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Join hosts Matt Chittim and Jason Macaluso as they bring you up to speed on the leading stories at the intersection of business and endurance sports. Matt and Jason deliver breaking news, as well as deep dives and guest interviews on the topics that are impacting the endurance sports world. So pour yourself a cup of coffee and plug into the BSD.
 
The Road to the Trials, podcast presented by COROS, features six elite runners pulling back the curtain to share their training, racing, and goals in the lead-up to the U.S. Olympic Track Trials in June, 2021. They are: Keira D'Amato, Dana Giordano, Olivia Baker, Tyler Day, Frank Lara, and Abe Alvarado. Visit our presenting sponsors COROS at www.coros.com.
 
Running has so many benefits for the mind, body, & soul. But it can be SO hard to keep going because, let’s face it, RUNNING IS HARD! Join lifelong runner, running coach, and mother of two, Whitney Heins, as she talks with experts in areas such as nutrition, training and physical therapy to share their insider knowledge so you can run your best & BE your best in the time that you have. If you’re an avid runner, we’re here to help you understand the science, simplify the complicated and remov ...
 
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Today on podcast the we are trying a new format that I am really excited about - a 360 degree review of an athlete's improvement. First we speak with Diane Neubauer, and then her coach James McKirdy, about her remarkable improvement over the last three years. Diane is a fantastic runner, incredibly hard worker, military wife, and mother of two. She…
 
Today we bring you a live show recording from the Eugene Marathon with Jenny Grimshaw, Carly Gill Larios, Theresa Hailey. All three of these amazing women have been on the show before and were three of our most popular guests. In this panel discussion, Jenny, Carly, and Theresa reflect on their participation in the Olympic Trials Marathon and how t…
 
I am excited to announce a new monthly feature on the Rambling Runner Podcast - For the Love of The Run with Carolyn Su. Carolyn has established herself as a change maker, resource, advocate, and megaphone within the world of running. Her desire to lift up people and stories of all kinds has made a tangible impact on many throughout the world. Ever…
 
Meaghan Murray-Neuberger is back on the show and for good reason. Have you ever had a goal that you worked for years to accomplish only to fall short by the slimmest of margins time and time again? It takes a strong person with a sense of mission to keep getting up and striving for that goal instead of giving in. That is exactly what Meaghan Murray…
 
Episode Summary Podcaster, Speaker, and Running Coach Linsey Hein joins today’s show to share her own experiences as a mother, marathoner, and coach. Lindsey discusses her podcast, I’ll Have Another, and the approach she takes to interviewing top-tier elite runners such as Lee Troop, Julie-Anne Staehli, and Heather MacLean, among others. Whitney an…
 
”If all we did was acknowledge the time on the clock... we'd be giving a standing ovation. If all we did was acknowledge that a record was broken and that the impossible had been accomplished... we'd be celebrating for weeks and then life would move forward as it does. But the reality is that what Heather Knight Pech accomplished in the Boston Mara…
 
Kara Woody is a veterinarian, mother of two, Navy wife, and a multiple sclerosis, She is also one heck of a runner who as run nine marathons with a PR of 3:32 and a three time Boston Marathon qualifier. A self described couch potato in her 20's, Kara started to run around the same time she was diagnosed with MS and she certainly made up for lost ti…
 
There aren't many people in the world and thoughtful, caring, and inspiring as Phil Shin. It was an absolute honor to have Phil on the show. He has endured liver cancer twice, received a liver transplant, run multiple marathons, qualified for Boston, and that doesn't even come close to summarizing what this man has accomplished for himself and othe…
 
Rachel Gersten is a New York City therapist with a passion for helping people lead their healthiest lives possible. She completed her undergraduate degree at the Arizona State University where she double majored in psychology and human development. She attended Columbia University and earned two master’s degrees (Ed.M., M.A.) in Psychological Couns…
 
Episode Summary Amy Stephens is a NYC-based dietician who specializes in sports nutrition and diabetes. She has been featured in publications such as the New York Times , Martha Stewart Living , and The New York Post , to name a few. With over twenty years of experience, Amy is passionate about health and helping others find realistic solutions wit…
 
If you love a comeback story then get hyped to hear from the unconquerable Jon Rizzo. In the fall of 2020 Jon was flying high. This muscle bound endurance athlete was strong from another training cycle and looking to set some new personal bests. Then his legs stopped working. Literally. Soon it took this former military member and ultra runner a mo…
 
