Category Archive: Podcasts

Jan 11

RBG 108 The Last Show

Caity Princess

Sadly, I recorded my last Run Barefoot Girl show, just a quickie thanking everyone and talking briefly about what I’ve learned and why this show must come to an end. Please visit me at www.Caity McCardell.com where I’ve started a radio-based show featuring authors, musicians and actors. You’ll hear details in this episode about the …

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Dec 12

RBG 107 Ultra Runner and Author Anna Hughes

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This week I spoke with ultra runner and ebook author, Anna Hughes. Anna and I discussed her book, From Runner To Ultra Runner In Three Months, her success coaching people to run ultras (in such a short training cycle!), keeping a tough mental attitude, food, and her passion for running. – Find Episode #107 on …

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Dec 09

Vanessa and Nathaniel

Nathaniel and Shacky (Vanessa's boyfriend) share a laugh on their first day together at the Wolfstead. (links to Nathaniel's website.)

Woah! This one’s a true goodie. Ultra runner and author Vanessa Runs and her partner, Shacky, have been touring across the US and Canada in their RV with their dog and cat, but once in a while they stop at someone’s home to visit. They’re currently spending an extended period of time at homesteader, martial …

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Dec 06

RBG105 Alcohol and Running

Andrei and me (with Stefan in the background, far left) at my wedding to Stefan in October 2000.

Run Barefoot Girl podcast – Caity’s running podcast – is focused today on alcohol and other drugs. I talk about my personal experience with drugs, my current relationship with alcohol, some evidence that beer is beneficial to running, thoughts about alcoholism, and inconclusive meanderings. So this episode isn’t complete without your feedback, thoughts and perspectives! …

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Dec 02

RBG 104 Larry Gassan Ultra Runner and Photographer

Ultra runner and photographer Larry Gassan

Today I speak with ultra runner and photographer Larry Gassan about ultra races in the 80′s, the infamous race Born To Run, orthotics, pool running, his advice on staying injury free, hydration, his ultra race coaching style, and more about the world of ultra running. What was it like for him to be a race …

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Nov 26

RBG 103: Ray Charbonneau’s The 27th Mile

Boston Marathon

A reminder of the 2014 Boston Marathon: On April 15, 2013, marathon runner Ray Charbonneau began the Boston Marathon without a number bib. No stranger to this race, Ray was guiding a blind marathoner, each of them holding the ends of a fabric tie. As they made their way through the crowds and fought for …

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Nov 14

John Bingham’s Courage To Start

Caity McCardell Show

What a fun episode of the Run Barefoot Girl podcast! I’m an Underacheeser and proud of it. Three things on this show: – The sweet barefoot running conversation segment of my interview with Dr. Daniel Lieberman. – A reading of chapters 5 and 6 of John Bingham’s book The Courage To Start: A Guide To …

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Nov 11

RBG 101 Ultra Runner Crista Scott

Crista Scott finishing her 50k at Born To Run ultra marathons in 2013, being given her award by Jake "The Skirt Guy."

This episode is sponsored by Skora footwear. You can enter to win a free pair of Skora footwear on our Skora Giveaway page until November 14, 2013. After a pause in publication, Caity returns with Crista Scott, ultra runner, researcher and the author of a thesis entitled “The Unique Benefits of Ultra Running: The Impact …

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Sep 11

RBG 100: Barefoot TJ of Barefoot Runners Society

Zola and TJ

Celebrating the new century! Barefoot TJ, president of Barefoot Runners Society, joins me for the 100th episode of the Run Barefoot Girl podcast. What a perfect guest for the 100th episode. She’s a woman who has worked tirelessly to support barefoot runners, provide them with information and guidance, and encourage them to take off their …

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Aug 30

RBG 99: Report on The Woodstock Fruit Festival

I’m back! I was on vacation for two weeks with my family in upstate New York, attending a life-changing event: The Woodstock Fruit Festival. So I sat around eating cherry pies and strawberry ice cream for a week? Not exactly. The festival celebrates the raw food movement, specifically the 80/10/10 lifestyle. Want to know more? …

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