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Run The Globe: See The Possibility - Experience The Breakthrough

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Run The Globe: See The Possibility - Experience The Breakthrough

Jordan Webster McKelley

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Run The Globe is for YOU, the recreational runner, elite runner, hobby jogger, or road racing warrior. If you are looking for actionable advice or a dose of inspiration during your morning run or commute to work then we are the podcast for you. Each episode details the journey of a fellow runner or coach who shares advice along with a empowering message.

Latest Episodes

31: Why Long Term Consistency Trumps Short Term Intensity With Lauren Masterson

“Long term consistency trumps short term intensity” Our featured guest Lauren Masterson walks us through the importance of long term consistency. Lauren is an Alamosa, Colorado native who ran collegiately for Division 2 powerhouse Adam State University. While attending Adam State University Lauren won four individual NCAA D2 Titles and was a 10 x All-American. In this interview Lauren and I discuss the importance of training for the long term, what it’s like to be coached by her father, and her 2:37 debut in the marathon. Accomplishments 4 x NCAA D2 Individual National Champion 10 x All-American Olympic Trials Marathon Qualifier High School Personal Bests 1600 - 5:26 3200 - 11:49 Overall Personal Bests Mile - 5:07 3,000 Meters - 9:30 5,000 Meters - 16:23 10,000 Meters - 34:18 Half-Marathon - 1:15.42 Marathon - 2:37.41 Lauren’s Book Suggestion: Let Your Mind Run By Deena Kastor Social Media Accounts: Twitter: lmasterson_03 Instagram: lmasterson_03 Facebook: Lauren Martin Masterso...

68 MIN2018 AUG 28
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31: Why Long Term Consistency Trumps Short Term Intensity With Lauren Masterson

How To Take Challenges In Stride With Evan Schwartz

"The first step towards achieving something is believing you can do it" -ES Our featured guest Evan Schwartz has become excellent at taking life's challenges in stride. Years ago Evan was a member of both the Cross Country and Track & Field team for The Ohio State University. Early on in his transition from a high school athlete to collegiate athlete, he experienced a setback with his first big running injury. His resiliency as a distance runner proved true as he was able to bounce back the following season with excellent races. The following season Ohio State experienced a couple of coaching changes bringing about change for Evan as well, leaving him off of the university roster for not being fast enough. Frustrated but determined to continue following his passion, Evan joined the Columbus Running Company team where he began to reveal his true potential as a distance runner. Evan has recently seen a change in scenery and is now living in Boulder, Colorado where he is training for t...

89 MIN2018 AUG 7
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How To Take Challenges In Stride With Evan Schwartz

The Art Of Progression & How To Become A Story Worth Telling With Kyle Masterson

“Champions dont have the best of everything they make the best of everything.” -Damon Martin Our guest Kyle Masterson is the epitome of a story worth telling. Kyle grew up in Northeast Ohio where distance running is considered to be extremely competitive in comparison to other states in the US. Although Kyle was talented in high school, he was often overshadowed by runners who were simply on another level. In pursuit of developing as a distance runner, Kyle chose to take the road less traveled by not going to any one of the numerous universities that would have guaranteed him scholarships to continue his running career. The year following high school he instead chose to walk-on to the most storied running program in the history of collegiate cross country, Adams State University. On paper Kyle was not close to being considered a varsity runner, but he knew that if he surrounded himself with talented athletes and great coaches he too could become great. So Kyle traveled the 1,700 m...

68 MIN2018 JUL 31
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The Art Of Progression & How To Become A Story Worth Telling With Kyle Masterson

Why The Process Is Sometimes More Important Than The Outcome With Ken Sullivan

“Sometimes the process is more important than the outcome.” This quote from Tim Budic, is one that our featured guest Ken Sullivan embodies on a consistent basis. Ken is a coach, elite runner, teacher, and board member for a non-profit company known as gOH Run. In this interview Ken takes us through a detailed version of the obstacles, learning moments, and successes he’s experienced along his running journey. In our episode Ken and I will discuss how he overcame a serious leg injury, the impact Duke sports psychologist Dr. Greg Dale had on his running, his keys to mental resiliency, and the Guardian Mile that will be taking place August 11th in Cleveland Ohio. Join us and sign up for the Guardian Mile that will be taking place August 11th in Cleveland Ohio. Website:https://www.gohrun.org/projects/ Ken Sullivan's Running Marks & Credentials 1500 Meters - 3:45 (4:03 Mile Equivalent) Half-Marathon - 1:09.34 Marathon - 2:29.51 Cross Country Team Captain @ Duke University Coached 201...

