39 Burst results for "Ali"
Fresh update on "ali" discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Fight. So they called me on the phone they commissioner up there, and he said, would you fight Alvin blue Lewis? And I said, yeah, when? He said, next week, I said, can I get licensed? He said, absolutely. So I said, send me a ticket. So I went up to Michigan and I beat blue Lewis to death. I beat him. Ten out of ten rounds. And then I went to Ali's camp and up in dearly, and I said that, you know, I think it's time we got it on, son. And he said, yeah, well, you know, I think we probably could work something out. And we went into a room into a locker room and closed the door and all the press was up there because he was up training for a fight, and we're kicking the door and punching the door and screaming at each other. They thought we were in their fighting, right? They thought we were killing each other. We came back out. These lands are like hell. And they the shock look on their face. It was great. So I said, listen, man, I said, let's seriously talk about getting a fight on. He said, let me ask you a question, he said. If I give you a title fight, do you really want to try to beat me? I shall tell you what. For the very first time in my career, I will go away to camp like you do. And I'll spend 8 weeks getting ready for the fight. And when you come in that ring, bring a gum with you because you're going to need a sound. That's great. And you look the beauty took to the guy the cookie said, two steaks, please. It was such a great guy. I mean, I loved Ali. Ali was he was a terrific individual. Yeah, I have two last boxing questions for you. The first of which is what's your opinion on boxing today right Jack? Because I feel like boxing in this 50 60 70s 80s and even the 90s was even the heavyweight division was pretty good. I feel like now it's almost nonexistent. The difference is, you know, like one time, I mean, I had so many fights in a ten year period. I mean, I thought like 6 times a year, 7 times a year. You know, and these guys fight once a year. If that, you know, it's like when I retired from boxing and I was in the gym training and this young man, I watched this kid training and I said, well, it was at the goose and Jim, the goose and brothers. And I said, who is that kid? Frankie lyles. He's from Detroit. They just sent him from Detroit at us, because the South Pole and these boring and so I watched the kid and I'd took him a step aside and send down and said hey, what's on this is who I am, so I know you answered. I said, do you listen to me for 6 months? I will make you world champion. But you got to do everything I.
UK police charge 25-year-old man with lawmaker's murder
"A man has been charged with murder I'm preparing acts of terrorism in the stopping of British politician and lawmaker sedated they miss Holly Hobbie Ali H. twenty five I'm from north London has been charged with murder the charge was announced by police spokesman Matt cheek Ali is accused to stopping British politician Amos as he met his constituents at a chat tool the prosecutor in the case intends to submit that the matter had a terrorist connection because it but it's just an ideological motivations the death of a mess who had a forty year career in British politics some of my two than twenty fifteen has sought to Britain's politicians who pride themselves on being accessible to their constituents G. compound police authorities reassessing politicians security we've been working closely with parliaments and security team and with the home office to review existing arrangements for MP security I'm
Fresh update on "ali" discussed on ESPN FC
"I have clothes. He's not gonna say coupe. And what about you, Frank? Can you just least, anybody for any kind of social here? I will explain be clearly we're spending clearly that I just don't need to. I'm gonna say it again. I'm gonna get some help. All right. Okay, Frank, come on, some support for Ali. Yeah, so we go forward because I listen to Shaka explaining that Manchester nature will manage to win against Tottenham, maybe draw against Atalanta and lose by one one nil maybe one Goldie friends against Manchester City, therefore he's going to last longer than kuma and because I think come is going to be gone very, very soon. Okay, but the overall feeling is that cumin lasts longer. All right. Just a Mayo for all the guys..
Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade
"People across the country are taking time to renew efforts to find children who vanished as part of national missing children's day at also holds true for a local family that never stopped searching for their daughter. Allie low at sir. She has not been seen since april of two thousand ten. Allie was just sixteen years old when she disappeared channel. Two's brandon walker joins us from bumble with. What's being done to help. Find her and other missing children across the area brandon. Good morning to you. No doubt allies disappearance is one of the more high profile disappearances. We've covered here over the past six years or so but get this. The center for missing children says just last year alone. There were ten thousand reported missing cases of children here in the county area alone. As far as allie goes the hope according to her mother is that someone will see this with some information. That'll bring her daughter home for six years. We've been searching for her. It hasn't gotten any easier joanne. Lewitt's mother valley lois or has been missing. Since april twenty six two thousand ten six years ago she left home alone walking to work alley. Didn't make it to work. Though she was last seen getting off a school. Bus alleys disappearance sparked a nationwide search countless tips. One of them profiled on investigation discovery channels last seen alive. The program followed tip that alley had been working in columbus ohio as a prostitute. The tip was no not allie. Today on national missing children's day allie lewis are got a billboard. She's had one in the past. Hopefully this time it will garner leads. That work tips. Joanne hopes will bring her daughter home. I wish this billboard could stay permanently. It's bigger than every store window in town. If we had digital billboards specified just for missing people. It could run for twenty four hours without any repeats. It's the sad fact.
Fresh update on "ali" discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Stories obviously spend a lot of time in stillwater himself. So maybe grab lizzy the boys come onto a bilican game yeah. I think we've got some staff there to In okay and thomas is aguas now. He's a really close friend of mine and he's on. Yeah they took jake. Man's woman is the strength coach. So it's kind of turned into oklahoma state north in a may have try to get up there and see some of my friends. I have to tell you when matt holliday was a player. We had some media interaction. But i i never thought that. And i think i've said this before we had them on and maybe september early on to talk about the twenty eleven run to walk through that season that magical run and matt's got a lot of great baseball insight but i just would not have desk. When he was a player that he would end up there. I mean they did hire mike metheny with no managerial experience. Matt's coaching in the game. Currently and the fact that he just put his name out there. I like that. And why not and maybe it would have resonated with build with maybe not i think they sort had their mind made up that they were going in house with ali mall once. They decided their move. On from mike. Shelter it probably wasn't going to happen. But i like the idea that matches put it there. Why not I hope you enjoy that conversation. It was it was fun talking some baseball with. We'll do it every so often with matt here on this particular show you all the segments at spotify i tunes even a lot of our past episodes kilcoyne conversation. They all hold up. You can go back and listen to kevin harlan talk about his career. Bill raftery so many segments are really profiles of the people involved. Kenny albert. Lot of announcers as sort of rattle. These names off the tough top of my head. They are a lot of announcers that have been featured on the show but feel free to go back and check those segments out as well. All of our.
"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"I announced again in the facebook group. It's always going to be on my social media. I guess that's the short answer patriot on instagram stories. It's really instagram posts. It's my instagram stories. Which will have to watch Instagram's stories sometimes twitter and the facebook group I really i record these podcasts. So much in advance that. I don't put out announcements on the podcast. So i'm never going to do like an intro. Saying tickets are on sale. Now that herb in five days whatever it is. That's just that for me doesn't make a lot of sense based on my own recording schedule so anyway. This is a long answer to kind of tell you that patriae on facebook group instagram stories will be your best bets. I'm ali on the run one on instagram by the way Check those out. I know that not. Everyone has social media. I know that not everyone is on instagram again. I am doing the very best with what i have right now. You know. I've wanted to do an email newsletter for a long time. It's just beyond my band with right now so Maybe someday i will. I will put together an email list and get a newsletter. It's one of those things. That's always on my list. And i just haven't gotten to. I have to prioritize and so Hopefully one of those outlets will be a suitable place for most of you. If not i understand and i am sorry Yeah so do my best and thank you to everyone who who has been to the live shows or listen to them. After the fact. I i really appreciate it. I appreciate the support. Hollywood isn't jackie from outside of sort. Help yeah And my question for you. And i feel like i feel like you'll have a good answer. This question Is what was your favorite in the babysitter's club books. I hope you read them. I feel like a person who would have read them My favorite cloudy out. But i'd love to know Which one you like the best. Thanks oh my god the baby sitters club defined my childhood. I wrote a letter to end. Martin she wrote back. I still have it in my nightstand at my parents house. I was obsessed the books this super specials. All of it always skip chapter two. You never need to read chapter two because it's always the same thing always repetitive. Always the background like we know why. Christie founded the club. So stacey was my favorite hands down hardcore i modeled my handwriting after hers. I still do my as like her. Still do by ease like her. I've adjusted my s.'s. Don't longer quite so sharp on the top and then like the circular on the bottom But yes i used to. Dot my is with hearts just like stacy stacy wanted to live in new york city and so did i. Stacy had diabetes. And i had crows disease and so we were destined to be soulmates Always always always loved stacey. I can now recognize that. I would say i am still a stacey with a christie rising. I am bossy. I do like to organize. Do like to be in charge. So i can recognize that i never related to claudia. She was such a creative free spirit. Which i'm not. I always thought marianne was like an a boring Push she had a boyfriend. Which was cool. I like that about her I liked don because she was blonde. And so was i But it used to really bother me that her mom was always like leaving her purse in the fridge and i was like. Why is don's mom's such as donor. And now i'm older and i'm like good fawns mom so yet and then obviously jesse was a dancer. Mallory i never related to and you know what. If you're like a mallory fan if you're a marianne don't come at me. These are my opinions. I respect yours. Truly love the entire. Bse i loved the net flicks reboot. I thought it was perfectly done. Season two is coming. I'm so excited. So yes stacy's my favorite boy crazy stacey. She was just so mature and so chic and she came to stony brook from the city and she was just destined to be a city girl. And i felt that i was too and so Stacey always and forever though really. I respect each of them and the way that they're also different but came together for a greater purpose which is babysitting in making kid kits. I love talking about the baby sitters club. Let's do an entire patriot episode with baby sitters club super fans and yes. I know all about the podcast about it. So great question. I love this martin. If you're listening we love you. We're forever indebted to thank you for giving us the bse great question to another ask. Allie in the bucks. Thank you so much for being here for this one. Thank you everyone who called in for questions. I always love hearing. What's on your mind. And i appreciate you taking the time to ask me a little something. So if you love this format let me know and remember. You can be a part of the next one. That number to call is nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine. I would love to hear from you. Always fun to hear your voices again. It's nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine. Write it down. Screen shot it. Tattoo it on your face. Don't forget that number. Ask a question. Let me know how you're doing because we are best friends. If only in my mind as always you can find me at alley on the run one on instagram and twitter and in the alley on the run show. Best running friends facebook group. You can also check me out on patriae on which is patriot dot com slash ali on the run. There's lots of bonus episodes over there. Lots of solo episodes. So if you like this one. I think you'll like those two. And they're always unedited so lots of unfiltered fun over on patriotic. Big thanks to her for supporting these episodes. Go good or dot com slash on the run code on the fifteen is going to get you fifteen. Percents off your entire order. Have the best day ever have a great weekend. Have fun on the run. Have fun author on and thanks for joining me on the run rate here..
