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Best Matt Chittim podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Matt Chittim podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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A podcast about dedicated and motivated amateur runners who are working hard to get better and achieving inspirational results.
 
The Road to the Olympics Trials podcast features eight elite runners, four men and four women, who are excited about pulling back the curtain and being open and honest about their training, racing, and goals in their lead-up to the Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta in February, 2020. The athletes who will be sharing their journey are Jared Ward, Kellyn Taylor, Roberta Groner, Parker Stinson, Lou Serafini, Sarah Bishop, John Raneri, and Dr. Stefanie Flippin.
 
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From professional fighter with multiple black belts to a dedicated runner, that is a transition that I could not wait to hear about. Amy Mangueira did just that and her story is fascinating. We talk about how and why she entered the fight game, comparing the training between the two sports, raising a child who is interested in the former, and all t…
 
It was an honor to have Rachel Schilkowsky back on the Rambling Runner Podcast. I don’t know anybody who is more introspective and self-aware than Rachel. Not only that, but she is an elite runner who took a circuitous route to where she is now. In this episode, we talk about her journey with disordered eating, therapy, and some breaking news regar…
 
Jennifer Hughes is on a mission. A mission to OTQ. At the 2019 Houston Marathon her journey began as she ran a disappointing 2:51. Her quest them took her to the Chicago Marathon then the California International Marathon, where she ran a heart-breaking 2:45:28. Just 28 seconds off her goal! This 41 year old mother of four has one final chance, and…
 
In the second episode of Re-Run, David Roche joins the show to talk about the men’s 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials. We discuss the consistent pre-race speculation that didn’t turn out to be quite right, Tyler Penney’s epic move that broke the race apart, the complete lack of shoe talk, Galen and Meb’s dust-up, Kara Goucher‘s “Justice is coming” fores…
 
Four and a half years ago, Mitch Ammons made a decision to completely change his life and get sober. He had used heroin and other hard drugs from the age of 19 to 26. Using completely numbed his pain, but the truth was, he was hopeless. Mitch started running two years ago and now he is a sub-2:30 marathoner and on a mission to qualify for the Olymp…
 
What a year 2019 was for Katrina Spratford. Katrina, who had specialized in cross-country after college, battled injuries throughout, and preceding, the build-up to her marathon debut at the California International Marathon. She fought through them all to make it to the starting line only to face a new set of challenges. Ultimately, she reached he…
 
“Re-Run,” the newest running podcast from the Rambling Runner Podcast Network, features Matt Chittim and a group of running elites, media members, and coaches discussing classic races that love to revisit again and again. In this episode, Carrie Tollefson and Jen Rhines join the show to talk about the women’s 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials. We talk a…
 
2020 is upon us. A new year and a new decade. In this episode I speak with two people, David Roche and Teri Hutcheon, who share the goal setting methodologies that have helped them reach new levels of success and happiness. David is one of the best coaches and trail runners in the country and works with dozens of elite athletes. Teri transitioned f…
 
Ann Mazur just capped a decade of non-traditional training by qualifying for the Olympic Trials at the California International Marathon with a time of 2:44:45. Ann had a successful college running career at Notre Dame where she teamed up with Molly Huddle. That is also when she started to dabble in yoga. Ann started to become a devoted yoga practi…
 
One thing that all runners love is running shoes and nobody reviews them better than the folks at Believe in the Run. Thomas Neuberger and Robbe Reddinger join me to discuss: - Favorite 2019 shoes for easy runs, workouts, short races, marathons - Shoes they’re most excited about in 2020 in those categories - Their favorite shoes that are about to b…
 
From collegiate runner, to non-runner, to the podium at the California International Marathon as a masters runner. Meriah Earle ran a 2:34:35 am to finish third at CIM and she is just getting started. She went into the race hoping to get an OTQ. It turns out, she was ready for much, much more. Meriah‘s resurgence isn’t nearly amazing in her own rig…
 
