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Running Inside Out Podcast

Run Inside Out - Chris O'Brien

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Sometimes we're inside the race and sometimes we're outside, but always around the Rochester, NY running scene and the community members who make it happen. If you run you, are a runner. If you are a runner, you have a story. These are the stories of our community. Hosted by Chris O'Brien.

Latest Episodes

089: I'm Not Even Sure I Like Doing It - with Shea Coleman

Shea Coleman walks into the studio as if she didn’t even recently do a hundred miler. Shea recently completed Mighty Mosquito 99 (with the extra bonus mile) and so we are going to chat a bit about that as well as being a volunteer extraordinaire and her exciting plans for multisport events. Shea is a vegan unicorn ultra-runner who lives on a farm with horses and pigs and dogs and cats. We spend some time figuring out why it is that she does what she does, how she got there and where she might be going. But really, we just chat about the love of friends, running, and our awesome commnunity. Special Guest: Shea Coleman.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:MFAMTL – TrailMethodsWho We Are » Blue FoundationCandleLight 12 Hour | Overnight Ultra and RelaysTwisted Branch Trail Run2012 Mendon Trail Run 5K - ResultsMany On The GennyEnglish Ridge Rumble | Trail Running | Manlius | SaltcitytrailsFour reasons to get involved in the parkrun movementBring parkrun to Rochester NY - Home | Facebook

76 MIN1 weeks ago
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089: I'm Not Even Sure I Like Doing It - with Shea Coleman

088: Allez! Allez, Rob! - with Rob Richard

Rob Richard makes the long trip in from Little Falls, NY to share some stories of learning and finding perspective in running. Rob Richard is a life-long runner who lives in the charming city of Little Falls, NY. He ran his first ultra marathon in 2015 and has since finished over twenty endurance races, including the Bear 100, the Georgia Death Race (four times), the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc (UTMB), and a first-place finish at The Endurance Society "Infinitus" 100-miler. Last year, he successfully completed a winter crossing of the Great Range Traverse in the High Peaks of the Adirondacks. Rob is the captain of a running club he founded, the "Rock City Runners," and he's very active in his community, serving on the boards of two non-profits as well as two City boards.Special Guest: Rob Richard.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:John Geesler Race Results - UltraRunning MagazineRob Richard's ResultsEvents - THE ENDURANCE SOCIETYPete Coleman Race Results - UltraRunning MagazineLittle Falls, New York Club | Rock City Runners on StravaRob Richard getting ready to run for food - My Little FallsEndure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance eBook: Alex Hutchinson, Malcolm Gladwell: GatewayTraining Essentials for Ultrarunning: How to Train Smarter, Race Faster, and Maximize Your Ultramarathon Performance: Jason Koop, Jim Rutberg: 9781937715458: Amazon.com: GatewayAmazon.com: Good to Go: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn from the Strange Science of Recovery (9780393254334): Christie Aschwanden: Gateway

86 MIN3 weeks ago
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088: Allez! Allez, Rob! - with Rob Richard

087: Physical Expression of Freedom - with Josh Rossi

EJosh Rossi strongarms his way into the studio to talk about the importance of well… strength in running. For years, Josh has run a program called Muscles for Mileage… and now he is working out of his own gym Pursuit Performance. Josh thinks a lot about running and makes his opinions known about the need for more strength and conditioning in the running world. We chat about the importance or practice versus repetition, potential causes for highly active and established runners feeling dissatisfied with the running (TLD;DL Racing!) and what people can do to generally improve their fitness and possibly their self-esteem along with it.Special Guest: Josh Rossi.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:Pursuit Performance - Athlete and General Fitness Training - Chasing GreatnessRunning Inside Out Podcast - Dan OstranderCrossOver Symmetry » Hip & Core SystemCrossOver Symmetry

82 MINSEP 12
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087: Physical Expression of Freedom - with Josh Rossi

086: Growth and Guidance - with Nate Huckle

Nate Huckle makes his way down the Thruway to chat about such things as racing, Muddy Sneaker, Oil Creek, Twisted Branch, coaching, mentoring, pacing, volunteering and anything that might come up... Nate has been a great friend, coach (at both Brighton High School in Rochester and Canisius College in Buffalo), and mentor to many people in the running community and constantly finds opportunities to give back and provide a positive influence wherever he may find himself, so I’m really happy to have him on the podcast to share some of his stories.Special Guest: Nate Huckle.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:2007 Muddy Sneaker 20K Trail Run 20K - ResultsCanisius College | Buffalo, NY's Premier Private CollegeTwisted Branch Trail RunJohn Izzo - Women's Track and Field Coach - University of Rochester Athletics

