Topics Covered In This Episode:
Developing a positive, lifelong relationship with runningAddressing food and body image issuesNavigating puberty, mental health, eating disorders, and the pressures of competitive runningGuest Bio - Elizabeth W. Carey:
Elizabeth Carey is a writer, author, and running coach. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Runner’s World, PodiumRunner, Women’s Running, Trail Runner Magazine, and SKI Magazine, and she is a regular columnist for DyeStat. Her first book, GIRLS RUNNING, co-authored with Melody Fairchild, is available at your local bookstore and online. An endurance coach since 2002, she has experience coaching youth, high school, collegiate, recreational, and master's athletes—including at Oregon State University, Syracuse University, and Steens Mountain Running Camp. She's an assistant cross country and track coach at Garfield High School in Seattle, Washington, and coaches adults virtually. She ran Division I cross country/track for Columbia University and now explores trail and ultra running. With more than 20 years of wide-ranging experience in endurance and outdoor sports, she brings a unique perspective and passion to her work.
Connect With Elizabeth Carey:
Where to find the Girls Running book: https://elizabethwcarey.com/writer-editor/book/where-to-find-the-girls-running-book/
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