I hope you enjoyed Episode #1 and now know a little more about me. Lindsey Hein is a great interviewer and was wonderful to speak to. Please give a listen to her podcast, I'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein.
In Episode #2, we get to the format of Feel Good Running starting with a little blabbing by me with my thoughts. My friend recently sent me a Email that he went into Atrial Fibrillation the day after a triathlon and mentions his GPS & Apple Watch saved his life. He said this is common for older athletes. I'm not sure the age range that my audience will be when the podcast grows but this is good discussion for any age. I talk a little about that.
The treat of this episode is my interview with Dr. Karen L. Ostlund. I've been friends with Karen and her husband Fred for a few years now. They come out to Maui from Austin, Texas at least twice a year and join our Wednesday Night Run and we do things outside of running.
Karen is a true Feel Good Runner! Besides her passion as a Professor, teaching science at the University of Texas - Austin, her passion is running. Karen has done over 100 marathons, numerous half-marathons, 10 & 5k races and travels extensively to run them--many with friends. It seems every time I see her Facebook Post, she is running a race somewhere. She is also a running coach for Austin Fit.
In addition to all the running Karen does, she and her husband friend give back by volunteering at local races. What is most amazing, Karen is 75 years old but looks and acts as if she is 45!
I hope you enjoy this interview with Karen. She is such an inspiration to everyone she meets!
And I finish off the show with a inspirational quote for you to think about. Please share my podcast with all your running friends and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts from that we are on.
Thanks for listening and always feel good about your running!
Gene Dykes - 70 Year old trying to break the age group record by Ed Whitlock of [2:54:48]. Whitlock was 73 at the time.
Man Kaur- 102 year old runner, still running and winning medals. What's your excuse?
Dr. Karen L. Ostlund
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