81 MINAUG 16
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086: Growth and Guidance - with Nate Huckle

085: The Hugest Difference - with Jennifer Belliveau

In this episode, Jennifer Belliveau comes back home to visit some family, hits up a trail for a quick run and pops into the studio to talk about running. Jennifer grew up in Rochester, but now lives down in Long Island and runs the New York Road Runner (NYRR) races with her running friends. We chat about 'being a runner' in High School, how running friends help you run all the miles, and trying to figure out exactly how one trains for a marathon without getting injured by finding the line between adding miles and over-usage.Special Guest: Jennifer Belliveau.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:UnTapped | All Natural Athletic Fuel — This stuff is so good you can put it on your pancakes!TCS New York City Marathon 9+1 ProgramPre-podcast Trail Run | Run | Strava — Chris and Jenny wander around Corbett's Glen!

22 MINJUL 29
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085: The Hugest Difference - with Jennifer Belliveau

BONUS - 084: CoolDown with Jeff and Zach

Hello and Welcome to the CoolDown, the special aftershow content for supporters of the Running Inside Out Podcast on Patreon. Now you may be saying to yourself… “Self, I am not on Patreon. I should not be hearing this extra bonus content.” And you would be right… except, I felt this was a good example of the kind of stuff that you can hear ‘behind the curtain’ and so the thinking goes, if you like what you hear, then click that link fam, get on the Patreon and slap down your digits to contribute to the financial well-being of the show. And if you don’t like what you hear, well, then that’s just like… your opinion. As always thank you all for listening and especially thank you to those that choose to contribute to the podcast… And now, enjoy your cool down. Special Guest: Jeff Beck.Support Running Inside Out Podcast

10 MINJUL 29
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BONUS - 084: CoolDown with Jeff and Zach

084: Just Turn Your Brain Off - with Jeff Beck (and surprise Guest Zach Rivers!)

Jeff Beck calls in from way out in Oklahoma City to share some stories from racing throughout Rochester back in his High School and college days and what he is up to now with coaching a new crop of runners and starting a family in Oklahoma. Now, Mort Nace and I hatched a plan to surprise Jeff with a call from Zach Rivers during the podcast. Zach and Jeff raced and trained together when Zach was just a high schooler and Jeff was a National level collegiate runner. They had some amazing training sessions and races together and so once Zach gets on the line, things get a lot more interesting. Special Guest: Jeff Beck.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:Medved Running & Walking Outfitters - Rochester, NY Running StoreRed Coyote Running and FitnessMike Woods - SUNY Geneseo Athletics — Jeff's MentorFrozen AssetsFleet Feet Snow Cheap Winter Trail Series - YellowJacket Racing2006 Muddy Sneaker 20K Trail Run 20K - ResultsMuddy Sneaker — The Way Back Machine! - Check out some old school Sneaker pics on a website made out of pieces of the original internet!

81 MINJUL 29
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084: Just Turn Your Brain Off - with Jeff Beck (and surprise Guest Zach Rivers!)

083: I Respect Cookies - with Brooke Smith

Brooke Smith ambles into the studio to talk about all the usual stories about loving trail running, eating disorder recovery, quitting dieting, and making a decision to stop trying to change her body and instead run as far/fast as she can in the body that she has. As well as talking about her previous Twisted Branch, her upcoming Twisted Branch yoga and anything else that comes up. The RIO PodRacers are heading back to the Mighty Mosquito 99. Come run with us. Here is our team! Chris O'Brien Jason Vidmar Laura Rekkerth Abby McCarthy Daven Oskvig Matt Bertrand Special Guest: Brooke Smith.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:The Mighty Mosquito 99 Mile Relay - August 3, 2019Blue Foundation — The Blue Foundation is a non-profit organization based out of Canandaigua, NY. Their mission is to assist local families impacted by cancer while simultaneously raising awareness about men’s health issues. To learn more about the Blue Foundation or to donate visit their website.Sandra Aamodt: Why dieting doesn't usually work | TED TalkMindful Eating 101 — A Beginner’s GuideAscend Endurance Coaching - Chris J DunnA Beginner's Guide to Intuitive Eating | Eat This Not ThatBrooke Smith - New Mindful Eating

