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24 – Kara Burns from Prison to 26.2

The title of this episode is no joke. Kara is a grateful, hard-working, enlightened survivor of a previous life full of bad choices and tough situations. She's refreshingly open and honest about her struggles and moreso about what she's learned from them. In my opinion this might be the best episode I've recorded yet.

15 – Frank Shorter Olympic Champion & American Running Legend

Frank Shorter is a true legend; a man of many talents. Olympic gold (and silver) medalist, Attorney, Founder of a clothing company (Frank Shorter Sports), Founder of the Bolder Boulder (one of the biggest 50,000+ runner events in the world), Founder of the Frank Shorter RACE4Kids, Author, Commentator. We sat in Erin Carson's office at RallySport for an hour while I picked his brain on many topics. Enjoy!

11 – Jenny Hadfield on Eating the Elephant One Bite at a Time

Meet Jenny Hadfield, prolific running coach and mentor. Jenny is one of the most knowledgable, most down to earth, most REAL coaches in the world of running. Her mission is to help people learn how to train to improve performance, reach their goals more efficiently, and create a plan that works with the flow of their busy lifestyles.

8 – Pam Burrus on The Power of Connecting

Meet Pam Burrus, founder of Moms Run This Town / She Runs This Town. I met Pam a couple years ago in a coffee shop in Chicago and we immediately hit it off. Let's just say we didn't need coffee to summon any energy! Pam is all about helping women find their happy place.

Transformed – Stories of Running Inspiration

  This is the story of a special woman named Kara Burns.   In February 2015, I sat in the Skirt Sports warehouse, listening to twenty nervous women share their stories. They were answering the question, “Why did you apply for the Skirt Sports Kick Start program?”   More than a few tears were shed […]

#REALWomenmove

When I was a little girl growing up in the Midwest in the 70s and 80s, I was exposed to every sport available. I was born in 1972, the year Title IX passed, a benchmark that paved the way for women to have more opportunities in athletics and academics. I never felt barriers to participating […]