Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

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Welcome to the Ali on the Run Show — your best running buddy! This is a podcast where we talk about working hard, running hard, and doing whatever it takes to break a physical and mental sweat. I’m your host, Ali Feller, and I’m a writer and editor
22. How I Finally Got Over My Body Issues
Apr 25 • 30 min
On this episode, I talk about my history with body-related issues — starting when I was a young dancer to my college years and my post-collegiate experience with exercise addiction — and what I did to get past them. I spent years obsessing over how I…
21: Brynn Fessette O’Neill, Physical Therapist at Finish Line Physical Therapy
Apr 20 • 60 min
Brynn Fessette O’Neill is a physical therapist at Finish Line Physical Therapy in New York City — in fact, she’s my physical therapist! On this episode, Brynn talks about how she became a physical therapist and shares her advice for anyone considering a…
20. Stop Waiting
Apr 18 • 8 min
I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching lately, so on this episode, I’m sharing something my yoga teacher read to me once called “Stop Waiting.” It’s about how we need to stop waiting for life to happen to us, and instead need to be the ones in control,…
19. Michele Gonzalez AKA NYC Running Mama
Apr 13 • 73 min
Michele Gonzalez, best known as NYC Running Mama, is a Staten Island-based mother, runner, marathoner, Ironman, and Instagram superstar. On this episode, Michele and I talk about how she’s feeling as she gets ready to run the Boston Marathon, what her…
18. My Running & Life Mantras
Apr 11 • 20 min
Words can be powerful! On this episode, I talk about the mantras, quotes, and phrases that get me through tough runs and hard times. From Broadway lyrics to single words, these are my go-to thoughts for when things get difficult. Things I Mention on This…
17. Relationship Q&A with Brian Cristiano
Apr 6 • 67 min
We’re mixing things up on this episode to dish out some serious realness, openness, and honesty. Brian Cristiano is the founder and CEO of BOLD Worldwide, a sports advertising agency in New York City. He’s also my husband, so on this episode, Brian and I…
16. We Were All New Runners Once!
Apr 4 • 26 min
We were all new runners once! On this episode, Lucy Wallace and I look back on all the things we didn’t know or understand when we first started running, from shoes and sports watches to race etiquette. Here are a few highlights: At 4:30, Lucy says: “I…
15. Page Williams, Ironman, Blogger, LinkedIn Digital Strategist
Mar 30 • 68 min
Page Williams is a California-based triathlete and Ironman, is the blogger behind Twenty-Six and Then Some, and is a senior marketing manager at LinkedIn. Before heading to LinkedIn, where she oversees digital and social media and paid media strategy for…
14. My 10 Favorite Races
Mar 28 • 23 min
On this episode, I count down the top 10 races I’ve ever run, and I share a little bit about why I love each one so much. Check them out: Runner’s World Half & Festival The race: http://rw.runnersworld.com/rwhalf/ My 2014 recap:…
13. Chris Mosier, Transgender Athlete & Advocate
Mar 23 • 78 min
Chris Mosier is a Hall of Fame triathlete and duathlete, and was called “The Man Who Changed the Olympics” by The BBC and New York Magazine. He’s a barrier-breaking Nike-sponsored athlete, who you may have seen in Nike’s commercials during the 2016 Rio…
12. Thoughts We Had During Our First Half Marathons
Mar 21 • 18 min
On this episode, my friend Lucy Wallace and I share some of our most vivid memories from each of our first half marathons. A few highlights… At 5:03, Ali says: “I definitely remember choking, gagging, and slightly dry-heaving on the side of the course…
11. Candice Huffine, Model, Runner, and Founder of Project Start
Mar 16 • 72 min
Even if you don’t know her name, you definitely know her face! Candice Huffine is a well-known model, represented by IMG Models, with a seemingly never-ending resumé. She has appeared in the pages of Vogue, W, and Glamour (and on the cover of Vogue…
10. The Worst Mistakes I’ve Made as a Runner
Mar 14 • 20 min
On this episode, I share my roundup of the worst mistakes I’ve made since I started running in 2008. 10. Wearing the wrong size sports bra. My current favorite running bra is the Brooks UpLift Crossback:…
09. Sarah Conklin, 3:37 Marathoner & Picky Bars Employee
Mar 9 • 64 min
Sarah Conklin is perhaps best known on the internet as the blogger behind “Once Upon a Lime.” She lives in Bend, OR, where she works for Picky Bars, the sports bar company founded by professional athletes Lauren Fleshman, Jesse Thomas, and Stephanie…
08. The 10 Most Influential People in My Running Life
Mar 7 • 22 min
On this episode, I share my list of the top 10 people (and one dog!) who have had the most profound impact on my life since becoming a runner. Show Notes: 10. Bethany Lyons Follow Bethany on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bethanyalyons/ Lyons Den…
07. Megha Doshi, Local Marketing Director at Strava
Mar 2 • 68 min
Megha Doshi is the local marketing director for Strava, the social networking site for athletes. Before heading to Strava several years ago, Megha worked for Nike, where she was a member of the digital sport group at Nike. She’s a sub-three-hour…
06. Chris Heuisler, the National Run Concierge for Westin Hotels and Resorts
Feb 23 • 65 min
Chris Heuisler is the National Run Concierge for Westin Hotels and Resorts. He has every runner’s dream job — traveling the country to meet runners and hear their stories — and he beat out more than 1,100 applicants to get the gig. Chris and his team of…
05. Alice Saunders, Creator of Forestbound and 3:19 Marathoner
Feb 16 • 58 min
Alice Saunders is the creator of Forestbound, a Boston-based company that makes and sells canvas and leather bags made from historic textiles. Alice is also a super speedy runner and marathoner. She started running later in life, and now boasts some…
04. Running Coach John Honerkamp
Feb 9 • 71 min
John Honerkamp is a former Olympic Trials qualifier, a running coach, and one of the co-leaders of the November Project tribe in New York City. He boasts an impressive running history: He competed at the Olympic Trials in the 800 meters when he was still…
03. Alison Desir, Founder of Harlem Run
Feb 9 • 63 min
Alison Desir is a runner, writer, and blogger, and is the founder of Harlem Run. She was the driving force behind the recent Run 4 All Women, a run from Harlem to Washington, D.C., that raised more than $100,000 for Planned Parenthood. Alison is also the…
02. Brian Cristiano — Being Married to Someone with Crohn’s Disease
Feb 9 • 59 min
Brian Cristiano is the founder and CEO of BOLD Worldwide, a sports advertising agency in New York City, and the host of the Sports Marketing Huddle podcast. He’s also my husband! So on this episode, we talk about what it’s like living with—and…
01. Ultramarathoner Emily Halnon
Feb 9 • 62 min
Emily Halnon is an ultramarathoner who lives in Eugene, OR. After completing an Ironman and running a 3:08 marathon several years ago, Emily decided to make the shift from road races to trail running and ultras. She has since run a handful of 50-mile…
00. Welcome to the Ali on the Run Show
Feb 9 • 2 min
Welcome to the Ali on the Run Show — your best running buddy! This is a podcast where we talk about working hard, running hard, and doing whatever it takes to break a physical and mental sweat. I’m your host, Ali Feller, and I’m a writer and editor in New…