Fresh update on "ali" discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"That was impressive on buster only am in Houston in the lobby of our hotel, which is why Taylor, you're gonna hear some elevator music. I love that. I love the ambiance. First of all, I'm just glad that you are out in the world, you're covering a World Series, which I know you love and I like when you change the venue up. We haven't had a baggage claim Monday in a while, so we'll have to think of a new moniker for this hotel lobby situation as you progress through the final stage of the season here. Yeah, and it's gotta be related to elevator music in some way because I'm hearing a bunch of that. Before we get going, I need a World Series prediction from the rev. Oh. I think I'm gonna go Astros in 7, but buster. Wow, we've got it. We've got a couple. I've got some bets in already this morning. I'm like wow. Under? Let me pull out my app here 'cause sports gambling is now legal in Connecticut. So I've got a couple dollars on an Eddie Rosario hit. I've actually got the braves tonight as the winner and then I've got the under, which is the total runs is 8. So I'm juiced up, man. I'm ready to go. You pick the under on 8. Yes. You got your crazy. I know I'm gonna be, there's gonna be some runs in this World Series. I think so too. I just think tonight if there was a night to play the under with both the aces up, I think this is when you do it, so. All right, well, you are on the record. It was a big day in St. Louis yesterday, the introduction of their new manager Ali marmont. He talked about being the new manager of St. Louis. There's just so much information at hand and being collaborative, not only with the front office, but with baseball development with the performance department. With the analytics, there's so much that we can tap into that will allow us to move this forward in a way that I'm truly energized to do. Here's John as they like the cardinal's president of baseball operations. Always going to have his own voice. He's going to be able to put his own fingerprints on this. And ultimately, you hope and expect that he learned to do things in his own way and one that he has a lot of confidence in. The Philadelphia affiliates yesterday with a nice pickup they announced the signing of infield coach Bobby Dickerson, he had been with the San Diego Padres before that. He was with the Baltimore Orioles, highly respected, and you would assume a lot of the work that he's going to be doing is with third baseman Alec poem trying to get him right defensively as they move forward. Now, yesterday was, of course, the workout day leading up to the World Series, dusty baker, the Astros manager talked about what he's all about. I think that's been gone a while. I mean, we're here where we want it to be, and so you just play the game. I mean, you play the game for the love of the game and the love of, you know, winning, you know? And they're about winning and, you know, I'm about winning. Here's Astor's infielder Carlos Correa, who is one of really show the world that we're the best team out there in our frosty that we got to get four more wins. I don't think the outside noise, motivates us at all. Just the guy inside there. We motivate ourselves to just be better every single day and you see the results on the field. He was of course referring to the science Stanley scandal. Here's Freddie Freeman the braves first baseman. It took him a little bit longer than I'm sure he wanted to to figure out the success. But when he got here, he figured it out. And he's taking that and run with it. He's coming to in my opinion the best big game picture there is in this sport and we got him going game one and that's huge for us. You got I'm sure max will probably be going game two. So when you can fire those two guys out and you're feeling pretty comfortable and confident about yourselves going into game one with Charlie Morton on the mound. Yep, Charlie Morton, he is a big game pitcher. Taylor, what do you got? Buster a couple things, of course, you can listen to every pitch of the World Series on ESPN radio, tune in for pregame coverage tonight, starting at 7 p.m. eastern first pitch is at 8 O 8. Also, new episode of bald man on campus is in the can. It's coming this afternoon last week. I forgot who we previewed. That's kind of embarrassing, but today, Seth Greenberg, JBL, some lafono Ellis, our previewing, the SEC and big east. We've already done the ACC big 12 PAC 12 and Big Ten were only two weeks away from college troops..
"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Welcome to the alley on the run show. I'm your host. Alex feller and it is just us today for this edition of ask allie. This is where you get to call in. And ask whatever's on your mind. And i will do my best to give you my most honest answer. I am fresh off of a three day trip to new york city which was so nice so wonderful. These trips are always really quick and jam packed. And i always go into them thinking. I'm gonna get so much done. I'm to do so much. I'm going to see everyone i know and then in the blink of an eye it's over and i'm back on that amtrak headed north to boston It was a great trip though. I was in town for the new balance fifth avenue mile. Which was this past. Sunday was doing some video stuff for new york roadrunners and new balance. That video should be out sometime this week. So i'll be sure to share it. But i was basically the host for what will be the video recap of the day so i got to run the race in the morning. My heat was at eight fifteen. Am they kind of followed me around. Not while i was running. I was like you do not get to fill me running. I don't know how the pros do it. But they look good when they run. I look less good But they followed me around to the start. And then i did a little recap after of what it was like and then did a quick change in porta because that's life at the races and then i got to spend the entire day doing lots of fun interviews with cool people. A lot of people were very excited to hear that. Two of the people. I interviewed work zach clark and adams who are from the bachelorette but i've never watched that show so to me. They were just people who ran our race. But i also had the privilege of interviewing an f. d. n. y. Firefighter he ran the race. He ran a five thirty so fast. he was part of the nine eleven rescue efforts. Twenty years ago we were Featuring him and honoring him because of course the race was the day after the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven so it was really special getting to talk to him to such a cool guy so it was a busy trip. It was a fun trip. I will talk more about that on a patriotic episode. If you wanna make sure you get that episode in access to all of the extra bonus stuff on patriot on you can go to patriae on dot com slash ali on the run. There's lots of extras over there. And if you're looking for a way to support the show beyond listening which i so appreciate patriot is a great option again. It's patriae on dot com slash alley on the run all right before we get into these questions. Lots and lots and lots of russians have a really big backlog right now just so fun so if you don't hear your question on this one keep listening it'll probably make it into the next one or the one after that but before we do that. I like to start these episodes with a deep breath because then it ensures that i take one deep breath every other week so Join me won't you. Let's take a big cleansing and coming deep breath together and then we'll get into the good stuff good job now. If you wanna ask a question for the next edition of ask ali so love to hear from you. You can call the official alley on the run show voice mailbox. It is nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine. That number is in the show notes. It's wherever you're listening to this episode and it's on my website again. Nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine.
Boston Marathon Race Director, Dave McGillivray, Gives Advice for World Marathon Challenge Hopefuls
"This week's guest on the show is a woman named deirdre keane. She was just featured on humans of new york and the running community was so excited. We were like a runner on humans of new york and her next big goal is that world marathon challenge any advice for her she signed. She's doing it like she has signed up. she's good. She's doing it next year if she's listening to this any advice for her well for me. It's like anything else before you can make a commitment like that. You have to earn the right to do it than what you can't do it on a buyer room that it's it's gonna come back to bite you so you have to do the work and i knew i could do the work. I been there before in terms of running that many miles consecutively day to day to day to day when i was wanted to fifty miles every single day for almost eighty consecutive days. So what's the big deal running twenty six miles for seven days in a row but the big deal is the fact attorney seven continents and so for me. It was more about not as much the training. 'cause that was a given but it was about the rat race in between and it was about sleep deprivation. It was about nutrition while flying was about recovery at thirty five thousand feet no sitting in a seat for twelve hours you know and then get often go run another marathon so trying to figure that all out it was about the weather. Temperatures in climates that we were in antarctica and it was whatever ten degrees and then back plane six hours later. You're in south. Africa running at eighty five degrees and your body's calling. Yeah not a lot of time to acclimate gave. You gotta figure that all out in advance. i mean i think anyone who serious about it does the training. I mean the running. I don't mean to be little it. It wasn't easy. I'm not saying disease but it was probably the less challenge in part of the overall experience for me was the running. When i was running. I was like thank god. I'm running like dumb. Does fly in done with this craziness. get employed. We get my luggage and all that stuff on buses and everything. I'm out here in the moment. Doing what i loved to do in impediment was like that was the calm. That was almost the easy pot. The running
USMNT Survive Qualifier Scare, Defeating Honduras 4-1
"Hello come into espn. F c k murray and ali marino. Here with you in the studio we are also joined by jurgen klinsmann. Casey keller and ian darke to to look back on the us men's win over honduras for one finished but it really was a tale of two halves. I'll start with you again. How worried we were in the first half it looked as was going to be a disaster was a little bit. Nervous at halftime really beyond. It didn't look so good. But then obviously the second half was to remain as they kind of the equalizer. They've threw themselves into that game day. They're really fought for every single ball. Every engine the field of a feisty there but going into that one against one battle adjusted to the circumstances day zula and then one day. They got their goal. The equalizer they really then controlling a game and dominating greg to meet the right adjustments for the second half that brought you brought in the right people as well you know it worked out just perfectly and a ended up in a tremendous big win and i think that calms everybody down. Now it was well-deserved. They really can enjoy that moment because to win in honduras in such a place. Some beatles. Zula is very rare. So so you've got to take that all in and congratulations to them was awesome
Marathoner Deirdre Keane on How She Has Added More Meaning to Her Running
"You say i'm gonna do one marathon in memory of my dad. Check it off. The bucket list spoiler. You're now a thirty plus time marathoner. So is it because that first one wasn't as hard as you thought it would be as that why you wanted to sign up from her. What motivated you to go and go back to like race. Registration dot com. And find another one and i think a lot of people can relate to this depending how a race goes right. Sometimes we hit the wall and finished a race like never again but other times when we had a relatively good race endorphins. Kick in right. When do i sign up for another one. Oh my gosh. that was awesome. We forget mile full team to twenty two when Struggling and hated our lives. So i knew i had marathons future for. They also thought. I sleep. Good way to travel so i graduated from northeastern that may and i moved to ireland and i started running marathons in different spots in ireland. I did dial blend belfast cork. I moved back. i said okay like. Let's continue to utilize this traveling. Iran traveling iran multiple marathons across the you ask at edinburgh london paris berlin. It's a great way to see the world and it's a great way just to get releases then i don't feel more motivated when you know. There's a trip coming in with the marathon. Oh heck yeah. Run -cation if you will use that yeah yeah. I didn't make that up. I don't get credit for that your credit because you introduced the term to me. I'll take it of ega. You also shave. That's that's a great time for your first race but you've also shaved quite a bit europe. Pr ers now three. Fourteen is that right yeah premium endemic. I was doing quite well. A part of a running club in the bronze calling portland track club. And i love them. Because when you're running with a group of people especially competitive runners you had to push yourself more than you would when you're just running by yourself Unfortunately i scheduled to some permit me to join track workouts but it lets we see potential when i do joining so slowly. Shaving off in ed's and My dream is to do some three however my big thing burning is that should always add value to your lights and always take away right so at what point are trying so hard that it becomes more difficult and you feel like stressing you hour so if it happens great but it's not going to be the end all be all for me.
