We love to run. We love the running community. We love runners. But we also know there are some issues in our world that directly affect the sport that we love. Issues that need to be addressed. We want to understand what is happening and know what we can do to help uplift underrepresented genders, celebrate and include different cultures and backgrounds, and address the environmental impact of running. Running Realized is a space to explore, discuss and provide insight to create meaningful change. Join running industry voices Tina Muir and Knox Robinson as we tell stories, consult with experts, and search for actionable ways that we can all be a part of the solution. Our mission is to explore running culture as a vehicle to realize its full potential, and we want you to join us.
Motherhood and The Olympics
An exploration of motherhood and the Olympics.
The LGBTQ+ Runner Experience
An exploration of the openly gay and transgender athletes who represent Team USA.
The Sustainable Road Race
An exploration of the present and future of sustainable road racing.
The Running Joke
An exploration of comedy and running.
The Load We Carry
An exploration of the extra load that underrepresented races and genders can carry while logging their daily mileage, specifically through the lens of two Asian-American runners.
The Lifelines of Your Running Shoes
An exploration of understanding the environmental impact of the running footwear industry - what sustainability looks like now and what we hope for it to be in the future.
Speaks to the issues we often leave out of running
So often running is compartmentalized from social and personal issues that are often difficult to name aloud (e.g., climate change, spirituality, racism). This podcast names the issues, draws connections to and within the sport, and has fun — all at the same time. Tina and Knox bring on excellent guests and do a great job interviewing them, then leaving the listener with actionable takeaways. Well done and highly recommended!
The running podcast we all needed
This is an amazing podcast that’s about running but so much more on top. When I’m out for a run, I don’t need to hear coaches and podcasters talk endlessly about the thing that I’m currently doing. I love that this podcast ties running back to bigger issues and ends with something actionable.
Thank you two for putting together a podcast that showcases the sometimes overlooked intricacies and untold stories of different members of the running community. I’ve smiled, laughed, and even cried during some listenings. This is really special. Much love and I look forward to more from the podcast.