52 MIN2018 JUL 2
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Why The Process Is Sometimes More Important Than The Outcome With Ken Sullivan

Schedule Your Success: See The Possibility & Experience The Breakthrough With The Help of Documenting Your Own Journey

Many runners within the running community can see the possibility of success, but only a small number of them can create consistent opportunities to experience the breakthrough they desire. Why is that? How is it possible for someone to create consistent opportunities for breakthrough while others only come across such opportunities occasionally. In my experience the runners who are capable of scheduling success consistently and accurately are the same individuals who document, track, and record their training. Successful or detailed driven runners as I like to call them, know how to avoid past training mistakes so that they have the opportunity to schedule the races they would like to perform well at. Unsuccessful runners fail at this very thing. Join us to hear the ultimate success formula for distance athletes. Personal - Twitter / Instagram / Facebook: Jordan McKelley Instagram & Facebook: #runtheglobewithus Twitter: #runtheglobe1 Sponsors: Audible:Geta FREE audiobook download a...

10 MIN2018 JUN 28
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Schedule Your Success: See The Possibility & Experience The Breakthrough With The Help of Documenting Your Own Journey

Ultramarathon Runner Alex Ramsey: Running 3,100 Miles Across the Country, Terrifying Encounter With Bear, & Running Barefoot

“Running means continual transcendence, and that is also the message of our inner life.” This quote from spiritual leader Sri Chinmoy, is one that our guest Alex Ramsey applies to his everyday mentality. Many years ago this track star from the University of Cincinnati transformed into an ultra marathon runner. Since this transformation Alex has found and discovered that there is a much deeper meaning to the sport of running and has gained a completely new appreciation for what it can teach each of us. In our episode Alex and I discuss how he became so enamored with ultra running and the challenges he faced while running 3,100 miles across the country from California to Washington D.C. He also enlightens us on the beauty of running barefoot, how he stays healthy during training cycles, and about his terrifying encounter with a bear. Join entrepreneur and ultra runner Alex Ramsey and I for one of the most inspirational and empowering stories yet. Personal Page: https://www.facebook....

63 MIN2018 JUN 27
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Ultramarathon Runner Alex Ramsey: Running 3,100 Miles Across the Country, Terrifying Encounter With Bear, & Running Barefoot

Season 2:11 The Winning Mindset

Ever been in the best shape of your life, yet still fall short of your training and racing goals? In this episode our host Jordan McKelley suggests that being in the best shape of your life is not the biggest contributor to ones running success. Join us as he provides and discusses the mindset one must develop in order to reap the rewards of consistent training.

13 MIN2018 JUN 21
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Season 2:11 The Winning Mindset

Season 2:10 Running Through The Storm With Chelsea Hall

Over the course of Chelsea Hall’s running career at the University of Kentucky, she experienced great success as a member of the cross country and track and field team. She graduated Kentucky in 2014 as a two-time All-American and with personal bests of 4:40 in the mile, 15:49 in the 5,000 meters, and 33:37 in the 10,000 meters. In this episode Chelsea walks us through her running career as well as her incredible race through the storm at this years Boston Marathon.

45 MIN2018 JUN 19
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Season 2:10 Running Through The Storm With Chelsea Hall

Season 2:9 How To Develop Strong & Powerful Hips

In this episode Jordan breaks down how vital it is to develop strong and powerful hips for distance running. However, before he points us in the direction of hip strengthening exercises, he suggests that there are two areas that need to be explored and mastered before developing your own hip strengthening routine. Listen in as Jordan explains the idea of Gray Cook's "Move Well, Move Often" progression and how it can help you avoid the pitfalls when developing your own hip routine.

