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  • Be bright and be a light. Who else loves wearing super loud and colorful running clothes?? #gogirlrunclub
  • Be bright and be a light. Who else loves wearing super loud and colorful running clothes?? #gogirlrunclub
  • 216 19 10:09 PM May 17, 2018
  • “When you know your why you can bear any how.” With those words Stefanie Flippin (@stefanieannflippin) sets the stage for how she, or anybody, achi...
  • “When you know your why you can bear any how.” With those words Stefanie Flippin (@stefanieannflippin) sets the stage for how she, or anybody, achieves remarkable running success. On September 15 she ran a 50 mile trail race through tough terrain. A week later she set ran a 1:30 half marathon in the wind and rain - a new PR. This amazing double header was after a year of nonstop racing. Not only that, she is also a foot and ankle surgeon. In this episode, we dive into those topics, how she went from a 3:50 to 3:25 marathon in one training cycle, and the differences between the ultra and road racing communities. • 🎧 Links to the episode are in my bio 🎧 • This episode is brought to you by @Run4Prs. If you want to reach your running potential you can learn more at www.run4prs.co and mention the Rambling Runner Podcast in the “how did you hear about us” section on the registration form. • Also check out @megatoncoffee, the coffee that is fueling me and the Rambling Runner Podcast. •
  • 602 42 10:30 AM Sep 27, 2018
  • If you’re anything like me, maybe you struggle or have struggled with calling yourself a “real” runner or perhaps have had a warped view of what th...
  • If you’re anything like me, maybe you struggle or have struggled with calling yourself a “real” runner or perhaps have had a warped view of what the ideal runner body should look like. After having a photo of me featured on @runnersworldmag this week, I saw some comments that dealt with “real” runners and “real” shapes. The discussion that ensued inspired me to record an episode about what makes someone a “real” runner and how placing labels on people can do more harm than good. Check out today’s episode of the Keeping Up with Kelsey podcast to learn more about my thoughts on this. Keeping Up with Kelsey can be found on iTunes, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Stitcher, and Overcast.
  • 880 50 7:59 PM May 7, 2018
  • "It is never too late to be what you might have been." - George Eliot.
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Jonathan Greenwald (@runthesix) is a 3:11 marathoner who qualified for th...
  • "It is never too late to be what you might have been." - George Eliot. . Jonathan Greenwald (@runthesix) is a 3:11 marathoner who qualified for the Boston Marathon in his forties. Those two facts alone are remarkable. Throw in the fact that he started running at age 40 and it becomes even more amazing. In this episode, Jonathan discusses why he started running late in life, the role of running groups in his rapid improvement, and his quest for Boston. Throughout the episode Jonathan showcases is trademark energy and enthusiasm. . 🎧 Links to the podcast are in my profile 🎧 .
  • 315 18 10:45 AM May 14, 2018

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  • If you’re not listening to @runbeerandbs podcast, the time to remedy that is now. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll scream with frustration when som...
  • If you’re not listening to @runbeerandbs podcast, the time to remedy that is now. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll scream with frustration when someone mispronounces “leviathan” or thinks that weather forecasts roll in to the next day. These guys are good company in your ears on a long run, recommend some tasty brews, and I’m pretty sure they are single handedly responsible for helping to sell out a race that benefits a camp for kids on the autism spectrum, because they wanted all their friends to hang out at the finish line. I was happily amused to hear my own little name mentioned on Ep. 40 because I saw Flores at the @chimarathon. For the record, that power walk was part of my race plan, I ran:walked the entire race, finished in 5:46, and it was great to see a familiar face at the end of the run. Go give these dudes a listen. #runbeerandbs #runchat #runningpodcast #listenup #wardamnpossum
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  • I've struggled with pacing during my runs. So after listening to a podcast interview recently of @shawna.dancer on the @notyouraveragerunner podcas...
