Running On Indy: Episode 25
Tune into to Episode 25 of Running On Indy featuring our biggest fan Scott Jacobson. Scott joins us for a casual running conversation and more. Sneak preview…the more might include us doing our best dog impressions!
Running On Indy: Episode 24
Episode 24 of Running On Indy features three local Indy women, Anna Webber, Kelby Laughner, and Olivia Ballew, who recently qualified for the US Olympic Marathon Trials. We discuss their incredible running stories and put to rest the age-old debate over sweet vs. dry wine.
Running On Indy: Episode 23
Episode 23 of Running On Indy features fellow 361 Athlete and 2020 Olympic hopeful Sarah Crouch. Sarah is a former NCAA Division II National Champion in the 10,000 meters and recently finished 6th place, 1st American, at the Chicago Marathon.
Running On Indy: Episode 22
Make sure to tune into Episode 22, The heart rate training doesn’t suck…if you do it right…, edition of Running On Indy. Our guest Coach Matt Ebersole of Personal Best Training makes his second appearance on the show and fills us in on how to train properly using a heart rate monitor.
Running On Indy: Episode 21
Episode 21 of Running On Indy features Andy Martin, owner of Exclamation Services a Sports Management and Marketing Company. Andy talks about some exciting upcoming USATF Indiana events and Blake and Jesse talk about their recent athletic endeavors on the World Stage.
Running On Indy: Episode 20
Episode 20 of Running On Indy features the legendary ultra runner Camille Herron. Camille has several world ultra championship wins and world records on her resume, including the fastest marathon time, ever run in a Spider-Man costume. Tune in and listen to Camille’s story on how she has become one of the fastest US female ultrarunners of all time!
Running On Indy: Episode 19
Episode 19 of Running On Indy features elite race walker Melissa Moeller. Melissa recently placed 5th at the USA national championships in the 20K race walk and is a 2020 Olympic games hopeful. In this episode she walks us through, pun intended, how race walking began, the difference between race walking and running, and everything in between.
Running On Indy: Episode 18
Episode 18 of Running On Indy features the American Record Holder in the Beer Mile, Chris Robertson. In Addition to his American Record, Chris also won the Beer Mile World Classic Title in 2017. Make sure to tune in and find out all about the beer mile, from the rules to training tips from the best beer miler in the country!
Running On Indy: Episode 17
Join us for Episode 17, The Global Running Day 2018 Edition, of Running On Indy! In this episode, we sat down with you, the listeners of our show, as you shared your running stories, both inspirational and comical!
Running On Indy: Episode 16
Episode 16 of Running On Indy features renowned sports psychologist Dr. Christopher Carr of St. Vincent Sports Performance. Dr. Carr has over 28 years of applied practice in the area of sport and performance psychology at the collegiate, Olympic, and professional levels of the sport. Tune in to get his insight on how to overcome everything from performance anxiety to deal with running injuries and more.
Running On Indy: Episode 15
In Episode 15 of Running On Indy, we talk injury prevention with Physical Therapists Matthew Hamilton, and Anna Thomas of Athletico. Tune in to get tips on how to stay healthy and training hard for your next big race!
Running On Indy: Episode 14
Episode 14 of Running On Indy features Paralympic athlete Ayden Jent. You don’t want to miss Ayden’s story of overcoming Cerebral Palsy to become one of the best Paralympic sprinters in the world!
Running On Indy:Episode 13
In Episode 13 of Running On Indy, (The Runner Mom Edition), we chat with Jen Rossano and LoraLee Weaver about the balancing act of raising multiple children and running at a high level. Jen is a three-time Boston Marathon qualifier, and LoraLee will be running her first Boston Marathon in April.
Running On Indy: Episode 12
In Episode 12 (The Runner Dad Edition) of Running On Indy, we talk with local runners Mike Cole, and Chris Galloway about being a father, and still perusing their running addiction. In addition to being great runners, both men are also successful local business owners and are raising three children apiece.
Running On Indy: Episode 11
In Episode 11 of Running On Indy, we talk with local running legend Gary Romesser about the challenges of aging and running. Gary holds several American age group records and has won the One America 500 Festival Mini Marathon 5 times. You won’t want to miss Gary’s tips on how to stay motivated and moving while getting older!
Running On Indy: Episode 10
In Episode 10 we talk strength and mobility with co-owner of the Loft in Broad Ripple, (Indianapolis), Doug Robinson. Doug, along with being an accomplished triathlete, has coached thousands of athletes over the years with a balanced approach, focusing on functional movement patterns to keep athletes healthy and competing at their highest level.
Running On Indy: Episode 9
Episode 9 features Sports Nutritionist and two time Olympic Trials Qualifier Jackie Dikos. Along with great nutrition tips, Jackie talks about her latest book, Finish Line Fueling, and her soon to be opened restaurant/brewery, Field Brewing!
Running On Indy: Episode 8
In Episode 8 Blake and Jesse sit down and talk with the boys Head Cross Country Coach at Carmel high school, Colin Altevogt. Colin’s team just recently won the Indiana State Championship and placed second at the Nike Midwest meet. You won’t want to miss the recap of both exciting races and more.
Running On Indy: Episode 7
In Episode 7 of Running On Indy Blake and Jesse sit down and talk with the Zionsville girls head cross country coach Suzanne Rigg and her daughter Sophia Rigg. On October 29th Suzanne lead her team to Zionsville High School’s first ever girls Cross Country state championship. The team was lead by her daughter Sophia’s 7th place finish. You won’t want to miss these two amazing women talk about this historic race and more.
Running On Indy: Episode 6
In Episode 6 of Running On Indy, the He did it!!! edition, we talk with Andrew Peterson who as of November 4th is only the second Special Olympic Athlete in history to qualify for the Boston Marathon. Joining Andrew in studio is his father Criag Peterson, Shadreck Kamwendo the Director for Health and Fitness for Special Olympics Indiana, and Joey McQueen volunteer for the November Project.
Click here, We want to send Andrew to Boston in Style!, to donate to the fundraiser we mentioned in this episode.
Running On Indy: Episode 5
Blake and Jesse sit down with elite athlete Noah Droddy in Episode 5. Noah, an Irvington native, has run one of the fastest half marathons by an American in history, with a time of 61:48! You won’t want to miss his story of transitioning from D3 college athlete to a US distance superstar.
Running On Indy: Episode 4
We tackle the importance of having a good support network in Episode 4, the Runners Wives Edition. Two lovely women plus some adult beverages equals a great conversation you won’t want to miss!
Running On Indy: Episode 3
In Episode 3 we have a frank conversation with Liz Navarre, Senior Director for Marketing and Development for Back on My Feet Indy, and Wes Doty, an alumni member of Back on My Feet Indy. You won’t want to miss Wes’ inspiring story of overcoming homelessness and addiction through running.
Running On Indy: Episode 2
Episode 2 features our personal running coach Matt Ebersole. Matt founded his coaching business, Personal Best Training, in 1991. Since then he has worked with over 7,000 runners of all abilities. In this episode we chat about everything from the pitfalls of being a new runner, to Matt’s best coaching moments over the years.
Running On Indy: Episode 1
In the first episode of, Runnning On Indy, Blake and Jesse chat about why they are doing the show, and a little bit about there backgrounds. If this were a race you could call this the warm up edition.