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Sep 28, 2016

 

Have you run a Warrior Dash? 

The Warrior Dash is a part of this fantastic trend of obstacle races, a running race that combines all sorts of physical feats to spice up your run. They will show you that no matter what you look like or how fast you are, you CAN succeed and accomplish things you never thought you could.

These obstacles mean a diverse group of people can tackle one goal together at a fun, challenging event that gets you out of your comfort zone.

Sep 21, 2016

If you’ve ever given up on running once, or twice, or maybe twenty times, then this is the episode for you. Pete Magill is my guest today and we’re talking about why it’s so easy to quit running, and how it’s just as easy to start back up again. 

Pete is the author of the transformative book “The Born Again Runner”, and he breaks down key training techniques that will change the way you put together your runner’s body. 

For Pete, running became his anchor, and he’s developed a strong and smart training regimen steeped in personal experience and gr [...]

Sep 14, 2016

Not many runners are able to have their spouses as their coaches, but as you may know, my husband and I are an exception to that rule. 

Today we’re talking to Steve Picucci, who is the head cross-country and track and field coach at Moorehead State University in Kentucky. He also happens to be my husband, and he coaches me as well.

Steve has an innate ability to understand what each individual runner needs when it matters. This is part of what makes him such a great coach. Here are some of the topics we’ll discuss today:

Sep 7, 2016

Running has been in the spotlight a lot in the past few weeks, and not for a positive reason. Because there have been some recent physical attacks on runners, it’s important to understand how to stay safe while running. 

Do you know what to do if your life is in danger? 

This information is important for men and women alike.

Todd Williams, two-time Olympian and black-belt in Brazilian jiu jitsu, is the founder of RunSaf [...]

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