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135 – Sherry Cormier Shares the Upside of Grief

Sherry Cormier is a psychologist who specializes in grief mentoring. She’s the author of Sweet Sorrow: Finding Enduring Wholeness after Loss and Grief. She wrote the book over the last decade after experiencing loss and learning how to become whole again. Today we talk about that period of her life and how going through the […]

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134 – Dimity McDowell is the Original Mother Runner

Dimity McDowell has been a friend of mine for over a decade. The first time I remember interacting with her was when she was writing for Runner’s World. She was prepping for a women’s marathon, and she let her readership choose her outfit. Our 2007 Marathon Dress was in the running and  won! So Dimity […]

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132 – Lisa Hallett Runs to Remember

Lisa Hallett is a purveyor of love, light and energy. She’s the co-founder of Wear Blue: Run to Remember a national nonprofit running community that honors the service and sacrifice of the American military. I believe that the most powerful movements are started organically by someone or a group of people who are in need […]

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Stories from the Back of the Pack – DFL ❤️

Q: “What if everyone passes me and I end up last?” – Commonly asked question among beginner runners… A: We asked our community to share their thoughts of what it means to be DFL (Dead Freaking Last) to them. Andrea S: Two quick ones (as someone who came in close to last in her first triathlon […]

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130 – Beatie Deutsch is Running on Faith

 Beatie Deutsch is a champion distance runner. Her story is truly amazing. After getting married at 19, and having 4 children, she realized she had lost the natural fitness of her youth and decided to set her sights on a marathon because it would be a big enough goal to keep her motivated. She […]

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Stretching: Is it really important?

“What sort of stretches or recovery do I need to be doing?” – Jessie O Answer from Coach Kareen Lawson Stretching is an important part of any fitness routine and it is usually the first thing we skip when we are pressed for time. It is better to shorten your run a bit to make […]

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129 – How Leadville 100 Champion Katie Arnold Found her Flow

Meet ultrarunning superstar (Winner of the 2018 Leadville 100), Outside magazine columnist, mom of two strong girls, and author of “Running Home” the incredible Katie Arnold. The universe works in crazy ways. I happened to tune into a recent Another Mother Runner podcast featuring this really interesting woman named Katie Arnold. I was listening to […]