Hope Virgo embodies true Running for Real spirit. She demonstrates
the courage of speaking the truth and being honest with oneself,
especially through challenges. Hope has written two books sharing
about recovery from eating disorders, mental health campaigner
helping young people and employers, and is an advocate
Alya Alghamdi is a track and field athlete from Saudi Arabia.
Growing up in a place where girls couldn’t participate in sports,
she never imagined she would be on the way to try and represent her
country in the Olympics as a female runner.
In this episode, Alya shares about fleeing her country and going
Dave Hollis says whenever a change is introduced into your life, it
shakes your identity. In this episode, Dave and Tina backtrack
elements of Dave’s life that led him to unearth nuggets of wisdom
about navigating change, hard times, narrating your own story, and
a methodology of setting goals and getting...
Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel is someone making
waves at the intersection of sport and advocacy. She's a
fourth-generation Lower Brule Sioux Tribe runner doing her heart’s
work in using running to amplify voices and representation of
Black, Brown, Asian, Muslim, Two-Spirit, Immigrant,
For Damian Hall, life is about striving for progress, not
perfection. As a record-breaking ultra-marathoner, Damian is also a
father, coach, journalist, and author. He’s setseven
times), most recently setting the record in the UK’s Pennine Way.
In this episode, Damian shares about his journey...
Welcome to the Running for Real podcast, where each week we bring you a conversation designed to help you create positive changes in your life, community, and planet. We’re a community of athletes, creatives, and adventure seekers. People with a shared love of sports, responsibility to the environment, and commitment to social justice. Running for Real is for those with courage and vulnerability. United by our love of running, we’re driving momentum toward some of the really tough challenges we’re all facing as humanity. Come join me, Tina Muir, and let's get started.