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January 3, 2020
SO MANY CHANGES I wanted to talk about where my head is at, why we created the BALG, The Badass Lady Gang Team, our new training programs, and why I decided to move us from Facebook Groups to Mighty Networks. (I know some women are upset about the move. I hope you'll hear me out and join us on the new platform.)  Join the BALG Team https://shecanandshedid.com/balg-team Shop Training Plans https://shecanandshedid.com/shop-running-training-plans Join our online community https://BadassLadyGang.mn.co
December 10, 2019
Struggling to get motivated? HELL, are you just struggling in general? ME TOO. Let's talk about how to find the fun, and get the door purposefully.
November 20, 2019
THE DREADED PAUSE. Post-race blues are a real thing. It can be hard to adjust to life without the structure a goal race brings. The hardest part about dealing with the post-race blues is having to really work through what you're running from or towards. But it's in that unfocused, "lost", pause that growth happens. Today, I want to talk about all the fears we have from losing fitness and gaining weight, to feeling like you need to fix that sadness you're experiencing.
November 12, 2019
The hardest part about becoming a runner isn’t that first run. It’s sticking with it. I asked the Badass Lady Gang what clicked for them. What was the reason they didn’t give up after their first few runs? Why Did You Keep Running? Their stories are inspiring as hell! If you’re looking to become a runner but are afraid you’ll quit or won’t be able to stick with it, read their stories to both be inspired and reminded that you aren’t alone with your fears and anxieties.
November 7, 2019
This morning, Mary Cain bravely came forward about the abuse she experienced training with Nike Oregon Project. Do yourself a favor and both READ and WATCH her story. This goes so, so much further than running and it’s really making me scratch my head why so many people in the running world are making this out to be a women’s running or track and field issue. This conversation is an important one because change has to happen and we’re robbing ourselves by labeling this a running issue.
October 18, 2019
WORLD RECORD! Let's talk about my shiny new 4 minute PR from the Chicago Marathon! Today, I'm taking you back in time to talk about the last year, how I got to the headspace I am in, what worked, what didn't work, what I learned, and how I ran a marathon in 3 hours and 37 minutes.
October 3, 2019
BIG NEWS Run, Selfie, Repeat fam— my sister, Pro-Race Sign/Spectator/Supportive Family Member Samantha Roberts is gracing us with her presence!!!! Today on the podcast, we’re talking about everything from how Samantha helped me (IE forced me to go viral and start a blog), what Samantha’s experience with running 3.5 half marathons was like, and what advice she has for spectating, making viral race day spectator signs, and being a supportive friend/family member/colleague.
October 1, 2019
Doubt. Fear. Accurate self talk. And why you shouldn't wait until you do something to believe you can. Let's talk about that feeling you get when you quietly say to yourself, "I don't think I can do this".
September 11, 2019
Feeling afraid of a certain distance? Or are you afraid of the panic you experience when you're pushing your limits? Struggling with feeling in control when you run paces you don't think you can run? Let's talk about mindfulness and how working to stay present and not judge how you feel can help you kick ass and take names.  Interested in supporting this podcast? CLICK HERE http://bit.ly/2xeJuDv to learn more about becoming a Patron on my Patreon!
September 6, 2019
Anyone who has ever given everything towards a goal knows how huge of a sacrifice it is. Last year, I struggled with muscle cramps both during training and during the NYC Marathon. My coach Rebeka Stowe and physical therapist Michael Conlon both suggested I get a sweat test so that I can see exactly how much salt I and sweat I lose on the run to get precise about my fueling. Luckily, at Finish Line Physical Therapy, you can get both an Advanced Salt Test and a Metabolic Efficiency Test.
September 3, 2019
Do you know how to stay hydrated on the run?  Well, I got an advanced sweat test and discovered that there's a hell of a lot more to hydrating than water and gatorade.
August 20, 2019
Why do bad runs happen to good people? I don't know, but I do have some tips to help get you through so if you're struggling right now, this is the episode for you!  Enjoying the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast? Learn more about becoming a Patron of my Patreon page! https://www.patreon.com/KellyKKRoberts Enjoy special perks like special episodes, access to me in a monthly live stream, discounts, and behind the scenes content just for my Patreon badass lady gang!
July 30, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
July 29, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
July 16, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
July 15, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
July 1, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
June 19, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
June 7, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
June 3, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
June 3, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
May 1, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
April 26, 2019
For most of my life, I was the self-proclaimed president of the "I f*cking hate running club". Before I became a runner, I was only motivated to work out to try to lose weight. I was just desperate enough to try running and funny enough, becoming a runner changed my life. If you're looking for a new challenge, spend the next 8 weeks with me. It's not going to be easy and it's going to hurt like hell but the only way you fail is if you fail to try! You ready!?
April 24, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! My new guided runs are will be available wherever you get your podcasts and each one will follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.  Yo
April 22, 2019
Ever wonder if you could become a runner? You can. Over the next 8 weeks, I'm going to help you run 3.1 miles (5K). Ready? HERE WE GO... TODAY’S WORKOUT: 5 MINUTES OF RUNNING, 2 MINUTE RECOVERY WALK- 35 MINUTES TOTAL.
