Run Farther & Faster — The Podcast with Coaches Lisa Levin and Julie Sapper
By Run Farther & Faster
Run Farther & Faster — The Podcast with Coaches Lisa Levin and Julie SapperOct 13, 2022
Episode 182: Get out of Your Own Way: Five Common Patterns That Can Hinder Progress
Episode 181: Dr. Kevin Stone Shares How We Can Creatively Avoid and Treat Injuries.
Episode 180: Julie Shares an Update
From Boston to the Beltway, Fogell Mcloving (Jonathan Ladson) Shares How He Finds Joy in the Journey
Last month, Jonathan Ladson, also known as Fogell Mcloving, ran the entire 91 miles of the DC area Beltway in just under 18 hours which beat the previous fastest known time (FKT) set by Michael Wardian. If that wasn’t enough, just in 2023, Fogell set a 2:36 marathon PR at Boston, followed by a fourth-place finish at Big Sur two weeks later, and a stellar performance at the Comrades Marathon while fundraising for World Vision. While Fogell’s talents are impressive, his joyful and transparent approach to his training are inspiring. Fogell shares how he finds joy and motivation, even at 4:00 am, and why we should all focus less on our performances and more on our experiences. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed talking with Fogell! Fogell can be found on Strava (he’s a great follow), Instagram, and Facebook under the name Fogell Mcloving. We have news...we finally have Run Farther & Faster apparel! Here's the link to our SquadLocker store!
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Episode 178: Five Small Training Changes That Lead to Big Performance Gains, a Coaching Episode
Episode 177: Melody Fairchild Empowers Young Athletes to Run Happy and Healthy
Episode 176: Kids and Sports—A Conversation with Registered Dietitian, Amy Goldsmith
Episode 175: Harold Rosen Proves That Age Is Just a Number
Episode 174: Tips for Setting up a Successful Summer Training Cycle for a Fast Fall
Episode 173: If the (Super) Shoe Fits, Wear it! A Conversation with RnJ’s Kelly Scherf
Episode 172: Sports Science Journalist and Author, Christine Yu
Christine earned her B.A. in Art History from Columbia University and Masters of Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School at Harvard University.
She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and two sons and is a lifelong athlete who likes to run, practice yoga, hike, swim, and surf. We are giving away a copy of Christine’s book. Listen to find out how!
Christine’s Newsletter: christinemyu.substack.com
Episode 171: YES YOU CAN! A Conversation with Boston Marathon Legend, Rick Hoyt, and his Brother, Russ Hoyt
Episode 170: Lisa and Julie's Boston Marathon 2023 Recap
We are already counting down the days until next year.
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Episode 169: Live Show from the Boston Marathon-Podium Pioneers!
Jacqueline Hansen, winner of the Boston Marathon and first woman to break 2:40; she’s been a major advocate for women’s distance running, especially around getting distance races into the Olympics; she continues to coach.
Marilyn Bevans, the first African American woman to break 3 hours and finish top three at Boston. Featured in the documentary, Breaking Three Hours, Marilyn continues to be an advocate in the sport and has been a major inspiration for women’s running. Marilyn continues to coach as well.
Patti Catalans Dillon, multi-distance world record setter, three time top three finisher at Boston, first American woman to break 2:30; is a major inspiration in the running community, especially the Native community, specifically as head coach with the Wings of America Elite team. Patti shares how she started running to lose weight and eventually quit smoking.
We were also thrilled to see Marilyn Bevans honored on stage immediately after the panel by the Black Unicorn Marathoners; by Team Bevans, including Alisa Harvey, Sika Henry, Ingrid Walters, and Shawanna White, who ran in Marilyn’s honor; and in honor of Mariyn getting inducted into the Springfield College Athletic Hall of Fame the previous day.
A heartfelt thanks to the Boston Marathon and the Boston Athletic Association, especially Katie Hawkes, Suzanne Walmsley, and Adrienne Benton, and to all who attended and supported the show.
Learn more about the Breaking Three Hours documentary: mobile.breakingthreehours.com/
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Episode 168: Tips for Boston Marathon Tapering and Spectating (with Spectating Expert Darren Sapper)
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Episode 167: Alisa Harvey
qualified for the Olympic Trials five times from the 800 meters to marathon distances, won the Army Ten Miler four times, and set numerous masters world records. Alisa was ranked in the U.S. top ten in the 1500 meters 8 years in a row from 1986 to 1993, achieving number 1 in 1993. Alisa will be adding one more race to her running resume—she will be running her first Boston Marathon in 2023. Alisa shared her incredible journey with us—admittedly there’s so much more to her story than what we cover in this episode—she needs to write a book—including how she dealt with several seemingly insurmountable obstacles and kept moving forward. Now, as a masters athlete, she continues to compete at a high level and shares tips for other masters women seeking to do the same. Thanks to Alisa for joining us and thanks to all of you for listening. This is a great episode!
