With two thirds of our hosts unavailable in studio, we have a surprise guest host who thinks guest hosting counts towards the gold jacket.
At (1:45) we call Docs and find out why he is unable to be in studio.
At (5:46) Farley wants to get Julies opinion on a running related in the news story, a discussion which will have dire consequences for the kid, James.
At (14:28) we are joined by guest Heather Stephens, who lets us know how much notice she had for this show.
At (16:17) Heather talks about her roots and meeting Julie at Georgetown and her time in the D.C. area.
At (18:00) Heather talks about moving across the country and her time at Oiselle.
At (20:41) Heather talks about making the change and going to work for WyCo and tries to explain the business concept to Farley. A couple of times. And then Heather talks about her role and then talks about her international travels over the last 18 months.
At (28:15) Heather talks about some of the runs that she experienced while on the road.
At (33:24) Heather talks about her blog FeatherOnTheRun.com and social media.
At (34:00) Heather tells us about meeting Hector, an inspirational person in Buenos Aires who helps keep things in perspective.
At (37:33) Heather talks about safety running abroad and at (39:53) she talks about using her runs as a mechanism for exploring new cities quickly rather than focusing on intense training.
At (42:48) we ask Heather what is next.
At (45:51) we are back to dissect the featherstephens underscoreless social media handle and at (48:15) Julie talks about training while pregnant.
Derwood’s Lake Needwood helped Maggie Lloyd almost forget all about the summer misery and, somehow, the pandemic, for an hour or so.
Loudoun County’s map of unpaved roads led me to a beauty of a run north of Leesburg.
The sights, smells and open roads of the National Arboretum are open to runners nine hours a day.
Patuxent River Park in Upper Marlboro, Md. boasts more than 6,000 acres of nature trails and wildlife just ten miles off the Beltway. If you prefer a running soundtrack of croaking frogs…
3rd Annual APA MOORE Equity in Mental Health 5K Run,…
About APA’s MOORE Equity in Mental Health 5k
The APA’s Division of Diversity and Health Equity invites you to join us in combating mental health inequities facing young people of color and in honoring mental health advocate Bebe Moore Campbell.
Losing to Live 5K Walk/Run
WHEN Saturday, June 17, 2023 at 9:00 am WHERE This convenient location is just minutes from your house located 1/2 mile inside the 1-495 Capital Beltway at exit 51. Spectators are welcome to watch and cheer on the runners. Capital