It is so important to feel supported in running and in life. Let’s get real about sports bras. Image Credit: Illustration from US Patent No. 4,174,717 by inventors Hinda S. Schreiber, Eugenie Z. Lindahl, and Polly P. Smith
Is Mercury in retro-grade? Or is it my shoes? Ryan has some feelings.
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Molly gives a hoot! 13.1 of them to be precise. To learn about the Hoot Half & 10K Trail Race and the Rocks and Roots Trail Runners Association click here.
What can we say about COVID that hasn’t already been said? Probably something, right?
The first episode is inspired by our other podcast, The Fun Run!
Image Credit: Pheidippides falls to his death after delivering the good news, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
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Ryan and Molly are joined by special guest Alexis to discuss Tick-Tock leggings and running 12 miles.
Molly and Ryan share the story of running goddess Kathrine Switzer.
Updates! Experiences! So exciting!
Butts, butts, butts! Molly is a Tina Belcher at heart with her love of butts but (hehe) isn’t too keen on her own butt lately.
There is nothing quite like a midwestern winter. For example it was 60 degrees yesterday and it is 27 degrees today. This episode is all about coping (or not) with the cold.