Grubhub Accused of Overcharging Restaurants Amid COVID Pandemic in New Lawsuits
"Ingram hub in new york city a lot of restaurants. We're finding that they were getting charged for phone calls. Now you think about that. And you're like that's kind of weird. How could grub charge a restaurant for a phone call. The way they do that is when you go to the grub up pitch for your favorite restaurant they generate a number that route routes through grub hub. I so you're actually calling the restaurant but not before grab the mafia daughter for you right. But like this is why they feel like it's mafia. They opened the door for you. They're not providing any service besides discovery. Personally i've done this. I i wanna call the restaurant directly order from them and reduced that mission costs so i go and they don't like maybe have a website or maybe grow is the first thing that shows up so i clicked on crop up. Call that phone number now. I know they are not getting a benefit from that. They're still being charged. And what's weird about it is. They can't determine the order that you've done so they do like an average so like they between like for this restaurant the hampel noodle the ex-pat in in harlem charging like five to eight dollars five to seven dollars about like approximately per order so like if i'm ordering like an eleven dollar noodles myself and now they're being charged five to seven dollars for that like that's a crazy amount of money. In a lot of cases it's an algorithm that was determining how charge because there's nobody on the phone listening. Actually i listening to the calls so the algorithm says this call last thirty seconds. It's an order but sometimes it wasn't an order. The person was like hey like do you have this dish like and they were like no and i actually hung up and drop hub was actually chart charging for that. Oh this is. there's a lawsuit actually a couple of lawsuits. That have happened outside of new york city or people have sued for group. Says like you're right. We should only charge for orders on the phone that resulted order so they still believe that like it should be able to get money also phone call orders but they basically saying there are a lot of fraudulent charge. There are some fraudulent charges that
"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"That smart. Is that wise. Is that okay. Like and ultimately it was well. The meniscus is already dangling off the bone. It's not gonna dangle more so that was her decision But for the ever again she probably and i don't know more assumptions. A very good chance that her competing and being at the olympics probably meant bonuses For her and probably was financially lucrative. And keep in mind. This is her job. I did not ask that specifically. But i know that with many brands and sponsors that It's it's one thing to make the team but you don't get that payout until you actually compete at the olympics so that may have been a part of it. She didn't talk about that. So i'll never know unless i ask but anyway just a different situation so i personally have not. I don't think i've ever dion after did not finish. I don't think i've ever dna after race. But i've i've had many do not starts whether it was because training didn't work out or oftentimes because of my stomach the number of races i've paid for a not run because crohn's disease came out to play lots. Oh yeah. I've given lots of money to raise organizations and not run those races. So you're welcome but that was the right call for me. There's nothing to prove. There was you know i don't to me. It's not heroic to have a miserable experience. it's not heroic to further injure myself. It's not her roic to set myself back for what for a medal for an instagram posts for a couple of hundred likes not worth it. I would rather you be the people's champion by saying. Hey i made the tough call and things weren't going well and i didn't want to further injure myself. I wasn't in the good head. Space I you know quitting gets a bad rap but i don't i i do think there are ways in which it's just not worth it to push through. I don't think quitting is always the worst thing ever and so i know that after putting an all of that training and hard work and having those expectations and having a history with that race that it that it's hard to not have the outcome that you want but i do know that that's part of the process. I've talked to enough people who Talk about the process right. We've talked a lot recently on the show about process goals and about what those look like and journey versus destination. I think both are great. I you know nothing wrong with the destination but sometimes we do take the scenic route or the unplanned route and so just know that Making the decision not to finish is never easy. No that pros. Dna phrases all the time. Look at how. Many people did not finish the olympic marathon trials in atlanta last year. So many some of the toughest. Emily sisson did not finish the olympic marathon trials and then went on to become in olympia in the ten thousand meters. Not only that but at the olympic track and field trials. She blew the field away. And you know what if she had pushed through that day in atlanta. She might have gotten injured. She might have tripped at one of those potholes. She might have herself back. You may have gotten hypothermia we'll never know but sometimes saying no is the best thing that you can do for yourself so i give you a lot of credit. I know that you are super tough. And that you're gonna come back strong know that you're in good company with lots of people who have the nf before and come back stronger. And i don't know if you can feel it. But i just put my arms around my microphone. That was mu giving you a hug and saying that you'll be back and better than ever i promise. Thanks for calling. Hey allie actually my second. Take of leaving this voicemail thir- mad props all your podcasting and making your seat. Sounds so sima. Because i'm struggling to leave voicemail without even allowed gaston But anyway i'm katherine. I'm from charleston south carolina and my question for you is your honest opinion on good old. Let's run dot com I'm definitely an outlier as a young female runner who actually enjoy the content. That is on there Obviously there are some that is harsh and maybe not that in the best way but curious your opinion and then my second question which isn't really a question. It's actually a formal invitation If you're looking for a fall half marathon And he wants to go see a new beautiful place that you may or may not have been to before highly ten of ten recommended. The block island half-marathon. Think october tenth. The someday so as long as october tenth this year actually sunday when it is block. Island is beautiful kind of in your neck of the woods in new england. I will be there running so if you wanna come let me know and hopefully we'll see you. Then thanks all right while you made me laugh with the first part voicemails trustfall. I haven't left a voicemail for someone in forever because i think that leaving voicemails stressful For all of my shits creek fans out there one of my all time favorite scenes on shits creek is when david is high in the empty general store that he has just purchased and he calls patrick and is trying so hard to leave him voicemails but he's super high and he obviously likes patrick and keeps messing it up. That's one of my all time favorite scenes on that show. So relatable are you. Hi i mean we can talk about it. You sounded great. So okay. I block island half sounds amazing. My college roommate. Shout out to d-mass girardi. She used to go to block island all the time. She's a lifelong rhode islander and so heard a lot about block island. I will like one of the first story. She ever told me when we were college. Roommates was about a con. A howie day concert that she went to on block island why i remember things like that and nothing helpful but anyway would love to take you up on that but going to be a little busy that weekend. I will be in boston that weekend. It is boston marathon weekend. I'm not running. Let's not get ahead of ourselves here. i am going to be doing at least one event boston marathon weekend. It's going to be saturday night six. Pm saturday is october ninth. It'll be six. pm it's going to be intimate I normally like to make things that. I do as big as possible and everyone can be included But i think i'm going to be doing. I think i know I'll be doing an event at tracks myths track house and i think our capacity is going to be around fifty people so i am trying to decide what that will look like if i want it to be some kind live. Show or more like runner trivia. I think could be really fun. And kind of more focused on mingling like game night Would love your thoughts on that On what you think would be awesome so okay the second part of your question..
