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Best Runners Of NYC podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Runners Of NYC podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Bringing you untold stories behind luminaries and legends of the New York City’s running culture. A new show from the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network. Hosted by Leigh Anne Sharek and Chris Chavez. Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/runnersofnyc Subscribe to our newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/6cd793688a6d/runnersofnyc
 
We're two NYC based therapists, who on the surface, could not be more different. Rachel is a type A, obsessed runner and Jor-El is mindfulness expert who is all about slowing down. Somehow, we became friends and business partners - and we make it work! We're here to give you an inside look into all things wellness by sharing our expertise, our own journeys, and chatting with some amazing guests. We’ll laugh, we’ll cry, and we’ll learn something new. Join us as we fulfill our goal of making t ...
 
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
 
The Eat for Endurance podcast features Claire Shorenstein, NYC-based Registered Dietitian and running coach, and her nutrition tips for longevity in life and in sport. Through a combination of solo episodes on various nutrition topics, interviews with fellow dietitians, and athlete nutrition profiles, Claire hopes to demonstrate that there are many different pathways towards optimal health and sports performance, and that balanced, healthy eating is so much more than achieving a certain rati ...
 
The Urban Sports Insider podcast explores the world of urban group sports, and culture through conversation. Hosted by a member of the NYC runner and arts community, Marcus Hedgpeth, the podcast delves into the nuances of participating in group sports, the politics surrounding sport, the ways participating in athletics has benefited each guest, and what role health and movement play in their daily lives. The podcast seeks to explore these themes, as well as aid those seeking their own commun ...
 
An insider look at cannabis from industry trailblazer Tara Misu. Tara interviews her extensive network from over a decade working in cannabis. She is the owner and founder of edibles company Blazin' Bakery whose products have been in 1000+ shops. Tara is an activist having penned historical medical marijuana legislation in New Jersey, a professor teaching Cannabis 101 and national conference speaker. Trailblazin' is a light-hearted podcast mixing a fun cannabis past with a new exciting future.
 
LA born, Indiana raised, Chicago local Professional DJ/Producer/Podcast Host Host of "Sherm In The Booth" Podcast - features interviews with worldwide talent in the music industry including Hook N Sling, Win and Woo, Greco(NYC), King Arthur, Gianni Blu, and many more Have supported Galantis, Gorgon City, Shiba San, Walker and Royce, Ricky Retro, Vicetone, Hook N Sling SITB is available on Soundcloud, iTunes Podcasts, Spotify, and Youtube Inquiries: sherminthebooth@gmail.com MGMT: tony@choose ...
 
Live Electronica. Really. Science Vs Nature (SVN) has been working together since early 2001 to reinvent electronic music. For years they pushed the limits of live electronica technology using hardware that was originally intended for studio use only. Today, SVN is the front-runner of live electronic music with over 10 years under their belt, including multiple singles, an EP, and a full length album, and yes . . . they are still using gear only experts could dream of using in their live show.
 
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“I think where the dialogue really happens is in a Black Men Run group chat that we have. Just think about what we’re all feeling when that situation happens with George Floyd or Ahmaud Arbery. It really gets to a point where we don’t feel OK. We’re not alright. We try to support each other as best as we can but the reality is our job as Black Men …
 
This week our hosts Rachel and Jor-El talk with runner, host and health advocate Jonathan Levitt. Jonathan works for a company called Inside Tracker which offers personalized health and nutrition recommendations based on blood biomarkers (that you typically won’t get from your doctor!). As Jonathan puts it “we remove the opinion” on nutrition and l…
 
This podcast episode is attorney Matthew Miller of MG Law. Matt is one of the few true subject matter experts on all things intellectual property in the cannabis and hemp space. He has spoken at national industry conferences such as NECANN and CannaCon several times, he was part of an industry panel at the first hemp entrepreneurship event at Rutge…
 
Welcome to Episode 27 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Ali Feller, host of the Ali on the Run Show. I’m embarrassed to say that it’s taken me over two months to edit and publish this episode! The joys of working and parenting in these crazy times, that’s all I can say. Podcasting has had to take a bit of a backseat to everything else unf…
 
