RunRunLive – This is by far the best of breed, Chris Russell is the host of the show and has great guests every week. It is a weekly podcast that lasts about 40 minutes. Chris has a wealth of running knowledge and experience and provides excellent advice to runners of all shapes and sizes. The show is aimed at all runners, from beginners to advanced.
Running with the Pack – A weekly running podcast – with two co-hosts, Allan and Stevie – where they discuss their training, running gear, races, inspirational stories, family and other fitness pursuits. The podcast ranges from 30 minutes to an hour. The show is more aimed at beginners to mid-packers.
This Running Life – This is a weekly running podcast that ranges from an hour or more. The host of the show is a professor from Alabama named Gordon who has a pretty dramatic story to tell regarding how he turned a life of obesity into a lean fitness vegan machine. The guy is also pretty hilarious, especially when he’s driving or discusses his personal family life. This podcast took some time to grow on me, but after a few weeks, maybe because the guy comes across as so authentic, this podcast has risen toward the top of my list. The show is aimed at beginners to mid-packers – but, as Gordon continues to see significant improvements in his running over the next couple of years – I think some more advanced runners may begin taking notice.
Dirt Dawg’s Running Diatribe – A weekly running podcast hosted by Dirt Dawg out of Michigan. An advanced ultra-runner who has qualified for the Boston Marathon discusses his races and family life. On occasion he has guest interviews. Also, his wife, Dirrty Girl routinely makes an appearance and the dialogue between them is very entertaining. This show usually lasts about an hour and is aimed toward the mid-packers to advanced runners.
So there you have it, my never miss weekly podcasts. I’m sure there are a number of other good ones out there and if you know about any others, please leave a comment.