Welcome to my interview with Ms. Kristie Allen. I met Kristie at the Run the Bluegrass half-marathon back in 2015. Her faith and passion for life have been a huge influence on me. I'm grateful for the chance to share some of her with you in this podcast episode.
What you'll hear.
Run the Bluegrass Half Marathon
Kristie's appearance on the Weather Channel
Quotes from Kristie:
"Runnning gave me a kind of personal victory I hadn't found anywhere else"
"If I take Jesus out of the pocket I have him in, then he's a part of it with me"
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What we'll discuss this episode:
- Run the Bluegrass - America's Prettiest Half Marathon
- Preparing to tackle the hills in a race; preparing to tackle the hills in life.
- No matter how hard we try to avoid it, the hills are coming. Life is a conveyor belt that keeps delivering us into the challenges.
- The fight in our wounded veterans.
- We lean on God at the beginning and end of our stories, do we lean on him in the middle of them?
- Who will you partner with when the challenges come. Answer that before the challenges get here.
- Are we ever too old to improve?
Next episode: My interview with Kristie Allen
Come along and celebrate with me as I run my fastest half marathon ever - which doesn't necessarily mean FAST.
What we'll talk about in this episode:
The Shamrock Half Marathon - March 2017 - Gale force winds and rain. Who on earth runs a race in these conditions?
The importance of deliberate practice - The Book "Peak" - Peakthebook.com.
Is weather, especially bad weather, part of the running fun?
A good running attitude is contagious.
How to beat a PR by 21 minutes - don't ask me but I did it.
Practice the things you are uncomfortable with. Get out of your comfort zone.
Come along as I talk about my journey from Saturday morning run to first time marathoner. A journey spurred on by the tragic death of a young mother who was struck and killed by a drunk driver while on a training run for the Boston Marathon. As I come to understand more each run how much life is like running, living my life gets easier.
We'll talk about:
The death of Meg Cross Menzies
The Richmond Virginia Half Marathon
Run the Bluegrass in Lexington, Kentucky
2 Timothy 4:7
The Richmond Marathon
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