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Join Julia Hanlon, creator and host of the Running On Om for Chapter Two of the podcast in 2019, featuring insightful conversations with women who have committed their lives to endurance sports and the outdoors. In Chapter One of Running On Om, from 2013-2016, Julia embarked on a journey to explore questions of the mind, body and spirit connection with a diverse range of guests. After taking a break from the podcast, Julia is back and excited to explore how female endurance athletes and outdoor adventurers navigate these questions and more. Running On Om strives to empower, uplift and inspire all who listen to these powerful stories, all the while elevating the women who share them. Please visit www.runningonom.com for more information

Join Julia Hanlon, creator and host of the Running On Om for Chapter Two of the podcast in 2019, featuring insightful conversations with women who have committed their lives to endurance sports and the outdoors. In Chapter One of Running On Om, from 2013-2016, Julia embarked on a journey to explore questions of the mind, body and spirit connection with a diverse range of guests. After taking a break from the podcast, Julia is back and excited to explore how female endurance athletes and outdoor adventurers navigate these questions and more. Running On Om strives to empower, uplift and inspire all who listen to these powerful stories, all the while elevating the women who share them. Please visit www.runningonom.com for more information

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United States

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Join Julia Hanlon, creator and host of the Running On Om for Chapter Two of the podcast in 2019, featuring insightful conversations with women who have committed their lives to endurance sports and the outdoors. In Chapter One of Running On Om, from 2013-2016, Julia embarked on a journey to explore questions of the mind, body and spirit connection with a diverse range of guests. After taking a break from the podcast, Julia is back and excited to explore how female endurance athletes and outdoor adventurers navigate these questions and more. Running On Om strives to empower, uplift and inspire all who listen to these powerful stories, all the while elevating the women who share them. Please visit www.runningonom.com for more information

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English


Episodes

Julia Hanlon on The Future of ROO

12/3/2020
In this mini episode, Julia Hanlon discusses the future of the ROO podcast. After taking a planned 2-month break from the podcast, Julia has decided to take an indefinite break. In this episode, Julia explains the why behind taking an indefinite break and expresses her gratitude to the amazing ROO team, listener community, and sponsors. To stay in touch with Julia, feel free to email her at runningonom@gmail.com Stay up to date with what Julia is offering through her twice yearly...

Duration:00:04:51

Soul Sister Sessions on Gratitude and Injury

9/29/2020
This month's Soul Sister Sessions is all about gratitude and the relationship gratitude has with running and life. Abbey and Julia answer a range of listener questions themed around gratitude, sharing their lived experiences and how they both apply gratitude day to day. This episode covers the following topics: Julia also announces in the outro that ROO will be taking a pause for the months of October and November. The podcast re-launched just shy of a year ago, and alongside the...

Duration:01:18:08

Danielle Black Lyons on Healing and Representation in Surfing

9/22/2020
Danielle Black Lyons is a surfer, artist, mother and co-founder of Textured Waves, a collective aimed at promoting diversity in surfing. Danielle lives in California with her husband and son and surfs daily. Danielle co-founded Textured Waves with several other women in response to a representation issue in surfing. The goal of Textured Waves is to elevate the culture and sport of women's surfing towards women of color and underrepresented demographics through representation, community, and...

Duration:01:01:05

Janet Cherobon-Bawcom on Perseverance and Positivity in Running

9/15/2020
Janet Cherobon-Bawcom is a former professional runner now working as a registered nurse and a running coach. She lives and works close to the Grand Canyon in Arizona. Born in Kapsabet Kenya, Janet came to the US on an athletic scholarship, before becoming a decorated professional runner. Janet has run in multiple Olympic Trials (including the most recent US 2020 marathon trials in Atlanta), and represented the US at the 2012 Olympics, placing 12th in the 10000m. She has a half marathon PR of...

Duration:00:59:18

Marilyn Okoro on a Champion Mindset in Running and Life

9/8/2020
Marilyn Okoro is a British professional middle distance runner, who has competed at the pinnacle of her sport at the Olympics, World Championships, and Commonwealth Games. She has spent time in both the United States and United Kingdom training, and is now living in Northern England as she prepares to make the 2021 Great Britain Olympic team. Marilyn is honest and vulnerable in this conversation, which includes the following topics: ____ EPISODE LINKS Marilyn's InstagramMarilyn's...