"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 …
 
Ashley Gilbertson is an Australian photographer and writer living in New York City widely recognized for his critical eye and unique approaches to social issues. Gilbertson is a member of the VII Photo Agency, a frequent contributor to The New York Times and a collaborator with the United Nations. Early on, Gilbertson’s work focused on refugees, an…
 
Host Rumaan Alam talks about elevating Black voices in the book publishing industry with Tracy Sherrod, editorial director of the Harper Collins imprint Amistad Press. In the interview, Tracy explains how the predominantly white publishing industry has created barriers for Black authors over the years. She also digs into the details of her work, in…
 
On this episode of Trailblazin’ with Tara Misu we discuss something every single person in the cannabis industry needs at some point. Money! This interview is loaded with valuable tips on raising capital for your cannabusiness as well as some insights for potential investors. David Cunic is an entrepreneur who is an Investor Relations Advisor. In t…
 
"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…
 
This week, host June Thomas digs into the romance genre with bestselling author Jasmine Guillory, who started her career as a lawyer and then went on to release five novels including Party of Two, which was released on June 23. In the interview, Jasmine talks through her writing process and shares how she was able to publish five novels in such a s…
 
It’s hard to know when to step in when the people you love and care about might be going through a rough time. When is the right time to be seriously concerned about their mental health? And when is it just a slump? In our latest episode our hosts and licensed therapists Rachel and Jor-El answer these questions, and give some tangible examples on h…
 
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…
 
"My daughter said to me the other day, 'I want to be a police officer, Daddy, so I can be a good one and make changes.' I said, 'That's good, baby. Listen to all the conversations that are happening because you don't have to make this decision yet. Originally, she wanted to be a teacher. My mother is a teacher. I'm kind of a teacher in how I articu…
 
Host Isaac Butler talks to novelist Mira Jacob about the process of writing her comic book memoir, Good Talk. They discuss what it was like for Mira to switch mediums, how the constraints of that medium helped her tell her story, and why it’s so hard to share personal details with a large audience. After the interview, Isaac and co-host Rumaan Alam…
 
Jessie Gill is a registered nurse who teaches patients and consumers about cannabis. She is a patient, parent and the founder of Marijuana Mommy® an online medical marijuana resource that has reached hundreds of thousands of visitors. She’s a writer whose work has been in publications such as Forbes, High Times, Good Housekeeping and VICE. Jessie w…
 
On Sunday, June 14th, hundreds of New York City runners gathered at the East River Amphitheatre for a two-mile protest run against racial injustice and police brutality in America. The run was organized by Coffey – who was recently a guest on our show and has emerged as one of the city's most vocal activists in the fight against racism. He called o…
 
Host Rumaan Alam chats with comedy writer and performer Cole Escola, who’s known for his roles on Hulu’s Difficult People and truTV’s At Home With Amy Sedaris as well as his sketch comedy videos on YouTube. In the interview, Cole talks about his new special Help! I’m Stuck!, which he filmed alone in his apartment and released on YouTube. He also di…
 
Imagine you are running a track race but instead of seeing your competitors and the clock you can only see blurred colors. You only know who you are racing based on their sponsor kit blur and the colors of the ponytails. When you cross the finish line you don’t know what place you came in or how many people you passed on the final straightaway. Thi…
 
In light of recent events around racism going more mainstream, Rachel and Jor-El wanted to offer some therapist-led insight to help you become a better white ally in the fight for equality. In this latest episode, Rachel and Jor-El speak from their lived experiences as people, and as therapists, and model ways that you can move forward in allyship …
 
Vladamir Bautista is one of the founders of New York City cannabis inspired lifestyle brand and famous NY cannabis speakeasy Happy Munkey. Vlad is recognized for his relationships with the international cannabis elite and for his expertise in media and events connecting people from musicians to politicians. ___________________________ This and ever…
 
This week host June Thomas learns about all the work that goes into making YouTube food videos. Her guest is online cook Adam Ragusea, who explains how he was able to monetize something that started as a fun side project. He also offers tips on how to make engaging videos that get to the point and respect the audience’s intelligence and time. Then,…
 
