RaceMob Podcast Episodes
He Lost 180 lbs, Ran Every Street in San Jose, and Completed 100+ Mile Treks for Foster Kids - the Incredible Jake McCluskey
Jake once weighed in at over 380 lbs, and was leading a sedentary lifestyle. But, it's never too late to make a change. After hearing a Marshawn Lynch quote - Jake started running - and completely changed his life around.
The Road Runners Club of America is one of the largest and most influential organizations in running. We were fortunate to discuss some major topics with RRCA executive director Jean Knaack and president George Rehmet.
This is the inspirational story about a Latin Rock Star who turned his life around using the power of running. Leo found a way to overcome a debilitating drug addiction, and has been sober for over 16 years.
Will Turner decided to set a "big hairy audacious goal" (bhag) for his 60th birthday. When 6 IronMan races wasn't quite daunting enough, he decided to 10 X the goal and go for 60 IronMan distance triathlons.
Joyce Lee began her running streak January 1st, 2013... That's over 2,800 days ago. She's been running at least 1 mile every single day since the streak began - and it's helped her grow in so many ways.
Dynamic race director Tes Sobomehin Marshall shares her intro into running, starting the Atlanta chapter of Black Girls Run, creating the Running Nerds and Run Social, and launching The Race a celebration in Black excellence.
YouTube's Running Legend: Seth DeMoor Shares Training Tips, Injury Stories, and Celebrates His Recent Victory
Seth's an accomplished runner, dynamic personality, and all around great guy. It was so fun having him on the podcast! Fresh off a victory at the Pike's Peak Marathon, and celebrating his 100K subscriber to his YouTube channel. We had an absolute blast!
We turn the microphone on Kevin, and get the inside scoop on his background, fitness journey, and why he started RaceMob. Plus, we get a sneak peek on his vision, and what's in store for RaceMob going forward.
Ray, Anthony, and Bre are some of the fastest and most accomplished runners you will find. Ray and Anthony have marathon times in the 2:40s and Bre has a marathon PR of 3:01. These siblings (with a 10 year age gap) qualified for the same Boston event even though they trained apart. Catch their training secrets, and stories from the event.
The Mermaid Series features women’s running, duathlon, and triathlon events. And now spans three states - California, Washington, and my home state of Colorado. The Mermaid series is known for their welcoming atmosphere, and providing a safe zone for many beginners to complete their first event.