First, a story told actor, writer and comedian Jon Glaser (Parks and Recreation, Inside Amy Schumer, Late Night with Conan O'Brien) about his most unique running bathroom stop. Next, a discussion with stand up comedian Liz Miele on the unlikely intersection and parallels of comedy and running, and how both intertwine in her creative process. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can use running as a means to fuel creativty, whether they're funny or not. Or just laugh at themselves on their next unusual running predicament. Finally, a joke about marathons from Liz.
Calls to action:
If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email firstname.lastname@example.org to share.
Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher.
Follow Running Realized on Instagram
Learn more about Running Realized here
Sign up for the Running Realized Newsletter
Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more.
To help out the show:
Thanks for joining us. See you on June 7 for Episode eight!