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.
Divided lanes coming to Hains Point, safety measures in the works for the Mount Vernon Trail, three locals make national high school XC meet, local collegians race at NCAAs.
St. Albans and GVS’s Vivian Kelly won their first DC cross country titles while St. Johns’ girls and St. Albans’ Pierre Attiogbe repeated.
Beach Drive remains closed to through traffic year-round, locals win conference, USATF titles.
Capt. Kyle King won the Marine Corps Marathon, a year after he planned to make his debut at the race, and Chelsea Baker of the British Royal Navy made tremendous strides winning the women’s race.
Born in 1984 as the George Washington Parkway Classic, it is among the most scenic and spacious distance races on the East Coast. From the serene beauty of our spacious course meandering through the finest spring bloom in the DC