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John Pitzel Learned Skills From Running That Carry Into All Areas Of Life


Today’s guest is no stranger to races, having run over 100 half marathons along with countless other races of various distances.

I had the pleasure of meeting him at one of his many races along with getting to know him via social media over the years.

It’s a pleasure to be able to go a few easy miles with John Pitzel today.

John Pitzel

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Karen Schlueter-Morland Blogs On Her Love Of Running, Food, And Life


My guest today has been running for the majority of her life and she has no plans of stopping anytime soon!

She recognizes the value of taking care of her body from the inside out and how it has helped keep her running strong and healthy for decades.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Karen Schlueter-Morland today!

Karen Schlueter-Morland

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Derek Boutang Ran the Majority of North America in a Few Short Years


My guest today has set a big goal to run a marathon in each of the Canadian provinces and territories along with every state here in the U.S.

Derek Boutang

Two years ago he completed his audacious goal and picked up a lot of travel tips and tricks along the way.

Derek Boutang and I will go a few easy miles as he shares the ups and downs of his running journey.

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Quick Tip: Miscellaneous Travel Tips for Your Next Destination Race


Today we are going to string together a few different quick travel tips into this one quick tip episode.

Indeed.

Tom Leddy and Carol Valls are the co-writers of the book The Ultimate Travel Guide for Runners, and they are back for one final quick tip episode to fill in some of the gaps that we glossed over during out chats in the last few weeks.

If you have a destination race on your horizon, you definitely want to check out their book full of travel tips and tricks that will help you save some money and improve your traveling/racing experience. Read more

QT: Avoiding Jet Lag when Traveling Across Time Zones for a Race


In many cases, if you’re heading for a race-cation you will find yourself traveling across time zones to get to your destination.

If you’re only going one-time zone, that may not be too big of a deal. But if you’re crossing several time zones jet lag may set in and your race may be impacted negatively.

Joining me on today’s quick tip episode are two folks that know a thing or two about traveling and adjusting to a new time zone, especially when races are involved.

Tom Leddy and Carol Valls are the co-writers of the book The Ultimate Travel Guide for Runners.

If you have a destination race on your horizon, you definitely want to check out their book full of tips and tricks that will help you save some money and improve your traveling/racing experience. Read more