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270. Ali & the Experts with Jess Thomas, Therapist
Aug 10 • 50 min
Raise your hand if you’re feeling anxious! (Mine are both raised.) Then you’ve come to the right place. On this episode — the second in the six-part Ali & the Experts series — NYC-based therapist Jess Thomas is here to answer listener questions about…
269. Ali & the Experts with Laura Parrott, Career Coach
Aug 6 • 64 min
Welcome to the Ali & the Experts series! We’re kicking things off today with a career pep talk, courtesy of Laura Parrott. Laura is Head of People at Floyd, and before that, she spent eight years leading recruiting at McKinsey, seven years working in…
268. Jenny Simpson
Aug 5 • 75 min
Jenny Simpson is the country’s most-decorated female miler and 1500-meter runner. She’s a 3-time Olympian, she won gold in the 1500 at the 2011 World Championships, she was the first U.S. woman to win an Olympic medal in the 1500 when she won bronze in…
267. Catching Up with Emily Halnon
Jul 29 • 63 min
“There’s this possibility to live with this duality of life. You can both grieve and have a really, truly happy day. You can be really stressed and scared, and also be extraordinarily brave.”
266. On the Record with Mario Fraioli, Host of The Morning Shakeout
Jul 26 • 75 min
Today, we wrap up the On the Record series with Mario Fraioli, host of The Morning Shakeout podcast and creator of The Morning Shakeout newsletter. Mario comes to podcasting with a background in journalism: He’s a longtime sports writer and was the editor…
265. Catching Up with Chris Heuisler
Jul 22 • 81 min
A lot has changed for Chris Heuisler since the last time he was on the Ali on the Run Show. He turned 40! He’s no longer the Global RunWestin Concierge. And he got sober. On this episode, Chris — for the first time publicly — talks about his past with…
264. On the Record with Dana Giordano, Host of More Than Running
Jul 19 • 64 min
Dana Giordano is a professional middle-distance runner for the B.A.A. and adidas. She’s a 4:34 miler and 15:47 5K runner who ran track and cross-country at Dartmouth College and hopes to compete at the 2021 Olympic Track & Field Trials. In April, Dana…
263. Hawi Keflezighi, Founder & CEO of HAWI Management
Jul 15 • 70 min
As founder & CEO of HAWI Management, Hawi Keflezighi and his team represent 30 athletes including Alexi Pappas, Nikki Hiltz, Aliphine Tuliamuk, and, of course, Hawi’s brother, Meb. On this episode, Hawi talks about how he started his agency when he was…
262. On the Record with Chris Chavez, Host of the Citius Mag and Runners of NYC Podcasts
Jul 12 • 64 min
Welcome to the second episode in the “On the Record” series, talking with running podcasters about their work, the state of the running industry, and their roles within it. Today, Chris Chavez is here! In addition to being a writer for Sports Illustrated,…
261. Jess Sims, Peloton Instructor
Jul 8 • 63 min
As a Peloton instructor, Jess Sims is known for her no-gimmick approach to working out. And though Jess never dreamed about being a fitness instructor, let alone a global superstar with a massive platform, being an educator has always come naturally. On…
260. On the Job with United States Air Force Colonel Shelly Mendieta
Jul 6 • 50 min
Welcome to the final episode in the On the Job series! Today, we wrap things up with United States Air Force Colonel Shelly Mendieta, who is the Vice Wing Commander of the 39th Airbase Wing in Incirlik, Turkey. As the #2 in command, Col. Mendieta is…
259. On the Record with the Hosts of Keeping Track
Jul 5 • 62 min
Welcome to the first episode in a new four-part series, where I’ll be talking with fellow running podcast hosts about how they view the current state of the running industry and their roles within it. We’re kicking things off with Alysia Montaño, Molly…
258. Feel-Good Friday with Claudia Thompson, President of Claudia Connects
Jul 2 • 28 min
Some people are born with confidence. For others, cultivating confidence takes work—like a muscle that has to be flexed repeatedly in order to get stronger. Claudia Thompson is the president of Claudia Connects, a personal and professional training,…
257. Nutrition Q&A with Starla Garcia, Registered Dietitian
Jul 1 • 59 min
Starla Garcia is back on the Ali on the Run Show! Starla is a registered dietitian (and Olympic Marathon Trials runner!) and is the founder of The Healthy Shine, a sports nutrition consulting practice in Houston, TX. On this episode, Starla answers…
256. On the Job with Vikki Spruill, President & CEO of New England Aquarium
Jun 29 • 50 min
When Vikki Spruill was growing up, she loved science. But she was told that “women didn’t have a place in science.” Today, Vikki is President & CEO of the New England Aquarium in Boston, MA, so it’s safe to say she found her place in science. On this…
255. Ramblings on the Run with Ali & Matt
Jun 25 • 64 min
Welcome to this month’s edition of Ramblings on the Run with Ali and Matt. This month, Matt and I catch up and share how things are going on the run, and then we talk about what we’re each loving and are excited about right now. Then, we do a twist on the…
254. Samia Akbar, Fastest U.S.-Born Black Female Marathoner
Jun 24 • 86 min
In 2006, Samia Akbar ran a 2:34 at the New York City Marathon, finishing 12th and becoming the fastest U.S.-born Black female marathoner. On this episode, Samia shares her running story, including how her dad instilled in her a love for running, how she…
253. On the Job with Steph Blozy, Owner of Fleet Feet Sports West Hartford
Jun 22 • 67 min
Steph Blozy is the owner of Fleet Feet Sports in West Hartford, one of the leading run specialty stores in the country. Steph is so much more than a running store owner, though: She’s truly a community builder and leader, and on this episode, she talks…
252. Feel-Good Friday with Katie Burke, Chief People Officer at HubSpot
Jun 18 • 29 min
Katie Burke is the Chief People Officer at HubSpot. On this episode, Katie offers advice for anyone who is thinking about life going “back to normal”—or finding a new normal—and might be struggling to figure out what comes next. Katie talks about how to…
251. Courtney Carter, Oiselle Advisor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Jun 17 • 68 min
You probably know Courtney Carter by her Instagram: EatPrayRunDC. Both on- and offline, Courtney’s work has a major impact on the world. The 10-time marathoner is a former practicing lawyer who now leads diversity initiatives at a law firm in Washington,…
250. On the Job with Grace Kim James, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Atlantic Records
Jun 15 • 54 min
As Senior Vice President of Marketing at Atlantic Records, Grace Kim James works 24/7. On this episode, she talks about breaking into the music business, and what it’s really like working for the #1 label in the U.S. She talks about working closely with…
249. Feel-Good Friday with Jess Movold, Running Coach
Jun 11 • 29 min
Welcome to the second episode in a four-part series called Feel-Good Fridays. These episodes are intended to leave you feeling lighter, better, more optimistic — whether temporarily or for the rest of your life. These conversations with experts are meant…
248. The Future of Running: The Next Step Forward “Live Show”
Jun 10 • 56 min
I was honored when UCAN asked me to host a conversation with five running industry leaders and experts about how we get back on the run in a post-pandemic world, and you’ll hear some really eye-opening insights about what’s happening now in the running…
247. Mary Kate Shea, John Hancock Senior Director of Endurance Marketing & 23-Time Boston Marathon Finisher
Jun 10 • 70 min
Mary Kate Shea is the senior director of endurance marketing for John Hancock, the title sponsor of the Boston Marathon. It’s Mary Kate’s job to recruit the Boston Marathon pro field every year. On this episode—which we recorded at the beginning of May,…
246. On the Job with Ross Altenbaugh, Executive Director of Flagstaff Shelter Services
Jun 8 • 45 min
Ross Altenbaugh is the executive director at Flagstaff Shelter Services, the largest emergency shelter in Northern Arizona. Since 2014, Flagstaff Shelter Services has permanently housed more than 500 individuals and families, which Ross says is the goal —…
245. Feel-Good Friday with Rachel Gersten & Jor-El Caraballo, Licensed Therapists & Co-Founders of Viva Wellness
Jun 4 • 29 min
Welcome to the first episode in a four-part series called Feel-Good Fridays. These conversations with experts are meant to be uplifting without being fluffy or delusional. We’re kicking things off with Rachel Gersten and Jor-El Caraballo, licensed…
244. Peyton Thomas, 2:42 Marathoner
Jun 3 • 62 min
In her marathon debut, Peyton Thomas ran a 2:42.57, qualifying for the Olympic Trials. She went on to run the Trials in February, where she ran a three-second PR on a day that included big hills, wild wind, and a handful of calf cramp-induced walk breaks.…
243. On the Job with Amy Diallo, Covid-19 Researcher
Jun 1 • 46 min
Amy Diallo is a postdoctoral researcher at University of California, San Francisco, spending long hours in the lab doing Covid-19 research. Every day, Amy and her team are hard at work studying proteins to eventually develop medication that will treat the…
242. Shalane Flanagan
May 27 • 70 min
Shalane Flanagan has many titles: former professional runner, four-time Olympian, Olympic silver medalist, Bowerman Track Club coach, 2017 New York City Marathon champion, American record holder, two-time New York Times best-selling author, race…
241. On the Job with JoMarie Flores, Funeral Director
May 25 • 59 min
JoMarie Flores is a funeral director in Houston, TX. But don’t worry: This episode isn’t all death, doom, and gloom. JoMarie is so passionate about her work, and you’ll quickly see why families love and appreciate her so much. On this episode, JoMarie…
240. Lee Glandorf, Tracksmith Head of Communications
May 21 • 63 min
Last week, Tracksmith announced it was adding two members to its team: professional athletes Mary Cain and Nick Willis. But Nick and Mary aren’t just figureheads for the brand or sponsored athletes. They’re full-time, salaried employees. On this episode,…
239. Dinée Dorame, Citizen of the Navajo Nation
May 20 • 72 min
Dinée Dorame is a citizen of the Navajo Nation, Water’s Edge clan. She’s a lifelong runner who grew up in Albuquerque, NM, moved to the east coast to attend and later work at Yale University, and has since returned to New Mexico, where she is the…
238. Sasha Wolff, Founder of Still I Run
May 13 • 49 min
Sasha Wolff is the founder of Still I Run, a non-profit organization and online community for runners whose mission is to raise awareness around mental health. On this episode, Sasha, a mom of two, talks about her experience with depression and anxiety.…
237. A Message & A Promise From Ali
May 11 • 14 min
“With this platform comes a responsibility.” This episode is a message from me to every listener of the Ali on the Run Show. It’s a promise to do better. To showcase more voices on the show and during live events. To listen more. To do the work.