Leo Bridgewater is an activist and businessman with a national industry presence. Before his time on the frontlines of the cannabis debate, Leo was in the military as a response to 9/11 and had multiple deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan. After coming back he began using cannabis to treat PTSD and speaking with other veterans. He was a central voi…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks to documentary theater makers Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen, whose plays include The Exonerated, about the criminal justice system, and Coal Country, about the Upper Big Branch mine disaster in West Virginia. Blank and Jensen explain how documentary theater works, from interviews with subjects to a live performanc…
 
Makeda Marley is the daughter of none other than reggae pioneer and cannabis legend Bob Marley. Makeda is a talent in her own right, performing as DJ Liv Luv, she has a debut album coming out and a single Freedom isn’t Free. Makeda is freedom fighter in the cannabis movement and has her own brand of CBD products in the works. We talk about cannabis…
 
Content advisory: Please note this episode includes discussion of depression and suicide. Please be advised. In our latest episode Rachel and Jor-El have a sit down with writer, social media manager, and mental health advocate Theodora Blanchfield. In this episode Theodora shares about her experiences with depression, grief and suicide. She offers …
 
Welcome to Episode 26 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite ultrarunner and (mostly) vegan athlete, Mike Wardian. If you haven’t heard of Mike, he’s a beast of an athlete and also one of the nicest, down-to-earth guys you’ll meet in the running world (and elsewhere). The number of back-to-back races, Fastest Known Times (FKTs), and othe…
 
“I don’t really feel that I need to disprove the idea of burnout. But to me, it’s all a mental thing. The only reason you really walk away is because 1) You just come to hate it and you never really want to do it again or 2) You never come to terms with the fact that you might have to do it differently to get back there. As young women, you wake up…
 
Host Rumaan Alam talks about art curation with Sheena Wagstaff, who leads the Metropolitan Museum's program of modern and contemporary art for the Met Breuer and the Met Fifth Avenue. First they discuss the curator’s role of deciding which works of art are culturally important. Then Wagstaff makes her case for why people should see art in person an…
 
"I saw that there was this lack of representation within this space. Even though I'm going it at a recreational level, I started to see the reactions and responses to people who were finding out that this is something I was actually doing. It is very normal for folks to just think, 'Oh you're in the sprinter category or you're you're more for short…
 
“The more I ran, the more questions I started to ask about this space. When I would run, I never saw anyone who looked like me. I am an African American woman. I lived in a neighborhood that is not African-American and is a predominantly white and Latinx population. Running in the neighborhood I started to wonder, ‘Do black women run? Do other Afri…
 
On September 27th, 2016 Deputy Chief Michael Fahy of the NYC Fire Department tragically lost his life in the line of duty. Since then the FDNY has held an annual memorial run to honor Chief Fahy and to raise money for the FDNY Foundation. This year’s event will be held virtually and all proceeds will go toward FDNY families most effected by the Cov…
 
Host June Thomas digs into the craft of acting with Alison Wright, who portrayed Martha on The Americans and now plays Ruth on the new TNT adaptation of Bong Joon-ho’s 2013 movie Snowpiercer (which itself was based on the French graphic novel Le Transperceneige). Wright explains how she developed Ruth’s unique accent in Snowpiercer, how she utilize…
 
Have you ever experienced a song or movie that changed your life? We definitely have! In our most recent episode, hosts Jor-El and Rachel talk about some of the most meaningful media they’ve experienced in their lives (+ some listener submissions!). We hope that you enjoy this fun episode as we share some of our favorites and explore the utility of…
 
"My grandfather told us from the jump, ‘Don’t ever let color separate you from anything. Don’t the color of green get you into any kind of trouble with another color but always accept another color besides your color and because we can all be a family together. Don’t worry about whoever it is that hates your color. You were born this color for a re…
 
Alison Wade used to operate fast-women.com from 2000 to 2006 and continued covering the sport but worked in other avenues of the running industry. In 2019, she resurrected her coverage in the form of a weekly newsletter that has become a hit within the running community. When she re-launched it, she said: “as a lifelong fan of women’s distance runn…
 
