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Trasie Phan and Elizabeth Kocek, ULTRA Marathon runner, have a candid conversation about how running long distances started for them. Trasie was introduced to ULTRA Marathons in 2009 as a volunteer at the Pacific Crest Trail 50 Mile Run and met Elizabeth in fall of 2011 at a run Trasie organized for San Diego Running Meetup. Trasie invited Elizabeth on a trip to the Grand Canyon in May of 2012 and that is how Elizabeth’s ULTRA Marathon journey started.
Listen and learn how these two friends met through their love of running, have run thousands of miles together as well as supporting one another and have discovered a community of people who are amazing. It all starts one step at a time.
You can learn more about Elizabeth Kocek by reading her blog, liza-potranca.blogspot.com
Listner and Partnerunning Community requests for a guide to Australian Marathons has been a popular topic in recent months and in this episode we commence our 2014 Guide to Australian Marathons.
Part One includes an overview of current Australian Marathons with introductory comments.
Part Two will include our rating guide and best of selections.
Also on this weeks show we report on The Inaugural Big Forest Run
Regular segments include:
Over the shoulder
The road ahead.
In last weeks show we provided an overview of Australian Marathons.
In Part Two of the Australian Marathon Guide we look at category suggestions including:
First Timers - Speed
Firdst Timers - Unique
First Timers - Experience
Also on the show we have regular segments:
Over the shoulder
The road ahead
Joe talks to race officials from seven Fall marathons on this show. We chose races from all over the United States. They have character and great organization. Listen in and get excited. You'll hear interesting thing about the course, special in race events, remarkable scenery, great medals and all the race particulars you need to make up your mind. Have fun!
I am thrilled to chat with Jennifer today in regards to good eats, laughter and self care! Tune in!
"Why do I do what I do?
Well, I have always been a helper. A tutor, teacher, mom, friend, coach… to quote Lady Gaga, “I was born this way!” And there was a time, not too long ago, when I was lost. I was so intwined in the lives of others, that I had no balance in my own life.
I worked my way through a painful divorce by making my kids’ experience as “normal” and happy as possible – but drowning my sorrows in ice cream & reality TV marathons once they went to bed.
I put on weight. My digestion was stuck. My skin broke out. My energy was rock-bottom......" Learn More http://www.jenniferhill.me
Back after our midyear break the focus of this episode is on Tips for First Time Marathoners and Half Marathoners. Travelling Fit take us on a tour of Australian Marathons and we have regular segments: Over the shoulder Ask Sue The Road Ahead
My guest will be Mindy Solkin. Mindy is founder, owner and head coach of The Running Center LLC. She began her coaching career in 1992 and since then has coached over 12,000 runners helping them to achieve their goals whether it is running their first mile or pursuing their personal best in the marathon. Mindy is certified by USA Track & Field as a running coach, (with Level 3 education) and by the American Council on Exercise as a personal trainer. Her innovative and personalized training programs for groups and private clients combine a keen understanding of both the sport of running and the principles of health and fitness.
In 1999 Mindy founded The Running Center from a home-based office and in 2006 she fulfilled her dream and opened New York City’s first and only training studio for runners. With her 22 years of experience, she expanded her services to include her signature Runditioning™ classes, running clinics, heart rate monitor testing and corporate wellness programs. She is an original, as she has successfully combined her knowledge of both the running world and the fitness world to develop runners into all-around healthy individuals.
Once a frequent age-group award winner running in the top 5% to 10% of the field, she has dedicated herself to her runners and the running community-at-large, becoming a knowledgeable resource to a generation of runners. As one of the country’s leading running coaches, she has coached runners near and far to cross the finish lines of marathons as well as shorter distances in Anchorage, Berlin, Bermuda, Boston, Chicago, Dublin, London, New York City, Paris, Prague, San Diego and Vancouver.
Host Dominick Domasky will interview Navy veteran Susanne Kokoska talks about overcoming setbacks, running marathons, persistence, and her passion for helping Veterans. Susanne is an inspiration to anyone she smiles at. On the show we'll find out all about the great cause Team Red, White,and Blue and hear first hand from Susanne how to keep smiling through adversity.
Have you tried a diet before and felt miserably deprived without results, or lasting results? Find out how to make changes in your life style, enjoying the change and receiving life long results.
