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Plant, Run, Family

Summary: A (more or less) weekly podcast about eating plants, running triathlons, and doing it all with and while raising a family.

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 Episode 40: Optimal eating, movement, and endurance with Mark Rogers | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode features an interview with Mark Rogers of Simply Human Lifestyle. He talks about the flu, orange glasses, college dorm rooms, optimal diets, and whether or not endurance athletes can reach optimal health. Be sure to check him and Rick out on the Simply Human Podcast.

 Episode 39: Let’s be honest | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

We're back! Stephen and Hollie take this episode to be (sometimes painfully) honest about fitness, food, and their family's changes since the last podcast. They talk specifically about New Year's resolutions, regaining fitness, and how to start when you feel overwhelmed.

 Episode 38: The Jules Gorham Interview | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This show features another interview by guest host B.J. Tucker. He gets a chance to visit with Canadian Triathlete Jules Gorham.  She is a high on life hockey Mom, nutrition-junkie, student, and fruit fuel triathlete. She is absolutely convinced that energy & happiness come from daily doses of good espresso, great friends, exercise & a […]

 Episode 35: Tom Barbieri and honest realizations | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode begins with Stephen talking about having some tough realizations about his health and training. The majority of the show, however, is spent with a great interview between B.J. Tucker and Tom Barbieri. Tom is married, a father and coach of 2 young boys, an accomplished endurance athlete (running, swimming and cycling) and a […]

 Episode 34: Let food by thy medicine with Lisa Mindel | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode features guest host B.J. Tucker and his interview is with Lisa Mindel – she is a mother of 4, a competitive triathlete, professional model, and a certified health coach. She is a vegan and has been helping others improve their health for most of her adult life. On the show we discussed several […]

 Episode 33: Fueling for endurance | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this show Stephen tackles the topic of how to fuel for endurance runs and races. He talks specifically about caloric needs based on distance and speed, how to train smarter, and how to ditch the sugary processed stuff and find plant-based food options. He mentions his blog for meal ideas, as well as Generation […]

 Episode 32: Chocolate milk and school lunches | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

B.J. Tucker joins back in for this episode to talk about his crusade to take the chocolate milk out of his kids’ public school lunches. The show naturally digresses to Stephen ranting about school lunch and what a crime it is against our children. Jamie Oliver’s TED talk about sugar in school lunch is discussed, […]

 Episode 31: Biohacking with Ben Greenfield | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Are you ready for a hit of SUPER INFORMATION? This episode is for that dork in all of us that loves biohacking your life. The one and only Ben Greenfield ( joins us to talk about short cuts, tricks, or cool ways to make yourself fitter, healthier, and everything in between. They cover standing while […]

 Episode 30: The weight-loss show, part 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

B.J. Tucker joins in again to continue a great conversation about fat loss. He and Stephen cover a lot of stuff, including motivations to lose weight, cheat-days, dining out and traveling, vegan foods to enjoy, cooking demonstrations to 2nd graders, and the evil that are Girl Scout Cookies. Finally, B.J. goes into detail about how […]

 Episode 29: The weight-loss show, part 1 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This show is all about weight loss. B.J. Tucker joins in as a great guest co-host to talk about what are things that do and don’t work for weight loss. Stephen and B.J. cover all sorts of things, including why starving yourself is a bad idea, why exercise is not a good way to lose […]

 Episode 28: Setting great goals | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this show Stephen recaps his recent surgery and how his recovery is going, gives some pregnancy updates, and talks about what to expect from the show in 2014. He then geeks out a bit and talks about what research tells us about setting the best, most reachable goals to make yourself successful.

 Episode 27: Big show announcement (X2) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This show is dedicated to a major show announcement. There are big changes coming to our family, and we are excited to have this show to share our journey. We talk a lot about how this announcement will impact nutrition, specifically Hollie’s. We also talk about iron, prenatal vitamins, and the impact of folic acid […]

 Episode 26: DON’T EAT MEAT, and Peter Flagg | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

This episode kicks off with controversy as Stephen and Hollie semi-rant about why all meat is not created equal, and why this means you probably shouldn’t be eating it. We then talk to Peter Flagg and get his thoughts on his 30 day vegan experiment. He talks about the good, the bad, and his future […]

 Episode 25: Halloween, protein powders, and recovery food | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this show we take on some listener questions, starting with our approach on Halloween candy and how we handle that with our kids. We then talk about vegan protein powders, specifically hemp vs. pea protein. The question of recovery foods is answered, and finally we wrap up with talking about how to combat acne […]

 Episode 24: Mark Rogers and Simply Human Lifestyle | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

In this episode we talk to Mark Rogers, founder of and the Simply Human Podcast. He talks about his goal of helping people live like humans are supposed to live. This interview contains some good stuff about feeding kids “human food” and how to do this whole health and nutrition thing from a family […]


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