236. Izzy Seidel, Tracksmith Marketing & Communications Associate
May 6 • 59 min
During the last weekend in February, everyone was talking about one race: the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. But there was another race that same day, in that same city: Take the Bridge, which Izzy Seidel won. And if that last name sounds familiar —…
235. On the Job with Kaitie Brown, Walt Disney World Talent Casting Coordinator
May 4 • 51 min
Kaitie Brown always knew her dream was to one day perform at Walt Disney World—and that’s exactly what she went on to do. After 12 auditions, Kaitie was hired as a cast member, where she performed several times a day on Magic Kingdom’s Main Street USA.…
234. Emily Sisson Recaps the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials
Apr 29 • 62 min
Emily Sisson was one of the top-seeded women competing at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. She’s a 2:23 marathoner and professional runner for New Balance, and she went into the Trials after making her marathon debut in London in 2019, where she…
233. On the Job with Amanda LaVergne, Broadway Performer
Apr 27 • 79 min
Amanda LaVergne is a Broadway actress, singer, and dancer. She has performed in Annie and Grease, among many others, and spent a decade performing as Mrs. Claus in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Offstage, Amanda is a 3:07 marathoner, a 1:24 half…
232. Ramblings on the Run with Ali & Matt
Apr 23 • 57 min
Welcome to the April edition of Ramblings on the Run with Ali & Matt. Every month, Matt Chittim — host of the Rambling Runner podcast and the Road to the Olympic Trials show — and I will come together to talk about running industry news, our own running,…
231. Jay Holder, Director of Marketing & Communications at Atlanta Track Club
Apr 22 • 51 min
Jay Holder just might love running — the sport itself, plus every single member of the running community — more than any guy I know. Jay is the Director of Marketing & Communications at Atlanta Track Club, which means this week, we’re getting a…
230. On the Job with Christine Mousa, Family Specialist in the Division of Child Protection and Permanency
Apr 20 • 49 min
Christine Mousa is a family specialist in New Jersey’s Division of Child Protection and Permanency. Her job is to find safe and loving homes for children. It’s important, emotional work, and on this episode, Christine talks about what the job entails,…
229. Nell Rojas, 2:28 Marathoner & 9th-Place Olympic Trials Finisher
Apr 16 • 51 min
Nell Rojas finished ninth at the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in February. And that in its own is impressive—but it’s especially impressive when you consider it was only Nell’s third marathon. Nell is a triathlete and obstacle course racer turned…
228. Laura Thweatt, 2:25 Marathoner & 5th-Place Olympic Trials Finisher
Apr 15 • 71 min
Laura Thweatt ran a fast, fierce, gutsy race at the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta—a hard effort that earned her a fifth-place finish. But fifth place at the Trials is a tough spot: When the first three finishers make the team and the…
227. On the Job with Julia Harrington, Corporate Pilot
Apr 13 • 58 min
For many people, flying in an airplane is an anxiety-inducing adventure. But not for Julia Harrington. Julia is a corporate pilot and captain on two business jets, and on this On the Job episode, she talks about her adventures in the skies. Julia…
226. Caitlyn Tateishi, 2:43 Marathoner
Apr 8 • 66 min
Caitlyn Tateishi has run all over the world. On this episode, the 2:43 marathoner talks about growing up in Hawaii and discovering running , to running 40 miles while in the Peace Corps in Africa. Caitlyn explains why she took a long break from running,…
225. On the Job with Taylor Ritzel, Content Acquisition at Netflix
Apr 6 • 65 min
Taylor Ritzel has quite the resumé: She was a collegiate rower at Yale University who went on to win Olympic gold in rowing at the 2012 games. Today, though, Taylor has traded her oars for the Hollywood life. She works at Netflix, in nonfiction series…
224. Catching Up with Emma Coburn
Apr 1 • 49 min
Emma Coburn is a two-time Olympian, eight-time U.S. steeplechase champion, world champion, and world silver medalist. On this episode, Emma — who runs for New Balance and is Vice President of the Athletics Association — talks about how the COVID-19…
223. On the Job with Kelly McKnight, Orthopedic Surgery Resident
Mar 30 • 57 min
Kelly McKnight is an orthopedic surgery resident — a real-life Callie Torres from Grey’s Anatomy! — in Sioux Falls, SD. On this episode, the second in the On the Job series, Kelly talks about what her job entails, what the schooling is like, how she…
222. Kaitlin Goodman Recaps the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials
Mar 25 • 58 min
When Kaitlin Goodman, a 2:32 marathoner who runs for adidas and the Boston Athletic Association, arrived at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, she felt fit, strong, and ready to race. Kaitlin was ranked 29th out of more than 500 women, and she was in…
221. On the Job with Rachel Dewan, Archaeologist
Mar 23 • 55 min
Welcome to the On the Job series on the Ali on the Run Show! Every Tuesday for the next seven weeks, we’ll meet cool women with interesting, unique, badass jobs. They’ll talk about how they got into their respective fields, what their jobs entail, why…
220. Andrea Toppin Recaps Her Race at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials
Mar 22 • 60 min
It’s so hard to believe it’s been nearly a month since the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials — the good old days! And I want to keep remembering and celebrating those days. Andrea Toppin is a chiropractic student and elite marathoner for Oiselle who trains…
219. Jacqueline Alnes, Creator of Running-Inspired Tiny Art
Mar 18 • 60 min
Even if you don’t know Dr. Jacqueline Alnes by the name, you likely know her work. She’s the woman behind the “tiny art” paintings you’ve seen all over Instagram featuring inspiring women in the running community. Jacqueline is a creative writing…
218. Anita Perez, 2:39 Marathoner, Single Mom, & Special Education Teacher
Mar 12 • 56 min
Anita Perez is a 2:39 marathoner, a single mom to two kids, and a middle school special education teacher. On this episode, she talks about what it was like running at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials last month, compares that to her experience…
217. What It Was Like Being in Atlanta for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials
Mar 11 • 48 min
It’s a solo episode! On this episode, I reflect on my experience traveling to Atlanta to watch the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. (To read more about the weekend, check out this post.)
216. LIVE on International Women’s Day
Mar 11 • 57 min
In honor of International Women’s Day, I sat down with an all-star panel of smart, inspiring women — Abby Bales, Rozalynn Frazier, Kelly Hogan, and Henna Rustami — to talk about everything from periods, nutrition, and diversity in running to the whys…
215. LIVE at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials with Sarah Cummings, Kaitlin Goodman, Amanda Nurse, Ladia Albertson-Junkans, & Jenny Donnelly
Mar 5 • 51 min
It was a tremendous honor and privilege to host a live show at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials Expo in Atlanta, GA, with five former Ali on the Run Show guests and Trials runners: Sarah Cummings, Kaitlin Goodman, Amanda Nurse, Ladia…
214. Veronica Jackson & Alex Bernardi Recap the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials
Mar 4 • 50 min
Last week, we heard from U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon qualifiers, friends, and former training partners Veronica Jackson and Alex Bernardi. This week, they’re back to recap their respective races in Atlanta. (Spoiler: Veronica finished 63rd and Alex ran a…
213. LIVE at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials with Carrie Tollefson, Meb Keflezighi, & UCAN
Mar 3 • 79 min
It was an honor to co-host a live show after the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials alongside Carrie Tollefson and Meb Keflezighi—in front of a 400-person audience! After an inspiring opening speech by UCAN President and CEO Shoba Murali and a few remarks…
212. Ramblings on the Run with Ali & Matt
Feb 27 • 62 min
Welcome to the second edition of Ramblings on the Run with Ali & Matt. Every month, Matt Chittim — host of the Rambling Runner podcast and the Road to the Olympic Trials show — and I come together to talk about running industry news, our own running, and…
211. Veronica Jackson & Alex Bernardi, Olympic Trials Qualifiers
Feb 26 • 74 min
Veronica Jackson and Alex Bernardi are among the 500+ women who will be running the U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon this weekend in Atlanta. They’re longtime training partners, and on this episode, they talk about the power of running friendships, and the…
210. Elle Purrier, Indoor Mile American Record Holder
Feb 23 • 43 min
Earlier this month, Elle Purrier won the Wanamaker Mile in New York City. She set a new American record in the indoor mile (4:16.85), broke a 37-year-old record, ran an 8-second personal best, and ran the second fastest indoor mile in history. On this…
209. Catching Up with Andrea Barber
Feb 19 • 65 min
Andrea Barber—Full House’s Kimmy Gibbler—is back on the Ali on the Run Show! And this time, she’s a published author! Andrea’s first book, Full Circle: From Hollywood to Real Life and Back Again, came out late last year. On this episode, Andrea and I…
208. Love on the Run Week with Kara & Adam Goucher
Feb 13 • 61 min
Kara and Adam Goucher have been married for 19 years. On this episode, we have an open and honest conversation about their struggles with infertility and how it affected their marriage, Kara’s time as a Nike-sponsored athlete who was suspended without pay…
207. Love on the Run Week with Gwen Jorgensen & Pat Lemieux
Feb 12 • 56 min
Gwen Jorgensen won gold at the 2016 Olympic Games in the triathlon, and then decided she wanted to see how she could fare as a professional distance runner. Today, she trains with the Bowerman Track Club, and is gearing up to compete at the 2020 Olympic…
206. Love on the Run Week with Steph & Ben Bruce
Feb 11 • 63 min
Love on the Run Week continues! From the Leers to the Lindens — to the Bruces! Today, professional marathon runners Steph and Ben Bruce are here to talk about what makes them Team Bruce. They talk about what it’s like when Ben is pacing Steph on the run,…
205. Love on the Run Week with Des & Ryan Linden
Feb 10 • 53 min
It’s Love on the Run Week on the Ali on the Run Show! First we heard from Aisha Praught and Will Leer, and today it’s the Linden’s turn. On this episode, we hear from 2018 Boston Marathon champion Desiree Linden and her Ironman and entrepreneur husband,…
204. Love on the Run Week with Aisha Praught & Will Leer
Feb 9 • 61 min
We’re celebrating love all week long on the Ali on the Run Show: Welcome to Love on the Run Week! Today, we’re kicking things off with professional middle-distance runners Aisha Praught and Will Leer, who live and train in Boulder, CO.
