Move. Together. A Twin Cities In Motion Podcast

The Oscars happened and they were boring. College basketball is awesome and March is our favorite month and this isn't recency bias. Tom Izzo back on the hot seat? (2:10-10:50) Whos back of the week in honor of Phil Mickelson including Lane Kiffin and B words(10:51-20:55). Chicago Bears GM Ryan Pace joins the show to talk about the combine, the draft, Bear Weather, is his hair too nice, and what does "the process" mean in Football (23:00-43:54). Segments include PR 101 for Josh Allen/Sam Darnold (46:32-49:11) Talking Soccer (49:12-50:35), Trouble in Paradise for JR Smith and the Cavs (50:36-53:51), Sabermetrics how many times would you punch yourself in the balls to draft Saquon Barkley (53:51-56:10), the debut of Hashtag Hyphy, and Hanks hot in the streets (56:11-1:00:35). 


Running for Good: Charity Runners Share Secrets of Running to Fundraise for a Cause

Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon Weekend runners raised more than a million dollars for charity in 2017 - by running on charity teams, undertaking individual fundraising efforts, or supporting Twin Cities In Motion's charity partners. 

In this episode, you'll meet two members of the Twin Cities charity running community: Dave Boese, a Plymouth resident who has singlehandedly raised more than $21,000 for a Mexican youth charity, and Brady Gervais, who leads Children's Minnesota's charity running program, Team Superstars.

Fundraising runners are vital members of the running community - they're people who make the greater community and the world a better place. Raising money for a cause close to one's heart isn't difficult, is deeply fulfilling, and makes what can seem like a selfish activity radiate good across the community and provide additional satisfaction.

Learn more about running for a cause at Twin Cities In Motion events at: 


Learn more about Children's Minnesota's Team Superstars at: 


Watch the charming good luck video the kids at Mazahua Valley Ministries made for Dave Boese: 

00:00:00 2/15/2018

Past Episodes

Move. Together. discusses heart health with experts from the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation. Despite a healthy, more active population, heart disease is still the #1 killer in the United States, and being a runner doesn't guarantee immunity.

We talk to Dr. Paul Sorajja, researcher at the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, Dr. Kris Fortman, CEO of the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation, and Dr. Bill Kotonias, Twin Cities-area dentist who is enjoying a healthy, active life again, thanks to a bioprosthetic heart valve treating his heart ailment.

The Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation is the presenting sponsor of the Valentine's Day TC 5K on February 10 at Lake Nokomis. Find out more about the run here:

Learn more about the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation here:
00:00:00 1/9/2018
In 2008, Dan Morse began a running program for clients at Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge, a Minneapolis-based drug and alcohol treatment center. In the years since, more than 700 men have participated in Morse's volunteer effort, meeting twice a week at 5 a.m. to run. Regular attendance is rewarded with opportunities to compete, and Teen Challenge runners regularly compete in and volunteer at Twin Cities In Motion events.

On this episode, Teen Challenge legal liaison and former client Kevin Joyce and Jeff Drexler, a current MnTC client, join Morse to talk about how running and Morse's program have helped them in their recovery from addiction.

Runner's World Story about Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge first marathoner:

MinnPost story on MnTC run club:

Learn more about MnTC:

Learn more about Twin Cities In Motion:
00:00:00 12/7/2017
Move. Together. goes back in time to talk about the 1977 U.S. Women's Marathon Championships held in St. Paul 40 years ago this fall. Race director Alex Boies, fifth-place finisher and top Minnesotan Jill Hanson, and freelance writer Sarah Barker talk about the historic race and describe the challenges faced by women and runners in general in the days when distance running was beginning to gain popularity in the culture.

Read Sarah Barker's Star Tribune story about the race:

Learn more about Twin Cities In Motion:
00:00:00 11/7/2017
KARE 11 Photojournalist Ben Garvin has been capturing iconic Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon finish line images since 2013. Mankato's Molly Ambrose finished her first marathon at this year's race, earning a finish line embrace from her mother-in-law and sister-in-law who finished with her. Ben made a striking photo of the moment. On the show, Ben and Molly share the stories of what it took -- as a photographer and a runner facing obstacles -- to make that image.

See the Ben Garvin finish line photo of Molly Ambrose, Kerri Ambrose and Jacquelyn Miller

Ben's 2017 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon photo gallery:

Ben's 2016 photo of Kerri Ambrose and Jacquelyn Miller:

Ben's 2014 Slow Motion Video from the finish line:

Ben's KARE 11 #WhyIRun video profiles for the 2016 marathon:

Learn more about Twin Cities In Motion:
00:00:00 10/18/2017
Nicole Peterson and the man who would become her husband ran the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon together in 2000. Their first date was their first training run together. Seventeen years later, and a little more than a year after she lost her husband Tim to a heart attack, Nicole will run the marathon again. This week's Move. Together., shares Nicoles moving story of love, loss, faith, hope, and gratitude.

Learn more about Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon Weekend:
00:00:00 9/26/2017
This week's Move. Together. episode shares expert advice as the countdown begins for 2017 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon Weekend. Whether you're running 5K or 26.2 miles, we've got insider tricks to make your race a great one. Are your kids running the TC Family Events? We've got kids tips, too!

Chris Lundstrom, coach of Team USA Minnesota, and Luke Corey, performance nutritionist for Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine, join Charlie to share knowledge about tapering, pacing, fueling, hydrating, and much more.

Learn more about Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon Weekend and Twin Cities In Motion:
00:00:00 9/19/2017
Move. Together. talks to Mackenzie L. Havey about her forthcoming book Mindful Running: How Meditative Running can Improve Performance and Make you a Happier, More Fulfilled Person.

Havey, who got her first exposure to distance running by spectating at the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon as a child, shares what she learned about mindful running practices from experts in the field and through her own experience as a runner.

Learn more about Mackenzies book:

Learn more about Twin Cities In Motion:
00:00:00 9/12/2017
The inaugural episode of Move. Together. examines the factors behind Minneapolis-St. Paul being named the #1 Fit City in America by the American College of Sports Medicine in its 10th annual American Fitness Index.

Dr. Bill Roberts (Twin Cities In Motion Medical Director), Heidi Keller-Miler (Life Time Run Regional Run Coordinator) and Kristin Shane (FlyFeet Running Founder) join Emily and Charlie to discuss why the Twin Cities are so fitness-minded, where improvements can be made and to celebrate the honor.

Learn more about the American Fitness Index:

Learn more about Twin Cities In Motion:
00:00:00 9/5/2017
Move Together is Twin Cities In Motion's podcast about running and fitness in Minneapolis-St. Paul and beyond. Emily Engberg and Charlie Mahler will welcome an array of guests with interesting stories, information, and insights about running, health, and fitness. We're excited to get moving!
00:00:00 8/16/2017

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