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Get (+ keep) moving without losing your family, job, or sanity! Host Sarah Bowen Shea, a mom of three and veteran of 14 marathons, is joined by a rotating cast of co-hosts and often a guest expert to discuss topics ranging from how to reach a big race goal to finding your athletic happy place, and everything in between. Training, nutrition, motivation, mental toughness, TMI issues: These mother runners cover it all (and then some). This witty, conversational podcast makes a great running par ...
 
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Give a listen for some laughs—and to learn why Erin (and probably you!) feels crummy during a recovery week while marathon training. Get training advice for a weekend of “stacked” races, like Caroline is doing. And find out if the hosts crave any food while working out after Cathy admits she daydreams about doughnuts. To leave your question, please…
 
Calling all injured runners—and runners looking to get stronger or faster: This is a must-listen-to episode! Sarah and Coach Liz have an in-depth conversation with two deep-water running instructors, including the founder of Fluid Running. Learn: -how to stay in shape when you can’t run; -how each guest ran a speedy marathon after training almost e…
 
Ready to hit the snow on skinny skis? You will be after this podcast about cross country skiing basics! Dimity and co-host Sarah Wassner Flynn talk to Anne Hinrichs, a cross country ski instructor and Birkebeiner finisher, and Emily Fischer, a marathoner and triathlete who is training for her first Korteloppet, a 29K ski race during the Birkebeiner…
 
Book lovers: This bi-annual episode is a must-listen! Sarah and Ellison cozy up (remotely) to talk about the best new books they’ve read (and listened to). Fiction and non-fiction. Here are the books they discuss: Fight Night: Miriam Toews A Line to Kill: Anthony Horowitz The Days of Afrekete: Asali Solomon Chouette: Claire Oshetsky The School for …
 
Listen to this episode if you’re like Carly and you’re waffling on winter training for a spring race. Or if you’re like Katie and you wonder if you still need to do hill repeats when you live in a hilly part of the country. Or Amy, who is contemplating joining a Masters swim team. To leave your question, please call 470-BADASS1 (470-223-2771), keep…
 
An episode for everyone who admires trailblazers like Kathrine Switzer and Jane Fonda: Journalist Danielle Friedman shares insight and anecdotes gained from her research for her brand-new book, Let’s Get Physical. She talks with hosts Sarah and Katie about: -the genesis of our contemporary fitness industry; -the pervasive (and now debunked!) notion…
 
If you’re looking for some simple, easy ways to integrate habits into your life, we’ve got you. Two experts—psychologist Dr. Michelle Trotter-Mathison and dietician Ellie Kempton—chat with Dimity and Sarah Wassner Flynn about what makes a sustainable, healthy habit. Among other things, the discussion includes: The disconnect between intention and a…
 
Wrapping up this annual, year-end tradition, Sarah gabs with Dimity, Tish, Liz, and Ellison. Laughs abound in this 500th episode! When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! We can all use some help: For 10% off your first month, go to betterhelp.com/amr A beautiful deal: Get 15% off your first order at ThriveCau…
 
We may be biased, but we think ringing in the new year with an athletic tradition is pretty much the best idea ever. You will too, after you listen to this podcast. Dimity and co-host Sarah Wassner Flynn chat with three women who start the year off with athletic traditions: First up is Jane Martin-Lavaud, who began her tradition of participating in…
 
Listen in on this annual tradition: Host Sarah Bowen Shea catches up with half of her co-hosts to hear what they were up to in 2021—and what 2022 might hold for them. (With a fair number of conversational side trips!) This week: Katie, Adrienne, Amanda, and Molly. When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! Stay …
 
Ready for consistency, strength, and community in your workout routine? Look no farther than Many Happy Miles in 2022. Dimity chats with a trio of women about Many Happy Miles, our annual membership program: First up is Christy Diller, a physical therapist, three-year member of Many Happy Miles, and running coach who will oversee the Ask a Physical…
 
Runners looking for inspiration: Listen to this episode, a conversation with ultrarunner Jacky Hunt-Broersma, who started running a mere five years ago—after losing her leg to cancer two decades ago. With Sarah and Amanda co-hosting, Jacky shares: -her gratitude about the journey that took her from amputation to professional runner; -how the first …
 
