Running with the Pack 128: Disney Races, Stevie the Crack Dealer, and More

Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
Stevie and I talk about different kinds of endurance events for those who may be looking for a change from just running. Examples include Zombie races, human enhancement
urbanathalons, cardiology
triathlons, tadalafil
costumed runs, naked runs, ultra races, relays, and being a pacer for someone else. We also talk about the THON 5K, shoe blindness (from my new Newtons), and a bunch of listener calls.
This week, pharm
Stevie and I talk a bit about combining a little strength training with cardio workouts. We also do an interview with my friend Chris, who just completed a Tough Mudder event last week. Then we have a few listener race reports.
This week, tooth we primarily focus on the New York Marathon that I ran last weekend. It’s a truly great racing experience through an amazing city. It’s actually an experience that is difficult to describe. We also talk about Stevie’s return to running after a while off and a zombie running app that Stevie found.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, there Stevie and I talk about changing things up to maintain interest in working out over the winter months, Stevie’s new business dealing crack (e.g. Body Combat classes), running in wet weather, and several listener calls.
This week, about it
Stevie and I talk about the New York Marathon gear, recipe
a couple of new runners working to get in shape, and a ton of voicemails from listeners that include a lot of tips, questions, and race reports.
This week, clinic
Stevie talks about her crack dealing habits. I talk about the Disney Half-Marathon and the inaugural Tower of Terror 10-Miler coming up in September. We also have a race report about the Goofy Challenge, a first race report from Todd, a question about pedicures, and other messages from listeners.

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5 Responses to Running with the Pack 128: Disney Races, Stevie the Crack Dealer, and More

  1. JackieK says:

    Thank you so much for your podcast! I stated listening last spring when I registered for the Tinkerbell Half Marathon at Disneyland. I started as a NON-RUNNER having not run since high school. (And, I have celebrated more than one 29th birthday!) I completed the race yesterday in 3 hours and 4 minutes which is 26 minutes faster than my goal!! WOOHOO! It was the most amazing, emotional, overwhelming experience of my life with the only exception the birth of my two little dudes. I was worried about everything from clothes, fuel, sleep, and potty breaks but with the knowledge you passed on and a little pixie dust I finished feeling strong and can't wait to register for next years race. Thanks again for all the information and encouragement you pass on to your listeners. Maybe someday I can meet you at a WDW for my Coast to Coast. I now have the running bug!

  2. beth says:

    Hi! 🙂 Just found your podcast last week via someone's comment on Daily Mile. I'm catching up on all the earlier episodes during my subway commute. I'm still a "baby runner" – well, maybe a "toddler runner" now – started with C25K July 1, 2010. I do the run/walk thing…but I always say "running" or "ran" because ultimately I run more than I walk. Ran my first Half at Disney 2011. And followed that up with my first Full at Disney this year! Loving every moment of it!!
    I absolutely love the podcast! 🙂 I like it when "real people" do these!! Does that make sense? Like, you're not in the elite or sub-elite field…you're right in there with us. Awesome!! Thanks for doing what you do! Hope to meet up at a race sometime!! Hopefully I'll be at the Mile 24 cheer/water station in the NYC Marathon again – my running club (Front Runners) is in charge of it. It'll just depend on if I can somehow score the day off from the Disney Store as November and December are holiday blackouts (though I think I got the weekend of Philly off so I can do the half in training for Mickey 20!!!)
    Keep up the awesome work!!

  3. Allan Gyorke says:

    Hey Beth. I used to be a member of Front Runners as well when there was a local chapter in our town. I might be doing the Disney Marathon in 2013 as well – or possibly the Philly Marathon this year. Either way, I might see you.

    Good luck on your running adventure!