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Best Mother Runner podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Mother Runner podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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This weekly podcast explores the intersection of running and mothering; it was launched in 2011 by the authors of RUN LIKE A MOTHER: HOW TO GET MOVING AND NOT LOSE YOUR FAMILY, JOB, OR SANITY. Host Sarah Bowen Shea, a mom of three and veteran of 14 marathons, is joined by a rotating coterie of co-hosts and often a guest expert to discuss topics ranging from how to reach a big race goal to the value of a best running friend, and everything in between. Training, nutrition, motivation, mental t ...
 
The Michigan Runner Girl podcast is where you'll find a passion for running crosses paths with a love of living healthy in the beautiful state of Michigan. Runner, mother, writer and lover of all things Michigan Heather Durocher, creator of the running and travel site MichiganRunnerGirl.com, hosts the show, along with regular appearances by fellow Michigan Runner Girls (and Guys). Expect to hear informative and entertaining conversations with runners, race directors and fitness experts throu ...
 
The Train Like a Mother (TLAM) podcast speaks to a wide array of comprehensive running programs, from 5Ks to half-marathons, marathons, and even 50-mile ultras for beginning or resuming runners all the way up to multi-time marathoners. Expert coaches, plus host Dimity McDowell of Another Mother Runner fame, offer advice, motivation, and support from the first step to the finish line. Find TLAM Club programs at trainlikeamother.club
 
Runners Without Limits is a podcast for every runner. From Novice to Advanced, we have unlimited potential and we all belong in this tribe. Heather and Jen are a coach/athlete duo that talk about all things running during this weekly podcast. As “Adult-Onset” runners, these two friends provide support for one another and the running community through sharing their personal running victories and challenges.
 
Alysia Montano, Molly Huddle and Roisin McGettigan are three Olympians, from 2 countries, including 2 Moms and 1 current pro coming together to talk about the inspiring figures, important topics and interesting stories in women's sports. We care about the landscape and future of our sport of Track and Field and we want to create more media coverage of women's sports in general. We'll be interviewing inspiring athletes, and discussing topics and news in the track world and beyond. Thanks for ...
 
Find Your Tribe Podcast is a conversation addressing all aspects of what makes our businesses and personal lives unique. We will balance traditions with new methods, while respecting the past and acknowledging the need to embrace new methods and technologies. Find Your Tribe Podcast uncovers the personalities behind the businesses, the leaders who paved the way and the essential heart of what makes our Tribes run.
 
The Tough Girl Podcast is all about inspiring and motivating YOU! I will be interviewing inspirational women from around the world, who’ve faced and overcome difficult challenges and situations, they will share their story, their knowledge and provide advice and essential tips for you to overcome your own personal challenges.
 
A weekly show that brings you ten new tracks from artists from across the world. We cover every genre conceivable, from abstract techno, mutated dancehall, dark metal to Chinese bin lid music or something else - if it's recorded outside of the major label system, we're up for playing it. You'll find music you love, music you don't understand, and music that'll change your life.
 
Hugely popular among younger readers, White Fang by Jack London was a runaway hit when it first debuted in 1906, as a serial story in the Outing magazine. Since then it continues to enjoy immense acclaim and popularity as a coming of age allegory where a nonconformist youngster is transformed into a responsible citizen. The most appealing aspect of White Fang is that it's told from the point of view of an animal, in this case an Alaskan Husky. Like Black Beauty by Anna Sewell, White Fang als ...
 
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Sarah and Dimity serve up: -shoe-cleaning pointers for Kate (here’s a how-to article); -face-covering revelations + product solutions for Britt (here’s the Asics option + Athleta mask); and, -solutions for making crotch-sweat less unpleasant + less painful for Natalie. The final step to better running: Visit Currex.us and use code AMR15 for 15% off…
 
Sherry is the type of person you want to do your long run with. The mom of 4 found running in college to reduce anxiety and stress and it became her medicine and therapy. As a mother, running gave her a space to create a community with other moms, which eventually turned into the instagram account @crazy_mother_runners. We go off on all sorts of ta…
 