14 MIN2018 JUN 14
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Season 2:9 How To Develop Strong & Powerful Hips

Season 2:8 Actionable Advice With Dr. Leo Kormanik II

Dr. Leo Kormanik is an Olympic Trials Qualifier in the marathon, business owner of Ohio Sports Chiropractic & Rehab, and was just recently selected as the head chiropractor for Team USA for the IAAF World Championships this summer in Finland. Please join us as we discuss this years Boston Marathon as well as many other topics. Dr. Leo's Clinic http://www.ohiosportschiropractic.com/

69 MIN2018 JUN 12
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Season 2:8 Actionable Advice With Dr. Leo Kormanik II

Latest Episodes

31: Why Long Term Consistency Trumps Short Term Intensity With Lauren Masterson

“Long term consistency trumps short term intensity” Our featured guest Lauren Masterson walks us through the importance of long term consistency. Lauren is an Alamosa, Colorado native who ran collegiately for Division 2 powerhouse Adam State University. While attending Adam State University Lauren won four individual NCAA D2 Titles and was a 10 x All-American. In this interview Lauren and I discuss the importance of training for the long term, what it’s like to be coached by her father, and her 2:37 debut in the marathon. Accomplishments 4 x NCAA D2 Individual National Champion 10 x All-American Olympic Trials Marathon Qualifier High School Personal Bests 1600 - 5:26 3200 - 11:49 Overall Personal Bests Mile - 5:07 3,000 Meters - 9:30 5,000 Meters - 16:23 10,000 Meters - 34:18 Half-Marathon - 1:15.42 Marathon - 2:37.41 Lauren’s Book Suggestion: Let Your Mind Run By Deena Kastor Social Media Accounts: Twitter: lmasterson_03 Instagram: lmasterson_03 Facebook: Lauren Martin Masterso...

68 MIN2018 AUG 28
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31: Why Long Term Consistency Trumps Short Term Intensity With Lauren Masterson

How To Take Challenges In Stride With Evan Schwartz

"The first step towards achieving something is believing you can do it" -ES Our featured guest Evan Schwartz has become excellent at taking life's challenges in stride. Years ago Evan was a member of both the Cross Country and Track & Field team for The Ohio State University. Early on in his transition from a high school athlete to collegiate athlete, he experienced a setback with his first big running injury. His resiliency as a distance runner proved true as he was able to bounce back the following season with excellent races. The following season Ohio State experienced a couple of coaching changes bringing about change for Evan as well, leaving him off of the university roster for not being fast enough. Frustrated but determined to continue following his passion, Evan joined the Columbus Running Company team where he began to reveal his true potential as a distance runner. Evan has recently seen a change in scenery and is now living in Boulder, Colorado where he is training for t...

89 MIN2018 AUG 7
Comments
How To Take Challenges In Stride With Evan Schwartz

The Art Of Progression & How To Become A Story Worth Telling With Kyle Masterson

“Champions dont have the best of everything they make the best of everything.” -Damon Martin Our guest Kyle Masterson is the epitome of a story worth telling. Kyle grew up in Northeast Ohio where distance running is considered to be extremely competitive in comparison to other states in the US. Although Kyle was talented in high school, he was often overshadowed by runners who were simply on another level. In pursuit of developing as a distance runner, Kyle chose to take the road less traveled by not going to any one of the numerous universities that would have guaranteed him scholarships to continue his running career. The year following high school he instead chose to walk-on to the most storied running program in the history of collegiate cross country, Adams State University. On paper Kyle was not close to being considered a varsity runner, but he knew that if he surrounded himself with talented athletes and great coaches he too could become great. So Kyle traveled the 1,700 m...

68 MIN2018 JUL 31
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The Art Of Progression & How To Become A Story Worth Telling With Kyle Masterson

Why The Process Is Sometimes More Important Than The Outcome With Ken Sullivan

“Sometimes the process is more important than the outcome.” This quote from Tim Budic, is one that our featured guest Ken Sullivan embodies on a consistent basis. Ken is a coach, elite runner, teacher, and board member for a non-profit company known as gOH Run. In this interview Ken takes us through a detailed version of the obstacles, learning moments, and successes he’s experienced along his running journey. In our episode Ken and I will discuss how he overcame a serious leg injury, the impact Duke sports psychologist Dr. Greg Dale had on his running, his keys to mental resiliency, and the Guardian Mile that will be taking place August 11th in Cleveland Ohio. Join us and sign up for the Guardian Mile that will be taking place August 11th in Cleveland Ohio. Website:https://www.gohrun.org/projects/ Ken Sullivan's Running Marks & Credentials 1500 Meters - 3:45 (4:03 Mile Equivalent) Half-Marathon - 1:09.34 Marathon - 2:29.51 Cross Country Team Captain @ Duke University Coached 201...

