Maybe Running Will Help?
By Nicky Tamberrino
Maybe Running Will Help?Sep 01, 2023
MRWH: Jeffrey Cunningham, Making Great Athletes
In this episode we cover, what makes a good athlete, why it’s important to respect the marathon distance and how running can help …the world.
I’m honored to share Jeff with you and know you’re going to be inspired to reach your running potential after listening to this conversation.
Thanks for listening to the show! Don't forget to give us a rating on apple podcasts or wherever you stream content. And follow me on instagram at 1classy_motherunner for all the latest on the show, my training, virtual fitness, and running events in Baltimore.
MRWH: Matt Johnson, The Not-So-Secret Secret to Success
Matt Johnson is a badass runner inspiring the community with his grit and determination. He's an athlete who talks the talk and consistently does what he says he’s going to do because that’s just who he is. Besides being a dope soul, Matt has an incredible list of achievements including his most recent finish at the Leadville 100. Oh, and he also has an adorable soft spot for his mom. This episode was recorded just 3 weeks before Matt’s Leadville finish. Listen in to hear his story, how he prepared for success, and why he thinks speaking up about your goals is the secret to success. Follow Matt @mattjohnson_
MRWH: Glenn Christenson, IronPop
I hope you enjoy this conversation with our guest. If you do, please remember to rate and review the show! I'm so grateful for our community - thank you for being here.
Keep running, keep inspiring, and keep sharing how maybe running will help! Have a great run everybody :)
MRWH: Dipsea Demon, The Legend of Jack Kirk
Amby Burfoot, winner of the 1968 Boston marathon and former editor in-chief at Runners World along with Peter Firmrite, former staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle help me tell this interesting story about Marin County's most fabled characters, Jack Kirk.
MRWH: Evan Slaughter, Love Yourself Through the Process
In this podcast episode, I'm exploring the topic of fitness and physical activity with Evan Slaughter - a fitness influencer with over 126K instagram followers who is known for his positivity and comedic content.
The conversation leads us to the topic of self-compassion and caring less about what others think. We discuss whether going through difficult times is necessary to reach a place of self-acceptance or if there are ways to avoid it. We acknowledge that everyone's journey will have its challenges, but there may be ways to navigate them.
During the episode I introduce the concept of a "canon event," which is an unavoidable and unchangeable event that has had a significant impact on one's life. We mention that people are using this term to describe moments that have shaped them into who they are today.
Overall, this episode explores the intersection of fitness, personal growth, and self-acceptance, highlighting the importance of physical activity in enhancing various aspects of life.
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MRWH: Jamie DePaola, Being Highly Sensitive in a Community that Thrives on Deeply Emotional Experiences
Many of us start running skeptically but keep running moved by a new found belief in ourselves and others. We develop a spiritual connection to the sport and are inspired by each other. But what’s it like to be a highly sensitive person in a community that thrives on deeply emotional experiences?
That’s unexpectedly what my guest, Jamie DePaola, and I explore in today’s episode. Jamie is a fellow empath, and is also a clairvoyant, and ultra marathon runner. From the moment I saw her, I felt like we’d known each other for my entire life! Some people even say we even look alike with similar mannerisms.
Maybe it’s no wonder I found her aura refreshing but I’ve no doubt you're going to catch all the feels during this conversation.Jamie’s energy is contagious and her heart is warm and welcoming and I can’t wait to share her with you.
(0:02:00) Empowering Girls
(00:06:50) My Introduction to Jamie (doppelganger)
(00:08:09) Pixie Haircuts, Tattoos, Piercings, and Being Authentic
(00:12:26) Jamie's Introduction
(00:17:00) Empaths and The Running Community
(00:27:46) How She Started Running (Angel Story)
(00:35:00) Ultra Running and Training
(00:41:35) Empath and Energy
(00:51:58) Values and Being Loyal
(01:00:00) Inner Child Work
(01:00:04) Being Clairvoyant
Follow Jamie on intagram at @mad4marathons , me @nickytamberrino and this show @mayberunningwillhelp
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MRWH: Ultrageezer, What age is too old to start running?
