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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…


152: Adrenal Fatigue with Jacob Teitelbaum, MD

The endurance sports industry is buzzing about adrenal fatigue. That’s why Dr. Teitelbaum, a board certified internist, is here to discuss what it is, how you know you have it, and why it’s complicated to diagnose it. Disclaimer: Use this information for informational purposes only, and always consult your physician. Dr. Teitelbaum shares the top…


151: Focus on Where You Want to Go, with Tom Bilyeu (2 of 2)

Did you hear Part 1 of my interview with Tom Bilyeu? If not, you’ll want to run back and listen to it. You’ll hear an amazing introduction from some of Tom’s fans (he has by FAR one of the best podcasts/Youtube channels), how having a growth mindset has helped him achieve things such as being…


150: Focus on Where You Want to Go, with Tom Bilyeu (1 of 2)

Have you ever stumbled upon a podcast, website, or YouTube channel, and you thought, “Where have you been all of my life?”  If so, you can relate to the feeling I had when I found the YouTube channel and podcast called Inside Quest. The host of Inside Quest, Tom Bilyeu, shares his story of how…


149: Gretchen Rubin and Your Habits [Part 2/2]

We continue with part two of the conversation with Gretchen Rubin. Gretchen and I dive into how our habits impact our lives without even realizing it sometimes. We talk a lot about really getting clear on what works for you and what doesn’t. Gretchen even reveals a habit that she keeps reading and hearing about…


148: Gretchen Ruben and Your Tendency [Part 1/2]

She’s here! Best-selling author, Gretchen Rubin, discusses how knowing your tendency helps you not only understand yourself, but also those around you. We have a fun conversation around how Gretchen was inspired to create the Tendency Quiz and the four types of tendencies. Our two-part conversation took place at the July Podcast Movement in Chicago.…


147: How to Use a Daily Practice to Take on New Challenges

The best way to do something is to just do it, right? This sounds so easy, but sometimes, or perhaps a lot of the time, that just isn’t the case. Artist Ori Bengal is here to talk about how he uses the mindset of comparing himself, and an inner belief that he can get better,…


146: Running on Puns with Storyteller Robin Gelfenbien

Are you ready to laugh and perhaps cry at the same time? Then you’re in luck. I met Robin Gelfenbien at a Shankminds Mastermind and knew that she had to come on the podcast, because she is that funny—and punny for that matter. Robin talks about how being bullied really fueled her drive to become…

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145: Why You Need Yoga for Running with Erin Taylor, RYT

Yah, yah, we know we need yoga, but we want to run and get that endorphin high. This is so true, but sometimes if we don’t slow down and honor our parasympathetic nervous systems, it can make our running plans come to a screeching halt (been there and presently overcoming that)!  And it’s not about…