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In this episode I speak with mother/daughter running duo, Roni and Stephanie Taylor. They share their running journeys, experience with Disney races, overcoming training challenges, and general running tips that have helped them make progress along the way. All this and more coming up on today's show!
Jenna Fesemyer is a 25-year-old doctorate student at the University of Illinois, 2020 Paralympian athlete (Tokyo), member of Team USA, professional wheelchair athlete, and recently finished 5th at the Boston Marathon. Jenna is an amazing young woman who is helping bring awareness and advocacy to the sport of wheelchair racing for a new generation of youth athletes. Listen in as she shares tips on how to overcome adversity, bad running days, training challenges, and more!  Resources mentioned: https://www.jennafesemyer.com/bio https://runbuzz.com
In this episode I speak with Mary Connolly, who is a certified running coach, speaker, and consultant. We discuss how to raise money for causes you believe in through fund raising and charity, and how running is a great way to support the organizations you care about.  Mary has a great runner origin story and shares her story how she got into running and what she learned along the way. All this and more coming up on today's show. Resources mentioned on the show: runbuzz.com thecausecoach.net
In this episode, I bring Jaclyn Ricchio Stover back to the show to talk about how to have a healthy relationship with food.  We discuss ways to set up simple, easy to follow systems to help you control your hunger, avoid binging, avoid overeating and avoid grazing so that you can feel at ease, satisfied, and in control of what you eat. All without dieting.  All this and more coming up on today's show. Resources mentioned: systemsforselfcare.com runbuzz.com 
In this episode I am joined by Irene Bosco, a licensed clinical social worker, therapist, and running coach. Irene and I discuss motivation, and why some days we struggle to go run while other days we face little resistance. We talk about discipline and how to train your mind to "do the thing" whether it is running or something else we want to accomplish.    Be sure to check out RunBuzz.com for lots of free running resources, articles, tips, reviews, and run coaching.
In this episode, I speak with Simone KcKenna about meal prepping and how runners can eat healthier by following a few simple strategies. Simone shares how we can meal prep in a way that is quick and easy to implement no matter how busy our schedule is. Simone is a health and wellness coach, new mom, certified personal trainer, nutrition coach and cohost of the Unscripted podcast. Tune in, because this episode is a gold mine of information and a lot of fun. All this and more coming up on today's show. Links mentioned: Simone's contact info: Website: https://www.simonemckenna.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simonemckennafitness/ RunBuzz / Steve Carmichael contact info: https://runbuzz.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/runbuzz  
In this episode, I walk through the various types of running gear fabrics to keep you warm, dry, cool, and comfortable. I discuss layering, natural vs. tech fabrics, pros and cons of each type and which fabric is best when it comes to various weather conditions such as rain, snow, or heat. Wearing the proper gear can help you stay confortable on any run.
In this episode I share the science behind cold weather acclimatization and show you how you can teach your body to "feel warmer" than it really is. The practical tips will help you adjust to the cold temperatures faster which will lead to more enjoyable runs this Winter. All this and more, coming up on today's show!
In this episode, I speak with Brodie Sharpe. Brodie is a physiotherapist and the host of the Run Smarter podcast. We discuss running form, foot strike, cadence, and running shoes and how each impacts runners when it comes to injury prevention and performance. We discuss what the research says and try to clear up common myths and misconceptions about what really causes running injuries and what you can do to prevent them.
I speak with Jeff Galloway, a running legend, Olympian, author, speaker, and founder of the Galloway Run Walk Run method. He founded the first running specialty store known, participated in the 1972 Olympic Games, and is the author of two dozen books. We talk about his early days, the terrorist attack at the Munich Olympics, and how he created his famous Run Walk Run training methodology which has helped millions of runners.
In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, I speak with obstacle course racer, American Ninja Warrior and podcaster, Lani Woods. Lani overcame a traumatic knee injury to come back as an American Ninja Warrior contestant on Season 13. We will dig into her past, about how she overcame such a tough injury at a Spartan race, and how she is helping bring endurance sports, and health and wellness to kids as well as the black community overall. Lani is cohost of the Black With Endurance podcast as well as the Unrelenting Humans podcast.
