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Best Sarah Bowen Shea podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Sarah Bowen Shea 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 ...
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Sarah welcomes therapist Kate Kneifel, MSW, LCSW, who shares running games that can change your outlook and approach to running—and life. This one-on-one conversation (co-host Katie scoots after the intro chitchat) zigs and zags in delightful directions, including: detailing running games you’ve never considered; how creativity and playfulness can …
 
In this first of a multi-part series, Dimity chats with Cynthia Vissers, a #motherrunner and running gear guru who has answered countless questions during her four-year stint at Charm City Running. The duo dive focus on weather running gear, including tips and recommendations for hydration packs and vests, sunscreens, lightweight tops, chafing solu…
 
Sarah and Maggie jump into an enlightening conversation with Jennifer Cassetta, a self-defense expert and 3rd-degree black belt in the martial art of Hapkido. In answering questions from the AMR Facebook page, Jenn shares: the ABCs of martial arts—and how to deploy them on a run; ways to bolster self-confidence and step into your power; how intuiti…
 
Dimity and Sarah advise: -Jessica on the timeframe and important elements of cooldown and recovery; -Jennifer on how to respect the rest day and what else might be wearing her down; -Susan on running on a cambered (read: super-slanted!) road; and, -Whitley on the benefits of barre classes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoi…
 
Sarah and Ellison convene in studio (!) for their biannual conversation about newly published books. The duo talks about these novels and non-fiction books: The Beauty of Your Face: Sahar Mustafa The Other Bennet Sister: Janice Hadlow The Resolutions: Brady Hammes The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes: Suzanne Collins Eight Perfect Murders: Peter Swan…
 
Dimity talks to three generations of runners—Jane Espy, 74; Katie Oglesby, 48; and Abby Oglesby, 21—to get their perspective on how to help kids start and enjoy running. The trio let us in on: Why a 5K is a great place to get them started; What to say—or not say—to a kid who is complaining on the run; Why a parent's mantra should be no pressure; An…
 
Part of our Routines series, Sarah and Amanda converse with three mother runners about the mindfulness techniques they practice to relieve anxiety, improve mood, and affect positive change. Learn: how “expressive writing” can provide calm and reflection; the various ways these women choose—and use—mantras; the power of humor (including foul-but-fun…
 
Sarah and Dimity tell: -Winnie the best way to progress from walk-run to consistent running; -Shannon how to deal with a tweak in her “deep butt muscle”; and, -Jackie advice for end-of-toe callouses. Here are the two videos Dimity recommends to Shannon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Sarah and Maggie talk with two mother runners who detail how losing 70-100 pounds changed their lives (and minds). The candid conversation covers: the value of celebrating “non-scale victories (three cheers for on-the-toes push-ups!); the importance of compassion, curiosity, and consistency; the reality of being in the “injury-corner,” and regainin…
 
Sarah and Dimity have a candid conversation with two African-American mother runners, Brandi Dockett and Jennnifer Baskerville-Burrows, about being a black runner in America today. In this special ad-free episode, the guests talk about: -when they first realized how white the sport of running is; -the necessity of picking “safe” routes and times of…
 
Sarah and Adrienne bring on two Train Like a Mother Club assets, Coach Jen Harrison and Dr. Justin Ross, to share insight and advice on using running-honed tactics to deal with pandemic anxiety, stress, and challenges, such as: how to compartmentalize thoughts and concerns; the power of micro-goals; the importance of accepting, and occasionally emb…
 
Dimity and Sarah counsel: -Katelyn in Kansas City on the importance of sleep (and shifting priorities); -Kristen in Calgary on generating excitement during a virtual race; and, -Katie in Wilmore, Kentucky, on the best approach for blind curves. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Sarah and Molly, the Queen of TMI, have a bloody (had to do it!) good conversation about periods with Dr. Jennifer Hallowell, a Massachusetts-based OB/GYN, mom of two, and self-described “serial half-marathoner.” In answering questions culled from Facebook, the good doctor details: how to get rid of having periods + clever ways to reduce flow; meth…
 
According to our weather girl sources, humidity is rising—and so are temperatures. Don’t head for the treadmill just yet; listen in as Dimity chats with Train Like a Mother Club coaches Jennifer Harrison and Elizabeth Waterstraat to get their tips and tricks on how to handle summer running. Their advice includes: —The amount of time your body needs…
 
