Justin Bishop, USATF national champion, college track coach, Team Utopia South coach with tons of additional personal accomplishments. Just by listening to this episode you will run your next race faster, Justin just knows how to coach. Enjoy!
Dr. Greg Little talks running, basketball and where his desire for education began. We know he can run, but could he ever dunk a basketball?
This episode we talk with Todd Carnes and discuss the negative self talk/voice that affects many, if not all, of us. Todd was one of the first people to confront me on my disorder and helped me begin the recovery process. We walk through that experience and how to combat the negative voice. Enjoy!
Welcome to 2018! I wanted to share my story and the motivation behind the Run hard program. I share my story with you in hopes that its an encouragement to you or someone you know battling an eating disorder. Thanks for tuning in and hope you've had a great start to 2018!
Ricky is known for his speed off the bike in triathlon and crushing road races. When I say speed I mean he has only finished 2nd on the run split in a triathlon race once, and that was to the overall winner and a professional triathlete. Ricky ran in the 2012 Olympic marathon trials finishing 12th overall in 2:13:41. Ricky talks about the first sport he loved and what the future looks like.
Ryan Sacko - doctoral candidate in the College of Education seeking a PhD in motor behavior within the department of Physical Education
How does kicking a ball equate to running? Which one uses more energy? How many times would you need to kick a ball to equate to 1 mile? Ryan brings a unique perspective to the podcast and discusses how living active equates to running. Ryan has a passion to help people ENJOY being active which means more than just running. Listen how he discusses all his findings while writing his dissertation.
What are the ingredients to a good cross country team? This week Bailey Harris brings multiple state championships to the table while talking about the ingredients to a successful team. Bailey is the head boys XC and bassketball coach at Lexington High School.