The Not Your Average Runner Podcast teaches plus-size, mid-life women practical ways to start running in the body they have right now. Certified Running & Life Coach Jill Angie combines her real-life experience and coaching wisdom to help women find joy in learning to run in a way that honors their unique size, shape, speed or age. You’ll be surprised at how much you can enjoy running when you know how to do it! Download a free one-week jumpstart plan to get started today at www.notyouraveragerunner.com/start.
How to Be Nicer to Yourself
Tune in this week as I show you why the opinions and judgments you have about yourself are not facts, and how you have a choice in whether to believe your inner mean girl. I’m sharing three of my top tips for things you can do when you hear her starting to chime in, so you can intentionally get in the driver’s seat and take charge of your brain and body instead.
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What to Do When You Feel Meh
Tune in this week as I show you why feeling the mystery blues is not a problem. We all have days where we feel lucky to muster up the energy to take a shower let alone go out and run, and other days, you’ll feel ready to slay the world. I’m inviting you to see how nothing has gone horribly amiss if you’re having a meh day, and how to start tapping into love and compassion for yourself when it does happen.
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How to Love Yourself Like a Boss
Join me this week as I share my personal self-love journey to help you apply the lessons I’ve learned to your own life. The realization that I’d fallen out of love with myself was the best thing that I could have ever discovered, and if you can relate to my story, I’m inviting you to start creating a head-over-heels love affair with yourself too.
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All About Strength Training with Nancy Brown
Listen in this week as I quiz Nancy on everything strength training. We’re diving into the considerations you have to take when you start strength training as a plus-sized person, Nancy’s tips for getting the most out of your squats, and we’re also debunking a few myths that might be holding you back from getting started.
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What’s Possible for You?
Join me on the podcast today to discover what it takes to achieve impossible goals, and why there is no real substitute for the belief that you will get there eventually. None of us like failing and feeling disappointed in ourselves when we miss the mark, but I’m urging you to question what you’re truly giving up by not trying in the first place.
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Small Changes for Big Results with Kiah Twisselman
Join us this week to hear Kiah share the keys to creating long-lasting mindset and lifestyle shifts, and what it takes to become the person who lives your dream life. We can so easily turn to a vicious cycle of self-hatred, but Kiah shows us how giving ourselves grace when our humanness kicks in will get us where we want to go.
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Motivating Running Podcast
Jill is such an awesome person and coach. I love her simple running advice and sense of humor. Many of her concepts apply to more than just running. More than once I was listing to the podcast on the way to work and her advice on running totally applied to a situation I was having at work and it helped me move forward. She is the voice I need to hear on the days I am not feeling 100%. I look forward to her podcasts each week (even if I am taking an extended break from running).
Great podcast, great advice and wisdom for a fabulous person, Jill!
Entertaining and motivating
Jill Angie has a great personality that shows on this Podcast. I am very motivated to get out and move, despite not being a typical runners body. Thanks for the encouragement. I look forward to a long relationship of listening while working out.