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If you are actively running, hiking, biking, walking and suffer with a knee injury or just want support, tune into this show. We are talking this morning with Stacia Pache, the inventor of Itbandz and George Gonzales, athelete who uses the Itbandz faithfully. The amazing product that supports your knees so you can keep going at any age.
Are you interested in getting started with running? Then you should tune in to this episode of Hilary Topper on Air with John Honerkamp, Senior Manager of Runner Products & Services at New York Road Runners - the world's premier community running organization known for its world-class events - including the famed TCS New York City Marathon which attract and inspire more than 300,000 runners internationally including 60,000 NYRR members. Hilary and John will be discussing training methods, the NYRR Online Training Program, and more! After you check out this episode, you’ll have the knowledge you’ll need to go from couch to marathon!
The Internet coupled with the advent of Bluetooth and GPS provides a unique opportunity to virtually coach runners online. Join Richard Diaz and Vanessa Runs as they discuss the benefits and provide real time support for one of our marathon running listeners.
It was not long ago that the ability to monitor heart rate was cutting edge information. Now many coaches are able to provide detailed advice regarding a client’s training across the globe! Richard Diaz reveals one of the hottest advancements in running and triathlon training technology.
An interview with world renowned expert in Barefoot Training and education, Dr Emily Splichal. She teaches Reflexive stability, core exercises and barefoot training techniques for runners and fitness enthusiasts. Learn to avoid injury and perform at your best.
Yes, Dr. Emily is back again, live and direct all the way from Spain where she is putting on another one of her Evidence Based Fitness Academy workshops. Anyone who runs or exercises injured or otherwise will benefit from Dr. Emily’s vast knowledge and experience. Join our host Richard Diaz and Emily for some excellent information on Barefoot Training
Guests: Anna Rodrigues, Delis Alejandro and Nataly Garcia
On March 14 and 15, 2015, St. Monica Parishioners (Santa Monica, CA) will participate in the 5K walk and run of the LA Marathon raising funds for Veronika’s Place.
Veronika’s Place is a nutritional support program, in Dandora, Kenya. That
provides food each month for 400 men, women, and children with HIV/AIDS.
Team Race 4 Veronika's Place is in its 3rd year as an official charity
partnering with the ASICS LA Marathon. Over the past 2 years we have had 55
team members and raised money to provide food to Veronika's Place for two
Many of those who receive this food are single mothers and their children.
The monthly food distribution through the Veronika’s Place ministry
provides them with basic nutrition, including cooking oil, flour and rice.
It is extremely important for patients to maintain weight for medication to
Veronika Lineberry Manzella, a member of the Holy Cross Africa Ministry
Core Team at St. Monica's Church, was determined to make a difference when
she saw a video about the struggles, despair and plight of the people of
Dandora, Kenya. She set out to raise funds for the Brother Andre Dispensary
and the Voluntary Counseling and Testing Clinic in Africa. In 2007,
following Veronika’s untimely passing, the people of Dandora dedicated the
VCT Clinic in her honor and renamed it “Veronika’s Place.”
Ourgoal for our 3rd year is to raise approximately $30,000
dollars per year to maintain the food distribution at its current level.
If you would like to support the runners representing Veronika’s Place
please visit: http://www.crowdrise.com/2015R4VP
We are a committee of the St. Monica Holy Cross Africa Ministry.
Find out about blind runners and their guides. This is an awesome service that has established runners and guides. Imagine the communication skills needed, let alone the trust developed by both runner and guide. Talk live with Mr. Brian Rayburn, the founder and guide. 11/17/14 12PM EST 11AM CENTRAL 10AM MOUNTAIN 9AM PST We have set aside an entire hour for this marathon of an episode.
All are welcome to call in and speak with the guest speaker.
Remember, it is good to talk!
FREE gifts for live callers! A review Running Gear every runner would love to own. Mio Heart Rate Monitors, 2XU Compression wear, Rudy Project Sunglasses, Vitargo Energy Drinks, RPM2 training Insoles and a FREE Spartan Race Entry anywhere in the country!
Our Host Richard Diaz, has called in some favors and gathered a bunch of amazing gifts to give way during the show. However, he is pleased to be able to introduce these amazing training tools to the audience and recommends them because he himself has tested and approved of the value. There is not one item on this show that any runner would not love to own!
Gene and Siike return for what might be their farewell to BlogTalkRadio. It's be a very nerdy few years, but with the show evolving into a new format, with new segements, topics, and more, it makes sense for the boys to bid farewell to the network that gave them their first home and explore the land of the unknown.
On this final episode, Gene and Siike talk about their current and past projects, as well as give a glimpse into what their futures hold.
After years of selling, buying, reading, trading, and talking about comic books, Gene Hoyle is launching his first book as a creator, and you can help bring that vision to life by pledging to his Kickstarter, GATEWAY RUNNERS.
Get the details on GATEWAY RUNNERS and everything else Nerd Nation right now! Tune in, nerd out!
An amazing account of faith, running as a national champion, hope and inspiration. A true story of genocide survival and a second chance to give back as a running coach in America. As told by Gilbert Tuhabonye.
Gilbert Tuhabonye, a native of Burundi Africa, a nationally ranked runner and genocide survivor. Tells how he escaped being burned to death with all his schoolmates, now a renowned running coach in America. An inspiring story every runner must hear.
Gilbert narrowly escaped an attack on his school as the Hutu’s sought revenge for the murder of the president of Burundi by the Tutsi’s. With 30% of his body burned he escaped a burning building where as many as 200 of his class mates lay brutally tortured and burned to death. Fortunately, this story ends well as Gilbert now coaches runners in Austin Texas.