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Running Dialogue

Author: Crim Fitness Foundation

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A podcast where we talk about all things running and walking; for first timers, casual runners & elites. We invite you to join our Running Dialogue.
38 Episodes
This episode we are joined by Mark Bauman, owner of Bauman's Running & Walking shop. We discuss the running scene in Flint and how the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more people taking an interest in running and walking.
Renaissance man Riley McLincha Joins us on this episode, and shares just a small sample of his incredible stories and talents that span from mathematics to inventing his own hobbies.
This week we are joined by Tom Hauer, Program Manager for the Crim Mindfulness Department. Tom shares his background with running and how his relationship with the sport has evolved.  We also discuss how Tom and the Mindfulness team are bringing mindful practices and habits to the Flint & Genesee County community.
2021 Preview

2021 Preview


We check in to wish everyone a happy new year and give you a quick update on what to expect from Running Dialogue in 2021. Stay tuned as we're joined by new and returning guests to discuss the latest topics in running, walking and events in the community.
Find Your Why

Find Your Why


Thank you to all our listeners for a great first year of the Running Dialogue podcast! We wanted to end 2020 by keeping it "in the family". With our first guest Bobby Crim setting us off on this adventure, we are ending our first year with a very special guest, his grandson Zach Crim! This year Zach completed the 100K for Crim, a 62 mile run from Lansing to Flint, and just recently won the Arctic Frog 50 Mile race in Wisconsin! He and Brandon Morgan join us to talk about how they found motivation to get out the door in the year that has been 2020.
Planning for an Active City

Planning for an Active City


On this episode of Running Dialogue we sit down with Theresa Roach and Cade Surface from the Crim Active Communities team. We discuss what goes in to developing infrastructure in Flint where members of the community can safely run, walk and be active.
The Zumba Queen

The Zumba Queen


Guest Marquita Adams talks about her fitness journey and how she uses her story to inspire others to get up and moving.
Kettering University has been educating some the world's best engineering and business professionals for more than 100 years, right in the heart of Flint. In addition to being a great higher education institution, Kettering has committed itself to improving the area around its campus and beyond. The ripples of those efforts are felt throughout the city and are appreciated by their student body and Flint residents alike. They have also been a faithful partner to the Crim for decades.Kettering's Jack Stock and Dr. Mohammed "Mo" Torfeh join Running Dialogue to talk about Kettering's role in the Crim, family running traditions, and working to make the world a better place.
Guest Katie Stanley talks about how social justice, running, music, and mindfulness help her be the best version of herself, and how important it is for our communities that all of us be our best selves.
Dr. Matt Sardelli is no stranger to running and walking injuries. As an orthopedic surgeon certified in sports medicine, he has seen it all. Co-host Andy talks to him about some of those common injuries, and Dr Sardelli gives some great advice on how to avoid injury in the first place with proper training. He also provides some great tips on race preparation and caring for your body during a race.Dr Sardelli is on the staff of McLaren Flint (presenting sponsor of the Crim 10 Mile race) and Ortho Michigan.
Farther and farther...

Farther and farther...


Guest Joel Shankster joins us to talk about the Greater Flint running, cycling, and triathlon community, and what it's like to complete a 100 mile race.
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