We’re excited to bring you Episode 156 of The BibRave Podcast! This week’s episode is brought to you by our friends at RAM Racing, in Chicago, IL. Use “BRPOD19” to save $5 on any of their “Run This Town” Chicago events, including the Run Mag Mile, the Bucktown 5K, and Allstate Hot Chocolate Chicago! These are awesome races that you don’t want to miss!
This week Tim, Jess, and Julia recap the recent Murphy extravaganza in Montana – from exercising with family, fishing excursions, and trips to National Parks. The crew then discusses recent books they’ve been reading, which also inspired Team BibRave to launch a documentary viewing club. The trio then ends the conversation discussing their “something new,” bringing up a range of topics from reusable water containers to skincare and self-care.
Have you checked out our latest podcast special series? 😍 Check out Making It: an AfterShokz Podcast Series by BibRave with PGA golfer, Jim Knous, in Episode 2! Jim was the LAST golfer to earn his PGA tour card last year, and his story of making it as a pro golfer is super inspiring.
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- RAM Racing – Save $5 with “BRPOD”
- The BibRave Bahamas Getaway: Exuma Marathon
- Missoula Marathon
- List of National Parks
- Driving vs Flying Article
- When the Body Says No
- BibRave Podcast #152: Acupuncture vs Dry Needling
- All the Rage Documentary
- Asia’s Reckoning Book
- Last Boat Out of Shanghai Book
- The Death and Life of the Great Lakes Book
- Kanopy – Documentary Streaming
- Path Water
- Drunk Elephant
- Silicone Cupping Therapy
- Follow Team BibRave on social!
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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Thanks, and hope you enjoy!
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