Oct 25, 2019
We’re excited to bring you Episode 167 of The BibRave Podcast! This week’s episode is sponsored by our friends at AfterShokz and their newest product - AfterShokz Xtrainerz. Now enjoy swimming, showering, or running in the rain with ease with these waterproof bone-conduction headphones. Save $50 on your Xtrainerz Adventure Bundle when you visit bibrave.aftershokz.com and use code “BRBUNDLE”!
In this episode, Tim and Jess get to catch-up with a BibRave Podcast fav - ultrarunner and AfterShokz athlete, Ian Sharman. We hear about his latest bout with injury, an Achilles issue that forced him to sit-out UTMB. Ian shares some level-headed advice and perspective on how to approach injury as a runner - focus on the positive, focus on what’s controllable. The conversation then dives deep into how we as athletes can continue pushing ourselves with new challenges - especially when injured. The trio then ends by discussing the different ways to find inspiration, including a nod to another BibRave podcast guest fav - Mike Wardian!
This week’s episode is also brought to you by our friends at Zwift. Make sure to join Team BibRave on Turn It Up Tuesdays - a group run that features structured workouts, fun training, and loads of FUN! 🙌
🏝 It’s not too late to enjoy paradise! Join Team BibRave for the BibRave Bahamas Getaway: Exuma Marathon, November 7th-11th. Stay at the luxurious Grand Isle Resort and create a race weekend like you’ll never forget! Proceeds from this program will directly benefit Hurricane Dorian relief efforts - Book Now!
Have you checked out the latest podcast from our friends at AfterShokz? 😍 Check out Could You Handle the Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon? The Peek: A Behind-the-Scenes Podcast by AfterShokz Episode 2!
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For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!
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