This Week in Sports History
"Take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off way back in 19 Oh one, the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues now known as minor League Baseball, was formed at the Leland Hotel in Chicago. Jumping ahead this week in 1960 cashes clay later known as Muhammad Ali wins the Olympic light heavyweight gold medal in Rome this week in 1984 in his first NFL start, Atlanta's Gerald Riggs rushes for 202 yards. He scores two touchdowns as the Falcons beat the Saints 36 to 28 this week in 1994, San Francisco 40. Niners wide receiver Jerry Rice catches two touchdown passes and runs for another score in the Niners 44 to 14 route of the race. Years. He surpasses Jim Brown as the NFL's career touchdown leader with 127 label Today in 2000 and five Florida's Jeremy Hermida becomes the first player and more than a century and the second to hit a grand slam in his first major league get that connecting in the seventh inning of ST Louis Cardinals Al Reyes and this week in 2013 Peyton Manning
Professional Runner Abbey Cooper on Trusting the Process With Both Commitment and Surrender
"Your takeaway from your conversation with alexi was trusting. The process requires both commitment and surrender. And i think this is something that the everyday runner can relate to Perhaps as much as the professional runner. I'd be curious if you could share a little bit about kind of where that came from and what that means right now. Oh my gosh. We had such a rich conversation in. I can't even imagine you and election having a conversation that i would just sit there and be like this is like this is too good. I can't handle it like the two of you in a room together is that's too much it's too good. It's so funny because we can go like super deep super vast an irish very like silly and she's just wonderful so yeah. I was thrilled. That i got this year l. a. I raised there a few weeks ago and we were just sharing like we're we were at in what we're learning in our like athlete life experiences and Yeah just a similar theme came up of i. I guess i was sharing something about like. You know getting hurt or hurt but like getting that hamstring strain rate before trials in that being like a really good thing that happened to me in the long run because it it required to like. Just die to my control and expectations And she was saying similar thing about you know being. She was on a creative project and she wasn't able to do her normal training and so she like she just changed her mind set about it she was like this is how it like. I'm instead of feeling resentful or bitter or worry. Like i'm just going to reframe this and surrender. What i think i need to do. And she was just saying how surprise she was at how okay. She felt although her training wasn't perfect. And so yeah. There was this theme that like it. It's good you need to be Pursuing a goal obviously requires this like relentless almost stubborn commitment. Like to keep showing up. But at the same time you have to have a loose grip on how that goes you know like not only the result but also the process
Olympic Runner Cory McGee On Performance Ruts and Getting Through Them
"Did share in post after the olympics. You share that. If you had told corey mcgee. Three years ago that she'd be an olympian that that corey would not have believed you. I wanted to talk about that a bit more. Because you said that you sort of loss yourself lost hope during that time. Can you tell us a little bit more about that when you look back on that time. About what life looked like and and how you got past it definitely. I mean it. It was i definitely went through a rut for a few years and it was mostly associated with performance. Not like i wasn't happy in my life but i was going through a few years of just like stagnant performance and I think that that is pretty normal. I wouldn't say that that's something that i hadn't gone through before but really not to this degree and so to kind of go from running in college and races were sort of Consistent in the sense that i felt really good when i arrive at the sec championship. I felt really good competing in ncaa's but then of course you get to the next level. And it's so competitive. And i always have had a confidence in my competitiveness in my performance. But you just don't win as many races at the pro level. And i was i. I'm okay with that. I can wrap my head around that reality. But my times weren't improving and often the thing that i think as runners we can kind of derive excitement from and sort of uses. A measure of course is not just winning but seeing yourself improved In your times. And so i think i had four years in boston where the third year actually was pretty good but i- sustained an injury in my sacred and and it knocked me back again and so i think i sort of figured out how to make it work but then had this injury and then i gave it another year to say okay. Well if the pieces come together then this is where. I'm gonna stay and continue to train but then i went to the us championship the next year. And i was the first one out of the final. And i wouldn't say that i had this is thought of like i'm not happy. I'm not improving. But i just wasn't expecting as much out of myself so had sort of just adapted to the fact that i i had a lower standard for my own self and i think that the reason why being from a small town where running wasn't very popular and then finding my way to school with a great track team and then eventually of course running for new balance was because i've always been my own biggest like my own biggest believer And i think you kind of have to have that within yourself and not saying if you talk about it or you put it out there. But you just kind of have this innate deep
Olympic Silver Medalist Courtney Frerichs On Dealing With The Pressure Put on Athletes
"Talked before about the topic of pressure. And i know that came up a lot with all kinds of athletes at the olympics. A lot of conversation around pressure is a privilege in well. What is pressure actually mean. And where is it coming from. And just this idea of athletes who are at the top of their game and expected to stay there so for you coming off such a high. Do you feel that there is pressure going into this race of like well. She's a silver medallist so she's obviously the one to watch or is it like. Oh this is my victory lap. I can have fun with it. Where do you fall with that You know i definitely do feel like there is some pressure and i think a lot of is you know kind of driven by from myself like keno perform again but i keep reminding myself that these are separate events and so no matter what happens this weekend. It doesn't take away from what happened at the olympics. And i think that that's kind of the mindset. I'm meeting to have to to handle. Yeah like the perceived pressure going into this because you always want to form your best but just because you have an off day. It doesn't mean that it takes like anything else you do so i don't wanna feel like it's hard though i mean i feel like a lot of us. Athletes are so hard on ourselves and hold ourselves to a really high standard so the regardless of what performance. You're coming off of their. Can you feel that pressure in. It definitely feels a bit present. But the i keep focusing on china carry the same attitude. I kind of had going into the olympic games. And i think that that was you know kind of that quiet competence and knowing what i needed to do to be successful in kind of tuning out the rest of
US, Allies Issue 'Security Threat' Alerts at Kabul Airport
"And Australia have all warned of a high risk of an attack at Kabul airport and advised their nationals not to travel there. Those already outside the Afghan facility are advised to leave immediately. Lamia Iqbal is in Washington with the details. Our understanding is that this security alert this threats and this comes from comments made by President Biden is from Isis K. This Afghan affiliates of the so called Islamic State Group, the terrorist group they made up of about 502,000 fighters, But the theory is and this is, according to U. S intelligence officials, they could be heading to the airport with Bombs on trucks, suicide bombers and that's and the Taliban's demands for America to get out. It's probably what has influenced Joe Biden's decision for everyone to try and get out as soon as possible. Isis K or Isis. Khorasan is a sworn enemy of the Taliban. Javad Ali, a former director of the US National Security Council, says the danger posed by Isis K extremists is significant. They have conducted a series of high impact and spectacular and unfortunate lethal attacks across Afghanistan. So this is a group that needs to be taken very seriously and based on the recent statements by members of the administration would appear that there's some form of intelligence or other type of information suggesting that units or fighters aligned with Isis course on Thinking about or planning to conduct an attack. Thousands of people remain outside Kabul airport Despite the pace of the evacuation, continuing to pick up the U. S State Department, said dozens of military flights had Ferried almost 20,000 people out of Afghanistan in the last 24 hours. Meanwhile, a huge
Aisha Praught Leer on Qualifying for Team Jamaica for the Tokyo Games
"The first thing that i actually want to get into and i think we've probably talked about this before. But can you explain to us the process of being on team jamaica. Because we know that you compete for jamaica. We also know that every country has a different way of picking their olympic teams in different sports but especially in track and field. So can you tell us how you earn your spot to get to run that. Fifteen hundred tokyo for team jamaica. Yes so jamaica has child system that is nearly identical to the us. Top three at the trials plus a qualifying mark or inacceptable World ranking on the descending order list gives you your spot to the olympics or whatever team might situation gets a bit unique. Because i am as of this moment. The only runner above fifteen hundred meters that has internationally competitive times and can hit national can hit international standards or be accepted on world ranking so often timelines. It's up to whether or not other people sign up for the trials It's it's an open system for jamaica. There are. i mean. There are standards to to enter the trials. But they're bit slower markedly slower than than the standards in the us And it's just an open registration system and it's always very hanway for me Whether or not occupied trials. I competed at the trials in twenty fifteen. I ran the fifteen hundred Even i went on to race. The siebel chase iran the shortest distance that i thought other people would sign up for which is the fifteen hundred. So did that in twenty fifteen there were three. Other competitors I won the race. And i ended up lapping. A woman in the race A masters runner and since two thousand fifteen. No-one has entered the fifteen hundred jamaica at and that means that. I have not competed at the trials since two thousand fifteen so i was just waiting on bated breath to see if anybody would register for the trials this year in the fifteen hundred so that i could go and compete at trials You know it's. It's a blessing in a curse to not have to compete at your trials. It allows me to take on other Competitive opportunities are not speaking for trials. But you also don't get to race with the opportunity to come national
Professional Runner Keira D'Amato Reflects on Setting The Women's 10-Mile World Record
