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The Running for Real Podcast

Tina Muir

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The Running for Real Podcast
The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

Tina Muir

24
Followers
34
Plays
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Who can I trust for the best running tips? How do I make myself mentally tougher? How do I stop comparing myself to other runners, and instead, build my confidence? And of course, How can I get faster while also enjoying my running more? Welcome to The Running For Real Podcast where we will answer these questions and many more! Every week, 2:36 marathon runner and mom Tina Muir will bring you sports psychologists, doctors, scientists, dietitians, elite runners, strength training coaches, running form experts, and of course, everyday runners with inspiring stories to motivate you and help YOU run YOUR best! Tina shares tangible tips and hacks that she used to reach her potential as a runner and build that runner grit to be your best. Along with sharing her best kept secrets, and postpartum journey, she interviews the best in the industry (Kara Goucher, Dean Karnazes, Dr. Rich Willy, Sally Bergesen, Manal Rostom, Chrissie Wellington, Jared Ward and many more) who will share their best advice and be real with you in a way you have never heard before. With over a million downloads and counting, the Running For Real Community is getting bigger every day. It is YOUR TURN to hear from the experts, get inspired, and reach your biggest goals. Ready? Let’s get started my friend!

Latest Episodes

Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani: Celebrate Body Diversity

It seems that we should know by now to celebrate body diversity but how come it seems we still struggle with it? Well, one of my favorite people Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani, who specializes in disordered eating, speaks so much truth on this subject. She speaks on the reality of food and just how capable our bodies actually are. She has really great insight which has helped me with my relationship with food tremendously.

66 MIN21 h ago
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Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani: Celebrate Body Diversity

Jeff Warren: Meditation Is The Practice of Being Human

There are many reasons for someone to start running, but we all know one thing. It makes us better. Bestselling author, Jeff Warren speaks about the power of meditation, how sometimes instead of just powering through life, we NEED to just stop and be still, listen to the thoughts in our minds. This episode covers HOW to meditate, and how we can improve as people by adding this simple practice.

73 MIN1 w ago
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Jeff Warren: Meditation Is The Practice of Being Human

BONUS NYC UCAN Live Show: Emily Abbate, Angie Spencer, and Carrie Tollefson

Here in the second bonus episode that is the LIVE show I had the opportunity to host over New York Marathon weekend. It is basically just a lovely chat about our thoughts and stories on our marathon experiences with Emily Abbate, Angie Spencer and Carrie Tollefson. These subjects can apply to anyone who are starting to run or who are about to accomplish their 50th marathon. Thank you to Generation UCAN for the opportunity in putting this amazing conversation together.

70 MIN1 w ago
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BONUS NYC UCAN Live Show: Emily Abbate, Angie Spencer, and Carrie Tollefson

BONUS NYRR Live: Jonathan Fader and Deena Kastor - Be Your Own Cheerleader Everyday

Join Deena Kastor and Dr. Jonathan Fader for a pre-race sports psychology class. Giving you practical tips on nerves and protecting yourself from the pre-race self doubt. We also tackle ways to get through a tough patch in the race, both Fader and Deena have experience and wisdom in this area. For the final 15 minutes, special guest, Kubra, from Free To Run Afghanistan joins the chat for a mini talk on gratitude and mental fortitude. Thanks to NYRR for the opportunity to have a special conversation.

51 MIN1 w ago
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BONUS NYRR Live: Jonathan Fader and Deena Kastor - Be Your Own Cheerleader Everyday

Ali Butler Glenesk: Find Your Confidence Spark

Are there barriers in your running or life which may be holding you back? Why? Just becuase you see yourself as a middle or back of the pack runner? So you don't deserve to take on a new and crazy challenge for fear of failing? So what?! That is what Ali Butler decided to do, she wanted to run the whole state of California just because she could. Did she succeed? I would say yes, but in a different way.

51 MIN2 w ago
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Ali Butler Glenesk: Find Your Confidence Spark

Shannon Osika: Taking Down The Mental Barrier Takes Down The Physical Barrier

In her first podcast interview, Shannon Osika shows her strengths, weaknesses, and wonderful personality. This 1500m runner has improved steadily over her years as a professional athlete, and recently ran a 4:01 in the 1500m. Shannon shared her struggles as a teenager in a changing body, and why she thinks doing things you love outside of running is so important to long term happiness.

55 MIN3 w ago
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Shannon Osika: Taking Down The Mental Barrier Takes Down The Physical Barrier

Mirna Valerio: If You Want To Learn How Your Body Works, You Gotta Use It

Mirna Valerio is one of the greatest role models for life. The Mirvinator knows how important it is to believe in your strengths, to surround yourself with people who make you feel good, and stay true to who you are. Mirna calls herself a fat runner, and is totally okay with that, she is confident in what her body can do, and is able to remove the power from criticism of those who disagree with the way she lives her life. We all need the Mirvinator in our lives!

73 MINOCT 18
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Mirna Valerio: If You Want To Learn How Your Body Works, You Gotta Use It

Beyond Running: Menopause with Stacy Sims

Here is another great subject in the Beyond Running Series, speaking on Menopause. This is definitely a subject that doesn't get talked about too often and I want to change this mindset. With Dr. Stacy Sims, we were able to have a great and open conversation about Menopause. In order to help loved ones or maybe yourself to ease your way in this stage of life.

50 MINOCT 14
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Beyond Running: Menopause with Stacy Sims

Dean Karnazes: Running For Good

Ultramarathon Man Dean Karnazes always has an exciting story to share with us, his latest adventure or running for real moment he has struggled his way through. This time though, Dean is here to share about amazing stories of others who have shared part of their journey, but have touched Dean's heart (and will certainly touch yours) with their compassion, love, and strength.