April 16, 2019
Welcome to Week 4 // Run 1 of my new guided runs!!! TODAY’S WORKOUT: 4 MINUTES OF RUNNING, 1 MINUTE RECOVERY WALK- 30 MINUTES TOTAL.
April 8, 2019
Welcome to Week 4 // Run 1 of my new guided runs!!! TODAY’S WORKOUT: 4 MINUTES OF RUNNING, 1 MINUTE RECOVERY WALK- 30 MINUTES TOTAL.
March 29, 2019
Ever wonder if you could become a runner? You can. Over the next 8 weeks, I'm going to help you run 3.1 miles (5K).   We're on Week 3 // Run 3 of my Become a Runner Guided Runs!!! TODAY’S WORKOUT: 4 x (5 MINUTES RUNNING, 3 MINUTES WALKING) ALTERNATE BETWEEN RUNNING FOR 5 MINUTES AND WALKING FOR 3 MINUTES. 32 MINUTES TOTAL.
March 27, 2019
If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! My new guided runs are available wherever you get your podcasts and each one will follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.
March 26, 2019
TODAY’S WORKOUT: ALTERNATE BETWEEN RUNNING FOR 3 MINUTES AND WALKING FOR 90 SECONDS MINUTE. 30 MINUTES TOTAL. If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. Run a 5K! It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try! You ready!?
March 22, 2019
Ever wonder if you could become a runner? You can. Over the next 8 weeks, I'm going to help you run 3.1 miles (5K). Ready? HERE WE GO... My new guided runs are will be available wherever you get your podcasts and each one will follow my free 8-week training plan, “Become a runner in 8 weeks”. Give it a download and then press play.  TODAY’S WORKOUT: ALTERNATE BETWEEN RUNNING FOR 3 MINUTES AND WALKING FOR 2 SECONDS MINUTE. 40 MINUTES TOTAL.
March 20, 2019
Welcome to Week 2, run 2 of my new guided runs!!! My name is Kelly and for most of my life, I was president of the "I f*cking hate running club". I spent most of my life trying to find ways to avoid running. The only reason I ever went to a gym was to try to lose weight. Then I found myself just desperate enough to become a runner and my life changed. If you're looking for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. The only way you fail is if you fail to
March 18, 2019
Welcome to Week 2 // Run 1 of my new guided runs!!! TODAY’S WORKOUT: ALTERNATE BETWEEN RUNNING FOR 2 MINUTEs AND WALKING FOR 90 SECONDS MINUTE. 20 MINUTES TOTAL.
March 11, 2019
Ever wonder if you could become a runner? You can. Over the next 8 weeks, I'm going to help you run 3.1 miles (5K). Ready? HERE WE GO...Day 6, run 3!  2 minutes running, 2 minutes walking. (30 minutes total) WHAT!? Terrifying! I KNOW. I'm here to run you through it! The only way you fail is if you fail to try! Head to my website and download the full, free 8 training plan https://shecanandshedid.com/training-plans/become-a-runner-in-8-weeks You ready for your third run?!
March 9, 2019
My name is Kelly & for most of my life, I was the self-proclaimed president of the "I f*cking hate running club". Before I became a runner, I was only motivated to work out to try to lose weight. But I truly was just desperate enough to try running and funny enough, becoming a runner changed my life. If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself. RUN! The only way you fail is if you fail to try!
March 8, 2019
My name is Kelly I was the self-proclaimed president of the "I f*cking hate running club". Before I became a runner, I was only motivated to work out to try to lose weight. Then, I was just desperate enough to try running. If you're looking for a new challenge or for a way to get active that won't make you hate yourself, spend the next 8 weeks with me. It's not going to be easy and yes, it's going to hurt like hell but want to know what hurts more? Quitting. The only way you fail is if you fail to try!
February 28, 2019
It doesn't matter if you aren't athletic and are thinking about running your first 5K or if you're chasing a seemingly impossible time or distance goal, NO ONE KNOWS WHAT YOU'RE CAPABLE OF. Any goal is a realistic goal if you're ready to work for it. Maybe it'll take years to make happen. Maybe it'll take months. Just don't let "realistic" stop you from chasing your dream goal.
January 1, 2019
Today on the podcast, actress, writer, badass, and co-founder of VKTRYCreative Studios Lowam Eyasu and I talk all things New Year's resolutions. From goal setting to why 2019 is the year we should all resolve to stop commenting on people's weights, we're holding nothing back. So, are you for or against New Year's Resolutions? And WHY THE HELL DOES EVERYONE WANT TO LOSE 20 LBS?!? For more from Lowam Eyasu-- http://Instagram.com/Lowambat  http://www.vktry.com/
December 21, 2018
I went into the NYC Marathon ready for my comeback. After injuries and heartbreaks, I was ready for the race I deserved. And I got it...it just wasn't the race I thought I was going to have. This marathon was a forced pause. A chance to reflect and force myself to acknowledge the community we've built and how far I've come. And most importantly, it helped me remember why I run and why I started running in the first place.
