About this episode
Jeffrey is sometimes a runner and sometimes a comedian, always a husband and always a dog and car dad, always adventurous and always hungry.
In this episode we talked about:
- every runner’s story is valid
- every day runner representation
- size inclusion and diversity in running
- imposter syndrome
- white male privilege and racism
- male vulnerability, emotions, and grief
Watch Jeffrey’s film Once Is Enough https://www.amazon.com/Once-Enough-Jeffrey-James-Binney/dp/B085GHM2CB
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Thank you to Lauren Daniels for supporting the podcast. Lauren is a realtor helping buyers and sellers in the Greater Denver-Boulder area. With incredible attention to detail, Lauren helped me find the perfect home right near the trails, and made the whole home buying process as smooth and stress-free as possible. So, if you’re even considering buying a home in this area, I highly recommend working with Lauren. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org, and let her know we sent you. Follow Lauren on Instagram @lauren.in.colorado
This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp.
Here at the For The Long Run Podcast, you know we love to talk about the BIGGER stuff, the DEEPER stuff, and get down to the nitty-gritty of what makes life interesting and beautiful. And while a lot of what we talk about on this show is about our physical capabilities, a big part of what we believe in here at the podcast is doing the internal work. And that’s why we’re proudly sponsored by BetterHelp, because, like them, we believe therapy is for everyone. With BetterHelp, you can tap into a network of over 25,000 licensed and experienced therapists who can help you with a wide range of issues.
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