Haley Chura is a certified badass. After turning pro in triathlon several years ago she has won races at the full and half Ironman distances. In 2015, she was sidelined from doing running workouts for a year and a half after a devastating crash on her bike three weeks before the Ironman World Championships. This year she decided to make a run at th…
 
Last weekend C.J. Albertson finished in a close second place at the California International Marathon with a personal best 2:13:40 - a mere four seconds behind Elisha Barno. C.J. has had a remarkable year including setting the world record in the indoor marathon and a mammoth training sessions (including a 30 mile training run three weeks before CI…
 
I’ve recorded nearly 300 podcasts in my life and this episode with Peter Bromka was the most emotional and insightful one that I’ve ever done. Peter just ran 2:19:02 at the California International Marathon to nearly miss the Olympic Trials qualifying standard. That heartbreaking fact does not come close to telling the whole story. Peter is not onl…
 
Who doesn’t love a comeback story? Amazingly, Laura Thweatt has two of them. After four years at Colorado University that didn’t progress the way she hoped, Laura seriously considered stopping her running career. Luckily she did not. She quickly rose to the top of the sport with wonderful performances in cross country and on the roads. After a fabu…
 
There are as many different running stories as there are runners, but Seth Baird’s path to the sport is more unusual than most. Up until three years ago Seth was working hard to pursue professional body building - the literal opposite of what he is doing now. After a serious injury, and a dalliance with performance enhancers, Seth picked up running…
 
Jared Ward once again proved himself worthy on the highest stage. At the TCS NYC Marathon, Jared Ward clocked a 2:10:45 on his way to a sixth place finish. This fantastic time on a challenging course showed, once again, showed that Jared will be a favorite to finish in the top three at the Olympic Trials in February. In this episode Jared details h…
 
For the last 10 years, Meghann Featherstun has been working with people to help them find their happy place with nutrition, exercise, body composition, and in life. She specializes in sports performance nutrition, pre- and postnatal nutrition, family nutrition, and with a heavy background in clinical nutrition can help athletes manage their medical…
 
It was great to catch-up with Kellyn Taylor after her recent performance at the TCS NYC Marathon. Kellyn finished finished just behind fellow U.S. elite marathoner Desiree Linden for seventh place , crossing the line in 2:26:52. This was the fifth fastest time by an American in NYC Marathon history. In this episode, we talk about her great race, ho…
 
One of the many unintended positive benefits of hosting the Rambling Runner Podcast is how it has helped improve life. As a constant work-in-progress, I need all the help I can get. Thankfully, the last 100 guests have provided countless insights and hard-won knowledge. Here is some that has had a significant impact on my life. --- This episode is …
 
At the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon Dr. Stefanie Flippin was ready to put it down and earn her Olympic Trials Qualifying time. Unfortunately, the weather didn’t cooperate and she was unable to reach this amazing goal. Stefanie was so effected by the cold weather and brutal winds that she could barely remember what transpired over the final six …
 
What’s better than seeing someone reach a goal they have spent years trying to accomplish? That’s exactly what Lou Serafini did at the TCS NYC Marathon. In his seventh marathon he battled cramps and a grueling 23rd mile to a stellar 2:16 finish. In this episode, Lou details his mental, physical, and emotional push to the finish. This episode is spo…
 
The elusive sub-3:00 marathon is something that only the top 1% of women runners strive for. So what happens when a team of like-minded women come together, at one race, supported by some of the best running brands and coaches in the country? Lift.Run.Perform launched Project: Breaking 3 - a small, application-based group program, organized for tho…
 
In this episode we welcome former professional runner, and a member of the New York City and Chicago Marathon broadcast teams, Carrie Tollefson. She breaks down both major marathons and provides her early insight into some of the top contenders for the Olympic Trials. It’s always a blast speaking with Carrie whose expertise for the sport is matched…
 
