In this episode, I have the honor of chatting with pro runner, running coach, writer and innovator, body image activist, nutritionist, and dog mom, Allie Kieffer. We chat all about runner's identity, body image, self talk, social media, and the environment in the running space of today. Check out my Runner Roadmap Course at: https://www.fitcookienutrition.com/roadmap and use code FCNPODCAST for 10% off Follow me on Instagram @fitcookienutrition https://www.instagram.com/fitcookienutrition/
Allie Kieffer @kiefferallie graced us with her presence to talk about her life as a runner, coaching, her goals for the future in running and ways she plans to help runners and her message to runners about being #strongnoskinny aka aim to be the healthiest version of yourself, not work to fit in or match someone’s expection of what you should look like..We obviously had to talk about her experiences at the 2017 and 2018 @nycmarathon !! That 2017 race was something special for sure!.Make sure to follow @kiefferallie , check out her new show (podcast) and follow along as she prepares for future races and crushing her goals! SOUND DIFFICULTIES CLEAR UP AFTER ABOUT 8-10 MINS. CHECK OUT VIDEO ON CHIP TIME RUNNING INSTAGRAM PAGE.
Episode 155: Allie Kieffer Updates on Racing, Training, Coaching, Goal-Setting, and More!
Strong Runner Chick Radio
Questions we ask Allie include: -Since we last chatted (back in 2018!), what has changed and any notable updates from this past year, in particular? -How has COVID impacted your training/racing/team? -Changing coaches and teams, and what Allie has learned along the way -Body image, and the role she has played in speaking out about this -- what have you seen change in this space, if at all, in the past few years? -Where is there still room for us to change as a running community? -Olympic Marathon Trials experience and the road leading up to it -Getting into coaching and what that has been like -Allie's work with Elite Feats and more about the organization -What is next for Allie and where she hopes to take things Second half on IG Live! Tune into our second half of this episode over on Instagram @strongrunchicks, where you'll hear us dive into listener Q&A, including Allie's training and goal-setting process! You can connect with Allie at @kiefferallie or https://www.allieland.com/. Special Shoutout to FEM Protein Powder for sponsoring this episode. Save 15% on your order with code "STRONGRUNNERCHICKS." In addition, join us for an upcoming Trail Running Women Summit with CHASKI Endurance over at https://www.chaski.run/running-women-virtual. Save 30% off with code "antisana"!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/strong-runner-chicks/support
This week on The Drop, BITR's Thomas, Robbe and Meghan break down two new bangers of shoes that they are loving: the ASICS Gel-Nimbus 23 and the HOKA One One Mach 4 (10:38). Then, Thomas and Meg chat with Allie Kieffer, an elite runner, coach and dog mom (20:25). They talk about the bonuses and setbacks of being a sponsored runner, as well as how she has rediscovered her love for the sport. Finally, the BITR crew gives you a taste of what's to come in January 2021: Winter GRIT (1:12:00). Instagram: @kiefferallie Check out the best deal on InsideTracker: https://info.insidetracker.com/earlyaccess
Bonus Episode! Episode 46: The Times Don't Own You: A Conversation with Allie Kieffer
Run Farther & Faster — The Podcast with Coaches Lisa Levin and Julie Sapper
What a treat to talk with one of our very favorite professional runners, