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Sid Efromovich (11_16_2017)

196: Running with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Sid Efromovich, who has a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP), discusses his Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and his unbelievable journey in becoming a runner. We discussed the following: His extreme luck in being diagnosed with CRPS when he did His mindset during this journey of living with CRPS Why he started running A…

S. Marshall, Les Paterson 2 (11_02_2017)

195: What to Do after the Big Race

Simon Marshall, PhD, and World Champion, Lesley Paterson, were so much fun that I couldn’t stop talking with them. Literally! If you haven’t listened to the previous episode, then you may want to go back and give it a listen before you dive into this episode. We discussed the following: Their audiobook coming out in…

S. Marshall, Les Paterson (10_19_2017)

194: How to Cultivate a Racer’s Mindset

If you don’t want to hear jokes, laughter, or a bit of “language”, then this isn’t the episode for you (or perhaps an episode for little ears either). I had a blast—and I mean a blast—chatting with husband-wife coaching team of performance psychology expert, Simon Marshall and three-time world triathlon champion, Leslie Paterson. We discuss the following:…

Serena Marie, Gut Health, Pos. Psych, Fitness (10_5_2017)

193: Gut Health, Positive Psychology, and Fitness Routines

Serena Marie, RD, and I decided it would be fun to catch up on air, so we did! You’ll hear why Serena is obsessed with kombucha, why I had been avoiding it (but have given it a second thought), positive psychology, running, and more. We talk about the following: What skobe is Why kombucha is…

Kimberley Quinlan (9_21_2017)

192: OCD and Orthorexia with Psychotherapist Dr. Kimberley Quinlan

A Running Lifestyle Show friend suggested the topic of OCD and orthorexia, and I’m so glad that he did so. Somehow in over 190 episodes, I have never discussed OCD and orthorexia with a psychotherapist.Thank you to Tom for requesting that Dr. Kimberley Quinlan—a marriage and family psychotherapist—come on the podcast. Please note that this…

Joshua Spodek (9_07_2017)

191: The Joy of Running and Burpees

Josh Spodek is a leadership coach, teacher, marathoner, and burpee enthusiast. He comes on the show to discuss the following: How he surprisingly PRed at the Philadelphia Marathon Why he started running in the first place What was hard about training for the NYC Marathon in Chicago Why he started doing burpees and what he…

Sara Gillespie (6_24_2017)

190: How To Rev Up Your Metabolism

One of my favorite Balanced Athlete coaches ever is none other than Balanced Athlete co-founder Sara Gillespie. This is one of those episodes where you may want to stop running (assuming you’re running while listening to this) and do some of the exercises that Sara discusses with us (she’s cuing me, which was fun). Sara…

Elizabeth Whitteberry (6_10_2017)

189: Running Your Dream Race

Dear friend of The Running Lifestyle Show, Liz Whitteberry, is here to discuss how she took on her dream race, the Badwater Salton Sea 81-miler, and what she contributes to her success. We specifically discuss the following: How she shared the love of running by helping team members of The Running Lifestyle Show run the…

Teresa Goetz (7_27_2017)

188: Acupuncture for Runners

Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, acupuncturist, and life coach, Dr. Teri Goetz, is back to update us on how an elimination diet helped calm down the side effects of Sjögren’s syndrome and Lyme disease, how acupuncture can help runners, and how your thoughts effect your body. We specifically discuss the following: Her journey with…