OCR Weekly Show Oct 18, 2021
Spartan Georgia Recap. Spartan Blue Mountain Set Up. Spartan Games Days 1 and 2. Lawnmower update.
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Spartan Georgia Recap. Spartan Blue Mountain Set Up. Spartan Games Days 1 and 2. Lawnmower update.
Physical therapist, Jessica Cozine-Lehman, earned her undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ and her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Regis University in Denver, CO in 2004. She joined at Great Moves in 2005, and became a partner in 2009.She has continued her education in many areas, including manual therapy, women’s health and sport-specific rehabilitation (cycling, running, and triathlon). Jessica had the honor of going to the Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece in 2004 as a therapist for the Cycling Team.Jessica has been a member of the since 2001. She has enjoyed volunteering for the Colorado Chapter of the APTA since 2002, and currently serves on the Colorado APTA Board. She is also the Co-Chair of the Professional Development Committee and serves on the Colorado delegation at the National House of Delegates. She is honored to have received the Bob Doctor Service Award in 2008 and was named the Outstanding Physical Therapist of the Year in 2014 by the Colorado APTA.Information on coaching-Twitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
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Big week coming at you as we talk to the new King of London and 2:12 man, Phil Sesemann. We chat about his build up, what it was like on race day, plus get the scoop on his big new sponsorship deal with dog food brand Skinners. Matt has been getting stuck into some sewing this week, trying to repair a coat or something along those lines. He's already back knocking out sub 5 minute pace tempos, that's despite consuming a Lindor ball or two a day. Josh is back in Peterborough and completed his first week of running post marathon. He's on a mission to get hench this winter, so has been frequenting a friends local gym, but worrying has been doing his exercises in just a pair of lycra shorts and a pair of Invicibles. Aaron is also on the road to recovery and completed a week of over 50 miles at an average of sub 7s! He's delighted to have Josh back in town, but is worried that Josh is in fact the mystery fly tipper of Wrexham and brought his dirty habit across the country with him. There's the usual listener questions and news roundups, where the boys divert onto many tangents, such as how long to moths coccoon for? Have a terrible week, people. IJP 😉 (Matt's emoji of choice)
Coming soon- a little thing I have been working on. Honestly, I am so far out of my comfort zone. I have been talking into a mic for 30 years. But in terms of equipment and setting this podcast up, I am a complete fish out of water. Then there are the nerves that nobody will want to listen to a podcast based around running. I love running. Marathons in particular. In this weekly podcast I’ll chat with others who like to run- some guests will be people you know already, others will just people cool people who I know that identify as runners. even if you are not a runner, I promise the chats will be engaging, interesting and fun. Give it a go! You can always unsubscribe if it’s not your thing.
Hello Runners, Live races! Two USA major marathons, (Chicago) and (Boston), are in the history books. (Denver's Colfax Marathon) this weekend and (NYC Marathon) around the corner. What a great feeling if you are a runner! I completed my first race in over two years, the (Denver Hot Chocolate 15k). What a perfect day, great weather, lots of runners, finish line fun, and I exceeded my goal expectation. I'll take this high to the (Colfax Half-Marathon) this Saturday and hope I do ok. And if not, so what, it's a live race. I want to be a part of it no matter how I do. You will enjoy this episode. First, I have a surprise discussion with mother and son (Karen Ostlund) and (Al Balmer), former guests on my podcast. They both completed the 2021 Boston Marathon Monday, and we had a brief discussion on their experience. We also explore three stories; one is tips for if you are either starting or need a motivational boost to get started. Another is for runners approaching or are already in their later years. Is it necessarily true that you will slow down due to age? Find out! And a story about runners, including myself, that have or are running a marathon in all 50 States. You will enjoy these stories! Congratulations to each of you that have run completed your fall race, and if you still have one in sight, good luck! We want to hear about your fall 2021 race experience. Just go to (feelgoodrunning.com/myrace). There are instructions and a link that you can record a little about your race experience. I'll put a group of them together in a future episode. Your experience in your own words will motivate other runners! If you know someone with a unique running story, please feel free to share it with me. You can Email it to me at [email protected] Thank you for listening to the Feel Good Running Podcast, and please share this with your running friends and on your social media platforms. I would very much appreciate it. And please get on our mailing list. I will send out two Emails per month to announce new episodes and items of interest, all about running. You can sign up by Clicking (HERE!) Train hard, run harder, and be well. And remember to be kind to others, even if some are not kind to you. It's good for the heart, mind, and soul and helps make this crazy world a better place. It's the right thing to do! ~ Jim Show Timestamps [00:32] - Host Jim Lynch Open [02:40] - Discussion with 2021 Mother and Son Boston Marathon finishers, Karen Ostlund and Al Balmer [14:46] - Tips and Motivation to get off the couch and running for new and seasoned runners [21:48] - Running a marathon in all 50 States [29:55] - Keep the running fire burning as you age. You can stay fast! [35:30] - Inspirational Running Quote/Jim episode close Show Notes (Karen Ostlund) and (Al Balmer) - Listen to their Feel Good Running past episodes Where to start and stay motivated - (4 keys to make running a habit) (article -Brittany Hambleton) - (Running quotes for beginners) (article - (Run for good) - (Christine Luft))...