In this episode, Heather and Jen welcome two dear friends, Kimberly Estabrook and her mom, Kathy. Both are training for RunDisney’s Dopey Challenge, regardless of their health challenges. Over the years they have both turned to each other and running to overcome obstacles they faced. Our conversation is the epitome of Runners Without Limits, provin…
 
This is our first show in a long time where we've recorded in the same room, and it's all the better for it. Here in the UK we specialise in warm beer, but the Hot Beer of Nazamba that opens this podcast puts us in a much better place than the curiosities of post-lockdown Britain. We also welcome in the new sounds from the mesmerising Hekla, Uganda…
 
“It’s been tough. And I think we’re right smack dab in the middle of it and we don’t really know what to expect. And you know, what is the phrase we heard early on? We don’t know what we don’t know.” Lisa Taylor, lifelong runner and longtime running coach, talks about the pandemic and how it’s impacted daily life and the running community. As execu…
 
Mohammed Ahmed joins the show today! He is having a speedy year, and recently ran 12:47 5,000m at the Bowerman Track Club intersquad meet, followed up by a 3:34 1500 at the next intersquad meet. The 12:47 not only broke the Canadian record for the 5,000m; it also put him at the 10th fastest time in the World only 10 seconds off the World Record. Mo…
 
Sarah and Molly talk to a trio of women who know all about breastfeeding babes: a lactation expert; former elite runner Tina Muir; and a “regular” mother runner. They share: -how to set yourself up for a “stellar” breastfeeding experience; -loads of bra-fitting and bra-buying advice; -nutrition and hydration pointers; and, -advice on juggling feedi…
 
On the 5th Year Anniversary of the Tough Girl Podcast I’ve taken this as an opportunity to share more about what’s been going on over the past 12 months and sharing more about what’s been happening behind the scenes and answering questions from the patrons and members of the tough girl tribe community. If you would like to listen to other solo epis…
 
Tory and I get together to celebrate 100 episodes! We answer listener questions on how to run your first 50K race and reminisce about our first attempt at the distance. Should you run your first 50 as a virtual race or hold out for the real deal? Does gardening count as training? What if you can only get to the trails once a week, can you train on …
 
Mya-Rose in her own words: “I love birds and wildlife & am a naturalist, conservationist and environmentalist wanting to save our planet and everything on it. I believe that we have to do everything we can to save the environment from damage and I want to try and persuade as many people about that as possible, especially those in power. Birding in …
 
Anna Turner, Sports Dietitian with St. Vincent Defining Sports joins the show for her third time today! We are covering all things hydration and electrolytes in this episode. Anna covers so much great information in this episode and if you are an endurance athlete you are going to want to hear about it. Show Notes: St. Vincent Sports Performance HY…
 
Saray is the first black African woman to ski to the South Pole and summit Mt Everest 66 years after the mountain was first summited in 1953. Saray is an award-winning mountaineer and a business executive with over 18 years’ experience in industry leading blue-chip companies which drive innovation and change both locally and internationally. Throug…
 
Zahrah is a Muslim woman of South Asian heritage, who lives in Scotland. Zahrah got into hiking three years ago when a friend took her out for a walk to reduce the stress of her chartered accountant exams. Zahrah shares her walks on instagram where she is know as @the_hillwalking_hijabi. Zahrah is passionate about getting people outdoors, she share…
 
Karen Darke is a British Paraplegic adventurer, athlete and author. Karen was a keen runner and mountaineer (climbing both Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn), however, at 21 years old, she was paralysed from the chest down following an accident, whilst sea cliff climbing. Karen has continues to go follow her interests and passions and loves going on ad…
 
*There seems to be an issue with uploading this week's episode, this is an identical copy that will hopefully make it into your feed* We're pretty confident that you'll find something to fall in love with on this week's podcast. The quality is so high and the musical explorations so varied, there's nearly something for everyone. Whether it's the sa…
 
Pro Runner Neely Gracey, an eight-time collegiate national champion and three-time Olympic qualifier, had big plans for 2020. But COVID threw her—and us—a big bend in the road, and she’s actually grateful for the interruption. Tune in to find out: —The three ways she tracks her current fitness gains; —What she learned from her series of recent virt…
 
After a year of facing her childhood fear of open seas, Lungi wrote her name in history by being the first African female to sail to the Arctic on her recent climate change and plastic pollution expedition to the North Pole. The 34-year-old’s professional background is in banking but, after taking up sailing in 2016, she's already achieving what mo…
 