Gene Dykes is a 75-year-old runner, well known for setting various records worldwide. At age 70 in 2018, he was the oldest person alive to break 3 hours. Last month, he broke 7 masters records in a single 12 hour race and this month has his sites on becoming the oldest finisher at the 2023 Western States 100. This ultra-geezer as he is affectionally know, is a true inspiration for any of us who have doubted our ability to thrive based on our age. Join us as we talk about his running journey that began in his late 50s, why he continues to run, and what running has taught him about how we can do life better. To learn more about Gene and how to support his running adventures, go to https://www.ultrageezer.com/
(00:02:25) "ultrageezer" origin
(00:05:20) Racing at age 56
(00:08:50) What makes him keep running
(00:15:15) Ultra Running
(00:21:43) Setting 7 records at Pennsylvania’s Dawn to Dusk to Dawn Track Ultras May '23
(00:36:30) Running a sub 3 marathon at age 70
(00:50:30) Why running helps/advice
MRWH: Pelvic Health, The Topic You're Too Embarrassed to Discuss with Your Coach
On todays episode we'll hear from pelvic health expert, Dr. Naomi Dillon. She has a doctorate degree in physical therapy and currently works at FX physical therapy in Hunt Valley, Maryland treating athletes including runners to help them advance their athleticism and recover from pain and injury.
Get ready because we are talking about all that stuff you’ve probably been too embarrassed to mention to your coach even though it could be impacting your performance!
Our topics today include incontinence, constipation, and even erectile disfunction. The good news here is that many of these conditions may be treatable with physical therapy!
If you’re someone who has experienced issues with bladder control your are not alone. It’s time to get out of our panty protectors and adult diapers and into this conversation.
For more information and to connect with Naomi, follow her on instagram @naomimdillon.dpt or through FX Physical Therapy at www.fxphysicaltherapy.com. Also, checkout H.E.R. on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/herempower
Finally, a please remember to rate and review this show on Apple Podcast and follow me on instagram @nickytamberrino and @mayberunningwillhelp for all the latest content.
MRWH: Don Reichelt, Run with Don
In this episode we cover what makes people like Don capable of the hard to imagine and why they do it. We also hear his advice for anyone taking on their version of hard, and why we shouldn’t let anyone make us feel like running needs to be anything other than what we need it to be in our lives.
This conversation was so much fun, and I even learned the difference between a manual and electric treadmill. Who knew? Ha ha. I hope you find this episode interesting and inspiring.
Thanks to Don for joining us. Be sure to check out all his latest adventures at @runwithdon on instagram.
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MRWH: Lazarus Lake, Dream Big Dreams and Make Them Happen
Today I’m sharing with you my recent conversation with Gary Cantrell - aka Lazarus Lake, he’s also been called "evil genius," "The Leonardo da Vinci of pain," and "A master of sadomasochistic craft.” But he’ll describe himself as just an old hillbilly who lives in the woods.
His races have developed an almost cult-like following and you can consider me a member. Ever since the 2014 documentary on The Barkley Marathons, I’ve been obsessed.
In todays episode we’ll talk about who Laz really is, how he does what he does, and why we should dream big dreams and make them happen.
Thanks to Laz for joining us. Be sure to check out all his races at lazaruslake.com.
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MRWH: John Kelly, Random Forrest Runner
Join me for this recent conversation with John Kelly aka Random Forrest Runner. He is one of the most respected competitors in the ultrarunning community. John is a two-time finisher of the infamous Barkley Marathons. One of only seventeen people to finish and one of only three people to finish more than once! In this conversation we discuss the mentality that leads to his success, and of course why running helps transform our lives.
Follow John on IG - https://www.instagram.com/randomfores...
Follow John on Strava - https://www.strava.com/pros/16389235
MRWH: Nora Rhodes & DJ Impulse, Relationships on Running
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MRWH: Jeffrey Horowitz, Lessons From An Obsessive Runner
It’s no wonder with all this material under his name, Jeff Horowitz and I had a lot to cover and we get to all of it having a lot of laughs along the way.
Over the next hour, we’ll cover training, coaching, and our lifelong friendship with running.
This is an episode worth hearing, sharing, and commenting on so we’re excited to have you join the conversation!
To connect with Jeff, email him directly at email@example.com
MRWH: Meghann Featherstun, Fuel Speed Ahead
Runner's are obsessed with food. Whether it's wondering what to eat when or simply dreaming about our next meal while we're on a run, our brains seem to have a one track mind and it's headed straight for the kitchen.
