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Melissa Parker

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RescuMed offers listeners education in trauma management as it pertains to different types of rescue. Rope rescue emergencies, confined space, hazardous materials, auto extrication, swift or flood water rescue, trench, structural collapse, and more.
 
Eating healthier, exercising, setting boundaries, managing your money, recovering from addiction, healing from trauma, eliminating toxic relationships...we all have a thing we've been working on, but despite our best intentions, we just can't make it stick. This new podcast from Melissa Hartwig Urban, Whole30 co-founder and #1 New York Times best-selling author, explores what’s been missing every time you’ve tried to do the thing, so you can finally change the pattern and level up for good.
 
The Twin Cities Wellness Collective™ Podcast will conduct weekly interviews with entrepreneurs, local experts, and those who have transformed their personal well-being to share their stories and help others in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and beyond live higher quality lives. Our primary goal is to provide our listeners with actionable advice that they can implement into their own life and improve their personal well-being. This fits into the culture of reciprocity that is central to our group. ...
 
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Believe in the Run

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Believe in the Run's Thomas Neuberger, Robbe Reddinger, and Meaghan Murray bring you a fresh spin on the running scene, featuring candid interviews with elite athletes, industry insiders, and just interesting runners in general. Follow along as we also discuss our own running highs and lows, as well as our favorite shoes and gear. (And don't forget to stick around 'til the end of each episode).
 
Sisters In The Spotlight showcases inspiring role models who are carving out lives of deep meaning, fulfillment and creating success on their own terms. Featuring real-life tales of vulnerability, courage, chasing dreams and awakening - It's the modern girls guide to answering the call of the soul and living a life of purpose, passion and prosperity.
 
Bright lights, centre court, multimillion dollar contracts and adoring fans. That’s what most of us imagine when we think of the world of professional athletes. But what is the story behind the images? What does the road to stardom look like? What does it take to get there? Who better to answer these questions and many more, than the moms who were there every step of the way.“Court-Side Moms” is the first of its kind to focus solely on the experiences of professional basketball player’s moth ...
 
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Mason chats with Lenny Duncan about Lenny's new book, United States of Grace: A Memoir of Homelessness, Addiction, Incarceration, and Hope. We chat about Lenny's story and whether or not there is hope for America. Guest Bio/Info: Lenny Duncan is a writer, podcaster, and Ph.D student and the author of United States of Grace: A Memoir of Homelessness…
 
Dr. Nicole Fredricks Jackson is a growth strategist and executive coach who helps high performing professionals who are on the verge of burnout navigate life and career transitions. She spent 20+ years working in law and higher education. She helped hundreds of professionals navigate their career and leadership trajectories. Upon completing her Doc…
 
This week, we're live from The Running Event in Austin, TX with a stacked lineup of Puma guests. Amy Cragg, John Dressel, Taylor Werner, and Todd Falker join us at Banger's to talk all things Puma, including shoes old (Deviate Elite) and new (Fast-R) alike (24:35). The gang also talks about a few new HOKA shoes coming down the line after giving jus…
 
Wendy welcomes Laker Mom, Shirley Horton to the show to hear all about the talents and the treasures of being Talen Horton-Tucker. Starting from a strong family with fierce family values, Shirley saw his talent and love for basketball really bloom from the time he was a toddler. As an HBCU Alumni, Shirley made sure Talen always knew the importance …
 
Ashley Oswald founded Oswald Digestive Clinic in 2016 after being frustrated to see people struggle with their gut health, while knowing that there are ways to help them improve and often resolve their bothersome symptoms. After struggling with her own gut heath issues from being on and off antibiotics for 10 years as a child to her early 20’s, Ash…
 
This week I give my take on the vaccine wars in the NBA. It’s a thorny subject and I break it down. Also we have Jake’s Takes as my kid will tell you who will win this week’s NFL games. All this and more on this week’s show! Zirin, We Need Barcelona’s Hidden Radical History Now More Than Ever https://www.thenation.com/article/society/barcelona-olym…
 
Everyone loves a good puke story, and we got one here in this episode. Our guest Laura Thweatt (@lthweat) is a Saucony elite marathoner who finished 8th in the New York City Marathon last month. As good as that is, she's an even more awesome person who's super down to earth. It all makes for a great conversation (30:57). The BITR gang also gives sn…
 