Join us in Boston on Sunday for our shakeout run at 9 am in the Boston Common and our live show at the Expo at 1!
Episode 166: Exciting Boston Marathon Update with Cherie Louise Turner
Episode 165: Physical Therapist, Rachel Miller, Shares How to Avoid Injury before the Boston Marathon
In this episode, we welcomed for the THIRD time our dear friend and top physical therapist and running coach, Rachel Miller, owner of ProAction Physical Therapy, who gives a ton of solid advice on managing those little pains and niggles one month before race day and why taking some time off will NOT derail your performance. No one has a perfect training cycle, and Rachel shares how we can save our season (and our race) by taking some easy tangible steps. If you are in the DMV, definitely check out Rachel’s practice at www.proactionpt.com. She truly is the PT whisperer!
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Episode 164: Why the Boston Marathon Is a PR Course and How You Can Make That Happen
Episode 163: Sports Psychologist, Dr. Justin Ross Is Back to Help You Maximize Your Running Potential with Joy!
Denver-based clinical sports psychologist, Dr. Justin Ross, helps athletes all over the world develop high skills aimed at peak performance. In this episode, Justin provides tips for scenarios that runners experience while training and racing, including overcoming pre-race and performance anxiety, negative thoughts after a workout or race, fear of failure, and anxiety after injury. Justin, who is a 2:57 marathoner, talks about his Boston Marathon experiences and how he overcomes his own challenges while racing, or, in his words, "eventing." Recently, Justin launched the first embedded Performance Psychology Training Plan in Training Peaks, which is a training program that athletes can download to build a stronger mental muscle with daily five-minute exercises. Check it out here: https://www.trainingpeaks.com/training-plans/other/tp-370381/performance-psychology-comprehensive-plan and use the code Boston23 for 10 percent off. Justin can be found on Instagram (@drjustinross) and Facebook, and at https://www.drjustinross.com/. We loved this conversation and have no doubt that Justin's guidance will help our listeners tremendously! We would love some additional reviews on Apple Podcasts. We thank all of you who have already reviewed our show. This helps other runners find us. Check us out on Facebook (Run Farther & Faster), Instagram (@runfartherandfaster) and Twitter (@Runfartherfast). Interested in taking your running to the next level? Contact us for private coaching at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episode 162: Dial in Your Nutrition for Boston and Beyond: Kelsey Beckmann Pontius, RD, Is Back!
Episode 161: Shawanna White Keeps It Positive (and Fast)!
Episode 160: Masters Champion April Lund—from Addict to Elite
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Episode 159: Anthony “Tony” Reed, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the National Black Marathoners Association
After watching the documentary, Breaking Three Hours: Trailblazing African-American Women Marathoners, we were thrilled to welcome the creator, Tony Reed, who is the founder of the National Black Marathoners Association (NBMA). The NBMA is the country's oldest and largest, not-for-profit organization of Black American distance runners. The objectives are to encourage Black Americans and others to pursue a healthy life-style through long distance running and walking and serve as a vehicle for Black American distance runners across the nation to meet in mass at a single marathon. Tony shares why he wrote and directed the award-winning documentary, which is now streaming on Amazon Prime. Unbelievably, at the time of the creation of the documentary in 2022, only nine African American women had broken three hours in the marathon. The documentary shares the stories of these incredible trailblazing women:
1. Marilyn Bevans (1975 at Boston (2:55:52) 1979 Boston Marathon (2:49:56)
2. Ella Willis-Glaze 1981 Detroit Free Press Marathon (2:59:29) 1989 Detroit Free Press Marathon (2:38:22)
3. Michele Bush-Cuke 1981 Avon Marathon (2:39:07) 1991 CA International Marathon (2:37:41)
4. Michele Tiff-Hill 1980 Fiesta Bowl Marathon (2:57:14) 1983 Sri Chinmoy Marathon (2:50:19)
5. Ingrid Eugenia Walters 2014 Chicago Marathon (2:54:58) 2019 Los Angeles Marathon (2:48:03)
6. Alisa Harvey 1999 Richmond Marathon (2:49:28)
7. Samia Akbar 2006 New York City Marathon (2:34:14)
8. Sika Henry 2020 Tidewater Striders Marathon (2:57:13)
9. Shawanna White 2011 Kiawah Island Marathon (2:55:30) 2018 One City Marathon (2:45:19)
In addition to discussing the documentary, Tony shares more about his own record-setting accomplishments, why representation is so important, and how the running community can better support African American marathoners to ensure more than a handful of women break three hours and beyond in the marathon.