"To talk running The last time that you were here was the week before you're about to go for that ten mile record which you did I don't think that qualifies as a spoiler alert. I'm sure everyone knows that my now knows his say it enough. I a gotten the traction at of telling everyone. I said american record for women's only so yeah. That's a haven't haven't made that a secret young should you. What do you remember most from that day. now that we are Quite a few months removed time. Sure flies what do you remember most from that day. I just i mean as close as it sounds just was magical like i feel like all the stars aligned for me that as far as the fitness like being Fitness at the right time and just the credit union cherry blossom committee who i've been part of their committee for over ten years stay organized in. They helped they volunteered at the race. And then my family and friends like we weren't who it was a closed course. We didn't allow any spectators because kobe but we needed volunteers. So i encourage my family and friends to sign up on tears. I had some bike. My high school girlfriends. That were like one water. Stop in my uncle and aunt or like the turnaround point so it was. It was really special. And then the women that travel during kobe to come Molly side all and dorgan susannah sullivan. Investee chaban was just really like i dunno it just really everything just fell in place awesome. And then i just remember like the final straightaway. Just coming down knowing that i was about to set it in just the wave motions. That came over me. Like i don't know however feel anything like that ever again but it was really really special and like my mom and husband were holding the finish line vanity hand so it was just a religious. Oh it was just such a such a special day. I mean you know. I'll never forget that for sure but then also this was really cool about a month ago so hit known that it was the american record for a women's only race but i just found out a month ago it was ratified but by a r s. The association of road racing statisticians for a world record for wins only so i've been upgraded from america. How records. I am now a world record holder for a women's only
"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"You know about how how you came across the the music for your show and how was composed and how you decided on it. And i think it's great. Thank you for doing a wonderful podcast by. Oh this makes me happy. I'm so glad that you enjoy the intro music So when i was getting ready to launch the show and i was putting everything together back in february of twenty seventeen which is when ultimately launched. I just searched royalty free music sites. Ruthie music and on a bunch of those sites have no idea which one i use. I just googled royalty free music and you could search by mood and i searched by happy because i knew that i want. I think i did. Happy and upbeat. Because that's how. I want people to feel when they listen to the show. And i just feel like the that just matches my mood and energy most of the time and I narrowed it down to a few. But this was the one that i liked the most and so i love that you love it. I'm glad you enjoy it My hope is that when you cue up these episodes and you hear it at the very beginning. If you're running it gets you gets a little pep in your step. I think that's the mood that it conveys and i hope you well. I'm glad you like it so yeah royalty free music site searched for happy upbeat and maybe energetic. Definitely happy and upbeat. And that's the whole story. It was not composed just for me. It might exist elsewhere. Maybe we'll hear it on a commercial someday and will all say welcome to the alley on the run show and then they'll be like this is a commercial for samsung. And that'll be confusing. But you know. Cross that bridge when we get to it. Maybe maybe there's a partnership opportunity in which case no offense samsung but in which case it'd be great if it were like an apple commercial maybe like a private jet commercial Just trying to think of my you know my needs in life. I need a computer a phone and a private jet. Just reasonable. A reasonable wishlist. So thanks for calling like it. Let me just put myself on pause here for a minute so i can tell you about our sponsor for the ask allie series and that is good. Here's a story. My parents just went on a trip a few weeks ago with their friends with their best friends from high school. Isn't that cute. They're all still friends. They went up to the finger lakes which i had to look up on a map and they do. They look like little fingers awesome before they left. My mom sends me a text. Can data and i borrow some sunglasses for the trip. Now mind you. I lived with my parents in their home for fifteen months. I am well aware of inventory. I know what they have and do not have and they have signed glasses. They have glasses of the reading and be sunshine variety in every room of their house. There are glasses in coffee mugs everywhere but they wanted my losses more specifically they wanted to raise my good or stash and i mean since i own more than twenty pair to date. 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Let's go more than a day without talking ahead. My mom puts her friend carmen on the phone. They were another winery. They had done a few tastings day and carmen's going alley. I want a pair of those sunglasses that your parents have. And i laugh and i'm like okay. What colors do you like so. She told me that she likes purple. And i look at my stash. And i've got three pair of purple gooders one of which are now on their way to carmen and her husband. Ron gets on the phone and he tells me that he stole the pair that i let my dad borrow. So now it's just like a whole thing all this to say that while yes. We love our or sunglasses for running and outdoor activity and i happily endorse them every single day. It seems they are also a great gift for parents. Who are going on tights and wine tastings just throwing that out there so you can go to gooder dot com slash on the run and use code on the run fifteen to get fifteen percent off your entire purchase stock up for yourself and know that someone you love and their friends from high school. Probably raise your stash eventually again. That's good or dot com slash on the run for fifteen percent off. What's your next question. Hi allie. My name is amanda from dubuque. Isla and i have a question. And but i i wanted to let you know that I think back in the fall you posted on instagram. Any a blog post about taking a trip to bar. Harbor bain and going to kenya national park and i was obsessed and had honestly never heard of that city in maine before so i planned a trip for my husband thirty summer and we visited bar harbor but a few days hiking around acadia and going to some of the restaurants in your so. Thank you for all of those recommendations in that post so i was wondering What other areas. In the new england region would you recommend disney Living in iowa we like to just try and check out other areas of the country so Just curious if you have any cool spa or cities or harks or anything that you recommend. Think so much okay. That is so cool that you went to acadia and that you use those recommendations. I always whenever. I write posts like that. It's usually for my own preservation. So i remember like what did we do. Where did we go. And i just i want that little time capsule so i love that you used it. That is so great so yes you should totally come back to new england since you did acadia. That's a great place to check off People will chime in. Because i'm gonna miss a bunch. But i'll just tell you some of my favorite places If you didn't stop in portland maine on your way. Portland is very very cute. Little seacoast town. I also love kennebunkport kennebunkport feeling. We grew up going there quite a bit I don't know why. But i remember being really obsessed with seeing George bush's house. Not because i cared about. George bush But their house is really cool and on the water and i was like obsessed with seeing the secret service Outside the gate and like not being able to get too close. I remember thinking that if we like walked by we were gonna get in trouble. And i have a constant fear of maybe getting in trouble and so i would always be really nervous but I don't know i don't know why i remember being in kennebunkport with my parents on multiple occasions but i always liked doing that. Very cute town My dad would bring us into the thomas. Kincaid art gallery and i thought that was like peak culture right there. I was like i am in art gallery where they delights and it makes the pictures look different. Oh my god like this is amazing. Forget the lose. I have found culture.
"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Would be heading into the school year And my daughter. She's she's going to be three so she's preschool. Age but I thought would be in a different place for this school. Year pandemic wise. I am feeling saddened and frustrated. That feels like not only. Are we taking steps back. But that everything is more divisive than ever and the news and everything happening in afghanistan and it's also sad and then it's just people pointing fingers and then on monday of this week we learned that i- gabe grunewald sister. Abigail anderson was.
Italian Alleged Mobster Linked to Stolen Van Goghs Is Held in Dubai
"Most wanted men has been arrested in Dubai. Italian police say the alleged cocaine traffickers suspected of having bought two stolen van Gogh paintings on the black market was arrested on August 4th. Rafael in pity. Allah is being held in the United Arab Emirates, while Italy's Justice Ministry completes extradition procedures. The 46 year old is an alleged kingpin and the Naples based camera organized crime syndicate. Wanted in Italy for alleged international drug trafficking and money laundering. In 2016 to then go paintings that had been stolen in 2000 and two from an Amsterdam museum were found stashed in a farmhouse on property in Italy, owned by MPD Ali.
2 San Bernardino Officers Injured in Shootout; Suspect in Deputy Shooting Killed
"While apprehending the man believed to have ambushed a sheriff's deputy On Tuesday. Two SWAT officers were wounded when the suspect urban Allah Kong opened fire on the officers were rushed to the hospital. One rushed into surgery, both expected to survive, as is the deputy attacked on Tuesday. Police chief Eric McBride says Ali Khan, a known gang member, has a very extensive, very violent criminal history. McBride saying the attack a sign of the Times, burgers, a police officer this year alone are up nearly 20% across the country and here we are in two days having three officers shot in the city, so I think that's something to be said the suspect was killed in a shootout with officers. Jim Rope K. ABC News A South
Author Jonathan Eig Discusses His New Book 'Ali: A Life'
"Book is ali a life biography. And it's incredible and the author of jonathan joins us on the podcast. We're going to kind of do an ollie specific pot here so let's start at the beginning just like the book does his family's two generations removed slavery. We know there are some history that none of us really knew about. Even he didn't know about about his own grandparents. He has a father whose abusive but talented. They weren't a destitute family by any means In their neighborhood louisville it was. It was a family that was probably doing better than some others. But i think the the foundation of who ali became as a person. How did he develop this kind of unpolished. Personality is non compromising personality at such a young age. That's really one of the central questions to understanding. Ali and i think it goes to understanding american history. You know when. I interviewed dick gregory for this book. He said to me e books not going to be worth a damn. If you can't explain. What made a kid from the jim crow south same age as emmett till think that he could talk back to white people and get away with it that he can call himself the greatest when everybody around him was telling him he was a second class citizen. You got to be able to understand what made ali capable of that. And it's a really difficult question. I mean it's really complicated. Part of it is that he grows up in. Not the deep south louisville thinks of itself as more progressive. There are some opportunities That wouldn't be available to him anywhere else For example to to walk into a boxing gym at age twelve and have a white cop offer to help him and to be to get in the ring and mix it up with white kids. That didn't happen in alabama or mississippi. But it did happen in louisville and so all of these things And the fact that his father was really a you know a fighter Not in the boxing sense. Which is somebody who didn't think that we should have to take the the conditions that we were born into because of this racist country that that That we live in.
