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We're here to help soon to be runners to ultra marathoners with access to knowledge and advice from trained professionals. Interviews provide encouragement and connection through inspiring stories told by experienced runners living the running lifestyle. Each episode consists of a Featured Guest, Runner of the Week, and a food question or myth answered by the show's Go To Real Food Dietitian, Serena Marie, RD. Topics such as fuel, nutrition, hydration, races, marathons, half marathons, 5K's, travel, family, kids, vacations, time management skills, ADHD, yoga, meditation, and connection are discussed. Our show notes and additional information can be found at www.therunninglifestyle.com.

We're here to help soon to be runners to ultra marathoners with access to knowledge and advice from trained professionals. Interviews provide encouragement and connection through inspiring stories told by experienced runners living the running lifestyle. Each episode consists of a Featured Guest, Runner of the Week, and a food question or myth answered by the show's Go To Real Food Dietitian, Serena Marie, RD. Topics such as fuel, nutrition, hydration, races, marathons, half marathons, 5K's, travel, family, kids, vacations, time management skills, ADHD, yoga, meditation, and connection are discussed. Our show notes and additional information can be found at www.therunninglifestyle.com.
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We're here to help soon to be runners to ultra marathoners with access to knowledge and advice from trained professionals. Interviews provide encouragement and connection through inspiring stories told by experienced runners living the running lifestyle. Each episode consists of a Featured Guest, Runner of the Week, and a food question or myth answered by the show's Go To Real Food Dietitian, Serena Marie, RD. Topics such as fuel, nutrition, hydration, races, marathons, half marathons, 5K's, travel, family, kids, vacations, time management skills, ADHD, yoga, meditation, and connection are discussed. Our show notes and additional information can be found at www.therunninglifestyle.com.

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Episodes

256: Do Self-Affirmations Really Work?

10/17/2019
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Listen in to find out what scientific research says about self-affirmations: Do they work? Who do they tend to work for? Who might not benefit from self-affirmations? You’ll also learn how to write effective affirmations and the ideal frequency with which you might consider saying them. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your biggest takeaways from the episode at @KariGormley -- I’d love to hear from you!

Duration:00:19:12

255: Savor and Soar

10/10/2019
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Qualitative research shows that one way to increase well being is to savor more often. In this episode, you’ll learn when to savor and how to do it. You’ll also hear how my gratitude letter visit went, hiccups and all! Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your biggest takeaways from the episode at @KariGormley -- I’d love to hear from you!

Duration:00:15:53

254: Take The Express Lane to a Better Mood: Make a Gratitude Visit

10/3/2019
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Research shows that one of the fastest ways to feel better is to focus on gratitude, maybe through a gratitude journal or gratitude jar. How about writing a letter of gratitude to someone who has helped you...then read it to them in person? In this episode, you’ll hear how to write the letter and take action toward a better mood. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your biggest takeaways from the episode at @KariGormley -- I’d love to hear from you!

Duration:00:20:23

253: Aligning Your Fitness Goals

9/26/2019
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Paul Meyer, an ultra runner, husband, father, Federal Aviation Investigator, and student recently received coaching on how he can align his running goals with his values and priorities. I check in with him a month later to see how those goals are coming along. Later in the episode, I share how I’ve been “time blocking” in effort to do my best work. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your biggest takeaways from the episode at @KariGormley -- I’d love to hear from you!

Duration:00:57:19

252: Start Finishing Your Best Work

9/19/2019
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Charlie Gilkey, a thought leader on doing meaningful work, former Joint Force Military Logistics Coordinator, coach, and teacher is here to discuss his third book, “Start Finishing: How To Go from Idea to Done.” We discuss getting “unstuck,” why most people get more work done when working alongside someone else, imposter syndrome, and selecting your success pack. Later in the episode, I share a foot experiment I’ve done inspired by last week’s episode. Please go HERE for this episode’s...

Duration:01:04:57

251: Top Three Health Practices to Live a Flourishing Life

9/12/2019
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Welcome to the FIRST episode of The Flourishing Experiment podcast! This week we’re keeping in line with what adds to longevity: how you take care of your body. Our guests, human potential coaches Johnny and Sara Gillespie, share the importance of focusing on your feet, surprising cardio recommendations and some notes on heart rate training. Later on, I share an experiment that worked out really well on a recent trip to Barcelona and Paris! Please go HERE for this episode’s show...

Duration:00:46:23

250th Episode with Deena Kastor and Serena Marie RD

9/5/2019
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Deena Kastor is back—and what would a momentous, episode be without our friend and go-to real food dietitian, Serena Marie RD? You'll hear from Deena on perimenopause and menopause, the ups and downs of writing a book, and her personal favorite reads. You’ll also hear from Serena as she talks Keto and Intermittent Fasting. We’ll also discuss updates and the podcast’s future in the long run! Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Find the 11 Strategies to Live a Running Lifestyle...

Duration:01:14:25

249: Hitting Pause for Now

3/21/2019
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Kari shares an update of how the podcast is hitting pause for now, but will be running again in the near future. Special events are taking place! Come to the 5 Ways to Maintain a Positive Mindset Workshop on Friday, April 5 at Empowered Yoga, Wilmington, DE. On Saturday, April 6, Kari will be interviewing Deena Kastor at her booth at the Cherry Blossom Festival Expo. And finally on Saturday, May 18th, Kari will be an emcee and facilitator at the Authentic Parenting Conference in Rutgers,...

