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Best Boston Marathon podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Boston Marathon podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Have FUN on the RUN with the Run Eat Repeat podcast! Whether you want to run faster, eat better, get a half marathon PR, lose weight, run your first race OR learn about chia seeds – host Monica Olivas will break it all down for you in a fun way. She’s a Holistic Health Coach and certified Running Coach sharing real life examples, tips and motivation to help you reach your goals! We’re talking to elite runners, doctors, sports psychologists, nutritionists, influencers, new runners, coaches, c ...
 
Fox Sports host and comic Rachel Bonnetta (“Lock It In”, “@Buzzer”) and comedy writer Rachna Fruchbom (“Fresh Off the Boat”, “Parks and Recreation”) are here to share their love for two things: sports and DRAMA. Sure, they obsessively root for Cleveland (the Browns and the Cavaliers, respectively), but they get even more excited by those crazy moments in sports that become almost legendary. We all know the sensationalistic scandals about cheating, gambling and sex, but Rachel and Rachna want ...
 
Welcome to the Run-Run-Live 4.0 Podcast! - This podcast celebrates the transformative power of endurance sports. This is the next generation follow up to the RunRunLive 2.0 Podcast. This show is a thoughtful, interview-based format that explores the connection between running, and endurance sports in general and your physical and mental health. All episodes, show note, links and previous show iterations can be found at www.runrunlive.com
 
Expected to die, today he’s inspiring others to truly live. World-renowned inspirational speaker + national bestselling author John O’Leary wants to help you wake up from accidental living so you can do, be, achieve and impact more through your life. Every Monday, John shares a quick burst of inspiration to help start your week on fire. Every Thursday, John interviews an amazing guest on their story, successes, failures, lessons, and life to help you uncover tips to apply in yours.
 
Imagine a zombie run 5k with Dorothy Parker and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie leaping over the prone bodies of Ernest Hemingway and Jonathan Franzen. Kurt Vonnegut is sitting in a tree, smoking a bent Pall Mall, looking down upon the mass of humanity with humorous disdain. Haruki Murakami (a Boston Marathon regular since the 90s) is sitting at the finish line, medal around his neck, petting a cat.This is kind of like that. But also a guy from Vermont talking into a microphone.
 
David Ortiz: The Big Papi Story captures the spirit of Boston, a city with no shortage of sports icons, and celebrates the rise of a man from the Dominican Republic who willed himself to greatness — and who, in the process, changed the culture of an entire city. In addition to Ortiz’s successful playing career, the series (Executive Produced by Emmy Award winner Zak Levitt and narrated by Michael Chiklis) will examine pivotal moments in his life off the field, from his difficult assimilation ...
 
This show is about empowering you to avoid making excuses and to help you maximize your fitness and weight loss results. No gimmicks, just research-based facts from Award-Winning Fitness Expert, Best Selling Author, 21-time Boston Marathon Finisher and 12-time Ironman Triathlon Finisher Jonathan Roche. Visit http://www.bootcamphub.com to start your 7-day Free Trial!
 
Everything endurance on RunningFlat Radio. Put up every Tuesday with Chris Uszynski Race Director at http://runningflat.com. We talk to News Makers, Movers and Shakers and record holder just inspire you off the couch and into your first 5K. RunningFlat created or produce events such as I RAN THE D, Le Chocolat, Pelee Island Winery Half Marathon, Canada D'Eh Run, Color Run Windsor, Hockeytown 5K and a Reverse Tri.
 
Thanks for checking out the SHOEphoria Podcast by Simon Bartold and Paul Griffin. We run www.bartoldclinical.com - an online lower limb sports medicine education platform for health practitioners and other interested followers. If you want to know a little more about us, head to this link; https://www.bartoldclinical.com/about/about-simon-bartold/...Just so happens to be that we know stacks about footwear science and we would like to share our passion for this industry with you. Thanks for S ...
 
Welcome to The Extra Mile, the official Charity Miles podcast where each week we interview people who are going the extra mile for health and to make an impact. Each interview is conducted outdoors on a walk or run with our guest. And we invite you to turn on your Charity Miles and come along for the walk or run with us.
 
A nonbinary magical runner with a passion for marathons who ends up crossing inter-dimensional portals when their terrible sense of direction leads them on unplanned detours. Literally. It’s such a nuisance when that happens during a race! But no worries: if they complete running those 42,195 km, they’ll come home. Of course, things are never quite as easy.
 
CPAC Today in Politics starts each weekday in Canadian politics with the latest news headlines, a summary of topical opinions from columnists, editorialists and pundits and a preview of the day’s events and activities. Hosted by veteran writer and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC Today in Politics provides you with the information you need to understand what’s driving public policy and political decision-making and tells you what to watch for in the day ahead. A broadcaster, writer and entre ...
 