Give a listen if you’re like Holly and you want to figure out how your half-marathon finish time can predict when you’ll cross your marathon finish line. Or if you can relate to Amy, who’s looking to support friends training for a 13.1 or 26.2 during winter weather. To leave your question, please call 470-BADASS1 (470-223-2771), keeping your messag…
 
Runners, bakers, and anyone who admires grit + tenacity will eat up this episode featuring Sarah and Dimity as hosts and guest Rachel Wyman, a triathlete/mother runner, founder of the Montclair Bread Company, and author of the newly released Will Run for Doughnuts. Star baker Rachel details: -her horrific 2018 bike accident—and remarkable recovery …
 
We’ve got the beat on this one—we’re talking all about running cadence, so if you’re often injured or are looking for a little free speed, tune in! Dimity talks to Coaches Jennifer Harrison and Elizabeth Waterstraat about why most runners would benefit from paying attention to their running cadence. The trio discuss: —The value of having your foot …
 
Runners in search of adventure will thrill to this episode featuring Liz Ferro, author of the newly released memoir Finish Line Feeling, as she details running more than 75 marathons with Antarctica Marathon next up. Liz regales Sarah and co-host Katie with details of: -conquering a marathon in every state in just 2.5 years; -prepping for Antarctic…
 
Dimity and Sarah counsel: -half-marathoner-in-training Derry on the importance of taking a rest day; -stepping-up-to-a-50K Jo on doing prehab with a physical therapist; and, -nighttime runner Tory on safety and light-up tips. To leave your question, please call 470-BADASS1(470-223-2771), keeping your message to 60 seconds or less. When you shop our…
 
Gain a deeper understanding of Native American runners in this installment of our Run in Her Shoes series, featuring two Indigenous women runners, including Verna Volker, founder of Native Women Running. With Coach Liz as co-host, the guests explain: -the prayerful nature of running for Native Americans; -how being a morning runner is especially pr…
 
Want to hear the ins and outs of running a beer mile: four laps, four full beers, and lots of laughs? Tune in. Dimity talks to Alli Morgan, a two-time World Champion Beer Miler and the Women's World Record holder (6:16.5!) and the mom to 9-year-old twins. Alli, an Olympic Trials qualifier in the 10,000 meters and marathon, twists open the details o…
 
An ideal episode if your running needs an infusion of fun! Sarah welcomes therapist Kate Kneifel, MSW, LCSW, who shares running games that can change your outlook and approach to running—and life. This one-on-one conversation (co-host Katie scoots after the intro chitchat) zigs and zags in delightful directions, including: -detailing running games …
 
A unique episode in which Sarah and Dimity ask each other questions—and provide answers! Each of the mother runners talk about memorable athletic moments; they share what’s bringing them joy; Dimity divulges how she got her kids to engage in sports; and Sarah reveals her new sporty passion. A fun listen full of laughs! When you shop our sponsors, y…
 
Unless you’re hibernating this winter, you need to listen to this episode featuring Chicago-based running coach, Robyn LaLonde, who shares savvy advice for making it through the miles in cold, snow, rain, and wind. Along with hosts Sarah and Tish, Robyn offers: -why winter is her favorite running season (!); -a personal take on layering to stay war…
 
This podcast will resonate with anybody who has crossed a finish line—and unexpectedly fel sad, listless or empty in the days following. Dimity talks to Jodi Edmonds, who ran her first marathon in October and was surprised by the post-race blues she felt after her very successful race, and Dr. Erin Alaya, a Licensed Psychologist who specializes in …
 
If you're fresh off a race—or have one on the horizon—this episode is for you: Sarah talks with two coaches who detail the best next steps to take post-race. Coaches Amanda Loudin and Mandy Cherry lay out: -the cycle of building up, breaking down, and all-important recovery; -what constitutes “rest” after a big effort (sorry, no couch involved); -t…
 
Sarah and Dimity offer words of wisdom for: -Becca, who wants to work on her balance; -Tara, about how much time to take off between half-marathons; and, -Rachel, bedeviled by cold hands while running. When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support. An underwear refresh: Save 20% on Runderwear with code AMR20 at Rund…
 
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