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Run For Your Life Podcast

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Run For Your Life Podcast
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Latest Episodes

Episode 14 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Chris Price & Jake Hall

Dr. Mark opens with comments on the RED-S Syndrome which is getting press time with the Nike controversy involving Mary Cain, known as "the fastest girl in America" until being abusively pressured to lose weight. Then, we continue interviewing Thunder Squad store ambassadors. This month's guests are Chris Price and Jake Hall. Chris is an Air Force veteran, rock climbing guide, and small business owner who has pushed his nephew with disabilities through marathons. Jake is a local runner who records and posts the Run for Your Life podcast, who also runs marathons as a push team with his son. Learn about how their paths crossed and their adventures.

40 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 14 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Chris Price & Jake Hall

Episode 13 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Casey Fisher

September was a crazy month! We're getting back in the swing of things and sharing our adventures - Dr. Mark's travels around the globe sharing his medical expertise, another amazing Freedom's Run event, and Sarah's PR at the 2019 Grindstone 100 miler. We also talk about the direction performance-enhancing shoes is taking the sport of running in light of the recently set (albeit, unofficial) marathon world record time and the (very official) women's marathon record time. Then we get a chance to chat it up with local Thunder Squad TRT ambassador Casey Fisher about his recent finishes on the No Business 100, Freedom's Run, Miner's Lady, and some DNFs along the way. It was super helpful to hear his take on post-ultra recovery too.

57 MINOCT 24
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Episode 13 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Casey Fisher

Episode 12 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Zach Chupa

Zach Chupa is no stranger to pushing the limits on speed and endurance, yet he's had to learn the hard way how to leverage a balance of running, rest, and community to fight depression.

51 MINAUG 24
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Episode 12 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Zach Chupa

Episode 11 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Jessica Wiant

Jessica Wiant is expecting her fourth son any day now and tells us how being an active mom is part of setting an example for her kids of having a healthy lifestyle. She shares encouragement for parents who feel they are too busy to exercise and how running builds a base of fitness that opens the way to other family adventures. Also, we talk about finding the best shoe size (it may be larger than you think!)

32 MINJUN 12
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Episode 11 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Jessica Wiant

Episode 10 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Kent Morino

Meet "Barefoot Kent": Husband, father, Deadhead, vegetarian, runner. Learn about his running adventures that find him dropping 70 pounds, pushing his son, Ben who is developmentally disabled, and finding the joy in running naturally.

45 MINMAY 31
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Episode 10 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Kent Morino

Episode 9 - Boston and New Zealand Recap

Dr. Mark shares some race highlights after completing his 25th Boston Marathon and then gives a recap of his trip to New Zealand where he helped at a coaching and sports nutrition conference with long-time friend Dr. Keith Livingston. He may be the longest documented survivor with advanced Glioblastoma Multiforme. He's survived through this for 12 yrs and 3 brain surgeries now. His book “Staring Down the Beast” which describes his unique approach to battling disease. The picture is Dr Keith and 2 other friends and legends in the running space now devoting their lives to the health of children- Olympic Medalists Rod Dixon and Lorraine Moller. Rob also won the epic 1983 NYC marathon and Lorraine took the Boston title in 1984. Both are native NZ and now living in the USA. Rod has shared his kids running program with over ½ million LA youth. https://tworiverstreads.com/blogs/run-for-your-life-podcast/episode-9-boston-and-new-zealand-recap

31 MINMAY 2
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Episode 9 - Boston and New Zealand Recap

Episode 8 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Colin Trower

In this episode, we talk with one of our ambassadors, Colin Trower. This is Colin’s second year being one of our “Thunder Squad Ambassadors," and Colin describes how running and revamping his nutrition has dramatically improved his quality of life. We hear about how he left a corporate job in Pennsylvania to travel in a RV for the last three years with his wife and sons as they looked for adventure, ran ultramarathons, and fell in love with Silverton, Colorado. During the Q&A with Dr. Mark, we discuss warm-up exercises to keep you loose and limber (see "A, B, C, D Skips videos in the show notes for examples: https://tworiverstreads.com/blogs/run-for-your-life-podcast/episode-8-thunder-squad-interviews-colin-trower)

