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#RunChat: A podcast built by runners for runners
37 minutes | Feb 28, 2021
Episode 12: Meet Author Nita Sweeney
About Nita, which includes links that were discussed in the podcast: Nita Sweeney is the award-winning wellness author of the running and mental health memoir, Depression Hates a Moving Target: How Running with My Dog Brought Me Back from the Brink and co-creator of the writing journal, You Should Be Writing: A Journal of Inspiration & Instruction to Keep Your Pen Moving. A long-time meditator, three-time marathoner, and former assistant to writing practice originator Natalie Goldberg, Nita founded the Facebook group Mind, Mood, and Movement to support mental well-being through meditation, exercise, and writing practice. She lives in central Ohio with her husband, Ed, and their yellow Labrador retriever, Scarlet. Download your free copy of Nita’s eBook Three Ways to Heal Your Mind.
28 minutes | Feb 14, 2021
Episode 11: Meet Erik Heine, a Team Hoyt leader
This episode we meet Erik Heine, who helps lead Team Hoyt in Oklahoma. Erik also has thousands of miles under his belt -- he regularly runs 2,000 miles a year! - Follow Erik on Twitter- Team Hoyt Oklahoma: Facebook | Website- The original duo, Dick and Rick Hoyt.We also talk to Erik about virtual events that have helped Team Hoyt continue during the pandemic since spring 2020.
21 minutes | Dec 21, 2020
Episode 10: Get to know Henry Howard
Henry Howard (@HenryHoward on Twitter) once was called “Molasses” after a grade-school track-and-field now. Now he’s completed numerous marathons and ultramarathons, and is coaching others to some awesome race-day experiences.He’s also the founder of RunSpirited.com, a website devoted to inspiring race stories, race previews and recaps, and gear reviews.Get to know Henry in our 10th episode of the #RunChat podcast!
24 minutes | Dec 5, 2020
Episode 9: Take a journey with Steena
#RunChat co-founder David talks with Steena about her running adventures, ranging from her first marathon to being injured to completing an Ironman. David and Steena have "known" each other for 10 years via social media, so you'll get to hear how chatting on Twitter can really lead to some life-long friendships.
21 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
Episode 8: Blue Ridge Marathon
In addition to talking about COVID's impact on racing, we talk about many of the things that make the Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon a bucket list race.
20 minutes | Oct 22, 2020
Episode 7: Get to know AfterShokz even more
AfterShokz has been a #RunChat sponsor since late 2018. Get to know them even more as we talk to Colin, one of the people behind those awesome tweets each chat! We talk about what's coming up to close out 2020, and how they have pivoted throughout the year. It's our first podcast with one of our longtime sponsors, so we hope you enjoy getting to know them beyond their tweets and profile pic!
31 minutes | Oct 4, 2020
Episode 6: Meet Running Coach Caleb Masland
Caleb Masland - founder of TWB Running - has been doing "virtual" things before "virtual" became one of the keywords of 2020. In this episode of the #RunChat podcast, hear first-hand what's in the mind of a running coach and how one may be able to help you push through mental and physical struggles. We also talk about an injury that Caleb has dealt with for years, as well as how things are so different this year with COVID. You also want to listen to the end to hear his answer about who he would love to go for a run with.
32 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
Episode 5: Meet Naomi, @Naythere on Twitter
Naomi Barnett - @Naythere on Twitter - was voted “Most Likely to Win a Triathlon” in high school and is now an age-group placing half marathoner, marathoner and triathlete who manages to find a way to balance the three while dealing with health issues.“I am also queer and observantly Jewish, and have had to navigate both of those identities in the running world,” Naomi told us in our questionnaire ahead of the conversation.Check out more #RunChat podcasts RIGHT HERE.
31 minutes | Jul 10, 2020
Episode 4: Meet Jackie, @jackieoadventur on Twitter
Whether it's in Japan or at a Rock 'n' Roll race in the U.S., Jackie loves running. She also has overcome health issues after having children to continue her journey. We also talk about a recent run-in with a snake!
30 minutes | Jul 3, 2020
Episode 3: Meet Mark Villalovos, @Blkjkrabbit66 on Twitter
Jan 1, 2011. That's the day that Mark Villalovos began his running career at age 45. Fast forward nearly a decade later and Mark now has numerous races under his belt, and can call himself a race director. Mark offers some amazing perspectives that are crucial for the running community to understand when it comes to holding a race. And you'll also get to hear how helpful the #RunChat community was in getting Run Laughlin started in the mid-2010s.
29 minutes | Jun 26, 2020
#RunChat: An interview with @isaacgrivett
We're excited for you to meet Isaac - @isaacgrivett on Twitter - to hear about his incredible running journey, which includes running a marathon when he was just 12 years old. Isaac's honesty is what we embrace about the #RunChat community, and we hope that you enjoy this half hour conversation with him.
44 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
#RunChat: An Interview with Running Legend Bart Yasso
Bart Yasso, the former chief running officer of Runners World magazine, is one of the easiest people to talk to about running. He's full of fantastic stories and wonderful advice. Bart has had a major influence on the #RunChat community as well, inviting founders David and Scott to the first-ever Runner's World Festival in Pennsylvania to discuss social media's impact on the sport. #RunChat co-founder David talks with Bart for about 40 minutes on a wide-range of topics from his first race decades ago to running on a relay team for the Blue Ridge Marathon. We also talk about the coronavirus impact on the sport and what future races may look like ... and much more!
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