A running podcast for runners who want practical training, nutrition, and mindset tips that integrate with your busy lifestyle.
The RunBuzz running podcast features expert advice from experienced coaches, fitness experts, trainers, mindset coaches, physical therapists, nutritionists as well as everyday, recreational runners.
Host Steve Carmichael s a USA Track and Field / RRCA certified running coach, health and wellness coach, running club director, and speaker with over 10 years of coaching experience.
Jeff Galloway - Olympian and Founder of the Galloway Run Walk Run Method
I speak with Jeff Galloway, a running legend, Olympian, author, speaker, and founder of the Galloway Run Walk Run method. He founded the first running specialty store known, participated in the 1972 Olympic Games, and is the author of two dozen books. We talk about his early days, the terrorist attack at the Munich Olympics, and how he created his famous Run Walk Run training methodology which has helped millions of runners.
Lani Woods - Obstacle Course Racer, Podcaster and American Ninja Warrior
I speak with obstacle course racer, American Ninja Warrior and podcaster, Lani Woods.
Lani overcame a traumatic knee injury to come back as an American Ninja Warrior contestant on Season 13. We will dig into her past, about how she overcame such a tough injury at a Spartan race, and how she is helping bring endurance sports, and health and wellness to kids as well as the black community overall.
Lani is cohost of the Black With Endurance podcast as well as the Unrelenting Humans podcast.
Building Self-Esteem and Confidence Through Running With Sandra Mikulic
In this episode I speak with Sandra Mikulic, an amazing, inspiring women who has overcome challenges as a heavier runner as well as issues with self-esteem to become a confident runner who is stronger (and healthier) than ever.
In this episode we discuss the challenges she faced and how she used running as a key to overcome her mindset. You will not want to miss this one! Truly Inspiring!
What Is Your Everest? Climbing The Seven Second Summits with Jenn Drummond
As a busy mom of 7, Jenn Drummond is out to set a world record to be the first woman to climb all seven, second summits (the second tallest mountains in each of the seven continents).
In 2018, Jenn was in a near-fatal accident that helped transform her life. Jenn's story is one of grit, perseverance and is inspiring to all who hear it. Jenn shares mindset tips and teaches us to find our "Everest" whatever challenge that may be.
Running The Orient Express With Ultra-adventurer Gavin Boyter
In this episode, I speak with ultra-adventurer Gavin Boyter. Gavin is the first person to run the Orient Express route across Europe. This 2300 mile historic train route runs through eight countries and connects Paris, France to Istanbul, Turkey. We discuss his running journey and his new book, Running The Orient. All this and more coming up on today's episode.
Why I Am Scaling Back Run Coaching And The Future Of RunBuzz
In this episode, I share why I am scaling back my run coaching business and why I am shutting down my PaceBuilders training program. (Don't worry, the podcast and community is not going away).
I talk about some personal reasons that require me to step away as well as the future of RunBuzz. I also talk about the state of the running community and the impact it has had on my decision.
I have found so much helpful advice on this podcast. In episode 154 I felt like Sandra was talking directly to me. I have listened to it twice and will listen many more times. I cannot express how relieved I am that other people struggle with their self image and motivation. I am not alone.
I can't believe I'm a runner. Never very athletic & started slowly at 49 & I'm now 51. Love your informative & fun podcast. Thank you!!
host talks too much
I’m listening to the episode about runners knee and am frustrated that the host will talk for so long sharing some unrelated or peripheral thoughts. Just wanna hear how to take care of my knee! He’s not really sharing useful info - just repeating a less informative version of what the guest said but it takes twice as long