"It's been pretty overwhelming and stressful at work. I am in the gastroenterology and hematology unit at Memorial Sloan Kettering. Every floor in the building specializes in a specific type of cancer. For now, I'm not working directly with COVID patients but we have about four to six floors exclusively for COVID patients. My floor is taking in can…
 
Welcome to Episode 25 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Pediatric Dietitian, Pegah Jalali, MS RD. Yep, I’m taking a little break from my usual sports nutrition programing to focus on infant and toddler nutrition! It may seem unrelated to talk about general nutrition for kids on this podcast but really, it’s not. Many of my listeners and c…
 
“My biggest goal right now is making the Olympic team for 2020. I feel like that’s a start. Sometimes I get a little scared thinking about bigger goals for years and years down the road. I like to do incremental ones. I think I would want to be known as a tough runner. I feel like I’m not super glamorous but a little more blue collar – just getting…
 
This week, host Rumaan Alam talks to TV and movie director DeMane Davis about what a working director really does. According to Davis, it requires a huge amount of collaborative problem-solving. Davis traces her journey from advertising copywriter to filmmaker and explains the importance of making art with a purpose. After the interview, Rumaan and…
 
Have you been curious about how to get started in therapy, but felt unsure about how to do it? Have no fear - we’re here to answer your questions! In our latest episode Rachel and Jor-El take on this listener submitted question on how to get started in therapy. They cover everything from how to search for a therapist and how to know if you’ve got t…
 
“How I would like people to see me is ‘She didn’t give up.’ I’ve had so many times where I’ve had to come back from injuries – even as recently as this past summer. I remember calling coach Sparks after I hurt my hip again and literally sobbing to him on the phone that my running career was over because I thought that was it. After my surgery two y…
 
This week, June Thomas talks with opera singer Jamie Barton. Barton is a critically acclaimed American mezzosoprano who performs at major opera houses all around the world and maintains an active social media presence that serves as a hub for conversations about body positivity, diet culture, social justice issues, and LGBTQ rights, You can hear he…
 
President Greg Baughman and CEO Tracee McAfee invented Cryo Cure’s patent-pending technologies which skip the hanging phase of drying. The system dries and cures cannabis through freeze drying it in as little as 24 hours. The resulting product is light, fluffy, and aromatic, with trichomes and terpenes intact and flavor profile preserved as if at t…
 
Nico Escondido is the Chief Cannabis Officer and part owner of High Times where he ran the Cannabis Cup judging for a decade and made his cult video Grow Like a Pro. He is the Founder of the Cannabis Genetics Institute in San Francisco and Amsterdam, the CEO of Applied Cannabis Sciences of New Jersey and a Board Member of both the public Canadian c…
 
Scott Rudder is the President and Founder of the New Jersey CannaBusiness Association, NJ’s first and largest cannabis trade organization. Scott is a prominent voice in the NJ legalization movement who regularly testifies supporting various cannabis efforts and speaks nationally on the subject. He is also a former NJ State Assemblyman. ____________…
 
Cullen Jenkins is a former NFL defensive lineman and Super Bowl XLV champ with the Green Bay Packers. He has also played for the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, and Washington Redskins. Cullen is now part of the CBD line Fresh Farms CBD and a cannabis advocate. We talk about how CBD is helping so many athletes in areas such as CTE, pain manag…
 
Welcome to ' More Than Running with Dana Giordano.' This new show from the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network will give an inside look at women's running from all types of perspectives. The goal is to bring you a different side to the athletes, coaches and notable people from the sport that you may know. This is a podcast about just that – more than runnin…
 
Welcome to Episode 24 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Elite ultrarunner, Courtney Dauwalter. Courtney is arguably one of the best ultrarunners competing right now, and it’s no surprise that she was voted UltraRunner of the Year for the second year in a row. She has won a number of big races, including the prestigious Ultra-trail du Mont…
 
"Around Labor Day of 2019, I had to go into the hospital for open-heart surgery. That was quite unexpected. Totally unexpected. Didn't realize that. I had no signs of anything going wrong with my body. I was actually training to do the Ragnar Napa with a bunch of friends. We were going to go out there and revisit our old ultra team. A bunch of old …
 
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