Seeking stability in your career, relationship, or on the field? Lauren + Jesse talk about their experiences with taking risks and evaluating data to help make big life and biz decisions.
Refreshed from family vacation, Jesse and Lauren talk about athletes making political statements, high mileage for young runners, and how to battle injuries as an aging athlete.
L & J answer listener questions about faith and belief, training for the marathon as a triathlete, finding balance and passion in a career, and coaching a partner. Plus USATF Champs!
Lauren and Jesse recap their hilariously disastrous family camping trip, then tackle listener Qs on confidence, healthy team environments, buying used running shorts, + proposing!
Using business smarts in sport, handling a wealth gap in relationships, training when you're on your feet all day, reducing your carbon footprint, plus the meaning of life...
Lauren and Jesse discuss intimacy, on-again-off-again relationships, birth control for athletes, polyamory, and keeping the spark alive. Plus their engagement story! All love.
When you’re balancing your busy life today, how can you stay prepared for athletic goals in the future? Come to terms with an aging body? Push yourself up that last big hill???
In honor of Fathers' Day, Lauren and Jesse take some extra reps on parenthood. Parent favoritism, relationships after divorce, and post-partum depression for dads. Plus more...
Tips for fueling after a workout, managing “Mom Guilt”, dating a teammate or coworker, and racing in the heat. Plus, vacation spots for active couples & Diastasis Recti exercises.
Advice on approaching a tough conversation with a loved one, addressing your sleep-depriving excitement or anxiety before a race, and how to best spend your time.
What does it mean to step up at work, in sports, and in relationships? What does it take? L & J share their feelings about the story of former Nike athlete Alysia Montaño.
Peeing while racing, product and human name changes, at-home workouts for runners + cyclists, reflecting on performance, working out during work hours - yay or nay?