203. Rick Powell, Houston Marathon 2:45 Pacer
Feb 5 • 55 min
Rick Powell was the official 2:45 pacer at the 2020 Houston Marathon, who led a group of several dozen women hoping to qualify for the Olympic Trials. On this episode, Rick — a former Marine and current attorney who was fresh off a 2:31 finish at the…
202. Ramblings on the Run with Ali & Matt
Jan 30 • 60 min
Welcome to a new monthly series on the Ali on the Run Show: Ramblings on the Run with Ali & Matt. Every month, Matt Chittim—host of the Rambling Runner and Road to the Olympic Trials podcasts—and I will come together to talk about running industry news,…
201. Neely Spence Gracey
Jan 29 • 68 min
Neely Spence Gracey just ran her first postpartum race since having her son, Athens, in 2018. She ran the Houston Marathon and qualified for the Olympic Trials. But Neely’s journey to the OTQ hasn’t been easy. On this episode, she talks about her…
200. Starla Garcia, Olympic Trials Qualifier & Registered Dietitian
Jan 22 • 65 min
This weekend, Starla Garcia ran the Houston Marathon in 2 hours and 43 minutes — officially qualifying to run the 2020 Olympic Trials. On this episode — the 200th episode of the Ali on the Run Show! — Starla talks about her road to the OTQ, including…
199. My 2020 Visions, Plans, Hopes, & Dreams
Jan 15 • 38 min
New year, excited me! On this short-ish solo episode, I’m sharing my 2020 vision — an Ali on the Run Show State of the Union of sorts. I talk about my personal and professional goals for this year, and reflect on my lululemon goal setting process.…
198. Rachel Gersten, Therapist & Co-Founder of Viva Wellness
Jan 8 • 56 min
Rachel Gersten is a New York City-based licensed therapist, and is the co-founder of Viva Wellness. On this episode — perfect for the new year! — she dishes out advice about dealing with burnout, anxiety, and what to do when you realize you have no idea…
197. Aisha Praught Leer
Jan 1 • 75 min
Aisha Praught Leer is a professional middle-distance runner for Under Armour. On this episode, she talks about her progression as a professional athlete, her decision to represent Jamaica (she’s a Jamaican-American dual citizen), and her passion for…
196. The CIM Olympic Trials Qualifying Time Pacers
Dec 25, 2019 • 71 min
At the California International Marathon (CIM) earlier this month, 72 women ran faster than 2 hours 45 minutes, officially qualifying to run the Olympic Trials in the marathon. Leading several dozen of those women were Menso de Jong, Chris Stehula, and…
195. Mary Johnson, Founder of Lift, Run, Perform, on Postpartum Life and Running
Dec 18, 2019 • 60 min
Mary Johnson is a running coach and the owner of Lift, Run, Perform. And she just had a baby! Mary’s first child, Eli, is five months old, and on this episode, Mary very honestly talks about what the past five months have looked like for her. She talks…
194. Sarah Grooms, Rockette Turned Marathoner
Dec 11, 2019 • 63 min
Sarah Grooms spent 13 years doing hundreds of eye-high kicks a day as a Radio City Rockette. On this episode, she talks about everything you’ve ever wanted to know about performing at one of the world’s most famous venues, and explains why she decided to…
193. Jenny & Judi Donnelly BONUS EPISODE!
Dec 11, 2019 • 59 min
It was a big weekend at the 2019 California International Marathon! It was especially exciting for the Donnelly family: 28-year-old Jenny qualified for the Olympic Marathon Trials, finishing in 2:44.31, and her mom, 62-year-old Judi celebrating 25 years…
192. Adrianne Haslet, Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor
Dec 4, 2019 • 62 min
In April 2013, Adrianne Haslet was living her dream as a professional ballroom dancer. On Marathon Monday, she found herself near the Boston Marathon finish line, watching the runners finish the iconic race. But when the two bombs went off, the second…
191. The Great Turkey Trot of 2014
Nov 27, 2019 • 36 min
It’s an Ali on the Run Show Thanksgiving tradition! Four years ago, my now-husband, Brian, and I lined up at the start of two very different Turkey Trots. Though both races were five miles, the outcomes were vastly dissimilar. I ran the Prospect Park…
190. Sarah True, Olympian & Ironman Triathlete
Nov 20, 2019 • 60 min
Sarah True is a professional triathlete and Olympian. On this episode, she honestly and vulnerably shares her story of competing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, hitting rock bottom, and the intense emotional recovery that followed. She opens up about her…
189. Running Industry Hot Takes with Phoebe Wright
Nov 14, 2019 • 44 min
Phoebe Wright is a former professional runner who spent six years competing as a Nike-sponsored athlete. Phoebe, an 800-meter specialist from Tennessee, became a five-time national champion before retiring after the 2016 Olympics. On this episode, she…
188. Nikki Hiltz & Therese Haiss
Nov 13, 2019 • 64 min
Nikki Hiltz and Therese Haiss are professional runners for adidas. They live in San Diego and train with the Mission Athletics Club. On this episode, they talk about how they met—and how their immediate friendship evolved into something more. They talk…
187. I’m a New York City Marathon Race Announcer!
Nov 6, 2019 • 82 min
On Sunday, I became an official TCS New York City Marathon finish line announcer. I always said my dream was to “stand at a finish line and cheer for all the runners.” And I got to do that on the world’s largest stage. On this episode, I attempt to recap…
186. Why It’s An Exciting Time For Women’s Running LIVE Show
Nov 4, 2019 • 56 min
It was an honor, a pleasure, and a privilege to host this live recording of the Ali on the Run Show at the New York Road Runners RunCenter the day before the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon. Five leaders in the industry — Mary Wittenberg, Lauren Fleshman,…
185. Janelle Hartman, Final Finisher of the 2018 New York City Marathon
Oct 30, 2019 • 62 min
Last year, Janelle Hartman became a marathoner. After running more than 100 races and volunteering at just as many, Janelle decided 2018 was the year she would run the New York City Marathon. On this episode, she talks about what it was like to be the…
184. Crohn’s Disease and Motherhood with Natalie Hayden
Oct 28, 2019 • 64 min
Natalie Hayden was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease right after college. She was on track to pursue her dream job as a TV anchor, but her diagnosis tried to derail her. After several hospitalizations and a series of bowel obstructions, Natalie underwent…
183. Stephanie Pennington, Creator of Project Finish
Oct 23, 2019 • 59 min
In 2015, Stephanie Pennington had just completed her first New York City Marathon. After finishing, she went out to celebrate—but before heading back home, she wanted to swing back through Central Park to see if anything was still happening. It was 7:45…
182. Carly Gill, Olympic Trials Qualifier
Oct 16, 2019 • 74 min
Last year, Carly Gill made a goal to qualify for the Olympic Marathon Trials. She ran CIM in December—and came up just two minutes short. So this year, Carly was ready to get stronger, faster, and fitter. On this episode, she talks about her dream come…
181. Carrie Tollefson BONUS EPISODE!
Oct 14, 2019 • 74 min
Carrie Tollefson is a professional runner and Olympian turned mom of three, broadcaster, race analyst, podcast host, run camp director, and much more. Most recently, the former 1500-meter specialist added another title to her list: 2:51 marathoner. Six…
180. Roberta Groner, 2:29 Marathoner, Nurse, & Mom of Three
Oct 9, 2019 • 63 min
Roberta Groner just returned from Qatar, where she represented the U.S. at the marathon world championships. Roberta is a full-time nurse, a 41-year-old single mom of three, and a 2:29 marathoner. On this episode, she recounts her race in Doha—it was 90…
