play your own game... ft 2016 olympian colleen quigley
4 the Love of Sport
Meet Team USA Olympic athlete Colleen Quigley aka Steeple Squigs! Colleen is a professional runner who lives and trains in Portland, Oregon. In the past year she has made big, courageous, life changing decisions which she believes is going to give HER the best chances of success. She is an incredible athlete and role model who has set a perfect example of 'playing your own game'. This also applies to life not just sport. Hope you enjoy the episode and perhaps afterwards you may feel inspired to 'play your own game' too! :)
209. How Olympian Colleen Quigley is Coming Back Strong from Injury
The Strength Running Podcast
Colleen Quigley, one of the most dominant steeplechasers in American history, has represented the US at the World Championships and Olympics, won the 2019 indoor mile national championships, and she’s hungrier than ever to get back to training and top form. In this episode, we’re discussing her months long foot injury and what she’s doing to properly diagnose it, treat it, and get back to top form. Colleen is tough as nails, honest, vulnerable, and so positive about her comeback. I know that will rub off on you, too. You can hear her top injury prevention tips (along with 4 other world-class runners) in Episode 160 here. And don't miss 9 pro athletes' best recovery advice here. Thank You InsideTracker! Our show is supported by our longtime sponsor InsideTracker. Today, more than ever, it’s essential that we’re making the right decisions to keep our bodies healthy. To help us be resilient, prevent over-training, and optimize our running to get the most from it. InsideTracker is the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood and DNA biomarkers along with your lifestyle habits to help you optimize your body and reach your goals. InsideTracker’s patented system will transform your body’s data into knowledge, insights, and a customized action plan of science-backed recommendations. The data can help you determine whether you’re running too much, not enough, or have some other issues that could be affecting your recovery or performance. I’ve had my own blood drawn with InsideTracker several times and have been amazed at the valuable information that they provide. Not only are the results very detailed, but they also share guidance for how to improve any markers that are out of range. If you’re ready to take control of your health and optimize your training, InsideTracker offers a selection of plans that best suit your needs with a limited time 25% discount.
Pro Runner Colleen Quigley on Finding Your Path, Managing Injury, and Understanding Your Values
Colleen Quigley says she never dreamed of being an Olympian, but when she started running in high school, she found herself on a path that would make her one of America’s top track and field athletes. Colleen joins the WHOOP Podcast to share her journey to the top of her sport, and what she’s learned about herself along the way. She also details her struggles with injuries and how mindset is an important tool in overcoming physical setbacks. She discusses getting into running late (2:50), overtraining (9:39), how her parents set her on a path to success (13:48), dealing with setbacks (17:43), injuries (20:20), meditation (25:33), tracking habits (34:17), using WHOOP (36:18), sleep consistency (39:09), body image in running (44:37), weight and nutrition (46:14), who inspires her (48:25).Support the show (http://whoop.com)
Carrie welcomes Olympian Colleen Quigley back to the show! They talk about her new sponsorship with Lululemon, the business side of running, what it’s like to go on her own, dealing with the ups and downs of an Olympic year, running incredibly well during a global pandemic, and much more!
Ep 16.5 - Colleen Quigley - Olympic Runner and Model IRL
Montgomery & Co.
