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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/mayberunningwillhelp/subscribe How can we use running as the foundation for positive life experiences? What are the benefits of running that have nothing to do with performance? Who are your peers in the community, and how do they use running to thrive? RRCA Certified Running Coach and personal development enthusiast, Nicky Tamberrino, explores what it means to be a runner and how it helps to transform our mind.
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The Culinary Mechanic Podcast is focused on exploring the restaurant and hospitality industry to find the insights, strategies, tools and tactics to help chefs, owners and operators run restaurants like a well-oiled machine. Leveraging 30+ years of kitchen experience, Simon shares lessons learned, hard won knowledge and occasionally a good story. Combine those with conversations with chefs, restaurateurs and industry gurus, about what it takes to make your restaurant profitable and a great p ...
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Since 2006 Coach Joe Beer and various side-kicks, guests & athletes have given training, nutrition & technology advice to improve your triathlon, duathlon, Ironman, running & cycling performances. Visit these great brands www.ScienceInSport.com www.Nopinz.com www.SouthForkRacing.co.uk and www.ForthEdge.co.uk
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Our special guest, Nate, shares his journey from Colorado to Washington, D.C., detailing his profound love for running and his experiences with ultra marathons. As the managing director of Volo Sports Denver, Nate also introduces us to the unique sport of cup and hand kickball.Listen in as Nate recounts his trail running adventures in the breathtak…
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In this episode of the Culinary Mechanic podcast, host Simon Zatyrka sits down with Jason Berkowitz of Arrow Up Training to discuss the journey from entry-level restaurant work to leadership roles. They explore the importance of systems, communication, and employee development in creating successful restaurant operations. Jason shares insights from…
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In this episode, host Simon and guest Ryan Brown delve into the evolution of the culinary industry, from the "pirate" days to the pursuit of simplicity and balance. Ryan, a seasoned hospitality professional and the founder of Union38, shares his journey, from working in Michelin-starred restaurants to becoming a stay-at-home dad and launching his o…
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In this insightful episode, Simon Zatyrka interviews Scott Turner, the founder of Auden Hospitality, a consulting firm dedicated to helping hoteliers create exceptional food and beverage experiences. Scott shares his journey of leaving the corporate world twice to rediscover his true passion, and how he built a business around his values and princi…
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Join me as we discuss Deena's involvement in the Runner's World Guide to Mental Health and the importance of prioritizing mental health. The conversation explores the importance of listening and supporting others in their health and fitness journeys. It emphasizes the value of inclusivity and finding joy in the process of achieving goals. Deena sha…
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In this episode, we dive into the captivating journey of Luke Simonds, a seasoned chef who transitioned from the high-pressure environment of fine dining to the world of foodservice equipment sales. Our guest shares his experiences climbing the ranks in competitive kitchens, developing recipes for renowned natural foods grocery stores, and ultimate…
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Hometown Highlights is a Maybe Running Will Help series dedicated to the amazing runners right in our own neighborhoods. From business professionals to busy moms, we're talking to the runners who truly inspire because they're just like us. Allow me to introduce today's guest.Leah Williams is the owner and founder of &Fitness. A treadmill gym that f…
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Join us as we continue the Conversation with Christopher Wells. In this episode, we delve into the intricate world of restaurant operations with a seasoned restaurant operator and consultant. Through his wealth of experience, Christopher shares anecdotes and insights that uncover the often overlooked secrets to restaurant success. From cost analysi…
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Join Christopher Wells, the founder and CEO of Piecemeal, in a dynamic conversation on his journey from the chaotic world of restaurant kitchens to the innovative realm of restaurant tech. Christopher shares anecdotes from his early days as a dishwasher, revealing how his adrenaline-fueled personality found its match in the fast-paced energy of the…
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In this conversation, Nicky and Kira discuss their experiences with running and the challenges that beginners face. They also talk about Kira's role as the Events Marketing Manager at Charm City Run and the latest happenings at the company, including the opening of a new store in Annapolis and the upcoming St. Michael's Running Festival and Baltimo…
