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Best Matt Chittim podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Matt Chittim podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Road to the Olympics Trials podcast features eight elite runners, four men and four women, who are excited about pulling back the curtain and being open and honest about their training, racing, and goals in their lead-up to the Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta in February, 2020. The athletes who will be sharing their journey are Jared Ward, Kellyn Taylor, Roberta Groner, Parker Stinson, Lou Serafini, Sarah Bishop, John Raneri, and Dr. Stefanie Flippin.
 
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Are you a runner? Have you ever been injured? If you answered "yes" to the first question then you almost certainly answered "yes" to the second. Heather McKirdy is the co-owner of one of, if not the, biggest coaching services in the country. She coaches dozens of athletes of all abilities. She has lopped nearly an hour off her marathon time. And s…
 
Ruby Wyles is one of the most mentally, emotionally, and physically tough people I've ever met. She has battled through more in her life than most people two or three times her age. This was the first time that I've had a college runner on the show. Having Ruby tell her remarkable was an absolute honor. Ruby has battled anorexia, depression, and an…
 
In this episode we have two coaching calls that were recorded last week with two fantastic people who are working through challenges that are relatable to so many runners: Seth Baird and Allyson Hodge. Seth was a guest on the show in Episode 202 when we discussed his transition from college baseball player, to body builder, to first time marathoner…
 
Hiruni Wijayaratne is the kind of elite runner that amateur runners can related to in so many ways. She has battled against several difficulties throughout her career and continues to come back for more. Those challenges include years worth of injuries, running in the face of unrealized expectations, balancing her training with a demanding full-tim…
 
Today I welcomed the one-and-only Jamison Michael to the show. Jami is one of the best, and most entertaining, running shoe reviewers on YouTube. His channel has over 60,000 subscribers and countless running shoe videos. In this episode we dive into the some current shoes, his favorites in different categories, what shoes are about to be released, …
 
When I grow up I want to be Bart Yasso. It is an honor to welcome Bart to the podcast. He has been a hero of mine for a long time and this is a conversation I will never forget. The epitome of the dedicated amateur runner, Bart retired from Runner’s World at the end of 2017 after 30 years with the magazine. He served as Chief Running Officer for th…
 
I was so excited to chat with two of my favorite podcast hosts for this episode, India Cook and Tommy Mitchell. The Run Duo Podcast is a biweekly show in which India and Tommy talk all things distance running with some shenanigans thrown in. The Run Duo interviews interesting and topical guest from across the distance running spectrum and do so wit…
 
For John Raneri, 2019, including the first few weeks of January, was a banner year. A PR in every distance from the mile to the marathon that culminated with one of the best half marathons in U.S. history. John arrived at the Aramco Houston Half Marathon with a plan to compete and break 62 minutes - and he did just that. John clocked a 1:01:51 to f…
 
It is an honor to have the embodiment of the dedicated amateur runner of the show, Ankita Gaur. Ankita started her running journey with modest goals and grew into a leader in her city, country, and across the globe. She has helped grow the running community in Bangaluru, India with the backing of Adidas. In this episode we talk about how she has co…
 
Jordan Mann is one of the best middle distance runners in the country with a top five USATF Championship finish in the steeplechase and a 3:39 1500m to his name. He is also one of American running's most unique and eclectic voices. In this episode, we begin with Jordan's heart felt opinions on Brown University's decision to cut men's varsity cross …
 
It’s with great excitement that I announce the newest podcast in the Rambling Runner Podcast Network - the Business & Sports Discourse podcast. This episode of the Rambling Runner Podcast features the first two episodes of the new show. The new show will be hosted by me, Matt Chittim, and my good friend Jason Macaluso. This short-form podcast will …
 
What time do you get up? Who does your hair and makeup? And, how do you look that awake? Those are the three questions KCRA Morning News anchor/reporter Deirdre Fitzpatrick gets from her Sacramento viewers. “2:15am. I do it myself which explains a lot. And, coffee by the pot.” Deirdre is a four-time Emmy award winner in writing, anchoring and repor…
 
Welcome to the May edition of Ramblings on the Run with Ali & Matt. Every month, Ali Feller — host of the Ali on the Run Show — and I come together to talk about running industry news, our own running, and things we’re loving right now. This time around we were joined by special guest David Roche. David is an elite trail runner and the co-founder o…
 
Matt Fitzgerald has been running (and writing about running) for most of his adult life. Like many passionate amateur runners, he never felt he quite fulfilled his potential. In his mid-forties, Matt convinced Ben Rosario, head coach of Northern Arizona Elite, to let him train with a roster of national champions and Olympic hopefuls in the running …
 
Dr. Tommy Martin is one heck of an athlete. He is a 3:00 hour marathoner, sub-13:00:00 IRONMAN triathlete, owns the body of a body builder, and is a former college football player. He has achieved that level of success while going through the steps to become a doctor with a focus in pediatrics. In this episode Tommy talks about his humble roots, hi…
 