December 18, 2018
Title IX! The landmark federal civil rights law that requires gender equality in all aspects of publicly-funded education. Today I'm talking with my best lady pal Casey Snedecor, the Assistant Director of Athletics/Director of Media Relations at LIU Brooklyn. We're talking life before Title IX, why we all should care about it, and its future (like what Betsy Devos has done to overhaul Title IX and narrow the definition of sexual harassment). For links mentioned, head to SheCanAndSheDid.com
November 27, 2018
Two and a half years ago, when I started chasing my impossible goal to try to run a Boston Marathon qualifying time, my Uncle and sports psychologist Dr. Bob Corb told me that he'd be happy to help me make it happen. I completely underestimated the power of a sports psychologist. Ultimately, Dr. Bob changed my life. From helping me build self-efficacy to how I talk to and about myself and what I'm capable of, the tools he's given me have made me a stronger and more resilient person in every single aspect of my life. Here is my final check in with Dr. Bob the day before I ran the New York City Marathon. 
November 19, 2018
PERFECTIONISM. The only running I used to do was away from anything I wasn't innately good at. From my destructive inner dialogue that made me feel insecure to convincing myself that people judged me just as much as I judged myself, I never let myself be anything less than perfect. Let’s talk about why it’s not only important to do the things you’re bad at but why it’s ok to feel insecure, just as long as you celebrate yourself for showing up and giving your best effort.
November 16, 2018
I really was just desperate enough to become a runner. But to my total and complete astonishment, running showed me that I wasn’t just afraid of failing, I wouldn’t apply myself if I knew I couldn’t do something perfectly. Here's what I wish I would have known when I first started running: There's no such thing as the right time to get started. It doesn’t matter if something feels impossible, the only way you’ll fail is if you fail to try. Let's talk about why everyone should be a runner.
November 13, 2018
Goal times and distances keep us motivated...until they don't. From understanding to importance between process goals and outcome goals to intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, let's talk about how we can make the most of the journey instead of losing ourselves in pursuit of a finishing time.
October 19, 2018
When it comes to women who are changing the way we think athletes should look like, Mirna Valerio comes to mind. An author, blogger, and accomplished ultra-marathoner (this year, Mirna completed the 6 Day 120 Mile TransRockies Run), Mirna is inspiring women and men to get active because of what it can do for your soul instead of chasing a number on a scale. REI Video - https://youtu.be/c5-CSQcYeXk Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/themirnavator/ Book - http://a.co/d/dpVOeiG
October 12, 2018
The hardest part about chasing an impossible goal is the moment your impossible goal feels possible. LET'S TALK ABOUT OUR FEAR OF FAILURE AND BUCKLING UNDER THE PRESSURE!
October 5, 2018
Going into your race, be it this week, today, tomorrow, whenever it is, I want you to focus on what you’ve done. Because all too often, we focus on the outcome goal-- the specific time we want to hit, in lieu of the process. The journey. So if you're drowning in pre-race anxiety, I have the pep talk for you. Let's pump you up and get you ready to race your heart out and give your personal best effort.
October 4, 2018
Feeling nervous and/or terrified about running your first marathon? This is the pep talk for you! From how to manage your pre-race fear, nerves, and worst case scenarios to logistics like how to fuel, not bleed to death from chafing, and how to find your family during the race, I'm here to remind you that you're ready to kick ass and take names. YOU GOT THIS.
September 11, 2018
When it comes to getting started, suffering isn't an option. It's inevitable. But in those first few weeks, when everything feels infinitely harder than it should, attitude is everything. Let's talk about what it means to patiently endure while you practice making the decision not to suffer.
August 16, 2018
Chasing goals that feel unattainable is hard enough without people in your life magnifying your doubts. If you're afraid of disappointing yourself or the people in your life by failing or falling short, this episode is for you. Let's talk about why it's important to chase your goals for all the right reasons.
August 8, 2018
I wish I would have known back when I first started running the empowering freedom that comes when you finally throw, "I can't do this" out the window and embrace, "YES I CAN". I STILL forget how transformative it is to assume success instead of bracing for failure. Today's episode of the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast is all about that mental game and how we can get to a place where you truly believe you're capable of whatever goal you're chasing.
July 13, 2018
Taking the first steps towards making an impossible goal possible can feel paralyzing. From getting active, making a healthy lifestyle change, losing weight, running your first half marathon or marathon, to running a terrifying time goal like breaking 2 in a half, when your goal is so huge that it feels impossible, if you don't have prior success to call on, it's hard not to expect failure. Let's talk about how to persevere and kick ass and take names when all signs point to failure.
June 15, 2018
Shedding your shirt along with your insecurities and working out in your sports bra is TERRIFYING! What if a complete stranger, your neighbor, or a loved one confirms the horrible things you say to yourself when you look in the mirror? Here's what I want you to focus on, WHAT YOU SAY TO YOURSELF. Because even if someone looks at you and judges you (screw them), there will be women and girls who see you and think, "I want her confidence". We can't redefine what strength looks like unless we show up.
