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Best Hilary Spires podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Hilary Spires podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Kate is a rockstar runner and overall human. She found trail running as a young adult and quickly became successful at long distances including a 1st female finish at Echo Valley 100km, and qualifying for Boston in her first ever road race, the BMO Vancouver Marathon. We chat about losing yourself for a few years after high school and then finding …
 
Welcome to our first episode around mental health with Tory. As a counsellor, Tory works with youth, families, and adults integrating physical movement with evidence-based psychotherapeutic methods to help prevent, manage, and treat mental illness. Today we look at questions around comparison, weight gain, bedtime and feeling guilty. Email her Tory…
 
Filsan Abdiaman is a Fitness Professional, Brazillian jiu-jitsu enthusiast, ultra-runner and Brooks Running Canada Brand Ambassador. She discovered her passion for running as a form of therapy to deal with depression and anxiety attacks after a breakup in 2013. Now racing ultras and drawing attention to mental health (and recently, eating disorders…
 
Struggling with your quarantine fitness? I chat with the multitalented Meghan Burrows about all things at home workouts. Meghan started Personal Training while at Wilfrid Laurier University in 2012. After graduating with a Biology Degree, she pursued training full time in Vancouver, pulled to the West Coast by the mountains. She currently splits he…
 
When Lacey was 28 she was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and that became her go big or go home moment. Instead of letting her diagnoses win, she decided to start running. She's now trained through her treatments for her first half marathon, 50km, 50mile, and most recently a 100km! Lacey is one badass runner. More from Lacey @laceybuch…
 
Feeling down? Here, have some Tory! We discuss the silver lining to all this and how to stay positive during these different times. We also get into some great listener questions about how to stay motivated, how to handle your schedule if all of your races are pushed back to the same month, and if training on HR is the best method. More from Me @hi…
 
Beck is such a gem! Our second Australian guest shares her story of finding the trails and satisfying a craving that was so much more than just racing. She ran her first trail marathon with no support crews, no attention, no correspondence, and it was hard as hell, and she loved it. She's now run multiple ultras including Western States, UTMB, and …
 
Finally an episode we all needed, Tory debunks imposter syndrome and teaches us how to beat the voice in our heads. Other great questions include the best way to safely build volume and speed so you can nail training injury free, and what your longest training day should be for long distance races. Find me @hilsport55 and Tory @to_scho Use code TRW…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 …
 
Lori Mitchener recently came 1st female at Keys 100, getting herself an entry into Badwater. The only problem? The Keys was her first 100 mile race, and Badwater requires you have successfully completed at least 3 x 100 mile races. Naturally she immediately signed up for another race, Pinecreek 100. She won again, this time overall. She now has to …
 
Jennifer Butz is a 41 year old from Atlanta who started running 5 years ago and never looked back. She's now completed half marathons, marathons, Ironman70.3, and most recently a 50km in the trails. Jen has an impressive ability to mentally handle everything from tough training schedules and long races, to body shaming while training. Listen in to …
 
Kristie is a Physiotherapist with a special interest in pelvic health and pain science. Her goal is to give both men and women the opportunity to learn, breathe, exercise, and ask questions in a safe, supportive space. We discuss all things pelvic health related including how to properly do a Kegel, preventative measures and postpartum rehab. Here …
 
Alyssa is a single mom of 3 young kids, a PHD candidate, and an accomplished runner. She received her bachelor's degree in 2015, the same year then President Obama came to her university to respond in person to a letter she wrote to him. She immediately enrolled in a two year MA program for fall 2015 at the same university and in 2016 enrolled in a…
 
Jenny recently crushed the Squamish 50/50, where she won overall, was on the podium both days, and beat the course record by 40 minutes. Jenny talks about her jump in the last few years from learning how to run ultra distances to deciding to race them hard. Learn how she handles tough moments when her brain tells her, "to stop and cry." She's now s…
 
Tory and I finally get together for our first recording in person! This episode is dedicated to beginner questions and answers. Can you botox your sweat glands shut? We discuss our best nutrition hacks and how to increase calories with new distances, ramping up to a new distance, how to get started, and what to do if you accidentally get shin splin…
 