  • I've struggled with pacing during my runs. So after listening to a podcast interview recently of @shawna.dancer on the @notyouraveragerunner podcast I started looking up metronome apps and decided on RunTempo. The volume control of such apps is challenging, especially if you listen to music or podcasts as I do during runs. Generally, when you want to raise the volume on whatever you're listening to, it also increases the sound level on the beat. I didn't like that. With RunTempo I was able to modify the volume some so the sound of the beats remained in the background but was still audible while listening to my podcasts. Setting a tempo has helped me to keep my pace more consistent - especially my medium-length runs (6.5 miles) - which has been good for me and something I hope will pay off in future races.
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  • “Rise and Run” has been at the core of my running life for nearly a decade. 4:30 a.m. has been my start time, which means I’m out of bed at 4:00, t...
  • “Rise and Run” has been at the core of my running life for nearly a decade. 4:30 a.m. has been my start time, which means I’m out of bed at 4:00, to ensure that I’m done before the rest of the crazy day begins. . Considering my inability to go to bed early and get the sleep I need, maybe my new mantra should be “Go to Bed to Get Ahead.” Hat tip to @paceofme who makes these awesome mugs. . I’ve gone to bed before 9:30 pm four nights in a row and I’m completely rejuvenated. I know it’s not rocket science. Just another habit to form. . Run today: 6 mi, 9:15/mi, 401’ of elevation gain. .
  • 447 48 yesterday
  • Setting achievable goals helps runners progress. For Scott that meant running 6 miles to his friends house, even during those cold Chicago winters....
  • Setting achievable goals helps runners progress. For Scott that meant running 6 miles to his friends house, even during those cold Chicago winters. That routine allowed him to feel connected to his running and gave him a sense of empowerment. Download the latest episode of Le Run Down, link in bio. #lerundown #wrgruns
  • 62 3 2 days ago
  • From heavy smoker to ultra runner, listen to how Scott exchanged a bad addiction for a good one. He's a positive guy and his passion is strong. For...
  • From heavy smoker to ultra runner, listen to how Scott exchanged a bad addiction for a good one. He's a positive guy and his passion is strong. For him running is more than exercise, it's a way of life. Download the latest episode of Le Run Down, link in bio. #lerundown #wrgruns ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
  • 54 3 2 days ago
  • Brian Reynolds (@brianreynoldsrunner) is the marathon world record holder for bilateral below knee amputees and owns a personal record of 3:03:22. ...
  • Brian Reynolds (@brianreynoldsrunner) is the marathon world record holder for bilateral below knee amputees and owns a personal record of 3:03:22. Despite those remarkable achievements already, Brian is not resting on his laurels. He is driven to break the three hour marathon barrier and was on the cusp of doing just that at the 2018 Chicago Marathon before disaster struck at mile 22. Learn all about that experience and what drives this incredible athlete in this episode of the podcast. • 🎧 Links to the episode are in my bio 🎧 • This episode is brought to you by @run4prs coaching. If you want to reach your running potential you can learn more at www.run4prs.co and mention the Rambling Runner Podcast in the “how did you hear about us” section on the registration form. • A big thank you to @megatoncoffee for making great tasting coffee with twice the caffeine and fueling the Rambling Runner Podcast. Learn more at www.megatoncoffee.com. •
  • 314 47 2 days ago
  • So you slept in, and now have to run 5 miles in the time it takes to run 2. How are you going to do it? 🤔
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SPOILER: you aren't, but the running ...
  • So you slept in, and now have to run 5 miles in the time it takes to run 2. How are you going to do it? 🤔 // SPOILER: you aren't, but the running hacks in the latest episode of #RunnersWhoWine will help you make your run as good as can be 🙌🏼 // Grab a glass of vino and tune in! 🍷🏃🏻‍♀️🎙 [🔗 in profile]
  • 34 1 3 days ago
  • Free coaching - really. I've got 127 episodes of the Mojo for Running Podcast available on all major podcast apps, including Spotify, iTunes, Stitc...