Duration:01:06:13

Ajeé Wilson on Humility and Enduring in Professional Running

9/1/2020
Ajeé Wilson is a professional middle distance runner, running for Adidas and the Juventus Track Club in Philadelphia. She is a 2016 Olympian, 2021 hopeful and a multiple-time American Record holder. Ajeé turned Pro out of high school, foregoing the traditional NCAA path, forging her own way whilst still gaining a college degree. Ajeé’s drive and determination to succeed is prominent throughout this podcast. This conversation covers the following: ____ EPISODE LINKS Ajeé's InstagramAjeé's...

Duration:01:04:55

Alison Mariella Désir on Changing the Running World

8/25/2020
Alison Mariella Désir is a runner, mother, and an activist. She is the founder of Harlem Run, as well as several other running collectives for women. She is a Global Ambassador for Hoka One One, and Athlete Advisor for Oiselle. Alison has a huge presence in the running community, of which she is a powerful advocate for women, both on a grassroots level and on a higher platform with brands and key community leaders. This is a powerful conversation with Alison, and covers the following...

Duration:01:01:30

Soul Sister Sessions on Creativity in Running and Life

8/18/2020
This month's Soul Sister Sessions is all about Creativity. Abbey and Julia answer a range of listener questions, exploring a range of different themes around creativity and how to manage various creative processes and challenges. They cover the following themes: ____ EPISODE LINKS Abbey's InstagramAbbey's TwitterAbbey's FacebookJourneywomen Podcast with Andrew Peterson Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott ____ SPONSORS Platinum PT This podcast is sponsored by Platinum PT. Platinum Physical...

Duration:01:14:23

Alli Penovich on Freediving and Spearfishing

8/11/2020
Alli Penovich is a freediver based out of Florida, competing in the disciplines of freediving and spearfishing. She is sponsored by Amavara, Cobian and Florida Freedivers. Alli is a four time IUSA (International Underwater Spearfishing Association) World Record holder, gaining her first world record at the age of 17. She is a qualified freediving instructor for FII (Freediving Instructors International), where she qualified under her coach Bobby Kim. A former college triathlete, Alli’s...

Duration:00:58:13

Nadia Ruiz on Evolving as a Runner and Coach

8/4/2020
Nadia Ruiz is a runner, speaker, educator and coach. Nadia’s mission is to make a change in her community by inspiring and motivating individuals from all backgrounds to achieve their personal goals. Nadia is a prolific racer, having raced 100’s of marathons, as well as ultra-marathons, triathlons and adventure races. She has travelled and raced in 27 countries across the globe. Nadia graduated UCLA with a BA in Biology and MA in Education, and taught high school biology for 10 years. Nadia...

Duration:01:02:06

Dominique Miller on Competition and Representation in Professional Surfing

7/28/2020
Dominique Miller is a professional surfer and photographer, living in Hawaii. She is sponsored by Billabong, and is a long board and stand-up paddle surfer on the World Surf League (WSL). She has a strong sporting background, running both XC and track, and playing lacrosse. Her foray into surfing took place when she went to college in Hawaii, where she forged her own path into the world of professional surfing. This conversation covers the following topics: ____ EPISODE LINKS Dominique's...

Duration:01:05:24

Soul Sister Sessions on Racing and Competition

7/21/2020
This month's Soul Sister Sessions episode focuses on racing and competition. Abbey and Julia recorded in person in Boston, ahead of Abbey’s upcoming local race (please note that Abbey was required to pass 2x negative COVID tests to attend and compete, amongst other specific guidelines that the race organisers put in place). This conversation answers a range of listener questions regarding racing, and covers the following topics: ABBY'S LINKS Instagram Twitter Facebook EPISODE...

