Six Minute Mile Podcast is bringing you news, ideas, inspirational stories, and special deals for runners and fitness enthusiasts. We are athletes ourselves. Runners, CrossFitters, Barry’s Boot Campers, skiers, cyclists, and mud racers. We like to sweat. If you’re reading this right now, the odds are pretty good that you do too. Let’s have some fun together.
Fitz Koehler - Author, Breast Cancer Survivor, Fitness Innovator, Race Announcer, Athlete, Kickboxer
Fitz is a high energy race announcer and fitness instructor. She has a personal goal of adding 10 years of life expectancy to everyone she meets. Fitz talks to us about how she discovered she had breast cancer, the action she took, and the schedule she kept during treatment and recovery. Her book My Noisy Cancer Comeback is a must-read for anyone going through cancer treatment.
Brodie Sharpe - Physiotherapist and owner of Breakthrough Running Clinic, Running coach and host of Run Smarter Podcast
Most runners, at some point in their life, will experience an injury or two. Brodie is on a one-man mission to eliminate and prevent the most common running injuries. Brodie has simplified the complex reasons that most running injuries occur and debunks the myth that injuries are from a lack of stretching. Brodie breaks down running misconceptions and brings clarity to every injured runner.
Courtney Dauwalter - 2018 Ultra Runner of the Year, 2019 Mont Blanc Ultra Trail winner, 2020 Big's Backyard Ultra Winner
Courtney talks to us about her Nordic skiing competitions and how she transitioned into running marathons and then ultramarathons, after her collegiate skiing ended. She is the winner of the 2017 Moab 240, beating the 2nd place person by 10 hours. Courtney holds a course record Javelina Jundred 100K and won the Run Rabbit Run 100-mile race. She was named Ultra Runner of the year in 2018, then went onto win the Mont Blanc Trail Ultra in 2019 and Big's Backyard Ultra in 2020.
Bill Rodgers - "Boston Billy", former Olympian, former marathon record holder and winner of three straight Boston Marathons
Bill Rodgers sits down with us and talks about his early days of running at Newington High School and Wesleyan University. What inspired him, at a young age, to be active and fit. He describes a time in his life when he stepped away from running and then returned to running in a big way. Bill talks about the training involved to win four Boston Marathons and four New York City Marathons.
Jeff Galloway - Olympian, author, lifetime runner
Jeff Galloway, a 1972 Olympian in the 10K, talks to us the 1972 Olympic time trials, when he paced his friend to qualify for the Olympics. He shares with us the value of the Run-Walk-Run method and how he created it. Jeff is also the author of Galloway's Book on Running - the quintessential book on the art and science of running, and Running Until You're 100. Listen to hear Jeff's running stories.
Lisah Hamilton - The Conscious Runner, Athlete, Coach, Author
Lisah is an accomplish collegiate swimmer that transitioned to running, and then became a running coach and injury prevention specialist. A deep thinking, mindful runner and coach, Lisah reminds us that we need to address our running goals with a holistic approach.
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I have been a runner for many years and have had some success in races over the years and have had lots of advice given to me along the way, but I still am able to learn new tips from this podcast. Great guests with interesting topics and the host is very engaging and a great interviewer.