Posts by Amber Moore

Katie Arnold: Now Is The Time To Develop Your Inner Powerbase – R4R 191

We have all experienced moments of grief.  It is devastating and life changing.  It is emotional, but very physical.  It is heavy and comes with aches and pains.  But it has also been said that grief does not change us, it reveals us.  Katie Arnold, author of Running Home: A Memoir, and winner of the…

Neely Spence Gracey: Everyone Has A Story – R4R 190

What has been your personal timeline coming back from pregnancy? Were you anxious to get back out on the road or into the workplace? Or did you feel like you could have been happy never leaving the house again? Did you feel pressure to do things that weren’t “just being a mom?” Or did you…

Sarah Crouch – I’ve Always Been A Risk Taker – R4R 189

We talk about motherhood a lot on this show. It’s probably second only to running itself, and for good reason. Since starting this podcast, our fearless host, Tina Muir, has been pregnant twice, and given birth to her beautiful daughter Bailey. Not only that, but Tina first stepped away from professional running to get healthy…

Matt Taylor – Tracksmith: Be Successful By Being Yourself – R4R 188

You went out for another run this morning. It’s habitual, religious almost. Running is more than exercise to you. You often crave it (though sometimes you curse it). It can be difficult to explain to a non-runner how you feel—watching the sun peak over the horizon, listening to your steady breath or footfalls, inhaling the…

Emily Abbate: Being Open And Honest Is The First Step to Changing – R4R 187

We don’t often talk about track and field events that aren’t strictly running here, but this episode we took a slight metaphorical deviation. Hurdles: the thin barrier that stands somewhere between two and four feet tall, intentionally placed in between you and your next step around the track. It’s a perfect addition to the running…

Shanna Burnette: There Is Hope For Clean Sport – R4R 186

In the running world we have witnessed some really heart-wrenching events. When you work for years to come seconds short of a podium position, the contention and controversy can quickly rise. Running is a beautiful sport, but it’s not always pretty. It’s simple, instinctive, and accessible; but it’s also competitive, agonizing, and at times, mercenary.…

Grayson Murphy: You Are You; You Are Not Your Accomplishments – R4R 185

If there’s one message that I could get across to athletes at every level, it’s simply the idea of “You are enough.” It’s a beautiful message because it applies to you no matter how many awards you’ve received, your age, your goals—really anything.  If you are a person that has experienced a fairly trial-less life,…

Tyler McCandless: Focus On The Journey, Not The Destination To Succeed – R4R 184

Mindfulness. Meditation. Being present. Enjoying the journey. These are the trending approaches to everyday life, and for good reason. We don’t live on the podium; we live on the street, the trails, the concrete, the pavement. If life is to be enjoyed, shouldn’t we try to enjoy as much of it as possible? I’ll Be…

Anna Frost: The Expectation of No Expectation – R4R 182

Mountain races and trail runs are becoming more and more popular within the running community. Something about the connection with nature, and wanting to know what lies in the next valley satisfies our spirit and our curiosity simultaneously. This type of running often keeps both our ticking watches and our social media notifications subdued. It…

Meb Keflezighi: Take This Time To Start Working On Your Weaknesses -R4R 180

As an athlete, odds are you have heard the name Meb Keflezighi. But as a runner, not only have you heard of him, you’ve idolized his abilities and been inspired by his amazing career.  Meb, a 2004 Olympic silver medalist in the marathon, winner of the 2009 New York City Marathon, and winner of the…

Amanda Brooks: YOU are a Real Runner -R4R 178

At what point did you consider yourself to be a runner? Odds are, you were a runner long before you felt comfortable saying it out loud. Maybe it wasn’t until after your first 5K, your tenth 5K, or even your first marathon. Perhaps you still don’t call yourself a runner, or when you do, you…

Liza Howard: Be Happy In Your Mess -R4R 176

Life can be overwhelming and busy, however that doesn’t mean you still can’t find time for yourself.  Liza Howard, elite ultra-marathon runner, coach, employee at the National Outdoor Leadership School, and mother of two children knows in order to succeed in her sport and remain at the top of her running game she must find…
Hillary Allen: Redefine What 'Strength' Is -R4R 175

Hillary Allen: Redefine What ‘Strength’ Is -R4R 175

Have you ever experienced an injury so severe you thought you would never come back from it?  Do you remember the thoughts that ran through your mind?  Or the disappointment you felt?  In 2017, Hillary Allen was ranked first in the Skyrunning World Series. This series consisted of high altitude endurance races spanning anywhere from…

Cindy Kuzma and Carrie Jackson Cheadle: Injury Recovery Requires More Mental Toughness Than Running -R4R 174

Runners are a different species.  Not only is running our sport but it is our passion, our mental break, our chance to distance ourselves from the world and the stressors of everyday life.  However, as a runner, I am sure you have suffered injuries and setbacks.  You are not alone.  According to Cindy Kuzma, journalist…

Alex Hutchinson: How Much Is Too Much Innovation? -R4R 173

If you live in a developed country, you likely enjoy the benefits of being able to rely on government systems that protect you. You can walk outside and feel safe in your neighborhood, put money in your bank and have faith it will be safeguarded, or voice your opinion and not be punished. You probably…

Alysia Montano: Fighting For A Level Playing Field -R4R 172

We’ve all seen the picture of an iceberg that shows what we see above water is only a fraction of what is happening underneath. This depiction is the reality for many people or situations that we encounter every day. The story always has more to it than first meets the eye. This is no different…
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