52 MIN2018 JUL 2
Comments
Why The Process Is Sometimes More Important Than The Outcome With Ken Sullivan

Schedule Your Success: See The Possibility & Experience The Breakthrough With The Help of Documenting Your Own Journey

Many runners within the running community can see the possibility of success, but only a small number of them can create consistent opportunities to experience the breakthrough they desire. Why is that? How is it possible for someone to create consistent opportunities for breakthrough while others only come across such opportunities occasionally. In my experience the runners who are capable of scheduling success consistently and accurately are the same individuals who document, track, and record their training. Successful or detailed driven runners as I like to call them, know how to avoid past training mistakes so that they have the opportunity to schedule the races they would like to perform well at. Unsuccessful runners fail at this very thing. Join us to hear the ultimate success formula for distance athletes. Personal - Twitter / Instagram / Facebook: Jordan McKelley Instagram & Facebook: #runtheglobewithus Twitter: #runtheglobe1 Sponsors: Audible:Geta FREE audiobook download a...

10 MIN2018 JUN 28
Comments
Schedule Your Success: See The Possibility & Experience The Breakthrough With The Help of Documenting Your Own Journey

Ultramarathon Runner Alex Ramsey: Running 3,100 Miles Across the Country, Terrifying Encounter With Bear, & Running Barefoot

“Running means continual transcendence, and that is also the message of our inner life.” This quote from spiritual leader Sri Chinmoy, is one that our guest Alex Ramsey applies to his everyday mentality. Many years ago this track star from the University of Cincinnati transformed into an ultra marathon runner. Since this transformation Alex has found and discovered that there is a much deeper meaning to the sport of running and has gained a completely new appreciation for what it can teach each of us. In our episode Alex and I discuss how he became so enamored with ultra running and the challenges he faced while running 3,100 miles across the country from California to Washington D.C. He also enlightens us on the beauty of running barefoot, how he stays healthy during training cycles, and about his terrifying encounter with a bear. Join entrepreneur and ultra runner Alex Ramsey and I for one of the most inspirational and empowering stories yet. Personal Page: https://www.facebook....

63 MIN2018 JUN 27
Comments
Ultramarathon Runner Alex Ramsey: Running 3,100 Miles Across the Country, Terrifying Encounter With Bear, & Running Barefoot

Season 2:11 The Winning Mindset

Ever been in the best shape of your life, yet still fall short of your training and racing goals? In this episode our host Jordan McKelley suggests that being in the best shape of your life is not the biggest contributor to ones running success. Join us as he provides and discusses the mindset one must develop in order to reap the rewards of consistent training.

13 MIN2018 JUN 21
Comments
Season 2:11 The Winning Mindset

Season 2:10 Running Through The Storm With Chelsea Hall

Over the course of Chelsea Hall’s running career at the University of Kentucky, she experienced great success as a member of the cross country and track and field team. She graduated Kentucky in 2014 as a two-time All-American and with personal bests of 4:40 in the mile, 15:49 in the 5,000 meters, and 33:37 in the 10,000 meters. In this episode Chelsea walks us through her running career as well as her incredible race through the storm at this years Boston Marathon.

45 MIN2018 JUN 19
Comments
Season 2:10 Running Through The Storm With Chelsea Hall

Season 2:9 How To Develop Strong & Powerful Hips

In this episode Jordan breaks down how vital it is to develop strong and powerful hips for distance running. However, before he points us in the direction of hip strengthening exercises, he suggests that there are two areas that need to be explored and mastered before developing your own hip strengthening routine. Listen in as Jordan explains the idea of Gray Cook's "Move Well, Move Often" progression and how it can help you avoid the pitfalls when developing your own hip routine.

14 MIN2018 JUN 14
Comments
Season 2:9 How To Develop Strong & Powerful Hips

Season 2:8 Actionable Advice With Dr. Leo Kormanik II

Dr. Leo Kormanik is an Olympic Trials Qualifier in the marathon, business owner of Ohio Sports Chiropractic & Rehab, and was just recently selected as the head chiropractor for Team USA for the IAAF World Championships this summer in Finland. Please join us as we discuss this years Boston Marathon as well as many other topics. Dr. Leo's Clinic http://www.ohiosportschiropractic.com/

69 MIN2018 JUN 12
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Season 2:8 Actionable Advice With Dr. Leo Kormanik II
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