June 8, 2018
As women, so much of our worth is ascribed to how we look. We get judged on it. And the larger a woman is, the more likely she's going to be labeled as lazy, unhealthy, and whether or not you want to admit it, ugly. AND I CALL BULLSHIT. HEALTH ISN'T A LOOK, IT'S A LIFESTYLE.   Mark your calendars because on June 24th, women around the world are ditching their shirts along with their insecurities for Global #SportsBraSquad Day, a day dedicated to celebrating that strength comes in all shapes and sizes.
June 1, 2018
In our self-love revolution, there's a lot of talk about reflection and taking time to feel grateful or celebrate every single win or success. Our badassery. We share and like memes and platitudes about being strong, driven, and bold but we don't really talk about taking time to define who we are, what we love about ourselves, and what our strengths are.  Today, I want to talk about our self-image and why it can be so incredibly helpful to take time to talk about what you love about yourself.
May 18, 2018
It's just running... I know, it's a triggering statement if you're consumed in a goal or struggling to see yourself as a runner. But today, I want to talk about the importance of stepping back and looking at the simplicity of it all. That we're just putting one foot in front of the other.
May 11, 2018
When it comes to my grief and loss, rumbling with the guilt I feel when I think about how grateful, joyful, happy, and full as I am today, nine years after my brother passed away, is possible. And it guts me to acknowledge it. It doesn't feel fair that I get to be happy or find purpose in my loss because I'd give anything to have my brother back. Today, I want to talk about the joy in loss, the guilt and pain in my joy, what that means, and why it took me so long to put words to it.
April 29, 2018
I've been chasing my impossible goal for 2 years. BQ or Bust started as a stunt. A new goal that I was certain I'd give up on two months in. Two years later, I'm still chasing my BQ.  I hate the saying, "How bad do you want it?". Not because I don't believe it, because as someone who used to quit on myself, it made me feel like a failure. Hearing that now, it doesn't upset me. It reminds me that things worth fighting for take time. Let's talk the latest BQ or Bust Plot twist!
April 21, 2018
What do you do when you want to make your goal a reality more than anything else in the world but failure seems inevitable? What do you do when you've worked your butt off for something and find yourself derailed? Or what if you just can't seem to get out the door? Today I want to talk about the magic of doing and what happens when you focus on taking one step at a time.
April 20, 2018
Self Efficacy: One's belief in one's ability to succeed in specific situations or accomplish a task. On today's episode, I want to talk about unlikely runners and what it's like for those of us who don't have an athletic background to get and stay active.
April 10, 2018
Emotionally distancing yourself from a goal you care about so that you don't get hurt? Yeah. Me too. We're 6 days away from this year's Boston Marathon and I can't help but notice that I'm putting my armor on in an attempt to save myself should I miss my goal to BQ.
April 3, 2018
Coach John Honerkamp is back to talk all things running and training! Today, we're talking about getting uncomfortable, smart racing, getting faster, why round 3 of BQ or Bust feels different, and we're taking your questions about how to kick ass and take names!  For more information on Coach John and to get in touch, follow him on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/John-Honerkamp-Consulting-Coaching-306054656524269/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/johnhonerkamp/.
March 24, 2018
Sports Psychologist Dr. Bob is back to answer your questions and help me unlock the confidence runner I'm too afraid to become. Today, we're talking about why we shy away from giving our best effort, what he wants me to do to actually become a confident runner, why it's important to define our personal bests, and what self-efficacy is and why it's important to runners of all levels.
March 22, 2018
For years, I've been trying to figure out how to simply believe in myself and the work I've done. Coaches and friends would tell me to look at my training log when I doubt myself but it's never helped that nagging feeling that what I'm trying to accomplish is impossible and unattainable. Instead of trusting my work, I wait for a miracle or the perfect day.  It only took 4 years to get here but it finally happened, I FINALLY gave myself permission to succeed. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
March 15, 2018
"I'm not a very good runner." After a check in with sports psychology wizard Dr. Bob, I decided to go back and watch my YouTube vlog BQ or Bust that featured Dr. Bob over the last two years. I was watching myself talk to Dr. Bob about the fact that I'm just not a very good runner. And it's true. I know when I'm good at something and I am not a naturally gifted runner.  But that's the reason running changed my life. It gave me a way to apply myself, learn, progress, and fail when I'm not naturally good at something. But the truth is, natural runner or struggle, runner, it never gets easier. And that's why running is so damn empowering. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
March 12, 2018
Anyone who has ever gotten uncomfortable during a run can testify to the fact that running is  a mental sport. Yes, physical strength and endurance are important factors but if your mental game is off,  a single minute can feel like forever. Back in August of 2016, I was struggling to push through my doubts, self-imposed limits, and discomfort. I was a few months into my crazy marathon training and while I knew that trying to BQ wasn't going to be easy, I didn't understand just how difficult and painful it was going to be. So I called my uncle Dr. Robert Corb, AKA Dr. Bob, a licensed Psychologist who specializes in Sports. Not only is Dr. Bob an accomplished Sports Psychologist, he's the former director of UCLA's Sports Psychology program.  In this episode of my vlog from 2016, Dr. Bob explains to me that the issue isn't that I'm uncomfortable or pushing through the pain. Pain and discomfort are to be expected, the issue is that I'm suffering which isn't going to help me crush my goal. He went on to talk about the concept of Acceptance Theory and how accepting and knowing that even though it isn't going to be comfortable, that it's up to me to figure out how to enjoy my training runs even when it hurts.  If you've ever wondered what it's like to work with a sports psychologist, this is a really great starting place. ENJOY!  This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