  • Free coaching - really. I've got 127 episodes of the Mojo for Running Podcast available on all major podcast apps, including Spotify, iTunes, Stitcher, and many more. Topics include overtraining syndrome, crosstraining, race strategy, first marathons, shoe selection, shin splints, breathing issues, spinning for runners, cadence, training fundamentals, motivation, how to train for multi day events, how to get the family on board, hydration, and much more. Listen on your phone while you run. I share the same information I cover with my 'in-person' coaching clients and much more. For beginners, I have a second podcast, Beginner Runner Village, which includes a 10-day quick start plan. Every runner of every level will perform better with a coach. #mojoforrunningpodcast
  • 34 5 3 days ago
  • Hello running, it’s me, Matt. Are we cool now?
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I stopped posting about my running last week after my performances turned into one large dumpster ...
  • Hello running, it’s me, Matt. Are we cool now? • I stopped posting about my running last week after my performances turned into one large dumpster fire. By the end of the week I couldn’t go two miles without significant walking breaks. A far cry from my scheduled 50 mile week. After my less than stellar Saturday morning run (7 miles scheduled but only completed 3.6 miles including one mile of walking) I shut it down for three days and focused on rest. • Despite my best efforts to prove otherwise, my body can’t train effectively for weeks on end with 5:30-6:00 hours of sleep per night. With that in mind, I’ve altered my podcast recording schedule to accommodate my sleeping needs. I’ll be keeping my late-night recording sessions to a minimum and prioritizing rest, instead of the other way around. • Shoe update: @topoathletic Fli-Lyte 2.
  • 674 45 3 days ago
  • @dickclucas is a local legend and college teammate of mine. He is one of the most epic guys you will ever meet, and I mean that in a bad way 🤣 the...
  • @dickclucas is a local legend and college teammate of mine. He is one of the most epic guys you will ever meet, and I mean that in a bad way 🤣 there is never a dull moment, and I had quite a fun time on his podcast No Gradient. We talked about running, my start in ultra marathons, and my cousin Colin who passed away from Neuroblastoma when he was almost 2. Colin was the inspiration for my Pacific Crest Trail run in 2014, and is still dear in my heart. We are also raising money for CancerCare with this post, please see the link in bio and donate. @cancercarepics provides support services and assistance for families affected by cancer #pct #cancercare #neuroblastoma #nogradient #runforcolin #podcast #runningpodcast #donate #pediatriccancer
  • 192 6 4 days ago
  • “You’re done. You’re done with running.”
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When Hollie Hughes (@runrchic1) learned of her Addisons diagnosis she was confronted with these words. A...
  • “You’re done. You’re done with running.” • When Hollie Hughes (@runrchic1) learned of her Addisons diagnosis she was confronted with these words. A couple years later this incredibly strong, and strong-willed, person ran a 3:08 at the Wineglass Marathon. Not only that, she did so while pushing her son Jonah. • Jonah’s Journey began on September 2, 2010, when he was delivered prematurely at 29 weeks following a placental abruption. As a result, Jonah suffered a stroke and subsequent oxygen deprivation ultimately leading to multiple CNS malformations. Due to these malformations, Jonah has spastic quadriplegia cerebral palsy, medically refractory epilepsy, and cognitive visual impairment, CSWS/ESES. He also has a contagious positive attitude and an intense passion to run. This amazing episode is one of a kind and Hollie is one of the most incredible people to appear on the podcast. • 🎧 Links to the episode are in my bio 🎧 • This episode is brought to you by @megatoncoffee. Megaton makes great tasting coffee with twice the caffeine. It’s what fuels the Rambling Runner Podcast. •
  • 439 33 5 days ago
  • 📚 It’s Brilliant Book Sunday Shout Out 🙌🏼
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I decided that as I read almost exclusively books by women about adventure and activity I would give...
