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71 minutes | 10 months ago
249: Alvina Begay on The Power of Goal Setting as a Runner and Nurse
Alvina Begay is a runner, three time Olympic trials qualifier, nurse, and a registered dietician. She has qualified for both the 10000m and Marathon distances in the Olympic trials and recently became a nurse. Alvina lives in and is from the Navajo Nation. *Sponsor* Currex (https://currex.us) This episode is sponsored by Currex. Currex insoles improve any shoe, and they are offering ROO listeners a 15% discount. If you want to ‘Feel the Currex difference’, please visit https://currex.us and use the code ROO15 at checkout. Goodr (http://goodr.com/roo) This episode is also sponsored by Goodr. Goodr make performance sunglasses for all your outdoor adventures. They have an incredible range of styles, colours and designs to suit everyone. Head over to Goodr.com/ROO and without any discount, you can check out their ridiculously affordable range of high performance sunglasses. For more information visit runningonom.com
74 minutes | 10 months ago
248: Piseth Sam on Leadership, Advocacy, and Trauma Informed Movement
Piseth Sam is an athlete and the co-owner of PowerHouse Fitness. She is a licensed massage therapist and certified personal trainer. At the age of five, Piseth and her family fled Cambodia and came to the US as refugees. Piseth practices trauma informed treatments as part of her philosophy that movement transforms. *Sponsor* Janji (Janji.com/ROO) Janji is a Boston based running apparel company. Their mission is to explore, connect and give back through running, a philosophy that drives every decision. Janji craft globally inspired running apparel, guided by places and people around the world. They create functional and beautifully designed apparel for wherever your running adventures take you. Janji believes in social responsibility, and leads by example. Janji understands water is a human right, and gives 2% of every single purchase, to support clean water projects in the countries that inspire their seasonal lines. Community is a core value of Janji, which is reflected in the Janji Collective. A one-time membership cost of $50 gains you a lifetime 15% discount, exclusive singlet, and access to Janjis community of like-minded people. Your membership fee is then used solely in supporting Janji’s aforementioned clean water projects. Full details about the Janji Collective and how to sign up are on Janji.com/ROO.
57 minutes | a year ago
247: Jeannie Rice on Setting Age Group World Records in the Marathon at 72 Years Old
Jeannie Rice is a fiercely competitive runner. She holds multiple age group World Records and US National Records, most notably breaking her own World Record in the marathon running a 3:24 at the 2019 Berlin Marathon. At 72 years young, Jeannie is yet to slow down and remains determined to keep challenging herself in the realm of running and life. Jeannie approaches running with a love and simplicity that allows her to keep pushing her limits at an age many would have found reasons to cease competing. *Sponsor* Currex (currex.us) Currex insoles improve any shoe, and they are offering ROO listeners a 15% discount. If you want to ‘Feel the Currex difference’, Please visit currex.us and use the code ROO15 at checkout. Goodr (Goodr.com/ROO) Goodr make performance sunglasses for all your outdoor adventures. They have an incredible range of styles, colours and designs to suit everyone. Goodr creates incredible performance sunglasses that don't slip or bounce, and are polarised. Whether you run, cycle, cross-country ski, or just want a pair of the best looking shades to wear for any occasion, Goodr have you covered. Normally this is the part where you see a ridiculous and unaffordable price tag which scares you away, but never fear. Goodr not only makes the best sunglasses, but also the most affordable. That's right, Goodr sunglasses start at a unbelieveable $25. Skip buying your coffee for a week, and the only problem you will have is choosing which stylish Goodr shades to choose from. The ROO team owns multiple pairs each, because they are THAT GOOD. One pair is never enough.