Tony can be found on instagram at www.instagram.com/tonyreedcpa. Follow him and the NBMA at www.instagram.com/blackmarathoners. Check out Breaking Three on Prime Video!
Episode 158: A Coaching Episode: Ten Training Hacks to Help You Run Your Best Boston Marathon and Beyond
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Episode 157: Justine Galloway Shares How She Runs Backwards to Achieve Record Setting Goals Ahead
Episode 156: Boston Marathon Training Myths and Tips
We are kicking off the Boston Marathon 2023 training cycle by busting popular marathon training myths to help you run your best Boston or spring marathon! If you are seeking coaching for the Boston Marathon, check out our group (virtual) coaching program. We also continue to offer individual coaching. Check out our website, social media, or email us at email@example.com.
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Episode 155: Lanae Brody, ACL Champion and People Magazine Senior Reporter
After Julie provided a post-surgery update, we welcomed the amazing Lanae Brody, a Los Angeles-based reporter whose ACL journey was featured in People Magazine recently. Lanae shares how she tore her ACL, endured multiple surgeries, and ultimately became a marathoner and Team for Kids Champion. Lanae can be found on Instagram @lanaebrody (www.instagram.com/lanaebrody) or through her Team for Kids donation link. https://runwithtfk.org/Profile/PublicPage/94185?enableBack=True. Interested in run coaching with us? Check out our Boston Group training program and our private virtual coaching. https://linktr.ee/Runfartherandfaster
Episode 154: Emily Pifer, Author of the Memoir, The Running Body
In her book, Emily describes how, during her time as a collegiate distance runner, she began to run more while eating less. Many around her, including her coaches, praised her for these practices. But as she became faster, and as her body began to resemble the bodies that she had seen across start-lines and on the covers of running magazines, her bones began to fracture. Emily tells her story alongside the stories of her teammates, competitors, and others as they all face trouble regarding their bodies. The Running Body was selected by Steve Almond as the winner of the 2021 Autumn House Nonfiction Prize. Emily, who is currently pursuing her PhD at Syracuse University, can be found on Instagram at @emilydpifer. We absolutely loved this meaningful conversation! Interested in signing up for coaching with us? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and/or find us on all social media platforms. Thanks for listening!
Episode 153: Better Days Ahead
Episode 152: Maegan Krifchin Shares Her Incredible “ThreePeat!”
Episode 151: Lisa and Julie's Favorite Things Episode 2022
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Episode 150: Ana Cabrera—2:57 Marathoner, CNN Anchor and Correspondent, and Team Beans Fundraiser
Episode 149: Our Running Updates--Lisa's Recap of Windy Indy and Julie's Post-Covid Running Update
Episode 148: Part V—Marine Corps Marathon Deputy Director, Angela Anderson, Shares Her Race Tips
Episode 147: Controlling the Controllables to Avoid Pitfalls and Run Your Best Marathon: A Coaching Episode
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Episode 145: Part IV of Our Fall Marathon Series: California International Marathon Race Director, Scott Abbott
This week, in Part IV of our Fall Marathon Race Series, we welcomed Scott Abbott, Executive Director of the Sacramento Running Association which is the machine behind the California International Marathon (CIM), one of the nation's premier running events, a known OTQ and BQ qualifier, and one of the world's largest marathons. Scott, who has over 20 years of experience working in the running industry, shares his insider tips on CIM and why this marathon is so special. He even convinced us to head out to Sacramento in 2023! We are so grateful for Scott's insight and hope this episode helps those heading out to Sacramento on December 4, 2022!
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Episode 144: Part III of Our Fall Marathon Race Series: Philadelphia Marathon Race Director, Kathleen Titus
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Episode 143: Part II of Our Fall Marathon Series: Bank of America Chicago Marathon Executive Race Director, Carey Pinkowski
Episode 142: Part 1 of Our Fall Marathon Series: Indianapolis Monumental Marathon Breakdown
Episode 141: Controlling the Controllables to Avoid Pitfalls on Race Day—a Coaching Episode
Episode 140: If It Isn't Broken, Don't Fix It: A Conversation with Registered Dietitian, Amy Goldsmith, Owner of Kindred Nutrition, on Stacy Sims' Book, Roar
Amy is the founder and owner of Kindred Nutrition (www.kindrednutrition.com) in which she specializes in sports nutrition and eating disorders and hosts the podcast, Don't Be Foodish (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dont-be-foodish/id1508612510). Amy focuses on meeting all her clients where they currently are and focusing on education, re-framing the mind, and using food as fuel for your brain and body. She believes there is a strong connection between the gut and brain and focuses on both with all clients. In addition, as a sports nutritionist and dietitian, Amy assists with getting the client to peak performance by incorporating optimal nutrition before, during training, race time, and recovery.
