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Every week on the Ali on the Run Show, I talk with inspiring people who lead interesting lives on the run and beyond. And while running is what brings us all together, on these episodes, we're digging a little deeper. These conversations are about the decisions people have made to get where they are today, and how getting sweaty has factored in. Whether you’re on the run toward something great or away from something that’s holding you back, join me on this never-ending adventure, and let’s a ...
 
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Healthy Runner Podcast

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Healthy Runner Podcast

Duane Scotti: Physical therapist, runner, and podcaster

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Run stronger, faster, and without injuries? Yep, you don’t need to be a frustrated runner that constantly has to stop running. That’s what I am here for…to teach, educate, and interview running experts so you can stay active, stay healthy, and just keep running into your 40’s, 50’s, and beyond! Do you want to know how to shave time off your latest race PR? Do you want to continue training without having to be told to stop running in order for your injury to heal? You could be an active adult ...
 
Coaches on the Run is designed to answer all your Trail and ultra running questions. From beginner to advanced, each week we take on new questions to help lead to running success. We will also have guest appearances from the most knowledgeable and well respected professionals in the field. Our goal is to help you reach your goals. Have a great time with us learning strategies that can be applied to your individual goals, and help you become your own best running coach.
 
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Oh my… do I have a special treat for you today!!! I have listened to about 100 of her episodes during my runs and during this episode, I had the opportunity to actually sit down and chat with the one, the only, Ali Feller! Ali is the host of one of the leading running podcasts in the world, the Ali on the Run podcast and creator of the Ali on the R…
 
EPISODE 100 is here! This week we are turning the tables and our behind the scenes podcast editor Allie Eldridge takes to the mic to interview the one and only, founder of SPARK Healthy Runner, Dr. Duane Scotti! We are so excited to have Duane on the other side of the mic to tell his story of how he started running, how SPARK Healthy Runner has bec…
 
Photo by Stone Malick. “I just started to leap — like a prancing dancer across one of the intersections. And the crowd just lit up and went crazy… And I realized, this is fun!” There were more than 30,000 runners at this year's New York City Marathon. But it feels safe to say that no one had more fun on that course than professional runner and Olym…
 
“I just had to keep moving forward… I never let myself stop and wallow in it, because I was afraid that if I did, I’d never stop. I just had to keep going. So I did.” Lara Kondor is — and always has been — tough. She's a 46-year-old ultra-running mom of three who lives in New Hampshire, and on this episode, she talks about how she found running, an…
 
“If I can make someone else get comfortable and they can get the help they need, that seems like mission accomplished to me.” Grayson Murphy just may be the most versatile professional runner in the country right now. This year alone, Grayson has taken home wins on the trails, the track, and the roads. She won Saucony's Fast Future 10K in Germany, …
 
Do you want to get faster as a runner? Let’s be honest...who doesn’t? We are talking about using strides as a tool to practice running fast in small chunks so you can get good at running fast later on in your training. Learn why these are a great way to improve your running form and speed. In this episode, our very own Healthy Runner Coach Whitney …
 
"There was never a low point for me. Is that weird?!" Two weeks before this year's New York City Marathon, Elyse Kopecky was on the Ali on the Run Show with best friend Shalane Flanagan, talking all about their NYC Marathon plans and dreams, and about the release of their third cookbook, Rise & Run. Now, Elyse is back — and she's officially a marat…
 
"I just loved what I saw. I felt seen. I felt heard. There were so many people that looked like me, or they had similar journeys. They were in a transitional point in their lives, and fitness was part of that. So I just kept coming back." This week on the Everyday Runner series, meet Adalgisa (best known as "Lisa") Rivera. Not only did Lisa and I r…
 
"This was something I would never pass up. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime to document these moments." Cortney White has a unique lens on the running world — literally. Cortney is a professional photographer who just spent the past two months on the road with Shalane Flanagan, documenting every step of her Project Eclipse journey. On this episod…
 
Tempo running, or the threshold pace runs are an important component in any runner's training plan, but what is it actually? Kristin Schulz will explain what a tempo or threshold pace run is, and how you can use it in your weekly running to run faster on your journey of becoming a lifelong injury free runner! Kristen Schulz is a runner, running coa…
 
"My whole life, I didn’t think I was funny or anything. So when people say that, or when they say I inspire them, my brain is immediately like, 'No, no you don't, don’t listen, they’re lying!' The New York City Marathon completely changed that for me. Meeting people in person for the first time…it really made it real for me." She's baaaaack — and t…
 
“Running doesn’t break us. It teaches us to bend.” By very popular demand: Welcome to Season 2 of The Everyday Runner series! For the next five weeks, we'll hear from runners who are just like you and me. They are women who love running and who care about it deeply — but they don't do this professionally, and they have jobs, families, responsibilit…
 
“I really want to represent the country, and I want to make that the focus of my entire year.” Last month, Emma Bates was among the thousands of runners who ran the Chicago Marathon on a very hot, very humid day. But the weather didn't bring her down: Emma finished second that day, earning herself a spot on the podium and a new personal best time i…
 