Remotely 1 on 1 - Renee goes 1 on 1 with Colleen Quigley - Olympic Runner and Model IRLProduced by the Heartlent Group - https://www.heartlent.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#HURDLEMOMENT: 5 Different Types of Runs to Add to Your Routine With Colleen Quigley
Base pace. Long. Tempo. Intervals. Recovery. If you’re new to running or a veteran at this point, all of these have a place in your routine, regardless of your overall goals. For today’s installment of #HURDLEMOMENT, I’m breaking it all down with Colleen Quigley, Olympian and professional runner. We talk about the specifics on each, what your Rate of Perceived Exertion (RPE) should be mid-stride, and how often you should be incorporating them throughout a typical week. Plus: We reveal our favorites and Colleen gives us an update on what she’s up to now that she’s left the Bowerman Track Club. SOCIAL @steeple_squigs @emilyabbate @hurdlepodcast OFFERS Goodr | Head on over to Goodr.com/Hurdle and use code "HURDLE" for $10 off your order. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE 30. Colleen Quigley, Pro Runner, Olympian UPCOMING Book Club! We’ll be reading The Art of Gathering, and I’ll announce a date in the coming weeks for our April Zoom meet-up. To sign up to be kept in the Hurdle book club loop, click here. JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP SIGN UP: Weekly Hurdle Newsletter CHECK OUT: HURDLE SESSIONS All past Sessions are now available on the Hurdle website. NEWLY LAUNCHED: Goal Setting Workshop --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message
Ep17 - #FastBraidFriday with Colleen Quigley and Pie
Beer Mile Podcast
The Beer Mile boys join Colleen Quigley and her dog, Pie, in Flagstaff during her altitude training camp. They come bearing gifts for both Pie and Colleen, and Adam shows off his braiding skills in this edition of #FastBraidFriday. They also discuss how training is going for Colleen, her modeling career, her running goals for the next few years, and a whole lot more. Watch the video version of this episode: https://youtu.be/khm-0yeDcNc - Treat yourself to a new Garmin watch, the best running GPS watches in the game - Support the show so we can continue to bring on top-notch guests: https://anchor.fm/beer-mile-media/support - Follow Colleen Quigley @steeple_squigs and Pie @myfavoritepie on Instagram Video Version Watch the video version of the podcast for extra entertainment on the Beer Mile Media YouTube Channel For Good Samaritans If you're digging the podcast, show us some love by liking, commenting, and subscribing to our YouTube channel linked above. If you are feeling extra generous, share it with a few friends and head over to Apple Podcasts to rate and review the show to help us grow and bring in top-notch guests: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beer-mile-podcast/id1535570203 Drop Us A Line Leave us a voice message and we will include it on the show: https://anchor.fm/beer-mile-media/message Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, comments, and show ideas. Social Follow Beer Mile Media on Instagram Follow Beer Mile Media on Facebook Follow Beer Mile Media on Twitter Follow Chris on Strava Follow Chris on Instagram Follow Adam on Instagram Follow Adam on Twitter Gear GoPro MAX 360 GoPro Hero 8 Black Tascam DR-40X Audio Recorder Comica BoomX-D2 Wireless Lavalier Mics Behringer Microphones Microphone: Blue Snowball Mic Green Screen: LinoStudio Green Screen Video/Audio Editing: Adobe Premiere Pro Brought to you by: beermile.com The Beer Mile Podcast is co-hosted by Chuggernauts Chris Robertson and Adam Shurson. Chris is a Beer Mile World Champion and Record Holder and Adam is the engineer extraordinaire behind the upcoming beermile.com website refresh. Note: As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beer-mile-media/support
OVER THE PAST SEVERAL years, U.S. Olympian Colleen Quigley has completely revamped her training to focus more on her mental fitness. With the postponement of the 2020 games, she's using her mental fortitude to transform a set-back into an opportunity.
Colleen Quigley: A Legacy of Creating Community and Acceptance - R4R 210
The Running for Real Podcast
How have the interactions with others influenced your life? This is an impossible question to answer. Even for someone that feels extremely introverted, anti-social, and loves the idea of off-the-grid, your life is shaped by the people that have been in it. This is not a bad thing really, it’s just how our species functions. There are pros and cons that come with the natural tendencies of human nature and relationships. The great cities humans have built could not be done individually. Of course, the great destructions also come at the hand of collective effort. The goal then is to harness the good of community, and work to lessen the negatives. Today’s episode circled around the various communities we are a part of. Our guest, Colleen Quigley, has been an influential presence on social media for the last several years, becoming more and more well known as an elite runner. She makes up one of the 11 Bowerman Babes and competed in the 2016 Olympic games. Early Competitions Colleen didn’t dream of competing in the Olympics when she was younger. In fact, she didn’t like competition very much in general. She loved dancing, but didn’t like the dance competitions. Colleen is definitely a competitor today, but she feeds off the enjoyment of the event, not necessarily off the competition itself. For younger athletes, or for those new to a competitive sport like running, there appears to be a lot of pressure. Outside influence can make anyone feel nervous about public performances, and when you are new to something, every event carries more weight. You simply don’t have enough experiences under your belt to feel relaxed about the current one. While it’s okay to be serious about what you are training for, don’t let the seriousness of it dominate your feelings. Colleen suggests trying to focus on play and enjoyment. Running is a lot of things: serious, tiring, therapeutic, fun, exhilarating, etc. You