Sandwich Todd, one of the podcast’s first guests, returns to talk about how running has helped him manage anxiety.
We open up pre-agenda barely able to contain our excitement over two American records on the track.
At (14:31) Todd talks about his anxiety disorder and when it first occurred.
At (18:00) Todd speaks about some of the strategies he uses to manage the anxiety such as cognitive behavior therapy.
At (20:28) we talk a little about the public perceptions and how social media can influence anxiety. At (21:12) Farley brags about his research and asks about how running has helped calm Todds anxiety.
At (24:13) we talk about how strava helps create accountability and then at (25:58) Todd talks more about the benefits of running for his anxiety.
At (28:56) we ask Todd about his anxiety on his running off days.
At (33:13) we talk about how sharing the story helps show people that they are not alone.
We are back at (38:52) to wrap up the interview before we transition to our grab bag topics.
At (39:36) Farley unsuccessfully attempts to create a new podcast rivalry, however Joanna instead uses the segment to provide some comments on Episode 162.
At (43:26) Docs has to get a new cell phone adventure.
At (47:55) we have an update on former guest Tom Griffin, who finished his walk across America this week.
At (53:28) we talk about the Crystal City Twilighter monsoon and door to door solicitors.
We close out at (58:22) with a pat on our own back, which is our favorite thing to do.
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