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The BibRave Podcast Ep. 78: Listening to the Listener, Cross-Training Tips, and Swag Sweetness!

This week we bring you Episode 78 of The BibRave Podcast, brought to you by our sponsor, Detach! As always, you can stream us on Spotify so you won’t miss a moment from Team BibRave.

Our hosts this week, Tim, Jess, and Andy, explore several exciting topics. First, we hear from YOU, the listener! Tim shares some awesome messages we have received from runners who have tuned into the podcast – keep ‘em coming! Next, the trio chats about Jess’s physical wins and woes as she gets ready to take on her 6th and final Marathon in Tokyo. Her body is starting to ‘talk back’ so we discuss her physical therapy approach and what cross-training she is implementing to help. Last, we hear about SWAG – stuff we all get! I mean, who doesn’t love free stuff! Thanks for listening, and as always, make sure to follow us on social so we can follow you back (Tag – you’re it!).
Show Notes:

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!

If you like what you hear and want to get more, please subscribe in iTunes and leave a review. That pleases our overlords at iTunes… 😬

If you want more from the BibRave running community, check out our race review page at BibRave.com or follow us on Twitter @BibRave.

Thanks, and hope you enjoy!

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