  • 📚 It’s Brilliant Book Sunday Shout Out 🙌🏼 . I decided that as I read almost exclusively books by women about adventure and activity I would give each of them a little shout out every week or 2. . First up this week: . In my podcast this week I interviewed @rachel_running_for_my_life who wrote this brilliant book “Running For My Life”. I read it because I wanted to hear more from someone who found mental health through running, and what I found was a book about our varying relationship with movement and activity and how we mould our self worth through our life experiences. . Rachel’s body dysmorphia developed through her teens after a reward/comfort/hate disordered eating pattern and started running basically because she disliked herself and what she looked like and needed to change. I believe that’s something many of us can relate to either through our teenagehood or later years. As mothers our relationship with our own bodies and feelings of self-worth can be complex - societal norm tells us we should look as if we haven’t had a baby 6 months after we’ve delivered, and there is so much expectation that we race back into intense exercise too early, for the wrong reasons and inappropriately for our needs. Rachel used (and abused) and benefitted from running in equal measure and, not to spoil the ending, she comes to some point of balance in the end. . I would recommend this book for anyone interested in running, and also someone not bothered about running but interested in exercise and sport (I’m not a runner). I would also recommend this book if you’re not a mover, scared of starting anything, don’t think you can do it and think that it’s not for you. . Rachel also chats further with me about issues around the book and what’s going on for her now in her podcast episode - Ep 12 - link in bio 👆🏼 . If you’ve read this, let me know what you think, and if you’re interested and want to know more comment below. . . #greatbook #bookrecommendation #runningbook #womenrunning #thismumruns #thisgirlcan #mumsrunning #runningpodcast #runningformentalhealth
  • 16 1 6 days ago
  • Love starting my weekend like this. 8 beautiful chatty miles along the beach 🏃🏻‍♀️, coffee at Starbucks☕️, then yoga 🧘‍♀️in the park. It fills m...
  • Love starting my weekend like this. 8 beautiful chatty miles along the beach 🏃🏻‍♀️, coffee at Starbucks☕️, then yoga 🧘‍♀️in the park. It fills my cup! 💗 Today was slightly cooler too!! Hopefully fall is on the way!! . How do you fill your cup? Happy Saturday tribe!! ☀️. . @jen___clark @mmaccarelli #realliferunner
  • 50 3 3:47 PM Oct 13, 2018
  • Hearing great people talk about how they reached an important stretch goal is one of the joys of this show. Janae Baron (@hungryrunnergirl) has spe...
  • Hearing great people talk about how they reached an important stretch goal is one of the joys of this show. Janae Baron (@hungryrunnergirl) has spent years dreaming, writing, and talking about running a sub-3:00 marathon. Then, at the @st.george.marathon, she finally turned her dream into reality. Janae has one of the most popular running blogs in the country, www.hungryrunnergirl.com, and she has written countless words about the trials that can impede a runner’s progress. In this episode, we take a deep dive into her marathon triumph, her nine months of training after the birth of her daughter, her doubts about this marathon effort, and so much more. • 🎧 Links to this episode are in my bio 🎧 • This episode is brought to you by @run4prs. Working with a great coach is a key component to performing at your best. If you want to reach your running potential you can learn more at www.run4prs.co and mention the Rambling Runner Podcast in the “how did you hear about us” section on the registration form. • A big thank you to Megaton Coffee (@megatoncoffee) for making great tasting coffee with twice the caffeine and fueling the Rambling Runner Podcast. Learn more at www.megatoncoffee.com. •
  • 584 32 10:47 AM Oct 11, 2018
  • EPISODE #14 has landed and we are delving deeper into the old calf niggle. We have all been there. Training great one day, clutching at the calf th...
  • EPISODE #14 has landed and we are delving deeper into the old calf niggle. We have all been there. Training great one day, clutching at the calf the next. In this episode we talk to physiotherapist Kevin Lieberthal @physio_at_central_park about how to manage and rehabilitate calf injuries, including when to reconsider running an impending goal race. Lisa jogs through a cold and then nails her weekend marathon pace tempo run while building a consistent block of mileage. Meawhile, Brian gets back into full training and tests his calf with some faster running. Link in bio to listen 🔝 #calfinjury #calfniggles #runningpodcast #podcast #marathontraining #runningtips 📷 - courtesy of Pinterest.
