272 episodes

Welcome to the BibRave Podcast, a show about all things running and racing! We cover a random assortment of topics, (almost) all of which relate in some way to running, runners, health, fitness, nutrition, races, and GEAR!

If you like what you hear, please subscribe in iTunes and tell your runner buddies about us. Thanks for listening!

The BibRave Podcast Tim Murphy

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 149 Ratings

Welcome to the BibRave Podcast, a show about all things running and racing! We cover a random assortment of topics, (almost) all of which relate in some way to running, runners, health, fitness, nutrition, races, and GEAR!

If you like what you hear, please subscribe in iTunes and tell your runner buddies about us. Thanks for listening!

    Finale!

    Finale!

    What’s Up, Runners! 
     
    Welp, after five incredible years filled with amazing guests, enlightening conversations, and more fun than we ever thought we’d have, we’ve decided to sunset The BibRave Podcast. Today's episode is #260 and the Grand Finale! 
     
    We originally created the show as a way for BibRave to contribute to the larger conversation around running, hoping to find and connect with new people, stories, and movements. After 260 episodes we feel so blessed to check every one of those boxes several times over. We’ve chatted with some of the biggest names in running, helped elevate stories that were under-represented or under-appreciated, and we’ve learned so much from all of our guests and listeners. Tim, Jess, and all of the rotating cast of characters are so grateful for the time you’ve spent with us in your ears, and we’re going to miss chatting you up through all those miles.
     
    Why are we ending the show? Well, that’s what Episode 260 is all about. Tim and Jess talk about the larger business demands at BibRave, and how it’s truly incumbent upon us to evolve and focus on our growing business needs. As the saying goes, “We can do anything we want, we just can’t do everything we want.”  
     
    Thank you again for being a loyal listener and supporter of The BibRave Podcast. We are so, so appreciative of all the time you’ve given us over the years, and we’ll miss you all. Until we meet again IRL!
     
    Show Notes:
    Episode 251: Chris Mosier and Transathlete Rights Episode 240: Seeing the Unseen – Native Women Running with Verna Volker Essentialism Follow Team BibRave on social! Tim: IG, TW  Jess: IG, TW
     
    For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!   
    If you want more from the BibRave running community, check out our race review page at BibRave.com or follow us on Twitter @BibRave.

    • 38 min
    Understanding Pandemic Flux Syndrome

    Understanding Pandemic Flux Syndrome

    What’s Up, Runners! 
     
    Here’s the latest episode of The BibRave Podcast, featuring long-time guest and our leading source for improved mental health, Dr. Justin Ross! 
     
    Dr. Ross is a clinical psychologist specializing in health and wellness psychology, human performance, and sport psychology. He’s a regular on The BibRave Podcast and has been the star of some of our favorite episodes. 
     
    Today, Tim and Jess talk with Dr. Ross about Pandemic Flux Syndrome - the phenomenon we’re all experiencing the features starkly different sets and ranges and types of feelings — dulled emotions followed by anxiety and depressive spikes, the need to drastically change something about our lives, basically a teeter-totter of emotions. 
     
    Dr. Ross helps us define and control the negative elements of Pandemic Flux Syndrome, providing interesting points of reflection and action items to take control of our minds and emotions.
     
    This episode is sponsored by and features a really cool interview with the Founder of MANTRA Labs, Paul Janowitz. MANTRA Labs is a Texas-based nutrition brand with a social mission to improve mental health resources. MANTRA Labs hydrates better with an industry-leading 1,200+ mg of 6 electrolytes (natural oceanic electrolytes, marine minerals and vitamins) but NO sugar and nothing artificial. 
     
    Listen to the end to hear Jess chat with Paul about MANTRA Labs as a company and sports supplement brand. As Jess and Tim discuss in the intro, MANTRA Labs has some pretty powerful options in their nutritional arsenal, so definitely check them out for your hydration, sleep, or energy needs!

    • 1 hr 22 min
    #258: Sunshine & Good Vibes - Knockaround Founder, Adam Moyer

    #258: Sunshine & Good Vibes - Knockaround Founder, Adam Moyer

    What’s Up, Runners! 
     
    We’re stoked to bring you the latest episode of The BibRave Podcast, featuring Knockaround Founder, Adam “Ace” Moyer! 
     