Kiese Laymon, a southern writer born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi, is one of the best writers in the country. He is the author of Heavy: An American Memoir, the novel Long Division and a collection of essays, How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America. Heavy, winner of the Andrew Carnegie Medal, the LA Times Isherwood Prize for Autobio…
 
In the final installment of the Rambling Runner Virtual Race Series episodes we dive into the marathon with Nate Stewart, Callie Vinson, and James McKirdy. Nate beat a decade long PR in the marathon last month in a solo marathon effort with a blazing fast 2:45. He talks about trying to set a new PR in a virtual marathon that is so new to so many of…
 
Try to find a better amateur running story better than Ana Johnson's. I dare you. Ana was born in a small town in Mexico where she picked up running at a young age. She was heavily influenced by athletic parents and took to the sport immediately. Ana ran her first half-marathon at just nine years of age. After high school, Ana made her way to the N…
 
We are back with another episode focused on food and performance nutrition. Lori Russell RD CSSD provides her expertise on all things nutrition. Not only is she fully credentialed, she is also informed by her background as a marathoner and professional cyclist. In the second part of the show we are joined by Danielle Ryan Broida. Danielle is an exp…
 
In the third episode of Re-Run, Des Linden joins the show to breakdown her iconic victory at the 2018 Boston Marathon. Des analyzes the race mile by rain soaked mile with the wit and candor we all appreciate from this running legend. She touches on every aspect of the race including her recovery the disappointing 2017 Boston Marathon, the epic port…
 
Stephanie Bruce is one of the most accomplished U.S. distance runners and at the forefront of a new era in professional sports. In this episode, Stephanie takes a deep dive into how and why she embraced taking a leading role in the media side of her profession. This is the new reality of being a successful pro runner. Stephanie, and her HOKA NAZ El…
 
With two young children and a military spouse, Brigid Gutierrez does not have a lot of time on her hands for running. That hasn't stopped her one bit. In 2019, Brigid rebounded from the birth of her daughter to have a banner year. In January her goal was to break 3:20 in the marathon. Brigid blew that time out of the water. She rocked the challengi…
 
In this three segment episode we are joined by some amazing individuals. Megan Landmeier describes what it was like to run the virtual 5k and 10k on her balcony in Bogota, Colombia. Elite masters runner, and McKirdy Trained running coach, Heather Pech shares her insights into how we can all run our best half-marathon next weekend and anytime in the…
 
Sara Ibbetson is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, a dedicated sub-elite runner, and the creator of the 2:45:01 series. This project highlights the women who came close to the reaching the Olympic Marathon Trials qualifying time but came up just short. Not only are Sara's curation skills on point, she is also a member of this high level group of …
 
Ali Feller, host of the Ali on the Run Show, and I try to bring some fun and levity to these extraordinary times. We dive into what we are loving right now, looking forward to, our current running conditions, and a series of questions from our listeners. We had a wonderful time discussing all of these things, and more, as we embrace our current cir…
 
Rebecca Mehra is a professional middle distance runner who recently burst into the country's consciousness. This viral tweet, detailing how she helped an elderly couple buy groceries, took the internet and traditional media by storm. Long before Rebecca was honored for her empathy she made herself known in the running community. She is third all-ti…
 
With the Rambling Runner Virtual 5k and 10k right around the corner, we are using this episode to help you prepare to run your fastest, safest, and most fun virtual race possible. This will be the first virtual race for many of you and we want to make sure it goes as smoothly. Coach Michael Crouch, from McKirdy Trained, provides loads of race-day a…
 
At the Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta, Julia Kohnen finished an outstanding race in 10th place. This is a remarkable achievement for any runner, especially an unsponsored athlete who works full-time with an additional part-time job. Julia was one of the few runners who set a PR on the challenging Atlanta course. Julia‘s athletic journey did not…
 
Diljeet Taylor is the women’s cross country and distance coach at BYU and one of the best coaches in the country, at any level. Last fall her Cougars finished second in the NCAA Championships after improving year after year since she took over. How did that same team do during the Indoor Championships? Cancelled. How about the Track Championships? …
 
In this time of self-quarantines and social distancing, gyms across the country haven been closed. This necessary measure has left many athletes wondering how they will strength train at home with minimal equipment and a strong desire to improve. No need to fear, Bethany Davis is here. Bethany's credentials and athletic background speak for themsel…
 
In the lead-up to the Olympic Marathon Trials, Jared Ward was considered to be the safest bet to make the Olympic team on the men's side. While no means a guarantee, he was perceived to be in a very good position to represent the U.S.A in Japan. His years of success, and consistency were at the heart of this belief. Yet, when race-day came, Jared d…
 
Coach's Corner is back. In this episode we are joined by Esther Atkins and James McKirdy of McKirdy Trained. These two great coaches delve into what it's like for someone working full time, often with family responsibilities, who is trying to run at an elite level. This delicate balance can be quite tough even in the best of circumstances. Esther a…
 