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Episode 139: Gain an Edge with Dr. Sedge, Sports Medicine Physician for the Orioles, Consultant for the Ravens, and Physician for the Boston Marathon
Dr. Sedgley is a physician specializing in sports medicine. He is fellowship trained in both family medicine and sports medicine. His special interests include musculoskeletal injuries, evaluation of non-surgical orthopedic problems, and concussions. He is a team physician for the Baltimore Orioles, a consultant for the Ravens, and serves on the medical team for the Boston Marathon, the Baltimore Marathon and the Cherry Blossom Ten Mile Run. Dr. Sedgley's special interests include working with runners, triathletes, and bicyclists. Dr. Sedgley is also trained in sports medicine ultrasound. Non-operative care for orthopedic concerns and acute sports injuries are his primary focus.
A 1996 graduate of the University of Maryland, Dr. Sedgley earned his doctor of medicine from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 2000 before completing an internship and residency in family practice at the University of Minnesota Medical Center, Riverside Campus. He also completed his fellowship at the University of Maryland.
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Episode 138: Dr. Stacy Sims --Running Through Menopause and Beyond
More about Stacy:
Stacy is an exercise physiologist and nutrition scientist. She has directed research programs at Stanford, AUT University, and the University of Waikato, focusing on female athlete health and performance. Her contributions to the international research environment and the sports nutrition industry has established a new niche in sports nutrition; and established her reputation as the expert in sex differences in training, nutrition, and health.
Dr. Sims has published over 70 peer-reviewed papers, several books, including Roar and Next Level and is a regularly featured speaker at professional and academic conferences, including those by USOC and USA Cycling.
To learn more about Stacy's work, check out www.drstacysims.com
Episode 137: Returning to Running after Covid: A Conversation with Dr. Tod Olin, Pulmonologist and Director of the National Jewish Health Exercise and Performance Breathing Center
In addition to heading up the Exercise and Performance Breathing Center--he is the leading expert on vocal cord dysfunction-- Dr. Olin also served as a physician during the Tokyo Olympics and shares his unique experience caring for athletes in Athlete's Village. If you or someone you know is struggling with returning to running after Covid, please listen and share this episode.
Dr. Olin generously shared his email and encouraged listeners with questions to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are so grateful to Dr. Olin for sharing his expertise with us.
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Episode 136: We Actually CAN Run Away from Our Problems (Sort of)! A Discussion with Scott Douglas, the Author of Running Is My Therapy
Scott can be found on Twitter (@mescottdouglas) and through his website, scottdouglas.biz.
Episode 135: "The Tendon Whisperer," Dr. Matt Bayes, MD, Shares How to Maximize Our Healing and Minimize Our Breakdown
Before joining Bluetail Medical Group in 2011, Dr. Bayes practiced at the Sports Medicine Institute at the Orthopedic Center of St. Louis. He has extensive experience teaching regenerative medicine and diagnostic ultrasound techniques to physicians from throughout the United States and around the world.
As referenced in the podcast, here is a list of doctors around the country who perform the treatments that Dr. Bayes referenced in this episode. www.bluetailmedicalgroup.com/contents/contact/affiliate-locations
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Episode 134: The Secret to Running Faster Is Easier Than You Think
Episode 133: World Record Holder, Gene Dykes
Gene Dykes ran a 2:54 marathon at age 70, and became the fastest 70 year old in the world. Today, at age 74, Gene continues to train unconventionally while breaking records and running with joy.
Episode 132: Boston Marathon Course Record Holder, Heather Knight Pech: The Best Is Yet to Come!
We are so excited to welcome the amazing Heather Knight Pech back to the podcast. Check out Episode 72 to hear our first conversation with Heather. Heather, at age 60, won the 60 to 64 age group division at the 2022 Boston Marathon in a time of 3:03, and broke Joan Benoit Samuelson's 60 to 64 age group record. In this episode, Heather shares how she managed to overcome a nearly career-ending injury that took her out of running in 2021 and 2022 and execute a stellar race (and a course PR) at the 2022 Boston Marathon.
Heather coaches through McKirdy Trained (www.mckirdytrained.com) and can be found on Instagram at https://instagram.com/_knighttraining
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