    In a How I Built This-styled episode, Tim chats with Ace and Liam Norman (leading voice of the brand) about the company's founding over 15 years ago and what makes the brand tick. It’s a delightful convo featuring two really thoughtful but laid-back guys who are clearly working exactly where they should be.  
     
    Founded in 2005 when Ace was studying visual arts at UC-San Diego, Knockaround started from humble yet inspiring beginnings, eventually becoming a multi-million dollar lifestyle brand and business. If you’re into start-up success stories or just learning more about how a brand grows and lives and breathes, you’ll love this episode. 
     
    😎😎 Listeners to the podcast can use code “BRKnocks3” for 20% off! (one-time use only) 
     
    Get shoppin’ at Knockaround.com 😎😎
     
    For a deeper podcast dive, check out this week’s show notes 📝! And if you enjoyed this episode, we’d love it if you could leave us a review on iTunes!
     
    Want to join the podcast conversation? Message us on social - Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook - and don’t forget to use the hashtags #BibChat & #BRPodcast! 
     
    Show Notes:
    More About Knockaround Adam “Ace” Moyer LinkedIn Insta Liam Norman LinkedIn Insta Who Moved My Cheese? Tribe of Mentors “Comparison is the thief of joy.”  Follow Team BibRave on social! Tim: IG, TW 
     
    For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, 🎶 that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!   
     
    If you like what you hear and want to get more, please subscribe in iTunes and leave a review. That pleases our overlords at iTunes... 😉
     
    If you want more from the BibRave running community, check out our race review page at BibRave.com or follow us on Twitter @BibRave.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    #257: Vegan? Vegetarian? Do We Need to Choose?

    #257: Vegan? Vegetarian? Do We Need to Choose?

    What’s Up, Runners! 
    For this week’s episode of The BibRave Podcast, we’re bringing back our resident dietician and badass runner extraordinaire, Katie Hynes!! 
    Tim, Jess, and Katie talk about a lot of diet-related issues, but they really focus on vegan and vegetarian diets. There are a lot of misconceptions about each, both positive and negative, and the three talk through the nuances of how each diet can work for runners. And for all the omnivores out there (like Tim & Jess), there’s a lot of great overall nutrition advice too! 
    They discuss why Katie had been vegan for so long but is now “flexitarian,” where most vegans and vegetarians get their protein, and the importance of complete proteins, specific protein powders, leucine, and other key nutrients.
    For a deeper podcast dive, check out this week’s show notes 📝! And if you enjoyed this episode, we would love it if you could leave us a review on iTunes!
    Want to join the podcast conversation? Message us on social - Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook - and don’t forget to use the hashtags #BibChat & #BRPodcast! 
    Show Notes:
    Katie Hynes LinkedIn Katie on The BibRave Podcast Before & After The Olympic Trials with Katie Hynes Girl Gangs and Eating FOMO Mastering Fuel and Hydration for your upcoming Half or Full Marathon Siggi’s  Leucine The BibRave Podcast Supplements Episode Orgain Follow Team BibRave on social! Jess: IG, TW Tim: IG, TW 
    For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, 🎶 that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!   
    If you like what you hear and want to get more, please subscribe in iTunes and leave a review. That pleases our overlords at iTunes... 😉
    If you want more from the BibRave running community, check out our race review page at BibRave.com or follow us on Twitter @BibRave.

    • 57 min
    #256: Behind the Scenes of the Weirdest Olympics Ever

    #256: Behind the Scenes of the Weirdest Olympics Ever

    What’s Up, Runners! 
     
    We have such a fun and interesting episode of The BibRave Podcast that we decided to give it to you early! Tim and Jess are talking with Jay Holder, recently back from the Tokyo Olympics where he worked as Deputy Venue Media Manager for the Olympic Stadium. In this episode, Jay gives us the inside scoop on what can only be called the weirdest Olympics ever!
     
    Jay’s duties in Tokyo covered everything from building out press operations (for all Athletics competition as well as Opening/Closing Ceremonies), coordinating press seats for each Athletics competition, moderating all post-competition medal press conferences, and so much more! Jay also works as Marketing and Communications Director for the Atlanta Track Club, so his experience and skills were perfectly suited to support the Olympics in a COVID world.
     