On today's episode, I'm sharing my conversation with running dietician, Meghann Featherstun. She is a runner, fueling expert, and a must follow on instagram! But you probably already know that! Listen in as we cover the what and when of eating and hydrating as well as tummy trouble and how you may be able to leak less if you struggle to retain your fluids.
MRWH: Gary House, Runny Business
Gary House makes a living as a running coach and his amusing style makes him a favorite in his town but he’s extended his reach over instagram with hilarious videos and skits that not only aim to entertain but to inform runners all over the world.
Thanks to Gary House for joining us. We hope you had a few laughs and that you will give him a follow for more amusing content! www.instagram.com/garyhouse_/
Have a great run everybody!
MRWH: Mitch Ammons, Radically Sober
Today, you’re going to hear an incredible running story. After two years of sobriety from heroin and meth, our guest rediscovered his love for running and 5 years later (this past December) he qualified for the Olympic Marathon Team Trials.
Mitch Ammons was a bad drug addict and today we’re going to discuss how he found redemption through our sport.
We kick off the episode discussing pre-race nerves and training before exploring his past and why he strives to give hope to anyone struggling to see to the other side of addiction. Thanks for joining us, Mitch!
To connect with Mitch, you can follow him on instagram at www.instagram.com/mitchammons/
If you enjoy our content, please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts—and be sure to come back next week for our conversation with the most entertaining running coach on instagram, my new friend from across the pond Gary House. Until then, this is Nicky Tamberrino, and don’t forget to keep running keep inspiring and keep sharing how maybe running will help!
Have a great run everybody!
MRWH: Kathleen Titus, Diversity in Running
Kathleen and I met last May at the Buffalo Marathon and remained in touch bonding over a passion for running and how to make a difference in the community. I invited her on the show as a friend and someone I admire and respect, but I had no idea we’d dive into this topic of inclusion in our sport and how leaders like her are working to ensure everyone feels represented at our races.
As the city that loves you back, it’s no wonder Kathleen was chosen as race director for the Philly marathon. She is all about returning the love she feels for this sport and our athletes.
I can’t wait to share her with you!
Please not that we will be covering the topic of transgender athletes in sport and there have been a few developments to this rapidly evolving topic since we recorded…including the World Athletics ban on transgender women from competing in female world ranking events that goes into effect today March, 31st.
Today, March 31st, is also International Transgender Day of Visibility. And while there is still much to learn when it comes to understanding the conflicting needs and rights between different groups, I believe everyone deserves to feel like they belong in our community and am honored to be connected with people like Kathleen who are dedicated to being a voice that inspires change for the benefit of those who need to be seen.
MRWH: Dave Vargo, Strength for Runners
To learn more about and connect with Dave head over to IG and follow www.instagram.com/medstarsportsperformance/ and www.instagram.com/dave.vargo1/
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Have a great run everybody!
MRWH: Dr. Daniel E. Lieberman, How Physical Activity Prevents and Treats Diseases
Listen in to my conversation with Harvard Professor, Daniel E. Lieberman. He’s the man when it comes to how and why the human body looks and functions the way it does!
He is most well known for his interest in how evolutionary approaches to activities such and walking and running, as well as changes to our body’s environments can help better prevent and treat musculoskeletal diseases.
Listen in to learn how running “works” for us, why it’s so hard to get started, and what benefits it has on our community. We also discuss super shoes, the Boston marathon, and what not to say to new runners!
I’m so honored to share him with you!
Want to learn more? Check out Dan's book EXERCISED: Why Something We Never Evolved to Do is Healthy and Rewarding https://scholar.harvard.edu/exercised/home
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Keep running, keeping inspiring, and keep sharing how maybe running will help. Have a great run everybody.
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MRWH: Shannon Mulcahy, Radical Honesty
MRWH: Jeffrey James Binney, Flipping the Script
Jeffrey James Binney is a motivational speaker, ultrarunning athlete, actor, singer, and comedian. His award-winning film, Once Is Enough, chronicles his journey to ultra running after losing his mom. Today I'm so excited to finally share our conversation from last summer! You don't want to miss this inspiring story about flipping the script on his life and becoming someone his 10 year old self would have dreamed of!