March 6, 2018
Ever wonder what it would be like if an amateur runner had the help of a sports psychologist? Meet Dr. Bob! The former head of Sports Psychology at UCLA and a licensed psychologist, Dr. Bob has helped me battle some of my toughest mental battles. Today, he's checking in with me as I approach my second Boston Marathon qualifying attempt. We talk how to power through when I'm struggling, what tips he has for unlocking that feeling of effortlessness I am always chasing, and what I can do to set myself up for strong training runs.  This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
February 26, 2018
Today I want to talk about the end game that is comparing or ranking your loss and pain to someone else's. Let's talk about what it means to be compassionate not only towards yourself but to others as well. Because it's pretty damn hard to do when you're struggling to put one foot in front of the other or survive a loss that is unimaginable.  This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
February 21, 2018
The easiest way to sabotage yourself is to believe the BS narrative you tell yourself that you’re not good enough.  BREAK THE CYCLE! How you talk to yourself is how you'll see yourself. Celebrating and building yourself up requires consistent work. Don’t cheat yourself from being all that you already are. Here's how... This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
February 16, 2018
Look, there’s only one ingredient to likeability and that’s being authentically yourself. EASIER SAID THAN DONE! Why? Because true connection is rooted in truth, bravery, and trust. And when you're feeling unsure of yourself or like an outsider or other, it can feel impossible to believe that who you are is enough. BUT IT IS. Let's talk about why being liked by many isn't as important as it is to have people in your corner who like you for who you are. Scars, imperfections, beauty and all. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
February 13, 2018
Do you ever find yourself stepping just outside of your comfort zone necessary? Stopping yourself from taking chances or risks to build strength and confidence? Today I want to talk about what it means to be brave when the chance of failure is high. And why it matters to show up for yourself and believe in yourself and your truth when all you want to do is retreat and hide.    Check out the She Can & She Did podcast on iTunes and Google Play!  This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
February 9, 2018
Self Confidence, we all want it, we all deserve it, and yet we all struggle to acquire it.  WHY? WELL, it's because we're not very good at celebrating ourselves. So let's talk about life, liberty, and the pursuit of your best, strongest, happiest and most vulnerable self.  ---- Follow Kelly on Instagram: http://Instagram.com/KellyKKRoberts Twitter: http://Twitter.com/KellyKKRoberts Join the community on Facebook http://Facebook.com/KellykkRoberts
February 8, 2018
Focusing on the process and working on fostering a positive attitude isn't easy. And if you're struggling or feeling particularly frustrated or overwhelmed, it's practically impossible! Let's talk about what you can do to alter your outlook and build that strong inner confidence that will help you kick ass and take names! This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
February 2, 2018
Moving deliberately with purpose. THAT is what I want to talk about. WHY? Because it doesn't matter if you're getting started, getting back into something, trying to believe in yourself, or maintaining motivation, sticking with your goals is a struggle. That's why checking in and taking a minute to figure out what you're moving towards can be such a game changer.  SO let's start with a question...WHAT ARE YOU MOVING TOWARDS?! This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
January 26, 2018
Meet Mary Arnold, a co-leader of the incredible grassroots movement Run 4 All Women and November Project New York City. In addition to giving back and building community, she's a killer ultramarathoner, an innovating powerhouse in the running world and the mastermind behind Active Brand Consulting and one of those women who you meet and feel immediately connected to.  Today on the podcast, we are talking about community, running for a cause, and what went into the first year of Run 4 All Women. From their initial run from Harlem to DC that raised over 100,000 dollars for Planned Parenthood to their latest campaign the Midterm Run, Mary is opening up about what goes into keeping a grassroots movement alive.  Important links!  To rent the Run 4 All Women Documentary, CLICK HERE. (https://vimeo.com/ondemand/run4allwomen) For more information on the midterm run, CLICK HERE (http://MidtermRun.com) To read the New York Times Article on Community and the future of running, CLICK HERE (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/21/sports/running-marathons-advertising.html) To find Run 4 All Women on social media, check them out on Twitter (https://twitter.com/run4allwomen), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/run4allwomen/), and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Run4AllWomen/). To get in touch with Mary Arnold, CLICK HERE or check her out on Instagram. (https://www.instagram.com/maryarnold79/) Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
January 24, 2018
About a month ago, I decided I wasn't going to spend time on Twitter. The pessimism, the rage, the backhanded jabs, it was contagious. I felt myself going there only to complain or make really stupid jokes and I didn't like how I felt scrolling through my news feed so I deleted the app off my phone and decided to only check it once or twice a week.  Best decision I ever made. But a few days ago, I jumped on to check on things and saw a tweet and a retweet that I want to talk about. It said "Training is not the test. The race is the test." And I find it disappointing that people in the community again fail to see that yes, for some people race day IS the test. But for the vast majority of the running community, everything is a test.  This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