    Jay’s high-level role in coordinating media and athlete interviews throughout the Tokyo Olympics gave him the perfect access to all of the best “behind the scenes” stories. He was in Tokyo for 9 weeks total, the first 16 days of which were under an extremely strict quarantine. Jay did an amazing job sharing his experience in real time via his Instagram account, and we’re thrilled that he was able to chat with us to share more details! If you love the Olympics, you are definitely going to want to give this one a listen! 
     
    This week’s episode is sponsored by Athletic Brewing - your new fav non-alcoholic beer! As runners, we love to plan our long runs on the weekends… but we’d also like to enjoy a cold one or two! Check out their numerous options, get FREE shipping on two six-packs or more, and use code “BIBRAVE15” for 15% off at checkout! 
     
    This week’s episode is also sponsored by A Runner’s High by Dean Karnazes. In his latest memoir, ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes chronicles his extraordinary adventures leading up to his return to the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run in his mid-fifties after first completing the race decades ago. You can purchase his book here or at your local bookstore.
     
    For a deeper podcast dive, check out this week’s show notes 📝! And if you enjoyed this episode, we would love it if you could leave us a review on iTunes!
     
    Want to join the podcast conversation? Message us on social - Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook - and don’t forget to use the hashtags #BibChat & #BRPodcast! 
     
    Show Notes:
    Jay Holder LinkedIn IG Sponsors Athletic Brewing - use code “BIBRAVE15” for 15% off A Runner's High - My Life in Motion by Dean Karnazes Atlanta Track Club Erin Strout on The BibRave Podcast TCS New York City Marathon Follow Team BibRave on social! Jess: IG, TW Tim: IG, TW 
     
    For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, 🎶 that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!   
    If you like what you hear and want to get more, please subscribe in iTunes and leave a review. That pleases our overlords at iTunes... 😉
    If you want more from the BibRave running community, check out our race review page at BibRave.com or follow us on Twitter @BibRave.

    • 1 hr
    #255: Jared Ward’s Take on the Tokyo Olympics

    #255: Jared Ward’s Take on the Tokyo Olympics

    What’s Up, Runners! 
     
    Big episode of The BibRave Podcast for you this week as we roll into coverage of the Tokyo Olympic Marathon. The women and men race next Saturday and Sunday respectively, so we brought on baller-Olympian, Jared Ward, for some insight and analysis! 
     
    As a quick refresher, Jared represented Team USA at the Rio Olympics in 2016. He absolutely crushed it on race day and finished 6th - a spectacular showing and an amazing moment in his career! Tim and Jared talk about Tokyo, what runners can expect from being at the Olympics, how the Olympics differ from a Major Marathon, the weather in Sapporo, the field and whom to watch, the course, and more! 
     
    For a deeper podcast dive, check out this week’s show notes 📝! And if you enjoyed this episode, we would love it if you could leave us a review on iTunes!
     
    Want to join the podcast conversation? Message us on social - Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook - and don’t forget to use the hashtags #BibChat & #BRPodcast! 
     
    Show Notes:
    Jared Ward Episode 192: Jared Ward Talks About Everything IG, TW Sponsors:  Ultima Replenisher - Receive 20% off when you sign up for the newsletter Athletic Brewing - use code “BIBRAVE15” for 15% off A Runner's High - My Life in Motion by Dean Karnazes Crio Bru Let’s Run World Athletics Podium Runner Mag STRAVA Follow Team BibRave on social! Jess: IG, TW Tim: IG, TW 
     
    For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, 🎶 that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!   
    If you like what you hear and want to get more, please subscribe in iTunes and leave a review. That pleases our overlords at iTunes... 😉
    If you want more from the BibRave running community, check out our race review page at BibRave.com or follow us on Twitter @BibRave.

    • 1 hr 10 min

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4.8 out of 5
149 Ratings

149 Ratings

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A running pod for everyone

Not only a great running podcast, but a great podcast all around. The team keeps every episode fresh with insights from all around the running ecosystem, including topics you wouldn’t expect (seriously listen to the burro racing episode!) and does a lot to demystify the things about running that felt intimidating as a beginner. I do a lot of solo runs, so on easy days I love to throw on the BibRave pod instead of music since it feels like an honest chat with friends.

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