In 2016, Carly Spataro was living a relatively sedentary lifestyle after years of playing soccer. By the end of 2017 she had run five marathons and improved her time from her debut 3:49 to 3:14. Needless to say, she was hooked. This last month Carly did the seemingly impossible for an amateur runner who works full-time as a pharmacist - she ran bot…
 
It’s been a long road for John Raneri to realize his potential in the marathon. At the TCS NYC Marathon John did just that. 2:14:13, 15th Place overall, and 5th American. This huge performance was matched only by his excitement to finally get the marathon monkey off of his back. In this episode, we take a look at how his training evolved this year,…
 
She did it! With her stellar performance at the TVS NYC Marathon last Sunday, Roberta successfully completed the marathon double that many thought was too much, too soon. Five weeks before NYC she ran the marathon at the World Championships in Doha. After a quick recovery period she stepped to the line in New York and dropped a 2:30:12 to finish as…
 
This coming weekend is the CNO Financial Indianapolis Monumental Marathon and Dr. Stefanie Flippin Is ready to roll. She is on a mission to earn her Olympic Trials qualifying time of sub-2:45 In this episode she talks about how she is feeling in all areas heading into the race. We also hear from her coach, Heather McKirdy, who analyzes how far Stef…
 
Megan is a legend. She was the 2016 USATF Trail Runner of the Year at the ultra and sub-ultra distances. She is a five-time national champion, the North American Mountain Running Champion, and a six-time member of Team USA. She graduated from Duke University, where she played field hockey before running cross country for one year, with a degree in …
 
TCS New York City Marathon week is upon us and it is sure to be an amazing race. In this episode we hear from Kellyn Taylor, Roberta Groner, Jared Ward, John Raneri, and Lou Serafini. Each of them discuss their current fitness level, injury status, mental and emotional frame of mind, mantras and motivations, and goals for the race. --- This episode…
 
TCS New York City Marathon week is upon us and it is sure to be an amazing race. In this episode we hear from Kellyn Taylor, Roberta Groner, Jared Ward, John Raneri, and Lou Serafini. Each of them discuss their current fitness level, injury status, mental and emotional frame of mind, mantras and motivations, and goals for the race. --- This episode…
 
Five years ago Sarah Horbol was running 25 miles a week in preparation for her first marathon. Today she has won several marathons and half-marathons. In this episode we talk about this amazing progression and how she is preparing for the Olympic Trials. This episode is sponsored by InsideTracker. In an era where there are more diet plans than peop…
 
He did it! Parker Stinson has been open and honest about his goal of breaking 2:11 in the marathon for two years. Last weekend at the Chicago marathon he turned that vision into a reality. He was one of 10 American men to break 2:12 in a phenomenal group performance. In this episode, we talk about all that, how it feels to get the monkey off his ba…
 
Rachel Brenke had a newborn son, her husband was just deployed, and she wanted more. Next step: law school and entrepreneurship! 10 years later she faced a similar situation. Two degrees, five kids, and zero time for herself. Next step: become a triathlete! Rachel not only knows the legal ins-and-outs of running a business but she has a pulse on th…
 
I was so exited to get Alissa Kolarik on the show because I can’t get enough of comeback stories. In the same vein, I also love stories about people who buck conventional wisdom and find a better path for them. Alissa embodied both of these ideas on her way to a huge PR of 3:05:20 at the Berlin Marathon. In this episode, Alissa discusses her windin…
 
Matt Llano came away from the Berlin Marathon with a lifetime personal best of 2:11:14. A time that shows the promise he's been waiting to demonstrate since he ran his precious PR, again in Berlin, four years ago. The past three years have included serious struggles. Coming back from injury and major surgery (labrum and pelvis) and working through …
 
The only thing better than seeing someone achieve a dream is having an opportunity to speak with them afterwards. Carly Gill ran the race of her life at the Berlin Marathon with an Olympic Trials Qualifying time 2:42. Carly is the personification of energy and enthusiasm and it was wonderful to hear about her training, approaching running with joy,…
 
