The “Fairytale Runner” tells her story of cultural obstacles and how that affects Body Image. The people around us have a huge effect on how we view ourselves, both positively and negatively. Becoming an athlete is almost never a straight line. Hear how Estrella fights through the Toxicity and transforms herself into the Athlete she is today.
April is Earth Month, and April 22nd is Earth Day — this is a time to bring more awareness to the impact we have on the world around us. In this episode, we discuss how runners and other athletes can look at their impact through their running, gear, and race practices.
Our Quarterly Q&A from our Podcast Facebook Group: Supplementing Running with Cycling, Restarting the Running as Live Races come back, and how to be honest with yourself about where you are right now.
Sasha Wolff, Founder and President of the non-profit organization Still I Run (Still;Run), discusses her running journey through the lens of mental health. This led to her creating a group of Runners for Mental Health Awareness with various programs including the upcoming “RunStreak for Mental Health” in May.
Runner, Coach, Video Creator and Podcaster India Cook talks about being the person and runner she wants to see on Social Media. While many show the “highlight reel,” India is open with her running journey and the community.
As the world slowly returns to what might look normal soon, Heather and Jen talk news of upcoming races. Jen recaps her 10k race effort, and Heather discusses the benefits of training for Life.
Jason Green from Yeti Trail Runners joins the podcast to discuss all of the wonderful aspects of trail running. This refreshing conversation dives into what the Ultra and Trail running community is like. Please see the resources below for how to start out in Ultra running, and join our Podcast Facebook Group for much more.
While he may not need much introduction, Olympian Coach Galloway joins the podcast taking us through his running “Origin Story” that began with a simple idea: Improving the quality of life through exercise.
Heather and Jen Discuss new types of workouts in our fitness journeys and trade stories on what we’ve been up to with our running and training lately. Find out what it feels like to hit something with a Virtual bat, and how quilting is sometimes considered political commentary.
John Mortimer, Owner and Founder of Millennium Running, shares his insights into organizing races during a pandemic. He and his team were able to rise above the chaos and get creative when it came to Live races. They were able to put on a race mere months after the pandemic hit.
Author and Coach Amanda Brooks discusses her book, Run to the Finish, which speaks so much to Heather and Jen’s philosophy about what it means to be a runner, how to approach training (spoilers, it’s not ALL about the running), and why we all belong here.
Heather and Jen catch up with each other and discuss how to manage the Mid-Winter Challenges like weather and motivation, as well as share their recent victories.
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.