It's Boston Marathon weekend and what better way to celebrate than to listen to one of Boston's greatest champions - Des Linden. Des joins the show to breakdown her iconic victory at the 2018 Boston Marathon. She analyzes the race mile by rain soaked mile with the wit and candor we all appreciate from this running legend. She touches on every aspec…
 
Dr. Jess Mena DPT is back on the show by popular demand! And rightfully so. This PT expert and bundle of excitement will be making regular appearances on the show from here on out. In this episode we talk about her recently completed Speed Project - a relay race from L.A. to Las Vegas that seems like pure fun, drama, and insanity. In addition we al…
 
Jackie Kirchner is a registered dietitian with years of experience and she is on the show to drop some serious knowledge. In this episode we discuss: Carbo loading Marathon taper nutrition Electrolyte/salt intake pre/during the run Food choices in the 5-45 minutes before a marathon We also play a new game called "Real or Fake" where I pitch outland…
 
Samantha Roecker is a registered nurse and one of the best marathoners in the country. Her personal best is 2:29:59 which she set at the Marathon Project, she was on the 2018 CIM podium with Emma Bates and Stephanie Bruce, and she represented the United States at the 2019 Pan American Games in Peru where she finished fifth in 2:32. She is the rare …
 
The 2022 Boston Marathon is around the corner and we are here to help you have the best race possible. James McKirdy, Founder and Head Coach of McKirdy Trained, is back on the show to share is considerable expertise. In this episode, James and I cover nearly detail in how to run Boston up to your capabilities, fitness, and talent. We discuss the da…
 
Episode Summary Elisabeth Scott is a multi-certified run coach and creator of Running Explained, an organization that is on a mission to turn everyone into educated, smarter, faster runners. Elisabeth is also the host of the wildly popular Running Explained Podcast, a show that answers all running questions for beginners and experts alike. From tra…
 
Finally! Bodyweight strength training that focuses on power (with no gym or experience required)! Jason Fitzgerald from Strength Running here on the show to talk about his new offering Bodyweight Power. As Jason loves to say: Stronger Runners are Faster Runners. Strength train explosively and you’ll soon be able to run explosively. Other than delay…
 
Sam Noyce is on the show with a wonderful story to tell! Sam grew up on a Navajo Reservation in New Mexico and was immediately introduced into a running culture that has stayed with her to this day. Running has been part prayer, part athletic endeavor, since start started at age 10. Her father laid the groundwork for her practice in a touching way …
 
Episode Summary Matt Chittim is a former college basketball player and coach who started running at a young age. Though his running journey was far from typical, after college Matt started taking running more seriously and eventually became fully invested in the running community. Matt is the host of The Rambling Runner, a podcast about and for ded…
 
Ben Rosario, the head coach of the prestigious NAZ Elite and one of the best coach's in the country, is back on the show! In this episode we discuss his new book Run Like a Pro (Even if You're Slow) that he co-wrote with Matt Fitzgerald. They take a deep dive into mileage, running skill, running intensities, racing, recovery, nutrition, and mindset…
 
In a few short years Emma Zimmerman has made a name for herself in the world of running media and has done so on her terms. I couldn't wait to have Emma on the show to learn more about her rapid rise. Emma is a Brooklyn-based writer and journalist who explores topics of women in endurance sports, sport and social change, and environmental justice. …
 
We've all done it. We've stalked the weather app on our phones as race day nears hoping that the terrible weather will somehow disappear. We hope and pray that we will have the race weather that we envisioned when we pressed submit on our race registration. Sometimes our prayers are answered the weather is on our side. Other times crazy weather is …
 
Coach's corner is back and we feature two stud coaches and athletes: Dr. Stefanie Flippin and Adam Merry. Stefanie is a professional runner for HOKA, specializing in ultrarunning. Stefanie was the 2021 USATF 100 Mile National Champion. Her 100 mile PR of 14:04, set at Tunnel Hill in 2021, is 5th all-time for an American woman. She is the 2020 and 2…
 
Episode Summary Kristy Baumann is a registered dietitian, marathon runner, wife and mother to a six month old and a three year old. As a new runner, Kristy thought that she was eating healthy to support her training. In reality, she was eating too clean and, unknowingly, restricting calories, cutting out fat, and ignoring her hunger signs. It wasn’…
 
Jereny Rivera is back and she is absolutely crushing it! Jereny was first on the show for episode 276 back in October, 2020. At that time she had just set a 5k PR of 19:07 and had dreams of going for a sub-3:00 marathon. Heady stuff for someone who five years earlier had never run before and didn't grow up with an athletic background. Now Jereny is…
 