In our Olympic Trials wrap-up with Lou Serafini we hear from an amazingly self-aware runner who has started to channel his inner drive and goals. Lou did not run the time that he anticipated but he still achieved his over-arching goal. In addition, Lou talks about all of the work that he and colleagues at Tracksmith have done over the past year to …
 
Hal Higdon is a Contributing Editor for Runner’s World and is the magazine’s longest lasting writer, having contributed an article to RW’s second issue in 1966. He also is the author of more than three dozen books, including the recently released Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide: Advice, Plans, and Programs for Half and Full Marathons (revised…
 
What an amazing year 2019 turned out to be for Roberta Groner. The World Championships then six weeks later NYC Marathon was a marathon double of epic proportions. Unfortunately, the Olympic Trials did not go her way. Roberta did not finish the race and was forced to leave the course around mile 17. In this episode, Roberta shares the details about…
 
In the most emotional episode we have published, Sarah Bishop details the overwhelming response she had to bringing her children to the Olympic Trials to watch her compete. Sarah is one of the most competitive, no-nonsense, people we have had on this show, which makes this interview all the more special. In the past year she has rebuilt her body fr…
 
In our first Olympic Marathon Trials recap we catch-up with Kellyn Taylor after she finished 8th in a time of 2:29:55. We talk about the complexity of falling short of her goal while being elated for her teammates, the shin/calf issue affected her training and race, her thoughts on going into a big race with a “Plan B,” and what the short term futu…
 
Amanda Brooks returns to the show to discuss her new book Run to the Finish: The Everyday Runner's Guide to Avoiding Injury, Ignoring the Clock, and Loving the Run. Amanda lays out the path to finding greater fulfillment in running for those who consider themselves "middle of the pack runners" -- they're not trying to win Boston, they just want to …
 
What an amazing event the Olympic Marathon Trials turned out to be. The men’s and women’s races were absolutely spectacular. In this episode I am joined by Jason Fitzgerald, from the Strength Runner Podcast, immediately after the finish and we take a deep dive into both races, the course, and all things Olympic Trials. Sponsor: In an era where ther…
 
In our final episode before the Olympic Marathon Trials we reconnect with Kellyn Taylor. Kellyn details her recovery post-NYC Marathon, the challenges of starting a new marathon cycle, how her coach Ben Rosario changed this up time around, and her outlook for the Trials. Kellyn also details her family's experience with foster care and how that impa…
 
In this two-part episode with Parker Stinson he details the specifics around his decision not to run in the Olympic Trials and we do a preview of the event. The first part of the conversation is dedicated to his health This decision for Parker was excruciating and I thank him for his candor in telling the story. In the second half of the conversati…
 
Running, injury, recovery - rinse and repeat. Alissa Coffman has lived that life for a few years now and has plenty to share. Her first appearance on the show was episode 17 and she back 200 episodes later. At that moment she has just run a 3:04 at CIM after a 4:04 at the Boston Marathon earlier in the year. Since then she has endured years of inju…
 
We are now one week away from the Olympic Trials. It’s time to start analyzing the field and make predictions about what could happen on race day. In this Women’s Marathon Olympic Trials preview I am joined by two of the most knowledgeable peoplep in the industry - Erin Strout, senior writer at Women‘s Running, and Alison Wade, creator of the Fast …
 
I absolutely loved this wide-ranging conversation with Kim Sundling. Kim is an avid marathoner, cross-trainer, pharmacist with a focus on mental health, a bundle of energy - and someone who continues to work through depression. Kim touches on all of these aspects of her life, and more. On the running front, Kim ran two marathons in the fall before …
 
Lou Serafini is officially ready to roll. After the TCS NYC Marathon he took a short break in November before embarking on a series of shorter races through the winter. It wasn't a typical build-up but Lou states clearly in this episode that he fully believes that he is ready to have the race of his life. In fact, he even called his shot. While we …
 
Our pre-Olympic Trials prep continues with Sarah Bishop. This episode is the full Sarah Bishop experience. We talk about her training after the China IRONMAN 70.3, how she increased her running after the triathlon season, her decision to run the Mesa Marathon (which she won with a 2:39 PR) last weekend before heading to New Zealand for another tria…
 
Jen A. Miller is an award winning freelance writer and author and the author of the running memoir titled “Running: A Love Story.” This is a wonderful book that I could not put down. She’s also a regular contributor to the New York Times and writes their weekly running newsletter. She has also written for the Washington Post, Runner’s World, The Ou…
 
With the Olympic Marathon Trials approaching quickly, we will reconnect with all of our entrants that we have followed since June. First up is Roberta Groner. We talk about her rest period in November, her struggle to find the fire to train hard in December, and how everything is coming together in January and February. She also discusses the Atlan…
 
Kate Landau comes to the show with one of the best marathon resumes in America. She finished top-15 at both Boston and the NYC marathons in 2019 and has improved year-after-year. She is also a masters runner and a single mother! In this episode, Kate talks about her plans for the Trials, why she will also be racing Boston this year, how battling di…
 
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