Episode 72 – Eileen Lingley & Tim Morris

Bryan is on the injury deck again, while Peter has completed his 21-mile training run. Also, it's Week 3 of the Clyde Army Countdown. Then the guys speak with brother and sister running team, Eileen Lingley and Tim Morris. The siblings are running the Boston Marathon for Spaulding Hospital’s Race for Rehab Team. This will be Eileen’s first Boston Marathon (and fourth marathon in 18 months!) and Tim’s second year in the wheelchair division.

Please consider donating to Eileen and Tim’s “Siblings for Spaulding” Team Run! 

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Episode 71 - Wayne Levy

Over the last 35 years, Wayne Levy has run more than 100,000 miles. What does he do when he’s not out running more than halfway to the Moon? He serves on the Boston Athletic Association Board of Governors and the Advisory Board for Back on My Feet Boston, and he manages RunBoston, a company that provides historical running tours in Boston. Bryan and Peter get Wayne to give them the lowdown on the benefits of running a “daily dime,” find out what happened the first time Wayne attempted to run the Boston Marathon, and go in-depth on ways to avoid injury. Plus, Peter provides an update on Week 4 of the Clyde Army Countdown.

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Donate to Peter's running of the 2017 Boston Marathon in support of Spaulding Hospital. 

Episode 70 - Tim Sullivan & Mark Remy

Peter survives running 18 miles on the treadmill, while Bryan considers never using a treadmill again. Then they talk with two runners who will be running the Boston Marathon together: Tim Sullivan, a visually impaired runner (and proud member of the Clyde Army) and writer Mark Remy (dumbrunner.com and Runner’s World) who will be Tim’s guide. They talk about how Tim got into running, how Mark has settled into runner’s paradise (a.k.a. Portland, OR), and how they came to be running the marathon together.

Contribute to Tim Sullivan's "Team with a Vision 2017"

 

 

Episode 68 - Alison Desir

After the update on this week’s Clyde Army Countdown, Bryan plays nutritionist to help further Peter’s marathon training. Then, they get past their technical difficulties and have an in-depth conversation with runner Alison Desir, creator of the free fitness group Harlem Run. They talk about her (and her relay team’s) historic 240-mile run from New York City to Washington D.C. that raised over $100K for Planned Parenthood, as well as how Alison became a runner and an activist and how she hopes to continue the work that her Run 4 All Women movement began.

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If you would like to help Peter reach his fundraising goal (he's running the 2017 Boston Marathon with Spaulding’s Race for Rehab Team) please visit his Crowdrise page.

Photo by Rachel Link

Photo by Rachel Link

Episode 67 - Christopher Carter, Psy.D.

They are not medical doctors. Turns out they’re not psychologists, either. That's why Bryan and Peter are joined by Dr. Chris Carter, team psychologist for Spaulding Hospital's Race for Rehab Boston Marathon team. They discuss why runners run, what the brain goes through on long runs, and how to tackle training for the big race. Plus, Peter gives his Clyde Army Countdown update for week eight. 

 

Please consider making a donation to Peter’s running of the 2017 Boston Marathon with Spaulding’s Race for Rehab Team.

 

Episode 66 - "Shoe Chains & Snow Days"

As winter makes itself known in Boston, Peter continues to train for the marathon and breaks in his new Yaktrax. Bryan gets a run in with his beer brewing buddy. And they get a visit from listener and sub-sub-elite runner Funny Ellen London. Plus, an update on the first full week of Peter's Clyde Army Countdown!  

Photo by Ellen London.

Please make a donation to Peter’s running of the 2017 Boston Marathon with Spaulding’s Race for Rehab Team.

Episode 65 - "DNF"

As Peter’s marathon training continues, he pitches a new motivational segment for the show to Bryan. Then, they attempt to interview a guest via Skype, but the internet doesn’t cooperate. They end the show having to rely on some serious “self talk” to stay positive.

If you would like to make a donation to Peter’s running of the 2017 Boston Marathon with Spaulding’s Race for Rehab Team, please visit here:

https://www.crowdrise.com/spauldingrehabboston17/fundraiser/petervilla

Episode 64 - Bill McCabe

Peter's marathon training has him dreaming about running. Meanwhile, Bryan is back out on the trails and experiences a really tough workout. Then they are joined by the inspirational Bill McCabe who began running in his 50s and has been crushing it ever since. He has run marathons on all 7 continents, ran the Boston Marathon route 26 weeks in a row, and still has some major running goals to share.

If you would like to make a donation to Peter’s running of the 2017 Boston Marathon with Spaulding’s Race for Rehab Team, please visit here:

https://www.crowdrise.com/spauldingrehabboston17/fundraiser/petervilla

Episode 63 - "Run-in-Place"

The Run-in-Place Party and Podcast Extravaganza was an event like no other. As a snowstorm raged outside, HWYRT joined forces with Coach Dan Fitzgerald and his team at the Heartbreak Hill Running Company for running, shopping, beer drinking, and, of course, podcasting. Partygoers mingled and tried out the amazing treadmill classes, while Bryan and Peter talked with new and experienced runners about how they train, the races they've run, and what they have planned next. The night ended with a raffle that helped two runners add over $1,000 to benefit their Boston Marathon charity running teams.

More info about the amazing HHRCo running studio 

If you would like to make a donation to Peter’s running of the 2017 Boston Marathon for Spaulding Rehabilitation, please visit: https://www.crowdrise.com/spauldingrehabboston17/fundraiser/petervilla