Carrie chats with Mike Wardian! Mike is an accomplished runner with several USATF championships and ultramarathon victories under his belt, and recently, he ran across the United States in 62 days while raising more than $100,000 for World Vision! In this episode, they discuss his journey, how he organized it, dealing with issues on the run, why he puts himself through these runs, what’s next on his plate, and much more!
Recorded July 7, 2022
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I’m a husband, father, international ship broker, coach, race director and lover of endurance and travel. I race between 30-50 events each year in all distances, from one mile up to 150 miles. I love to meet people and experience new places, foods and cultures. I love running for the lack of thought, but also the deep thoughts you can have. Running allows my body and mind to flow freely and I usually think about nothing and everything at the same time. There is no order or structure to my thoughts during a run and I love that can just be in the run and not worry about what I need to do or where I need to be. It’s so relaxing to just be mindful of what I am doing and what my body is feeling.
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