014 Michelle Baxter - The Best Is Yet to Come: Setting PRs & Getting Faster Every Day 014 Michelle Baxter – The Best Is Yet to Come: Setting PRs & Getting Faster Every Day
Episode Summary Michelle Baxter is a mother of two who lives and trains in Anchorage, Alaska. Michelle became obsessed w...
013 Lindsey Hein - I’ll Have Another Run At It: Balancing Running, Motherhood & Coaching 013 Lindsey Hein – I’ll Have Another Run At It: Balancing Running, Motherhood & Coaching
Episode Summary Podcaster, Speaker, and Running Coach Linsey Hein joins today’s show to share her own experiences as a m...
012 Amy Stephens - Running for Weight Loss in a Healthy Manner 012 Amy Stephens – Running for Weight Loss in a Healthy Manner
Episode Summary Amy Stephens is a NYC-based dietician who specializes in sports nutrition and diabetes. She has been fea...
011 Elisabeth Scott - From Sedentary to A Marathoner: Becoming Better, Faster, & Stronger 011 Elisabeth Scott – From Sedentary to A Marathoner: Becoming Better, Faster, & Stronger
Episode Summary Elisabeth Scott is a multi-certified run coach and creator of Running Explained, an organization that is...
010 Matt Chittim - Overcoming Weak Ass Reasons Not To Run 010 Matt Chittim – Overcoming Weak Ass Reasons Not To Run
Episode Summary Matt Chittim is a former college basketball player and coach who started running at a young age. Though ...
009 Kristy Baumann - The Foundation of Fueling: Helping Runners & Marathon Runners Develop a Positive Relationship with Food 009 Kristy Baumann – The Foundation of Fueling: Helping Runners & Marathon Runners Develop a Positive Relationship with Food
Episode Summary Kristy Baumann is a registered dietitian, marathon runner, wife and mother to a six month old and a thre...
008 Mary Johnson - Making Strength Training Less Scary and More Approachable 008 Mary Johnson – Making Strength Training Less Scary and More Approachable
Episode Summary Mary Johnson is a running and strength coach and Founder of Lift | Run | Perform, an organization that s...
007 Jason Karp - The Physiology of Running and Athletic Performance 007 Jason Karp – The Physiology of Running and Athletic Performance
Episode Summary At the age of twenty-four Dr. Jason Karp was one of the youngest college head coaches in the country and...
006 Anne Maher - Finding the Potential Within To Go From A Beginner Runner to Setting Personal Records As a Marathoner and Pro Triathloner 006 Anne Maher – Finding the Potential Within To Go From A Beginner Runner to Setting Personal Records As a Marathoner and Pro Triathloner
Episode Summary Anne Maher is a wife and working mom who is passionate about running and triathlons. She discovered runn...
005 Neely Gracey - A Genuine Mother Runner 005 Neely Gracey – A Genuine Mother Runner
Episode Summary In this episode, Whitney welcomes three-time Olympic Trials Qualifier and Founder of the run coaching gr...
004 Laura Norris - Breaking Down the Science of Running 004 Laura Norris – Breaking Down the Science of Running
Episode Summary In this episode, Whitney welcomes writer, microbusiness owner and certified running coach Laura Norris. ...
003 Joe Norton - Making Physical Therapy Personal & Purposeful 003 Joe Norton – Making Physical Therapy Personal & Purposeful
Episode Summary In this episode, Whitney welcomes physical therapist, Dr. Joe Norton. Joe has dedicated his life’s work ...
002 Dr. Carrie Pagliano - Progressing the Conversation on Women’s Pelvic Health 002 Dr. Carrie Pagliano – Progressing the Conversation on Women’s Pelvic Health
In this episode, Whitney welcomes physical therapist and expert in women’s health, Dr. Carrie Pagliano. Carrie has been a...
001 Evan Wood - Overcoming Challenges, No Matter What Life Throws at Us 001 Evan Wood – Overcoming Challenges, No Matter What Life Throws at Us
Welcome to The Passionate Runner, the podcast that helps avid runners understand the science, simplify the complicated an...
Welcome to The Passionate Runner Welcome to The Passionate Runner
Running has so many benefits for the mind, body, & soul. But it can be SO hard to keep going because, let’s face it, ...
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