55 MINJUL 15
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083: I Respect Cookies - with Brooke Smith

082: We Don't Have to Talk About Me - with Mike Welden

EDespite the odds, the Earth has made it around the sun again and so it is time for Mike Welden to visit the studio. I wasn't sure what Mike had in store when he called me. In the end, it turned it wasn't anything to be afraid of; a little bit of running, a couple of laughs and good chat with a great person. Mike and I talk a little bit about Many On the Genny, Twisted Branch, and what it might look like if we all started being a bit more human to each other. As with most episodes featuring MIke, the language gets a little saucy, so keep away from sensitive ears if that isn't your thing.Special Guest: Mike Welden.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:Ron Heerkens Jr / Goat Factory Media Entertainment — If you want to see the human spirit captured magnificently, Check out Ron Heerkens Jr and Goat Factory Media!Many On The GennyLast Miles of Breakneck with Ben Nephew & Iain Ridgway - YouTubeWar Hammer 100 Miler — Next Opportunity EventsGrindstone 100 – eco-xsportsScotie Jacobs' ResultsDoes Donald Trump cheat at golf? A Washington Post investigation. - The Washington PostTwisted Branch Trail RunOur Events » Blue FoundationRRP #107: The Rich Roll Podcast: Tim Van Orden Runs Beyond The Kale | Rich RollOh Bandera. | the loneliness of the long distance runnerFinger Lakes Runners Club Thom B Trail Runs 2019

103 MINJUL 5
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082: We Don't Have to Talk About Me - with Mike Welden

081: I Really Like the Speedy Stuff - with Calli Thackery

Calli ran as a member of the University of New Mexico Lobos. She is from Sheffield, UK and stopped by Rochester to run a 4:59 in the 2019 Rochester Mile. She likes Breakfast Burritos. Special Guest: Calli Thackery.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:The University of New Mexico Lobos - Calli ThackeryMedved Running & Walking Outfitters - Rochester, NY Running Store

29 MINMAY 20
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081: I Really Like the Speedy Stuff - with Calli Thackery

Latest Episodes

089: I'm Not Even Sure I Like Doing It - with Shea Coleman

Shea Coleman walks into the studio as if she didn’t even recently do a hundred miler. Shea recently completed Mighty Mosquito 99 (with the extra bonus mile) and so we are going to chat a bit about that as well as being a volunteer extraordinaire and her exciting plans for multisport events. Shea is a vegan unicorn ultra-runner who lives on a farm with horses and pigs and dogs and cats. We spend some time figuring out why it is that she does what she does, how she got there and where she might be going. But really, we just chat about the love of friends, running, and our awesome commnunity. Special Guest: Shea Coleman.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:MFAMTL – TrailMethodsWho We Are » Blue FoundationCandleLight 12 Hour | Overnight Ultra and RelaysTwisted Branch Trail Run2012 Mendon Trail Run 5K - ResultsMany On The GennyEnglish Ridge Rumble | Trail Running | Manlius | SaltcitytrailsFour reasons to get involved in the parkrun movementBring parkrun to Rochester NY - Home | Facebook

76 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
089: I'm Not Even Sure I Like Doing It - with Shea Coleman

088: Allez! Allez, Rob! - with Rob Richard

Rob Richard makes the long trip in from Little Falls, NY to share some stories of learning and finding perspective in running. Rob Richard is a life-long runner who lives in the charming city of Little Falls, NY. He ran his first ultra marathon in 2015 and has since finished over twenty endurance races, including the Bear 100, the Georgia Death Race (four times), the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc (UTMB), and a first-place finish at The Endurance Society "Infinitus" 100-miler. Last year, he successfully completed a winter crossing of the Great Range Traverse in the High Peaks of the Adirondacks. Rob is the captain of a running club he founded, the "Rock City Runners," and he's very active in his community, serving on the boards of two non-profits as well as two City boards.Special Guest: Rob Richard.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:John Geesler Race Results - UltraRunning MagazineRob Richard's ResultsEvents - THE ENDURANCE SOCIETYPete Coleman Race Results - UltraRunning MagazineLittle Falls, New York Club | Rock City Runners on StravaRob Richard getting ready to run for food - My Little FallsEndure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance eBook: Alex Hutchinson, Malcolm Gladwell: GatewayTraining Essentials for Ultrarunning: How to Train Smarter, Race Faster, and Maximize Your Ultramarathon Performance: Jason Koop, Jim Rutberg: 9781937715458: Amazon.com: GatewayAmazon.com: Good to Go: What the Athlete in All of Us Can Learn from the Strange Science of Recovery (9780393254334): Christie Aschwanden: Gateway

