TTR #44: Accept No Limitations

Louise Landry is nothing short of inspirations as we talk about how she will accept no limitations. At age 56, a stroke survivor and more active than people half her age, Louise continues to push her limits and inspire those around her. Louise has been a part of Monthly Membership since is started over a year ago (at the time of this post/recording) and has been with us for whole food detoxes before hand. Along with workouts throughout the week, weekly yoga and NIA classes Louise stays a...
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TTR #43: Leoni Kelly World Championship Triathlon Training

I am blessed to be a happily married wife, mother of 3 children , physician and triathlete. I truly believe exercise is medicine. Exercise and my faith has carried me through very deep valleys in my life. In combination with healthy eating, exercise is the best life insurance you can buy for yourself. It has become a priority in my life, over a perfectly clean house and up to date laundry. Everyone can achieve huge goals in life by sticking to a plan and doing a little bit every d...
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TTR #42: Dean Kroetsch Boston Marathon Experience

Dean Kroetsch is in his Mid-fifties, happily married father of four, grandfather of one J. Active all my life in recreational sports but I don’t really consider myself an “athlete”. I do take pride in being in it for “the long run”; married to the same beautiful woman for 32 years. I’ve worked for the same company and career for over 36 years. And I run long distance races fundraising for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada through Team In Training.​​​I ran some cross country when I...
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TTR #41: Kathrine Switzer Marathon Woman

Kathrine Switzer has long been one of running’s most iconic figures. But when she was inducted into the U.S.A. National Women’s Hall of Fame, it was not just for breaking barriers being the first female to finish the Boston Marathon, or last woman to win the NYC Marathon, but also for creating positive global social change. Because of her, millions of women are now empowered by the simple act of running.
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TTR #40: Running for a Purpose

Listen to Dorothy as she talks about the importance of running with a purpose. After her friend and running partner passed away she decided to start a campaign called Running for Rozina where Dorothy plans to raise money for the Children’s Hospital art program. More details in the show from her training program to recovery, addressing post goal depression and more.
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TTR #39: Faye Stenning Pro Spartan Racer

Faye Stenning is a professional Spartan racer. She finished 2nd in 2016 US Championship Series and 3rd at 2016 Spartan World Championships. Faye Stenning OCR talks about grueling workouts, her no excuse attitude and tips and motivation as well to help you get to and through your own workouts! Episode Notes    Past athletic history,   Training and nutrition,   What it takes to be at this level,   Balancing training with other life demands,...
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TTR #38: Santiago Rodriguez

Santi Rodriguez is a seminarian at the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, TX. He has a bachelor's degree in Theology and Philosophy, a master's in Social and Political Thought, and a master's in Spiritual Formation and Soul Care. He has worked as spiritual director, retreat director, and a chaplain in an ICU unit. Currently, he is completing a master's in divinity, as he prepares for ordination next summer. A native of Colombia, Rodriguez called Canada home for 14 yea...
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TTR #37: Finish the Race Attitude

Martin Parnell is author of the book, MARATHON QUEST and speaks on having a “Finish the Race Attitude – Overcoming Obstacles to Achieve Your Full Potential”. Martin has written for, or been covered by CNN, BBC, CBC, The Huffington Post, The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Runners World, Men’s Journal, Canadian Business, and Maclean’s. In a five year period, from 2010 to 2014, Martin completed 10 extreme endurance “Quests” including running 250 marathons in one year and raising $1.3m ...
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TTR #36: Rod Dixon and KiDSMARATHON

For over 15 years, Rod Dixon was among the world’s best middle distance runners, winning medals at the Olympics, World Cross Country Championships, 1500 meter Champion of the United States, France, Great Britain & New Zealand, and Champion of the 1983 New York City Marathon. What Rod experienced and remembered most as a boy, a visit from Sir Edmund Hillary to his school, that visit instilled Inspiration, Empowered Rod Dixon to Achieve success in running the hills and trails outside o...
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TTR #35: Iron Girl Nadia on Finishing Strong

Native from Los Angeles, Nadia Ruiz is an educator, coach, and speaker aiming to make a change in her community by motivating and inspiring individuals of all backgrounds to achieve their goals. Nadia's fitness journey began when she stepped on the start line to her first marathon at the age of 14. Crossing the finish line with her father for the first time transformed her and she fell in love with the sport. Twenty-two years later, she has completed 145 marathons with 75 Boston Qu...
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