Learn a profound tool in opening up to loving healthy food and breaking the addiction of bad food! Discover how live food, our spirit, music, meditation, exercise and joy are all connected
Cynthia is a mother of 4, 1 daughter and 3 boys they are actively involved in dance, baseball, soccor, football, basketball, guitar, piano and singing. Her husband is a principle at a middle school. They enjoy biking, running, camping, snowshoeing, hiking- anything that is outdoors. She has completed the St. George Utah marathon, the Provo Half triatholon, many sprint triatholons, half marathons and last summer the 70 mile Wonder Women Bike Ride. She has been studying nutrition and it's affects on the body, mind and spirit for over 10 years. Her mission is to help change the relationship with food from negative to positive. She educates and mentors individuals to lose weight, heal and prevent naturally. It is important to her that her clients feel fulfilled, satisfied and happy through the process of change. She focuses on cleansing emotionally as well, using meditation, exercise, sun healing, deep breathing and live food and most importantly positive thought and energy to promote connection with ourselves, our loved ones and our maker. It has been one of the greatest blessings in her life to watch her clients life change by changing their diet and taking care of themselves in all areas- promoting self confidence, mental clarity and the ability to handle stress. They have the power to move forward accomplishing things they never thought they could.
This week on Franchise Friday, host Marissa Ruderman is joined by area developer and career coach Mark Myette. Marissa and Mark will be discussing how candidate's can use social media to explore franchise opportunities. Since information is key in today's economy, using social media has become one of the driving forces for finding information. Our society has rapidly become a knowledge based society with social media being the key to unlock details and trends behind business. They will discuss the what, why, when and how of everything Social Media. Mark will dive deeper into his experience with multiple platforms and what kinds of results he has seen in the past for the franchise industry.
About Our Guest
Mark Myette began is an Area Developer / Self-Employment Coach for The Entrepreneur’s Source. His business career began in 1983 and he spent 24+ years within Fortune 500 companies, he has always had a passion for being an advisor, catalyst, coach, connector, influencer, pioneer, stimulator and teacher.
One of his favorite philosophies is around the concept of karma…sowing positive seeds will - over time - produce positive outcomes! This drives Mark's passion's: giving back and volunteering.
Mark is originally from Boston and currently resides in Atlanta. He earned his undergraduate degree from Boston University. Mark holds an MBA from Emory’s Goizueta School of Business and is a Certified Professional in Learning & Performance from ATD. Mark enjoys running marathons which total 11 so far!
Eddie Garcia Shares His Inspiring Story on FreshStart Radio
"Despite having just lost my hands and feet, I have done amazing things since leaving the hospital. I have run marathons and 5Ks, successfully coached youth basketball and soccer, and I was named the National Youth Coach of the Years by NAYS.org. I am also a motivational speaker at schools in my home state of Nevada where I have been a school teacher and administrator. My hope is to inspire others. I always tell people,
"If I can do it, so can you".
I also visit patients at the hospital where I was being treated at." - Eddie Garcia
Eddie is a survivor of the flesh-eating bacteria, necrotizing fasciitis. A recent quadruple amputee, you will be inspired by hiss story of change and triumph.
You can read a bit more about Coach Eddie here and visit his website here. TheWinFoundation.org
@BeStrongandWin to follow Eddie!
**Big Thanks to Miles Arnell and Playing For Change for their musical contributions to this project.
Joseph De Sena, 44, has been an entrepreneur since his pre-teens. From selling fireworks at age eight, to starting a t-shirt business in high school, to building a multimillion-dollar pool business in college, to creating a Wall Street trading firm, De Sena is a living definition of the word "entrepreneur." Currently he is a managing director for ICAP, a brokerage agency.
It's also well documented that Joe turned an interest in endurance racing into a passion. His racing resume is the stuff of legends - over 50 ultra-events overall and 14 Ironman events in one year alone. Most of his races are 100 miles or more with a few traditional marathons in the mix. (He once said that running a 26.2 marathon distance was "adorable."
To put it in perspective, he did the Vermont 100, the Lake Placid Ironman and the Badwater Ultra... in one week. The elevation climb for the 135-mile Badwater race, which starts hundreds of feet below sea level in Death Valley, is over 8,500 feet up to Mt. Whitney and temperatures soar into the 120's. Joe also biked cross-country in the Furnace Creek 508 which has been coined "The Toughest 48 Hours in Sport." It's no wonder his favorite quote is, "Death is the price we pay for life, so make it worth it."
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