RaceMob Podcast Episodes
This World Record Holder's Incredible Story from Overweight to Ultramarathon Champ with Sandra Villines
Sandra Villines, a single mother and humble athlete, tells us about her journey to lose weight, becoming an Ultra athlete, and setting an impossible world record.
How Consistency and Community Inspired His 70lb Weightloss Journey and Push Him to New Heights with Patrick Alejandro Loera
In this episode, you'll learn how Patrick rekindled a love for physical activity after a long sedentary period. The advice for overweight runners that he wish he knew when he started. Why a chance encounter on a race course changed his fitness journey. And the benefits of having a running coach such as Coach B for hitting your goals.
Prevent Injury with Quick and Easy Strength Routines, Warmup Exercises, and Recovery Method From Rocket PT's Irina Stiasny
Irina Stiasny joins Kevin Chang and Bertrand Newson to talk about becoming a physical therapist, avoiding injury and being a busy mom and business owner at the same time as keeping a busy run schedule.
RaceMob Updates - Western States and Olympic trials, the Cut The Crap challenge, Town Hall Q&A and Celebrating Life
In this episode let's talk about some updates, news and other fun things, from Western States and Olympic trials, to our own lives!
Coaching Call with "The Professor" - Training for the Rock 'n' Roll San Jose Half Marathon with Jason Peevyhouse
Jason Peevyhouse talks about his introduction to running, becoming involved with the community, inspiring kids and the support from the community.
We continue our conversation with Scott Strool about product recommendations for new and veteran runners.
We receive Scott Strool once again in the show, this time to make product recommendations for new and veteran runners.
During this discussion, we're going to talk to Dr. David Meyer about the mental aspects of recovery and how it can be just as important as the physical action. Plus you all know how big of a baseball fan Coach "B" is, and he and David share much more than just the love of the sport in this conversation.
Kevin and Bertrand celebrate episode 50 with a look back at some of our favorite moments and takeaways from the last year.
Dean Karnazes is a verified "Super Human" has conquered the worlds toughest races including Western States, Badwater, Spartathlon, and even a marathon to the South Pole. Dean has been a true ambassador of the sport - inspiring countless runners during his 50 marathon in 50 states is 50 days, running across the U.S. twice, running a marathon on every continent twice, and running the silk road as a special state department athlete ambassador.