January 18, 2018
Today, Coach John Honerkamp is here to talk all things BQ or Bust take 3! From building my base, what to expect, my weaknesses and what we're focusing on, to what we're going to do to make my Boston Marathon qualifying time possible, today is all about BQ or Bust!  For more information on Coach John and to get in touch, CLICK HERE, or you can follow him on Facebookand Instagram. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
January 15, 2018
For most of my life, I lived in fear of the judgment of others. I was terrified that they'd vocalize the destructive things I told myself when I looked in the mirror. Today? It happens every month. Let's talk about the importance of redefining what strength looks and feels like and how to do it!  To watch the entire Oiselle runway slam, CLICK HERE. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
January 9, 2018
Some studies show that announcing your goals doesn't help you make them a reality. In fact, they found that it kind of does the opposite! So why did I launch "Make Your Impossible Possible" and ask you to announce your goals? A SUPPORT SYSTEM! It's hard to believe in yourself when you don't have a strong history of success. It's hard to get started! Or to keep fighting when you feel like you're crashing and burning. But it's true what the platitude suggests, we really are stronger together. So let's talk about how to stick with your goals so that you can make your impossible, possible! Want to join us? CLICK HERE and fill out the form! This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
January 3, 2018
Resolve: 1. Find a solution to a problem. 2. Decide firmly on a course of action Used in a sentence: "In 2018, I'm resolving to make impossible possible because I believe in myself and I refuse to stand in my own damn way! I AM STRONG! I AM POWERFUL! AND I CAN DO HARD THINGS!" She proclaimed as the clock stroke midnight on New Year's Eve. Every year, people set resolutions to kick the new year off on the right foot. And two-six weeks in, they give them up. WHY? Because resolving to make a change is hard! That's why in 2018, I want you to resolve to make impossible possible with me. I want you to step outside of your comfort zone and get ugly as we set out to find what we're capable of.  Confused? Give today's podcast a listen. THEN, fill this out and make impossible possible with me! powered by Typeform This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
December 18, 2017
Coach John Honerkamp is back to talk about taking those first steps towards your running goals! Today, we're talking about setting realistic goals versus impossible goals, getting faster, what exactly "building a base is", why the first few weeks are so damn hard, how to simply get started, and we're taking your questions about how to kick ass and take names!  BQ or Bust is coming back!!!  For more information on Coach John and to get in touch, CLICK HERE, or you can follow him on Facebook and Instagram. Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
December 14, 2017
At mile 22 of the New York City Marathon, the unthinkable happened. A man had the audacity to say to avid marathoner and ultra-marathoner Latoya Shauntay Snell, "It’s gonna take your fat ass forever, huh?”.  I first read about the interaction in Latoya's powerful piece, I'm a Plus-Size Runner and I Got Heckled at the NYC Marathon. (It's required reading. Besides being an incredibly brave and talented writer, Latoya writes what I wish so many people understood about running.) I think we can all agree that races are safe places. Regardless of size or pace, everyone who had the courage to put in the work and showed up on race day deserves respect.  But for so many of us, what happened to Latoya is our worst nightmare. To have someone shame us because of our size. It's disgusting and disappointing but I am so grateful for Latoya for being so open about why she runs and why she refuses to let that man define her.  For more Latoya, check her blog Running Fat Chef, Instagram, Facebook,  Twitter, and Tumblr. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
December 12, 2017
Sometimes, the hardest part about setting a goal is overcoming your fear of failure. And when you have a history of quitting on yourself, that fear can seem insurmountable. What's the use? Why try when you know it won't happen? It can happen. Today, I want to talk about what it takes to make the change and break the cycle. You really are capable of anything you put your mind to. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
December 7, 2017
It isn't easy to wear our hearts on our sleeves or to confidently march to the beat of our own drums. Regardless of what you do, there will always be someone who doesn't agree with what you're doing or who doesn't want to see you succeed. And when you're feeling strong and confident, the naysayers seem insignificant. But the second you doubt yourself, their voices can drown yours out. There’s a part in Brene Brown’s latest book Braving the Wilderness that really struck a chord with me. She writes,  “Don’t walk through the world looking for evidence that you don’t belong because you will always find it. Don’t walk through the world looking for evidence that you’re not enough because you will always find it. Our worth and our belonging are not negotiated with other people. We carry those inside of our hearts.” Today I want to talk about why it's important that we value our voices and write our own stories.  This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
December 5, 2017
VISUALIZATION, it sounds hokey but truth be told, it works! Today I want to talk about setting goals and why it can feel so difficult to pull yourself out of a rut or change a pattern of behavior that feels impossible to break. But the secret weapon that can help you make whatever it is you’re working for a reality? Visualization. Why? Because it helps you see yourself break through your pre-defined, self-imposed limits. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes!   
