Thank you for joining us for Episode 100!
Hopefully by this point you know that this podcast is a product of RunnersConnect.
We give you blog posts with the information you really need to succeed, and our primary goal is coaching in a community setting. This week I’m joined by CEO and founder of RunnersConnect, Jeff Gaudette.
We kick off today’s episode by discussing Jeff’s life story. His struggles as an Elite runner will give you a totally new perspective on RunnersConnect.
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Does anyone remember what happened at the end of the Boston Marathon last year? Not the winners of the race, but I think most runners in America will know what I’m talking about.
Do you know what Meb Keflezighi did as he crossed the finish line? He held a surprised Elite runners hand as they ran across. That wonderful woman’s name is Hilary Dionne, and she is our special guest today!
Not only did she become an overnight celebrity, but she has an inspiring story herself. So if you feel like you don’t have the time to get your training in, just listen to this; it may totally change your perspective.
She started out by sharing what happened at the finish line and how it made her feel. Boston 2015 was two years after [...]
Running is risky, and injuries are common.
I don’t know about you, but I immediately go into a mad panic trying to figure out what I’ve done wrong. We usually jump to the conclusion that we must have done something in the last few days to cause it.
Did you ever consider that the other 23 hours of your day that you’re not running may actually be what’s affecting you? My guest today might just change your point of view about the whole thing!
Kristin Marvin is a performance recovery specialist. She has always been interested in all forms of bodywork (mental, emotional and physical), injury prevention, maintenance, mobility and strength [...]
Today we’re talking to the founders of Black Girls RUN!,Toni Carey and Ashley Hicks-Rocha. You know how the running community seems alot more inclusive than it used to be? I think a big part of that is because ofthese ladies’ effort and what they’ve achieved through BGR.
Initially they met while pledging to the same sorority incollege. They weren’t runners at the time, but they became interested together,and they’ve inspired each other to keep going and built each other up eversince. They explain how they found other things they enjoyed and made themhappy through running, as well.
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Today, I’m sitting down with Trent Morrow. Also known as Marathon Man, Trent is the World record holder for the most marathons on seven continents in one year. He’s also the Australian World record holder for the most marathons in a year, and he’s actually run over 300 marathons.
But Trent has more to offer than just World records; you asked for more everyday runners, and he is exactly that. He started off by losing 70 pounds, having never been a runner before. His story will undoubtedly resonate with you as well, and he describes what he hopes to do in the future through inspiring others. His plans are sure to leave you with a huge smile.
Today he shared with us the moment when he realized something had to change in his life, and so much more.
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