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161: Mindset and the Holidays

Disclaimer: We discuss psychology and depression in this episode, so please do not use the information presented on this episode for medical treatment or to treat others. The holidays can be full of joy, connection, and peace—sometimes with a side dish of stress. Serena Marie, RD, and I discuss our top recommendations for how to…

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160: Positive Psychology and Running

Disclaimer: We discuss psychology and depression in this episode, so please do not use the information presented on this episode for medical treatment or to treat others. OK, now onto the “fun stuff”. What does positive psychology mean, and how is it different from “normal” psychology? How do you apply positive psychology to your running…

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159: When Is It Too Much?

Have you ever wondered if you’re bordering on the fine line between running often and running too much? Do you feel as though you might be running away (most likely) from something? That’s what’s discussed on today’s episode with nine-time Ironman, Jt Clough. She shares her over-training journey. Jt and I have a very raw…

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158: Navy SEAL Training, Running, and the MCM with Jeff Webb

Former Navy SEAL Jeff Webb explains what happens at SEAL training and why he loves the Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) so much during a recent walk with me through Washington, DC. We discuss the brotherhood that the SEALs have and specifically how he convinced his swim buddy, Scott, to run the MCM twenty years after…

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157: Kathrine Switzer and The Boston Marathon

This interview was recorded on November 8 (Election Day), and you’ll hear how we thought it was going to be a historic day for the first woman ever to be elected president. We also discussed how setting goals is a step-by-step process. After the interview, I discussed how running is a way for people to…

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156: Marine Corps Marathon and 10K Recap

It’s a “Reunion Day Episode” at The Running Lifestyle Show, when Nick D’Agostino (an Achilles International runner) and Kim Stemple (from We Finish Together) share their experiences running the 41st Marine Corps Marathon (MCM). Nick was on Episode 72 when he shared how running has helped his battle with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). You may have…

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155: Running While Pushing a Wheelchair

This episode is about taking something tragic, surviving, being inspired by others, and adapting your life plans. Jamie Parks’s life changed in a heartbeat, when his fiancée Lynn was in a horrific accident. Lynn miraculously survived a traumatic brain injury, a lacerated liver, and broken bones. Through the years, Jamie has pushed Lynn in her…

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154: Strength Training for Runners with Vinnie Tortorich

Vinnie Tortorich, author of Fitness Confidential, and a fellow podcaster shares convincingly (even though I don’t want to), why runners should strength train. He gives examples of what happens to the body physically and cosmetically. We discuss how runners evolve and how he would train as a first-time marathoner. You’ll hear that he is a…

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153: Did Not Finish (DNF) and Did Not Start (DNS) with Ruth Carter

This week, we talk about a subject that we don’t often discuss on the podcast—DNFs—also known as Did Not Finish. No one wants a DNF, but we tend to look at things in terms of the long term and also follow through with the tagline of The Running Lifestyle Show—it’s about creating a way of…

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