179. Janae Baron BONUS EPISODE!
Oct 8, 2019 • 77 min
This past weekend, Janae Baron—Hungry Runner Girl—ran a 2:49 at the St. George Marathon. It was a nearly 10-minute personal best. On this episode, Janae recaps her breakthrough race, sharing every detail including what it was like being part of the elite…
178. Ladia Albertson-Junkans, Ultra Runner & Best Friend to Gabe Grunewald
Oct 2, 2019 • 76 min
Ladia Albertson-Junkans is a collegiate runner turned ultramarathoner. This year, Ladia ran the Western States 100, and ran the Fastest Known Time on the Timberline Trail around Mount Hood. Ladia is also well known in the running community as Gabe…
177. You Can Run a Marathon Q&A with Greg McMillan & Dr. Cathy Yeckel
Sep 30, 2019 • 65 min
On the final episode in the You Can Run a Marathon series, experts Greg McMillan and Dr. Cathy Yeckel are on hand to answer dozens of listener questions about training, race day, nutrition, and more. Greg McMillan is the founder of McMillan Running, where…
176. Megan Harrington, Creator of The Runner’s Kitchen
Sep 25, 2019 • 57 min
Megan Harrington is the woman behind the popular “Runner’s Kitchen” blog. She is a mom of two (to Teddy, 3, and Evelyn, 13 months) living in upstate New York with her husband, Brian. She works several part-time jobs: freelance writer, social media manager…
175. You Can Run a Marathon with Meb Keflezighi
Sep 23, 2019 • 74 min
This is a special episode, recorded live at Finish Line Physical Therapy in NYC. Meb Keflezighi is the only person to win the New York City Marathon, Boston Marathon, and Olympic silver medal. Runner’s World named him The Most Influential Person in…
174. A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Ali on the Run Show
Sep 18, 2019 • 86 min
It’s solo episode time! On this episode, I’m talking all about what goes on behind the scenes of the Ali on the Run Show, answering listener questions about getting started, choosing guests, recording, editing, working with sponsors, pay days, and more. I…
173. You Can Run a Marathon with Dawn Grunnagle
Sep 16, 2019 • 46 min
Dawn Grunnagle is proof that you can, in fact, keep getting faster with age. Dawn, 41, is a Nike-sponsored 1500-meter runner turned marathoner. She has qualified for the Olympic Trials three times: in 2012 in the 1500, and in 2016 and 2020 in the…
172. Amanda Nurse, Elite Marathoner for adidas
Sep 11, 2019 • 73 min
Amanda Nurse is a 20-time marathoner and two-time Olympic Trials qualifier. She’s an adidas-sponsored runner and coach who has taken her marathon time from 3:26 to 2:40. On this episode, Amanda talks about her road to elite distance running and her…
171. You Can Run a Marathon with Molly Bookmyer
Sep 9, 2019 • 47 min
Molly Bookmyer is a 2:44 marathoner who recently finished third in the U.S. 25K championships. But the road to an Olympic Trials qualifying time hasn’t been easy. On this episode, Molly shares her story of resilience and positivity. In 2013, Molly’s…
170. LIVE at NYRR RunnerCon with Nikki Hiltz & Allie Ostrander
Sep 8, 2019 • 45 min
Allie Ostrander and Nikki Hiltz are both having huge breakthrough years on the run. Allie, who recently signed with Brooks Running, and Nikki, who is in her second year as a pro athlete for adidas, joined me for a live show at New York Road Runners’s…
169. Emily Sisson
Sep 5, 2019 • 66 min
Emily Sisson just might be having the best year of her life. The professional runner for New Balance kicked off her year by running a 1:07 at the Houston Half Marathon—coming just five seconds short of the American record. In April, Emily made her…
168. Dr. Shelby Harris, Clinical Psychologist & Sleep Expert
Sep 4, 2019 • 69 min
Dr. Shelby Harris is a clinical psychologist and clinical associate professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the neurology and psychiatry departments. She specializes in anxiety, depression, and treating sleep disorders, and is the author of…
167. You Can Run a Marathon with Mo Alkhawaldeh
Sep 2, 2019 • 45 min
Mo Alkhawaldeh is a 2:23 marathoner with his sights set on representing Jordan in the 2020 Olympic Games. But although Mo is one of the top-ranked runners in the Middle East and Africa, he’s not a full-time runner: He works full-time at Princeton…
166. Rachel Wyman, Owner of Montclair Bread Company & Founder of Fueled by Doughnuts Run Club
Aug 28, 2019 • 77 min
Rachel Wyman talks about opening the Montclair Bread Company bakery in New Jersey and creating the 2,000-member Fueled by Doughnuts Run Club.
165. You Can Run a Marathon with Chirine Njeim
Aug 26, 2019 • 44 min
Chirine Njeim is a four-time Olympian — but the four times she’s represented her home country of Lebanon haven’t all been on the run. Chirine is a former alpine ski racer turned marathon runner. She competed at the Winter Olympics three times, and in 2016…
164. Carrie Kreiswirth, Breast Cancer Survivor & Marathoner
Aug 21, 2019 • 63 min
I met Carrie Kreiswirth in 2011, when a marketing campaign for a running store brought us together. Years later, I saw a photo of Carrie on Facebook. She was bald. What had I missed? Carrie had tested positive for the BRCA1 gene mutation, and was…
163. You Can Run a Marathon with Alexi Pappas
Aug 19, 2019 • 50 min
Welcome to the first episode in the “You Can Run a Marathon” series. Whether you’re training for your first, your fastest, or your funnest, we’re here to help you reach your goals. The series kicks off with Olympian Alexi Pappas. Alexi is a…
162. Allie Ostrander, Professional Runner for Brooks Running
Aug 14, 2019 • 56 min
It’s been a big summer for Allie Ostrander. The Alaska native graduated from Boise State University, signed her first professional running contract with Brooks Running, and made her pro debut at USA Track & Field Nationals, where she finished fourth in…
161. Lauren Fleshman & Jesse Thomas
Aug 7, 2019 • 85 min
Husband-and-wife team Lauren Fleshman and Jesse Thomas are the co-founders of Picky Bars and hosts of the Work, Play, Love podcast. Lauren is a former professional middle-distance and marathon runner turned coach, and Jesse is a professional triathlete.…
160. Kaitlin Goodman, Professional Runner for the Boston Athletic Association
Jul 31, 2019 • 65 min
Kaitlin Goodman is a professional runner for the Boston Athletic Association and a run coach with a master’s degree in public health. Kaitlin lives in Providence, RI, and trains in Boston, and is a four-time Olympic Trials qualifier. She’s qualified in…
159. Mirinda Carfrae, 3-Time Ironman World Champion
Jul 24, 2019 • 69 min
Mirinda “Rinny” Carfrae is a professional triathlete and three-time Ironman World Champion. On this episode, Rinny talks about her road to swim-bike-run domination, and how she went from a scrappy basketball player to the fastest woman in Kona.
