Welcome to the Run Brevard Podcast by Running Zone!
There’s so much to say about the fantastic running community here on the Space Coast that we decided we’d amplify it even more! This monthly podcast will feature information about upcoming running events and local athletes and keep you updated on what is going on in the store!
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Episode 3 | December 12, 2018 – This episode talks about the next Running Zone Foundation event: The Jingle Bell 2-Miler. Satellite High School’s cross country coach Doug Butler stops by the studio to talk about how he got started in running and what he has learned in 30 years of coaching kids and adults. Local running couple Tom and Deb Stokes share how they met and how the running community has pulled them through some of their most difficult life moments. Running Zone’s director of operations Pete Vaughn has some advice for trying to get in shape in the new year, running, during his “Ask Pete” segment.
Episode 2 | November 14, 2018 – This episode talks about two upcoming Running Zone Foundation events: Space Coast Turkey Trot 5K & 10K and the Space Coast Marathon and Half Marathon. Local triathlete Kaitlin Donner stops by to talk about training, opening her business New Wave Physical Therapy and another new addition in her life. Local marathoner John Ouweleen (Johnny O) talks about running 26.2 miles over the age of 70 in premier races globally. Running Zone’s director of operations Pete Vaughn lets listeners know how many calories to expect in those Thanksgiving day meals — and how to shave off at least a few calories — in the “Ask Pete” segment.
Episode 1 | October 25, 2018 – This episode talks about the upcoming Ghostly Gecko 5K and the importance of the RIGHT sports bra. Running Zone co-founder Denise Piercy talks about why she and husband Don went into the running business on the Space Coast in 2003 and what Running Zone Foundation has given back in the years since. Local marathoner Cindy Bishop talks about running 26.2 miles on all seven continents – and Running Zone’s director of operations Pete Vaughn answers the GPS/race course measurement question in the “Ask Pete” segment.