Duration:01:18:26

Dana Giordano on Pursuing a Dream in Professional Running

7/13/2020
Dana Giordano is a professional middle distance runner and the host of the More Than Running podcast. She runs for the Boston Athletic Association and lives in Boston MA. She graduated Dartmouth college with a Psychology Major and a Minor in Human Centred Design. Dana’s podcast, ‘More Than Running’, features female athletes and tells the untold stories often missed by traditional media. Dana is a 2021 Olympic hopeful. This is a wide ranging conversation that covers the following...

Duration:01:09:42

Alvina Begay on The Power of Goal Setting as a Runner and Nurse

7/7/2020
Alvina Begay is a runner, three time Olympic trials qualifier, nurse, and a registered dietician. She has qualified for both the 10000m and Marathon distances in the Olympic trials and recently became a nurse. Alvina lives in and is from the Navajo Nation. Sponsor Currex (https://currex.us) This episode is sponsored by Currex. Currex insoles improve any shoe, and they are offering ROO listeners a 15% discount. If you want to ‘Feel the Currex difference’, please visit https://currex.us...

Duration:01:11:10

Piseth Sam on Leadership, Advocacy, and Trauma Informed Movement

6/30/2020
Piseth Sam is an athlete and the co-owner of PowerHouse Fitness. She is a licensed massage therapist and certified personal trainer. At the age of five, Piseth and her family fled Cambodia and came to the US as refugees. Piseth practices trauma informed treatments as part of her philosophy that movement transforms. This is a raw and powerful conversation, and covers the following topics: Episode Sponsor Janji Janji is a Boston based running apparel company. Their mission is to explore,...

Duration:01:14:04

Jeannie Rice on Setting Age Group World Records in the Marathon at 72 Years Old

6/23/2020
Jeannie Rice is a fiercely competitive runner. She holds multiple age group World Records and US National Records, most notably breaking her own World Record in the marathon running a 3:24 at the 2019 Berlin Marathon. At 72 years young, Jeannie is yet to slow down and remains determined to keep challenging herself in the realm of running and life. Jeannie approaches running with a love and simplicity that allows her to keep pushing her limits at an age many would have found reasons to cease...

Duration:00:56:47

Soul Sister Sessions on Eating Disorder Recovery during COVID19

6/16/2020
This month’s Soul Sister Sessions episode returns to the topic of eating disorders and injuries. Abbey and Julia share and answer a variety of listener questions, some of which are slanted towards the COVID-19 period. _This is all shared from their own lived experiences, and we encourage anyone that is experiencing an eating disorder/disordered eating or any physical or mental health issue, to consult a qualified professional in any instance you feel you require additional support. _ This...

Duration:01:21:44

Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel on Running as Activism and Prayer

6/9/2020
Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is a citizen of the Kul Wicasa Oyate, the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. She is a 4th Generation Runner, who started running when she was 10 years old. She is an advocate who focuses on MMIW (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women), and uses her running as a mechanism for her advocacy work. This episode deeply probes topics near and dear to Jordan’s heart, and covers the following: ____ EPISODE...

Duration:01:06:42

Roundtable with Emma Spencer & Molly Seidel

6/5/2020
Emma Spencer is an elite distance runner, running coach, software engineer and runs for the Tracksmith Boston racing team. She has a marathon best of 2:37 (BMW Berlin Marathon 2018), which qualified her to race the 2020 US Olympic Marathon trials, where she ran 2:41:40. At the 2020 Marathon trials, she ran 2:41:40 and placed 56th. Molly Seidel is a professional runner for Saucony, living in Boston, MA. She graduated from Notre Dame with four NCAA national titles to her name and remains the...

Duration:01:09:06

Peyton Thomas on Changing the World Through Running and Marine Biology

6/2/2020
Peyton Thomas is an elite runner and PhD student in Marine Biology at the University of Northern Carolina Wilmington. She ran a PR of 2:42:54 to place 78th at the US 2020 Olympic Marathon trials, and was the only American born black female to start. She qualified for the trials at CIM, which was her first road marathon. She has also run the Bigfoot 40 miler, a sister race to the Bigfoot 200 miler. Peyton is driven in all that she does, and this engaging conversation covers a range of topics...

Duration:01:13:35