Creating A Way Of Life For The Long Run

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Rebecca Clarke

130: Running After Babies

Kari interviews friend, Featured Guest, and Runner of the Week, Rebecca Clark, with whom she ran the 2012 Marine Corps Marathon (first marathons for each). Kari and Rebecca share how they trained for this marathon amidst full-time jobs, family life, and friendship. Go-to, real-food dietitian, Serena Marie, RD, shares her tip on what to do…

Laura Vanderkam

129: Using Your Time, Energy, & Resources Wisely with Author Laura Vanderkam

Author Laura Vanderkam explains how people truly do have more time than we think for what matters most to us if we make wise time management decisions. Go-to, real-food, dietitian Serena Marie, RD, offers her favorite and smartest food picks when dining out.

Elena Frid

128: Need-to-Know Lyme Info with Neurologist Dr. Elena Frid

Neurologist Elena Frid, MD, discusses the latest Lyme disease findings, Lyme misinformation, how to protect yourself against Lyme disease, and how to treat ongoing Lyme symptoms. Serena Marie, RD, explains how to become a fat-adapted runner and how to transition away from fueling with carbohydrates. Featured Guest: Elena Frid, MD Pleate note: Always consult your…

Ernie Ward

127: How to Run With and Away From Dogs with Veterinarian Ernie Ward

Veterinarian and author Dr. Ernie Ward, DVM, CVFT, talks about why all dog breeds may make good running partners, the proper way to run away from a dog if you think he or she is about to attack, the importance of vaccinations, and Lyme disease. Serena Marie, RD, shares some of her favorite unique vegan/vegetarian…

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126: Respecting Your Body Type and Mechanics: Running for the Long Haul

Author Margaret Webb (of Older, Faster, Stronger: What Women Runners Can Teach Us All About Living Younger, Longer) returns to talk about race etiquette, body image, and ways to live a healthier, longer running lifestyle. Serena Marie, RD, and Kari fill the Gratitude Jar this week and also talk about what stress and cortisol levels…

Ashley Reaver

125: Take Control of Your Lab Results: Why Marker Analytics Is Important

Ashley Reaver, RD, from Inside Tracker, talks about how endurance athletes monitor their biochemical and physical markers and how you can too. Go-to, real-food dietitian Serena Marie, RD, talks about blood sugar and a new product that can help monitor your blood sugar levels. She also discusses pre-prediabetes. Runner of the Week, Marla Lenox, talks…

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124: Running and Art: Turn Your Dreams into Plans

Artist Ann Rea, talks about her experiences with anxiety/depression and how running and art are therapeutic. Go-to, real-food dietitian, Serena Marie, RD, and Kari discuss the scale—how to interpret the scale’s reading, why to take body measurements to track your progress, and how to view and approach the scale healthfully. Kari also shares some of…

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122: The River Runners: Twelve Inspiring Runners’ Stories

Listen to a recorded Periscope broadcast with Kari and Jeff Paladina, who also comes on the show to share his running journey and why he created the running meet up in Mechanicsburg (a suburb of Harrisburg, PA) with the River Runners group. Several runners from the Fleet Feet store in Mechanicsburg are also featured, and…

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123: Seven Ways to Take Control of Your Health

Dr. John Ratey, expert on the correlation between brain activity and how it’s important for us to move our bodies, discusses seven ways to take control of your life, along with the link between depression and sugar, being responsible for our own well-being, and the benefits of exercise. Serena Marie, RD, talks about foods that…