Oct 8, 2020
As another part of our support for injured athletes, we—Carrie and Cindy—operate a Facebook group that’s also called The Injured Athletes Club. It’s a thriving, positive community of other people who just plain get it.
We’re grateful for the way the group supports each other through the highs and lows of...
Sep 24, 2020
From cancer to health. Back to the hospital with a heart attack—and home with a new heart. And finally, across the country on a bike, twice.
Mike Cohen’s life has taken him to places he never could have imagined. In this week’s episode, the San Diego-based athlete—who calls himself a professional cyclist riding...
Sep 10, 2020
On most days, British runner Anji Andrews lives the athlete’s dream. She works from home—with plenty of time and flexibility to train—making a living coaching, writing about running, and handling social media for organizations like the popular UK-based podcast Marathon Talk.
But this summer, a foot injury that...
Aug 27, 2020
Lex Gillette—a world record holder and national champion in the long jump—has had to navigate change before. At age 8, doctors diagnosed him with detached retinas, and couldn’t save his sight despite multiple surgeries. Though the transition wasn’t easy, Lex credits his support system—and the confidence they...
Aug 13, 2020
Wherever you are, stop for a moment and take stock of what’s on your mind. Then, look down at your feet. Ask yourself: Are your body and mind in the same place?
Your physical being occupies space in the present moment. But often, our thoughts are a million miles away, fretting over the past or fearful of the future: