Elizabeth Carey is a writer, editor and co-author of the book GIRLS RUNNING: All You Need To Strive, Thrive, and Run Your Best. She is also a running coach, and ultra runner her self.
Elizabeth’s articles have been featured in the New York Times, Runner’s World, and other major running blogs such as Podium Runner, and Dye Stat. She focuses a lot of her work around the mission of speaking about those “taboo” topics that plague a lot of female runners such as eating disorders, body image, and female cycles.
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04:45 – Elizabeth’s story to finding yoga as the practice that anchored as a runner and writer
10:20 – Elizabeth’s particular yoga practice unpacked
14:30 – Visualization techniques
21:00 –Article 1: Female Athletes Face Crazy Expectations. They Can Be Overcome.
Article 2: 4 Things Every Coach, Parent, or Female Athlete Should Know About Running and Puberty
Article 3: The Top 3 Questions Runner Girls Ask: Answers to the FAQs runners (and their parents) have been searching for
38:00 - Article 4: RUNNING ISSUES WITH ELIZABETH CAREY: OVERWHELMED?
48:00 - GIRLS RUNNING: All You Need To Strive, Thrive, and Run Your Best
55:00 – What’s next for Elizabeth?