Saturday, October 31, 2009
What is the current state of the Run Net Community of bloggers, podcasters and fellow runners within the world of new and social media? Are we doing all we can to reach out and invite other runners to join us in word and voice? Are we using this media to its full potential to invite sedentary people to rise off the couch of doom and lace up their shoes? What can we do to let the rest of the running community know that we have this platform called “new media” for them to stand up and be good examples to anyone with a computer or iPod? Are we doing enough? (maybe we are!) Can we do more? (if so, what)? Bring your ideas to the Runners Round Table, and let’s talk about the current state of the Run Net Community.
Recorded at a special time: Sunday evening at 5:00 PM ET (22:00 UK Time)
[ Click Here for Runners Roundtable - Episode 54 ]
Sunday, October 25, 2009
What is the appeal of swimming 2.4 miles, riding a bike for 112 miles and then running a marathon? What drives ultra runners to disappear into the mountains and not return for 20+ hours and really why would you want to run a marathon.
Along with answers to these questions we talk about lessons leaned from mistakes gone by, what’s next on everyone’s agenda and we even have a little off the cutting room floor for you.
Around the table were:
Stuart Blog Podcast Twitter @quadrathon
Mike Blog & Podcast Twitter @dirtdawg50k
Carlos Blog Twitter @cdnet1
Matt Blog Podcast Twitter @
Amy Blog Twitter @ameliacarolyn
Erin Blog Podcast Twitter @erin337
[ Click Here for Runners Roundtable - Episode 53 ]
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Check out photos on the group blog http://eurorunnet.blogspot.com and as we plan where to run together next, come join us!
In the chatroom we had some of our crew (Nigel, Tineke, PaulBudda and Krister) but also Matt from the DumpRunnersClub podcast, Joe Garland of the RunWestchester blog, DevonIain from the DevonIan.blogspot blog, JimJ, Donna from Team Point Two, Lilydee and Terry from the gravity@1053 podcast.
Friday, October 9, 2009
[Click Here to Listen to RRT Episode 51]
Saturday, October 3, 2009
Special guest is Kristin Armstrong, motivation columnist of Mile Markers, in Runners World and author of three books: Work in Progress: An Unfinished Woman's Guide to Grace, Happily Ever After: Walking with Peace and Courage Through a Year of Divorce and the children's book, Lance Armstrong: The Race of His Life.
[Click here for Runners Roundtable - Episode 50]