About this episode

Amy Puzey is a mother, a wife, a runner, a holistic nutritionist, race director, business owner and more.

In this episode, we talked about:

  • getting started as a runner
  • going longer on trails
  • what got her into race directing
  • balancing family/work/running
  • the response with Tommy Puzey
  • what it’s like being a race director in 2020/2021
  • what people can do to support their favorite races
  • how she became passionate about nutrition
  • why she believes she is/we are here
  • her work with Access Nutrients and enzymes
  • and much more!

Follow along with Amy’s adventures at https://www.instagram.com/amyg.zn/

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