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Best Running Around Charlotte podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Running Around Charlotte podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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The Running Around Charlotte podcast is presented by the Novant Health Charlotte Marathon— the Queen City’s premier road race experience. One day, five events, with a race day distance for every goal and pace. Registration for the November 16th Novant Health Charlotte Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay, 5K, and 1 mile events is available now at http://runcharlotte.com Running Around Charlotte, with your hosts Tim Rhodes and Jeffrey Cooper, is produced in partnership with well-run media + marketi ...
 
2 Rational Bastards discuss topics and ideas on life, psychology, business, sports so you can be armed with the knowledge to be your best self primarily for you and therefore positively impacting those around you. After launching a highly successful podcast “Exposing Real Estate and Damn Near Everything Else” (which can still be heard by searching iTunes, Google Play and any other podcasting provider by the show name) it was apparent by feedback from it’s large and dedicated following the ti ...
 
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When you run, is Dog your co-pilot? Many, many of us wouldn’t consider stepping out for a jog without our best four-legged friend — even if it’s just for a couple of miles while warming up. But is that good for your canine companion? How much is too much? Our guest today on Running Around Charlotte can answer those questions. Dr. Tom Watson is a fo…
 
Charlotte Hornets PXP Announcer John Focke joins the show to discuss the recent development of Malik Monk and Miles Bridges, how much PJ Washington needed the break that comes with the All-Star break, and what we should watch for down the stretchBy 730 The Game Staff
 
Brittany is a pro runner slash comedian who runs with the philosophy, "if you're not having fun, you're doing it wrong". Last spring she qualified for the Olympic Trials with a 2:36:34 and went on to run the NYC Marathon as a pro. She trains each week with a different theme and then spends time creating a piece of art as a recap of the week. We cha…
 
Laura and I are very proud feminists, but from time to time experience feelings of jealousy or envy when other women are doing things that we wish we were doing. It's something that a lot of women tend to feel guilty about as it 'goes against' the principle of being a true feminist. This is where the lovely Emmie comes in! A few months ago Emmie wr…
 
Charlotte suffered sexual abuse as a child and began to self medicate. She developed an eating disorder, while also smoking and drinking quite heavily. In 2012 her mom died and her husband left her. She struggled for few years abusing booze and food, until finally moving in with her dad in 2014. She felt like a complete failure. Then one day, her D…
 
Many asylum seeking women living in the UK today face a tough choice each month. With the small amount of money that they receive, do they buy food? Or the items necessary to manage their period?In today’s episode we sit down with Rachel Grocott from the awesome charity Bloody Good Period to find out how they’re tackling period poverty and normalis…
 
Tory is back! We answer listener questions, chat about evolving into multi sport athletes, jogging after injuries, and Tory complains about wasting calories on strength training. Questions include how to create your best race crew, subbing in spin classes for runs, poles, and what to do if your milk supply drops. Use code TRW for 20% off http://www…
 
Before you can move thousands of runners through 26.2 miles of Charlotte’s streets, you have to move thousands of pounds of food, equipment, supplies, and even water to strategic spots along the route between the start and finish line. It’s a big job, and one we’re glad to have good partners for. Gentle Giant Moving Company does the “heavy lifting”…
 
Welcome back! In this episode, we meet Chloe Ambrose, also known as miss ginger freckles! She promotes positive thinking and a thriving attitude through her photography and creative visions and is now joining us on here to talk about her thriving journey, from the good, the bad, to the downright ugly!Welcome to Millennial Matters, a weekly podcast …
 
Anne-Marie Madden is a Vancouver based trail and road runner. She trains as hard as she works, and the proof is in the races. She recently came 2nd at the Northface 50 Mile Championship and 1st place at the Squamish 23km. In 2018 when the Northface Championship was cancelled she was able to shift gears last minute and run an Olympic qualifying time…
 
We can boast about a lot of firsts in Charlotte, but this one makes us proud in the running community — a program most runners, and so many others, have heard of by now called Girls on the Run. It’s a popular afterschool program that allows girls to learn about inner strength, confidence, and their own health and fitness, by using running to teach …
 
Patience is a virtue, or so they say, but it's becoming an exceedingly rare quality. According to a survey of 2000 British adults, all of the luxuries of modern life have made most people incredibly impatient, across almost all aspects of their lives.In this episode we take a deep dive into our ever growing lack of patience to try to get to the bot…
 
#082 - Special Guest Former Starting NFL Offensive Lineman Terrance Pennington ! What is Desire, Eli Manning Retirement - Terrance played with him, Is Eli a Hall of Famer, Tom Brady to the Titans, Culture of Winning and Winners Mindset, Small Daily Habits to Create Momentum, Much more. 2 Rational Bastards - #2RB | Rose Garden Studios - 1/24/2020 2R…
 
Lizzie found running in her mid 20's and quickly fell in love. It became a huge part of her life as she began winning races and spending her weekends adventuring. She even met her now husband when they shared the podium together at a 50km. In May 2019 her life changed. She was diagnosed with a rare heart condition called AVRC. It's genetic conditio…
 