Sarah and Katie talk with three women runners about what’s keeping their fitness-fire lit during stay-at-home orders. A few audio highlights: how Texan Samantha’s run streak is keeping her on track, plus how it’s expanded during the pandemic; how Washingtonian Jess views the pandemic as an opportunity to learn new training techniques; how Melissa i…
 
Sarah and Dimity advise: -Stormy in Destin, Florida, on the best ways to stay injury free and motivated doing the Great Virtual Run across Tennessee, including this dynamic warm-up routine; -practical tips for a 24-hour ultra running challenge, like the Yeti, to Courtney in Olathe, Kansas. Bonus: Get Dimity’s honest assessment of the newly re-intro…
 
Sarah and Molly chat with three mother runners about their approaches to running (and triathlon-ing) after their races were postponed, canceled, or are in limbo waiting for word. The gals hash out: -the comfort—and the conflict—of sticking to a training plan with no finish line in sight; -the welcome motivation an annual mileage goal provides; -rac…
 
Getting in line for the Port-a-Potties at every race start, Dimity talks to Dr. Patrick Wilson, PhD, RD, author of the newly released book The Athlete’s Gut: The Inside Science of Digestion, Nutrition and Stomach Distress. Among other things, Patrick explains: —Various common causes of cramps and diarrhea; —The science behind your body burning fats…
 
Sarah and Amanda Loudin talk about what races might be like once they get back up and running. Then, in the second half of the episode, the Missoula Marathon director joins the mother runner duo to talk about the cancellation (sniff, sniff) of that June race, which Sarah has been training for. Sharing knowledge gained through Running USA, Amanda de…
 
Dimity and Sarah share: -recommendations for at-home strength-training equipment for Kate in Yakima, Washington; -guidance to Chicagoan Devon about mixing CrossFit with marathon training; -suggestions for Jana in Waco, Texas, who’s looking to achieve a sub-2:00 half-marathon; and, -vegetarian dinner options for Christina on Long Island, New York, t…
 
Sarah and Maggie talk all about sports bras with Laura Tempesta, a renowned bra consultant and founder of the website/advocacy group Bravolution. Bra-avenger Laura details: why it’s crucial to know what “sister sizing” is before you bra shop; care and washing protocol for getting the most miles out of a sports bra; the key steps to finding your ide…
 
Dimity talks to two women who each recently ran 50K on their own because of COVID-19: Kelli Anderson, a stay-at-home mom of two in Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory, and Lora Morgan, a veterinarian and stepmother of one in Jackson, Georgia. Tune in to learn: —How Lora got through the miles going back and forth on her long, dirt-road driveway; —Why …
 
Sarah and Dimity jump into a conversation with Bonnie Tsui, an avid swimmer and surfer and author of a new book entitled Why We Swim. The water-loving trio talks about: -the brain-wave-changing effects of swimming; -advice for adults who want to learn to swim or be comfortable around water; -practical breathing tips; -the ins-and-outs of Masters sw…
 
Sarah and Dimity reveal: -how building a wide endurance base will allow Suzanne in Calgary to hit her race pace; -other options for Olga in Washington State for dealing with plantar fasciitis; and, -avenues Catherine in Durango, Colorado, can follow to become a certified running coach. In the intro, the hosts rejoice in the “different zing” cycling…
 
Sarah and Katie talk with Cory Nyamora, a clinical psychologist and a triathlon/running coach, about running-related conflicts that can arise in relationships. Responding to real-life questions posted on the AMR Facebook page, Cory discusses: the importance of partners having space and time to pursue passions; how to get a partner to take an intere…
 
Helping you lean into—not curse—April’s showers, Dimity chats with Sarah, a proud Pacific Northwester, about how to embrace the wet—and refreshing—runs in the rain. The duo cover: · Best attire to keep you comfortable; · How to minimize chafe + phone damage; · How to mentally embrace—and enjoy—the challenge; · And why a rainy day trumps a hot or wi…
 
Sarah and Amanda talk all things trail running with Sarah Lavender Smith, a running coach and author of The Trail Runner’s Companion. A veteran of 93 (!) marathons and ultras, Sarah shares: her personal transformation from smoker to accomplished ultramarathoner; the importance of optimism and adaptability when hitting the trail; safety-related scen…
 