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In this episode of the Culinary Mechanic Podcast, host Simon Zatyrka continues his conversation with Josh Sharkey, diving deeper into the intricacies of recipe development and management. From the inception of Meez to the dynamic nature of ingredient sourcing and climate impact, they explore the essential role of precision in culinary artistry. Dis…
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In this episode, Nicky discusses the basics of running your first marathon. She answers common questions and provides advice based on her experience as a marathon runner and certified coach. Topics covered include the difficulty of running a marathon, the importance of training and preparation, the recommended base mileage before starting marathon …
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Join host Simon Zatyrka on the Culinary Mechanic Podcast for an insightful conversation with Josh Sharkey, founder of Meez, a revolutionary software transforming recipe management and restaurant operations. From his humble beginnings cooking at home to becoming a celebrated chef, Josh shares his journey through the culinary world and the unexpected…
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It’s not unusual for me to meet people and want to learn more about them. People fascinate me, and I’m genuinely interested in their stories. That’s especially true of people I admire. I want to understand our similarities and differences, and I want to learn from each other. That’s sort of how this interview happened. There’s a runner in my hometo…
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In this episode of the Culinary Mechanic Podcast, host Simon Zatyrka continues his engaging conversation with Anthony Bucco, a seasoned professional in the culinary world and Senior VP of Landmark Hospitality. They delve into the multifaceted aspects that make a chef stand out beyond just culinary skills, discussing the superhero-like responsibilit…
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Have you ever wondered what it’s like to run for a charity team at a major marathon? How do you get selected, what is required, and why might you want to consider it for your next race? Today we’re talking to Amber Weiner. National Development Director for Volo Kids Foundation. An organization dedicated to building communities of active, resilient,…
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Join us as we delve into the culinary universe with Anthony Bucco, Senior Vice President of Landmark Hospitality. Discover the art of transforming historic landmarks into extraordinary dining spaces, as Anthony shares insights into his career journey from culinary school to the bustling kitchens of New York City and New Jersey. LinkedIn: @Anthony B…
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Join us as we delve into the world of culinary craftsmanship with Pablo Valencia, the mastermind behind "Scratching the Plate" from Tucson, Arizona. From dishwashing beginnings to the art of fire cooking, Pablo shares his journey rooted in family traditions and the power of food to evoke cherished memories. Discover the beauty of cooking with inten…
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Join Simon as he takes you on a culinary rollercoaster through his chef journey. From the highs of creating exquisite dishes in upscale clubs to the challenges of burnout and navigating the turbulent waters of the COVID-19 pandemic, Simon shares his candid experiences and lessons learned along the way. Discover the heartwarming stories, the intense…
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Join Nicky Tamberrino, aka 1classy_motherunner, on a special episode of the Maybe Running Will Help' podcast. In this episode, Nicky shares 50 affirmations designed to supercharge your confidence for that upcoming race. Whether you're a seasoned marathoner or just starting out, these affirmations will help you crush your goals and run with unbeatab…
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Join us as we delve into the remarkable journey of Chef Jared McCarroll, from his formative years in South Africa to the bustling kitchens of London, and finally to the tranquil shores of St. Bart's Ocean Club. Discover how loss, determination, and a deep love for hospitality shaped Chef Jared's path, leading him to create a culinary haven in one o…
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In this episode of Chef Journeys, Chef Simon is joined by Charlie Negrete, sharing a captivating tale of overcoming addiction, finding purpose in the culinary world, and working at Bracken's Kitchen to feed millions and teach others to work in the culinary world. Dive into Charlie's journey from chaos to calling, filled with raw honesty and inspiri…
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In this episode of Chef Journeys, host Simon Zatyrka sits down with the esteemed chef John Harris for a captivating exploration of his remarkable culinary career. From humble beginnings as a ski bum in Utah to his rise as an executive chef in Florida, John shares the twists and turns that shaped his 40-year journey in the world of food. With anecdo…