“I love what I do. I didn’t know any of these jobs existed a few years ago. I didn’t know I could be a podcaster, I didn’t know I could be a race announcer. Now that I’m not only doing them, but I feel really fulfilled…and I know that can be fleeting. So I’m really basking in it.” After more than 700 days, the TCS New York City Marathon was back th…
 
"I wasn't going to let a few bad laps on a circle in Asia redefine how I feel about myself. And I've been that way with the good things, too. The last Olympics, I was on a circle in South America and it went differently, it went great. And it's fun, and it's way more fun to do well, but also, this is a game. I'm choosing to commit my life to this g…
 
"I don’t 'have it all.' I have toilet paper in my pocket for Crohn’s disease emergencies." Welcome to Ask Ali, a twice-a-month series where I answer all of your questions. This time around, we’ve got listener questions about "having it all," wedding planning, early morning races, podcast sponsorship, and more. Thanks to everyone who called in for t…
 
"I can do this. I am more capable than I give myself credit for. I can bet on myself. I can show up on race day, on that start line, and be confident in what I’ve done and know there’s no reason why I can’t go out there and have the race of my life." The last time Laura Thweatt was on the Ali on the Run Show, she had just finished fifth at the U.S.…
 
We have a very special guest with us today. Dr. Stefanie Flippin is not only a true expert in the foot and ankle working as a surgeon, clinician, and practice owner but she also a professional ultrarunner for HOKA, run coach, and the 2021 USATF 100 mile national champion and course record holder! This conversation was such a treat as Stefanie may b…
 
"You’re honestly doing a really good job. I know all you see is all the ways you think you’re failing. But I promise, you’re doing OK, and no one has it all figured out, despite what you see on Instagram! Stop scrolling. Read a book." In 2019, I interviewed Dr. Abby Bales — a pelvic floor physical therapist and the owner and founder of Reform Physi…
 
"It’s been fun to stand on the start line with really good friends and just feel like we’re a team, in this together." Shalane Flanagan and Elyse Kopecky are best friends — best friends who run, bake, and co-author best-selling cookbooks together! On this episode, Shalane and Elyse are here to talk about their latest cookbook (available now!), Rise…
 
How to PR your first Boston marathon may be something that sounds impossible! That is what our Healthy Runner coach Lu did for the 2021 Boston marathon! In this episode, coach Lu provides his reflective thoughts and lessons learned from his amazing feat, crushing a sub 3 hour marathon personal best during his first Boston marathon. Coach Lu talks a…
 
“You have to honor the race by going and trying to do the best you possibly can.” In December 2019, three men — Menso de Jong, Chris Stehula, and Ken Rakestraw — led 72 women to Olympic Trials qualifying times at the California International Marathon. Soon after, they came on the Ali on the Run Show to share their stories. Before CIM, neither Menso…
 
“It was a win-win either way. If they go with me, they’re running my race, and that’s great. And if they don’t go with me, I have a huge lead at Boston, and that’s pretty awesome, too!” If you watched the 2021 Boston Marathon, you got to know CJ Albertson — or at least his face — pretty well. That's because CJ, who runs professionally for Brooks Ru…
 
“I think being sensitive can be a strength in many ways. It’s OK to be sensitive. It’s OK to be emotional. It’s OK to have feelings. It’s OK to care.” Welcome to Ask Ali, a twice-a-month series where I answer all of your questions. This time around, we’ve got listener questions about Center Stage (best movie ever), my ideal desserts, recent impulse…
 
“I hope that brands see the value in me and my future in running and what I have to offer to the running community.” On October 11, Nell Rojas ran her fourth marathon. In her Boston Marathon debut, Nell finished sixth overall, ran a personal best time of 2:27, and was the first American woman across the finish line. We heard from Nell before the ra…
 
Are you constantly suffering a running injury that causes you to stop running and then when you are starting to feel good again and start running you get another injury? Do you think you are old and slow and have never been an athlete so you wonder if you should even be trying to run? Do you think you can’t do hard stuff and your mind becomes the b…
 
“I just turned around and it was like, oh man, I’m an Olympic photographer. With that one click.” Jason Suarez — also known as @notafraid2fail — is one of the best, most sought-after photographers in running today. He has shot nearly every track and field event, every major marathon, and every athlete you know, love, and follow in this sport. And w…
 
“In my gut, I knew my life was about to change.” Shayla Martin has a lot to celebrate right now. First, her 43rd birthday. Then, a spontaneous experience dancing onstage at a concert with Diplo. And, perhaps most importantly, her three-year anniversary of being cancer-free. On this episode, meet two-time marathoner Shayla Martin, a woman who is alw…
 
Did you just run a race? Did it feel euphoric? It could have been a marathon, a half marathon, or a 5k and it was the climax of your training! It was the moment you had circled on your calendar and the moment that kept you motivated to get in those hard training runs and workouts that you didn’t want to do sometimes. You have dedicated a significan…
 
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