86 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
088: Allez! Allez, Rob! - with Rob Richard

087: Physical Expression of Freedom - with Josh Rossi

EJosh Rossi strongarms his way into the studio to talk about the importance of well… strength in running. For years, Josh has run a program called Muscles for Mileage… and now he is working out of his own gym Pursuit Performance. Josh thinks a lot about running and makes his opinions known about the need for more strength and conditioning in the running world. We chat about the importance or practice versus repetition, potential causes for highly active and established runners feeling dissatisfied with the running (TLD;DL Racing!) and what people can do to generally improve their fitness and possibly their self-esteem along with it.Special Guest: Josh Rossi.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:Pursuit Performance - Athlete and General Fitness Training - Chasing GreatnessRunning Inside Out Podcast - Dan OstranderCrossOver Symmetry » Hip & Core SystemCrossOver Symmetry

82 MINSEP 12
Comments
087: Physical Expression of Freedom - with Josh Rossi

086: Growth and Guidance - with Nate Huckle

Nate Huckle makes his way down the Thruway to chat about such things as racing, Muddy Sneaker, Oil Creek, Twisted Branch, coaching, mentoring, pacing, volunteering and anything that might come up... Nate has been a great friend, coach (at both Brighton High School in Rochester and Canisius College in Buffalo), and mentor to many people in the running community and constantly finds opportunities to give back and provide a positive influence wherever he may find himself, so I’m really happy to have him on the podcast to share some of his stories.Special Guest: Nate Huckle.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:2007 Muddy Sneaker 20K Trail Run 20K - ResultsCanisius College | Buffalo, NY's Premier Private CollegeTwisted Branch Trail RunJohn Izzo - Women's Track and Field Coach - University of Rochester Athletics

81 MINAUG 16
Comments
086: Growth and Guidance - with Nate Huckle

085: The Hugest Difference - with Jennifer Belliveau

In this episode, Jennifer Belliveau comes back home to visit some family, hits up a trail for a quick run and pops into the studio to talk about running. Jennifer grew up in Rochester, but now lives down in Long Island and runs the New York Road Runner (NYRR) races with her running friends. We chat about 'being a runner' in High School, how running friends help you run all the miles, and trying to figure out exactly how one trains for a marathon without getting injured by finding the line between adding miles and over-usage.Special Guest: Jennifer Belliveau.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:UnTapped | All Natural Athletic Fuel — This stuff is so good you can put it on your pancakes!TCS New York City Marathon 9+1 ProgramPre-podcast Trail Run | Run | Strava — Chris and Jenny wander around Corbett's Glen!

22 MINJUL 29
Comments
085: The Hugest Difference - with Jennifer Belliveau

BONUS - 084: CoolDown with Jeff and Zach

Hello and Welcome to the CoolDown, the special aftershow content for supporters of the Running Inside Out Podcast on Patreon. Now you may be saying to yourself… “Self, I am not on Patreon. I should not be hearing this extra bonus content.” And you would be right… except, I felt this was a good example of the kind of stuff that you can hear ‘behind the curtain’ and so the thinking goes, if you like what you hear, then click that link fam, get on the Patreon and slap down your digits to contribute to the financial well-being of the show. And if you don’t like what you hear, well, then that’s just like… your opinion. As always thank you all for listening and especially thank you to those that choose to contribute to the podcast… And now, enjoy your cool down. Special Guest: Jeff Beck.Support Running Inside Out Podcast

10 MINJUL 29
Comments
BONUS - 084: CoolDown with Jeff and Zach

084: Just Turn Your Brain Off - with Jeff Beck (and surprise Guest Zach Rivers!)

