Kyle Robidoux was ready to run the Boston Marathon this year, with Tina as his guide, until fate intervened in the form of a stress fracture. However, he's well versed in overcoming adversity and tough situations.
When he was eleven, he was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa (RP), a degenerative eye disease that can lead to blindness. Today he shares the story of his journey, how he ensures that he isn’t defined by the boundaries that others place on him, and a few beer recommendations.
Join Tina for one of her first runs post covid, and while she still feels tired, the conversation is still strong. This is another good example of giving yourself compassion during physically stressful times. Join us for a check in with nature, body scan, senses check in, check in mentally and...
New Zealand ultra runner Harita Davies has completed the world’s longest footrace, the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race, three times. It’s an amazing feat of not only physical but mental endurance, as it circles the same Queens, NY block 5,649 times. This year she smashed her...