About this episode
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
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Thank you to Brooks for hosting this live panel discussion at the Brooks Hyperion house during the 2022 Boston Marathon weekend.
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