In this mini-episode, Bryan and Peter ask Fast Funny Ellen London to read all of the failed titles for Season 2 of HWYRT. Plus, they talk up their training for this year’s Millinocket Marathon and the power of podcasting as a time travel device. Season 2 starts September 7th!
Yes, we’re still on summer break. But, this is a great interview and you will love it all over again. Veteran marathon runner and Westin Hotel's National Run Concierge Chris Heuisler sits down with Bryan and Peter for an in-depth conversation about life and running. Chris brings the guys up to speed on the Westin’s run concierge program, tells the story of the most amazing birthday run ever, and offers up some unexpected running advice to help Bryan prepare for his big race in Millinocket, Maine. WARNING: This episode contains some salty language. You can find Chris on a social platform near you: RunWestin Blog RunWestin Facebook Twitter: @runwestin Instagram: @chrisheuisler
To celebrate Run 4 All Women’s upcoming national events, this summer rewind features our interview with Run 4 All Women founder, Alison Desir. Be sure to check out a race event happening near you and support the movement by visiting https://www.run4allwomen.com.
After the update on this week’s Clyde Army Countdown, Bryan plays nutritionist to help further Peter’s marathon training. Then, they get past their technical difficulties and have an in-depth conversation with runner Alison Desir, creator of the free fitness group Harlem Run. They talk about her (and her relay team’s) historic 240-mile run from New York City to Washington D.C. that raised over $100K for Planned Parenthood, as well as how Alison became a runner and an activist and how she hopes to continue the work that her Run 4 All Women movement began.
Bryan and Peter celebrate their 90th episode by going on vacation and leaving us with their amazing 40th episode. We travel back to August 2016 and go under Harvard stadium with November Project. Check out the crazy post-workout interviews with Caleb Daniloff, Emily Saul, Chris Capozzi, and November Project co-founders Brogan Graham and Bojan Mandaric. And stick around to the end of the show for updates from the NP “Giant Men” recorded this past week.