55 min

RUNNING THROUGH: Adrianne Haslet, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor Hurdle

    • Health & Fitness

Welcome to RUNNING THROUGH, a 5-day series on Hurdle showcasing stories of women who used running to get through tough life #hurdlemoments. You guys know the deal: Here on the show, I’m dedicated to bringing Hurdlers content that encompasses all aspects of wellness. Still, running holds a special place in my heart. While I originally leaned into running as a weight loss tool back in college, it’s turned into a passion of mine, helping me get through some of my biggest hurdle moments and connect on a deeper level with so many. 

This week, in celebration of Global Running Day, we'll get vulnerable talking about tough topics like loss and grief, depression and postpartum depression, and how running and sport has helped them persevere, rediscover their self worth, and put on a brave face. For today's episode I'm chatting with Adrianne Haslet, Boston Marathon Bombing survivor. 

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@adriannahaslet
@emilyabbate
@hurdlepodcast

OFFERS
TRACKSMITH | Use code HURDLE22 at Tracksmith.com to donate 5% of your purchase to Everytown and get free shipping

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SIGN UP: Weekly Hurdle Newsletter

ASK ME A QUESTION: Leave me a voice message, ask me a question, and it could be featured in an upcoming episode!


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Welcome to RUNNING THROUGH, a 5-day series on Hurdle showcasing stories of women who used running to get through tough life #hurdlemoments. You guys know the deal: Here on the show, I’m dedicated to bringing Hurdlers content that encompasses all aspects of wellness. Still, running holds a special place in my heart. While I originally leaned into running as a weight loss tool back in college, it’s turned into a passion of mine, helping me get through some of my biggest hurdle moments and connect on a deeper level with so many. 

This week, in celebration of Global Running Day, we'll get vulnerable talking about tough topics like loss and grief, depression and postpartum depression, and how running and sport has helped them persevere, rediscover their self worth, and put on a brave face. For today's episode I'm chatting with Adrianne Haslet, Boston Marathon Bombing survivor. 

SOCIAL
@adriannahaslet
@emilyabbate
@hurdlepodcast

OFFERS
TRACKSMITH | Use code HURDLE22 at Tracksmith.com to donate 5% of your purchase to Everytown and get free shipping

JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP

SIGN UP: Weekly Hurdle Newsletter

ASK ME A QUESTION: Leave me a voice message, ask me a question, and it could be featured in an upcoming episode!


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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message

55 min