December 1, 2017
Between miles 22 and 23 of the NYC Marathon, marathoner and ultramathoner Latoya Shauntay Snell encountered a white man who had the audacity to say to her, “It’s gonna take your fat ass forever, huh?”. We all know the saying sticks and stones may break our bones but words will never hurt us. But the truth is, words do hurt. It doesn't matter who is throwing them, they always hurt. Luckily, Latoya was able to shake off the verbal assault and write an incredibly powerful and empowering piece that took us a step towards change.  Today on the podcast, I don't just want to talk about the verbal attack, but the bigger problem, our issue with women and their shape and size. Luckily, women like Latoya are the face of change. They're showing the world that health and strength come in all shapes and sizes.   This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
November 28, 2017
After I ran my first marathon, I promised myself that whenever I told myself that I wasn't capable of something, I had to give it a try. That's what brought me to my impossible, qualifying for the Boston Marathon. It may just be running, but working towards my impossible changed the way I live my life. From how I manage self-doubt to my fear of failure, I continue to learn how important it is to step outside of my comfort zone and dare to fail. Going into my third attempt, I'm nervous and scared but a hell of a lot more excited. And this time, I'm not racing alone... This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
November 23, 2017
Thanksgiving can be tough for those of us who have to celebrate without our people. So today, do me a favor and give yourself permission to feel what you're feeling. Be it sad, happy, grateful, angry, etc., do what you have to do to survive the holiday. But don't waste the time you have. Tell your people you love them. Tell stories that make you smile.  Happy Thanksgiving everyone. 
November 22, 2017
Why is it so hard for women to own their success and achievements? Well, turns out that success and likability are positively correlated for men and negatively correlated for women. Ironically, I've spent most of this year trying to figure out what I think success means. Why? Because I'm that 28-year-old who spends her time pondering her purpose. But here's what I've learned, regardless of how you define it until we decide that ambition, drive, strength, and power are beautiful, feminine qualities we should all aspire towards, we're going to go in circles. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
November 21, 2017
Fear is something that is always in the driver's seat whenever you’re getting ready to make a change or even just simply thinking about making a change. Right? From a fear of failure and even a fear of success to the fear of living up to other people's expectations, fear can be the thing that stops us from simply trying and seeing what happens. Let's talk about how to drop kick those fears you feel whenever you're trying to make a change in the face! This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
November 15, 2017
I can't tell you how many times in my life I yearned to make a change. From losing weight to asking for help, I always felt alone and helpless. Stepping outside of your comfort zone is hard. It kicks your ass and demands that you give your best effort 100% of the time. But finding that motivation or seeing hope when you're struggling can feel impossible. Today's episode is all about what it means to step outside of your comfort zone. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
November 13, 2017
"Balance" it's that stupid word that we all chase around trying to find but no one really understands it's importance until after they've overextended themselves. Ever since my first marathon, I turned into a total runhole. I ate, slept, and breathed running. But this year, something changed. I needed space. I wanted to talk about anything but running. I realized that I needed to figure out how to make running something I loved to do instead of who I was. So today, I want to talk about balance. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
November 7, 2017
SOCIAL MEDIA, it's a wonderful yet equally dangerous evil. This past September, The Atlantic ran a sobering a piece called "Have Smartphones Destroyed A Generation?" that everyone should read. About a year after going viral, I realized I wasn't living my life but rather, in pursuit of curating my best life for social media. I knew something had to change so I set out to set some boundaries and find ways to keep my curated life as real as possible. Sounds impossible right? Let's talk about social media, curated perfection, and FOMO. This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
October 31, 2017
For the past few months, I found myself making this joke that I was in purgatory. Which is ridiculous because after four years, busting my ass, trying to get a seat at the table, I finally had one. I quickly realized that it wasn't that I was unhappy being apart of the running world, but that I was ready for more. Running has always and will always be a big part of my life. But running isn't who I am, it's just something that helps me put my strongest foot forward. The last few months, I've been working hard on my next chapter, She Can & She Did. I've dragged my feat, struggled to come to terms with putting myself out there and having no one care, and most importantly, defining what success looks like. But when it comes to taking a chance on my purpose, I realized that just like running, the only way I'll fail is if I fail to try.  This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
October 25, 2017
Anything worth doing is going to be hard. YES. But we need to talk about not shying away from the things we really suck at. Today on the podcast, I want to talk about why the fact that I struggle so much with running is why I continue to chase impossible goals. Sounds counter intuitive. Maybe even stupid. But hear me out... This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
October 23, 2017
From co-creating Google Maps to changing the running game, Lars Rasmussen knows a thing or two about believing in yourself, overcoming failure, and creating technology that revolutionizes the world. Speaking of which, meet Weav Run, a new app co-founded by Lars Rasmussan and Elomida Visviki. What's Weav Run? It's a new running music app that is revolutionizing the running experience. Don't believe me? Download the app (available on ios in the US CLICK HERE) and give it a try on your next run!  Today on the podcast, Lars and Elo talk about the inception of Weav Run (pun intended) and what made them quit their jobs to make their ambitious idea, a reality.  I've been working with Weav Run for about two months now and I just have to say, we have some really exciting projects in the works. Keep your eyes peeled runners! We're going to help you fly towards your goals! For more information on Weav Run, you can visit the official Weav Run website or hit them up on Instagram or Facebook. Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5 star rating and review on iTunes! 