  • 19 0 10:12 AM Oct 11, 2018
  • We’re soooo used to the all or nothing mindset. Cool. And it works, UNTIL we get to the “nothing” part of that equation. Then we’re literally left ...
  • We’re soooo used to the all or nothing mindset. Cool. And it works, UNTIL we get to the “nothing” part of that equation. Then we’re literally left with NOTHING. But this whole other practice of flexibility and compassion for ourselves when life is imperfect. . . Dang it. What’s that like? . . @jenlaughsandlifts was in the corporate world traveling a sh*t ton for work, not feeling so good, and realized she needed to figure out how to take care of herself while on the road or in an airport or at a hotel. Imperfect life circumstances, right? . In today’s episode, we chat about how she she helps her clients: -treat their bodies with respect even when life is imperfect -find creative ways to move their bodies while on the road -become more forgiving of themselves. How has hating our bodies/ourselves ever helped??? . . Link in bio!
  • 26 5 2:39 PM Oct 9, 2018
  • This quote got a lot of traction last week so I’m bringing it back. You don’t need to run a 21:00 5k before you 20:00. You don’t need to be a forme...
  • This quote got a lot of traction last week so I’m bringing it back. You don’t need to run a 21:00 5k before you 20:00. You don’t need to be a former college athlete to qualify for the Olympics Trials. You don’t need to be in your “prime” to set PR’s. All you need to do is make the most out of everyday a lot of days in a row. It’s that simple and that hard. #crushit
  • 694 45 12:44 PM Oct 9, 2018
  • 🔊 NEW PODCAST EPISODE OUT NOW 🎧 ⠀
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Listen up my lovelies because today is the turn of the superbly brilliant Rachel Cul...
  • 🔊 NEW PODCAST EPISODE OUT NOW 🎧 ⠀ .⠀ Series 2: Episode 2⠀ .⠀ Listen up my lovelies because today is the turn of the superbly brilliant Rachel Cullen @rachel_running_for_my_life who is the author of “Running for My Life: How I Built A New Me One Step At A Time” ⠀ .⠀ Rachel has had a rocky relationship with running through her life after some challenging times growing up which led to body dysmorphia and disordered eating patterns. She decided running would solve it all and so started a hate/love/ up/down life of running through her life at uni, as a lawyer, a marriage, divorce, new relationship, becoming a personal trainer, having a baby and splitting with the father of her daughter. In the episode we talk about the highs and lows of social media, labelling of kids and their expectations, visibility and self worth through image as well as the trials and tribulations Rachel has faced along the way. ⠀ .⠀ I know many people will get a great amount from the episode and please do check the links in show notes and come back here to discuss, ask questions or let us know you’ve listened. ⠀ .⠀ I’m really looking forward to hearing your views so you can also rate and review the podcast (um 5 stars would be the right number I reckon!) and let me know what you think. ⠀ .⠀ Apologies for the Skype glitches at the beginning, hopefully you don’t miss too much and it’s sorted fairly quickly. ⠀ .⠀ #podcast #motherhood #fitmum #thismumcan #thisgirlcan #bodydysmorphia #runningpodcast #running #thismumruns
  • 27 1 6:03 AM Oct 9, 2018
  • Another spectacular Clearwater Bridge Run is in the books. 
We have a Run Tampa group run on these bridges once a month. 
Running bridges adds much...
  • Another spectacular Clearwater Bridge Run is in the books. We have a Run Tampa group run on these bridges once a month. Running bridges adds much needed hill training for us Florida flatlanders. Check out my two Mojo for Running podcast episodes on how to run hills. Episodes 77 and 78. Access my podcasts on Spotify and all other podcast apps. #mojoforrunning
  • 48 2 1:17 PM Oct 8, 2018
  • Any podcast fans here? 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️
Finding a podcast you love can make a long run fly by. Our resident marathon pro, @running_realtorrva lets u...
