About this episode
Kara Goucher returns to the show! Check out For The Long Run Episode 34 for the first time Kara was on the podcast.
Kara is a mom, race announcer, Oiselle and Altra sponsored athlete still super passionate about running beyond her elite career.
In this episode we talk about:
- the transformative power of running
- raising an active kid
- prioritizing family
- reasons to run beyond setting PRs
- running grateful and appreciating every mile
- redefining goals and expectations
- health challenges, illness and injury
- aging and masters running
- life after elite running
- the draw of ultra marathons
- differences in mentality between road, track, trail and ultra runners
- braking free from the watch and the data
- sponsorship in the age of social media
- the place for podcasts
- success is feeling whole and connected
- family running goals
- stepping into fear and setting scary goals
- shared experiences in running and life
Follow Kara on Instagram @karagoucher and For The Long Run @forthelrpod
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