158. Beatie Deutsch, National Marathon Champion of Israel
Jul 17, 2019 • 53 min
Beatie Deutsch is a 29-year-old Orthodox Jewish mom of five in Israel. Despite only starting to run a few years ago, “Speedy Beatie” runs a 2:42 marathon and a 1:17 half marathon. On this episode, she talks about what it’s like being the National Marathon…
157. Motherhood Mondays with Julia Berteletti and Laura Green
Jul 14, 2019 • 73 min
Every week on these Motherhood Mondays episodes, I ask, “Who’s in your village?” I feel so lucky to be able to say that the two women on today’s show — Laura Green and Julia Berteletti — are in mine. Laura lives in Boston, and is mom to 10-month-old Jack.…
156. Sarah MacKay Robinson, Elite Runner
Jul 10, 2019 • 60 min
Sarah “Mac” Robinson is an elite runner, mom of two, and freelancer. On this episode, she gets candid about how her life — on the run and beyond — has changed since becoming a mom. She opens up about her experience with postpartum depression and anxiety,…
155. Motherhood Mondays with Dr. Molly Millwood, Clinical Psychologist
Jul 7, 2019 • 62 min
Dr. Molly Millwood is a clinical psychologist and licensed psychotherapist specializing in marital therapy and intimate relationships. She’s also the author of the just-released book, To Have and To Hold: Motherhood, Marriage, & the Modern Dilemma. On…
154. Motherhood Mondays with Hitha Palepu, on Postpartum Depression, Breaking Points, & Parenting Unapologetically
Jun 30, 2019 • 58 min
Hitha Palepu is an entrepreneur and the CEO of Rhosan Pharmaceuticals, the author of the book How to Pack: Travel Smart for Any Trip, an angel investor and advisor to women-led and women-focused start-ups, the creator of the blog Hitha on the Go, and the…
153. David Willey, Former Editor in Chief of Runner’s World
Jun 26, 2019 • 77 min
David Willey spent 14 years at the helm of Runner’s World. But after announcing his departure from the brand in 2017, he went off the grid. On this episode, David opens up about what made life for the past two years “outlandishly fun, intentionally…
152. Motherhood Mondays with Sashea Lawson AKA Sassy Fit Girl
Jun 23, 2019 • 50 min
Sashea Lawson is perhaps best known by her social media moniker: “Sassy Fit Girl.” Sashea is a mom to 2.5-year-old Skye and three-month-old Marley, and on this episode she talks about what life is like right now as a toddler mom and newborn mom. She talks…
151. Jen Bigham AKA Local Elite
Jun 19, 2019 • 64 min
You may know Jen Bigham as the 2019 winner of the Eugene Marathon. You may also know her the way much of the internet does: as “Local Elite.” On this episode, Jen talks about what it means to be a local elite runner. Not only did Jen win Eugene this year,…
150. Motherhood Mondays with Jill Koziol & Liz Tenety, Co-Founders of Motherly
Jun 16, 2019 • 58 min
When Jill Koziol and Liz Tenety were new moms, they felt alone and overwhelmed. Five—soon to be six—kids later (two for Jill, three with a fourth on the way for Liz), Liz and Jill are co-founders of Motherly, a website and community for moms in all stages…
149. The Women Reporting on Women’s Running
Jun 12, 2019 • 63 min
Welcome to the first-ever Ali on the Run Show roundtable! I was thrilled and honored to get to have this conversation with four of the women leading the charge reporting on the women’s running industry: Erin Strout (Women’s Running), Sarah Lorge Butler…
148. April Cargill on Becoming a Marathoner at 50
Jun 6, 2019 • 58 min
In her twenties, April Cargill was a two-pack-a-day smoker working long days and staying up late nights in the fashion industry in New York City. Today, at 55, the Harlem native is a six-time marathoner on a quest to complete all six World Marathon…
147. Jess Movold, Running & Strength Coach
Jun 5, 2019 • 66 min
Jess Movold is a run and strength coach at Mile High Run Club and The Fort in NYC. She’s the current face of Runner’s World, and is the official Runner’s World Coach. So surely the 3:13 marathoner and 1:29 half marathoner from Missouri always envisioned…
146. Motherhood Mondays with Kate Parker, Author of Strong is the New Pretty
Jun 2, 2019 • 59 min
Kate Parker is the photographer and author behind the best-selling books Strong is the New Pretty and The Heart of a Boy. Her message for children is simple: You, just as you are, are worthy. You don’t need to change who you are. Kids should feel strong…
145. Leigh Anne Sharek, Co-Founder of Brooklyn Track Club
May 29, 2019 • 57 min
Leigh Anne Sharek is the co-founder of the Brooklyn Track Club, co-host of the Runners of NYC podcast, and a forensic scientist for NYC’s chief medical examiner. On this episode, she talks about going from a 4-hour marathon to a 2:41. Leigh Anne, a former…
144. Sara & Ryan Hall
May 22, 2019 • 68 min
Sara and Ryan Hall are one of the best-known couples in the running industry. Ryan is a retired professional runner who holds the American record in both the half marathon and marathon, and represented the U.S. at the 2008 and 2012 Olympics. Sara is a…
143. Motherhood Mondays with Dr. Taraneh Shirazian, OB/GYN & President of Saving Mothers
May 19, 2019 • 55 min
Dr. Taraneh Shirazian is a board-certified OB/GYN at NYU Langone Medical Center, where she’s also the Director of Global Women’s Health at NYU’s College of Global Public Health. In 2009, Dr. Shirazian created the Saving Mothers nonprofit, whose goal is to…
142. Jen Ator, Women’s Running Editor in Chief
May 15, 2019 • 68 min
Last month, Jen Ator was hired as editor in chief of Women’s Running. On this episode, the former Women’s Health fitness director talks about her decision to leave one dream job for another, and shares her hopes for Women’s Running. She shares her running…
141. Motherhood Mondays with Colleen Lubin, Creator of Not Quite Knocked Up
May 12, 2019 • 76 min
“I tried to float somewhere between hopeful and hopeless.” Colleen Lubin’s story is one of a tremendous amount of loss — and, ultimately, one of resiliency and strength. All her life, Colleen dreamed of becoming a mom. But, like the 6.1 million…
140. Carolyn Su, Creator of @diversewerun
May 8, 2019 • 59 min
Carolyn Su is the creator of @diversewerun, where she shares inspiring stories from runners from all backgrounds. Carolyn, a Taiwanese-American daughter of immigrant parents who was raised in Texas, is a strong voice advocating for more diversity and…
139. Motherhood Mondays with Abby Bales, Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist
May 5, 2019 • 52 min
Dr. Abigail Bales is the founder of Reform Physical Therapy in New York City, where she specializes in pregnancy and postpartum rehabilitation, focused on pelvic floor health. In this episode, Abby, a board-certified licensed physical therapist, breaks…
138. Lindsey Hein BONUS EPISODE
May 2, 2019 • 61 min
Lindsey Hein, host of I’ll Have Another, is a returning guest on the Ali on the Run Show. Last month, Lindsey and I — along with fellow podcast hosts Carrie Tollefson and Tina Muir — did a live show during Boston Marathon weekend. But we wanted to keep…
137. Grace Atwood, Creator of The Stripe
May 1, 2019 • 67 min
Grace Atwood is the creator of the blog The Stripe and co-host of the Bad on Paper podcast. With more than 110,000 followers on Instagram, it’s safe to say Grace, who is also a multiple-time marathoner, has made it as a successful full-time blogger and…
136. Motherhood Mondays with Kristin Mallon, Certified Nurse Midwife
Apr 28, 2019 • 61 min
“We talk so much about the physical changes — but I wish we talked more about the emotional pieces in pregnancy.” Welcome to the first episode in a 10-part Motherhood Mondays series on the Ali on the Run Show. The minute I found out I was…
135. Rozalynn Frazier, Health Magazine Senior Fitness Editor
Apr 24, 2019 • 71 min
“I’m in a position where I can help make decisions that put images out there of diverse people. That’s very special, and it’s an important job.” Rozalynn “Roz” Frazier is the senior health editor at Health magazine, where she’s worked for…
134. Women Behind the Mic LIVE in Boston
Apr 22, 2019 • 65 min
I was thrilled to share the Generation UCAN stage during Boston Marathon weekend alongside fellow running podcast hosts Lindsey Hein of I’ll Have Another, Tina Muir of Running For Real, and Carrie Tollefson of C Tolle Run. We sold out more than 600…
133. Melisse Gelula, Co-Founder of Well+Good
Apr 17, 2019 • 64 min
Melisse Gelula is the co-founder of the health and fitness mega-brand Well+Good. On this episode, she talks about starting — and growing — something you believe in, and how Well+Good went from an idea to fill a hole in the publishing industry to a brand…
132. Kate Landau, 2:33 Marathoner
Apr 10, 2019 • 57 min
“I had never been driven by my own desire to get help. It was always other people pushing me to do it. Once I decided on my own and hit that rock bottom, everything got better very quickly.” —Kate Landau Kate Landau is a 42-year-old single mom and…
131. The Fifth Trimester
Apr 3, 2019 • 55 min
“I wanted to hug my former self. I wanted to tell her, ‘It’s OK! It’s going to be OK. It won’t be easy, but you will survive this.’” A few months ago, I recorded a solo episode talking about navigating “The Fourth Trimester.” I was having a tough time…
130. Sadie Lincoln, Founder of Barre3
Mar 27, 2019 • 64 min
Sadie Lincoln is the founder and CEO of Barre3, the boutique fitness brand with more than 130 studios in the US. On this episode, Sadie talks about the unconventional way she was raised and how it shaped her as a student and entrepreneur. She shares how…
129. LIVE at the United Airlines NYC Half
Mar 19, 2019 • 69 min
It was an honor to host this show the day before the NYC Half with Mary Wittenberg, former New York Road Runners & Virgin Sport president and CEO; Christine Burke, VP of Strategic Partnerships and Runner Products at NYRR; Leigh Anne Sharek, co-founder of…
128. Ali & the Experts Week with Dr. Nicole Detling, Sports Psychologist
Mar 12, 2019 • 57 min
Dr. Nicole Detling, founder of Headstrong Consulting, is a mental performance coach for the US Ski & Snowboard Association, Ballet West, tons of Olympians, and members of the PGA, MLB, NBA, NHL, and more. On this episode, she talks about building mental…
127. Ali & the Experts Week with Dr. Rachel Nazarian, Dermatologist
Mar 11, 2019 • 56 min
Dr. Rachel Nazarian is a dermatologist at Schweiger Dermatology in New York City, and is an assistant clinical professor at Mount Sinai. On this episode, she dishes some real talk about skin, including everything she wants women to know about acne, cysts,…
126. Ali & the Experts Week with Shannon McLay, Founder of The Financial Gym
Mar 10, 2019 • 66 min
If you want to run a marathon, you hire a running coach. If you want to get your finances whipped into shape, you hire Shannon McLay, founder & CEO of The Financial Gym and host of the Martinis & Your Money podcast. Shannon is a former Merrill Lynch…
125. Ali & the Experts Week with Dr. Logan Levkoff, Sex & Relationships Educator
Mar 9, 2019 • 51 min
Dr. Logan Levkoff is an expert on sexuality and relationships, and she’s all about promoting honest conversations surrounding both. In addition to being a sexuality educator, Dr. Levkoff is also a television regular, appearing regularly on Good Morning…
124. Ali & the Experts Week with Brynn Fessette O’Neill, Physical Therapist
Mar 8, 2019 • 48 min
Brynn Fessette O’Neill, DPT, is a physical therapist at Finish Line Physical Therapy in New York City. On this episode, she offers advice on prehab, injuries, and recovery.
123. Ali & the Experts Week with Kelly Hogan, Registered Dietitian
Mar 7, 2019 • 54 min
Kelly Hogan is a registered dietitian and many-time marathoner. On this episode, she talks about what it means to be an anti-dietitian, how to question the nutrition information you find on social media, and what all runners should understand about…
122. Ali & the Experts Week with Mary Johnson, Running Coach
Mar 6, 2019 • 57 min
Mary Johnson is a USATF Level-1 certified coach and the founder of Lift, Run, Perform. On this episode, she answers listener questions about coaching, strength training, and that crucial build-up to race day.