We're pretty confident that you'll find something to fall in love with on this week's podcast. The quality is so high and the musical explorations so varied, there's nearly something for everyone. Whether it's the sample-laden bewitching sounds from Estonia from Man Rei, or the dub-laced psych from... err... Estonia in the shape of Huerequeque. We …
 
As the world continues to open back up, runners are chomping at the bit to get back to real races. Heather and Jen talk to two runners who recently toed real start lines. They recap their experiences and detail how events and race organizers have had to change some logistics. Hopefully, we will continue to see races come back, but when they do, the…
 
Lopez Lomong is a 2X Olympian and just ran a new 5K PR at the age of 35 at a Bowerman Track Club Intersquad meet. His story to where he is today is a story of faith, hope, courage and tenacity. He is from South Sudan and at the age of 6 was taken by soldiers from his family at a church service where he was held captive until he escaped with three o…
 
Sarah and Katie dish with Ellie Kempton, the Simply Nourished Nutrition dietitian, about healthy eating, weight management, and meal planning. Ellie serves up: ways to maintain motivation for healthy eating, even in stressful times; how to side-step stress eating—and how protein can aid in that pursuit; the concept of—and examples of—“stitchable-me…
 
Nikki in her own words; I’m here to do my best, be my best, have a blast and meet as many people as I can along the way. I’m Chasing Extraordinary! Since … well ever since I can remember, I’ve been into moving my body, pushing, training, looking after and loving my body. I started ballet at the tender age of 4 and it’s been all sorts of incarnation…
 
Joel Gaff and his family -- wife Laura and their two little girls -- have spent the past several months in Portland, Ore., adjusting to quarantine life while juggling parenting with jobs in healthcare (Laura) and in the running and endurance sports industry (Joel). (Listen all the way through to hear an adorable interaction with Joe's daughter's Ha…
 
Dimity and Sarah enlighten: -Erin on making running a routine again; -Megan on combining endurance and speed, if that’s what interests her; and, -Margaret on training log options—including details to include. (Here’s the journal Dimity recommends.) The final step to better running: Visit Currex.us and use code AMR15 for 15% off a pair of Currex ins…
 
Jana was born in Russia, and her parents moved to the U.S. when she was 12. Her first experiences with hiking was heading out with her parents to New Hampshire. After college she moving to New York City and started to make some big changes to her lifestyle, and wanted to see what her body could do. She started by getting back into running, and was …
 
A great batch of sounds on this week's podcast. Kicking off with the fabulous first cut from the new LP from Montevideo's Lila Tirando a Violeta, we've got field recordings from Nairobi's KMRU, modern classical from Silvia Tarozzi, a fake Italo disco soundtrack, avant garde studio improvisations from HXXS and loads more. Tracklisting Lila Tirando a…
 
In this episode we feature two runners who ran 26.2 miles...ON THEIR OWN! Heather and Jen discuss how each of them tackled a Virtual Marathon solo and their reasons for doing so. We hope you find some inspiration to keep moving, and make the choice to celebrate what you can do. While Virtual Marathons may not be for everyone, they are possible, and…
 
Addie Bracy joins me on the show today! She runs for Nike Trail, she’s a running coach, a mental performance consultant and the co-founder of OUTrun. The inspiration behind OUTrun is to empower and connect LGBTQ+ individuals within the running community and to create an environment that is encouraging, supportive, and inclusive to all. Addie has a …
 
Sarah and Tish welcome professional runner, activist, podcast host, and new mom (for a 3rd time) Alysia Montaño. In addition to talking about her new book, Feel-good Fitness, Alysia details: how fitness is her “space for joy”; the importance of making life during this pandemic “manageable and sustainable”; advice on cultivating motivation; the moth…
 
Anoushé works as a civil servant, and also writes, speaks and campaigns to encourage people that sport can be done by everyone, regardless of physical capabilities. Anoushé was born missing her right arm below the elbow, has survived cancer, and lives with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Anoushé continues to be a role model and is an ambassador for ‘LimbPo…
 