To learn more about Jeffrey, follow him on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/jeffreybinney/ or check out his website at https://www.jjb.life
Have a great run everybody!
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MRWH: Erin Azar, I'm Mrs. Space Cadet
This episode was recorded in May 2022. So, first - I'm sorry for the delay in bringing you this incredible guest that I know you are all excited to hear. Now let's get into the show details!
Erin Azar is an expert "Struggle Runner" and has gained a following over hundreds of thousands on her social media platforms including Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok. When I spoke with her she had completed the New York City Marathon (2021) and recently returned from an appearance at the 2022 Boston Marathon.
Since then she has gained even more popularity, become even more lovable, and even held the finish line at the USATF National Championships and hosted the post race interviews with the pros!
In this episode we get to know Erin, how she became Mrs. Space Cadet, and why we should all find our own path in running and in life.
Learn more about Erin @ https://www.mrsspacecadet.com
Till next time, have a great run everybody :)
MRWH: Laura Green, Let's Figure It Out
The community of runners that she is building has captured her heart, and she wants us to know that the entire world is out there for us to conquer, so "Let's Figure It Out" (which is also the name of the movie we're making together staring Molly Shannon as Laura Green and The Rock as my boyfriend)
You can catch Laura on Instagram at www.instagram.com/lauramcgreen/
Wishing her all the best as she encourages us to laugh to every start line...and for goodness sakes ASICS, take this girl to Paris!
Catch you all next time! Until then, have a great run, everybody :)
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MRWH: Bigger Than The Trail, How Running is Helping Those Who Struggle with Mental Health
Bigger Than The Trail's mission is to enrich the lives of individuals struggling with mental health. Please consider supporting them at www.bttt.run
To learn more about Charles Starkey and Adam Delsman, check them out on social media at www.instagram.com/starkrunner/ and www.instagram.com/adam.delsman/ respectively.
To learn more about Tommy Byrne check out this article referenced in the show: www.trailrunnermag.com/people/bigger-than-the-trail/
To learn more about Bipolar Disorder in veterans check out this article referenced in the show:
Don't forget to subscribe to the show and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Thanks, and have a great run!
Other notable organizations mentioned in this episode:
Charm City Run - www.charmcityrun.com/
Band of Runners - www.bandofrunners.org/
MRWH: Back on My Feet and Beyond, Anne Mahlum
How well do you know the founder of Back on My Feet? Anne Mahlum is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, athlete, and one of the most sought-after keynote speakers to inspire, empower, and motivate audiences by promoting self-satisfaction and encouraging personal growth.
Her vision has not wavered over the years. Anne Mahlum wants to help as many people as possible create the strongest versions of themselves.
During this conversation, we take an in-depth look at the non-profit organization Anne founded that uses running to help people learn how to change the way they see themselves. We will also explore her most recent ventures including Solid Core and going alcohol-free.
Anne has created her own path to success by putting one foot in front of the other and showing others that confidence and courage is all about showing up when it's not easy!
Oh. And by the way, she has completed 11 marathons and has done one on every continent including Antarctica...
Learn more about Anne at https://www.annemahlum.com
MRWH: David Slomkowski, Born With Wings
Sports have had a long history in David’s life from his success as a collegiate athlete to their transformative role in his life through adulthood. He credits his purposefully driven life to a "gift of desperation" - a powerful take on using life's struggles and our past as an opportunity to help others.
This episode highlights an organization that not only serves individuals but our entire community by reminding us that there are angels on earth.
For more on ASA and how to get involved go to asa.run
The information contained in the episode on Team Hoyt was sourced here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Team_Hoyt
MRWH: Kate Fletcher Runs Home
For more information and to support the Lion Pride Run:
GoFundMe Heroes Video: www.gofundme.com/c/heroes/kates-run
New York Times Feature: www.nytimes.com/2018/05/17/style/why-do-i-cry-so-much.html
MRWH: Greg Weber, Good is the New Cool!
