Sometime in the past week the morning shakeout podcast surpassed 1 million total downloads. I know it’s just a number, but I’ve never hit a million anything in my life. THANK YOU to everyone who has listened in, offered feedback, and/or shared an episode(s) with others. It truly means a lot to me.
Check out the top ten episodes below in case you missed one or just want to revisit some amazing conversations:
- 1. Episode #7 – Shalane Flanagan
- 2. Episode #55 – Ryan Hall
- 3. Episode #27 – Kara Goucher
- 4. Episode #40 – Des Linden
- 5. Episode #45 – Colleen Quigley
- 6. Episode #62 – Scott Fauble
- 7. Episode #52 – Stephanie Bruce
- 8. Episode #67 – Gwen Jorgensen
- 9. Episode #53 – Brad Stulberg
- 10. Episode #64 – Frank Gagliano
What’s been your favorite episode? Who do you want to see on the podcast in the future? Here’s to the next million!
“Things are going to be uncomfortable in life. You’re going to have uncomfortable runs, uncomfortable races, uncomfortable conversations with family and friends, or standing up to your boss if you feel like you deserve a raise. All things like that, I think are just giving you a little more courage and a little more pep in your step to really stand up for what you believe in and push through those hard days and know that you’re going to see light at the end of the tunnel.”
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Thrilled to welcome Stephanie Bruce of Hoka Northern Arizona Elite to the show this week. The 35-year-old mom of two young boys is a 2:29 marathoner, co-founder of Picky Bars, online running coach, and oh yeah, reigning national 10K champion on the roads.
In this episode, we discussed what she’s focused on from a training and racing standpoint right now, why she thinks it’s important to get out of your comfort zone when it comes to racing, and the changes coach Ben Rosario has made to her training in the past several years that have contributed to her recent success. We also talked about the marathon and her biggest limiters in that event, what it will take to make the 2020 Olympic marathon team in Atlanta, who she looks up to in the sport, where she gets her grittiness from, how to cultivate it in your own life, and a whole lot more.