121. Anna Kaiser, Founder of AKT
Feb 27, 2019 • 58 min
You may know Anna Kaiser as the creator, founder, and CEO of the dance cardio brand AKT. Maybe you’ve taken — and barely survived — her class, either in person or with AKT On Demand. Or maybe you recognize her from her professional dance days, performing…
120. Bree Branker, NYC Trainer & Fitness Model
Feb 20, 2019 • 69 min
Bree Branker dreamed about growing up & becoming a professional dancer. By 19, she’d made that happen, as a Rockette and on Broadway. But by her twenties, everything changed. Bree finally accepted the nagging hip dysplasia that had been plaguing her body…
119. Love on the Run LIVE at New York Road Runners
Feb 13, 2019 • 56 min
I had a blast hosting this live show with two of NYC’s greatest running couples: Matt Powers and Candice Huffine (he’s an entrepreneur and she’s a supermodel), and Alex Salazar and Krissa Cetner (the couple that got married at mile 6 of the Brooklyn…
118. A Message From Ali
Feb 6, 2019 • 12 min
It’s been a tricky week. So this is a quick check-in to say hi, and to [kind of] explain why I just didn’t get it together to get a “real” episode out this week. Forgive me? Thanks! There’s a lot of good stuff to come on the Ali on the Run Show — I just…
117. Julie Brazitis, Google Brand & Creative Lead
Jan 30, 2019 • 59 min
Julie Brazitis is a brand & creative lead at Google and a yoga instructor. Here, she talks about what it’s like when you realize you’re living the dream—someone else’s dream. She talks about growing up as a competitive gymnast, and the spinal cord injury…
116. Jen Lada, ESPN Reporter
Jan 23, 2019 • 73 min
Jen Lada is a reporter and host for ESPN. She’s also a mom of two, is married to a fellow sports journalist, and is a multiple-time marathoner and triathlete. On this episode, Jen, who primarily covers college football, talks about how she got into sports…
115. Tatyana McFadden, 17-Time Paralympic Medalist
Jan 16, 2019 • 57 min
Tatyana McFadden is a 17-time Paralympic medalist who has won 24 World Marathon Majors. She was born in Russia with Spina Bifida, which left her paralyzed from the waist down. She spent the first six years of her life in an orphanage, crawling on her…
114. The Fourth Trimester
Jan 9, 2019 • 66 min
In just a few days, Annie — my daughter — will be 3 months old. That means I will have reached the end of “the fourth trimester.” So on this episode, I talk about all of it: the pumping, the boob stuff, the expectations, the realities, and the truths. I…
113. Meaghan Murphy, Executive Editor at Good Housekeeping
Jan 2, 2019 • 71 min
As executive editor at Good Housekeeping, Meaghan Murphy has her hands on every page of every issue every month. Before coming to GH, Meaghan worked at YM, Teen People, Cosmopolitan, & Self. On this episode, she opens up about her past with anorexia, the…
112. Sarah Cummings, Sub-Elite Runner
Dec 26, 2018 • 61 min
Sarah Cummings, a 2:34 marathoner, runs for the New York Athletic Club and is a two-time New York Road Runners Runner of the Year. She works long hours in the finance industry in addition to running 100-mile weeks — sometimes include 20-mile run commutes!…
111. Yosef Herzog, Today Show Stage Manager
Dec 19, 2018 • 63 min
For most people, 3:30 AM is the middle of the night. For Yosef Herzog, it’s time to get to work. As stage manager for NBC’s Today show, Yosef starts his day early. As a two-time marathon runner, he ends it late. Yosef is on set by 4:30 AM, leaves after…
110. Olivia Young, Creator of Box + Flow
Dec 12, 2018 • 60 min
Olivia Young is the founder and creator of Box + Flow, a yoga and boxing studio in New York City. But her plan wasn’t always to be in the fitness industry: Olivia, who grew up in Miami Beach, moved to NYC to attend culinary school and pursue a career in…
109. Jes Woods, Nike Run Coach
Dec 5, 2018 • 69 min
As a Nike Run Coach and Flywheel Sports manager in NYC, Jes Woods is living a good life—one she carefully crafted herself after an 8-and-a-half year career in broadcast journalism. Jes is an ultra runner who has completed 16 ultramarathons, including four…
108. 11 Ways I Improved My Confidence
Nov 28, 2018 • 31 min
At some point last year, I realized my once stellar confidence had taken a major hit — so I took action. I started making big and small changes to help boost my self-confidence and to feel like a badass again. On this episode — another solo episode — I’m…
107. The Great Turkey Trot of 2014
Nov 21, 2018 • 36 min
Three years ago, my now-husband, Brian Cristiano, and I lined up at the start of two very different Turkey Trots. Though both races were five miles, the outcomes were vastly dissimilar. I ran the Prospect Park Track Club Turkey Trot in Brooklyn, NY, in a…
106. I Had a Baby!
Nov 14, 2018 • 51 min
I had a baby! On this episode, I’m joined by a very special guest: Annie Leigh Cristiano. Annie was born on October 16, clocking in at 5 lbs. 10 oz. On this solo episode, I’m talking about how the first month with Annie has gone, and how my expectations…
105. Emily Abbate, Fitness Writer & Host of the Hurdle Podcast
Nov 7, 2018 • 67 min
Emily Abbate is a freelance writer, editor, and content creator, a certified personal trainer, a marathoner, and the host of the Hurdle podcast. On this episode, Emily talks about her own #hurdlemoment, and what it took for her to lose 70 pounds — no…
104. Stephanie Bruce
Oct 31, 2018 • 55 min
Happy New York City Marathon Week! The professional field is stacked this year, and among the top competitors is Stephanie Bruce, who trains with NAZ Elite and is sponsored by Hoka One One. Steph made her NYCM debut in 2017 and finished 10th — an…
103. Lauren Fleshman
Oct 24, 2018 • 74 min
Lauren Fleshman is many things: retired professional runner, coach, co-founder of Picky Bars, co-creator of the Believe training journals, creator of the Wilder retreat, one of the faces of Oiselle, USA Track & Field board member, co-host of the Work,…
102. Ashley Fizzarotti AKA Running Bun
Oct 17, 2018 • 60 min
Ashley Fizzarotti — best known on the internet as “Running Bun” — joins the Ali on the Run Show fresh off a huge personal record and first Boston qualifying time at the Chicago Marathon. Ashley is a 5-time marathoner who has shaved nearly an hour off her…
101. Jeannie Klisiewicz of The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Oct 10, 2018 • 67 min
You probably know Jeannie Klisiewicz as the bubbly, always super excited receptionist and often-on-camera star of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (She even has her own show: Life’s First-Evers with Jeannie!) On this episode, Jeannie shares the amazing (and…
100. Des Linden, 2018 Boston Marathon Champion
Oct 3, 2018 • 50 min
On this episode, 2018 Boston Marathon winner Desiree Linden recaps her monumental 2018 victory, and talks about her recent Rock ‘N’ Roll Philadelphia Half Marathon win. Des is gearing up to run the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon, so she also talks about…
