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Ali on the Run Show

Ali Feller

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Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

Ali Feller

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At 16, I had it all figured out. By 25, I had my dream job as editor in chief of a teen dance magazine. But now, at 32, I’m not really sure who I am, what I’m doing, or what I want to be when I grow up. I know one thing, though: I love running and I love talking to people. So on the Ali on the Run Show, I talk to everyday runners, professional athletes, entrepreneurs, and industry leaders I find interesting and inspiring, and I get inside their heads to figure out how their decisions, successes, failures, and missteps can help guide my own. Whether you’re on the run toward something great or away from something that’s holding you back, join me on this never-ending adventure, and let’s all pick up the pace together.

Latest Episodes

My 2020 Visions, Plans, Hopes, & Dreams

New year, excited me! On this short-ish solo episode, I'm sharing my 2020 vision — an Ali on the Run Show State of the Union of sorts. I talk about my personal and professional goals for this year, and reflect on my lululemon goal setting process. (Speaking of new: Come join the Ali on the Run Facebook group! We're having fun in there!)

38 MIN6 d ago
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My 2020 Visions, Plans, Hopes, & Dreams

Rachel Gersten, Therapist & Co-Founder of Viva Wellness

Rachel Gersten is a New York City-based licensed therapist, and is the co-founder of Viva Wellness. On this episode — perfect for the new year! — she dishes out advice about dealing with burnout, anxiety, and what to do when you realize you have no idea what you want to do with the rest of your life. She also talks about her lifelong battle with chronic pain, and how running more than 150 races, including marathons, has actually helped her cope with the pain.

56 MIN1 w ago
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Rachel Gersten, Therapist & Co-Founder of Viva Wellness

Aisha Praught Leer

Aisha Praught Leer is a professional middle-distance runner for Under Armour. On this episode, she talks about her progression as a professional athlete, her decision to represent Jamaica (she's a Jamaican-American dual citizen), and her passion for helping inspire the next generation of runners. She talks about her decision to leave Oregon Track Club Elite and move to Colorado to train with Emma Coburn and Joe Bosshard, and shares her thoughts on imposter syndrome and working with a sports psychologist,.

75 MIN2 w ago
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Aisha Praught Leer

The CIM Olympic Trials Qualifying Time Pacers

At the California International Marathon (CIM) earlier this month, 72 women ran faster than 2 hours 45 minutes, officially qualifying to run the Olympic Trials in the marathon. Leading several dozen of those women were Menso de Jong, Chris Stehula, and Ken Rakestraw — the official sub-2:45 pace group leaders. None of them had ever run a 2:45 marathon before. This is their story.

71 MIN3 w ago
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The CIM Olympic Trials Qualifying Time Pacers

Mary Johnson, Founder of Lift, Run, Perform, on Postpartum Life and Running

Mary Johnson is a running coach and the owner of Lift, Run, Perform. And she just had a baby! Mary's first child, Eli, is five months old, and on this episode, Mary very honestly talks about what the past five months have looked like for her. She talks about the highs and lows of new motherhood, explains her strategy for getting work done as a work-from-home mom, and opens up about her expectations vs. the reality of returning to running postpartum.

60 MIN2019 DEC 19
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Mary Johnson, Founder of Lift, Run, Perform, on Postpartum Life and Running

Sarah Grooms, Rockette Turned Marathoner

Sarah Grooms spent 13 years doing hundreds of eye-high kicks a day as a Radio City Rockette. On this episode, she talks about everything you've ever wanted to know about performing at one of the world's most famous venues, and explains why she decided to hang up her heels last year in favor of running shoes. Today, Sarah is a certified personal trainer, and is a fitness instructor at Precision Run in New York City and obé Fitness online — and she's a marathoner!

63 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Sarah Grooms, Rockette Turned Marathoner

Jenny & Judi Donnelly BONUS EPISODE!

It was a big weekend at the 2019 California International Marathon! It was especially exciting for the Donnelly family: 28-year-old Jenny qualified for the Olympic Marathon Trials, finishing in 2:44.31, and her mom, 62-year-old Judi celebrating 25 years of being breast-cancer-free, ran a lifetime personal best, finishing in a Boston Marathon qualifying time of 3:56. On this episode, Jenny and Judi reflect on their exciting weekend at CIM, and talk about why this sport and this community are so special.

59 MIN2019 DEC 12
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Jenny & Judi Donnelly BONUS EPISODE!

Adrianne Haslet, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor

In April 2013, Adrianne Haslet was living her dream as a professional ballroom dancer. On Marathon Monday, she found herself near the Boston Marathon finish line, watching the runners finish the iconic race. But when the two bombs went off, the second blast took Adrianne's foot. On this episode, she recounts that day in Boston, and talks about rebuilding and moving forward. She talks about learning to live with a prosthetic, and talks about the importance of being defined not as a victim, but as a survivor.

62 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Adrianne Haslet, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor

The Great Turkey Trot of 2014

It's an Ali on the Run Show Thanksgiving tradition! Four years ago, my now-husband, Brian, and I lined up at the start of two very different Turkey Trots. Though both races were five miles, the outcomes were vastly dissimilar. I ran the Prospect Park Track Club Turkey Trot in Brooklyn, NY, in a respectable 38:41 — a 7:44 minute-per-mile pace. Meanwhile, in Rhode Island, Brian was racing the Newport Pie Run. Here’s a dramatic retelling of how his race went. Happy Thanksgiving, and Happy LOL-ing!