Covid Cases on the Rise in Washington State
"Cases are on a steep rise in our state health officials say that built a variant is driving a dramatic surge pushing hospital capacity. To the edge, almost having Natasha saying the state is now saying, like seeing that, as daily case counts in the 3000 range hasn't been like that, since the winter surge, actually talked to doctors, Elizabeth meet and Ali Meqdad. The hardest hit are unvaccinated people making up 96% of Covid 19 cases across the state. The really frustrating thing I think for people on health care is that we actually we're getting to a point where we had numbers under pretty good control. The State Health Department says even though we have more vaccines than ever, we also have the more contagious and predominant Delta variant wreaking havoc. That's right. It's very transmissible. And so when we have any significant chunk of the population that's not get vaccinated. Those are the people who really, really get sick with Delta right now, the Covid 19 transmission number in western Washington. Is the highest it's ever been since the beginning of the pandemic. Young people are impacted in the last four weeks, more than a third of all cases in the state were from people aged 20 to 34. This is a serious virus has always been serious, and now it's more dangerous. Please run and get your vaccine and please keep wearing a mask. Tammy
Marine Vanguard Lands in Kabul as US Speeds Up Evacuations
"The vanguard of the marine contingent arrived in Kabul Friday to protect American diplomats and thousands of Afghans as they evacuate the capital the speedy evacuation has been spread by lightning Taliban offensive that is increasingly isolating the Afghan capital the Taliban emboldened by the imminent tens of the US combat mission in the country has been seizing major areas in the north south and west of Afghanistan the takeover has heightened fears they would move soon on the capital which is home to millions of Afghans Pentagon spokesman John Kirby believes the same you can see that they are trying to isolate Cobb Americans are preparing a minute she basically to receive in house large number of Afghan translators in all this is that these applications are processed however many translates as of feeling abandoned like Ali who is frustrated at the slow pace of his visa application that is already done to be held we have them you know we said their lives hasn't ship I didn't has remained adamant about ending the U. S. mission on August the thirty first insisting it has done what it could to help the Afghani government symmetry handle the Taliban on it saying I'm Karen Thomas
"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Who's gonna i was gonna ask you So the rump higher. Whatever it was always like the basketball players from the high school team from like the varsity team at the high school and they were always cute and so you know like jeff adams like mark baudouin would come down in. Be the refs. Yeah it's refs in basketball umpires baseball cottam so good at sports like are you listening to the on the run. Show her watching sports center. I know so they were like stand on this line on the court and shoot the ball into the hoop and these players are gonna lineup. And everyone's gonna just be watching you but no pressure and i just cried. I know and i was like what i like. We have it on video meeting me. What no no. I can't like what can i do to get out of this. Like i will do extra credit. I will do anything to avoid having to throw this ball at that. who twice. obviously. I missed and anyway. I think my dad eventually which is like yeah. Let's definitely pursue dad's dance. Seems like a good idea for you. Okay so that was basketball not great gym class. Very traumatic for me. If you follow me on instagram stories. You may have seen that i i. I share too much. Obviously but i shared a story the other day that was just silly to me and the response was wild. I could not believe how many of you related to the story shared stories of your own. So when i was in tenth grade i was turning. Sixteen 'cause i remember. I was also drivers at and was also dating a boy from concord which is like the next town over and he was on the golf team. So here's my first love and the first guy to break my heart and to defend me on facebook. It's fine though so who. Where is this going. Okay so i got mono not not from the boyfriend probably but you know what they say about mono as if i was kissing anyone back then so i got mono which meant the doctor.
"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"It's funny. it's just me sitting by myself and my office. I gotta get my kicks by making silly statements and jokes and laughing at myself so anyway think about how you feel you feel like a weight is lifted. Will you feel sad and if you feel sad will you still know that it was maybe the right decision and yeah i would be a horrible therapist case. There was any doubt there. I would be terrible. I'm like just. I just want to hug you. I don't know the answer. Let's just hug but let me know what you decide. I feel very invested in this now. Hi allie. this is teric in from boston. Although i actually live in connecticut i am a longtime listener and fan of your show and something that has brought me a lot of joy and many giggles over. My years of listening has been here. You talk about Ball sports so with that in mind. I this curious if you had to pick up a ball for right. Now i'll which one would you and to set the scene a little bit I'm also someone who is not a huge fan of ball sports I tried to play soccer in high school because my older brother was very good at it. And i assumed well that must be genetic so clearly i will be too and that was false but as i've gotten older Especially you know moving to new cities after cetera. I have found that these sort of adults social ball. Sports leagues Whether it's volleyballer soccer or even softball. I swore i never play again but attempted on can be really nice with me people on your new somewhere so i would just be curious if you were to pick up a social ball sports in your new ish. Whom of new hampshire. What would you pick and if you are feeling extra inspired if you could pick a handful of superstar commits Who is you love to have playing ball sports with you..
"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"Welcome to the alley on the run show. I'm your host alli fowler. And it's just us today for this edition of ask. Allie which is where you get to call in. And ask whatever's on your mind and i'm here to give you my most honest answer but before we get into the qna portion of this episode. We have to do the thing. The deep breath thing. Every time we started these episodes. I like to lead us in a big group deep breath. I don't know it just feels nice. It ensures that. I'll take one deep breath every two weeks and a few weeks ago. I asked if any of you actually do the deep breath along with me and a lot of you sent me messages saying that you do so. Let's keep this going and if you've never joined in make today the day i swear it feels really good so in and out. Let's go. didn't that feel amazing. I feel amazing. All right so ask alley. Like i said this is where you get to call in and ask your questions. We tend to cover everything from running and podcasting and motherhood two puppies and peanut. Mlm's and snacks and peleton. I don't know we we cover it all. It's whatever you wanna know so if you want to ask a question from the next edition of ask ali and love to hear your voice and you can call the official alley on the run. Show voice mailbox.
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"And lots and lots and countless running clubs and teams that are always looking to work with people especially when it comes to philanthropy and there are loads of charities that have running outposts outposts. Where do i come up with. We're one of i ever said outposts. It's not even correct. Look at all the different charities that have that work with runners. You know far better than i do what that entails but places like team in training team challenge team for kids. Those are all based in new york city and so If that's an avenue that you wanna go those are those are. I don't know if i could say there for the taking. Because i don't know they're hiring status but I don't want you to feel discouraged. My guess is that you've looked into a few brands saw that they're not based in new york. I totally get how that can be discouraging. But i promise you. New york city is filled with opportunities. And if you don't see that opportunity. I think you should create one yourself Happy to chat about this. More off the podcast. If this didn't fully answer my thoughts on near question. But i think you're gonna do great things and super excited. I hope we get an update on this. Because i'm really excited for you. I think you're gonna love living in new york city central park. Oh you're gonna love it. I ali My name's lindsay. I live in the hills of the denver Metro area and i'm training for my first fifty k. Dirty thirty fifty k. So i've been listening to a lot of your episodes You just bring so much positivity and i love all the contents so never be ashamed of how much you put out because i love it One of the theories that i really enjoyed was Valentine's day was it. Love on the run So i was wondering if you could share your How you and brian met. And your love story Thanks i appreciated by hi lindsay..
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"What brand is looking for a philanthropic person. What about saying what brands do. I love and how can i contribute to what they're already doing. How can i elevate them. How can i help them. How can i use my skills and my talents to improve. What they're doing. i'm really. I think there's so much value especially in some of the smaller more Agile i guess. Brands i think of brands like attract smith like a was zell where they're willing to try a lot of stuff and experiment and really let their employees bring their talents and shine verses. A bigger brand. You know like a nike who has spots to fill and has thousands of employees. I think that what you know. And obviously i don't know you personally but it sounds to me like you could have a real impact on a growing brand doesn't have to be a startup. It can be a brand. That's been around for a while. i don't even know what constitutes a startup anymore. What's like the criteria. But i would start by looking at that and again. I don't know you might be someone who thrives in an in person environment by if we look at the landscape and the climate of a lot of companies and how they've shifted a lot of places are planning to stick with remote work in some capacity so instead of saying what brands are based in new york city. Just start with your list of dream brands. Make a list of ten to twenty brands that you would love to work for and then really drill it down. Look at what they're already doing. And think about your skills and how you could contribute to them and pitch yourself. I think it's going to be hard for you to say okay. Who's in new york city. Who's hiring who needs me versus. Here's how i can help you. And i'll even use myself as an example because i get emails all the time from amazing people who listen to this show and say hey ali..
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"She's she's in childcare three days a week now but at the time she wasn't so last summer i was doing half of most of my runs with her. I say that. Because i would go out and run like three miles on my own and then come back and you know. Brian would give her breakfast. And then i would go back. Put her in the stroller and do three more miles or two more miles usually with her and yes. She maxes out at like two to three miles also where we live. This town is very hilly So we do a lot of. I don't do long runs with anne in the shoulder but all will run to the playground for example. It's like two miles to the playground. So that's perfect twenty minutes. She gets to get out and play. And then we'll have a snack and then run home So experiment start small You know fortunately they have the little basket underneath the jogger. So bring all the things you could need I bring diapers wipes snacks water and you know a blanket or a change of clothes a pacifier. Whatever you can attach little toys r. Jogger doesn't have a bar but you know there's always ways to attach toys to things especially a nine month old Probably going to be pretty content to like play with a little rattle for a while so star small. Pay attention to your babies cues. If you notice some fussiness or crying you can stop. I think again. High hopes low expectations Some kids love chilling out in the stroller. And some don't Know annie's any doesn't do a ton of time in it and i just never pushed it like. Could she have gone longer. Could we have worked up to that shore but also for me personally. I have to use the bathroom on the run a lot and so anything for me. That's longer than two or three miles. It's really hard to get the jogger into a public restroom or a porta-pottys so that's kind of my reasoning for not running longer with the jogging..
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"Honey she's my mom's mom. She is ninety seven. Both my grandmothers are ninety seven. But my dad's mom lives in florida so we got to see honey and hug her. Got to see anne and it was just wonderful. So yes we were in pennsylvania for the first two and a half days and then brian and ellie came back up to new hampshire l. e. the poor poppy She awhile ago. The version is that she we think has a tornado and so he came back up to he needed to get a lot of work done and so he came up to do that but also to take her to the vet and get her checked out because she was limping really bad. And so were navigating that and figuring out if she'll have surgery and i'm so send ellie all your love She still happy as ever in mon admit that she's hurting but obviously we can see that she's limping and compensating a bit on our back legs so so from there bryan took my parents car and my parents came in my car and so me and my mom and dad and anne continued on south and drove to ocean city. We grew up going to ocean city quite a bit Since my family's from pennsylvania it's you know close ish to there was just under two hours and my aunt lives at. My mom's older sister lives in ocean city and so does her son and his wife and their daughters and so it was really. We got more family time We are fortunate that they happen to own one of the hotels on the boardwalk so We got to stay there at a discounted rate. Be saying that. Yeah family's fine So we stayed right on the boardwalk which is wonderful and it was just so special getting to show any all the things that i grew up loving in ocean city And again. I'm not a great person to ask for like out of the box recommendations. We really stick to all of the boardwalk stuff. We don't venture too far from the boardwalk especially with the kids it was just easier So it was. My parents had their room. And i were in a room. And then my brother and his wife and their two kids tyler and abby they were in a room and so you got lots of family time. Anne loves the water which we have always known really got to see on this trip. She loved the beach. she loved the sand. She loved the pool. Oh my god did. She love the pool. We had so much fun. Splashing around the pool. i love running on the boardwalk and so in the mornings anne would have breakfast with my parents and i would just do like a super short little run so i wasn't gone too long. I didn't wanna ask for too much. Help them for two too many favors because it was their vacation to so they would all have breakfast..
