Navigating through the coronavirus era with compassion and success is the theme for this episode. Our guests today are Dr. Julian Abel, of Compassionate Communities, who recently joined us for a podcast on social connections and their benefit for health, performance and longevity. Well ironically this show debuted right before the COVID19 pandemic unfolded, and Read More

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Announcement: The April 18th MAF meetup is cancelled for now. Article discussion: The right kind of exercise to help boost your immune system “The compelling link between physical activity and the body’s defense system.” This one is super in-depth! Upper-respiratory infections increased when no exercise was present. Hard exercise (marathon distance) also increased likelihood of Read More

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Lexi Miller is a Colorado-based running coach and community manager at Lifelong Endurance. She previously worked in the mental health field, primarily with adults recovering from eating disorders (ED). On this show, we discuss the psychology of EDs, disordered eating and body dysmorphia, and particularly athletes suffering from one or more of these conditions.   Read More

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This episode we have runner and coach David Roche. David started the Some Work, All Play (SWAP) team in 2013 and is a coach to some of the top trail runners in the world. He is a two-time national champion runner, a three-time member of Team USA, and the 2014 USATF Men’s Sub-Ultra Trail Runner Read More

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This is Part 2 of our interview with Brad Kearns, for Part 1 click here to listen. In this show, we pick back up on the testosterone conversation from Part 1 of the show. Brad is the host of the Get Over Yourself podcast, professional speedgolfer, co-author to the Primal Endurance and Keto Reset Diet with Mark Read More

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On this show with Lucho and Tawnee, answers to your questions: Running for mental health Pros and cons of using exercise as an outlet for anxiety, stress, mental illness and anger. When it’s a good thing, but how a good thing can go too far and add more stress if not careful in managing it. Read More

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