February 21st, 2020 | 55 mins 29 secs
In this episode of the podcast, Krissy Moehl flies in to an undisclosed location deep in the heart of Brighton, NY to have a fireside chat. (originally recorded Feb 21, 2020)
January 2nd, 2020 | 1 hr 38 mins
Melissa Johnson-White races into the studio to talk about getting back into competing. Melissa is a 6-time world team member for Hansons-Brooks, representing 13 marathons total. AND, Melissa just qualified for her 5th Olympic Trials!
Melissa never ran in High School, but then she walked on to the SUNY Geneseo Cross Country Team and then after her time at Geneseo, she moved to Michigan to run for the Hansons-Brooks Distance Project.
November 17th, 2019 | 1 hr 16 mins
Jon Griffiths squeezes us into his busy schedule to discuss his recent Marine Corp Marathon, how he finds time to run between being a full-time Rochester Firefighter and a store owner, and just how he sees the Rochester Running Community growing and coming together in the next year.
October 20th, 2019 | 1 hr 25 mins
In this episode, I make the trip to Ithaca to see Ellie Pell in her natural habitat. We talk about her amazing 2019; Placing Top Woman in Buffalo Marathon and Many on The Genny, Winning Green Lakes 50k and Watergap 50k outright and then capping it all off with a 2:41 at Hartford Marathon which qualified her for the US Olympic Team Trials in Atlanta.
October 4th, 2019 | 1 hr 16 mins
community, new york, rochester, run, running, stories, trail running, trails, trailsroc, ultra
Shea Coleman walks into the studio as if she didn’t even recently do a hundred miler. Shea recently completed Mighty Mosquito 99 (with the extra bonus mile) and so we are going to chat a bit about that as well as being a volunteer extraordinaire and her exciting plans for multisport events.
September 24th, 2019 | 1 hr 26 mins
gdr, ultra, utmb
Rob Richard makes the long trip in from Little Falls, NY to share some stories of learning and finding perspective in running. Rob Richard is a life-long runner who lives in the charming city of Little Falls, NY. He ran his first ultra marathon in 2015 and has since finished over twenty endurance races, including the Bear 100, the Georgia Death Race (four times), the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc (UTMB), and a first-place finish at The Endurance Society "Infinitus" 100-miler. Last year, he successfully completed a winter crossing of the Great Range Traverse in the High Peaks of the Adirondacks. Rob is the captain of a running club he founded, the "Rock City Runners," and he's very active in his community, serving on the boards of two non-profits as well as two City boards.
September 11th, 2019 | 1 hr 22 mins
Josh Rossi strongarms his way into the studio to talk about the importance of well… strength in running. For years, Josh has run a program called Muscles for Mileage… and now he is working out of his own gym Pursuit Performance. Josh thinks a lot about running and makes his opinions known about the need for more strength and conditioning in the running world.
August 15th, 2019 | 1 hr 21 mins
Nate Huckle makes his way down the Thruway to chat about such things as racing, Muddy Sneaker, Oil Creek, Twisted Branch, coaching, mentoring, pacing, volunteering and anything that might come up...
Nate has been a great friend, coach, and mentor to many people in the running community and constantly finds opportunities to give back and provide a positive influence where ever he may find himself, so I’m really happy to have him on the podcast to share some of his stories.
July 29th, 2019 | 22 mins 5 secs
In this episode, Jennifer Belliveau comes back home to visit some family, hits up a trail for a quick run and pops into the studio to talk about running. Jennifer grew up in Rochester, but now lives down in Long Island and runs the New York Road Runner (NYRR) races with her running friends.
July 28th, 2019 | 10 mins 10 secs
Hello and Welcome to the CoolDown, the special aftershow content for supporters of the Running Inside Out Podcast on Patreon. This is a sample of the stuff you can get on the exclusive supporter feed of the podcast. If you like it, consider contributing on Patreon!
July 28th, 2019 | 1 hr 21 mins
Jeff Beck calls in from way out in Oklahoma City to share some stories from racing throughout Rochester back in his High School and college days and what he is up to now with coaching a new crop of runners and starting a family in Oklahoma.
Now some of the newer runners may not know Jeff, but then again some of you may have heard the name and said, "Wait, Isn't that the guy who has the Muddy Sneaker course record with something like an hour and 19 minutes?" Or "Wait, is that the guy that used to race Zach Rivers all over the city?", you'd be correct. So we're going to go back about 10 years or so and let recount some of the tales from his Rochester youth. And maybe we'll even hear a bit about his fabled rivalry with Zach while we're at it...
July 14th, 2019 | 55 mins 31 secs
Brooke Smith ambles into the studio to talk about all the usual stories about loving trail running, eating disorder recovery, quitting dieting, and making a decision to stop trying to change her body and instead run as far/fast as she can in the body that she has. As well as talking about her previous Twisted Branch, her upcoming Twisted Branch yoga and anything else that comes up.
July 4th, 2019 | 1 hr 43 mins
Despite the odds, the Earth has made it around the sun again and so it is time for Mike Welden to visit the studio. I wasn't sure what Mike had in store when he called me. In the end, it turned out it wasn't anything to be afraid of; a little bit of running, a couple of laughs and good chat with a great person. Mike and I talk a little bit about Many On the Genny, Twisted Branch, and what it might look like if we all started being a bit more human to each other. As with most episodes featuring MIke, the language gets a little saucy, so keep away from sensitive ears if that isn't your thing.
May 19th, 2019 | 29 mins 15 secs
Calli ran as a member of the University of New Mexico Lobos. She is from Sheffield, UK and stopped by Rochester to run a 4:59 in the 2019 Rochester Mile. She likes Breakfast Burritos. 🌯
May 13th, 2019 | 1 hr 19 mins
Recorded live in front of a studio audience ( 😃) at an event that was put on by the Greater Rochester Track Club on the eve of the 2019 Mind The Ducks 12 hour race, "The Barkley Marathons at Mind The Ducks" - John Fegyveresi and Tim Hardy share their Barkley story and their love of the human condition.
April 24th, 2019 | 1 hr 3 mins
Karen Howe recently ran a 3:08 at Boston. A PR by 2 minutes, at the age of 42. What's the secret? Well, she takes a day out of her recovery schedule to talk about her recent run as part of Team MR8. We talk about how a combination of planning, positivity, stubborness, coaching, and consistency is helping her get faster as she gets older!