The high achievers on this week’s episode of #WeGotGoals, however, chose to face big issues head-on rather than shrinking from them. Each one has created a unique way to improve their communities—all using fitness as a catalyst. Listen to the full episode, and read the full post, on aSweatLife.com.
Dr. Mark Cucuzzella is the author of the new book Run for Your Life—all about how to achieve longevity in the sport—and has finished marathons in under three hours for 30 straight years. But at one point earlier in his career, he was told he’d have to give up running altogether. Listen to the full episode, and read the full post, on aSweatLife.com.
In this episode of #WeGotGoals, I learns how Goose Island brewer Tim Faith continually tweaks his recipe for success. Listen to the full episode, and read the full post, on aSweatLife.com.
Sharone Aharon, triathlete and owner of Well-Fit Performance, is helping his clients reach new peaks — and he won’t let any “mosquitos” get in his way. Read the full post–and listen to the podcast episode–at aSweatLife.com.
Goals drive nearly everything Nicole Bernard Dawes, founder and CEO of Late July Snacks, does. And she’s not afraid to lay them all on the line. Listen to her episode of #WeGotGoals for aSweatLife.com.
In this episode of #WeGotGoals, listen to professional distance runner Jordan Hasay on how she handles injuries and other obstacles, the value she places on rest and recovery, what she cooks for dinner, and how much she can deadlift (hint: WAY more than you’d think for a marathon runner). Listen on aSweatLife.com.
Chef Josh Katt, the founder and CEO of Kitchfix, isn’t a goal guy. But don’t take that to mean he’s achieved less than other guests we’ve had on the show. Listen to the episode on aSweatLife.com.
Sure, it’s now been more than a month, but I know I’ll be talking about this year’s Boston Marathon for the rest of my life. And, I had the chance to discuss it with 1968 champion Amby Burfoot, too. Read the full post for aSweatLife.com.
If you’re looking for a little help (not to mention some inspo) while you take on your first tri, look no further than four-time Ironman World Champion Chrissie Wellington. Read the full article on aSweatLife.com.