One of the best things about races coming back are the opportunities to raise awareness for charitable causes. In this episode, Ashlyn Silhavy, Social Media and Race Coordinator for the Kellsie’s Hope Foundation shares how runners do just that.
Jenn Masamitsu joins Heather and Jen to talk about her long and prolific running journey, including the 2020 Olympic Trials. As the world prepares for this world uniting event, she describes how her high profile events don’t keep her from having fun running in a sparkly skirt.
Pushing kids in strollers, cadence and heart rate, training in hilly areas, what’s on our calendar, recurring injuries, planning racecations, training between races, RunDisney training, and other sports therapies.
Pace adjustments for running in the heat, Rate of Perceived Exertion, running socks and underwear, getting kids involved with running, Garmin Training plans, incorporating swimming as cross training, race etiquette, and who Jen would trip in a Zombie apocalypse.
Megan Biller, Author of the Runner’s Guide to Walt Disney World, sits down to talk about how the running journey evolves when life changes.
Summer is here, so is National Hydration Day! It’s time to talk about how to get and stay hydrated for your day-to-day, short runs, and long runs. This is the time to plan your Fall Marathon/Half Marathon hydration strategy, so hopefully you will find this information useful.
Learn the Origin Story of #TeamSparkle and the amazing ladies who have been running this amazing company for over a decade.
Heather and Jen recap their respective races from the month of May — Heather’s Women’s 10 Miler, and Jen’s Half Marathon. Both were very different experiences, and both had very different goals, but both had great race days.
Join Heather and Jen as they look back on their first 100 episodes! You are the story. You are our story. We couldn’t do it without you. Here’s to many more!
As we start to see races return and more hope than we’ve seen in a while, we offer up some perspective about the state of the fitness journey, how it fits into upcoming training, and how to acclimate to the heat as we prep for Fall races.
Heather and Jen discuss how and why to take on a running or fitness streak — logging an activity every day for any amount of time. Joining the conversation is Kim Carr who is continuing her daily running streak.
Believe it or not, Fall Race season is coming. Marathon training for the Majors begins in MAY!! Heather and Jen discuss future running plans and how to recommit to the running journey after so much time in limbo. Races will be coming back so it’s time to get ready.
About the Podcast
Coach Heather and her Client Athlete Jen talk about all things running during a weekly podcast. As a result of their friendship, they began working together as Coach and Athlete, then as hosts of the Runners Without Limits Podcast (formerly Go Find Your Awesome). In it, they discuss training tips, gear, races, recovery, nutrition, products...everything you might want from a Podcast for Every Runner.