Behind the scenes of racing events and the communities who support them :) Check out this episode for an inside look at what goes into our favorite events. This is a perspective we all need to hear! We truly have the best community around, and I have no doubt you'll be inspired to cross the finish after exploring the how and the why behind our sport. When does planning start? How did covid impact races? What do race directors do about cheating? How is the community involved and does the race impact the people along the course? What are the biggest concerns for RD's? Weather complications, and how do they prepare for hazardous conditions? What are the rules and why are those rules important? Our guest today is Greg Weber, the RD for the Buffalo marathon. In this episode, we'll also talk about the tragic shooting at the Tops grocery store in Buffalo days before the marathon and how the community came together to support each other on race day. A special thanks to Greg and all the passionate volunteers who keep us coming back together. This episode is proof that good is the new cool! For more info on the Buffalo Marathon and to sign up go to: https://buffalomarathon.org/
MRWH: Dr. Aaron Baggish, Listen to Your Heart
In 2018, Aaron presented on the topic “Is Too Much Endurance Exercise Bad for Your Heart” It was my discovery of this presentation on YouTube that prompted me to reach out to Dr. Baggish.
We will address the following questions:
Is Too Much Endurance Exercise Bad for your Heart”
What's the latest on getting back to running after covid?
Is Alcohol that bad?
When is your heart rate too low?
What are the biggest medical concerns during and after a marathon?
What does running a marathon actually do to our body?
Aaron Baggish, MD, Is Too Much Endurance Exercise Bad for your Heart
One running shoe in the grave: too much exercise
Run for your life - at a comfortable speed and not too much
Impact of Excessive Endurance Exercise on the Heart
MRWH: Dr. Dan DPT, Runners Are an Interesting Breed
Dan Ginader is a doctor of physical therapy, and he has gained a very large following on social media with his educational yet entertaining content. He has found a way to connect with people and make complicated medical concepts fun to learn about.
Join us for this episode as we explore the best and worst advice for runners - and learn what one question NOT to ask him!
More about him at this link: beacons.ai/dr.dan_dpt
MRWH: Steve Magness, Let Go & Get It
The secret of toughness might be as simple as letting it go.
As a performance expert, executive coach and co-author of Peak Performance Steve Magness is passionate about what really works. He helps those dedicated to personal growth make sense of the science behind success and fulfillment. He doesn’t believe in “hacks” and uses his platforms to educate and not sell simple solutions. His latest book “Do Hard Things: Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness” was released just a few weeks ago! Today we discuss Steve’s radical rethinking of how we perceive toughness and what it means to achieve our high ambitions in the face of hard things. Join us as we explore going for it by letting go and getting out of our own way. http://www.stevemagness.com
MRWH: Fitz Koehler, Fit to Fight
In Buffalo New York a few weeks ago, I was introduced to one of the most vibrant spirits I’ve ever encountered - charging me and thousands of runners and spectators with her self-proclaimed “noise” throughout the weekend. Our guest today, Fitz Koehler, is proof that energy and attitude are gifts we can share with others.
She specializes in fitness education and has turned her passion for life into a career helping others get excited about movement.
In addition to being a speaker, author, and professional race announcer, Fitz is an active mother, supporting wife, and a cancer survivor. Her book, "My Noisy Cancer Comeback", is a story of grit and determination inspiring hope to anyone needing a push to be strong and fight for their life.
You can learn more about her and order her book at www.fitzness.com
For more information on the Impact of Attitudes and Feelings on Cancer go to www.cancer.org/treatment/survivorship-during-and-after-treatment/coping/attitudes-and-feelings-about-cancer.html
To learn more about Heat Exhaustion described in the intro check into the following link: www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/exerciserelated-heat-exhaustion
MRWH: Doing Less…100 Miles at a Time
Meg Landymore is on a mission to do less and live more. She is passionate about her role as a mom, and devoted to self-care and serving others through running. She is used to living life in the fast lane and rather than blame her anxiety for holding her back, she credits it for her ability to get things done. She gets down and dirty often as an extreme ultra runner but in this episode, she shows her true grit by exposing the mental health challenges and disordered behaviors she has battled from childhood. I'm honored she took this opportunity to share her story with us. Join me as we embark on this inspiring trek through Meg's life as a Military Veteran, Mom, Extreme Ultra Marathoner, and Entrepreneur who is trying to do less …100 miles at a time.