99. One Month Until Baby!
Sep 26, 2018 • 66 min
In honor of our third wedding anniversary and the realization that Baby Cristiano’s due date is just one month away, Brian and I decided to record an episode about all things, marriage, pregnancy, baby, and life. We talk about our decision to work with a…
98. Mary Wittenberg, Former CEO of New York Road Runners & Virgin Sport
Sep 19, 2018 • 74 min
Mary Wittenberg is the former president & CEO of New York Road Runners & race director of the New York City Marathon, & was the Global CEO of Virgin Sport. Mary is largely credited for turning marathon running into a spectator sport, & for getting female…
97. Amy Cragg
Sep 12, 2018 • 47 min
In February, Amy Cragg — who runs for the Bowerman Track Club — ran a 5-minute personal best at the Tokyo Marathon. She finished 3rd, and solidified her spot among the greats, becoming the 5th fastest female American marathoner. Now, Amy is gearing up to…
96. LIVE at NYRR RunnerCon with Jenny Simpson, Emma Coburn, & Peter Ciaccia
Sep 10, 2018 • 50 min
I was thrilled when New York Road Runners asked me to be part of the organization’s first RunnerCon event in New York City. Enjoy the recording from the live show, where I had the best time chatting with an all-star lineup: New York Road Runners President…
95. Keri Blunt, Goodr’s VP of Everything
Sep 5, 2018 • 57 min
Keri Blunt is the VP of Everything at Goodr, the sunglasses company that has taken over the running world. But Keri’s goal was never to work in the running industry. Her original plan — after graduating valedictorian at 16 — was to become a doctor. She…
94. Ellen Latham, Creator of Orangetheory Fitness
Aug 29, 2018 • 51 min
Ellen Latham is the creator and co-founder of Orangetheory Fitness. Orangetheory is the fastest-growing fitness franchise in the world: It’s in 18 countries, it brought in more than $700 million in sales last year, and it recently opened its 1000th…
93. Jeni Novak, Founder of Novak Entertainment
Aug 22, 2018 • 73 min
Jeni Novak is a super successful hair and makeup artist in Los Angeles. She and her husband — who met while dancing on tour with Miley Cyrus — run their own creative agency and production company, Novak Entertainment, and their clients include Lululemon,…
92. Laura Anderson, 2018 Buffalo Marathon Winner
Aug 15, 2018 • 61 min
Laura Anderson is a full-time working mom and McKirdy Trained running coach based in Rochester, NY. Laura had her daughter, Hannah, a little over a year ago, and in May she ran — and won — her first big postpartum race. On this episode, Laura reflects on…
91. What’s New With You Week with Sarah Sellers
Aug 7, 2018 • 26 min
After the 2018 Boston Marathon, everyone wanted to meet second place finisher Sarah Sellers. Today, Sarah is a nurse anesthetist living in Arizona, but her life looks a little different post-Boston. She’s no longer and unknown, unsponsored runner — she…
90. What’s New With You Week with Gwen Jorgensen
Aug 6, 2018 • 29 min
When Gwen Jorgensen was on the Ali on the Run Show earlier this year, she had just moved to Portland, OR, and had announced her next big goal: to transition from Olympic gold medal-winning triathlete to Olympic gold medal-winning marathoner. Gwen has been…
89. What’s New With You Week with Janae Baron
Aug 5, 2018 • 44 min
When Janae Baron was on the Ali on the Run Show last December, she was 37 weeks pregnant, so needless to say, she’s seen some big changes now that she has an eight-month-old daughter, Skye, added to her six-member family! On this episode, Janae talks…
88. What’s New With You Week with Allie Kieffer
Aug 4, 2018 • 39 min
When Allie Kieffer was on Episode 46 of the Ali on the Run Show last fall, she was fresh off a 5th-place finish at the 2017 New York City Marathon. Her 2:29 finish was huge: She was this unknown, unsponsored runner from Buffalo, NY, who was the first…
87. What’s New With You Week with Michele Gonzalez
Aug 3, 2018 • 38 min
The last time Michele Gonzalez (AKA “NYC Running Mama”) was on the show, she was gearing up to run the 2017 Boston Marathon. During that episode, Michele and I joked about someday being pregnant at the same time — and now here we are, both expecting…
86. What’s New With You Week with Kara Goucher
Aug 2, 2018 • 46 min
Kara Goucher is back on the Ali on the Run Show, talking about her new book, Strong, how keeping a confidence journal changed her life, and where her running career is at right now. She also talks about the current state of women’s running, and reflects…
85. What’s New With You Week with Emily Halnon
Aug 1, 2018 • 39 min
Emily Halnon was the very first guest on the Ali on the Run Show, and now she’s back to kick off What’s New With You Week. Emily is an ultra runner who lives in Eugene, OR, by way of Washington, DC, and Vermont. When we last talked on the show, Emily was…
84. Career Q&A with Katie Burke
Jul 25, 2018 • 57 min
Katie Burke is the Chief People Officer at HubSpot, a marketing software company in Boston that employs more than 2,300 people worldwide. Of those 2,300, Katie was the company’s first female to land a spot in the c-suite. (Today, 45 percent of the…
83. Ryan Linden, Ironman, Entrepreneur, & Husband to Des Linden
Jul 18, 2018 • 56 min
If Ryan Linden’s name sounds familiar, that’s because yes, he’s married to 2018 Boston Marathon winner Desiree Linden. On this episode, Ryan breaks down every detail from that life-changing Marathon Monday. He also shares what Des is like on race morning,…
82. Tim & Jessica Murphy, Co-Founders of BibRave
Jul 11, 2018 • 68 min
Tim and Jessica Murphy are the husband-and-wife team behind BibRave, the Yelp for runners. On this episode, they share their journey to entrepreneurship, the challenges they’ve faced along the way, and the moments that made them question everything. Plus,…
81. Rob Krar, Ultra Runner & Mental Health Advocate
Jul 4, 2018 • 64 min
Rob Krar is one of the kings of ultra running. He was a middle-distance runner through college, and then insisted he was done running forever. Famous last words: Though Rob did take a break from running (during which time he worked grueling 12-hour…
80. Amelia Boone, Ultra Runner & World’s Toughest Mudder
Jun 27, 2018 • 63 min
By day, Amelia Boone is a lawyer at Apple, and by very early morning, she’s a four-time world champion obstacle racer and self-proclaimed “budding ultra runner.” Amelia lives in San Jose, CA, and is a glutton for punishment — hence her race distance of…
79. Kayla Itsines
Jun 20, 2018 • 45 min
With 10 million followers on Instagram, and 22 million on Facebook, Kayla Itsines is arguably the world’s most famous fitness personality and trainer. She’s the co-creator of the Bikini Body Guides (BBG) workouts and the brains behind the Sweat app. But…
78. Wesley Little, Couples Therapist
Jun 13, 2018 • 68 min
Wesley Little is a licensed professional counselor specializing in couples therapy, and she’s here to answer all of my — and your — burning questions. On this episode, Wesley talks about her indirect route to becoming a therapist (including a detour…
77. Ali on the Run Show LIVE! Featuring Meb Keflezighi, Andrea Barber, Chris Heuisler, and Des Linden
Jun 6, 2018 • 59 min
When I launched the Ali on the Run Show, I knew right away I wanted to eventually host live events. I love sharing conversations on this show every week, but human, in-real-life connection is so powerful. I wanted to have those conversations with a live…
76. BONUS EPISODE: Brian Cristiano Sprints to the Finish
May 31, 2018 • 4 min
On this bonus episode, Brian Cristiano, founder and CEO of BOLD Worldwide (and my husband!), tests out a new round of Sprint to the Finish questions. Click here to listen to Brian on Episode 75 of the Ali on the Run Show.
75. Brian Cristiano, CEO of BOLD Worldwide
May 30, 2018 • 82 min
Brian Cristiano is the CEO of BOLD Worldwide, a media marketing company in NYC. Last year, Brian announced his goal to build BOLD to a $100 million agency, and while he may be super successful now, that wasn’t always the case. On this episode, he shares…
74. Sarah Clancy, Founder of Sarah Marie Design Studio
May 23, 2018 • 55 min
Sarah Clancy is the founder and creator of Sarah Marie Design Studio. The runner-specific apparel and accessories company was born two years ago, and almost instantly gained a devoted following including the likes of Kara Goucher, Molly Huddle, and Andrea…
73. Erin Strout, Runner’s World Contributing Editor
May 16, 2018 • 67 min
Erin Strout was at the Boston Marathon finish line when Meb Keflezighi won the race in 2014. She was there when Shalane Flanagan won the New York City Marathon in 2017, and for Desiree Linden’s historic 2018 Boston Marathon victory. As a freelance writer…
72. Liz Plosser, Women’s Health Editor in Chief
May 9, 2018 • 60 min
Liz Plosser was named Editor in Chief of Women’s Health at the beginning of 2018, and her rise to the role wasn’t fueled by fate. Liz, who grew up in Kansas City, MO, worked her marathoning booty off to get to where she is today. After starting out in…
71. Lori & David Feller AKA Mom & Dad on the Run
May 2, 2018 • 69 min
Some people say I’m just like my mom. Others swear I’m a clone of my dad. On this episode, you get to decide! I am thrilled to welcome Lori and David Feller — my parents! — to the Ali on the Run Show. We chat about how they met, how they survived…
70. Katie Burke, Chief People Officer at HubSpot
Apr 25, 2018 • 57 min
Katie Burke is the Chief People Officer at HubSpot, where she became the first female in the company’s c-suite. In this episode, Katie shares why she’s so passionate about empowering women in the workplace, and opens up about her career failures —…
69. Sarah Sellers, 2nd Female at the 2018 Boston Marathon
Apr 18, 2018 • 41 min
“Who is Sarah Sellers?” That’s the question everyone was asking after the Tucson, AZ runner finished second at the 2018 Boston Marathon. Sarah isn’t a professional runner. She doesn’t have a sponsor. And she paid her own Boston Marathon entry fee. But on…