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Join Simon Zatyrka of Culinary Mechanic in this engaging conversation with Jason Balestrieri, a restaurant chef with a wealth of experience, who shares his journey from his humble beginnings as a teenager in Milwaukee to running his own restaurant, Cantinetta Luca. Jason initially developed a passion for food during family gatherings in his hometow…
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Join us in this episode as Chef Journeys takes an unexpected turn with guest Jensen Cummings, who has not only transcended the chef role but has ventured into the world of media and marketing. Jensen shares his captivating journey, starting from being the fifth consecutive generation of chefs in his family to navigating the restaurant industry's hi…
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Chef Simon reflects on the whirlwind years he spent cooking in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles, from the high-pressure kitchens of the Four Seasons to the celebrity-filled chaos of the Viceroy Hotel. He recounts his journey from a good cook to a decent manager, learning valuable lessons about leadership, stress, and the importance of knowing when to …
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Embark on a riveting episode of Chef Journeys as Simon, aka the Culinary Mechanic, steps into the spotlight to share the remarkable tale of his culinary expedition. From his humble beginnings as a 17-year-old garnish guy in a New Mexico restaurant to the chaos of running a beachfront eatery in Massachusetts, Simon takes you through the highs and lo…
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Join us in this captivating episode as Certified Master Chef Tom Griffiths shares the inspiring story of his culinary journey, from the glamorous kitchens of Le Cirque to the intense challenges of earning the prestigious Master Chef title. Discover the sacrifices, the passion, and the unwavering dedication that fueled his ascent to culinary greatne…
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In this captivating episode of Chef Journeys, host Simon Zatyrka is joined by the remarkable Gilda Sanchez Menick, an expert in the art of feeding crowds. From banquets to catering and grand events, Gilda shares her culinary journey, starting with childhood inspiration from her Salvadorian grandmother. The discussion delves into her culinary school…
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Welcome to Chef Journeys! In this episode, host Simon Zatyrka decodes the ethos of Culinary Mechanic, originally conceived in 2014 as a metaphor for restaurants as intricate machines requiring fine-tuning. Culinary Mechanic extends beyond physical components, encapsulating a mindset and philosophy emphasizing that the plate of food is a byproduct o…
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In this episode of Chef Journeys, host Simon Zatyrka explores the fascinating world of private chefs with guest Joe Oliveira, a seasoned private chef with a journey that spans the restaurant industry to private homes. Joe shares his introduction to the culinary world, starting as a busboy in Martha's Vineyard and gradually making his way through di…
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In this captivating episode of Chef Journeys, Simon Zatyrka engages in an insightful conversation with Chef Seth Fernald, the resident chef of Oxbow Farm and Conservation Center in Carnation, Washington. The episode unfolds as Seth shares the remarkable story of his culinary journey, from humble beginnings as a dishwasher to becoming a passionate a…
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Today I'm sharing with you my conversation with Kristen Watkins. She's is the Frederick, MD Store Lead at one of the Country's best running stores, Charm City Run. She's also a coach, runner and creative gift giver. Together we come up with some clever ideas for every kind of runner! In the episode, we start off talking about our best and worst gif…
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Jeff Humphrey is an ultra runner and running coach but the "old Jeff" was a binge eater, drinker and consumption connoisseur - as he puts it. At his heaviest he weighed 452 lbs but running helped him loose over 200 lbs, twice! He believes running can help pull us out of our darkest places, and that success means never giving up.His story teaches us…
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Ergonimics is an applied science concerned with designing and arranging things people use so that the people and things interact most efficiently and safely. Also called also human engineering, human factors engineering. (Oxford Languages) Today's episode features Dr. Delaine Fowler President of Accelerate Therapy and Performance. While her practic…
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Jeff Cunningham is one of the best running coaches in America coaching some of the top athletes in the country but what I love about him is that he recognizes all athletes and finds goals from completing your first marathon to qualifying to for the olympic trials worthy of his time and won’t let anyone tell him otherwise.In this episode we cover, w…
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Matt Johnson is a badass runner inspiring the community with his grit and determination. He's an athlete who talks the talk and consistently does what he says he’s going to do because that’s just who he is. Besides being a dope soul, Matt has an incredible list of achievements including his most recent finish at the Leadville 100. Oh, and he also h…
