RaceMob Podcast Episodes
Frances Taylor is an incredible yoga instructor, Pilates teacher and anatomy expert. She will tell us about how Yoga can improve our running, our range of motion and our overall wellness.
In this episode, you'll learn how Ryan Hite got into triathlons, how he and his wife created a tremendously successful race organization, and how he was able to keep live races going during the pandemic.
Adam Duran talks to us about his humble beginnings, becoming a law enforcement officer, his running adventures, giving back to the community and motivation.
Kevin and Bertrand talk about 21 hacks that will help you crush on your race day and hit new PRs.
In this episode of the RaceMob Podcast, Sara Manderscheid tells us about her running journey, becoming a certified coach, qualifying for Boston on her fisrt try and Run Camps.
In this episode, Gerald Schattle will tell us about his inspiring fitness journey, how he manages to keep a training schedule while being a busy principal and how he leans on the local community for accountability.
In this episode Kevin Chang and Coach "B" break down performance tips and training methods that will help you identify your weakest links, and help you reach new PRs.
A Live Race! Plus - Diversity, Coaching, and Becoming Influencers with Tommy and India from Atlanta's Run Duo Podcast
In this episode we chat with the Run Duo about the importance of diversity and important steps that we're seeing towards inclusion, India breaks down her recent experience getting coaching certified and the unique program she's coaching with, plus dive into some podcasting tips from these industry veterans.
In this episode, we talk to Tony about his quest to conquer ultra marathons, and what he's learned from his experiences.
The Epic Adventures of Endorphin Dude! Pt. 1: Origin Story - From overweight diabetic to 52 marathons in 52 weeks!
It's a bird. It's a plane. Wait, could it be?!?! Yes! It's the one and only Endorphin Dude. In 2009 an overweight and unhealthy Tony collapsed in his apartment. Looking into his dog's eyes, he decided to make a change. What started with a 10-minute walk around the block, turned into a quest for a half-marathon, then a full marathon, and then an epic adventure to complete 52 marathons in 52 weeks.