In this episode I speak with Sandra Mikulic, an amazing, inspiring women who has overcome challenges as a heavier runner as well as issues with self-esteem to become a confident runner who is stronger (and healthier) than ever.  In this episode we discuss the challenges she faced and how she used running as a key to overcome her mindset. You will not want to miss this one! Truly Inspiring!
In this episode, I speak with Jenn Drummond. As a busy mom of 7, Jenn is out to set a world record to be the first woman to climb all seven, second summits (the second tallest mountains in each of the seven continents). She is also climbing Mount Everest this May to prepare for the more challenging K2 summit later this Summer. In 2018, she was in a near-fatal accident that helped transform her life. Jenn's story is one of grit, perseverance and is inspiring to all who hear it. Jenn shares mindset tips and teaches us to find our "Everest" whatever that may be. She teaches us that what seems impossible is possible. So while not a traditional running episode, this episode applies to all of us, runner or not. Jenn has a background as a runner, Ironman finisher and loves the outdoors. 
In this episode, I speak with ultra-adventurer Gavin Boyter. Gavin is the first person to run the Orient Express route across Europe. This 2300 mile historic train route runs through eight countries and connects Paris, France to Instanbul, Turkey. We discuss his running journey and his new book, Running The Orient. All this and more coming up on today's episode.
In this episode, I share why I am scaling back my run coaching business and why I am shutting down my PaceBuilders training program. (Don't worry, the podcast and community is not going away). I talk about some personal reasons that require me to step away as well as the future of RunBuzz. I also talk about the state of the running community and the impact it has had on my decision.
In this episode of the RunBuzz Running Podcast, I speak with certified fitness trainer Mallory Reynolds. Mallory and I discuss the importance of glute and hip muscles when it comes to running and everyday life. Mallory shares her top tips to activating and strengthening your glutes and hip muscles. For more information about the RunBuzz Running podcast, or to check out previous episodes, please check out runbuzz.com or subscribe using your favorite podcast app.
In this episode of the RunBuzz Running podcast, I speak with Registered Dietitian, Serena Marie about intermittent fasting. Serena has nutrition degrees from Cornell and Yale University and focuses on intuitive eating and sports performance. We discuss what is intermittent fasting and the science and research behind it. Does intermittent fasting work? Should you consider intermittent fasting? Serena shares her expertise on the topic and shares why intermittent fasting, despite the hype, isn't a magic weight loss technique.
In this episode of the RunBuzz running podcast, I speak with Ashley Schneider from MS Run the US. In 2010, Ashley ran across the United States to raise money for MS research and to bring awareness to Multiple Sclerosis. We learn about Ashley's running journey and how she built MS Run the US to raise over 2.3 milllion dollars and discuss their annual Relay across America. She also shares some fundraising tips for those looking to raise money for charity organizations.
In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, I speak with a new PaceBuilders coaching client and RunBuzz community member, Christine Gillingham. Christine shares her running journey as well as we take you behind the scenes of a new client-onboarding session. Christine shares her running struggles with bursitis pain, heavy legs and fatigue and just an overall sense that her running is off. We unpack why that may be and I share a strategy for next steps. All this and more coming up.
In this episode, I speak with special guest Jeanine Foster. Jeanine is a great friend and has been one of my running partners since 2012. In this fun episode, we share the craziest things we have experienced over the years while running and we discuss what makes Jeanine one of the most durable, injury free runners I have ever met. Jeanine shares a wealth of knowledge for those who want to stay healthy and enjoy the sport long term. Jeanine recently reached her 30 year milestone as a runner and shares what she has learned to stay healthy. All this and more on today's episode.
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Nikki Collins

New to RunBuzz but I am happy to find this podcast! I like hearing the practical advice from runners who have regular lives but still strive to make running a priority and talk about how to do that!

Dec 8th
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