Meet Jennifer and Lisa - Those Darn Cats! Two lifelong friends and Disney fans putting out a weekly, sometimes adult flavored Disney podcast that is fun, irreverent, very wacky and usually full of "whaaa????" moments! Welcome, check out our website at www.thosedarncats.net and enjoy!!
 
ATTENTION - Over the last year we have strived to bring you the very best in news, interviews and commentary on Tech issues for your home, fitness and financial interests at http://TheAverageGuy.tv as well is the very best in Spartan Radio at http://RadRacing.org. The networks have grown and its time we make a few changes. The Podomatic RSS Feeds for the Home, Fitness and Financial Tech podcasts as well as Spartan Radio have all changed as of Oct 1st, 2011. We will no longer be using the Pod ...
 
Listen as Dana Giordano, a professional middle-distance runner for the Boston Athletic Association, sits down and talks with some of the most inspirational and insightful women in running. Whether they're doing amazing things on the track or working tirelessly to promote the sport as industry leaders and entrepreneurs, hear how they've found success. Connect with Dana on Instagram: https://instagram.com/dana_gio
 
Welcome to the #PlayUnified Podcast, where we meet at the intersection of sports, disability, philanthropy, entertainment and community building. Listen as we discuss why sports is such an important part of life, community and social change. Guests will include local sports figures, government officials, small business owner and figures within the Special Olympics movement.
 
Mojo for Running Coach Debbie Voiles presents training principles and running news. From beginners to marathoners, all runners will learn how to make wise training decisions. Topics include training schedule, base building, tapering, cross training, speed work, stretching, nutrition, drills, and much more. Learn how to train smart to achieve your goals.
 
How each of us practices medicine is uniquely shaped by our experiences. Christine, a nurse practitioner as well as former EMT & Army medic, speaks with medical professionals from all specializations across the globe about the stories that have influenced how they practice medicine. Paramedics, nurses, doctors, & more recount tales that range from funny to wild to profoundly moving, but no matter the role, culture, or country, all are working to make humanity better any way they can.
 
ClifCast, the podcast from Clif Bar, takes you on an adventure: From climbing to running, policy to nutrition, ClifCast brings you inspired stories and interviews for the adventure of life reminding us we all have adventure within us and inspiration is the key to help us go beyond.
 
She's Nik: a marathon runner who's finished her seventh 26.2-miler. He's Dan: a runner who started with the C25K program and has finished his fourth half-marathon. Every week, they record themselves on a short run somewhere in New England (mostly), talk about their training, play some music, and have a few laughs.
 
A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: http://richroll.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Legend is a word that is often bandied around, and frequently unjustified. That said, our guest on Episode 8 of SHOEphoria pretty much invented this descriptor in relation to running. Amby Burfoot won the Boston Marathon in 1968 at the tender age of 22, and went on to set his best time for the marathon at the famed Fukaoka Marathon in Japan in time…
 
The Boston Marathon announced it’s officially cancelled for 2020. This has never happened before. But – Should you care if you weren’t planning on ever running Boston?? Yes, because this announcement may have an impact on all the other races this year. And last week I said I was changing up my long run day ... Read More about What the Boston Marath…
 
"You can't always choose the path that you walk in life but you can always choose the manner in which you walk it." - John O'Leary Rebekah Gregory is a shining example of not letting circumstances define our lives. Just feet away from 2013's Boston Marathon explosion, Rebekah was severely injured and spent the next 56 days in the hospital. Yet, she…
 
Recently, a dear friend shared the work of journalist Mike Max and his coverage of George Floyd's murder and the protests, destruction and marches in Minneapolis in the following days. Mike had covered the sports beat for 34 years at the CBS Minneapolis station and chose to use his longstanding relationship with the community to work to calm the ho…
 
“Your life immediately becomes more meaningful when you are of service to others.” Rich Roll Welcome to the third installment of Roll On—my bi-weekly deep dive into (semi) current events, topics of audience interest, and of course answers to your questions. Serving up co-host duties is Adam Skolnick, an activist and veteran journalist is perhaps be…
 
On Friday, I was ready to put my entire training plan on hold. There was a seemingly shiny little trophy I wanted to add to my wall. Zwift was hosting a virtual Tour de France, and I thought, “Now THAT would be an epic adventure.” I tried to make room in my training schedule, pushing back an important long-run so that I could complete the first sta…
 
Join me every Monday for a quick burst of inspiration on our Live Inspired Podcast Monday Moments segment. During this season of full of challenges, change and the unknown it's more important than ever to recognize that some of these difficulties can be used for new birth, reconciliation and hope for the future. Today, I share a poem written by Sam…
 
