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005: From Hate to Love: Angie's running journey

podcast running Oct 06, 2017


In this episode, we continue to tell you a little bit more about who we are and how we got to where we are today.  We both have very different stories and running journeys and are very different runners, but we also have a lot in common.  We both have a love for running (which was not always the case!) that is constantly challenging us to be better versions of ourselves.  

Angie started out like a lot of runners, and started running just to lose weight and get in shape.  She actually used to hate running.  Her journey has looked completely different from Kevin's, and she talks about all of the challenges she has faced along the way as well, and how they have formed her into a much different runner than Kevin.

Through it all, even though we have very different journeys, very different goals, and very different outcomes, we talk about what running has meant to us, how it has affected us as a couple, as parents, and as human beings.  

We hope you like this one as much as we liked recording it for you, and we hope there are things that resonate with you and your running journey.  

Highlights of the episode:

Misconceptions about running. 1:15

Accepting the title of being a runner. 10:38

Battling with inconsistency and mommy guilt. 11:55

Starting all over again. 16:50

Mindset advantage. 21:32

How running changed Angie's life. 25:25

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