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145 – Tina Muir Gets Real

Tina Muir is many things. But that wasn’t always so. For a long time, she was a runner – a world-class, professional distance runner who sacrificed just about everything for performance. That is, until she decided that running was no longer enough and it was time to add a new adventure to her life. That […]

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144 – Being a Better Person with Sanjay Rawal

Sanjay Rawal is Transcendent. We use that word a lot in this episode because one of Sanjay’s life passions is to find more depth in all the things we do in life – beyond the actual acts of doing them. Take running for instance, there’s a race in new York called the Self Transcendence 3100 […]

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142 – No Regrets with Liz Delise

Liz Delise is tenacious. She’s a mom of 5 kids, one of whom has autism, a military wife, a chronic illness warrior, a runner and one of the most inspirational, positive energy people you’ll ever come across. She’s also a Skirt ambassador and a Patron of this podcast. When I launched my Patreon account a […]

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Emily Cooley – The Accidental Athlete

I’m an accidental athlete. As a kid, I wasn’t interested in sports, let alone running. I was more interested in drama and choir. It wasn’t until college when I joined the rowing team (much to my family’s surprise), that I developed a love for pushing my body. After college, marriage and kids, I put my […]

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My New Starting Line: TransRockies Run

Last year I went through one of the most emotionally disruptive events of my life – divorce after 18 years of marriage. At my lowest point I couldn’t eat. I couldn’t walk through the grocery store without bursting into tears. And the glass of wine I looked forward to each evening began to push me […]

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138 – Kara Goucher’s New Frontier

Kara Goucher is pretty much famous. And more than the “famous in our own circles” kind of famous. She’s running royalty; she’s been in the spotlight of a large and passion-driven sport for over a decade. But what happens when you are no longer running for first place? When your body tells you it’s time […]

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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 […]