Release Date 11/26/2021 In this episode I speak with Helen Bratton, Internationally accredited Recovery Life Coach, Speaker & Author. She tells me about having a near-death stroke at 36, disability, depression, addiction and her triumphant recovery. Listen on Apple podcasts https://apple.co/3lblMRb or anywhere podcasts are found. SUBSCRIBE TO THE B…
 
Got nowhere to go this thanksgiving? Looking to avoid your weird uncle for an hour? Join me for coffee and conversation this Thursday morning at 8AM PST or Thursday afternoon at 3PM PST. All are welcome with only one rule: don't be a dick. Easy enough? SEE YOU THERE! #orphanthanksgiving #alonefortheholidays #mentalhealthawareness…
 
In this episode Mason chats with Jes Kast (and the occasional appearance of her puppy) about whether queer Christians should stay in conservative churches or not. We also talk about why I should become a Calvinist and much more. Guest Bio/Info: Jes Kast is a queer progressive minister and constructive theologian. Find Jes here: revjeskast.com Twitt…
 
Fresh off of a WNBA Championship in her hometown of Chicago win for daughter Candace Parker, mom Sara Parker is back to update us on how it felt to have her baby come home and the joy the whole family felt in this celebration. Sara and Wendy look at this championship run and Sara gives us some insight into the player she has become and what the fut…
 
Zachary Lee is CEO of LifeWorks Group and is a certified Relationship & Life Coach and Mediator, having worked in the field for over 12 years. LifeWorks is a relationship coaching and counseling company that focuses on working with couples to help them improve their relationship and is based in the Twin Cities. Zach's favorite hobbies are spending …
 
This week we speak to Rob Goldman, author of the new book, The Sisterhood: The 99ers and the Rise of U.S. Women's Soccer. This book looks at the US Women’s 1999 World Cup team, how they came together, personalities on the team, and their lasting impact on sport in the world. We also have “Choice Words” about what’s happening in China with Peng Shua…
 
For all you 5K-heads out there, this one's for you. Sydney Gidabuday of Roots Running finished in third place at the 5K National Championships in New York City a few weeks ago. Not only is he a pure stud, but he's also a great guy with a great story, and you're really gonna root for him after this interview. We talk about tearing up the competition…
 
Anna Klimmek's Bio: Anna is a health coach and personal chef who teaches people to eat for their body in a way that works for their life. As a Le Cordon Blue grad, she has over 18 years of culinary experience. Her education as a Health Coach with advanced study in Hormonal and Gut Health from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition guide how she coo…
 
Your favorite mullet miler has finally graced The Drop podcast. Craig Engels is just as cool a guy as he seems on TV and social media (@craigathor), so we're super excited to have him on the pod. We talk about his running career from Ole Miss to Nike, training for the Olympic Trials, RVs, why long-distance sucks, and, of course, fashionable men's h…
 
Mason chats with Dante Stewart about his new book, Shoutin' in the Fire: An American Epistle. We chat about how infectious white supremacy is and why Jesus is Black, and much more. Guest Bio/Info: Dante Stewart is a writer and speaker and recent author of Shoutin' in the Fire: An American Epistle. Find Dante here: dantecstewart.com Twitter: @stewar…
 
Welcome back Sue! We are are so excited to have Sue back to talk everything Raptors. Reminiscing on the strange year away in Tampa to being back in Toronto and resuming regular scheduled programming. The return home, the fan reaction, and the amazing play by our boys. The connection between Khem and Fred on the court and the potential of this brigh…
 
Dr. Bryan Laskin's Bio: Having learned from 20 years of experience providing dental care to anxious patients, Dr. Bryan Laskin is on a mission to reduce the stress of both doctors and patients by upgrading care through innovation, education and standardization. Creator of Upgrade Dental, Digital Nitrous, OperaDDS, co-founder of ToothApps, as well a…
 
We were at the Wineglass Marathon a few weeks ago, so it's only right that we brought the winner onto the pod to talk shop. Melissa Hardesty is fast fast, winning marathons out here as a part-time professor. We talk about her winning weekend, running journey, her first marathon, how running contributes to mental health and wellness, qualifying for …
 
