Not Your Average Runner, A Running Podcast
Not Your Average Runner, A Running Podcast
Jill Angie
The Not Your Average Runner Podcast teaches plus-size, mid-life women practical ways to start running in the body they have right now. Certified Running & Life Coach Jill Angie combines her real-life experience and coaching wisdom to help women find joy in learning to run in a way that honors their unique size, shape, speed or age. You’ll be surprised at how much you can enjoy running when you know how to do it! Download a free one-week jumpstart plan to get started today at www.notyouraveragerunner.com/start.
327. How to dress your age when you don't feel your age
Welcome back to the Run Your Best Life interview series, where I talk to experts in the field on issues affecting Gen X women. Today, I am talking the completely fabulous Judith Gaton about dressing your age when you don't feel your age. Judith is the creator of the wildly popular Modern Charm School. She is the author of How to Act Like a Fucking Lady, and she is the host of the Style Masterclass podcast. She believes that confident women leave legacies, and she has dedicated herself to helping and coaching women to do exactly that. Tune in today and learn how to create your style statement. For full show notes visit: https://notyouraveragerunner.com/327  
Feb 14
47 min
326. Taking care of yourself when you're also taking care of aging parents
Welcome back to the Run Your Best Life interview series, where I talk to experts in the field on issues affecting Gen X women. Today I am talking with Suzy Rosenstein about taking care of yourself when you are also taking care of aging parents. Suzy is a midlife coach and mentor who specializes in helping women over 50 regret-proof their lives so that they can embrace their true potential. She is a masterful coach, and she has helped hundreds of women break out of their midlife funks and create the lives of their dreams. Tune in today as we have an amazing and powerful conversation that is pretty much appropriate and applicable for most people in this age range. For full show notes visit: https://notyouraveragerunner.com/326
Feb 7
39 min
325. It doesn't have to be that way - dealing with chronic pain and aging
Hello, my friends and welcome back to the Run Your Best Life series where I talk to experts in the field on issues affecting Gen X women. Today I'm chatting with the absolutely fabulous Deb Malkin about the aches and pains that sometimes come with aging and how to make it easier on yourself. Deb is a feminist and a Master Certified Mind Body Coach who specializes in using the tools of neuro- and bio- plasticity and consciously curious hypno-coaching to help people unlearn pain and the emotional stress symptoms that come along with it in order to feel better and pursue their amazing lives. Deb has helped clients recover from back pain, migraines, Fibromyalgia, GI pain and more.  If you are dealing with chronic pain, you're definitely going to want to tune in to this episode. For full show notes visit: https://notyouraveragerunner.com/325
Jan 31
54 min
324. Diet culture, health and body image in your 40s and 50s
Welcome back to the Run Your Best Life interview series, where I talk to experts in the field on issues affecting Gen X women. Today I am talking about diet culture and body acceptance in your 40s and 50s with the amazing Pam Moore.  Pam is an Occupational Therapist turned award-winning Intuitive Eating Coach and Journalist. She has written for the Washington Post, Runner's World, Self, among many others. Pam is also the creator of the Real Nourished newsletter, where she shares evidence-based tips to help women detach their weight from their worth. She is also the host of the Real Fit podcast, which features conversations with women athletes about body image, enoughness, and more. Tune in today as we explore the impact of diet culture and what to do if you want to lose weight or simply feel better in your body without getting caught in diet mentality. For full show notes visit: https://notyouraveragerunner.com/324
Jan 24
48 min
323. Hey Girl, It's Time To Admit You Are In Perimenopause
Welcome to the second interview in the Run Your Best Life series where I talk to experts in the field on issues affecting Gen X women. Today we're gonna chat about menopause and perimenopause with the amazing Michelle Kepler. Michelle is a registered acupuncturist, Chinese medicine practitioner, and Master Certified Feminist Life Coach.  Her clinical practice is exclusively focused on reproductive health care. Tune in today as we explore socialization and conditioning, and how they affect the way we move through our reproductive health challenges. For full show notes, visit https://notyouraveragerunner.com/323
Jan 17
46 min
322. You're 50, now what? Figuring out what to do with the rest of your life...
Welcome to the first interview in the run your best life series, where I speak to experts in the field on issues that affect Gen X women! We are kicking off with the one and only Corinne Crabtree. Now if you don’t know Corinne, she’s a badass business woman who has started and is still running 3 very successful businesses, and she’s on a mission to help women over 55 change the narrative that their lives are over and to instead realize that they’re just getting started.  Join me today as we talk about what happens when you roll on up to your 50s and realize you don’t really know what you want to do with the rest of your life. Corinne will help you learn how to lean into and honor this phase of life and start feeling excitement instead of dread. Get full show notes at https://notyouraveragerunner.com/322/  
Jan 10
53 min
321. I'm Back, B*tches!
There’s something about being a Gen Xer, amiright? They say we’re the forgotten generation, and they’re not wrong. We’re taking care of kids and parents. We’re getting divorced and trying to figure out how to date in our 40s and 50s. And most of us are STILL figuring out what the heck we want to do with our lives. And menopause. Ugh, the hot flashes and brain fog and feeling like your body is no longer your own. It’s a lot. Well, guess what?  It’s about time we start talking about all these things and I'm going to do just that. Join me this week as I kick off my new podcast series, Run Your Best Life. Throughout this series, I am going to be chatting with expert voices in their field about how to deal with life in your forties and your fifties. When your brain still feels like a member of the breakfast club, but the person you see in the mirror is starting to look a lot like your parents. Get full shownotes at notyouraveragerunner.com/321
Jan 3
17 min
NYAR Announcement: Taking a Break
The Not Your Average Runner Podcast is going on a hiatus! After 320 episodes and showing up at least once a week since January 2018, I am in need of rest and rejuvenation to come back even stronger in the new year.   It’s going to be weird not being in your ears every week, and I’ll miss you, but I promise, the time is going to fly by and I’ll be back before you know it.   In the meantime, keep your eyes peeled for some fun courses and races kicking off very soon, and make sure you’re in our official Not Your Average Runner Facebook community because I’ll still be in there doing Facebook Lives and pop-up coaching!
Sep 27, 2023
2 min
319. Fat Joy: A Power Source for Positive Change with Sophia Apostol
Are you filled with rage as you recognize how your fat body is constantly being oppressed? Have you always been told you’re both too much and not enough at the same time? Do you feel like you’re walking through the world ready to explode as you begin unlearning the oppressive conditioning you’ve experienced?   This week, I’m here with body liberation coach Sophia Apostol. Sophia is the creator of the Fat Joy podcast and she's on a mission to help her clients rewrite the messaging that has told them they are unworthy. Sophia is walking us through the power of coupling rage and joy together, and how she’s using rage as rocket fuel for anti-oppressive learning.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://notyouraveragerunner.com/319
Sep 20, 2023
49 min
318. Treadmill Running Tips
Opinions on running on the treadmill truly run the gamut. Some call it the “dreadmill,” some will use it if there’s no other option, and some only feel comfortable and confident running indoors on a treadmill. Whichever camp you currently fall into, the treadmill is a piece of equipment that’s totally worth learning to master, and I’m showing you how.   Join me this week to learn how to master the basics of running on a treadmill. I’m covering everything you need to know, from setup and safety concerns to injury prevention tips. Hear my answers to the most frequently asked questions I receive about running on the treadmill, and how adding treadmill skills to your toolbox can make the difference between sticking with your plan and quitting on yourself.   Get full show notes and more information here: https://notyouraveragerunner.com/318
Sep 13, 2023
37 min
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