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In this podcast episode, 65 year old triathlete and marathon runner, Glenn Christenson, shares his story of starting running at a late age and how his fitness journey has inspired others to achieve incredible goals that they never thought would be possible. Listen in to learn how his story can motivate you. This episode is a tribute to all those br…
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The legend of Jack Kirk began one day in 1933 or 1934 on a steep slope called Steep Ravine in Marin County during the famous Dipsea Trail race...Amby Burfoot, winner of the 1968 Boston marathon and former editor in-chief at Runners World along with Peter Firmrite, former staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle help me tell this interesting sto…
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In this podcast episode, I'm exploring the topic of fitness and physical activity with Evan Slaughter - a fitness influencer with over 126K instagram followers who is known for his positivity and comedic content. The conversation leads us to the topic of self-compassion and caring less about what others think. We discuss whether going through diffi…
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Many of us start running skeptically but keep running moved by a new found belief in ourselves and others. We develop a spiritual connection to the sport and are inspired by each other. But what’s it like to be a highly sensitive person in a community that thrives on deeply emotional experiences? That’s unexpectedly what my guest, Jamie DePaola, an…
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Gene Dykes is a 75-year-old runner, well known for setting various records worldwide. At age 70 in 2018, he was the oldest person alive to break 3 hours. Last month, he broke 7 masters records in a single 12 hour race and this month has his sites on becoming the oldest finisher at the 2023 Western States 100.This ultra-geezer as he is affectionally…
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On todays episode we'll hear from pelvic health expert, Dr. Naomi Dillon. She has a doctorate degree in physical therapy and currently works at FX physical therapy in Hunt Valley, Maryland treating athletes including runners to help them advance their athleticism and recover from pain and injury. Get ready because we are talking about all that stuf…
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Today, I’m speaking with Elite Ultra Runner, Don Reichelt. He recently ran 250 miles in his longest run yet but it was his multi-record breaking 24 hour treadmill run that had me the most curious about his special kind of crazy! 😋In this episode we cover what makes people like Don capable of the hard to imagine and why they do it. We also hear his …
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Today I’m sharing with you my recent conversation with Gary Cantrell - aka Lazarus Lake, he’s also been called "evil genius," "The Leonardo da Vinci of pain," and "A master of sadomasochistic craft.” But he’ll describe himself as just an old hillbilly who lives in the woods. His races have developed an almost cult-like following and you can conside…
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Join me for this recent conversation with John Kelly aka Random Forrest Runner. He is one of the most respected competitors in the ultrarunning community. John is a two-time finisher of the infamous Barkley Marathons. One of only seventeen people to finish and one of only three people to finish more than once! In this conversation we discuss the me…
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Today's episode feature's Baltimore’s hottest running couple, DJ Impulse and the woman crushing miles and her hot girl era, Nora Rhodes. They consistently show up to races looking fly, setting personal records, and sharing it all with us through their productions on social media. I want to know how running together impacts their relationship and if…
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I found today’s guest through his books Quick Strength for Runners and Smart Marathon training but his first book was published in 2008 called “My first 100 Marathons: 2,260 Miles with an Obsessive Runner. And his latest book is called Ageless Strength: Strong and fit for a lifetime.It’s no wonder with all this material under his name, Jeff Horowit…
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Runner's are obsessed with food. Whether it's wondering what to eat when or simply dreaming about our next meal while we're on a run, our brains seem to have a one track mind and it's headed straight for the kitchen. On today's episode, I'm sharing my conversation with running dietician, Meghann Featherstun. She is a runner, fueling expert, and a m…
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Today, we’re talking to a rising running influencer from the UK. This is his first podcast in the United States and we’re so honored to share him, his story, and his humor with you today.Gary House makes a living as a running coach and his amusing style makes him a favorite in his town but he’s extended his reach over instagram with hilarious video…
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