Jeff Beck calls in from way out in Oklahoma City to share some stories from racing throughout Rochester back in his High School and college days and what he is up to now with coaching a new crop of runners and starting a family in Oklahoma. Now, Mort Nace and I hatched a plan to surprise Jeff with a call from Zach Rivers during the podcast. Zach and Jeff raced and trained together when Zach was just a high schooler and Jeff was a National level collegiate runner. They had some amazing training sessions and races together and so once Zach gets on the line, things get a lot more interesting. Special Guest: Jeff Beck.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:Medved Running & Walking Outfitters - Rochester, NY Running StoreRed Coyote Running and FitnessMike Woods - SUNY Geneseo Athletics — Jeff's MentorFrozen AssetsFleet Feet Snow Cheap Winter Trail Series - YellowJacket Racing2006 Muddy Sneaker 20K Trail Run 20K - ResultsMuddy Sneaker — The Way Back Machine! - Check out some old school Sneaker pics on a website made out of pieces of the original internet!

81 MINJUL 29
Comments
084: Just Turn Your Brain Off - with Jeff Beck (and surprise Guest Zach Rivers!)

083: I Respect Cookies - with Brooke Smith

Brooke Smith ambles into the studio to talk about all the usual stories about loving trail running, eating disorder recovery, quitting dieting, and making a decision to stop trying to change her body and instead run as far/fast as she can in the body that she has. As well as talking about her previous Twisted Branch, her upcoming Twisted Branch yoga and anything else that comes up. The RIO PodRacers are heading back to the Mighty Mosquito 99. Come run with us. Here is our team! Chris O'Brien Jason Vidmar Laura Rekkerth Abby McCarthy Daven Oskvig Matt Bertrand Special Guest: Brooke Smith.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:The Mighty Mosquito 99 Mile Relay - August 3, 2019Blue Foundation — The Blue Foundation is a non-profit organization based out of Canandaigua, NY. Their mission is to assist local families impacted by cancer while simultaneously raising awareness about men’s health issues. To learn more about the Blue Foundation or to donate visit their website.Sandra Aamodt: Why dieting doesn't usually work | TED TalkMindful Eating 101 — A Beginner’s GuideAscend Endurance Coaching - Chris J DunnA Beginner's Guide to Intuitive Eating | Eat This Not ThatBrooke Smith - New Mindful Eating

55 MINJUL 15
Comments
083: I Respect Cookies - with Brooke Smith

082: We Don't Have to Talk About Me - with Mike Welden

EDespite the odds, the Earth has made it around the sun again and so it is time for Mike Welden to visit the studio. I wasn't sure what Mike had in store when he called me. In the end, it turned it wasn't anything to be afraid of; a little bit of running, a couple of laughs and good chat with a great person. Mike and I talk a little bit about Many On the Genny, Twisted Branch, and what it might look like if we all started being a bit more human to each other. As with most episodes featuring MIke, the language gets a little saucy, so keep away from sensitive ears if that isn't your thing.Special Guest: Mike Welden.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:Ron Heerkens Jr / Goat Factory Media Entertainment — If you want to see the human spirit captured magnificently, Check out Ron Heerkens Jr and Goat Factory Media!Many On The GennyLast Miles of Breakneck with Ben Nephew & Iain Ridgway - YouTubeWar Hammer 100 Miler — Next Opportunity EventsGrindstone 100 – eco-xsportsScotie Jacobs' ResultsDoes Donald Trump cheat at golf? A Washington Post investigation. - The Washington PostTwisted Branch Trail RunOur Events » Blue FoundationRRP #107: The Rich Roll Podcast: Tim Van Orden Runs Beyond The Kale | Rich RollOh Bandera. | the loneliness of the long distance runnerFinger Lakes Runners Club Thom B Trail Runs 2019

103 MINJUL 5
Comments
082: We Don't Have to Talk About Me - with Mike Welden

081: I Really Like the Speedy Stuff - with Calli Thackery

Calli ran as a member of the University of New Mexico Lobos. She is from Sheffield, UK and stopped by Rochester to run a 4:59 in the 2019 Rochester Mile. She likes Breakfast Burritos. Special Guest: Calli Thackery.Support Running Inside Out PodcastLinks:The University of New Mexico Lobos - Calli ThackeryMedved Running & Walking Outfitters - Rochester, NY Running Store

29 MINMAY 20
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081: I Really Like the Speedy Stuff - with Calli Thackery