A show of conversation and news about the love for distance running, Disney, and sometimes where the two meet.
April 2020 - Star Wars Virtual Race/Workout Weekend with Michael Does Disney
Michael Does Disney is the latest guest, talking all about how we and the runDisney community banded together to get through the virtual race weekend during a global pandemic. Conversation goes to amazing things people have done, how we spent our race weekends, and plenty more about coping with our socially distant times.
January 2020 - Being Dopey with Devon Harp
Michael and Devon chat about Walt Disney World Marathon weekend, a first time Dopey, running costumes, extreme heat, and more!
November 2019 - Recapping Wine & Dine with Taylor Armstead
Taylor joins Michael to talk a good bit about Wine & Dine Half Marathon Weekend, holistic fitness, costumes, and more. Stay tuned after the ending chime for 10+ minutes of Disney+ chat, recorded on Disney+ day!
October 2019 - Anticipating Wine & Dine with Matt Mock
A fun New Hampshire evening chat between a clearly exhausted post-Loco Marathon evening Michael and Matt leading us into Wine & Dine Half Marathon Race Week.
August 2019 - Mental Health with Meghan Ferriss
Meghan Ferriss joins Michael to talk pretty intensely and at length about something important to both of them: Mental health and how to manage it. Running and exercise are one of many pieces talked about including what mental health issues can feel like, how people might be able to try to understand it better, how to help those struggling (and how not to!), and some potential ways people can work towards managing it a little better.
May 2019 - REVEL Mt. Charleston Wrapup with Lindsey Funch
New friend Lindsey Funch chats with Michael about meeting at the REVEL Mt. Charleston Marathon, a little Disney running, and goals: shattering them and finding the silver lining in falling short.
runDisney community fun
As a runner who loves all things runDisney, I love listening to the episodes and remembering all the fun from each event. It’s laid back and fun. A great way to enjoy the running community between race weekends!
Sadly, not much info
He’s a little stuck on himself; try’s the humble brag thing, but fails.
Tries to “relate” to the average Disney runner, but can’t help himself from dropping “I’m in corral A” at every opportunity; surprised he hasn’t pulled a shoulder muscle from all the self-congratulatory back patting he does.