Lizzy grew up in a great community with a supportive family, but like many of us she faced a hard time fitting in during high school. She struggled with severe anorexia and negative relationships that continued into university. During hard times she found peace walking in the forest near her school. Those walks turned into runs, and shortly after s…
 
Lydia is a PhD Candidate in Soil Science and Environmental Microbiology at the University of Arizona, with a minor in American Indian Policy and emphasis on science communication. Lydia has been running about half her life, and often incorporates soil knowledge into her social media posts to increase awareness about soil science, and Indigenous kno…
 
Tory and I chat for the first time since the arrival of Baker! This episode gets into the benefits of exercise during birth and postpartum, body image, and a fair bit of ridiculous banter. We answered a few listener questions that have been on theme lately including how to find your tribe, anxieties when you're new to trail running, and jumping up …
 
Mary was a road runner, sticking to half marathons and marathons while raising two young kids with her running partner and husband. Approaching her 40th birthday in 2013, she thought she would celebrate with another race. She had hoped to run the NYC marathon but didn’t get in the lottery. Before she could plan an alternate race, Mary’s her world c…
 
Shantelle is a 33 year old from Manchester UK who is not afraid to stand out in a crowd. She has completed two half marathons backwards, both times for bullying charities. She held Guinness World Record for the fastest female to complete a half marathon backwards from March 2017- Jan 2019 in a time of 2:27:09. She created the Retro Mile event after…
 
Nicola Gildersleeve grew up an athlete, but didn't discover her natural talent for running until she was a young adult. She faced some serious adversity while playing basketball at college, battling eating disorders and bad relationships, but was able to find her way out through running. She began on the roads with little training, and eventually r…
 
Jen Scotney has spent years working her way up as a human rights lawyer, while dominating ultra marathons at the same time. After a few too many bouts of chronic fatigue she has decided to take the plunge and switch careers. She talks about how she got to that decision and the guts it takes to make the change. Jen's highlights include podiums at 2 …
 
Training can be so much fun until you're an IPOS. Tory and I chat about life as a runner with an injury, life as a runner in my 'condition', and how to survive when your friends aren't runners. We answer listener questions on how to train for a hilly race while living in the flatlands, and what to do about post race insomnia. Keep sending questions…
 
Jess Mullen is a seriously badass runner who is not afraid to tell you like it is. Jess started running ultras in 2007 and realized this was her place. She's a second half runner, so the longer the better. She's run countless trail races including over 46 x 100 milers, ending up on the podium multiple times. She's also a registered dietitian and wa…
 
Hailey Van Dyk is an ER Nurse, Adventurer, Rep for the Coastal Challenge Race, Co-owner of of Chakra Eco, and successful trail runner. Oh, and she's not even 30 years old. Hailey is a well known runner in the trail community, so it was a ton of fun to get a behind the scenes chat on her life before running, how she got to where she is, and dealing …
 
At only 27 years old Acadia is both an experienced ultra runner and a midwife. In this episode she gets honest about her struggles to get where she is today, including anxiety, concussions, and disordered eating. Through it all running was what she depended on, and like many of us she now uses it as her staple self care. Acadia is driven, ambitious…
 
You'd never know Brooke was such a stud unless you looked her up. The modest athlete has been the female multi- Grouse Grind record holder for 2 years, recently breaking her own record by completing the 853 meter (2800 feet) climb 18 times in one day. Brooke grew up an athlete playing a variety of sports, and eventually went to the NCAA for rowing.…
 
Abi used to hate running. In fact, she'd go as far as say loathe. When she was a kid, she hid behind trees to get out of it. Fast-forward 17 years, and after making it through High School, Uni and three years in London fairly unscathed, she moved to Fernie BC. She moved there for one winter to ski, and discovered a whole lot more – and ironically, …
 
Tory is back! We get caught up on recent trips and running events and dive into listener questions. This episode tackles how to handle the heat, how to recover after a big event, and weight loss goals. Keep sending your questions in to ruggedconditioning@gmail.com To work with Tory, email her at tory.jade@gmail.com To work with me: ruggedconditioni…
 
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