Mel & Vic are back again, mourning the looming demise of so many government programs and agencies that once allowed us all to enjoy a certain level of decency and taste of the good life. Also alarming is the rise of nativism and isolationism currently taking place around the globe. Dare we take comfort in the fact that we are not alone on that dangerous path? And finally, they urge one and all to “Resist! Resist!” as the swamp in Washington DC becomes deeper and oh, so much muckier . . . Got your rubbers handy?!
The Angry Buds have returned! The election and inauguration had left them too stunned to speak. But then, the new POTUS started signing orders, nominating incompetents to important posts, and tweeting early morning absurdities (commonly known as “alternative facts”). That was sufficient impetus to get Mel & Vic off their porch swings and back on the warpath. So, sit back and have a listen as your hosts offer their polemic on the new Drumpf era!
In this episode, Richard Rush, who just completed his first 100-mile race, chats about training for a triathalon, how running has changed his life, and the correlation between expensive beer and his bucket list.
Michelle Browning Coughlin has run 37 races to raise awareness, despite suffering her own major setbacks in life. Learn how and why this selfless athlete runs, and why the number 37 has such significance for her.
In this edition of Runner’s Radio, your host, Tavi Wallace, interviews Danny Chester, a UPS employee for over 26 years, who talks about how he is able to get enough sleep not only to function, but to wake up at 3:30 a.m. each morning and run before work. Highlights of the interview include Chester’s big reveal that pickle juice is his marathon drink of choice, advice on racing in high tops, and how he manages his ultimate weakness — cheesecake!
John Fallis is a unique athlete. He began running later in life than most, but his hard work has paid off. In this interview, he talks about the importance of having a routine, the “Survivor’s Mile” and reaching the Top 10 in his age group in the Boston Marathon.
In this program, Tavi interviews James Howard, a recent graduate of the University of Louisville. He works at UPS and never thought he would become a distance runner. Now, he is planning to run an ultra-marathon in the near future. Generally, he lets his running do the talking. In this interview, he takes a seat and instead does some talking about running.
In this episode, Tavi interviews Jackie Cassady, product manager of renewable energy at Genscape. Her Masters degree is an impressive combination of study areas in Public Health, Environmental Sciences, Food Safety and Epistemology from the University of Kentucky. She talks about her personal records this past year in various race distances. She also discusses nutrition and the friends she’s made from running and racing under Team Fleet Feet.