You name it, Bailey has been through it. I have no words to describe the abuse and trauma she had to go through as a young person. She found running as her saviour, until it too became a source of stress and pressure, and she was left underfed and injured. After years of road blocks Bailey found her place in the trails. Find me on instagram @hilspo…
 
Eddie Kline and his team are working hard to make this fall’s Holland Haven Marathon, Half Marathon and 8K an in-person event. Now in its 7th year, these west Michigan races are set for Sunday, Sept. 13. “As race day approaches, we are putting together our plan to keep runners safe,” Eddie says, adding that efforts are evolving as government recomm…
 
Sarah and Dimity tell: -Christine to “have at it” if she wants to run the same-ish route and distance every run; -hydration best-practices to Sharon, who gets “ridiculously thirsty” on her runs; -Erin what to make of on-the-run heart palpitations (Valsalva Maneuver how-to); and, -book recommendations to motivate and enlighten Lexi. Titles the duo r…
 
Michelle Griffith-Robinson OLY is a former Olympic athlete who represented Great Britain in the Triple jump. Michelle was the first woman in the UK to have jumped over 14 metres. Michelle is married to Matthew Robinson, an ex professional Welsh rugby player and she has three children. In 1999 after leaving professional sport, Michelle became qualif…
 
Music to stretch your ears to on the show this week, with lots of wonderful mammoth tunes, including the sublime new track from Matmos, which clocks in just shy of ten minutes. We're also honoured to have a premiere of the fabulous new Planet Battagon track on the On the Corner Records dancefloor sampler, which is out later this month. Sticking wit…
 
Shelby Houlihan and Karissa Schweizer join me on the podcast today! These Bowerman TC ladies just slayed the 5K in their intersquad meet last Friday coming in blazing sub 14:30. Karissa finished the race in 14:26 and Shelby in 14:23 breaking Shelby’s 2018 American Record of 14:34. If you haven’t listened to my first episodes with these ladies- make…
 
Duane Solomon recently announced his retirement from track and field after a long and successful competitive career. He is an 800 meter runner who is currently the 3rd fastest American in the distance with a time of 1:42:82. Duane competed in the 2012 London Olympics, placing 4th in a race where the World record was set, making his finish the faste…
 
Sarah and Dimity, the dynamic duo who founded AMR, share details of their life during these challenging times. The wide-ranging conversation covers: -coping strategies, including what structure and routine do for Dimity; -their workouts—plus what motivates them to get moving; -habits that are keeping them content and productive; and, -mealtime stra…
 
Shanna is a firecracker from Texas who races quads, coaches CrossFit, and just ran her first trail marathon. I can't explain what it means to race an ATV in a desert race, so check out this video! What I can say is it doesn't surprise me she fell in love with the struggle of a long trail race. More from me @hilsport55 Support the podcast here! http…
 
Selene Yeager is a top-selling professional health and fitness writer who lives what she writes as a NASM certified personal trainer, USA Cycling certified coach, Pn1 certified nutrition coach, pro licensed off road racer, and All-American Ironman triathlete. Selene has written, co-written, and contributed to more than two dozen books such as ROAR,…
 
Dimity and Sarah chat with Coaches Jen and Liz in a special ad-free episode to discuss AMR’s exciting new virtual running event series—and also to explore themes this program fosters, such as teamwork, camaraderie, consistency, and so on. As Coach Jen reminds us: “You never regret putting miles in the bank. People need to stay fit and have a purpos…
 
As of this podcast, we have supported 3,596 unique artists and record labels, but we need your help to support more. Even though we host the podcast for free so that we can celebrate phenomenal music, this podcast has hundreds of pounds in additional costs that we can't cover alone. If you can afford it and want to make sure we can bring you the ne…
 
Triathlete and race director Eva Solomon, co-founder of Epic Races in southeast Michigan, returns to the show to talk about the future of racing. Having cancelled and reimagined the races her company organizes -- Epic Races is behind numerous running, cycling, and swimming events held all year round in Michigan -- Eva and her team had to think fast…
 
How many times have you needed the right song at the right time, and your playlist knows? Heather and Jen recap their 5k “Test” experiences, and discuss the benefits of running a benchmark test occasionally. They discuss other Training techniques such as the Magic Mile and Yasso 800s, how and why you would use them in a training plan. Resources Men…
 
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