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Running News – September 2020 (Minisode)

Hello Runners,

Well, it is now September, and the summer is just about over. Only four more months until 2021. Let’s hope things turn around. I am looking forward to the cooler, crisper fall air. Great for running!

This is a shorter episode. I’m in between trips. Just got back from Pittsburgh and am heading to Los Angeles for a week. While there, I will be running with the Skid Row Running Club and recording a podcast. So excited!

There was another woman runner who was just out for a nice run, and a psychopath turned around after passing her then abducted, assaulted and killed her. Her name is Sydney Sutherland, a beautiful 25 year old woman.

Ladies, the reality is when you run you must be aware of your surroundings and take the appropriate precautions to stay safe. Please listen to Episode #9. Tasha Ina Church is a Self-Defense Instructor, and she gives so many tips and techniques that will help you if you find yourself in a dangerous situation.

The Alive and Running Virtual 5K Walk/Run for Suicide Prevention will be held on Sunday, September 13, 2020. I believe strongly in this organization and will be doing this here in Denver. Suicides are increasing due to the struggles of the pandemic. Get involved with this event.

You will enjoy the running-related stories I selected for this episode. Enjoy! Keep running, and be safe out there!

~ Jim

SHOW NOTES

Skid Row Running ClubSkid Row Marathon Movie

Montour Trail (Pennsylvania) – Website

Women’s Running Safety – Episode #9 Tasha Ina ChurchSelf Defense Instructor – ABC News (GMA) Report – Running Safety Tips

Alive & Running5K Walk/Run for Suicide Prevention Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services

Shirley JacksonRan her own marathonKatie Gerber – Sports Reporter, Jamestown Sun

Sister Stephanie BaligaNun runs marathon on treadmill Janine PuhakReporter

Llona KriuzaiteRan Postcodes in Aberdeen ScotlandFraser ClyneSports Writer, Evening Press UK

Jen A. Miller – Bare Buns clothing optional 5K – NYT Article by Journalist Jen A. Miller 

Inspirational Running Quote

“Our running shoes have magic in them – the power to transform a bad day into a good day; frustration into speed; self-doubt into confidence; chocolate cake into muscle.” ~ Mina Samuals – Author – Run like a girl 365 days a year

 

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About the Host, Jim Lynch

Thank you for listening to my podcast. I'm a long time "Feel Good" runner myself completing 101 Marathons and a certified 50 State finisher having completed a marathon in all 50 states plus DC.

Additionally I am the former Co-Race Director of the Maui Marathon and Vice President of the Valley Isle Road Runners on the island of Maui, a certified RRCA Running Coach and now a recognized Podcaster!

Running is my passion and has really defined my life. With all the support over the years I have personally received from volunteers from all the races I have done, I would like to give back.

The "Feel Good Running" podcast is for the everyday runner. If you are a long time runner, fairly new to running or even just thinking about running, I hope to appeal to you and bring you inspiration and motivation with my guests and my many years of running experience. I hope to be one of your go to running podcasts for years to come.

Thank you for listening and I hope you too will become a "Feel Good Runner" yourself! ~ Jim

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