Jeff Gaudette: Founder and head coach of Runner's Connect

Jeff Gaudette has been running for 13 years, at all levels of the sport. He was a two time Division-I All-American in Cross Country while at Brown University and competed professionally for 4 years after college. Jeff has competed all over the world, in numerous marathons, and recorded Olympic Trials qualifying times in the marathon and 10,000 meters.

Jeff and I have a fascinating conversation about Runner's Connect and their unique ability to coach athletes of all abilities.  We discuss podcasting, the enormous challenges faced by high school track coaches and the barriers of entry for new runners.  Jeff gives great advice on how YOU can help someone overcome those hurdles.

You can like Runner's Connecton Facebook or follow them on Instagram and Twitter

Want to learn more about coaching? Visit Runner's Connect on their website.  

Sarah Crouch: Professional Runner and 13X NCAA All American

Sarah Crouch is a Professional Runner, 13 X NCAA All American, and a 2:32 marathoner with too many other running achievements to name. In this fantastic conversation, Sarah and I tackle everything from doping and PEDs to eating disorders in sports.

Sarah is also a prolific writer and will be a regular fixture on the Personal Record Podcast with a new segment we are calling "Personal Recordings.”  Athlete-writers will be periodically featured reading essays and articles they've written on subjects ranging from injury prevention to racing, plus commentaries on frustration, motivation, and everything in between.

Visit Sarah on her website.

Check out Sarah on Facebook,  Twitter and Instagram.

Learn more about eating disorders in sports.

Angela Naeth: North American Ironman Champion

Have you ever dealt with long term injury or illness?  Angela Naeth is the 2015 North American Ironman Champion. Along with two sub-9 hour Ironman performances she founded the "I Race Like a Girl" Triathlon Team.  In 2016 she suffered a broken foot requiring surgery and months of rehabilitation.  She battled back in 2017 only to be diagnosed with Lyme disease; a misunderstood and often misdiagnosed bacterial infection.  Learn how Angela stays positive by using sport psychology and shamanism to help guide her through her many hurdles.  

Visit Angela on her website.

Check out Angela on Facebook,  Twitter and Instagram.

Learn more about Lyme disease.

Join I Race Like a Girl Triathlon Team. 

Nicole Falcaro: NYC's Newest Pro Triathlete

Nicole Falcaro is NYC's newest professional triathlete.  With a background in running she found herself looking for something more and discovered triathlon.  She rose through the amateur ranks winning almost every race in which she competed before deciding to take the next step.  Her love of endurance sports and her obsessive need to work as hard as she can served her well at the Wildflower 70.3 Triathlon where she recently took 7th place.  Find out what makes Nicole tick and why she needs to be the best she can be.  

Follow Nicole

Instagram, Twitter, Facebook

Learn More about Nicole

NicoleFalcaro.com

 

Scott Douglas: NY Times Best Selling Author on Running

IMG_2428.JPG

Scott Douglas, NY Times best-selling author, joins us to speak about his latest book, Running is My Therapy, which shows how running can make us HAPPIER.  Scott speaks candidly about his own battles with depression and how running has helped make him whole.  Listen as Scott shares his hard-earned wisdom after 40 years and over 110,000 miles of running.  

Scott's Amazon Author Page:  Purchase your copy of Running is my Therapy as well as any of Scott's other books.  

Scott's Website

Follow Scott on Twitter