65 MINOCT 11
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Dean Karnazes: Running For Good

Beyond Running: Asthma and Breathing Problems with Dr John Dickinson

With rising pollution levels, droughts, and harsher climates, asthma and breathing problems are more common than ever, it can make running in the summer or dry air almost impossible. Dr John Dickinson, a respiratory physiologist is here to help those who do struggle to breathe when exercising.

50 MINOCT 7
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Beyond Running: Asthma and Breathing Problems with Dr John Dickinson

Latest Episodes

Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani: Celebrate Body Diversity

It seems that we should know by now to celebrate body diversity but how come it seems we still struggle with it? Well, one of my favorite people Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani, who specializes in disordered eating, speaks so much truth on this subject. She speaks on the reality of food and just how capable our bodies actually are. She has really great insight which has helped me with my relationship with food tremendously.

66 MIN21 h ago
Comments
Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani: Celebrate Body Diversity

Jeff Warren: Meditation Is The Practice of Being Human

There are many reasons for someone to start running, but we all know one thing. It makes us better. Bestselling author, Jeff Warren speaks about the power of meditation, how sometimes instead of just powering through life, we NEED to just stop and be still, listen to the thoughts in our minds. This episode covers HOW to meditate, and how we can improve as people by adding this simple practice.

73 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Jeff Warren: Meditation Is The Practice of Being Human

BONUS NYC UCAN Live Show: Emily Abbate, Angie Spencer, and Carrie Tollefson

Here in the second bonus episode that is the LIVE show I had the opportunity to host over New York Marathon weekend. It is basically just a lovely chat about our thoughts and stories on our marathon experiences with Emily Abbate, Angie Spencer and Carrie Tollefson. These subjects can apply to anyone who are starting to run or who are about to accomplish their 50th marathon. Thank you to Generation UCAN for the opportunity in putting this amazing conversation together.

70 MIN1 w ago
Comments
BONUS NYC UCAN Live Show: Emily Abbate, Angie Spencer, and Carrie Tollefson

BONUS NYRR Live: Jonathan Fader and Deena Kastor - Be Your Own Cheerleader Everyday

Join Deena Kastor and Dr. Jonathan Fader for a pre-race sports psychology class. Giving you practical tips on nerves and protecting yourself from the pre-race self doubt. We also tackle ways to get through a tough patch in the race, both Fader and Deena have experience and wisdom in this area. For the final 15 minutes, special guest, Kubra, from Free To Run Afghanistan joins the chat for a mini talk on gratitude and mental fortitude. Thanks to NYRR for the opportunity to have a special conversation.

51 MIN1 w ago
Comments
BONUS NYRR Live: Jonathan Fader and Deena Kastor - Be Your Own Cheerleader Everyday

Ali Butler Glenesk: Find Your Confidence Spark

Are there barriers in your running or life which may be holding you back? Why? Just becuase you see yourself as a middle or back of the pack runner? So you don't deserve to take on a new and crazy challenge for fear of failing? So what?! That is what Ali Butler decided to do, she wanted to run the whole state of California just because she could. Did she succeed? I would say yes, but in a different way.

51 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Ali Butler Glenesk: Find Your Confidence Spark

Shannon Osika: Taking Down The Mental Barrier Takes Down The Physical Barrier

In her first podcast interview, Shannon Osika shows her strengths, weaknesses, and wonderful personality. This 1500m runner has improved steadily over her years as a professional athlete, and recently ran a 4:01 in the 1500m. Shannon shared her struggles as a teenager in a changing body, and why she thinks doing things you love outside of running is so important to long term happiness.

55 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Shannon Osika: Taking Down The Mental Barrier Takes Down The Physical Barrier

Mirna Valerio: If You Want To Learn How Your Body Works, You Gotta Use It

Mirna Valerio is one of the greatest role models for life. The Mirvinator knows how important it is to believe in your strengths, to surround yourself with people who make you feel good, and stay true to who you are. Mirna calls herself a fat runner, and is totally okay with that, she is confident in what her body can do, and is able to remove the power from criticism of those who disagree with the way she lives her life. We all need the Mirvinator in our lives!

73 MINOCT 18
Comments
Mirna Valerio: If You Want To Learn How Your Body Works, You Gotta Use It

Beyond Running: Menopause with Stacy Sims

Here is another great subject in the Beyond Running Series, speaking on Menopause. This is definitely a subject that doesn't get talked about too often and I want to change this mindset. With Dr. Stacy Sims, we were able to have a great and open conversation about Menopause. In order to help loved ones or maybe yourself to ease your way in this stage of life.

50 MINOCT 14
Comments
Beyond Running: Menopause with Stacy Sims

Dean Karnazes: Running For Good

Ultramarathon Man Dean Karnazes always has an exciting story to share with us, his latest adventure or running for real moment he has struggled his way through. This time though, Dean is here to share about amazing stories of others who have shared part of their journey, but have touched Dean's heart (and will certainly touch yours) with their compassion, love, and strength.

65 MINOCT 11
Comments
Dean Karnazes: Running For Good

Beyond Running: Asthma and Breathing Problems with Dr John Dickinson

With rising pollution levels, droughts, and harsher climates, asthma and breathing problems are more common than ever, it can make running in the summer or dry air almost impossible. Dr John Dickinson, a respiratory physiologist is here to help those who do struggle to breathe when exercising.

50 MINOCT 7
Comments
Beyond Running: Asthma and Breathing Problems with Dr John Dickinson
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