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"There's too many like reunions and reboots these days. I'm so over. i didn't even watch saved. By the bell reboot and saved by the bout defined my childhood. I just can't get into them though. i did. Watch the nine zero two one. Oh one that they did remember. Was that last year. Was that during the pandemic. i don't remember. It was only one season and i was sad. It didn't get renewed. Because i got pretty into it anyway in the heights i love love. Love loved it. I thought it was great. I listened to the soundtrack every single time. I ran on my vacation. That was all. I listen to it. I loved it. It was joyful. I sobbed i laughed. I danced along with them. So hopefully you caught in the heights. I know i believe it went off. Hbo max just this past week. I don't know if it's still in theaters. I'm not being very resourceful but You are smart. You can google it and when i told my friend aaron strout that i was watching scandal right now and suggested to her that i would probably need a pallet cleanser once. I finish the next season because it's really. It is a lot of murder to take in like. I'm unwinding at night with a lot of murder and i don't know if i would say that. That's a good way to unwind. So she was like allie. You need to watch ted lasso. And i know this is nothing. New and people are obsessed with it but She was like horrified. That i haven't watched it yet. Since i love shits creek so much and she says that i will love it so i will be watching ted lasso next if you watched it. Can you watch. Give me all the spoilers..
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"So if you like getting to know your friendly neighborhood alley on the run show host a little bit better. This is the place for you. We're going to have some fun today. But if you prefer episodes with inspiring guests versus a solo session. I get it and i promise. There is lots of good stuff happening elsewhere on the alley on the run show including the triumphant return of the. What's new with you series. I'm so happy to have that one back to be checking in with past favorites here on the show plus more olympic trials conversations and so much more. So ask allie. Let's do this. Let's roll in the first question. Hi allie eat. This is barb again. Calling from portland oregon. I'm on a beautiful summer. Walk my dog harley. And she just loves being outside but also As the temperatures begin writing. And i'm finding myself a little bit indoor s- because it's too hot outside to do stuff i would love to quickly. No what are your top five things that you might be watching even wish your daughter or buy your stuff with your husband on plex or prime or hbo Kind of running out of shows. And i need something new to sell my indoor time..
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"Question. Hi allie this. Thessaly calling from spokane washington. I'm calling again. Because i love your show and i love asking questions and i love this thought that you give to all of your responses and i feel like it's fun to learn about somebody that i feel like i already know so much and so well So my question is kind of out there. But what is your favorite part about being a wife. I know you talk a lot about being a mom. Mom tests on to elliott. But what's your favorite part about being a wise to brian. I am just i. I studied marriage and family and so one of my favorite things is learning about what makes people happy and their relationships and their marriage and So it's and what would you think Brian would say is his favorite part about being a husband or your has been specifically I know you might not have the perfect answer. But you could totally ask him. Bring him on the show. I guess spot Anyways thank you so much for all you keep up the great work. You're such a wonderful person to hear from so much dirk throughout the month. And i just appreciate you and your energy and your your joy for life and i i appreciate it. Have a great rest year week and finally are excessively. Thank you so much for calling. This is a hard question. Because i feel like of all the titles in my life mother runner. Podcast hosts entrepreneur. Whatever title you. Wanna put on me or that. I put on myself. I feel like i own so many of them but the title of wife. I've never like. I don't know i've never really resonated with like i'm a wife or like women who put it in their instagram bios and like no shade. Those women like proud wife of hubby blah blah blah. I shouldn't have said it in that voice. Because i said no shade and i mean it no shade but i don't know i'm never like oh i'm a wife i'm just like i'm a person and brian's a person and we love each other and we have a family. I don't know the word wife just doesn't super like it's just not a title. I give myself Also you said you studied this. In so i feel like i'm on microscope with this question. No pressure my favorite. I'll say my favorite thing not about being a wife. 'cause i don't know i just have a hard time with that. My favorite thing about being in this partnership in this marriage is when. Brian and i got married in twenty fifteen we are like hashtag and we had a little flag and it all said team cristiano which you're like cristiano. That's brian's last name. I'm just lazy and haven't changed mine. It's only been a couple of years. It's been six years. I haven't changed it but i think it's the team aspect of it like it's really cool especially now that we have a dog and a daughter like it's cool that we get to have our own family that we started like. I had this realization yesterday. And i said to brian i was like dude someday. We're gonna have a teenager. And while i am not emotionally ready to talk about having a teenager and anti growing up and not being the tiny little squeaky voice little girl. She is now like that to me. Is cool that. We're navigating this together through parenthood and life and we just moved and like it's cool to be in a partnership where we get to work on designing the life that we want for ourselves and then figuring out how we want that to look together and how we want to raise our daughter like just kind of having a partner in all of this problem solving an adventuring that is life. But you know since you didn't just ask me this question. you did. Ask brian his favorite thing Let's let's bring in the big guns high. That's what you're bringing me in your four. Hi hello. Brian was downstairs. I don't know. I heard like moving a table and chairs and i was like. Can you come help me with something. Without telling him he was going to be put on the microphone on the hot mic. So brian sesame called sesame wanted to know she asked what my favorite thing is about being a wife and what your favorite thing is about being a husband and i sort of talked about. How like wife isn't necessarily a title that i put on myself a lot and i'd be i would be curious to know is like husband does. Do you know what i'm saying like. Okay yeah i agree. I mean i don't think i don't think in those terms we were like. Do i like about being being husband. And i'm like i like a lot of things i just have never thought about it in that context. I mean i like the team aspect of it is well. You know. I mean i think we will get to navigate having a daughter in house and life and businesses etc. I would say maybe. Maybe that's what i like. The most is when we take a step back and we kind of strategize about our lives and talk about business and our family and what we want and what we don't want and we get to kind of think through that stuff to throw ideas in the pod and then figure out how do we. How do we make that a reality. I think being if i would have to answer it. That's probably what. I what i liked most or one of the things that i like again so weird. I'm like what am i like the most about being husband. I know what i like about being married to you and have an answer that well i like when you actually know honestly i like that you get up early and you do your thing that you take your time for yourself in that you are way fitter than i am and it makes me like really realize like i need to start getting fit again but seriously like i i look up to you on that and i look up to you in what you've accomplished with the show and your business and everything else and i think it's I think it's awesome. And you said a great example for any. Thanks for calling thusly. I enjoyed having excuse to bring my husband in here to give me compliments. And i hope that answered your question and brian. Thanks so much for joining me. On the ron. Thanks for calling cecil hey alley. This is maria. i'm calling from austin texas. I have always enjoyed listening to your podcast and reading off names now Especially because i have a daughter who is younger than any and so it was always really interesting to me to read your monthly pregnancy updates on your blog knowing that i was just a little bit behind you and could kind of look forward to some things to come and it's been really fun seeing her cheerful little smile at her sweet little outfits On here instagram. And it's just fun knowing we have little ones around the same age My question has to do with the rapid-fire section of your if your your interviews I think it's so fun to hear these questions from the elite runners down down to the everyday runners. I feel like the questions are kind of like the great equalizer in a way It if that makes especially label. And i understand that i have to save ice cream flavor. Favorite them so allie. I would love to hear some of your thoughts as your answers to those questions that you've been asking. What's your favorite ice cream flavor. Why where was your first real kiss and etcetera question I think those are really fun. And i was afar to that part of the Each episode to get to know a little bit more about everybody and what their answers are. Thanks for.
