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126 – Dina Griffin – Fuel is Not One Size Fits All

Dina Griffin, also known as “The Nutrition Mechanic,” is a Board Certified Sports Dietitian and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist based out of Boulder, Colorado. She consults with all levels and abilities of endurance athletes nationwide by fine-tuning daily nutrition strategies to optimize health & healthspan, and training and competition strategies for maximum athletic performance. Some of […]

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106 – Jill Angie is Not Your Average Runner

Meet the ultimate champion of women, Jill Angie, aka Not Your Average Runner. As implied she is absolutely NOT average in any way, shape or form. First, she’s a self-described fat runner who started running in her late 20s because she believed being thin was the secret to the universe and the path to happiness. […]

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102 – Maria Thomas and her life as a puddle

 I met Maria Thomas (of My Life as a Puddle) at the Truthteller Tour in Boulder earlier this year. We were both featured speakers sharing truths about ourselves that were not easy to share. It was an emotional night where the power of sharing painful truths was both liberating and an intense connector to […]

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86 – Ryan Boyle is Out Making Something of His Life

Ryan Boyle is a man who makes the choice every day to live a positive, optimistic life. At age nine, he was riding a big wheel at a friend’s birthday party, and he was hit by a truck and dragged down the street. He head injury was so traumatic that they actually had to remove […]

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84 – Diane Berberian the Most Positive Person on the Planet

Meet Diane Berberian. Legally blind. Stage 4 tongue, throat & neck cancer survivor. Adaptive athlete competing in endurance events. And oh, by the way, she’s 60. Diane is one of the most positive people you’ll ever meet. I thought I was positive. Diane blows me away. At the beginning of the interview I ask her, […]