"I remember going through a pretty awful breakup and just mentally wasn't in a great place. Not knowing much about nutrition, I thought that I wanted to be a better athlete and I had this newfound sense of motivation. What ended up happening was developing this sense of putting a lot of pressure on myself. I just started doing Google searches like …
 
“Seeing what human compassion could do to an animal gave me a new awareness that I had never understood before, that human actions directly affect the animals that we coexist with.” Harley Quinn Smith Over the last several episodes, I’ve endeavored to shoulder healthy and thoughtful conversations about what matters most right now — the pandemic, ra…
 
Rachna is going to need Rachel to hold her OWN beer and then get herself another. In 1982, Wade Boggs graduated from the Minor to the Major leagues, where he had a storied career with the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, and Tampa Bay Rays. But perhaps more impressive than his more then 3,000 hits, All Star record, and being a first ballot Hall of…
 
A People’s Guide to Greater Boston is a new kind of guidebook to Boston and surrounding towns. Instead of giving an overview of the Freedom Trail and introducing readers to the hot restaurants and hotels of Boston, this guide uncovers the forgotten stories of radicals and activists hidden in every neighborhood and suburb. It has sections covering B…
 
Optimize your running training by properly applying the hard easy principle. You must keep your easy runs easy and your hard runs hard to get the desired training effect. Most runners are driven to check their watch, worried about their pace being too slow, even when it's an 'easy' run day, and this prevents much-needed, injury-preventing recovery.…
 
What if I told you that by adding walk-breaks into your workouts, you’d actually run FASTER!? I’ve personally used the Galloway Walk/Run method and seen it work. In fact, my marathon PR was set using a great deal of run/walk intervals. But I hadn’t seen evidence that it could work at a distance like the mile! And yet, this week I had a client do ju…
 
Need to pee on the run? Don’t want to duck behind a neighbor’s roses?? Here are my thoughts on the Travel Jane Disposable Urinal – Review. Plus a marathon training update! Go to RunEatRepeat.com for notes, links and photos. I didn’t mention it on the episode but I stepped up my mask game and have ... Read More about How to Pee on the Run – Disposab…
 
When you flipped the calendar from December to January, what were you certain was going to happen this year? Maybe a family vacation, wedding, simply going to the store as often as you needed! And then... Borders closed. Events were canceled. Online learning became the norm. Dining room tables, pets and children replaced offices and coworkers. Toda…
 
Once again it’s time for our monthly coaching and conversation episode. After recapping the running news of the week, Julie and Lisa answer listeners’ training questions and provide tips for running happy, healthy, and strong all summer long. Thanks so much to RnJ Sports for sponsoring the podcast!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/runf…
 
As we say goodbye to the month of June, we also regret that there is no June Walker update today. An unfortunate accident involving a goat caused her some back pain and now we’re on hold for a bit. But we are hopeful it won’t be too bad and that she’ll be back at it with our Couch-to-5k program shortly. Laziness never pays. In this case, trying to …
 
Join me every Monday for a quick burst of inspiration on our Live Inspired Podcast Monday Moments segment. How do I greet every person I meet? In silence to myself, I say, "I love you." Though spoken in silence, these words will shine in my eyes, unwrinkle my brow, bring a smile my face and they echo in my voice. - Og Mandino After partnering with …
 
"I definitely felt very different from everyone else and that's definitely, to be honest, a huge reason why I don't really like cross country as much as track. I do feel like there are less people I can relate to or I can even talk to some people about some things I'm experiencing or feeling. I know when I was being recruited at Penn, there was a s…
 
“You’re not going to be liked by everybody but if someone’s going to hate you – let them hate you for doing the right thing.” John Lewis Today I reconnect with my friends John Salley & John Lewis to discuss the black experience, race in America, food injustice, and where we go from here. A legit living legend, John Salley is the first basketball pl…
 
Rachel is going to need Rachna to watch her head! In 2010, the New Orleans Saints were riding high after their 2009-2010 Super Bowl win. But it was the NFC Championship game, and the unusually violent hits from Gregg Williams' defensive line that caught the NFL's attention. In a two year investigation, the evidence revealed a much more nefarious co…
 
The RunRunLive 4.0 Podcast Episode 4-434 – Your Training Plans with the Coach (Audio: link) audio:http://www.RunRunLive.com/PodcastEpisodes/epi4434.mp3] Link MarathonBQ – How to Qualify for the Boston Marathon in 14 Weeks - Hey Folks - Hello and welcome to episode 4-434 of the RunRunLive Podcast. Today we have a long and thoughtful conversation wit…
 
In June 1700, a brief pamphlet titled The Selling of Joseph was published in Boston. It’s considered the first abolitionist tract to be published in what’s now the United States. Authored by Salem witch trial judge Samuel Sewall, the three page pamphlet uses biblical references to argue that enslaving another person could never be considered moral.…
 