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"Then. When i resumed listening you told the story about how you met mario lopez at the nearest city are so that's amazing. I would've costed him anyway. Love your show. Thanks for all of your great tangent. We love it by okay so i had to hit record as soon as i finish listening to this. I love your voice mail so much. I genuinely feel like we are friends and that goes for everyone listening. Unless you're mean then we're not friends though all. Still try to befriend you and get you to come around and be my friend okay. So while i do feel a lot of pressure right now to find a tangent to go on. But i won't let myself think that we'll just see what happens to the question. Portion of your voicemail which i loved every second of what i do is i have the alley on the run show Box right. you're familiar. You called it. You know what's up nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine. Write that down memorize it. I have that emails when i get new voicemails and it transcribes them but it does a terrible job so i don't even bother reading that but it's just good to see that a new voicemail has come in these episodes come out every two weeks so as voicemails come in. I just go into the voice box and a hit download. Just you know in case they spontaneously disappear. I want to have them saved somewhere. As if my hard drive is more reliable than google. it's not My computer literally crashed this morning at four. Thirty in the morning had to restart. It had a moment of panic. It's all good. But i did get to spend a good amount of time with the little rainbow spinning wheel. Which is stressful. But it's also kind of soothing and pretty don't you think so it's kind of like a screensaver growing up. Remember you could set your screen saver too. That brick wall mays i used to love watching that brick wall maze Or the i know. This is an episode of the office but the cube that bounced all around and sometimes it would go directly in the corner and that was so satisfying. And so all that to say. I used to like watching screensavers because they were soothing. And i would pick ones that i liked. But why would you pick one that you liked because if you saw the screensaver it was probably time to move your mouse and do stuff on the computer again. And then the screensaver had to end like i want to screens one where i can watch my soothing screensaver and watch the maze of the bricks and another where i can get worked on instead. I'm here on my little laptop. And i don't even think i have a screensaver. My screen just goes black. And then i'm like oh computer crush. Nope just idling. look. I went on a tangent. Didn't plan it so okay. What was the question. Oh so. I download the voicemails and they're all in ask folder for the next episode. And what i do. Is i have a bunch like going into this episode. I have about twenty voicemails in this folder. For this week and i will double click like i just did with yours. It'll open up in. I tunes i listened to it. I write your name on a piece of paper and what the question is. Just so i can remember it but that is my first time hearing it and then i hit record and i answer it when i get to a point of feeling like i've been talking for a round in our like i've answered questions it's usually between like eight and ten questions tends to bring me to around an hour but i don't know 'cause i record them in pieces than any questions i didn't get to i. Click and drag them into the next. Ask allie folder. That will come out two weeks from now. So i'm just constantly adding to it You're also amazing and you actually call and ask questions. And i think that's the coolest thing ever when i launched the series. I had no idea if people would call or care or engage. Listen and so. I just think it's fun. I love hearing your voices. I love hearing. What's on your mind and what you want to know. I love that. You answer the questions in your own head and i love hearing when people do that with sprint to the finish too i just. I think it's awesome. Like podcasting can feel very one directional like i'm basically harry styles. Haven't read the idea of you the book. please go do it. It's amazing one directional yes. So i i'm looking at a screen talking right now. Not even a cool screensaver. I'm looking at little audio waves. But it's just that's why i love hearing from you so much because it makes this feel like a conversation and so Yeah i. I'm so glad that people engage with these episodes and like them and enjoy them and i felt like i was going somewhere with that. But now i forget Brian just texted me. So i got distracted. I wonder if he's going to tell me. I'm talking too loud. let's check he. Oh my god. He sent me a tax. It says potatoes and it's a picture from the garden. Which means if you follow me on instagram. You know that. Brian is obsessed with planting a garden at our new house. And it's actually pretty amazing He's planted like every food that exists and i guess he's growing potatoes because he just be a picture from outside the window of a little plant that i guess is a potato so i thought he was going to be like. You're talking too loud. i'm in a meeting. But he's out in the garden so Thank you so much for calling. Thank you for listening. Let's all hang out with. Mario lopez someday soon love you. Let me put myself on pause here for a moment to tell you about ask. Alleys sponsor gooder so my family and i. We moved two weeks ago and in setting up our new home and specifically my new home office. I wanted to make sure. I put all of my prettiest most inspiring things on display for me to look at all day and that meant dedicating and shelf to my good or sunglasses there. So pretty. what's the. I'm looking to my left right now and i can count should founded before i couch more than a dozen pair of good or sunglasses. That's not enough. A dozen or more is not enough. I should get more seriously. Let me go. Add some to my cards. But i display them all in a rainbow color order. It's aesthetically pleasing to me and my favorite is the hot pink section. Don't tell me hot take. Because not part of the it's part of my rainbow five pair of pink bitter site bosses including becky's bachelorette all sandtrap. Queen flamingos win majors. Those are white frames with pink lenses. So yeah i love pink. But i also love the classics the nine dollar pour over style. Those are the circle og model. They're like a tourist. Shelly brown print with round lenses. Feel very chic. When i wear them and the pair that i actually were the most are the operation blackout shades. There pat flack they are aviator style. I don't really think. I'm cool enough to pull them off. But i think that you are so check out the operation blackout style. Now go on describing the other nine pair that i have on display here. But i'll just tell you briefly. Why have this many pair of guttersnipe bosses. Here's my list i. They're lightweight and comfortable a must for wearing sunglasses while living an active lifestyle. Second they're sturdy durable third. They don't slip or bounce on your face even if you're super sweaty. No especially if. You're super sweating. Which i know. I will be for at least the next two and a half months straight number four price point. It cannot be beat. These.
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"By us. You made me laugh first. Step wine and i think so much of this boils down to confidence and knowing your self worth i mean. You're so young you're right out of college. You've got so much time to practice this. I am thirty six. And i'm still practicing this but one thing i noticed is even at the end. Like it's okay if you don't answer this just like eliminate that part eliminate that narrative and You know stand firm with your requests and you ask for something and it happens there it comes true or you get what you were hoping for amazing and if not are onto the next so that's just the thought that immediately came to mind when i heard how you ended your question which i am very excited to get to answer here and i appreciate you listening calling so that being said i'm like a horrible person to ask about this because i'm not great at saying no. I'm great at ghosting and ignoring Instead of saying no not my best quality. I know but yeah i'm a people pleaser. I wanna say wanna help people. I want to be there for them. I want them to know they're supported. And i'm running a business here. And i'm a mother and and and and and right. We all have so many ends in our lives. Were all doing so much. We need to protect ourselves. Which i don't do because like you said we are working. Hollick's i don't think that's a bad thing I'm not saying everyone should be that. I'm just saying i know who i am. And i know that. That's a phase of life. I'm in right now is wanting to work a lot and so i think that that's okay. So look it belonging i while. Yeah you know what before. We even get there if someone asks you for something and you immediately know that you want to say no. Say no and don't over explain and don't feel that you have to apologize and practice right practicing. No i know that sounds silly but seriously anything that you can practice any type of public speaking or social interaction that you can practice is going to make you more confident when you're in that situation so someone says to you. Hey can you. I mean it depends if we're talking personal professional whatever it is but if someone's like hey i'm going to be taking a sick day next friday. Can you pick up my workload for me. And you're like not only that like not really fair to me. But no i have my own stuff going on. You simply say i won't be able to do that for you and you can say i mean i don't think saying sorry in that instance isn't necessarily a bad thing. I also like again. I think we're similar in that. I want to be nice and be like so in that terrible example that i just gave. I think i would just say like. I've got a lot on my plate right now. I really can't take on additional. If there's any other way that i can support you let me know and good luck. And i hope that Everything goes well on your day off so there you just got all of it without a thing by being clear and without over explaining. I think that it's tempting to over. Explain the reason that we're saying no and you really don't have to do that So i would just try to keep your nose simple and brief and follow your gut. It sounds like you've been faced with these scenarios in you know when you want to say no you just haven't said no yet and so Practice and see how it feels the first time that you turn something down you might realize like that was so empowering or i'm so happy i don't have to do that thing i never wanted to do anyway and you'll remember that the next time so really i do think a lot of it comes down to practice and then what i started to say earlier is think about the long game. If you're kind of weighing a decision of well should i say yes to this. Maybe it's something that you don't want to do in the moment but that could pay in the long term whether it's a relationship or Meaning like a professional relationship or a request from someone that h- you might in turn want to favor back from. I think that it is worth playing the long game in that regard and looking at a situation through an objective lens of saying is there a benefit to sucking it up and saying ask for now and there might be or there might not only. You can decide that. But i think practicing is going to help. I think the first time you get that no across you'll remember how felt and you'll be able to channel that next time just like a good run. We don't always want to get out the door but we do it afterward. We're like that. Felt amazing and so the next day even if we don't necessarily feel like going for that run again. We remember how we felt the day before. So think about that. You're doing great congratulations on graduating. And you've got this. Just say no to just don't do it. Sorry nike. we're going the opposite. Just say just say no. Wasn't that like a dare slogan. I don't know i have many thoughts on the dare program mostly that i thought peer pressure was going to play much role in my adult life. I don't think that dare the dare made me really afraid of drugs like hard drugs and maybe a little curious about other ones. I'm gonna go. i'm going to go. I think your question go like with everything you're doing. Great hi allie. This is robbie davis. I'm in clive. Iowa and i was just calling. I'm curious as to what strengths training you do. Throughout the week. How many as us at instinct training and if you do a certain program i love listening to this show and love listening every morning when i run. Thanks bye okay. i know what you're thinking. Oh we're gonna get a helpful answer to this one at least going to have a strength routine to share with us. No so i love strength. Training i really do but i also have a very hard time. Motivating myself to do it. I have all the things i need. I have weights. I have peleton membership. Like i have what i need. I have bodyweight like i'm good. I know where to find the stuff. The only thing holding me back is my a own mental brain. My mental brain thriving. Today i do so. I put on my to do list for things at the top of my to do list every day. Run stretch pushups and shower. I run six days a week. I stretch usually five days a week. Monday through friday. I'll do when i get up in the morning once. I'm like up bathroom. Brush my teeth. I'll do a five minute peleton's stretching video. I used to do ten minutes. But then i got even lazier. So i do five minutes now while multitasking and like checking my email and stuff. So it's not like nice candlelit stretching push sometimes. I've not done any push ups. Today they are unchecked on my checklist right now on my to do list and shower which yes. I shower every day. Good for me. So as far as strength training goes push ups are about right now and those aren't even every day. Those are maybe three days a week. I in the winter. I was much better. I would do the boot camp. The tread boot camp classes on the peleton treadmill. And i love those. If you've ever taken like an orange theory class they're very similar in that you're on the treadmill and then you're on the floor doing strength then you're on the treadmill. You're on the floor doing strength. I just haven't been as motivated to do those since it's gotten so nice out. I love running outside. And once i finished my run the chances of me then going and doing.