Our guest on this episode is Jacki Quinlan, Director of Youth Programs for Sports Backers. Jacki leads programs and events that create active living opportunities for thousands of kids across the Richmond region on an annual basis. She has spent most of her career working in youth programming and is a dedicated advocate for creating equity through active living. It was great to learn more about her work, her experiences, and her own active living pursuits, including an upcoming marathon and ultramarathon. You can learn more about the events we discussed, including Marathon Jr. and the Fall Fit Club, as well as Kids Run RVA, NextUp, and the Scholar Athlete Awards, at sportsbackers.org, or follow @KidsRunRVA and @SportsBackers on social media. As always, thanks for tuning in!
We don't even know where to start with Amby Burfoot. He was the winner for the 1968 Boston Marathon. He was the Editor of Runners World magazine for decades and he perfected the pace chart that you probably use in your marathon training plan. To top it off, he's also an amazing human being. This week we discuss the Portland Marathon, how the Original Crazies did in their race and the joys of volunteering at a marathon when injuries sideline you.
In this episode, Emma sits down with TikTok star and pro runner Dana Giordano for a chat about being a competitive runner in the media side of the sport. Dana talks about her life now after a frustrating Olympic Trials and what she sees herself doing over the next few months with all of her platforms. You can find Emma on Instagram at @emmaabrahamson and on her YouTube Channel. Follow Convos Over Cold Brew Podcast on Instagram at @convosovercoldbrewpod. Subscribe to Dana's podcast More Than Running and follow Dana on Instagram and Tiktok!Click here to shop Convos Over Cold Brew merchandise!Advertising Inquiries: <a href=' & Opt-Out: <a href='
Just over a month ago, Doug Zinis took on a double Bob Graham Round. The Bob Graham is a 66 miles (106 km) route with 26,900 feet (8,200 m) of ascent which Doug completed before turning around and returning on the same route to his start/finish point in Keswick. Doug managed this feat in 45hrs and 3 minutes, a new fastest known time for the challenge. In this episode we chat to Doug about taking up running at 28, his journey into ultra-running and the planning that goes into this kind of challenge.
It's been a long time coming for Ryan, but he has finally raced the Boston Marathon! In-person! In October? In this episode, we recap the race weekend from spectator to runner and all of the carbs in-between. 🦄 Needless to say, it was wicked awesome! Cheers! - The Run Ohana Podcast ✌️🐔💩 🔗 FROM THE SHOW 🏨 Marathon Tours & Travel ⬇️ Have a question, feedback, ideas, or just want to say hello? 📧 Send it! [email protected] Follow us on social 📱 You can also find us on Enjoying the show? ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Leave us a review on
After a week of feeling"sicker than a dog" (whatever that means), Stephen chats with Drews about the Highs and Lows of week #3 of his running journey. Also, Drew drops some pearls of wisdom about finding your FOREVER pace as a runner and tries to convince Stephen that he too can run forever! Whether you are a newbie to running like me, or an old pro like Drew— we hope that you gain a little inspiration to continue on your own personal fitness journey! Welcome to Teach Me to Run.
GO BUY RUNNING AGAINST THE ODDS: The Potts Brothers are joined by decorated Youth Coach, Desmond Dunham, and they go in depth about his experiences as a Black Coach in Distance running. Plus Coach Dez describes a few of his expert coaching philosophies that have helped not just his athletes succeed in races but also in life. 👨🏿💻 Watch the full podcast episode and clips on YouTube: 👩🏿💻 Checkout the Running Report Website and SUBSCRIBE to our Email List: ✔ Don't forget to RATE, REVIEW, AND SUBSCRIBE to the podcast ✔Website: ✔Twitter: ✔Instagram:
Wahoo needed to reschedule and the annual "Triathlon Take-Over" has also been rescheduled, so it's the "Champ News Special" to the rescue! There is a fair amount of news in the cycling world, so we discuss with guest and friend of the podcast, Alan Plank. Enjoy!
“We’re all people. All of us are struggling, no matter what. You can’t get through this life without a challenge without a struggle right?” Katie Asmuth is a professional athlete and a nurse practitioner. She gives her thoughts on homelessness, becoming a brand ambassador, what gear she likes to use, her experience running Western States 100 and running with a tampon in her nose. Annalisa Romero is the marketing director for Fleet Feet Sacramento. Patreon:
Josh is the youngest person we’ve had on the podcast so far, at 16! Over the last 3 years he has run regularly over the senior distances at the local racing club (the LRC) and trained with the LRB (Launceston Running Buddies). The consistent effort that Josh applies to his racing and training is a lesson to us all. The social side of running has also become an important part of Josh’s running journey. Josh’s running tip - Give it a try and have fun with it! and start slow and build it up :)
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