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Chris Short Is Continually Testing His Physical Limitations


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My guest today is back for round two after achieving running goals that few ever accomplish and he did it in the short span of 16 months.

Since our last chat, he finally got his elusive BQ, ran Boston, ran halfway across the state of Iowa, and capped it off with running the NYC Marathon.

Even for a guy that “runs all the miles,” that’s clearly a lot and I am looking forward to trying to keep up with Chris Short today!

Chris Short and His Wife

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Brodie Sharpe Is Sharing The Principles Of Running Smarter

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Today’s guest is making his third appearance on the show today!

In addition to being a runner, he’s also a physiotherapist, and podcaster, and recently has added the title of author to his resume.

I’m excited to catch up with Brodie Sharpe today and go a few easy miles with him.

Brodie Sharpe

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Matt Silver Is Helping Athletes Get Back To Doing What They Love

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Today’s guest is a physical therapist that works primarily with runners.

As a runner himself, he is passionate about helping others stay healthy so they can keep training and working towards their running goals.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Matt Silver today!

Matt Silver

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Montana Ross Hated To Get Dirty Until She Discovered OCRs

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My guest today is a lady that doesn’t mind getting a little dirty while she’s logging her miles.

She goes by the nickname Pretty Lil Mudder and as her name implies she loves a good obstacle course race.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Montana Ross.

Montana Ross

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Danielle O’Neil Chose Running Out Of Convenience And Never Quit


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My guest today is someone that I’ve interacted with a bit on Twitter over the last few years.

I’m not entirely sure where today’s chat is going to end up, but that’s all part of the fun!

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Danielle O’Neil today.

Danielle O’Neil

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