Dimity and Sarah suggest: -to Phoebe in New Hampshire ways to protect her lady-bits while cycling; -the go-hard, go-easy rhythm of durable, year-long training for Lisa in Shoreview, Minnesota; -training for non-traditional distance races for Liz in Mystic, Connecticut; and, -how Pilates can be a game-changer for the ailing back of Jamie in Oak Park…
 
Sunny Stroeer used to be a hard-charging strategy consultant, armed with an MBA from Harvard, but turned her back on material possessions and career shortly after turning 30 in order to live in an Astrovan so she could run and climb full-time instead. She’s done big-wall climbs, multi-day paddling trips, 100 milers, and everything in between. Her s…
 
As part of AMR’s “Routines” series, Sarah and Maggie check in with four mother runners about their new normal, daily life, and workouts while sheltering in place. Visit them vicariously, and learn: how meditation is helping ease Nicole’s anxiety; how Kelyn is getting creative combining workouts with homeschooling; what Erin is doing with the time s…
 
Sarah had a virtual sit-down with Tim and Jessica Murphy, the founders of BibRave and fellow Portland residents, to talk about coping during this crisis. They touch on all sorts of topics, including what Sarah’s reading and watching. This conversation is part of a YouTube series, and the trio answers questions pinged in by viewers. Save 20% off any…
 
Sarah and Tish compare self-isolating (and educational!) notes from the two coasts, then are joined by a guest half a world away, Beatie Deutsch, the Israeli marathon and half-marathon champion and a mother of five young children. Beatie shares: -how she morphed from non-runner to national champion in just four years (!!); -what dressing modestly (…
 
On a Thursday morning in early March, Meghan Vanasek, a mother of four in Durham, NC, got news that the Tobacco Road Marathon, her first 26.2, was cancelled because of the COVID-19 situation. On Saturday morning, Meghan ran her own marathon. Dimity chats with Meghan about: · The conflicting emotions she had when her race was canceled; · The alterna…
 
Sarah and co-host Tish Hamilton enjoy a quick catch-up, and Tish tells the tale of her spring break PR. (Psst: It involves location, not time!) Alex Hutchinson, author of the newly released ENDURE: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance, joins the conversation to talk about mental endurance and the power of the mind. In c…
 
Sarah and Dimity talk with psychologist Dr. Justin Ross, whose Denver-based practice is called MindBodyHealth. The trio discuss: -dealing with anxiety during this period of uncertainty; -getting over the disappointment of a canceled race; -shifting to a “holding pattern” with running; -the possibility of post-traumatic growth; and, -finding the “wh…
 
Sarah and Coach Amanda Loudin catch up with three BAMRbassadors, all veterans of numerous marathons and several ultras, who share their best practices before, during, and after long training runs. Revelations include: -pre-run meals and treats (including a protein mug-cake!); -the best night-before prep; -the smartest running gear investment one of…
 
Sarah and Dimity offer up: -motivational tips for injured Ashley in Bad Axe, Michigan; -skip-the-marathon advice to pregnant San Diegan Courtney; -insight into weekly mileage load in hopes Virginian Kathleen can sidestep injury; and, -massage recommendations to Becca in Greenville, South Carolina. Here’s link to the Injured #BAMR Facebook page the …
 
Sarah and Dimity take a (conversational) walk down memory lane with six mother runners to reminisce about AMR's 10 years of helping women runners strive for—and reach—their goals. Recorded in front of the Hilton Head Island Retreat attendees, this episode is full of rowdy laughs and get-you-moving inspiration. When you shop our sponsors, you help A…
 
Dimity chats with Dr. Ellie Sommers, a USATF Level 1 Certified Run coach, a USA Weightlifting Level 1 Certified Weightlifting Coach, and owner of SISU Sports Performance and Physical Therapy in Seattle about: · If runners truly need to strength train for performance (it’s not the answer you expect!); · Why it’s especially important for women to lif…
 
Sarah and Katie gab with Charlie Watson (aka “The Runner Beans”), a British dietitian, marathoner, and author of a new aimed-at-runners cookbook, COOK EAT RUN. In her lovely British accent, Charlie details: -ways to streamline healthy eating; -how she developed 20-minute meals while bring a nanny of three kids; -smart snack choices; and, -a few of …
 
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