“How Was Your Run Today?” – what the heck is that?
In a nutshell, the show is like “Car Talk,” only we talk about running instead of automobiles. So, as much as that show was about cars (some, but not a whole lot), that’s roughly how much real running chat is happening on our show. The rest is silly stuff that is family friendly and, hopefully, funny. And, if our dulcet tones motivate anyone to try running, or any other form of exercising, after listening to our show, we are not responsible. That is on them.
We release a new episode every Thursday night. Each one is about 25 to 45 minutes in length. The show is completely free of charge. All we ask of you is your time.
Some people have asked us, “What is a podcast, and how do I go and get it?” Other people have asked us, “Who are you? Why are you talking to me? Go away.”
We can’t do much about that second bunch of people.
But, for that first group of interested souls, we’d like to offer up the “411” on what podcasts are in general, and what our specific podcast is about.
Good ol’ Wikipedia defines a podcast as:
[A] form of digital media that consists of an episodic series of audio, video, digital radio, PDF, or ePub files subscribed to and downloaded automatically through web syndication or streamed online to a computer or mobile device. The word is a portmanteau of "(i)Pod" and "broadcast."
In other words, a podcast is like a radio show that just sits there waiting for you to play it when you have time to listen to it. Podcasts are popular with people who spend time commuting or exercising, or people who just like to listen to something while puttering around the house.
Here are few ways to listen to our weekly podcast:
You can subscribe to us through iTunes and automatically get new episodes each week:
You can also get us on Lybsin.com:
You will be able to stream (play) them right there, or download them in order to play them.
If you are already using a podcast app (look at you!), all you need to do is search for How Was Your Run Today? and start listening!
So, that’s it. Now you must decide for yourself if you want to take a step into the world of podcast consumption. We wish you good luck.