“I wish I could be Bart Yasso, even if it was just for a day. … I wish I could be Bart Yasso but I
“There must be somebody else just like me. I really need to find another mom. I really need to find another six-year-old boy who’s going
“There are so many different platforms out there for people who want to be their best runner, but there are very few platforms out there
“In life, you have to start your own adventure. You have to be the instigator of your own story.”—Toby Tanser So many times, we focus
“It was kind of like a lightning bolt moment for me. I was like, Oh my God, this is one of those things that I’m
“I just have to thank God that I had that opportunity, and then that I was prepared for it and that there were people rooting
“Soccer doesn’t really wait for you… it was completely shattering and it felt like a punishment. It was really sad.”—Hailey Hogan Hailey has more insight
In this episode, Jon and I speak with sub-four miler and long-term senior care entrepreneur Bryan Lindsay. Bryan Lindsay was a great runner who didn’t
Jon and Bryan speak with soccer coach and kidney disease survivor Jeremy Bedig about his journey battling kidney disease. In this episode, Jon and
Jon and Bryan discuss the early days of running in New York City, as well as the pivotal role Ted Corbitt played in so much
Jon and Bryan are joined by Wesley Williams to talk about his career as a Paralympic guide runner and how he found his purpose.
Jon and Bryan sit down with ‘Mr. Marathon’ Tracy Sundlun to talk about how he influenced the world of track and field and distance running.
In this episode, Jon and I speak with the author and founder of the National Black Marathoner’s Association Tony Reed. Tony has had an amazing
Jon and Bryan speak with marketing and engagement consultant Toni Semanskee on her discovery of her superpowers and how she’s using them to build her
Jon and Bryan speak with the Kidney Fighter, Marc Coronel, about how boxing has helped him overcome his kidney disease and live his best life.