Sarah and co-host Amanda Loudin converse candidly with four women who fell out of their …Sarah and co-host Amanda Loudin converse candidly with four women who fell out of their running groove to learn how they are finding their way back—or discovering a new way. The first guest, Maggie Palmer, was just starting to … Read More
Let Another Mother Runner do the talking for miles on end—or while you’re folding laundry, cooking dinner, driving carpool, doing a mindless task at the office, or whipping up a craft project: The Another Mother Runner podcast covers the gamut of topics helpful to women who run. From nutrition to mental toughness, marathon training to returning to running post-partum, we chat—and laugh—about it all amongst ourselves and with guest experts.
We're like your best running friends: ready to go any time you are and promise to keep you entertained. Best part? We even talk on the uphills!
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Sarah and co-host Dimity dive deeply into Dimity’s long-term injury—and the fact it’s …Sarah and co-host Dimity dive deeply into Dimity’s long-term injury—and the fact it’s going to keep her from running for the foreseeable future. With her signature candor, Dimity talks about why her quarter-century of running … Read More
Sarah and co-host Adrienne Martini dig deep for a highly informative (and entertaining!) conversation about …Sarah and co-host Adrienne Martini dig deep for a highly informative (and entertaining!) conversation about pelvic floor health with Julie Wiebe, a physical therapist specializing in women’s health and sports medicine + a mom of two. Julie starts … Read More
Sarah and co-host Amanda Loudin are here to help you get moving more quickly and …Sarah and co-host Amanda Loudin are here to help you get moving more quickly and how to get yourself (and maybe your kids!) out the door, back at your desk, or off to bed after a workout. … Read More
This show is almost like a trio of co-hosts: Sarah and co-host Molly …This show is almost like a trio of co-hosts: Sarah and co-host Molly pick the brain of Coach Amanda for insight into a training slump - and advice on how to pull yourself out of … Read More
Sarah and co-host Molly are joined by two guests who offer valuable insight …Sarah and co-host Molly are joined by two guests who offer valuable insight into prehab: the simple moves that can help you with avoiding running injuries. First is Britny Fowler, a personal trainer who leads … Read More
A repeat episode although the guest’s life has changed radically since recording the …A repeat episode although the guest’s life has changed radically since recording the show: Alison Overholt gave birth to a second child last summer, and a few months prior to that, she was named editor in chief of ESPN … Read More
Sarah and co-host Adrienne Martini talk about running injuries and prevention with Dr. David Geier, a …Sarah and co-host Adrienne Martini talk about running injuries and prevention with Dr. David Geier, a respected orthopedic surgeon and sports medicine specialist in Charleston, South Carolina, and host of his own podcast. Dr. David answers a slew of questions … Read More
Sarah and Ellison Weist convene for the fourth annual summer reading podcast to discuss their …Sarah and Ellison Weist convene for the fourth annual summer reading podcast to discuss their favorite new books—plus a few fabulous classics. They start with fiction, and the duo soon realizes how many of the novels have … Read More
Sarah and co-host Molly Williams tackle the topic of amenorrhea (the cessation of …Sarah and co-host Molly Williams tackle the topic of amenorrhea (the cessation of menstrual periods) with two guests. First up: Retired professional runner Tina Muir, who candidly talks about not having a period for nine (9!!) years. … Read More