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How Was Your Run Today?

Bryan Gould and Peter Villa like to run and talk. Just not at the same time. This weekly comedy/running podcast features interviews with some amazing runners, their own running updates, and whatever makes them laugh.
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Now displaying: June, 2018

You burn more calories laughing while running. 

Jun 29, 2018

Bryan and Peter finally make it back to the studio at the Boston Public Library where they are joined by Social Media Guru Anna Brooks, who just completed her second BAA 10K. They talk about the race experience, Peter and Bryan's sweaty view from the sidelines, and the secrets of the team tents. Bryan shares the unique pre-race regimen that helped Artist-in-Residence Andrea Bonney Gould crush the BAA 10K, and Peter gives an update from the medical tent on his Boilermaker 15K training. Then, we Follow the Cent to Kansas City where Vinnie Cent sits down with recently retired NP Kansas City co-leader John Kohler. John describes how his experience at the Boston Marathon in 2013, the year of the bombing, led him to connect with fellow runners on social media, and how that eventually helped him discover November Project (and starts a new tribe in Kansas City). He also talks about the afterschool program he started to get kids more active and about the importance of challenging ourselves to move out of our comfort zone.

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Jun 21, 2018

Peter and Bryan venture outside the studio, first to Peter’s house and then to Bryan’s car, to make some HWYRT magic. Peter has a big announcement about his run streak and Bryan offers his sage advice. Bryan also impresses Peter with his amazing return to athletics. Then, they welcome November Project Boston tribe member and photographer Alan Scherer to discuss a more serious topic that has been in the news: suicide. Alan shares his struggles with mental illness and how he worked to recover after hitting his personal rock bottom. They discuss how hearing about other suicides can become a trigger for those who have a history of depression. Finally, Alan shares how he has found support and inspiration through the running community and through his photography, and how he hopes to use his experiences to help others who are trying to find their way to health.

If you, or someone you know, needs help:

https://afsp.org

https://samaritanshope.org

https://www.nami.org/#

https://deconstructingstigma.org

http://www.wediko.org

 

For more about Alan:

https://500px.com/alanschererphotographer

https://teespring.com/stores/littlebitsoflife

https://www.customink.com/fundraising/littlebitsbrand

https://boston.backonmyfeet.org

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Jun 15, 2018

Bryan and Peter can't be together at the studio, but a new episode is only a phone call away. Peter is cautious about his running streak after feeling some familiar pains, while Bryan and Artist-in-Residence Andrea tackle The North Face Endurance Challenge, resulting in a mix of victories and struggles. Also, Bryan talks about being back in the racing game (although there is still so much #RebuildingBryan to be done) and Peter starts to question his racing decisions. Next, we follow Vinnie Cent to Atlanta, where he chats with Coco Esser of the November Project Atlanta tribe. Coco describes how she got into distance running, made ALL the mistakes, and fell in love with the sport. She also talks about getting into running groups when she moved to Atlanta and how she found her home with NP. 

 

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Jun 8, 2018

We start by Following the Cent as Vinnie travels to Virginia Beach to chat with Nic King. Nic, who ran an amazing 14 races in one year for the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series, talks about how he got started with running, how he discovered November Project, and how engaging with other runners  has helped him come out of his shell and find his community. Then, we return to the studio! Peter gives an update on the Clyde Army Countdown and reveals a big race announcement. Meanwhile, Bryan keeps building his base, mile by mile, as he sets his sights for a big Millinocket comeback. Plus, Peter shares a story about unexpected HWYRT connections and about a special sighting he had on a recent run.

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Jun 1, 2018

Bryan and Peter record on location at the Gould Family Farm. Bryan is ready to spring himself from PT, while Peter continues to train for the Utica Boilermaker 15K. Then, Vinnie Cent travels to Baltimore and talks with NP's Hallie Herz. Hallie shares how she got involved in the November Project and how she hopes to encourage more inclusiveness within the NP community, particularly for LGBTQ members. Hallie also talks about her participation in the Baltimore XFest, a comedy festival specifically designed for women and gender minorities in comedy. Plus, Peter gives Bryan a semi-update on the Clyde Army Countdown 2018 and puts a call out to Igor Bubushkin.  

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