Chili and Mimosas

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This dynamic conversation with ultra marathoner, Dean Karnazes is not to be missed. Alisha and Colleen talk to Dean about what it's like to run Ragnar straight through, alone, and order a pizza to the course. Among so many other things.
Alisha and Colleen talk to author and runner Ira Rainey. He tells of how he went from unfit to an ultra runner. And hear all about how Alisha has tried an awesome new running program!
Author Lee Wolfe Blum joins Alisha and Colleen for a brave conversation about confidence, being a woman, and building each other up. And this is where you hear what happened the night that Dax Shepard responded to Alisha's tweet.
Alisha and Colleen check in with MN native Jack Jablonski who updates them on life since his life altering incident during a high school hockey game that found him paralyzed.
Have you ever wondered what the perfect gift would be for someone who is going through a tough time? Something that says, "I've got your back, I'm in your corner." Dawn Reding took that question, and figured out the perfect thing. Alisha and Colleen talk to Dawn Reding of Gloves Up.
Are you kidding? How did this even happen? Alisha and Colleen somehow got THE one and only Dax Shepard THE ARMCHAIR EXPERT HIMSELF to talk on the podcast!
When Allison Offerman lost her own father to suicide, part of her healing included working a crisis hotline. That is where she learned that people in crisis are facing barriers to good health. After identifying those barriers, she found a positive way to meet the needs. Oh, AND she's an amazing running coach. Alisha and Colleen cook up a great idea with her!
Alisha and Colleen talk with Amy Tatnell. An amazing woman with a unique life that has forced her to figure out how to put herself first so she can be there for others. This vibrant conversation will appeal to women and moms who find themselves forgetting to take care of their very own needs while they are so busy with the needs of others.
Alisha and Colleen talk to an amazing woman who chronicles her journey to fitness on her blog, Getting Fit to Find Myself. Hear Missy Boeser talk about her amazing journey to running and weight loss, her hurdle after a TBI, and back to running in this dynamic conversation. Also, Ty Pennington. Lots of talk about perky Ty Pennington.
Alisha and Colleen talk to a woman who has had the most amazing journey back to the ice as a hockey player who has found her way to her true self. It's an inspiring story you won't want to miss!
Alisha and Colleen check in with former KARE11 anchor Roxanne Battle. Minnesotans will remember her from her days in TV news, but what she wasn't sharing at the time was the struggles she was experiencing in her personal life. She talks to Alisha and Colleen about how through those struggles, she found pockets of joy, and how that experience brought her to the book she authored, Pockets of Joy.
Alisha and Colleen talk to a wonderful Exercise Psychologist and Athlete about how to get out of your own way when it comes specifically to running, but these principles apply to life in all forms. Dr. Simon Marshall joins the podcast in this dynamic episode of Chili & Mimosas.
Alisha and Colleen talk to a brother and sister duo who are focusing on the FAMILY! Find out how Jake and Nicole and their families are revolutionizing the way we discuss, display, and prioritize our physical and mental health with their web community Villeau. (Also, find out what Villeau means!)
Alisha and Colleen have a chat with J Caleb Perkins (he just goes by Caleb, and he’s not related to Alisha, one of these things they knew, and one of these things they learned during their chat.) Find out why the new podcast name, what it means, and learn all about the Remedy Network, the organization run by this amazing millennial, Caleb… or J Caleb… but his friends call him Caleb.
Part 1 of 2: Alisha and Colleen have a revealing conversation with former NBA player, Royce White. He speaks about his experience with the NBA and how they handled (or mishandled) his anxiety diagnosis. This is a two part podcast you won't want to miss. Dealing directly with the stigma of his mental illness, Royce White conquered multiple hurdles, but ultimately moved on from an organization that chose not to understand that mental illness is a real health issue.
Part 2 of 2: Alisha and Colleen have a revealing conversation with former NBA player, Royce White. He speaks about his experience with the NBA and how they handled (or mishandled) his anxiety diagnosis. This is a two part podcast you won't want to miss. Dealing directly with the stigma of his mental illness, Royce White conquered multiple hurdles, but ultimately moved on from an organization that chose not to understand that mental illness is a real health issue.
Alisha and Colleen talk to Dawn Bryant from Bodies By Burgoon about her personal transformation and weight loss that lead to an appearance in People Magazine!
Alisha and Colleen talk to the legendary Dick Beardsley. Dick shares stories of marathons, addiction, loss, and finding his way back home.
Alisha and Colleen have a chat with Amy Keller Laird. She is the Editor In Chief of Women's Health Magazine. The ladies talk about how Women's Health Magazine, and Amy herself have sought to bust the mental health stigma.
You don't want to miss this conversation with Kelly Heron. Hear her tell her harrowing story of being attacked on a training run, and how she put her life back together step by step.
Alisha and Colleen talk to Mackenzie Havey. She is the author of the book "Mindful Running."
Alisha and Colleen talk with Danielle Hark about how photography has helped her and others to process and cope with mental illness. ALSO: FIND OUT ABOUT THE SCREENING OF 'ANGST' HOSTED BY CHILI & MIMOSAS!!!
Alisha and Colleen talk with professional runner Gabe Grunewald. She shares her harrowing story of cancer and recovery, and how running keeps her grounded.
Alisha and Colleen talk with Author Dyane Harwood. She tells her story of learning that she had postpartum bipolar disorder and how she has learned different strategies to thrive with her diagnosis.
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Podcast Details

Created by
PodcastOne / Hubbard Radio
Podcast Status
Hiatus/Finished
Started
May 25th, 2016
Latest Episode
Jul 12th, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
56
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic

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