Stephanie Lueras has come a long way. About 200 pounds ago, the light switch went on and she got moving. At first, it was just a short walk. Eventually the walk got longer, and then became a run. Then a race. Or two or three. A half-marathon, a few marathons and then triathlon followed, with an Ironman 70.3 looming in the near future. She still cri…
 
The head of Peak Racing, Tony Hammett, joined us this week to give us the race director's perspective on restarting the race season. Peak normally has fifteen races a year, and in 2020, they've only been able to have one. Tony shared with us his priorities and plans for the latter half of the year. We also discussed the big news out of New York and…
 
Rest In Peace, racing in 2020. The New York City Marathon and multiple Ironman races have been recently canceled due to the Covid outbreak. Whether you agree or disagree, whether you’re mad or glad, we can all agree that losing the 2020 Racing Season is just outright sad. Personally, I was holding out some optimism that we’d still see some big race…
 
DC area runner, Kerry Allen, shares her incredible journey from casual runner to “get in shape,” to Olympic Trials Qualifier. A former high school all-state runner, Kerry stopped running freshman year at Duke and nearly gave up the sport altogether. A few years later, a roommate convinced her to train for a marathon, and eventually, she was hooked.…
 
As we're in the midst of the storm! COVID-19, economic recession, social unrest and injustices and yet... Today's guest is a welcomed reminder of the special people continuing to do extraordinary things every day. Dr. Art McCoy's radical yet practical intervention as Superintendent has transformed his district from a “dropout factory” to a 100% gra…
 
“Truth matters now more than ever. If we can’t agree upon what is and is not true, how do we move forward as a society?” Rich Roll Welcome to the second installment of our newly-minted 'ask me anything' themed series, 'Roll On:' -- a twist on my usual format in which I share my thoughts on select topics and answer audience questions. Serving up co-…
 
Jen Rhines is one of the most accomplished American distance runners in history. She's made 15 U.S. national teams including three Olympic teams. At the 2000 Sydney Olympics, she competed in the 10,000 meters. Four years later, she ran the marathon in Athens. In 2008, she dropped all the way back down to run the 5,000 meters in Beijing. Jen has bee…
 
It was a great Father’s Day weekend at the Ordinary household. A bike ride, squeezing in a quality long-run and the coldest beer on the hottest day. I couldn’t have asked for a better day with my family. Training is going well, and it’s appearing that some races may be coming back sooner than later. Ironman Lake Placid rescheduled from late July to…
 
Join me every Monday for a quick burst of inspiration on our Live Inspired Podcast Monday Moments segment. As we are facing uncertainty and adversity, I wanted to welcome back creativity strategist, speaker + author Natalie Nixon. Natalie shares her latest book The Creativity Leap and how the lessons outlined apply to today's chapter of life. This …
 
“This is our chance...to think beyond what the mainstream media is telling us.” Knox Robinson Against the backdrop of a global pandemic has emerged the most powerful civil rights movement of our lifetime -- an irrefutably historic moment that will indelibly shape the economic, political, and social fabric of our country for decades to come. To help…
 
Rachna needs Rachel to get a grip. Monica Seles was the youngest woman to ever be ranked #1 in women’s tennis. She stayed at the top for three consecutive years, despite intense media criticism for not fitting the mold of the very traditional sport. In 1993, at a tournament in Hamburg, Seles was poised to once again face her arch tennis rival Steff…
 
This week, we’re revisiting a classic episode about the radical Black abolitionist David Walker. Walker was a transplant to Boston, moving here after possibly being involved in Denmark Vesey’s planned 1822 slave insurrection in South Carolina. At a time when very few whites spoke of ending slavery, Frederick Douglass said Walker’s book An Appeal to…
 
Hi this is Monica – I love running, eating & sharing the best tips and strategies to help you run your best life. It’s time to get inspired, do the work and be brave so you can chase down your goals! Today I’m sharing a trick that really helped me stop binge eating – and ... Read More about How to STOP a Bad Habit Hack – 126 The post How to STOP a …
 
Robert Hardy had a bone marrow transplant in his battle against Leukemia. A few years later, it was a hip replacement. These procedures caused him to battle dizziness and balance issues, which wasn’t good news for his cycling hobby. So, Robert took up running. Only, he couldn’t really run. The balance issues forced him to walk, and even then he str…
 
The career of Kurt Warner, Super Bowl and 2-time NFL MVPs, reads like a rags-to-riches fairytale. Yet his story off the field I've admired even more. Kurt's dignity and class are undeniable and his example of living faith boldly has changed my own faith walk. Today, Kurt shares a behind-the-scenes look on the unlikely path to his countless accolade…
 
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