get to choose which parts of it to focus on. Remember that one bad day doesn’t define who you are, but neither does one good day. Collect as many positive thought moments as you can to shape what running is to you. Finding Motivation Competing on a world stage has given Colleen many opportunities to develop and find the motivation that has pushed her to the top. Running with the other Bowerman Babes and a solid group of collegiate athletes has definitely played a big part. She says that when she is able to run with a group of people, bad days aren’t as bad because she can find someone to keep her motivated. When we surround ourselves with others that have similar objectives, we move each other along. Finding someone or a group of people that motivate and inspire you, but don’t unnecessarily pressure you is worth it. If you haven’t found that group yet, keep looking, they are out there. Colleen also finds motivation in pondering on the great opportunities she has. We get to run; we don’t have to. Going through injuries is something that has cemented that idea for Colleen. When you don’t get to run, you’d do anything to run, even in the worst weather. However, it can be difficult to remember that we get to run. Somedays you simply just want to lie in bed and forget about it. A good way to remind yourself of your opportunities is to journal. Rereading your journal during unmotivating times is a great way to see how far you’ve come and remember why you want to get out of bed! Be an Active Contributor It is becoming increasingly easier to be a passive consumer of social media. The apps and websites we use are strategically made to keep us there scrolling, clicking and watching. Don’t feel awful about your struggle to limit your time—it’s not easy for anyone. However, make sure you are using the tools that exist to limit your passive consumption. Using time tracking apps, having others keep you honest about your time spent online, or making sure to comment and post as much as you scroll will help make the social media experience more positive. Take advantage of the great people around you, and build up those you can. We are very lucky to have such a supporting group of humans to create great things. Let’s do it the right way! Resources: Colleen on Instagram Colleen on Twitter The Social Dilemma Protect Our Winters Brene Brown on Instagram Clare Gallagher First Interview RFR Clare Gallagher Second Interview RFR Thank you to my wonderful sponsor Tracksmith, Momentous, and Run Mitts for sponsoring this episode of the Running for Real Podcast. Tracksmith is a Boston based running clothing company that truly cares about the quality and care of their running clothes. Running can be a demanding lifestyle for our clothes, they definitely go through the wear and tear to where we may be purchasing new clothes constantly. Tracksmith designers truly work with the finest materials and think of you as a runner in mind with spots for your keys, phone, and fuel. Not to mention they have their fall collection out! You can also go here to check out my favorites! You can get $15 off your purchase of $75 or more, click here and enter code FORREAL15. Here is a brand new sponsor, Momentous and I’m excited to start this relationship with them. This week I want to highlight Collagen, vitamin C is a necessary co-factor in collagen synthesis, and the consumption of vitamin C alongside collagen peptides has been shown to increase the effectiveness of collagen supplements. Use Momentous Collagen Peptides daily for long-term joint health, resilience against injury, and faster return to play. Most popular ways to use are in a smoothie or with your morning coffee! It mixes in super easily and is totally unflavored. Most products claim to be “unflavored” but still carry a strong scent of their source, be it bovine-hide or marine collagen. Ew. Go here and use code TINA for 25% off. The black owned business for this week features Susan Clayton of White Paws Run Mitts., They carry primarily the running hand mitts as well as face masks for runners. Which has been rated one of the best face masks for runners. There are 9 colors available for the face masks, and are comfortable, water resistant, have reflective strips, and made right in Baltimore. So go and check out their website here to learn more about this great product. Thanks for listening! I hope you enjoyed today's episode. To share your thoughts: Leave a note in the comment section below. Join the Running for Real Facebook Group and share your thoughts on the episode (or future guests you would like to hear from) Share this show on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest. To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews will really help me climb up the iTunes rankings and I promise, I read every single one. Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe, you can find out here. Thank you to Colleen, I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the show.
Olympic Athlete Colleen Quigley on Pushing Your Boundaries and Embracing Change
The Gabby Reece Show
You want to feel good? Listen to today's show with U.S. Olympic 3000 meter steeplechase runner Colleen Quigley. Her willingness to explore the possibilities of her life and take a chance are infectious. To look at her is to think it must be so easy. She's intelligent, beautiful, athletic, talented and comes from a nice family. Would you want to run 70 miles a week and have only two weeks off a year? How about picking up a new discipline in your sport that you had never even tried until your Freshman year at Florida State? What about dealing with injury, long distance love, and pushing your second Olympics back a year? All I can say is if we all approached life the way Colleen does we would have very few regrets. Enjoy! Show Sponsors Go to Getbeast.com and use the code Gabby at checkout to get _20_% off your next order. Go to hellorory.com/GABBY to try out nightly defense for just $5. It’s free to chat with the doctor, and your first order is just $5! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices