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For The Long Run

For The Long Run

By Jonathan Levitt
Exploring the why behind what keeps runners running long, strong, and motivated.

The cover photo is my Why: finishing my first 50k, which was a last minute change of plans due to TNF50 cancellation, supported and surrounded by some of the best humans in the trail running world.

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219. Dylan Bowman: Growing Trail + Ultra Running
Dylan is a professional trail runner who grew up in Boulder, CO, but now lives in Portland, OR. He is at a crossroads in his professional life starting his venture Freetrail.    In this episode we talk about:  -being a lifelong athlete -from college lacrosse to trail and ultra running -becoming obsessed with the Leadville 100 -finding your calling and chasing joy  -achieving lifelong goals of professional athletics -bridging into the sports media landscape -depression and injuries -being more than “just a runner” and impacting others -anxiety behind going all in on doing what you love -the drive to always do more -the ultra runner psyche  -diving into sports media  -starting a podcast, Freetrail and the Trail Society -sharing stories and building community -the future of ultra/ trail running -being a fan and growing the sport -trail race magic  -race commentating and livestreams  -the journey is the destination: winning or losing doesn’t matter Follow Dylan on Instagram @dylanbo and Freetrail @runfreetrail and For The Long Run @forthelrpod  Tune in to the Freetrail and Trail Society podcasts today  Check out Freetrail on YouTube and at freetrail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support  Freedom Solar Power This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process.  Going solar isn’t as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide.   Tracksmith  Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith just released their spring collection, and as the seasons shift yet again, I’m proud to continue this partnership with them. Tracksmith is a brand for committed runners like you and me. People who know that the best part of a busy day is squeezing in a workout. They offer products for training, racing, and rest days, which you know I’m a fan of, and create experiences that make running more rewarding, more connected, and more meaningful. Visit Tracksmith.com/forthelongrun to see some of my favorite pieces, and all orders with the code FORTHELONGRUN will receive free shipping, and 5% of your purchase amount will be donated to the Michael J Fox Foundation to help find a cure and support those living with Parkinsons. Hydrow Thank you to Hydrow for sponsoring this episode! Hydrow is an immersive workout experience, designed to bring the physical, mental, and emotional experience of on-water rowing, straight to your home.  Hydrow workouts are quick, efficient and low impact. Rowing for just 20 minutes a day provides you with a full body workout, which engages 86% of your muscles major muscle groups. For context, cycling engages 44%. I’ve been enjoying my Hydrow to fit in bonus cardio that doesn’t take much time at all, as even a 10-15 minute row feels like a solid workout. It’s a fun experience to be able to row on familiar routes, or explore new ones.  Head to https://hydrow.com/ to learn more, and use code FTLR100 for $100 off your order.
56:50
June 24, 2022
218. Alan Scherer: Taking Action Every Day
Alan is a 48 year old runner who battles mental health, addiction and injuries. Alan is now, his own judge, police officer, healer and guiding force, with something to say and people to help. Trigger warning: this episode deals with suicide and severe mental illness. In this episode we talk about: -being in the thick of struggles -sharing so other people feel seen -moving for mental health -coping with injuries and holding onto hope -asking for help and accepting support -shockwave therapy -the importance of community and not being alone -adapting to change -inner dialogue and the stories we tell ourselves -taking full responsibility and action every day -being a role model -the intersection between lessons learned running and in life -suicide and the darkest mental health struggles -finding your true identity and defining yourself -work ethic and being your own worst enemy -pushing the limit -the impact of fitness communities -showing up for strangers Check out Alan’s first appearance on For The Long Run Episode 86. We mentioned For The Long Run Episode 91 with Jackie Hunt-Broersma: The limit does not exist. Follow Alan on Instagram and Facebook @stigmafighter.alanscherer @swanzeykeenefitproject @alanschererphoto Check out his website alanschererphoto.com and online fine art photography gallery 1-alan-scherer.pixels.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support Freedom Solar Power This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process. Going solar isn’t as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide. Hydrow Thank you to Hydrow for sponsoring this episode! Hydrow is an immersive workout experience, designed to bring the physical, mental, and emotional experience of on-water rowing, straight to your home. Hydrow workouts are quick, efficient and low impact. Rowing for just 20 minutes a day provides you with a full body workout, which engages 86% of your muscles major muscle groups. For context, cycling engages 44%. I’ve been enjoying my Hydrow to fit in bonus cardio that doesn’t take much time at all, as even a 10-15 minute row feels like a solid workout. It’s a fun experience to be able to row on familiar routes, or explore new ones. Head to https://hydrow.com/ to learn more, and use code FTLR100 for $100 off your order. Tracksmith Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith just released their spring collection, and as the seasons shift yet again, I’m proud to continue this partnership with them. Visit Tracksmith.com/forthelongrun to see some of my favorite pieces, and all orders with the code FORTHELONGRUN will receive free shipping, and 5% of your purchase amount will be donated to the Michael J Fox Foundation to help find a cure and support those living with Parkinsons.
56:02
June 17, 2022
217. Carolyn Su: Running For Representation
Carolyn is a Chinese American runner, mother, wife living in Boston. She is on a mission to spread joy and help others live their fullest life. In this episode we talk about: -starting running during a struggle with body image and disordered eating -running throughout different seasons of life -lessons learned on the run -good and bad vs perfection -evaluating effort rather than being fixed by outcomes -stress is stress -running for acceptance and to fit in -identity as an Asian-American -Diverse We Run -illuminating and connecting runners of different backgrounds and cultures -inclusion and belonging -helping others feel seen -finding the trails and running Trans Rockies -being a minority and creating change -choosing your own challenges and pursuing growth -redefining failure Follow Carolyn on Instagram @irunfortheglory @diversewerun and For The Long Run @forthelrpod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support Freedom Solar Power This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process. Going solar isn’t as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide. Tracksmith Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith just released their spring collection, and as the seasons shift yet again, I’m proud to continue this partnership with them. Tracksmith is a brand for committed runners like you and me. People who know that the best part of a busy day is squeezing in a workout. They offer products for training, racing, and rest days, which you know I’m a fan of, and create experiences that make running more rewarding, more connected, and more meaningful. Visit Tracksmith.com/forthelongrun to see some of my favorite pieces, and all orders with the code FORTHELONGRUN will receive free shipping, and 5% of your purchase amount will be donated to the Michael J Fox Foundation to help find a cure and support those living with Parkinsons. Hydrow Thank you to Hydrow for sponsoring this episode! Hydrow is an immersive workout experience, designed to bring the physical, mental, and emotional experience of on-water rowing, straight to your home. Hydrow workouts are quick, efficient and low impact. Rowing for just 20 minutes a day provides you with a full body workout, which engages 86% of your muscles major muscle groups. For context, cycling engages 44%. I’ve been enjoying my Hydrow to fit in bonus cardio that doesn’t take much time at all, as even a 10-15 minute row feels like a solid workout. It’s a fun experience to be able to row on familiar routes, or explore new ones. Head to https://hydrow.com/ to learn more, and use code FTLR100 for $100 off your order.
59:15
June 10, 2022
216. Sarah Ceschin: Jazzed About Movement
Sarah is a runner, physical therapist, adventurer and mountain lover, proud Italian and avid chef who just loves to have a good time! In this episode we talk about: -reluctant starts in running -making the leap to live in Colorado -betting on yourself -the Boulder community and building relationships -running group intimidation and inclusion -all paces welcome -Sarah’s physiotherapy work at PR Labs -collaborative approach to injury management and prevention -prioritizing fun -epic outdoor adventures and new experiences -having a support system and sharing struggles -the emotional side of injuries -the intersection between PTs, therapy and mental health -unpacking the physiotherapy profession We referenced the Group Golf Therapy podcast which we think is worth checking out! Follow Sarah on Instagram @boulder_sports_physio and For The Long Run @forthelrpod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support Freedom Solar Power This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process. Going solar isn’t as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide. Hydrow Thank you to Hydrow for sponsoring this episode! Hydrow is an immersive workout experience, designed to bring the physical, mental, and emotional experience of on-water rowing, straight to your home. Hydrow workouts are quick, efficient and low impact. Rowing for just 20 minutes a day provides you with a full body workout, which engages 86% of your muscles major muscle groups. For context, cycling engages 44%. I’ve been enjoying my Hydrow to fit in bonus cardio that doesn’t take much time at all, as even a 10-15 minute row feels like a solid workout. It’s a fun experience to be able to row on familiar routes, or explore new ones. Head to https://hydrow.com/ to learn more, and use code FTLR100 for $100 off your order. Goodr This episode is also brought to you by Goodr. Spring is here and Goodr has the slickest shades around, for only $25 and $35. They don't slip or bounce, and stay on my face way better than more expensive sunglasses. If you'd like to support me and the show, treat yourself to a pair (or two) and head over to Goodr.com and get 15% off your entire order with the code FTLR. That's 15% off at Goodr.com and the code FTLR. Your face will thank you! REVEL Big Cottonwood (June) This episode is brought to you by the REVEL Race Series. REVEL is an incredibly fast and remarkably beautiful series of full and half marathons that take place in the most scenic U.S. locations. All the races feature a fast downhill slope and spectacular scenery. Their next race takes runners from the canyons of the Wasatch Mountains to the foothills of Salt Lake City, Utah on September 10th for the 10-year anniversary of REVEL Big Cottonwood. Register at runrevel.com with code FTLR for $10 off.
01:00:00
June 03, 2022
215. Endeavorun Live Panel: The Coach-Athlete Relationship
This is Part 2 of a 3-Part episode recorded at the Endeavorun Austin retreat. Find Part 1 on the RaceMob podcast and Part 3 on the 80/20 Endurance podcast. The conversation is from a live panel discussion between Matt Fitzgerald, Bertrand Newson, Amanda Brooks and Dr Asher Henry, hosted by Jake Tuber and Hanna Hunstad. The four panelists are all coaches and in this episode they answer 3 key questions: -What do you wish more of your athletes knew? -What will you not do as a coach? -What do you wish more athletes would ask you as a coach? In this episode we talk about: -going all in on your goals -consistently over perfection -“slow” is not a bad word -easy days easy -the power of language -fitting in with the running community -the lost art of rest and recovery -nutrition and sleep for improved performance and injury prevention -structuring training for everyday runners: running, strength workouts, and complete rest days -the role of coaches -coaches not promising quick results -staying in your lane and listening -the coach-athlete relationship -finding the perfect coach -not setting limits and replacing “can’t” with “can” -not being afraid to ask why and questioning If you liked this conversation and want to be a part of the next Endeavorun Retreat in Boulder, follow @endeavorun on Instagram. Freedom Solar Power This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process. Going solar isn’t as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide. Tracksmith Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith just released their spring collection, and as the seasons shift yet again, I’m proud to continue this partnership with them. Tracksmith is a brand for committed runners like you and me. People who know that the best part of a busy day is squeezing in a workout. They offer products for training, racing, and rest days, which you know I’m a fan of, and create experiences that make running more rewarding, more connected, and more meaningful. Visit Tracksmith.com/forthelongrun to see some of my favorite pieces, and all orders with the code FORTHELONGRUN will receive free shipping, and 5% of your purchase amount will be donated to the Michael J Fox Foundation to help find a cure and support those living with Parkinsons. Hydrow Thank you to Hydrow for sponsoring this episode! Hydrow is an immersive workout experience, designed to bring the physical, mental, and emotional experience of on-water rowing, straight to your home. Hydrow workouts are quick, efficient and low impact. Rowing for just 20 minutes a day provides you with a full body workout, which engages 86% of your muscles major muscle groups. For context, cycling engages 44%. I’ve been enjoying my Hydrow to fit in bonus cardio that doesn’t take much time at all, as even a 10-15 minute row feels like a solid workout. It’s a fun experience to be able to row on familiar routes, or explore new ones. Head to https://hydrow.com/ to learn more, and use code FTLR100 for $100 off your order. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support
25:47
May 27, 2022
214. Sandy Crittenden: Going Solar and Finding Work-Life Balance
Sandy is a pretty awesome runner, outdoor enthusiast, and Freedom Solar employee. In this episode we talk about: -getting into Spartan racing and ultra running -epic solo adventures -testing limits and challenging impossible -the unique endurance athlete psyche -New England vs Colorado trail running -relocating for a better work-life balance -the intersection between endurance athletes and the environment -the basics of solar energy -saving money with renewable energy -why everyone can benefit from going solar -taking control of your own utilities -common renewable misconceptions -increasing productivity doing things you love -putting yourself first to be a better you Freedom Solar Power This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process. Going solar isn’t as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide. Tracksmith Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith just released their spring collection, and as the seasons shift yet again, I’m proud to continue this partnership with them. Tracksmith is a brand for committed runners like you and me. People who know that the best part of a busy day is squeezing in a workout. They offer products for training, racing, and rest days, which you know I’m a fan of, and create experiences that make running more rewarding, more connected, and more meaningful. Visit Tracksmith.com/forthelongrun to see some of my favorite pieces, and all orders with the code FORTHELONGRUN will receive free shipping, and 5% of your purchase amount will be donated to the Michael J Fox Foundation to help find a cure and support those living with Parkinsons. Hydrow Thank you to Hydrow for sponsoring this episode! Hydrow is an immersive workout experience, designed to bring the physical, mental, and emotional experience of on-water rowing, straight to your home. Hydrow workouts are quick, efficient and low impact. Rowing for just 20 minutes a day provides you with a full body workout, which engages 86% of your muscles major muscle groups. For context, cycling engages 44%. I’ve been enjoying my Hydrow to fit in bonus cardio that doesn’t take much time at all, as even a 10-15 minute row feels like a solid workout. It’s a fun experience to be able to row on familiar routes, or explore new ones. Head to https://hydrow.com/ to learn more, and use code FTLR100 for $100 off your order. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support
49:43
May 20, 2022
213. Justin Grunewald: Everyone Deserves a Spotlight and a Support System
Justin is a physician, trail runner, partner to Amanda Basham, and father of two. Justin also was Gabe Grunewald’s partner up until she passed away from cancer in 2019. In this episode we talk about: -trying different race distances -balancing running with medical school and long work hours -learning from failure, overtraining and fatigue -ultra running and trail adventures -Justin’s relationship with Gabe (Gabriele) Grunewald -being in the public eye and raising awareness of rare cancers -playing a supporting role -gratitude and not taking life for granted -grief and loss -building mental strength in running -the lure of Western States -loving the process more than the races -taking rest days -finding joy through giving to others -Boulder trail running -safety on the run -the human experience We mentioned Ladia Albertson-Junkans and you can hear from her on For The Long Run Episode 63. Ladia Albertson-Junkans: Running on Hope. Freedom Solar Power This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process. Going solar isn’t as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide. Tracksmith Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith just released their spring collection, and as the seasons shift yet again, I’m proud to continue this partnership with them. Tracksmith is a brand for committed runners like you and me. People who know that the best part of a busy day is squeezing in a workout. They offer products for training, racing, and rest days, which you know I’m a fan of, and create experiences that make running more rewarding, more connected, and more meaningful. Visit Tracksmith.com/forthelongrun to see some of my favorite pieces, and all orders with the code FORTHELONGRUN will receive free shipping, and 5% of your purchase amount will be donated to the Michael J Fox Foundation to help find a cure and support those living with Parkinsons. Hydrow Thank you to Hydrow for sponsoring this episode! Hydrow is an immersive workout experience, designed to bring the physical, mental, and emotional experience of on-water rowing, straight to your home. Hydrow workouts are quick, efficient and low impact. Rowing for just 20 minutes a day provides you with a full body workout, which engages 86% of your muscles major muscle groups. For context, cycling engages 44%. I’ve been enjoying my Hydrow to fit in bonus cardio that doesn’t take much time at all, as even a 10-15 minute row feels like a solid workout. It’s a fun experience to be able to row on familiar routes, or explore new ones. Head to https://hydrow.com/ to learn more, and use code FTLR100 for $100 off your order. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support
57:49
May 13, 2022
212. Bertrand Newson: Coaching with Happiness
Bertrand describes himself as the happiest version of himself at this moment in time. He is a former hotel executive who got into running later in life. Coach B is a father, brother, son, eldest of 6, full-time run coach and 64x marathoner! In this episode we talk about: -being humbled and appreciating the challenge of running -getting hooked on running and race celebrations -everyone has a unique and beautiful journey -being your personal best self -finding your why for training and racing -social running and prioritizing fun -taking the leap from corporate America to becoming Coach B full-time -finding your true purpose and trusting your intuition -the coach-athlete relationship -consistently leveling up as we age -happiness and intangible measures of success -running as a team sport -seeking out adversity and silver linings -Endeavorun running retreat -representation in the running/ coaching community -the impact/ influence of coaches -relatable role models Follow Coach B on Instragram @bertrandnewson and his coaching @toolegitfitness Freedom Solar Power This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process. Going solar isn’t as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide. Hydrow Thank you to Hydrow for sponsoring this episode! Hydrow is an immersive workout experience, designed to bring the physical, mental, and emotional experience of on-water rowing, straight to your home. Hydrow workouts are quick, efficient and low impact. Rowing for just 20 minutes a day provides you with a full body workout, which engages 86% of your muscles major muscle groups. For context, cycling engages 44%. I’ve been enjoying my Hydrow to fit in bonus cardio that doesn’t take much time at all, as even a 10-15 minute row feels like a solid workout. It’s a fun experience to be able to row on familiar routes, or explore new ones. Head to https://hydrow.com/ to learn more, and use code FTLR100 for $100 off your order. Goodr This episode is also brought to you by Goodr. Spring is here and Goodr has the slickest shades around, for only $25 and $35. They don't slip or bounce, and stay on my face way better than more expensive sunglasses. If you'd like to support me and the show, treat yourself to a pair (or two) and head over to Goodr.com and get 15% off your entire order with the code FTLR. That's 15% off at Goodr.com and the code FTLR. Your face will thank you! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support
55:39
May 06, 2022
211. Live at the Boston Marathon: Cultivating Communities and Belonging
This episode of the podcast is a recording from a live panel discussion at the Brooks Hyperion House during the 2022 Boston Marathon weekend. This discussion is moderated by me, Jonathan Levitt, and the panelists are: Dana Bogan, Sidney Baptista, Emily Saul, and Amy Tortorello. In this episode we talk about: -the Boston running community -defining community and belonging -celebrating diversity of person and pace -reasons for showing up -being part of something bigger than yourself -November Project and running groups -community beyond the run -feeling seen and supported unconditionally -being more than a runner -showing up when you don’t want to -representation and belonging in the running community -relating to professional running -self-acceptance and compassion -leadership and coaching -the intersection between movement and mindset, running and psychology -evolving relationships with running and community Find our panelists on Instagram: Dana Bogan @strength.soul.sarcasm Sidney Baptista @sidbap Emily Saul @emilysaulboston Amy Tortorello @amy__tea And follow For The Long Run podcast @forthelrpod This episode is brought to you by Freedom Solar Power, the company I am using to go solar on my house. When I first started looking into solar, I thought it would be a clunky and expensive process. Going solar isn’t as hard as you think it is, and Freedom Solar Power is a turnkey solution focused on educating the consumer and making sure they have all the information they need to make sure going solar is right for them, both financially and as a way to help the planet. With no downpayment required, solar not only ads value to your home and is great for the environment, and might even allow you to save money from day one. Freedom Solar operates in Texas, Colorado, Virginia, and Florida, but there are plenty of other great options nationwide. Thank you to Tracksmith for sponsoring this episode. Tracksmith just released their spring collection, and as the seasons shift yet again, I’m proud to continue this partnership with them. Tracksmith is a brand for committed runners like you and me. People who know that the best part of a busy day is squeezing in a workout. They offer products for training, racing, and rest days, which you know I’m a fan of, and create experiences that make running more rewarding, more connected, and more meaningful. Visit Tracksmith.com/forthelongrun to see some of my favorite pieces, and all orders with the code FORTHELONGRUN will receive free shipping, and 5% of your purchase amount will be donated to the Michael J Fox Foundation to help find a cure and support those living with Parkinsons. Thank you to Brooks for hosting this live panel discussion at the Brooks Hyperion house during the 2022 Boston Marathon weekend.
56:22
April 29, 2022