49 MINMAR 30
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Episode 8 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Colin Trower

Episode 7 - It HURTS So Good, with Paul Encarnacion

In January 2019, Paul ran his fourth HURT 100 miler. We learn all about his wet and muddy adventure out in Hawaii, the difference between a "business mode" and "party mode" mindset in ultra endurance running, and the effects a low-carb diet has had on his running performance. During the Q&A with Dr. Mark, we cover questions about staying in running shape when life gets too busy to rack up the miles, and how to know if you're burning fat when you run.

54 MINMAR 3
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Episode 7 - It HURTS So Good, with Paul Encarnacion

Episode 6 - How to Keep Running Through the New Year with Local Running Legend John “Bacon” Carter

Happy New Year! With a new year come resolutions for health, but how do you build new habits for being healthy that last? Listen to John "Bacon" Carter share his story about changing from being an overweight retiree to being an avid runner (39 races last year!) During the Q&A with Dr. Mark, we cover questions about training for a sub 3-hour marathon, training for a 4:45 marathon, and myths and tips for running during pregnancy.

57 MINJAN 11
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Episode 6 - How to Keep Running Through the New Year with Local Running Legend John “Bacon” Carter

Episode 5 - Nutrition for the Long Haul

Dr. Mark breaks down the difference between race fuel, everyday food, and junk food. Learn why food marked "healthy" isn't always good for you, and what your body calls "junk food" isn't just candy and soda. During the listener Q&A, Dr. Mark answers questions about running when your legs are different lengths, knee pain, taking care of your feet as you age, and how to stay fit into your 60s and beyond.

55 MIN2018 NOV 16
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Episode 5 - Nutrition for the Long Haul

Latest Episodes

Episode 14 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Chris Price & Jake Hall

Dr. Mark opens with comments on the RED-S Syndrome which is getting press time with the Nike controversy involving Mary Cain, known as "the fastest girl in America" until being abusively pressured to lose weight. Then, we continue interviewing Thunder Squad store ambassadors. This month's guests are Chris Price and Jake Hall. Chris is an Air Force veteran, rock climbing guide, and small business owner who has pushed his nephew with disabilities through marathons. Jake is a local runner who records and posts the Run for Your Life podcast, who also runs marathons as a push team with his son. Learn about how their paths crossed and their adventures.

40 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 14 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Chris Price & Jake Hall

Episode 13 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Casey Fisher

September was a crazy month! We're getting back in the swing of things and sharing our adventures - Dr. Mark's travels around the globe sharing his medical expertise, another amazing Freedom's Run event, and Sarah's PR at the 2019 Grindstone 100 miler. We also talk about the direction performance-enhancing shoes is taking the sport of running in light of the recently set (albeit, unofficial) marathon world record time and the (very official) women's marathon record time. Then we get a chance to chat it up with local Thunder Squad TRT ambassador Casey Fisher about his recent finishes on the No Business 100, Freedom's Run, Miner's Lady, and some DNFs along the way. It was super helpful to hear his take on post-ultra recovery too.

57 MINOCT 24
Comments
Episode 13 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Casey Fisher

Episode 12 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Zach Chupa

Zach Chupa is no stranger to pushing the limits on speed and endurance, yet he's had to learn the hard way how to leverage a balance of running, rest, and community to fight depression.

51 MINAUG 24
Comments
Episode 12 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Zach Chupa

Episode 11 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Jessica Wiant

Jessica Wiant is expecting her fourth son any day now and tells us how being an active mom is part of setting an example for her kids of having a healthy lifestyle. She shares encouragement for parents who feel they are too busy to exercise and how running builds a base of fitness that opens the way to other family adventures. Also, we talk about finding the best shoe size (it may be larger than you think!)