Alissa joins us today to talk about the journey in raising Brandon Boston Jr. From Norcross, Georgia to Sierra Canyon the family took a leap of faith and moved to California to help Brandon pursue his dream of playing basketball. We hear about Sierra Canyon and as Brandon describes it "a movie" - the high school team that has a busier schedule than…
 
This week we speak to Britni de la Cretaz & Lyndsey D’Arcangelo, authors of the new book, Hail Mary: The Rise and Fall of the National Women's Football League. This book is incredible and unearths an entire history that most of us were never familiar with. We also have “Choice Words” about the new Netflix special, Colin in Black and White. We also …
 
You guys know there were other runners at this year's Boston Marathon, right? Well, we found one who finished in the top-10 of the famed race, Brooks athlete CJ Albertson. With a 2:11 marathon PR, CJ is a great interview and Arizona State alumni (go Devils). We talk with him about his big day in Boston, how running with the pack vs. not messes with…
 
Mason chat with Hillary McBride about her new book The Wisdom of Your Body: Finding Healing, Wholeness, and Connection through Embodied Living. They chat about what science is learning about the body, why embodiment is important to justice, and how you can be more embodied. Guest Bio/Info: Hillary McBride is a therapist, researcher, podcaster, and …
 
Kristi and Wendy met at this year’s NBA Summer League. Wendy was the first Raptor mom Kristi met; here we are today with a live episode at the Toronto Raptors OVO Athletic Centre. Our first live recording since January 2020. Since birth Malachi has always been front and centre in a basketball court, sitting on his mom’s lap as a child; whether his …
 
On this episode, I am joined by Josh Driver. After playing with his family's cameras while growing up, Josh bought his first dslr in 2016 because he just needed a quality camera better than a point-and-shoot for his trip to Iceland. His wife’s encouragement and another professional photographer’s mentorship served as catalysts for him to start sell…
 
This week we are talking to Paul Knepper, author of the book “The Knicks of the Nineties: Ewing, Oakley, Starks and the Brawlers That Almost Won It All.” We talk the Knicks, Pat Riley, John Starks, Anthony Mason and whether this team was badder than the Bad Boys of the 80s. We also have “Choice Words” about the latest news in the efforts to wrest j…
 
We're so excited to have one of our favorite guests ever back on the pod this week. Nike pro runner Keira D'Amato joins us to catch up on everything she's done the last year, including getting sponsored by the Swoosh, breaking the American 10-mile record at the Up Dawg Ten Miler, placing 4th at this year's Chicago Marathon, taste-testing cookies wi…
 
Release date 10/22/2021 Aaron has been working with children, teens, and parents for over 18 years, but his story is so much more than that. We talk about overcoming addiction to drugs and alcohol, opening a treatment center for at risk youth and his podcast Beyond Risk and Back. Listen on Apple podcasts https://apple.co/3lblMRb or anywhere podcast…
 
The day is finally here and basketball is back in Toronto! We're celebrating the NBA's 75th birthday and Wendy's first trip to a Raptor's game not as a visitor but as a Raptor mom. Wendy is joined by Tidal League's CEO & Founder Kurt Benson to discuss it all. We also tease what we will be doing in Toronto as we record a very special Toronto Raptor'…
 
The last 18 months have challenged some of the most basic assumptions we had about what is necessary for a productive work environment. Gone are the days when we believed we absolutely HAD TO BE IN PERSON to be productive. Among others, one of the big lessons COVID has taught us is that the future of work is flexible. Today, I'm speaking with April…
 
This week we speak to long-time former Green Bay Packers executive Andrew Brandt about the leak of NFL emails and what they say about the league. Also, we have choice words about the latest attack on trans youth athletes coming out of Texas. In addition, I’ve got a few things to say about Kyrie Irving, and of course, we have Jake’s Takes. Andrew Br…
 
He f***ing did it. Jordan Tropf ran 3 marathons in 3 days at a 2:30:30 pace. While not an official world record just yet, the suits over at Guinness are verifying Jordan's epic feat as we speak. This week on the pod, we recap the weekend with Jordan, including post/pre-race meals, how he felt on day 3 in Boston, and the travel obstacles that we fac…
 
Release date 10/15/21 In this episode I talk with the author of Holding On by Letting Go: A Memoir, and award-winning singer/songwriter, Heather Hutchison. Blind since birth, she is passionate about educating people on disability and mental health through her music and writing. We talk at length ALL of this and Chris shares way too much in the intr…
 