In this episode Matt takes a deep dive into achieving aerobic breakthroughs, visiting the gray zone and the good that can come from easy+ pace, and introducing doubles into training. Follow Matt: Instagram - @rambling_runner Twitter - @rambling_runner YouTube - www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ83E0U8M4V7klqZB8BF3wA Rambling Runner Podcast Community Corne…
 
Nicole Rauch is a certified personal trainer who's business took off over the last two years as she showed folks everywhere how to do challenging workouts in their own homes. A concept that became more relevant than ever. Her engaging videos, along with her positive and infectious attitude, propelled her following to 15x growth as Nicole helped fol…
 
Victoria Polk is speed personified. This dedicated amateur runner has reached a new stratosphere over the past year and I couldn't wait to get her on the show to hear all about it! Victoria was a strong high school runner and had dreams of running in college. Her plans changed after her freshman year when running didn't go as planned and she decide…
 
Episode Summary Mary Johnson is a running and strength coach and Founder of Lift | Run | Perform, an organization that specializes in teaching runners how to use time in the weight room or in your own home to optimize your running performance. Mary is a USATF certified running coach, owner of Lift, Run, Perform, mother of two and she’s going after …
 
Marathon recovery is a topic that faces every marathoner but it can be a tricky situation. Many factors can influence how a runner's recovery may go. In this episode, Tanya Lerch and I talk through our wildly different California International Marathon training, races, and recoveries. Tanya smashed the race to the tune of running 3:05 and a PR. As …
 
The amazing Deirdre Keane is on the show! Deirdre is a pediatric ICU nurse practitioner at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. She has run 35 marathons and 1 ultra-marathon (soon to be 2!). Deirdre loves to race but also uses running to support philanthropic causes. For example, during the peak of the pandemic in NYC, she ran 1000 miles in thre…
 
Dr. Jess Mena DPT is on the show and she brings it! Jess is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, marathoner, and a super fun person. In this episode we talk about how she worked through her own injury prior to the 2021 Boston Marathon and bounced back to set a PR at the California International Marathon. Jess also gives us a preview of the upcoming Speed …
 
Although she spent her childhood with her nose in a book, ducking when any ball was thrown in her direction, Vanessa is now a 2-time Boston Marathon finisher, and has run over 100 road races. Currently an advising dean at Georgetown University, Vanessa earned her Ph.D. in medieval history from The Catholic University of America. Vanessa lives in Wa…
 
Episode Summary At the age of twenty-four Dr. Jason Karp was one of the youngest college head coaches in the country and now he is the first American coach known to have moved to Kenya to coach Kenyans. Jason has written a dozen books including, Running a Marathon for Dummies and Running for Women and he has a passion for the science of athletic pe…
 
Kiese Laymon, a southern writer born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi, is one of the best writers in the country and someone I got to know during my time as Vassar College. Recently there have been towns across America banning books by some of the country's greatest writers. Books by Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison, Kiese, and others have been remove…
 
Marc Quiñones is one of the best chefs in America. He has appeared on Hell's Kitchen, Chopped, and Cutthroat Kitchen, been named 2017 New Mexico Chef of The Year and three time Best Chef in Albuquerque, and been featured in Forbes and many other publications. He is also one heck of a runner. Just like in his cooking career, Marc built himself from …
 
We are back with another solo episode focused on reaching new levels in training. This episode dovetails with a recent drastic uptick in miles in my own training as I prepare for the Eugene Marathon. It's very exciting for me and there a lots of information to be gained by breaking it down. Here are some of the points that are covered: Believing 10…
 
So many of us have wanted to invest in a top of the line race shoe but aren't sure to start. With so many of these shoes only available online, we need to go to the experts for assistance on what shoes can work for us. And, which shoes to avoid. In this episode I'm joined by Tommie Runz and Aaron Barnett who break down their top five carbon plated …
 
Episode Summary Anne Maher is a wife and working mom who is passionate about running and triathlons. She discovered running later in life and is now setting some impressive personal records (PRs) and aiming for some ambitious goals. Today, Whitney and Anne talk about how Anne has been able to go from a beginner runner with no experience to Marathon…
 
Cate Barrett is a star. Enormously talented, tough, and brilliant. It was an honor to speak with Cate about her post-college running life (she was a six time all-conference at Baylor University) during which she had a some amazing highs, like qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials, and several challenges. Cate was able to carve out a niche…
 
Veronica Goebel started running in 2016 when her cousin, Aracely Richardson, convinced her to run a marathon. That's right, a conversion from non-runner to embarking on a marathon training cycle. Not only was that a big task to take on, when raceday came around she ran several weeks pregnant. By that point she had caught the running bug and it was …
 
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