165 episodes

A running podcast for runners who want practical training, nutrition, and mindset tips that integrate with your busy lifestyle.

The RunBuzz running podcast features expert advice from experienced coaches, fitness experts, trainers, athletes, mindset coaches, physical therapists, nutritionists as well as everyday, recreational runners.

Host Steve Carmichael is a NASM certified personal trainer, USA Track and Field / RRCA certified running coach, health and wellness coach, former running club director, and speaker with over 11 years of coaching experience. He owns Run For Performance, a sports performance company in Central Ohio who helps athletes develop strength, speed, agility, quickness and endurance.

RunBuzz Running Podcast Steve Carmichael

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    • 4.6 • 14 Ratings

A running podcast for runners who want practical training, nutrition, and mindset tips that integrate with your busy lifestyle.

The RunBuzz running podcast features expert advice from experienced coaches, fitness experts, trainers, athletes, mindset coaches, physical therapists, nutritionists as well as everyday, recreational runners.

Host Steve Carmichael is a NASM certified personal trainer, USA Track and Field / RRCA certified running coach, health and wellness coach, former running club director, and speaker with over 11 years of coaching experience. He owns Run For Performance, a sports performance company in Central Ohio who helps athletes develop strength, speed, agility, quickness and endurance.

    Disney Races And More With Roni And Stephaniie Taylor

    Disney Races And More With Roni And Stephaniie Taylor

    In this episode I speak with mother/daughter running duo, Roni and Stephanie Taylor. They share their running journeys, experience with Disney races, overcoming training challenges, and general running tips that have helped them make progress along the way. All this and more coming up on today's show!

    • 30 min
    Jenna Fesemyer - Paralympian and Professional Wheelchair Racer

    Jenna Fesemyer - Paralympian and Professional Wheelchair Racer

    Jenna Fesemyer is a 25-year-old doctorate student at the University of Illinois, 2020 Paralympian athlete (Tokyo), member of Team USA, professional wheelchair athlete, and recently finished 5th at the Boston Marathon.



    Jenna is an amazing young woman who is helping bring awareness and advocacy to the sport of wheelchair racing for a new generation of youth athletes.



    Listen in as she shares tips on how to overcome adversity, bad running days, training challenges, and more! 

    Resources mentioned:
    https://www.jennafesemyer.com/bio
    https://runbuzz.com

    • 38 min
    Running For A Cause: Charity Running And Fund Raising With Mary Connolly

    Running For A Cause: Charity Running And Fund Raising With Mary Connolly

    In this episode I speak with Mary Connolly, who is a certified running coach, speaker, and consultant. We discuss how to raise money for causes you believe in through fund raising and charity, and how running is a great way to support the organizations you care about. 
    Mary has a great runner origin story and shares her story how she got into running and what she learned along the way.
    All this and more coming up on today's show.

    Resources mentioned on the show:
    runbuzz.com
    thecausecoach.net

    • 39 min
    How To Develop Systems So You Can Have A Healthy Relationship With Food - Jaclyn Ricchio Stover

    How To Develop Systems So You Can Have A Healthy Relationship With Food - Jaclyn Ricchio Stover

    In this episode, I bring Jaclyn Ricchio Stover back to the show to talk about how to have a healthy relationship with food.  We discuss ways to set up simple, easy to follow systems to help you control your hunger, avoid binging, avoid overeating and avoid grazing so that you can feel at ease, satisfied, and in control of what you eat. All without dieting.  All this and more coming up on today's show.

    Resources mentioned:

    systemsforselfcare.com
    runbuzz.com 

    • 49 min
    Just "Do the thing" - Running Motivation and Discipline

    Just "Do the thing" - Running Motivation and Discipline

    In this episode I am joined by Irene Bosco, a licensed clinical social worker, therapist, and running coach.

    Irene and I discuss motivation, and why some days we struggle to go run while other days we face little resistance. We talk about discipline and how to train your mind to "do the thing" whether it is running or something else we want to accomplish.   

    Be sure to check out RunBuzz.com for lots of free running resources, articles, tips, reviews, and run coaching.

    • 43 min
    Easy, Quick Meal Prepping For Runners With Simone McKenna

    Easy, Quick Meal Prepping For Runners With Simone McKenna

    In this episode, I speak with Simone KcKenna about meal prepping and how runners can eat healthier by following a few simple strategies. Simone shares how we can meal prep in a way that is quick and easy to implement no matter how busy our schedule is.
    Simone is a health and wellness coach, new mom, certified personal trainer, nutrition coach and cohost of the Unscripted podcast.
    Tune in, because this episode is a gold mine of information and a lot of fun. All this and more coming up on today's show.

    Links mentioned:

    Simone's contact info:

    Website:
    https://www.simonemckenna.com/

    Instagram:
    https://www.instagram.com/simonemckennafitness/

    RunBuzz / Steve Carmichael contact info:
    https://runbuzz.com

    Instagram:
    https://www.instagram.com/runbuzz




     

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Akmed Speaking ,

New Runner

I am new to running and new to this podcast. Love the matter of fact approach they use. Very straight forward conversations about subjects that are of interest. I am learning a lot and enjoying the time spent listening.

Mtg301010 ,

Great podcast for runners of all creeds

I’ve been listening to this podcast for a little while now chronologically from oldest to newest and have been taking on a lot of information I never knew before. Very informative!

Anneliis ,

RB89 : How to overcome pre race anxiety and jitters

I thought this was very helpful and really like the approach to managing anxiety and nerves, seeing it as a positive thing to assist with performance and mindset.

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