Posts by Amber Moore

Colleen Quigley: A Legacy of Creating Community and Acceptance – R4R 210

How have the interactions with others influenced your life? This is an impossible question to answer. Even for someone that feels extremely introverted, anti-social, and loves the idea of off-the-grid, your life is shaped by the people that have been in it. This is not a bad thing really, it’s just how our species functions. …

Latoya Shauntay Snell: Be An Ally With Action – R4R 208

Today is about getting started. Action. It can be the most difficult, and yet the simplest part of any goal. Physically, it makes sense. If you think of a bowling ball, it has no problem smashing those pins down once you get it rolling. The most impressive event of a bowling ball’s existence is actually…

Dr. Margaret Klein Salamon: Our Planet’s Fate Is Not Yet Sealed; But, It’s Getting Pretty Close – R4R 206

Some issues pervade all businesses, industries, and individuals. In 2020 alone we have seen a handful of them. The far-reaching effects of Covid-19 has changed everyday life for every individual around the world. Social injustices have affected millions of people directly or indirectly in the United States and elsewhere. Addressing these issues isn’t easy, but…

Takia McClendon: Empowered Women Empower Women – R4R 203

When have you felt that you needed permission to do something? The obvious may come to mind first, asking for a day off of work or an extension to pay a bill. These are life events that certainly require some communication if you want to avoid unfavorable consequences. However, there are lots of things we…

Aaron and Joshua Potts: Growing Diversity In Running – R4R 201

Have you given yourself time to truly reflect on the racism in this country? How about your own thought patterns that may not be completely positive? 2020 has turned into a year of reflection. With the additional time spent at home and alone, and the issues our world still faces, it would be a shame…

Knox Robinson: Coming Into Ownership By Rights – R4R 200

“I’ve been in love with America my whole life.” These were the words of Knox Robinson as we took time to talk about running, America, and his insights into the movements happening around the nation. When you listen to Knox, you get lost in his words and realize that you probably don’t spend enough time…

Brandon Hudgins: Everybody’s Pain Is Real – R4R 199

Sarah Crouch Takeover What if the one thing you loved to do was taken away from you due to an illness or disease?  But, what if through hard work, dedication, and months and years of pain and suffering you were able to overcome the odds and do something that very few people have been able…

Tina Update and Becoming an Anti-Racist with Alison Desir – R4R 198

The world we live in is a different place to the last podcast I recorded. Although COVID-19 was here when I finished up for maternity leave, times are certainly changing, and fast (although maybe not fast enough with some things). I wanted to record an update of how things have been going, something you requested…

Kate Landau: Coming Out Stronger From Disordered Eating – R4R 197

Sarah Crouch Takeover Our lives are full of ups and downs.  Each of us embark on our own journey that many other people may know nothing about.  Kate Landau, one of the fastest master’s marathon runners in the world, is one of those individuals who has fought her own physical and psychological battles involving eating…

Aliphine Tuliamuk: Anybody Can Be A Role Model – R4R 196

Sarah Crouch Takeover We all live in our own comfort zones or personal bubbles.  Stepping out of our realm of comfort can be extremely hard and even scary and will come with unexpected challenges. Sometimes these challenges overcome us and seem to be too much, but when we rise above these challenges and get out…

Molly Seidel: Achieve Your Goals By Letting Go Of Them – R4R 193

Think back to the first time you tried something new.   Were you scared?  Nervous that you may embarrass yourself or even fail?  Or did you feel like maybe you didn’t belong there?  Any one of these thoughts would be a perfectly natural response to trying something new.  However, changing our mindset from fear and nervousness…

Lindsay Crouse: Structural Change Is Needed For Gender Equality In Sports – R4R 192

The declaration of Independence for the United States of America was formally declared on July 2, 1776, and signed on July 4, 1776.  However, it was not for another 144 years that Congress passed the 19th Amendment and ratified it, granting women the right to vote.  It was not until nearly 70 years ago when…
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