In episode 94, I speak with Coach Alli who is a certified running coach based in NYC. Prior to moving into fitness she spent 6 years as a corporate professional.
In this conversation we talk about:
What a runner’s life means to her.
What lessons running has taught her.
Tips for how to stay present and enjoy the journey.
How running shows us how to do the best with what you have.
Talking about her first marathon and the key lessons and challenges she addressed.
What her why is for coaching.
What her best looks like.
And much more...
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In episode 99, I speak with my friend Ron. He works in health care technology, but is a dedicated athlete. More recently he ran multiple marathons to raise money to support the frontline HealthCare workers during the early stages of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Following that he ran 60 miles on...
This series is a straight to the point view of my thoughts in my training journey.
In this first episode I share some things that would have saved me a lot of wasted time when marathon training.
This year I’m running the Virgin Money London Marathon, which is one of the biggest fundraiser...
What does the future of crew running look like?
Welcome back to a runner’s life podcast. For episode 98 we’re switching things up.
Today’s episode marks the first in a new series in collaboration with The Big Run podcast hosted by Danny Easton
We have joined up over the past few weeks to...