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96 – Samantha Reilly is About to Run 100 Miles

Meet Samantha Reilly one of the most energetic, excited, positive women on the planet. On June 23, 2018, she will attempt her first 100-mile run at the legendary Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run. The kicker? She’s only 26 years old and this isn’t her first rodeo. Sam ran her first 100-miler at age 22. She’s […]

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94 – Rose Wetzel Embraces the Starting Line

Rose Wetzel is a runner, Spartan athlete & American Ninja Warrior participant. She ran at Georgetown, then pursued elite running post college until she got into Spartan racing and became one of the best Spartan athletes in the world. A couple years ago she started appearing on the American Ninja Warrior show. And then in […]

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93 – Susie Rinehart Chooses Brave Over Perfect

  If you’ve been listening to the podcast, you may have heard Episode 92 which was my ode to motherhood. This means you’ve already experienced a glimpse into the mind of today’s guest, Susie Rinehart, because I stole one of her quotes as my title, “We are right where we need to be.”   Today’s […]

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87 – Kara Goucher Redefines Herself

  I first met Kara Goucher a few years ago on the RallySport pool deck standing around in bikinis while our kids were swimming. Kara had just moved to Boulder and was back in the groove of professional racing after having a baby a few years prior. She is a highly decorated distance runner, and has […]

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Running Through the Decades of our Lives

We find running – or running finds us – at different times in our lives for different reasons. One day we simply realize it’s time to start moving one foot in front of the other at a pace faster than walking. The first run is often rough. Some may even say it feels like their […]

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I Run For Food. Sanity. Body Love.

I don’t remember my very first running race. I have a photo of myself as a little girl, maybe 7, wearing homemade terrycloth running shorts, a tucked-in tee shirt and knee high socks. I was holding a medal around my neck for placing in the 440 yard run in the junior jaycees track meet. I […]

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Samalee A. – MOVE

She was doing life from a position of complacency. Routines with little to no impact. Flipping the calendar month after month and year after year. Nothing to challenge her. Ugly, restless comfort. Then, life happened. Change was imminent. Change was necessary. Change was uncomfortable. Change required movement. Movement required a discomfort. Moving her mouth beyond her […]