82 minutes | a year ago
246: Soul Sister Sessions on Eating Disorder Recovery during COVID-19
This month's Soul Sister Sessions episode returns to the topic of eating disorders and injuries. Abbey and Julia share and answer a variety of listener questions, some of which are slanted towards the COVID-19 period. This is all shared from their own lived experiences, and we encourage anyone that is experiencing an eating disorder/disordered eating or any physical or mental health issue, to consult a qualified professional in any instance you feel you require additional support. *SPONSOR* Currex (https://currex.us) Currex insoles improve any shoe, and they are offering ROO listeners a 15% discount. If you want to ‘Feel the Currex difference’, please visit https://currex.us and use the code ROO15 at checkout. Xendurance (http://shop.teamxnd.com/runningonom) Xendurance is a nutrition company based out of Phoenix Arizona, providing high quality nutrition and recovery products for athletes. ROO listeners can receive 10% off any purchase by using ROO’s link: shop.teamxnd.com/runningonom For more info visit runningonom.com
67 minutes | a year ago
245: Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel on Running as Activism and Prayer
Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is a citizen of the Kul Wicasa Oyate, the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. She is a 4th Generation Runner, who started running when she was 10 years old. She is an advocate who focuses on MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women), and uses her running as a mechanism for her advocacy work. This episode deeply probes topics near and dear to Jordan’s heart. *Sponsor* Xendurance (shop.teamxnd.com/runningonom) This podcast is sponsored by Xendurance. This week's featured product is Lean. Lean is a low-carb, plant-based, all-in-one shake you can enjoy anytime of the day. It's nutritional makeup is both complex and comprehensive, containing elements of a nutrition meal that is a great compliment to a well-balanced diet. With 20 grams of plant protein and organic greens you may choose this as a meal replacement or a midday snack depending on your goals. ROO listeners can receive 10% off any purchase by using ROO’s link
69 minutes | a year ago
244: Roundtable with Emma Spencer & Molly Seidel
Emma Spencer is an elite distance runner, running coach, software engineer and runs for the Tracksmith Boston racing team. She has a marathon best of 2:37 (BMW Berlin Marathon 2018), which qualified her to race the 2020 US Olympic Marathon trials, where she ran 2:41:40. At the 2020 Marathon trials, she ran 2:41:40 and placed 56th. Molly Seidel is a professional runner for Saucony, living in Boston, MA. She graduated from Notre Dame with four NCAA national titles to her name and remains the only woman to date with wins at both the high school Foot Locker Cross Country National Championships and the NCAA National Cross Country Championships. She ran her debut marathon at the 2020 US Olympic trials, running 2:27:31, to take second and a Tokyo Olympic berth. This episode was recorded live on May 28th 2020, as part of the Roundtable series on Zoom during the COVID19 lockdown. *SPONSOR* Currex (https://currex.us) Currex insoles improve any shoe, and they are offering ROO listeners a 15% discount. If you want to ‘Feel the Currex difference’, please visit https://currex.us and use the code ROO15 at checkout.
74 minutes | a year ago
243: Peyton Thomas on Changing the World Through Running and Marine Biology
Peyton Thomas is an elite runner and PhD student in Marine Biology at the University of Northern Carolina Wilmington. She ran a PR of 2:42:54 to place 78th at the US 2020 Olympic Marathon trials, and was the only American born black female to start. She qualified for the trials at CIM, which was her first road marathon. She has also run the Bigfoot 40 miler, a sister race to the Bigfoot 200 miler. *Sponsor* Janji (https://janji.com/ROO) To receive $10 of a pair of Janji shorts, visit their website janji.com and enter the code runningonom10 at checkout.
69 minutes | a year ago
242: Roundtable with Emily Saul & Laura Green
Emily Saul is a sports psychology coach, with a Masters degree in Sports Psychology, and founder of E Saul Movement. She is the Leader of the November Project in Boston. Laura Green is the Community Boss of the November Project, working with the co-founders to connect the 120+ November Project leaders globally, and plays a large role in the growth and development of the November Project as an inclusive free fitness movement. She is a physical therapist, and led the San Francisco November Project for 5 years. She is the host of the Wisconsin Notes Podcast. Emily and Lauren are friends, and are female powerhouses that help drive the November Project. This was recorded live on Zoom, as episode #3 of the ROO Roundtable, on Thursday May 21st, during the COVID19 lockdown.
68 minutes | a year ago
241: Roundtable with Kate Grace and Nicole Antoinette
Kate Grace is a professional runner for Nike and the Bowerman Track Club. She was a guest on ROO 120 and recently on ROO 237. She ran in the 2016 Olympics and is a 2021 Olympic hopeful. Nicole Antoinette is a thru-hiker, writer, host of the Real Talk Radio podcast, and a multiple ROO guest, most recently on ROO 222.
143 minutes | a year ago
240: Soul Sister Sessions with Dr. Madeline Manning Mims
This is a special episode of Soul Sister Sessions. Abbey and Julia are joined by Dr. Madeline Manning Mims. Madeline is in a class of her own. She has a storied career that remains far from over. She is a decorated multi-time Olympian, and held multiple World and American Records. At the 1968 Olympics, she became the first American Woman to win a gold medal in the 800m, which was the at the time, the longest distance women were allowed to race. She held a World Record in High School, and had an impressive career as an athlete, which was unprecedented at that time. Madeline is an equally talented gospel singer, author and speaker, as well as the founder of the United States Centre for Sports Chaplaincy. Madeline has been present at every Olympiad as a chaplain since she stopped attending as a competing athlete, and serves as a mentor for chaplains and athletes alike. Madeline is eloquent, talented, driven and has such wisdom from her diverse experiences breaking through barriers across the board. This conversation is all Madeline, and is one of the most powerful conversations on ROO to date.