  • Any podcast fans here? 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️ Finding a podcast you love can make a long run fly by. Our resident marathon pro, @running_realtorrva lets us in on her favorite podcasts for running. From true crime to functional knowledge, get ready for some serious listening! 🎧 Link in profile!
  • 172 1 1:41 PM Oct 7, 2018
  • A year ago today, I lost my Chicago marathon bib.
🙈 About 60 mins after getting my bib, I left the whole bag in my Uber. 🤦🏻‍♀️
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When I realized...
  • A year ago today, I lost my Chicago marathon bib. 🙈 About 60 mins after getting my bib, I left the whole bag in my Uber. 🤦🏻‍♀️ . When I realized what I had done, I made a conscious effort to . NOT cry, . NOT freak out, . NOT scream obscenities, . NOT yell at myself for being so stupid. . Like shit happens. We've all left something in a cab before or done something dumb and mindless. It happens. . And freaking the F out and beating ourselves up does nothing but stress us out and stress out the people around us. . My amazing friend Meghan helped me take control of the situation, remain calm, and trust that everything would be okay. . I was a kind passenger to my Uber driver. Conversational. I told him I would share my winnings from the marathon with him. . And when you put energy out into the universe, you receive it back. . So if it's positive, that's what you get. If you're a negative Nancy, that's what you get. . I kept telling myself over and over everything was fine and something would work out one way or another, whatever that might be. . And I forced myself to not lose more time of life worrying about something I couldn't control, besides trying to call and alert Uber, there was literally nothing else I could do to change the situation. Worrying doesn't do anything for anyone but steal time that we could have spent doing something else. So I spent my afternoon focusing on my friend and soaking up the time I could spend with her because I never get to see her and stressing would taint our time together. . A whole hour passed with no word from my driver. . And then... I got ahold of my driver, my magical angel Uber driver, and a few hours later, I was reunited with my bag, . I got to meet his adorable daughter, I told her he was a hero and saved the day! He offered to get me a cup of coffee to help me calm down, and he drove me to meet my parents. . No hassle. So much giving on his part. So much kindness on his part. Soooo thankful for amazing people in this world and the opportunity to connect with a helpful stranger. . I guess I've learned the perfect life I've always wanted doesn't exist, bad things do happen but it’s about how you respond. ❤️
  • 19 2 10:35 PM Oct 6, 2018
  • Sometimes life turns your schedule upside down and you just have to go with it. For me that meant doing two runs in an eight hour span - which is h...
  • Sometimes life turns your schedule upside down and you just have to go with it. For me that meant doing two runs in an eight hour span - which is highly unusual for me. Last night’s run was a dream. I flew over hills while holding back to stay in my “easy” zone. This morning was a bit tougher but still enjoyable. . One thing that happened today, and pops up from time to time, is my need for a quick mid-run reset. The first four miles of my morning run were a grind. I didn’t drink enough water last night and my body felt off. I tried to work through it I needed more. At the turnaround I paused my watch and did a one minute slow walk. That’s all I needed. Just one minute. This reset my mind and body. I ran the second four miles about 20 seconds per mile faster and with much greater ease. . Good luck to all the racers this weekend! Stay strong because you are strong. Be tough because you are tough. Smile because, no matter what, we do this for the love of it. .
  • 651 17 10:33 AM Oct 6, 2018
  • I’m so excited to share I was asked to be a guest on the @rambling_runner podcast! The link is live now in my bio ⬆️ This is one of my favorite pod...