68. We’re Having a Baby!
Apr 11, 2018 • 61 min
Brian and I are so excited to tell the world that we are having a baby! I’m 12 weeks pregnant, and am due October 23. On this episode, we answer all the questions we keep getting from friends, family, and total strangers (“Was this planned?! Were you…
67. Tina Muir, Host of the Running For Real Podcast
Apr 4, 2018 • 52 min
Tina Muir is a 2:36 marathoner, a new mom, and the host of the Running For Real podcast. Tina went viral last year when she announced her decision to stop running. Her reason: She hadn’t had her period in nine years. Tina opened up about her struggle with…
66. Boston Marathon Talk with Molly Huddle
Mar 28, 2018 • 28 min
On April 16, Molly Huddle will be among a strong field of indomitable professional American women racing the Boston Marathon. This will only be Molly’s second marathon: She made her 26.2-mile debut at the 2016 TCS New York City Marathon. On this episode,…
65. Bianna Golodryga, CBS News Correspondent & CNN Contributor
Mar 21, 2018 • 64 min
Bianna Golodryga is a CBS News correspondent & contributor at CNN. She’s the former weekend anchor of Good Morning America, and worked at Yahoo News. Bianna was born in the former Soviet Union & moved to the United States when she was 18 months old. On…
64. Desiree Linden
Mar 14, 2018 • 46 min
Des Linden is a professional distance runner who has represented the U.S. at the London and Rio Olympics. She runs for the Hansons-Brooks Distance Project, and is a 2:22 marathoner. Next month, Des will race the Boston Marathon, & on this episode she…
63. Dr. Meggie Q&A Part II: Fertility, Infertility, Labor, Delivery, & Advice
Mar 7, 2018 • 40 min
On Part II of this two-part episode, Dr. Meggie Smith answers listener questions about fertility, infertility, and giving birth, plus all kinds of personal stuff, like what med school is really like, what it takes to gross her out, how to date when you’re…
62. Gabe Grunewald, Professional Runner & 4-Time Cancer Survivor
Feb 28, 2018 • 61 min
Gabe Grunewald is a professional runner and four-time rare cancer survivor. She was first diagnosed with Adenoid Cycstic Carcinoma when she was in college. Instead of finishing her collegiate running career on a high note, Gabe was faced with a difficult…
61. Dr. Meggie Q&A Part I: Egg Freezing, Periods, Hormones, & Birth Control
Feb 21, 2018 • 62 min
Dr. Meggie made her Ali on the Run Show debut last year as an OB/GYN resident at the NYU Langone Medical Center in NYC. After graduating, Meggie moved to L.A., where she’s pursuing her fellowship in reproductive endocrinology & infertility at USC. On this…
60. Emma Coburn
Feb 14, 2018 • 58 min
Emma Coburn is a professional middle-distance runner who competed at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic games. On this episode, she talks about being coached by her husband, explains the unintentional way she got into the steeplechase, and talks about what it was…
59. Emily Saul, Co-Leader of November Project Boston
Feb 7, 2018 • 61 min
“When you show up with this army, this incredible…
58. “Preppy Runner” Theodora Blanchfield
Jan 31, 2018 • 70 min
“It was this weird moment of knowing I was on the…
57. Date Night with Ali & Brian: On Dreams, Goals, Fear, & Failure
Jan 24, 2018 • 71 min
“I went on this amazing trip, and I thought every…
56. Susan Pass, Nurse & 3:18 Marathoner
Jan 17, 2018 • 56 min
“You should talk more and smile. It’s my favorite…
55. Nick Symmonds
Jan 10, 2018 • 51 min
“I wanted to prove to everyone that all the sacri…
54. Gwen Jorgensen, Olympic Gold Medalist & Professional Triathlete
Jan 3, 2018 • 35 min
“It’s easy as an athlete to know what your body i…
53. Kate Grace
Dec 27, 2017 • 56 min
It’s been a big few years for professional runner…
52. The Brian Cristiano Takeover Episode
Dec 21, 2017 • 75 min
I’m fresh off a life-changing trip to California,…
51. Molly Huddle
Dec 19, 2017 • 49 min
You know her, you love her, and she’s here today:…
50. “Hungry Runner Girl” Janae Baron
Dec 13, 2017 • 72 min
This week, I am thrilled to welcome to the Ali on…
49. Abby Bales, Founder of Reform Physical Therapy
Dec 6, 2017 • 59 min
Abby Bales is the founder of Reform Physical Ther…
48. Sally Bergesen, CEO & Founder of Oiselle
Nov 29, 2017 • 51 min
Sally Bergesen is the founder and CEO of Oiselle,…
47. Brian Cristiano’s Great Turkey Trot of 2014
Nov 22, 2017 • 34 min
Three years ago, my now-husband Brian Cristiano a…
46. Allie Kieffer
Nov 15, 2017 • 59 min
Shalane Flanagan may have won this year’s TCS New…
45. Andrea Barber AKA Full House’s Kimmy Gibbler!
Nov 9, 2017 • 58 min
Today, the Ali on the Run Show is going Gibbler! …
44. Chris Heuisler’s Most Embarrassing Running Moment!
Nov 4, 2017 • 8 min
You are in for a treat today! On this episode, Ch…
43. Kara Goucher
Oct 25, 2017 • 54 min
Kara Goucher is a professional distance runner wi…
42. Professional Runner Neely Spence Gracey
Oct 19, 2017 • 58 min
I am thrilled to welcome Adidas-sponsored profess…
41. Danielle Cemprola of “The T-Rex Runner”
Sep 28, 2017 • 59 min
Danielle Cemprola is the blogger behind the popul…
40. Dr. Leah Lagos, Clinical Sport & Performance Psychologist
Aug 31, 2017 • 40 min
Dr. Leah Lagos is a clinical sport and performanc…
39. Registered Dietitian Kelly Hogan
Aug 3, 2017 • 62 min
Kelly Hogan is the Clinical Nutrition and Wellnes…
38. I’m Back!
Jul 18, 2017 • 33 min
Is this thing on?! It’s been a month since the la…
37. Lindsey Hein, Host of the I’ll Have Another Podcast
Jun 15, 2017 • 72 min
We’re flipping the script today and I’m putting L…
36. On “Motivational Phrases”
Jun 13, 2017 • 27 min
Motivational phrases are meant to inspire us — bu…
35. Mia Michaels, Choreographer, Director & So You Think You Can Dance OG
Jun 8, 2017 • 65 min
Mia Michaels is a legendary choreographer and dir…
34. Global Running Day & Why I Run
Jun 6, 2017 • 31 min
Global Running Day is Wednesday, June 7! So on th…
33. Natalie Morales, TODAY Show Anchor & Host of Access Hollywood
Jun 1, 2017 • 42 min
I was so excited to record this episode with one …
32. Crohn’s Disease Q&A
May 30, 2017 • 38 min
I’ve had Crohn’s disease for 25 years, and there …
31. Dan Nevins: Army Veteran, Double Amputee & Yoga Teacher
May 25, 2017 • 66 min
Dan Nevins is a yoga instructor and motivational …
30. My Crohn’s Disease Story
May 23, 2017 • 21 min
I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease when I was 7…
29. Meredith Kennedy, Marketing Operations Manager at BuzzFeed
May 18, 2017 • 58 min
Meredith Kennedy is the Marketing Operations Mana…
28. Let’s Talk Running Pet Peeves
May 16, 2017 • 23 min
I love running! That’s no secret. I love doing it…
27. Meggie Smith, MD, Chief Resident in OB-GYN at NYU Langone Medical Center
May 11, 2017 • 63 min
Meggie Smith is a chief resident in OB-GYN at the…
26. My Running Story
May 9, 2017 • 34 min
I never expected to be a runner — and I certainly…
25. Bethany Lyons, Founder of Lyons Den Power Yoga
May 4, 2017 • 72 min
Bethany Lyons is the owner, founder, and CEO of L…
24. Talk Thirties to Me: Lessons I’ve Learned Since Turning 30
May 2, 2017 • 30 min
It’s no secret that I love being in my thirties. …
23. Lauren Conkey: 3:18 Marathoner, Mother & Public Health Advocate
Apr 27, 2017 • 56 min
Lauren Conkey is 3:18 marathoner, vegetarian, and…
22. How I Finally Got Over My Body Issues
Apr 25, 2017 • 30 min
On this episode, I talk about my history with bod…
21: Brynn Fessette O’Neill, Physical Therapist at Finish Line Physical Therapy
Apr 20, 2017 • 60 min
Brynn Fessette O’Neill is a physical therapist at…
20. Stop Waiting
Apr 18, 2017 • 8 min
I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching lately, s…
19. Michele Gonzalez AKA NYC Running Mama
Apr 13, 2017 • 73 min
Michele Gonzalez, best known as NYC Running Mama,…
18. My Running & Life Mantras
Apr 11, 2017 • 20 min
Words can be powerful! On this episode, I talk ab…
17. Relationship Q&A with Brian Cristiano
Apr 6, 2017 • 67 min
We’re mixing things up on this episode to dish ou…
16. We Were All New Runners Once!
Apr 4, 2017 • 26 min
We were all new runners once! On this episode, Lu…
15. Page Williams, Ironman, Blogger, LinkedIn Digital Strategist
Mar 30, 2017 • 68 min
Page Williams is a California-based triathlete an…
14. My 10 Favorite Races
Mar 28, 2017 • 23 min
On this episode, I count down the top 10 races I’…
13. Chris Mosier, Transgender Athlete & Advocate
Mar 23, 2017 • 78 min
Chris Mosier is a Hall of Fame triathlete and dua…
12. Thoughts We Had During Our First Half Marathons
Mar 21, 2017 • 18 min
On this episode, my friend Lucy Wallace and I sha…
11. Candice Huffine, Model, Runner, and Founder of Project Start
Mar 16, 2017 • 72 min
Even if you don’t know her name, you definitely k…
10. The Worst Mistakes I’ve Made as a Runner
Mar 14, 2017 • 20 min
On this episode, I share my roundup of the worst …
09. Sarah Conklin, 3:37 Marathoner & Picky Bars Employee
Mar 9, 2017 • 64 min
Sarah Conklin is perhaps best known on the intern…
08. The 10 Most Influential People in My Running Life
Mar 7, 2017 • 22 min
On this episode, I share my list of the top 10 pe…
07. Megha Doshi, Local Marketing Director at Strava
Mar 2, 2017 • 68 min
Megha Doshi is the local marketing director for S…
06. Chris Heuisler, the National Run Concierge for Westin Hotels and Resorts
Feb 23, 2017 • 65 min
Chris Heuisler is the National Run Concierge for …
05. Alice Saunders, Creator of Forestbound and 3:19 Marathoner
Feb 16, 2017 • 58 min
Alice Saunders is the creator of Forestbound, a B…
04. Running Coach John Honerkamp
Feb 9, 2017 • 71 min
John Honerkamp is a former Olympic Trials qualifi…
03. Alison Desir, Founder of Harlem Run
Feb 9, 2017 • 63 min
Alison Desir is a runner, writer, and blogger, an…
02. Brian Cristiano — Being Married to Someone with Crohn’s Disease
Feb 9, 2017 • 59 min
Brian Cristiano is the founder and CEO of BOLD Wo…
01. Ultramarathoner Emily Halnon
Feb 9, 2017 • 62 min
Emily Halnon is an ultramarathoner who lives in E…
00. Welcome to the Ali on the Run Show
Feb 9, 2017 • 2 min
Welcome to the Ali on the Run Show — your best ru…