68 minutes | a year ago
239: Roundtable with Clare Gallagher and Abby Levene
Clare Gallagher and Abby Levene are professional trail runners and activists. They have been best friends for over a decade, and featured on ROO 227. Clare is a Patagonia athlete and works for Patagonia doing advocacy work. She has won the prestigious Leadville 100, CCC (101km sister race of the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc) and was the 2019 Western States 100 winner, where she ran the second fastest female time in race history.
72 minutes | a year ago
238: Kayla Nolan on Leading Girls Gotta Run Foundation
Kayla Nolan is a runner and the Executive Director of the Girls Gotta Run Foundation (GGRF). Girls Gotta Run Foundation is a non-profit organization that invests in girl changemakers in Ethiopia through an academic and athletic scholarship program. Kayla started running in high school as part of a coping mechanism, and later joined the Cross Country team after encouragement from another high school girl who had seen her running alone.. Kayla’s love for running grew, and she was presented with an opportunity to study running after gaining a research scholarship in college. After Kenya was ruled out due to political violence, she had a choice between Jamaica or Ethiopia. Feeling she would relate better to Ethiopia's endurance runners, she took the first step in a journey that would evolve into so much more.
72 minutes | a year ago
237: Kate Grace on Honoring the Opportunity
Kate Grace is a professional runner for Nike and the Bowerman Track Club. She was a guest on ROO 120, which aired in 2015. She would go on to run for team USA in the 2016 Rio Olympics, and has been a core member of the fiercely competitive Bowerman Track Club for a number of years, competing all over the world.
93 minutes | a year ago
236: Soul Sister Sessions on Exploring our Faith with Abbey Cooper and Julia Hanlon
This month's Soul Sister Sessions goes deep on the themes of faith and religion in running. Abbey and Julia share their experiences of faith and religion, framed through the lens of their childhood, everyday life and their relationship with running. We appreciate that faith and religion can be a sensitive and confronting topic for many, for a range of reasons. This conversation focuses on Abbey and Julia’s own experiences, in an honest, safe and respectful conversation. We empathise that this conversation may not be for everyone, and understand that our audience will share a range of differing and equally valuable world views.
76 minutes | a year ago
235: Hilary McCloy on Evolving as an Athlete
Hilary McCloy is a backcountry skier, runner and physical therapist. She is a former Team USA skier, who began skiing at the age of nine. She works as a physical therapist and is deeply passionate about injury prevention for athletes. Hilary and her partner Andrew facilitate both ski and trail running events through Ski The Whites and Run The Whites in New Hampshire.
61 minutes | a year ago
234: Courtney Dauwalter on Embracing the Pain Cave
Courtney Dauwalter is a professional trail runner for Salomon, living in Golden Colorado. She won the Western States 100 in 2018, the 2019 Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc (UTMB), as well as having wins at multiple races and distances worldwide. She has represented the USA at the 24 Hour World Championship, and is a former American Record holder in the 24 hour event. Just after this interview was recorded, Courtney was named Ultrarunning Magazines #1 Ultra Runner of the Year (UROY) for 2019, for the second year in a row. Courtney is a teacher, but has taken an indefinite sabbatical to pursue running full-time.
72 minutes | a year ago
233: Eliza Earle on Navigating Grief and Photographing Adventure Around the World
Eliza Earle is an adventure sports photographer, filmmaker, and endurance athlete. She has filmed all over the world, including iconic locations like Yosemite, Chamonix and New Zealand. She is a climber, runner and an all-round outdoor enthusiast.
93 minutes | a year ago
232: Soul Sister Sessions on Eating Disorder Recovery through Injury and Competition with Abbey Cooper and Julia Hanlon
This month's Soul Sister Sessions episode returns to focus on eating disorders, inspired by Eating Disorders Awareness Week on February 24th - March 1st. ROO 223 was a powerful conversation when Abbey and Julia first shared their respective stories of eating disorders, and this episode is a follow up to that. Abbey and Julia answer five listener questions, all specifically focused around eating disorders. This is all shared from their own experiences, and we encourage anyone that is experiencing an eating disorder/disordered eating or any physical or mental health issue, to consult a qualified professional in any instance you feel you require additional support.
66 minutes | a year ago
231: Alex Pavon on Risk and Reward in Professional Mountain Biking
Alex Pavon is a downhill skier turned professional mountain biker. She retired from competitive skiing in 2013 and found her way to enduro racing. She lives in Flagstaff Arizona and works as an emergency room EMT.
97 minutes | a year ago
230: Emma Spencer on Never Settling in Her Path to the Olympic Trials Marathon
Emma Spencer is an elite distance runner, running coach, software engineer and runs for the Tracksmith Hare AC. She has a marathon best of 2:37 (BMW Berlin Marathon 2018), which qualified her to race the 2020 US Olympic Marathon trials. This interview is in two parts, and takes place the day before and day after the trials in Atlanta.
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