36 MIN2019 NOV 27
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The Great Turkey Trot of 2014

Sarah True, Olympian & Ironman Triathlete

Sarah True is a professional triathlete and Olympian. On this episode, she honestly and vulnerably shares her story of competing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, hitting rock bottom, and the intense emotional recovery that followed. She opens up about her history with mood disorders and depression, and talks about how stress affects her body and her performance. She also talks about the past two years competing at the Ironman distance, including a very good year followed by a challenging one.

60 MIN2019 NOV 21
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Sarah True, Olympian & Ironman Triathlete

Latest Episodes

My 2020 Visions, Plans, Hopes, & Dreams

New year, excited me! On this short-ish solo episode, I'm sharing my 2020 vision — an Ali on the Run Show State of the Union of sorts. I talk about my personal and professional goals for this year, and reflect on my lululemon goal setting process. (Speaking of new: Come join the Ali on the Run Facebook group! We're having fun in there!)

38 MIN6 d ago
Comments
My 2020 Visions, Plans, Hopes, & Dreams

Rachel Gersten, Therapist & Co-Founder of Viva Wellness

Rachel Gersten is a New York City-based licensed therapist, and is the co-founder of Viva Wellness. On this episode — perfect for the new year! — she dishes out advice about dealing with burnout, anxiety, and what to do when you realize you have no idea what you want to do with the rest of your life. She also talks about her lifelong battle with chronic pain, and how running more than 150 races, including marathons, has actually helped her cope with the pain.

56 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Rachel Gersten, Therapist & Co-Founder of Viva Wellness

Aisha Praught Leer

Aisha Praught Leer is a professional middle-distance runner for Under Armour. On this episode, she talks about her progression as a professional athlete, her decision to represent Jamaica (she's a Jamaican-American dual citizen), and her passion for helping inspire the next generation of runners. She talks about her decision to leave Oregon Track Club Elite and move to Colorado to train with Emma Coburn and Joe Bosshard, and shares her thoughts on imposter syndrome and working with a sports psychologist,.

75 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Aisha Praught Leer

The CIM Olympic Trials Qualifying Time Pacers

At the California International Marathon (CIM) earlier this month, 72 women ran faster than 2 hours 45 minutes, officially qualifying to run the Olympic Trials in the marathon. Leading several dozen of those women were Menso de Jong, Chris Stehula, and Ken Rakestraw — the official sub-2:45 pace group leaders. None of them had ever run a 2:45 marathon before. This is their story.

71 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The CIM Olympic Trials Qualifying Time Pacers

Mary Johnson, Founder of Lift, Run, Perform, on Postpartum Life and Running

Mary Johnson is a running coach and the owner of Lift, Run, Perform. And she just had a baby! Mary's first child, Eli, is five months old, and on this episode, Mary very honestly talks about what the past five months have looked like for her. She talks about the highs and lows of new motherhood, explains her strategy for getting work done as a work-from-home mom, and opens up about her expectations vs. the reality of returning to running postpartum.

60 MIN2019 DEC 19
Comments
Mary Johnson, Founder of Lift, Run, Perform, on Postpartum Life and Running

Sarah Grooms, Rockette Turned Marathoner

Sarah Grooms spent 13 years doing hundreds of eye-high kicks a day as a Radio City Rockette. On this episode, she talks about everything you've ever wanted to know about performing at one of the world's most famous venues, and explains why she decided to hang up her heels last year in favor of running shoes. Today, Sarah is a certified personal trainer, and is a fitness instructor at Precision Run in New York City and obé Fitness online — and she's a marathoner!

63 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
Sarah Grooms, Rockette Turned Marathoner

Jenny & Judi Donnelly BONUS EPISODE!

It was a big weekend at the 2019 California International Marathon! It was especially exciting for the Donnelly family: 28-year-old Jenny qualified for the Olympic Marathon Trials, finishing in 2:44.31, and her mom, 62-year-old Judi celebrating 25 years of being breast-cancer-free, ran a lifetime personal best, finishing in a Boston Marathon qualifying time of 3:56. On this episode, Jenny and Judi reflect on their exciting weekend at CIM, and talk about why this sport and this community are so special.

59 MIN2019 DEC 12
Comments
Jenny & Judi Donnelly BONUS EPISODE!

Adrianne Haslet, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor

In April 2013, Adrianne Haslet was living her dream as a professional ballroom dancer. On Marathon Monday, she found herself near the Boston Marathon finish line, watching the runners finish the iconic race. But when the two bombs went off, the second blast took Adrianne's foot. On this episode, she recounts that day in Boston, and talks about rebuilding and moving forward. She talks about learning to live with a prosthetic, and talks about the importance of being defined not as a victim, but as a survivor.

62 MIN2019 DEC 5
Comments
Adrianne Haslet, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor

The Great Turkey Trot of 2014

It's an Ali on the Run Show Thanksgiving tradition! Four years ago, my now-husband, Brian, and I lined up at the start of two very different Turkey Trots. Though both races were five miles, the outcomes were vastly dissimilar. I ran the Prospect Park Track Club Turkey Trot in Brooklyn, NY, in a respectable 38:41 — a 7:44 minute-per-mile pace. Meanwhile, in Rhode Island, Brian was racing the Newport Pie Run. Here’s a dramatic retelling of how his race went. Happy Thanksgiving, and Happy LOL-ing!

36 MIN2019 NOV 27
Comments
The Great Turkey Trot of 2014

Sarah True, Olympian & Ironman Triathlete

Sarah True is a professional triathlete and Olympian. On this episode, she honestly and vulnerably shares her story of competing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, hitting rock bottom, and the intense emotional recovery that followed. She opens up about her history with mood disorders and depression, and talks about how stress affects her body and her performance. She also talks about the past two years competing at the Ironman distance, including a very good year followed by a challenging one.

60 MIN2019 NOV 21
Comments
Sarah True, Olympian & Ironman Triathlete

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