October 20, 2017
From carb loading to race day tips and tricks, today on the Podcast, Coach John Honerkamp is sharing his tips and tricks to getting to the finish line with a smile. We're covering everything from sleep, fueling, fun, perspective, goals, to turning around a bad day so grab a pen and paper and get ready to soak up some knowledge! For more Coach John Honerkamp, you can follow him on Instagram, Facebook, or you can get in touch with him via his website. **To watch The Taper, the video we laugh about, CLICK HERE.** Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5 star rating and review on iTunes! 
October 18, 2017
This week, thousands of women shared their experiences with sexual harassment and assault using the hashtag #MeToo. But now what? There's a really great meme making the rounds online. It says "boys will be boys" but the second word 'boys' is crossed out and, "will be held accountable for their actions" is written below. Embroidery by Shannon DowneyCourtesy of Shannon Downey / @badasscrossstitch I know this is a really tough issue, but this movement can't end with women speaking up. We need to see change.  This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
October 13, 2017
Sometimes, even when you have every single tool in your toolbox, and you still fail or fall short making whatever you set out to do a reality, it’s hard not to question yourself. Why you’re working towards making your impossible goal, possible. You can't help but ask yourself if you’re good enough. If you’re cut out for it. If it’s worth it. Or if the disappointment and hurt are worth trying again. And the answer doesn’t always have to be a resounding, "Yes!". Here’s the value in having the courage to crash and burn after giving 100%: Eventually, you'll crawl out of the hell hole you find yourself in with a completely different outlook. You know how hard you can work. You know what it felt like to doubt yourself and prove yourself wrong. You see the power of hard work and persistence. And most importantly, you learn firsthand that anything worth doing isn't just going to be hard, but takes a hell of a lot of time, patience, and persistence.   Bouncing back from failure isn’t something you can do overnight. I don’t care how many Pinterest quotes you put onto your vision board, you can’t fight through the fog or pull yourself out of the shame cave until you’re ready. You can’t force yourself to move past it. When you’re ready to take the next step, you’ll know. And you’ll be able to see what you can do differently a hell of a lot more clearly. The only way you'll fail is if you fail to try. I truly believe that. Not every day is going to be the one you worked for. But as long as you keep putting one foot in front of the other, anything is possible. Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
October 11, 2017
Today on the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast, my friend and a badass who is changing the running game, Tina Muir. Tina recently made headlines when, at the top of her game as an elite runner, she decided to not only retire but open up about her struggle with amenorrhea as well. Tina's vulnerability and openness are two of the many reasons why so many women have joined her "Running for Real" community. From life post-retirement to what she hopes for her daughter (after 9 years without her period, Tina is now pregnant with a little girl!!!), this episode is a candid and honest talk about what it's like to run for your life at the top level. For more Tina, you can find her on TinaMuir.com, Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.  CRAAAAZZZYYYY how things can change in a year!! I wasn't sure whether to post this, feeling self conscious, and thought people might react negatively, but oh well, here's to being brave.🙊 This time a year ago, I was about to run the #londonmarathon, I ended up smashing my PB of 2:41 to run a 2:37 and finish 2nd in the championship section of the race. I don't know how much I weighed, but I was in the best shape I had been in, both physically and mentally. One year later, and quite a few pounds heavier, I have not run in almost 5 weeks. But I CHOSE this. Last year I achieved some big goals, but now I have an even more important one, recovering from amenorrhea and getting my body ready for a family. I'm not gonna lie and say it's not hard looking at that photo and seeing me right now, BUT I am learning to love my curves, and I am definitely enjoying the food I am eating 😋🍰🎂🍦🍪🍩, allowing myself to let loose, rest, and heal after 14 years of complete dedication.🏃‍♀️ There are many ups and downs in every stage of life, but even in that moment, like that one on the left, I still wanted to look better, I still wasn't totally happy. I don't think we ever will be, all we can do is love our bodies and respect them. I know I am not "big" by any means, but this comparison shows the difference. My body has a new journey to embark on, and I plan to embrace it as best I can. I'm still me, right? *hesitates to push publish*.....aaaand GO A post shared by Tina Muir (@tinamuir88) on Apr 22, 2017 at 9:38am PDT **Mentioned in the episode, the incredible Lauren Fleshman's letter, "Dear Younger Me: Lauren Fleshman". This episode was brought to you by the website hosting platform that made it easy for this not so tech savvy scaredy cat possible to create a blog and a podcast, SQUARESPACE! If you've ever thought about creating your own website or blog, use offer code Kelly for 10% off your purchase of personal domain address and website on Squarespace.com.  Don't forget to subscribe to the Run, Selfie, Repeat podcast on iTunes (or you can listen to it on Google Play), and, if you're feeling extra incredible and amazing, I would really appreciate it if you could leave me a 5-star rating and review on iTunes! 
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