We know that training never stops, not even in winter — but sometimes we itch for someplace new and different to stretch our legs. If you haven’t been to the trails at the U.S. National Whitewater Center, then that is the place you’re looking for. In addition to its whitewater course and rock climbing walls, the Whitewater Center has a multitude of…
 
We are back and it feels better than ever! After a longer break than anticipated, we are back in your ears with a new episode for series 5 discussing what we've been up to and what we're looking forward to for the rest of the series. We also recollect the awesome guests we had on for series 4 so we pick our favourites and say who has inspired us th…
 
Claire started running at 17 because of insomnia and late night stress. She then found herself hooked on triathlon, completing 3 IM70.3's and an IM in her first summer. She soon qualified for Worlds and competed in both China and Sweden. Eventually, life led her to the trails. She's now completed multiple ultras including WAM100miler. We chat about…
 
If you live in Charlotte, and especially if you have a daughter in our elementary schools, you’ve probably heard of Girls on the Run – a program that started here, and encourages girls of all athletic abilities to run for fun and fitness. But did you know there is a similar program for boys? There is — and it is celebrating its 10th anniversary thi…
 
Melissa didn’t start running until she was 42. She was diagnosed with MS in her mid 20’s and her neurologist told her to exercise, but she was too busy and tired. She was on disability for about two years in her late 30’s and early 40’s, but when she started to feel better, she decided to run a marathon. She signed up, ran the race, and didn’t have…
 
Once the new year hits, many of us think about ways we can improve. Can we be better friends, better runners, better people… you name it. No matter how “good” we do things, there’s one area that most of us can probably find room for improvement— and that’s how we feed and fuel our bodies. Exercise, sleep, and diet are arguably the three legs of the…
 
I've been sitting on this episode for a little while and I'm so stoked to release it as the first episode of 2020!! I chat with Ali from the Ali on the Run Show, and she will 100% leave you with a renewed passion for running to start the New Year. She had just finished announcing for the NYC Marathon where she also snagged a new 5km PR, and you can…
 
Rae ran her first mile 6 weeks after she had her son Maverick. She found it a major struggle, but something clicked and she set the goal to run 10km before her son turned one. That came and went, and pretty soon she had the goal of running 50miles. After quite some time of trying unsuccessfully to get pregnant with baby number two, she decided to s…
 
#081 - Special Guest Scott's Daughter Lyric! We Talk Learning From the Holidays, Upcoming Schedule and Lyric's Favorite Topic - Christmas! More. 2 Rational Bastards - #2RB | Rose Garden Studios - 12/23/2019 2RB Swag http://2rbswag.com/ Follow Scott and Colin on insta https://www.instagram.com/2rationalbastards/ https://www.instagram.com/ascottmosle…
 
The holiday special is here! 6 ultra runners sit down and discuss all things life and running. We chat 2019 highlights, 2020 goals, fears, periods, ultra running husbands and a whole lot more. HASHTAGBLESSED Pargol @vancouverrunner Katie @katie_s_mills Julie @joolibert Kate @csandila Tory @to_scho Hilary @hilsport55…
 
Well this next one sounds fun… a race called, “Strip It to Give It.” Okay, I’ll let you visualize that for a moment……. then tell you, it’s probably not what you’re imagining right now (unless you’ve already heard of this race). This race, like most, involves runners stripping off articles of clothing as they go about the course… but then the clothe…
 
Tory and I catch up on life and tackle listener questions. Find out what happens when Tory doesn't race often enough and comes toe to toe with random strangers. We cover lots of great listener q's including our favourite treadmill workouts, toenails, gift guides, race day tips, and Tory debunks mom guilt. More from Tory @to_scho More from me @hilsp…
 
If you search about any road race in Charlotte, one of the first listings that pops up is the one for Run Sign Up. That’s because is one of the most popular online platforms for signing up for races and race-day tracking and scoring. The company has managed more than 20-thousand races and supported more than 8-thousand non-profits in doing so — and…
 
#080 - Letting Go of the Little Stuff, 49ers Commentator Comments Racists?, Cannonball Run, Beaten Autistic Kid Empathetic Want for Attacker, Should You Eat Before or After Exercise, Juveniles Convicted of Murder Escape, More. 2 Rational Bastards - #2RB | Rose Garden Studios - 12/6/2019 2RB Swag http://2rbswag.com/ Follow Scott and Colin on insta h…
 
Alyssa Salava started running in 8th grade and ran track and cross country throughout high school and university. She struggled with injuries during university including a multitude of stress fractures. She later learned the push to be thinner from her coaches and lack of nutrition was a huge factor in her health. She found chiropractic school and …
 
Run a marathon, drink a beer? Sure! Why not! Okay, maybe you ought to hydrate first with water, some fruit, or even your favorite sports drink. Then maybe go home and take a shower — and THEN join your friends for a beer. NoDa Brewing is one of Charlotte’s first breweries and still one of the biggest – and also happens to be a sponsor of the Novant…
 
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