Running is the one thing that we all like talking about. Every week on the award winning Women’s Running podcast, we talk all things running, women, health and fitness with our own brand of happy, irreverent chat. Esther and Holly talk through their training highs and lows, and all the bits and pieces in-between. Every so often, we invite an expert to join us to help us figure out the confusing worlds of training, recovery, nutrition, health and more. And sometimes we get to talk to an incredible woman from the world of running, from Anna McNuff to Paula Radcliffe, Susie Chan to Nicky Spinks. So why do we do it? Because we realised that most of the running podcasts we listened to were full of blokes waffling on about quads and cadence (and we realised that we can do that perfectly well ourselves, thank you very much). Right here, we talk about all the things that affect us when we step out the door: sexism, hormones, menopause, food, pelvic floors, relationships, mental health, seagull... more
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Welcome to episode 163 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. We are both firmly average runners who don’t take life, or running, too seriously. On this podcast we talk about health, politi... more
Welcome to episode 162 of the Women’s Running Podcast. Your hosts Esther Newman and Holly Taylor are both firmly average runners who don’t take life, or running, too seriously. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we a... more
In this episode, we talk about September stresses and, forgive us, but we’re already chatting about Christmas. Esther has a race report, as she ran the New Forest half marathon at the weekend. We chat about what it’s like to run a smaller race – comp... more
It is like having a running group chat when you are running on your own. I appreciate the honest talk about women’s health and running. The running talk is solid and it touches on a lot of areas that I don’t hear on other podcast. The hosts are wonderful. Ester has run for a while and brings up so many things that affect seasoned runners. It has been so fun to follow Holly as she develops her running. Both hosts are honest, vulnerable, and extremely interesting. There is also a solid dose of yo... more
This has fast become my new favourite podcast. Feels like I’ve got to know Esther and Holly over a few episodes and now look forward to catching up with them each week.
Esther and Holly, you rock! I have just binge listened to all the episodes and I am finally up to speed with you guys. more
Started listening to this wonderful podcast a year ago when I started training. Best enjoyed during a long run, as they can make the hard slog joyful and filled with laughs. It’s like running with your mates. Good mix of technical talk and real life talk for everyday runners.
The most relatable running podcast I’ve found - great balance of running chat and general natterings.
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