Kyle Merber is a professional runner specializing in the mile and the race director of the Long Island Mile - one of the most unique track meets in the country. In this episode we talk about the how he created an elite event featuring some of the nations best runners (Emma Coburn, Molly Huddle, Emily Sisson, Cory McGee, Nikki Hiltz, Brenda Martinez…
 
In this episode we welcome back John Raneri after two stellar performances. He recently competed in the Crim and Surf City 10 milers. While both races are quite different, John performed well in both. After we talk about each race, and the preparations that went into both, we take a deep dive into his racing mentality and how he fights through pain…
 
Roberta Groner’s amazing world championship marathon performance in Doha, Qatar by the stats: - 90 degrees and 73% humidity - 6th place finish - First American - 2:38:34 - One of only 40 finishers of the 68 entrants - Six laps of a 7k course - One core temperature measurement pill Roberta had an unbelievable race in the most grueling event that she…
 
Within three years of starting running Hannah Johnson has improved by leaps and bounds. From breaking the 30 minutes in the 5k to cranking out a 1:38 in the half marathon this fall. All the while, raising a one and three year old and teaching at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. She even worked through a stress reaction during her fir…
 
Lindsay Crouse is an editor, producer, and writer at the New York Times. A native Rhode Islander, she ran cross country and track at Harvard before landing at The Times. This spring her work was the talk of the sports world. She helped she’d light on how Nike was not guaranteeing female athletes a salary during their pregnancies or immediately afte…
 
When we last spoke to Sarah Bishop she was starting her journey into triathlon after a short build up that followed a string of injuries. She quickly evolved from an athlete who purchased her first road bike in February to one of the top amateur triathletes in the world. That’s right, in the world. In this episode, we talk about her finishes listed…
 
In this episode Julie Sapper talks about something that affects us all - bouncing back from injury. We discuss all things about mindset, planning and execution that got Julie back on the road very quickly. In the spring Julie tore her meniscus as she was preparing for the Boston Marathon. Then, Julie hit the comeback trail in time for a Last Chance…
 
People like Aly Groft was the reason the Rambling Runner Podcast was created. At the Erie Marathon last week Aly got her fourth consecutive Boston qualifying time. Thankfully, it was her first time getting far enough under the qualifying time to run the race. That’s right, she had three straight BQ’s but none fast enough to register. Her commitment…
 
Aaron Truesdale has gone from a self-described “band geek“ to a sub elite marathoner in five short years. This amazing transformation needs to be heard to be believed. Even with his lightning fast speed, what really moves Aaron is the connection to others that he gets through running in his native San Diego. One of those connections is with his mot…
 
What a difference a week makes. In consecutive weeks Parker Stinson ran the Crim 10 Miler in the USATF 20K Championship. The beginning of this doubleheader did not go well. In this episode, Parker details, with brutal honesty, exactly what went wrong in the first race and how he corrected it in the second. This episode is sponsored by InsideTracker…
 
Whether it was as a Marine, Spartan Death Race finisher, or an ultra marathoner, Billy Richards is the personification of persistence. In 2019 he embarked on a new mission: Break the world record for most 100-mile races in a calendar year. The current record is 41 and Billy is well on his way. He‘s completed 25 which means he has 17 to go - with 17…
 
The last time we checked in Dr. Stefanie Flippin she was feeling good and ready to embark on a summer filled with speed-work. Quickly thereafter she was slowed by an unidentified feeling. She just wasn’t herself and couldn’t hit her normal paces in workouts. In this episode we talk about what she was dealing with, how she worked through it, and exa…
 
Alison Wade is single-handedly improving the running community. Her Fast Women newsletter is a staple of any running fan’s weekly reading. In this episode we dive into Alison‘s running, coaching, and media history. All of these layers of contributed to the formation of a wonderful person who is doing amazing things. Here is a description of her wor…
 
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