Bryan and Peter do the unthinkable and record the open to the show while driving. Peter reveals some news about his ultra race plans, while Bryan admits it’s hard to do the show while operating a moving vehicle. Then they arrive at Charles River Running in Norwood to interview store owner and runner Charlotte Walsh. Charlotte talks about her history as a runner, why she decided to open a running store, and what led to her becoming an ambassador for Run 4 All Women.
For more information on the August 13th 50-mile relay run from Gloucester to Boston, or to donate to the fundraiser to benefit the Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts, please visit: https://www.crowdrise.
Bryan and Peter continue their “every-other-week-summer fun-time,” and reintroduce an interview from the HWYRT archives for the third Summer Rewind of 2017:
HWYRT goes on location to The Heartbreak Hill Running Company's newest store and running studio to interview running coach and co-owner Dan Fitzgerald.
Bryan's physical therapy is working wonders but his defeatist self-talk is laying traps for his recovery. And Peter's ultra training may be off course despite beautiful summer weather (or because of it). Then, a trip to Feedback Corner where Peter's stray thought unintentionally weaves a web of running voodoo that ensnares Fast/Funny Ellen London. You can help bring back the good vibes by nominating HWYRT for The People's Choice Podcast Awards at https://www.podcastawards.com.
Plus, check out Greg Shea’s award-winning video about Bobbi Gibb here: http://video.wgbh.org/video/2365718488/
Bryan and Peter continue their “every-other-week-summer fun-time,” and reintroduce an interview from the HWYRT archives for the second Summer Rewind of 2017:
Bryan and Peter answer a listener question on how to increase one’s per-mile pace while being a member of the Clyde Army. Peter updates Bryan on his tendonitis. Then sportswriter and “late-onset athlete,” Amy Moritz, calls in for a discussion about her upcoming book about what it means to consider oneself an athlete. Photo by Sarah Anderson.
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