After a couple of weeks away from the studio (thanks to the extreme winter weather and, well, life), I’m back behind the mic to catch up with everyone. In this short and sweet episode, I talk about my latest race, the Big Foot Snowshoe 10K in Traverse City at the end of January, as well as how training is going in the pool so far.

To listen to this episode, click on the player at the top of this post. Or, download (and subscribe!) using your favorite podcast app.

We’ve definitely had our fair share of true winter weather lately (late January was a BEAST throughout Michigan and the Midwest), so I took this opportunity to talk winter running tips—how to stay moving while remaining safe and warm when heading outside for our workouts. Thanks to the many, many awesome tips shared with the MRG community on the Facebook page—be sure to check out the updated MRG Winter Running Guide. 

From a recent wintry run in Traverse City, Mich.

 

Finally, I am SO looking forward to this weekend’s 2nd Annual MRG Winter Weekend Getaway in Roscommon. I share details of this event—and how you can still join the fun.

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November 19, 2020

Moving Through It: Running, cooking, reading (and Abby Wambach) for the win

How are you feeling — really feeling — these days? In this latest episode of the MRG Podcast, I share some honest thoughts on how things are going for me. Most importantly, I talk about the things that are helping me get through and move forward. It’s not easy, but we can do this. We can keep trying.

November 3, 2020

Sasha Wolff of Still I Run on defeating the mental health stigma

“Giving myself grace throughout 2020 has helped me exponentially.”  Sasha Wolff, founder and CEO of Still I Run, a west […]

October 21, 2020

‘Soul-centered weight loss’ with Tara and Erin of Love Body

Erin Goldman, a yoga/ meditation teacher, and Tara Rybicki, a registered dietician nutritionist, return to the Michigan Runner Girl Show […]

October 8, 2020

Let’s Talk Tempeh: so many tasty possibilities with this plant-based protein

There is a lot of talk these days about plant-based eating — and for good reason. Eating more plants is good for your health and good for the planet. But some of the plant-based foods can seem scary and maybe you aren’t sure what to do with them. Well, that’s where I can help.

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