RunDisney’s Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend Digital Event Guide is a huge source of information for participants. In this episode, we break down the most noticeable changes, hit the highlights, and discuss some best practices. You can find the Digital Event Guide Here.
Show of hands. Who’s dealing with burnout? On any level? Oh, you too? Burnout is real, especially when training for big events, but certainly during this holiday season. The hope is that you find comfort that so many of us are dealing with Burnout right now. It’s okay, we’ll get through it, but the secret is to take care of yourself.
The New York City Marathon is known as the “People’s Marathon.” Joining the podcast today is Jackey Deschamps from the Joyful Miles Podcast, to recount her experience running through the Five Boroughs.
We made it to and through the last race of RunDisney’s Wine and Dine Weekend with the Soul Half Marathon! Conditions were rough with heat and humidity, the courses had changed from previous events, and we finished! Heather and Jen had different experiences for each of their half marathon runs, so enjoy this recap of 13.1 Miles.
Very special thanks to all of you who sponsored the Half Marathon for Sophie and Madigan’s Playground . If you would like to support Heather’s future fundraising efforts for upcoming events, please check out the following links.
RunDisney’s second race of the 2022-2023 Season showcases the Raya and the Last Dragon 10k. In this episode Heather and Jen discuss their experiences of the morning.
Very special thanks to Kim, Katie, Melissa, and Michelle for sponsoring the 10k miles.
RunDisney kicks off the 2022-2023 Season with the Wine and Dine Half Marathon Weekend from Thursday, November 3rd through Sunday, November 6th. In this episode Heather and Jen discuss some details around Club RunDisney, the Health and Fitness Expo, and the new Virtual Queue process for the Merchandise Store. The second half of the episode features Heather’s Recap of the Coco 5k and the experiences around this amazing first race.
Since Heather and Jen are well ensconced at the Disney place, it was time for another chat episode. Find out what is happening in the week before the first event of the season, and what the next 10 weeks might hold.
Thanks to all who have supported Coach Heather’s Fundraising efforts for Sophie and Madigan’s Playground. Because of your generosity, we raised $1,786, well over the minimum ask! If you want to know more about this wonderful park space, please check out this Charity Spotlight:
Making his podcast debut, this episode features Coach HJ’s son, Soren Jergensen who just completed his first high school Cross Country season. He shares his running experience, his progress, and what he’s learned in just a few short months about running and discipline.
While we are in the middle of the Fall racing season, one that finally feels like it’s back to a semblance of normal, so how do we actually go through a race morning?
October 8th is Mental Health Awareness Day, and this episode discusses the toxicity of social media in running, finding the right support system to meet you where you are on your journey, and how to set boundaries around your running.
Now that Fall is here, Heather and Jen have a minute to catch up with each other – what is life like right now, and how to cope with the additional stresses and busyness that’s going on. We talk about Kitchen construction, High School Cross Country, Business Travel, and Dopey Training.
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.