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 #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 #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 #26: From Collegiate Basketball to Marathon Runner

From Collegiate Basketball to Marathon Runner
Jacob and his family have a farm that grows cranberries, tart cherries, highbush blueberries, raspberries and black currants in beautiful Point Prim, Prince Edward Island. They also own and operate a tile drainage company that installs agricultural land drainage in New Brunswick and in PEI, and Jacob works with his father on both operations. As a former basketball player, he had an invitation-only tryout for Team Canada's National Cadet squad with two future #1 overall NBA draft picks in th...
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TTR #20: Setting Goals for Success

Setting Goals for Success
In this show Dorothy interviews Drew Taddia, on how to find success. How he was able to start a radio show, create podcasts and be part of a running community. In this show they talk about setting goals, creating a plan and living inspired. Follow along to learn how you can set and achieve goals yourself!
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TTR #13: Accepting a life changing challenge

Brian Cerier lives in Torrance with his wife, Kelly, and dog, Zoey. Originally from the suburbs of Chicago, Brian made the move across the country after graduating from college and started working as a systems engineer in the Aerospace industry. Since moving out to the South Bay he started working in security engineering and will soon be starting a new position at a tech startup in El Segundo. Brian decided to start running when the best man in his wedding challenged their close group ...
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