Eating disorders and headache: coincidence or consequence? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18545904/
The High 5 Habit: Take Control of Your Life with One Simple Habit https://a.co/d/hgUanoN
MRWH: Growing Up FAST, Cole Cosgrove
MRWH: TRAUMA, Running is NOT a Replacement for Therapy
Somatic Healing provides the foundation to help resolve trauma symptoms and relieve chronic stress and pain in the body. Through her work, Ilene is able to support the body tissue memory and nervous system to create synergy between the body and mind. Ilene’s book, Moving Beyond Trauma: The Roadmap to Healing from Your Past and Living with Ease and Vitality, helps the reader develop a new relationship with their history and understand the importance of bringing the body into the healing process when trying to resolve issues related to trauma.
The intention of this conversation is to better understand our relationship to running and if it indicates a need for somatic healing. This is a fascinating listen for runners, and anyone who knows something in their life doesn't feel right, feels disconnected from their experiences, or like they don't feel anything at times. We also touch on the link between eating disorders and trauma.
Her book is hard to put down if you're a trauma survivor, or have ever struggled with an eating disorder, or a disordered relationship to exercise. Find out more on her website at: ilenesmith.com/
MRWH: Linking Success and Endurance Sports
Eric M. Thomson, MD www.inova.org/doctors/eric-m-thomson-md
Michael D'Auleri- Mindful Ultramarathon Running
MRWH: Amby Burfoot, When Runners Grow Up
MRWH: Dean Karnazes, A Mortal?
Chris Tomlinson. VP, Marketing at Corrigan Sports Enterprises, Inc.
MRWH: Injuries...our bodies are made to run
...also, what are ghost pains and why the heck are easy runs so hard?! We discuss psychological vs mechanical issues - and how to know which is which.
Dr. Annie Neurohr, DPT, OCS Instagram @pace_doctor
Caryn Just, CCR Elite Runner, Nurse, and rad human
Joe Tamberrino, apparent fashion guru and my husband
MRWH: Yasso not just 800's Bart
I used multiple resources to research Bart and some of the people and races he mentions during our conversation. Please find links below for more information. I hope you do not miss this inspiring episode!
Thanks to Bart for sharing his time with me!
Bart Yasso -
Willie Mtolo -
MRWH: Protecting Our Community from Disordered Behavior
Why is sharing our stories so important?
How are eating disorders and athletics connected?
What does proper nutrition look like?
What is an eating disorder vs. disordered eating?
Who is at risk for developing an eating disorder/who needs more awareness in this space?
What does treatment looking like and how do we help someone who has an eating disorder?
When and how can running continue to be a positive coping tool in our life?
Adee Levinstein, MS, RD, CSSD, LD, CEDS-S - Instagram @nutritional_sense
Chloe, HCPC registered Counselling Psychologist - www.marathonpsychology.com
Harriett Frew, BACP Accredited Counsellor and Eating Disorders Practitioner - www.theeatingdisordertherapist.co.uk
Heather Caplan and Alexis Fairbanks, Lane 9 - lane9project.org
Sarah, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist - www.bucketlisttummy.com
Her story has received National and local media attention. Having been featured on people.com, the today show, and in SHAPE magazine and in Women’s Running, I was truly fortunate to chat with Shelley and to subsequently have the opportunity to share her story with you today.
I will be narrating this episode with information from Shelley’s past interviews linked below, and you will hear through clips from our conversation her passion for giving hope to others.
I have no doubt this episode is going to leave you feeling inspired, motivated, and excited about what is possible through running.
Meet Shelley Leone, A Runner Who Overcame Her Addictions To Alcohol And Food | Megyn Kelly TODAY - YouTube
How Exercise and Running Can Help Overcome Addiction | Shape
MRWH: Cold/Flu Season & Covid 19
When is sick too sick to run? Listen to fellow runners - doctors and my coach - explain how our body reacts to being sick, running, and when you can or shouldn't mix the two during training. Of course we'll spend time discussing the latest on Covid, returning to sport, and what to expect afterwards.
Dr. Annie Neurohr, DPT, OCS Instagram @pace_doctor
Jeff Burger, USATF 2 Certified running coach, RRCA Certified since 2015 - Charm City Run Boston Group and Elite Team Coach firstname.lastname@example.org
Maggie Arnold, MD, FACS, Vascular Surgeon/Program Director, MedStar Baltimore General Surgery Residency
MRWH: Eating Disorders
MRWH: Recovering Addicts