32 MINJUN 12
Comments
Episode 11 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Jessica Wiant

Episode 10 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Kent Morino

Meet "Barefoot Kent": Husband, father, Deadhead, vegetarian, runner. Learn about his running adventures that find him dropping 70 pounds, pushing his son, Ben who is developmentally disabled, and finding the joy in running naturally.

45 MINMAY 31
Comments
Episode 10 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Kent Morino

Episode 9 - Boston and New Zealand Recap

Dr. Mark shares some race highlights after completing his 25th Boston Marathon and then gives a recap of his trip to New Zealand where he helped at a coaching and sports nutrition conference with long-time friend Dr. Keith Livingston. He may be the longest documented survivor with advanced Glioblastoma Multiforme. He's survived through this for 12 yrs and 3 brain surgeries now. His book “Staring Down the Beast” which describes his unique approach to battling disease. The picture is Dr Keith and 2 other friends and legends in the running space now devoting their lives to the health of children- Olympic Medalists Rod Dixon and Lorraine Moller. Rob also won the epic 1983 NYC marathon and Lorraine took the Boston title in 1984. Both are native NZ and now living in the USA. Rod has shared his kids running program with over ½ million LA youth. https://tworiverstreads.com/blogs/run-for-your-life-podcast/episode-9-boston-and-new-zealand-recap

31 MINMAY 2
Comments
Episode 9 - Boston and New Zealand Recap

Episode 8 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Colin Trower

In this episode, we talk with one of our ambassadors, Colin Trower. This is Colin’s second year being one of our “Thunder Squad Ambassadors," and Colin describes how running and revamping his nutrition has dramatically improved his quality of life. We hear about how he left a corporate job in Pennsylvania to travel in a RV for the last three years with his wife and sons as they looked for adventure, ran ultramarathons, and fell in love with Silverton, Colorado. During the Q&A with Dr. Mark, we discuss warm-up exercises to keep you loose and limber (see "A, B, C, D Skips videos in the show notes for examples: https://tworiverstreads.com/blogs/run-for-your-life-podcast/episode-8-thunder-squad-interviews-colin-trower)

49 MINMAR 30
Comments
Episode 8 - Thunder Squad Interviews: Colin Trower

Episode 7 - It HURTS So Good, with Paul Encarnacion

In January 2019, Paul ran his fourth HURT 100 miler. We learn all about his wet and muddy adventure out in Hawaii, the difference between a "business mode" and "party mode" mindset in ultra endurance running, and the effects a low-carb diet has had on his running performance. During the Q&A with Dr. Mark, we cover questions about staying in running shape when life gets too busy to rack up the miles, and how to know if you're burning fat when you run.

54 MINMAR 3
Comments
Episode 7 - It HURTS So Good, with Paul Encarnacion

Episode 6 - How to Keep Running Through the New Year with Local Running Legend John “Bacon” Carter

Happy New Year! With a new year come resolutions for health, but how do you build new habits for being healthy that last? Listen to John "Bacon" Carter share his story about changing from being an overweight retiree to being an avid runner (39 races last year!) During the Q&A with Dr. Mark, we cover questions about training for a sub 3-hour marathon, training for a 4:45 marathon, and myths and tips for running during pregnancy.

57 MINJAN 11
Comments
Episode 6 - How to Keep Running Through the New Year with Local Running Legend John “Bacon” Carter

Episode 5 - Nutrition for the Long Haul

Dr. Mark breaks down the difference between race fuel, everyday food, and junk food. Learn why food marked "healthy" isn't always good for you, and what your body calls "junk food" isn't just candy and soda. During the listener Q&A, Dr. Mark answers questions about running when your legs are different lengths, knee pain, taking care of your feet as you age, and how to stay fit into your 60s and beyond.

55 MIN2018 NOV 16
Comments
Episode 5 - Nutrition for the Long Haul
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