Running Story

Running Story

Published by: UpDoc Media
9 Episodes | First Released: Jul 28 '15
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rdxpat
Mar 17 '17
Rating:   8
Good but need much better audio

Interesting people and stories. I'd have rated this 5 stars but the audio quality is pretty bad. The voices echo and it sounds like both Amanda and guests are speaking in a tunnel. I'm a fan of Amanda's from AMR, so if she fixes this one tiny bug, I'm sure she'll have the rest of her posse listening too!

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Carly Pizzani
Dec 15 '15
Rating:   10
Great interview skills

Loving this new podcast series from Amanda Loudin, who wrote the Miss Zippy blog. It's a great listen for a run, or to get excited to go for a run - Amanda interviews a mix of runners: professionals, Olympians, new runners and more. I really like her style of interviewing, she's able to put her subject at ease and lead the discussion without having to interrupt. Really loving listening to these!

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Tina Muir
Nov 22 '15
Rating:   10
Interesting and fun!

LOVE this podcast! I really enjoy learning about the history and background of runners from different backgrounds. Amanda researches her guests, and asks some fascinating questions to give us insight into what shaped these runners into the people they are today. Great for providing perspective, and reminding us just how lucky we are to be able to run!

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VitaTrain4Life
Sep 16 '15
Rating:   10
Compelling!

This “running story” is perfect for a 30-45 minute run and will have the miles flying by. Not only is this ultra runner humble, he has amazing stories to tell, the least of which is the marathon in flip flops. Hearing about his grueling journeys of completing multiple ultra races, and his laundry list of injuries, will have you wishing there was more to this interview. Loved it!

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MomOnTheRunsanity
Sep 11 '15
Rating:   10
So Exciting!!!

Love this idea. No matter how many runner’s stories I hear, I still want to hear more. Everyone finds a home in running for a different story, and each person’s running story is so unique and interesting to me. Loved the intro, loved the 1st episode with the fill-flop runner….can’t wait to hear what’s next.

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