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Every week on the Ali on the Run Show, I talk with inspiring people who lead interesting lives on the run and beyond. And while running is what brings us all together, on these episodes, we're digging a little deeper. These conversations are about the decisions people have made to get where they are today, and how getting sweaty has factored in. Whether you’re on the run toward something great or away from something that’s holding you back, join me on this never-ending adventure, and let’s all pick up the pace together.

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Every week on the Ali on the Run Show, I talk with inspiring people who lead interesting lives on the run and beyond. And while running is what brings us all together, on these episodes, we're digging a little deeper. These conversations are about the decisions people have made to get where they are today, and how getting sweaty has factored in. Whether you’re on the run toward something great or away from something that’s holding you back, join me on this never-ending adventure, and let’s all pick up the pace together.

    Andrea Wagner, 52-Time Marathoner

    Andrea Wagner, 52-Time Marathoner

    Andrea Wagner—formerly Andrea Duke—talks about her meteoric rise to running success, and about what happens after elite running.

    • 1 hr 14 min
    What's New With You with Rachel Wyman

    What's New With You with Rachel Wyman

    Welcome to the What’s New With You series on the Ali on the Run Show! For the next six weeks, I’ll be catching up with past guests to see what they’ve been up to since the last time we talked. And we’re kicking things off with the indomitable Rachel Wyman! Rachel first appeared on Episode 166 of the show, where she talked about her life as a single mom of three and owner of Montclair Bread Company. On this episode, Rachel talks about what life for a small business owner has been like during the pand

    • 55 min
    Aisha Qamar, 3:02 Marathoner, Activist, & South Brooklyn Mutual Aid Volunteer

    Aisha Qamar, 3:02 Marathoner, Activist, & South Brooklyn Mutual Aid Volunteer

    Aisha Qamar cares deeply about her community and the people around her. She earned her master’s in public health at Columbia University, and volunteers with South Brooklyn Mutual Aid, delivering food to her neighbors in New York City. On this episode, Aisha explains how delivering supplies on the run has brought meaning back to her running during the pandemic. She talks about making friends when she didn’t think she belonged in the running community, and talks about being a Muslim woman.

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Justin Grunewald

    Justin Grunewald

    Justin Grunewald is a doctor, ultra runner, and avid chaser of FKTs. He's happiest running up mountains in pursuit of running the fastest known time on any given trail. (So far in 2020, Justin has run 15 FKTs—two of which he did since we recorded this episode!) In addition to his many accomplishments, both professionally and on the run, Justin is perhaps best known as husband to the late Gabe Grunewald, who passed away last year after a long and arduous battle with adenoid cystic carcinoma, a rare cancer.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Ali & the Experts with Dr. Nicole Detling, Mental Performance Coach

    Ali & the Experts with Dr. Nicole Detling, Mental Performance Coach

    I'm thrilled to wrap up the Ali & the Experts series with returning favorite Dr. Nicole Detling, mental performance coach and founder of Headstrong Consulting. Dr. Detling has a PhD in exercise and sports science with an emphasis in sports psychology, is the author of Don't Leave Your Mind Behind, and hosts the Becoming HeadStrong podcast. On this episode, Dr. Detling—who works with top athletes, Olympians, and sports teams—answers questions about injuries, comebacks, emotions on the run, and race day.

    • 1 hr 17 min
    Ben Chan, Ultra Runner & Activist

    Ben Chan, Ultra Runner & Activist

    If you've ever run a race in NYC, you know Ben Chan. He's the "leopard print short-shorts and cowboy hat guy." On this episode, in addition to talking on-the-run fashion, Ben shares how he found running at 30, by way of donating a kidney. Ben talks about his firsthand experiences with racism, many of which he's experienced recently, and on the run. And he talks about being the son of immigrants and grandson of refugees, and offers his perspective on what it means to create "safe spaces" in running.

    • 1 hr 15 min

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