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Run Geek Radio launched

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Run Geek Radio

Last week was the official launch of my own podcast named “Run Geek Radio”, which can be found at https://rungeekradio.com, so please go check it out.

The idea behind the podcast is to bring together two things I love to do…programming, and running. It only makes sense that I would want to share in both areas, and a podcast is a great way to do that. With the resurgence of podcasts lately I felt a little bit of peer pressure to attempt my own, and so far I have received wonderful reviews from PHP developers who also run, or runners who are also programmers.

Not only did I create a blog to host the podcast, but it is also available on iTunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/run-geek-radio/id985617062?mt=2&ls=1 or you can simply go to the Subscribe page on the site and subscribe there using one of the methods provided.

I look forward to hearing your feedback. Thank you.

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Interview with Coach Al Jackson at Runners Round Table

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For those that didn’t know (because I forgot to mention it here on my blog) I hosted an episode at the Runners Round Table Tuesday evening.  Please check it out episode #79 at the Runners Round Table.  It was a great episode as Nicole (running bebe blog) and I interviewed Coach Alphonzo Jackson from the Runners High website.

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Brain Science and the Runner

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As many of you know I was asked to participate in an episode of Runners Round Table podcast on Tuesday, March 16th.   I am sorry for posting this so late, but this week has been very hectic and I had a choice of blogging or running…I chose to run. 🙂  My logic was that  without running I have nothing to talk about on the blog. 🙁

So as you may remember (now that you read a previous posts linked to in the first paragraph) I was to be part of the interview panel to ask questions of Ginger Campbell an emergency room doctor with a hobby/interest in brain science, and discuss the affects that physical exercise and playing has on the brain.  No, it was not about the psychology of running.  It was more about “If I run, will I be smarter, remember things, and learn things easier?”.

Here is the link to the Podcast!

I encourage all of you to check out the podcast and download the MP3, or listen to it on iTunes. (For reasons other than my own personal fame.)  The topic was very interesting, and I think we did a good job at keeping it at a high enough level that everyone can get something out of it and not be bored to tears with the actual science of it. (Yes, I myself also look at pictures prior to reading and determine if it is worthy of my time.)

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My first podcast coming soon

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Wow, am I excited!  I have been invited to co-host an episode of the Runners Round Table Podcast later this month.  So everyone will be able to hear my voice (not sure how exciting that is) as I participate in my first podcast EVER!  I am a bit nervous, and will try not to make a fool out of myself. (Some would say “Too Late”.)

Subject: Exercise and the Brain
When
: Tuesday March 16th, 2010 at 5:00pm EST
Where: Will be hosted LIVE on TalkShoe

I think it will be an exciting and informational subject around Ginger Campbell, M.D. and her podcast “Brain Science Podcast” who will also be participating.  I recently listened to a few of her podcasts on the subject of exercise or playing and how it effects the brain.  From her podcast blog: “Dr. Campbell is an experienced emergency physician with a long-standing interest in mind-body medicine, the brain, and consciousness”.  I highly recommend listening to her, and if you are interested in the subject I was drawn to you can listen to three of her podcasts that deal specifically with the subject.

There will also be 3 others participating in the podcast: Mark Ulrich, Steve Runner, and Toni Harvey.

Please come out and support the podcast episode!

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