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Jill Baron, MD

176: Jill Baron, MD on Integrative Functional Medicine and Living a Balanced Life

This is a conversation I’ve been wanting to have a for a long time. Jill Baron, MD, a board-certified Integrative Functional Medicine doctor, and I talk about a wide range of health problems that could affect runners. Side note: Always see your doctor regarding your own condition(s). Jill and I discuss the following in relation…

Emiliya Zhivotovskaya

175: The Science of the Good Life

Emiliya Zhivotovskaya, founder of The Flourishing Center (which offers a certificate in applied positive psychology), discusses the science behind positive psychology. Emiliya and I discuss the following topics: How research can be “me”-search How to add mindfulness to a meal Overcoming bulimia and loving her body The science of well-being How physical pain is different…

Fitness Overtaking Health (3_2017)

174: Is Your Fitness Overtaking Your Health?

This episode has been a long time coming. Serena Marie, RD, and I share how we determine when we’re getting “Karied” (pun intended) away with running too much. We share the definition of a u-shaped curve (or what I call a bell curve) to show when we know if our bodies are getting too much…

Susan Nowell (03_02_2017)

173: Injury Prevention and Running Intention with Physical Therapist Susan Nowell

Susan Nowell is an old-time TRLSer who was on Episode 2 (where she talked about the top three running injuries) and Episode 56 (where she coached new runner, Trey Beauchamp, on air). We get a chance to catch up and talk about why she left racing for awhile and how she now runs with intention.…

Rain Wang (02_23_2017)

171: Artificial Intelligence and Running

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around for years, and it not only impacts us as humans, but also impacts us specifically as runners. Rain Wang, last week’s Runner of the Week, takes a deeper dive into what AI, virtual reality, augmented reality, and 3-D printing are. We discuss what AI can and can not do,…

Lisah Hamilton

171: The Gift of Running and the Running Community

Oh how we love the gift of running and the running community! This episode is all about “girl power” and how the gift of running fuels confidence and forms friendships. My new friend, Lisah Hamilton from The Conscious Runner podcast, runs by and discusses the following: What a conscious runner is and how she (or…

Denny Krahe (02_09_2017)

170: Running Basics and Myths

You’re in for a treat today! Denny Krahe, athletic trainer, running coach, dad, husband, runner, and podcaster is here to dispel the top six running myths. If you’re new to running or even a seasoned running, Denny shares his academic knowledge, experiences coaching runners, and his own personal familiarity with helping runners keep on running.…

Jonathan Fields

169: Running an Intentional Life

Does it seem like the days are long and the years are short? Are there things that you want to accomplish, but it seems like you just don’t have time to do them? Then you’re going to like today’s guest. Side note: I get a little fan girl-ish, because Jonathan’s work is life-changing. Seriously! Jonathan…

Melissa Jones

168: An Experienced Traveler’s Tips and Running Gear Recs

Melissa Jones has been to all fifty states and forty countries and counting. She’s a designer, photographer, and runner. Melissa is here to share some of her travelling tips, which include how to blend in (and not look like a tourist!), how to stay safe (particularly for women), and what must-see areas to visit in…