Stephanie's Bio: Stephanie is an accredited health and well-being coach (NBC-HWC), meditation teacher, group fitness instructor, and wellness educator with a master’s degree in Integrative Health and Well-Being Coaching from the University of Minnesota’s Center for Spirituality and Healing. She helps people bring mindfulness, compassion and wisdom …
 
Mason chats with Dr. Angela Parker about her new book, If God Still Breathes, Why Can't I?: Black Lives Matter and Biblical Authority. We chat about the oppressive history of biblical inerrancy, how the Bible ought to shape our faith, and much more. Guest Bio/Info: Dr. Angela Parker is assistant professor of New Testament and Greek at McAfee School…
 
Dwyane Wade 3x NBA Champion, 13-time NBA All-Star, 8-time member of the All-NBA Team, and Olympic Gold Medalist - the list of accolades is endless. Widely considered as one of the best guards to ever play the game, he is a future Hall of Famer. Jolinda give us a completely different perspective of who Dwyane is from "moms" eyes. The man he's become…
 
This week, Bob Glauber joins the show to discuss the new book that he co-wrote with Keyshawn Johnson, The Forgotten First. Such an informative interview, you don’t want to miss it! Bob Glauber Twitter: @BobGlauber https://www.powells.com/book/the-forgotten-first-9781538705483 Zirin, Crisis in the National Women’s Soccer League: A Story of Predation…
 
Running and beer are the ultimate 1-2 combo. They go together like PB and J, cookies and milk, or, well, you get the idea. We've got a few beer connoisseurs here at BITR, so Thomas and Robbe are super excited to chat with the founder of Evil Twin Brewing, Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø. Jeppe just so happens to also be an avid runner with an emphasis on the …
 
Release date 10/08/21 In this episode I talk with screenwriter, actor and producer Jimmy Kustes. We talk about growing up in Louisville Kentucky and dreaming of being a cartoonist before giving it all up to take care of his uncle. We also get into the pros and cons of deep empathy and expressing yourself through art. Listen on Apple podcasts https:…
 
Melissa Albers Bio: Melissa is a family girl, business owner, loud laugher and lover of people. As a self awareness and self development junkie she runs a company that focuses on the same. She loves trying new things, and has recently picked up the Ukulele (with questionable but satisfying results) and hip hop dancing (with even more questionable y…
 
Welcome Michelle Reed! We hear about Paul’s early beginnings from the onset, all Paul knew was basketball from the earliest memories of him at 3 years old watching his dad practice. His first organized basketball experiences he dominated as if he was a man amongst boys. The costs associated with sports and the investment a parent makes both time an…
 
This week I give my take on the vaccine wars in the NBA. It’s a thorny subject and I break it down. Also we have Jake’s Takes as my kid will tell you who will win this week’s NFL games. All this and more on this week’s show! Zirin, Being “Pro NBA Player” Means Being Pro-Vaccine https://www.thenation.com/article/society/vaccine-mandate-lebron-nba/ —…
 
He's fast, he's a badass, and he unveiled Saucony's latest racer at the Falmouth Road Race. Parker Stinson (@_parker_stinson_) is a Saucony pro runner who was a 9x All-American at the University of Oregon and holds the U.S. record for the 25K. That's a weird distance, we know. We talked about the 25K and other obscure race distances with Parker, as…
 
Release date 10/01/21 In this episode I talk with Donny "Mad Beard" Zuzula of the Michigan based punk trio The Tosspints. As Tom Trauma from PunkNews.org put it; “He writes unbelievably confident sounding songs about his lack of confidence. The music and lyrics are the voice for the words he is unable to speak. It’s so emotionally raw that it might…
 
Diamond DeShields of the Chicago Sky was competitive from birth and had her older brother pushing her to excel. Coming from an athletic family she was naturally gifted with skill and passion. From her early love of baseball and tennis she moved to basketball at the age of 10 and excelled right from the jump. Diamond’s goal and vision is to make a r…
 
Mason chats with Elle Dowd about her new book, Baptized in Tear Gas: From White Moderate to Abolitionist. We chat about how you can go from being a white moderate to an abolitionist and why people of faith should be committed to fighting white supremacy. Guest Bio/Info: Elle Dowd is a Lutheran minister and recent author of Baptized in Tear Gas: Fro…
 
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