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A collective of conversations that inspire, motivate, and encourage runners who know deep down that the world we want to create already exists. We all play a role in bringing it to life. Join former professional runner and life-long athlete, Tina Muir in this unique running podcast. We do not talk to professional runners about their wins or the Olympics. We do not talk about what shoes to wear or what training is best. Instead, we relate every experience back to you, and love to think hard a ...
 
The Run Wave podcast features in-person weekly interviews with a variety of runners, about topics that affect the run community. We'll have lots of laughs, address the topics the we only talk about in our group texts, you'll maybe hear a few bad words here and there, but this will be an overall positive and welcoming environment for all things running! Follow this wave that we ❤️ called running!
 
Mojo for Running Coach Debbie Voiles presents training principles and running news. From beginners to marathoners, all runners will learn how to make wise training decisions. Topics include training schedule, base building, tapering, cross training, speed work, stretching, nutrition, drills, and much more. Learn how to train smart to achieve your goals.
 
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Ashton Swinford is well known to - and well loved by - the #Running4Real Superstars. She has three-year-old twins (whom she runs with in a double stroller!), is a physical therapist, and describes herself as a “really avid runner” with a marathon PR of 2:46. She earned that PR when she won the Cleveland Marathon this year, not only coming in first …
 
What are the top 3 things you do to prevent injury? Ooof, that is a very hard question to answer! I wish it were that simple, but I will do my best. I also want to add that while this question was “top 3 things you do,” I have to be honest, I am not the best at following my own advice. This is what I would suggest, but I also recognize that I am ri…
 
Together Run means we run together, as a community, as a group. While we run separate, this will feel like you are running alongside friends. Checking in with nature, with your body, with your surroundings through our meditative start to the run, and then going into a conversational part of the run, to catch up and get to know one another more. If …
 
Philip King isn’t concerned with PRs - which is surprising, considering how fast he is, with times around 1:15 for the half marathon and 2:48 for the full. He runs for the challenge, to connect with others, and to motivate members of his community. He’s active in Black Men Run, serves on the Black Unicorn Marathoners committee, and has run in races…
 
Today on Weekly Strides, we have, as Tina says, “a weird, random episode, a one-off.” Tina is the interviewee, and long-time listeners will recognize the interviewer’s voice - it’s Jeremy Noessel, the editor for Running for Real, who used to do the intro to the podcast. At the end of 2019, Tina launched a course that she had created to help runners…
 
Together Runs are part meditation, part connecting and grounding with your body, part running with a friend. All very real, and all connected to our community. Tina takes runners through body scans, senses check ins, mental health check ins, and nature check ins to help make sure we are connected to our body, then Tina shares exciting updates, stor…
 
It started with an email. Jake Fedorowski had decided that they no longer wanted to run in races that didn’t offer a non-binary division. They would email race directors to inquire if there was an option for non-binary runners, and more often than not, the answer would be “no.” It wasn’t that race directors were unwilling; they simply had no idea w…
 
What is the longest recommended distance to do while training for a marathon? Listen here to find out the answer, and visit our website at runningforreal.com/weekly-strides-2 for complete show notes and links. Have a question about running? Ever wondered what a Running for Real guest has been up to since you heard them interviewed? Would you like t…
 
Join Tina for a Together Run from home as she takes runners through body scans, senses check ins, mental health check ins, and nature check ins. After runners are grounded and in alignment with their bodies, Tina talks to runners about updates, things she is working through, and more. It feels like you are running together. Come Join Tina for this …
 
If you’ve never heard of complete androgen insensitivity syndrome, you’re not alone. It’s one of 44 intersex variations which, although they affect up to 2 percent of the population, are rarely talked about. Jackie Green wants to change that. As a competitive runner (and Tina’s teammate) at Ferris State University, she kept quiet about having CAIS.…
 
What is the best advice you’ve received from someone in the sport? Listen here to find out the answer, and visit our website at runningforreal.com/weekly-strides-1 for complete show notes and links. Have a question about running? Ever wondered what a Running for Real guest has been up to since you heard them interviewed? Would you like to get to kn…
 
Adrianne Haslet crossed the finish line of the Boston Marathon this year alongside her coach, Shalane Flanagan, on what she called “the best day of my life.” It was the culmination of a vow she had made just five days after the 2013 Boston Marathon. She wasn’t a runner then; she was at the marathon as a spectator when a terrorist detonated a homema…
 
Ahhh it feels so good to be back recording these. This one is from the day I was meant to being my THIRD attempt at an ultra, but once again, sickness made not possible. I was a little raw on this day, and talked it through with you as I ran (and walked) up giant hills and viewed the scenery. You will hear me shift my mindset during the run and hop…
 
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