Duration:00:08:55

248: Never Say Never and Gratitude

2/21/2019
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Emily Felt, a certified applied positive psychology coach joins Kari to discuss the power of gratitude and why she never expected to run again. You’ll hear Emily’s experience of having a hip replacement at 36, having a child with Prader Willi, and a gratitude practice change. Emily discusses her gradual entry back into running. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Find the 11 Strategies to Live a Running Lifestyle HERE. Click HERE to receive special gifts and to be part of The...

Duration:00:46:16

247: Take the Express Lane

2/14/2019
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Steve Sisson, a running coach and professional runner, and Kari discuss how mindset and burnout affect a runner. The two of them discuss how using a running coach and/or flourishing coach can get an athlete to their goals faster. Serena Marie, RD, explains oral sensing and why to rinse and spit out carbohydrate drinks, such as Gatorade, to achieve faster times. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Find the 11 Strategies to Live a Running Lifestyle HERE. Click HERE to receive...

Duration:01:13:44

246: Creating Your Self-Care Vision Board

2/7/2019
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Kari discusses how creating a self-care vision board can help you feel better (and there’s science backing this up). You’ll hear how to find images and words that line up with how you want to feel emotionally, physically, and mentally. This is an invitation to create a vision of how you want to feel, through pictures and words. The Runner of the Week is the running coach discussed on last week’s podcast, Steve Sisson. Steve has run in the world championships and many collegiate...

Duration:00:30:20

245: Coaching on the Run

1/31/2019
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Jeff Webb, the go-to former Navy SEAL for the podcast, is back for the third time--this time to discuss how having a flourishing coach (yours truly!) as well as a running coach (and we’ll hear from that person next week) has helped him reach and exceed his goals. Serena Marie, RD, explains why omega-3s are so important to consume, the best sources of omega-3s, and why certain types of oils need to go. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Find the 11 Strategies to Live a Running...

Duration:01:22:31

244: The Why and How of Creating a Runner’s Bucket List

1/24/2019
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Kari discusses how creating a bucket list can give more meaning to your life and create more positive emotions. You’ll understand how to go about making a list and how to make it a reality. Runner/Athlete of the Week Ken Kopidlansky (also known as Kari’s dad) explains one of the fastest growing sports for seniors and children in the U.S., why it’s so beneficial not only to your body but also to your brain, and how he bounced back from internal bleeding to being his healthy, retired...

Duration:00:36:03

243: Make Sure Your Running Has Teeth

1/17/2019
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Foti Panagakos--Dentist, Marathoner, and Runner of the Week from last week--is back to talk about pain management, how nutrition affects your teeth, and how to get yourself to floss if flossing isn’t your thing. Serena Marie, RD, shares a frequent question: how to fuel before running. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Find the 11 Strategies to Live a Running Lifestyle HERE. Click HERE to receive special gifts and to be part of The Running Lifestyle Show team. Please tweet me...

Duration:01:15:57

242: “Maximizing” vs “Satisficing”

1/10/2019
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Kari shares the science behind how too much time spent making decisions can lead to anxiety, regret, and other negative states and discusses a plan of how to make decisions that fuel happiness and relationships. Runner of the Week Foti Panagakos, a return guest and teammate of The Running Lifestyle Show’s Action for Healthy Kids 2015 Chicago Marathon Team, shares how his quest for 50 marathons in 50 states is coming along and the changes to his running routine now that he has moved from New...

Duration:00:30:39

241: Running for Joy

1/3/2019
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Agapi Stassinopoulos, author of Wake Up to the Joy of You: 52 Meditations and Practices for a Calmer, Happier Life (The Running Lifestyle Book of the Month for December 2018), shares how to get your running mojo back, how to be happy when so many people around you are struggling, and where and how to find your inner joy. Serena Marie, RD, shares the most exciting breakthroughs of 2018 when it comes to nutrition. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Find the 11 Strategies to Live a...

Duration:00:51:09

240: Creating Your Positive Portfolio & Combining Running with Career

12/27/2018
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Kari discusses how you can go from a downward spiral to an upward spiral through the creation of a Positive Portfolio. A Positive Portfolio is a tool to use when it seems like everything is going wrong. Runner of the Week Lori Richmond--prone to injury her entire running career--shares what got her to the NYC Marathon starting line injury-free, how the running community has given her so much, and how she’s combined her career with running. Please go HERE for this episode’s show...

Duration:00:34:52

239: Setting Goals That Make Sense for YOU

12/20/2018
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Serena Marie, RD, joins Kari to discuss how to set goals based on how you meet expectations. The ladies discuss how to reframe the word busy and how to set boundaries that make sense for your needs. Find out the 11 Strategies to Live a Running Lifestyle HERE. Click HERE to receive special gifts and to be part of The Running Lifestyle Show team. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Please tweet me your biggest takeaways at @KariGormley!

Duration:00:47:28

238: Is Motivation Garbage?

12/13/2018
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Science shows that to keep on keeping on, turn to the Self-Determination Theory researched by Edward L. Deci and Richard M. Ryan in 1985 and 2000, to find out how to keep your motivation going. Kari explains the three parts of the theory, which discuss increasing the odds of obtaining a goal. Runner of the Week, Julie Marienau from Episode 200, shares her experience at the Rehoboth Seashore Half Marathon and how this Floridian surprised herself in the cold. Never say never! Find out the...

Duration:00:31:59

237: Failure and Resilience with Neil Pasricha

12/6/2018
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Neil Pasricha—best-selling author, speaker, podcaster, and entrepreneur—shares how he made it through several tough situations—like his wife asking for a divorce and his best friend taking his own life—all within a short amount of time. You also hear what has surprised him as a podcaster, what he recommends for aspiring authors, and what his fitness regime looks like. Serena Marie, RD, discusses how to sweeten your holiday treats healthfully, and both ladies share how they use social media...

Duration:01:22:18