  • I’m so excited to share I was asked to be a guest on the @rambling_runner podcast! The link is live now in my bio ⬆️ This is one of my favorite podcasts and I know you’ll be a fan too when you listen. Matt is a great interviewer and very knowledgeable with running. We had a lot of fun discussing races, marathon PRs (and how I took my full time from a 4:35 to a 3:23 Boston Qualifying time and my half time from a 2:14 to a 1:30 New York City Marathon Qualifying time), Ironmans, the new Boston Qualifying Times, the power of positive friends when training and more. We discuss my good friends @ahappypace @runningwithstrength @runtritam And @ironmel140.6 and how training friends can have a big impact on races and goals. ❤️ Podcasts are so fun and I love getting to know other insta friends this way. I hope you enjoy it! #RamblingRunner #ramblingrunnerpodcast #podcast #podcastinterview #runningpodcast
  • 607 33 2:22 PM Oct 5, 2018
  • (UPDATED Podcast with no static) In this episode, Heather Jenson (@triandrungirl) dives into how she worked her butt off to go from a 4:35 marathon...
  • (UPDATED Podcast with no static) In this episode, Heather Jenson (@triandrungirl) dives into how she worked her butt off to go from a 4:35 marathoner to a six time Ironman finisher and 17 time marathoner. There were plenty of hurdles along the way, including a near miss for the Boston Marathon that left her heartbroken days before the St. George Marathon. How did she respond? With the race of her life. We also talk about her appearance on Quest for Kona 2017, forming a tight-knit training/racing group (Including @ahappypace, @runtritam, @runningwithstrength, @ironmel140.6), and setting huge goals. • 🎧 Links to the show are in my bio 🎧 • This episode is brought to you by @run4prs. If you want to reach your running potential you can learn more at www.run4prs.co and mention the Rambling Runner Podcast in the “how did you hear about us” section on the registration form. • A big thank you to Megaton Coffee (@megatoncoffee) for making great tasting coffee with twice the caffeine and fueling the Rambling Runner Podcast. Learn more at www.megatoncoffee.com. • (Thank you @amandaghent for letting me know about the static in the first release.)
  • 360 15 12:00 PM Oct 5, 2018
  • Episode #13 released today. 
In this episode we find Brian and Lisa struggling with an injury scare and cold respectively prompting some reflection...
  • Episode #13 released today. In this episode we find Brian and Lisa struggling with an injury scare and cold respectively prompting some reflection and philisophical ponderings. Lisa punches out another 80km/50mile week, but finds the challenge of her monster 25km marathon pace tempo in hot weather and wind too much to overcome. Brian's calf tightens up out of the blue, prompting a few days off running, some soul searching, and the problem of redefining the final two weeks of his taper. We round out the discussion talking about our strategies to manage calf niggles. To listen the link is in our bio 🔝 #podcast #marathontraining #podcasters #running #runningpodcast #runningtechniquetips #calfniggle
  • 35 0 8:47 AM Oct 5, 2018
  • “I can... I can... I can.” I was putting this mantra to good use in the later stages of this monster workout. @mckirdytrained warned me that this w...
  • “I can... I can... I can.” I was putting this mantra to good use in the later stages of this monster workout. @mckirdytrained warned me that this was going to be “HARD” and he was exactly right. He also told me that I can do it. I firmly implanted that vote of confidence into my brain knowing that I’d be returning to it again and again. Here are the details on the two ladders plus an extra mile: • 2 Ladders: Mile - 6:18, 6:19, (2:30 rest) 800m - 3:10, 3:11 (1:30 rest) 400m - 1:27, 1:28. (3:00 rest). • Finished off with another 6:18 mile. • Obviously the last mile was the toughest part of the workout. It required everything I had, physically and mentally, to stay on pace. The best thing I did was the little pep talk I gave myself right before. I realized I was just as tired as I was after my first time through the ladder. It went, “So, if I was able to keep working before then there is nothing stopping me now. In fact, that means not only can I do another mile, I could do another entire ladder.” This got me in the right head space and thankfully it worked out well. • Shout-out to @mercurymile for the @nike running shorts. In fact, I just ordered a new box yesterday for the fall. If you want one, save $10 by using “ramblingrunner10” at checkout. •
  • 576 57 11:36 AM Oct 4, 2018