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Mark Remy

144: Running on Fun and Laughter w/ Mark Remy

Looking for a running buddy who is going to make you laugh, give you great tips, and talk about the state of running? Then you’ve come to the right place! Mark Remy is hysterical as he shares why he wrote The Runner’s Rule Book: Everything a Runner Needs to Know—And Then Some, Runners of North…

Meaghan Nana-Sinkam (8_2016)

143: Speed Training & Zone 2 Training with Meaghan Nana-Sinkam

Come for a “run” with my dear friend Meaghan Nana-Sinkam (she’s been on five episodes and is an unofficial producer), and hear how a Special Challenge through the Sub-30 Facebook club changed her way of training. We discuss fuel, weight gain/maintenance/loss when it comes to running, what ultra runners may know that street runners don’t,…

david webner and des linden

142: Olympian Desiree Linden & Sports Medicine Doctor David Webner, MD

She’s here! Two-time Olympian, Desiree Linden, shares with us how she overcame an injury that resulted in aa Did Not Finish (DNF) in the 2012 London Marathon, to qualify for the Olympic team again! All I have to say is MINDSET, MINDSET, MINDSET. This interview will give you chills and the inspiration to go after…

Chris Ramsey

141: How to Make Running a Lifestyle with High School Running Coach Chris Ramsey

It’s a small world after all. Chris Ramsey, my grade school teacher and grade school running coach, has coached fourteen state championship teams for girls high school cross country and track and field. On top of that, he has four kids, eight grandchildren, and his daughter, Serena Ramsey Burla, finished eighth at the US Olympics…

Second TRLS Birthday

140: Second Birthday Party for TRLS

Celebrate good times, come on! It’s a celebration! As Kool and the Gang sings. We’re celebrating the second birthday  of The Running Lifestyle Show. Come join me and our go-to, real-food dietitian, Serena Marie, RD, when we answer listeners’ questions and reminisce about our favorites memories from these last two years. It wouldn’t be a…

Dan McConnell

139: Runners’ Top Overuse Injuries & What You Can Do with PT & Ironman Dan McConnell

Dan McConnell, a physical therapist, and Ironman, evaluates Kari’s gait and discusses what causes new and distance runners’ injuries. Runner of the Week, Juan Sepúlveda, shares his running journey, being a performer at Disney World, his secret place to run at Disney World, and a tip you probably don’t know about how to avoid the…

Laura Novak2

138: Running on Purpose with Laura Novak

Today’s guest, Laura Novak, is here to share how she uses running to fuel her life as a business owner, mom, wife, and leader. Laura’s mindset, ambitions, and business acumen will show how competing with yourself really helps you live a purposeful life. You’ll hear “golden nuggets” such as “limiting yourself when competing with others,”…

Anna Vocino (7_7_2016)

137: Running for Health While Taking on Fear with Anna Vocino (and Vinnie Tortorich)

Kari reconnects with friends who are like a brother, a sister, and mentors all rolled into one. Anna Vocino shares how she has worked through fear, shame, and vulnerability as a voice-over professional, co-host of the Angriest Trainer podcast, comedian, and cookbook author. Vinnie Tortorich, “the other half of the Angriest Trainer podcast,” talks about…

Dan Nainan

136: It’s Never Too Late to Shift Gears with Comedian Dan Nainan

Kari offers running tips to well-known comedian, Dan Nainan, who’s looking to become a runner. They also talk about how Dan cheated death recently and about his upcoming running journey. Go-to-, real-food dietitian, Serena Marie, RD, answers a listener’s question about salt and electrolytes. Kari shares some breaking news regarding the City of Brotherly Love!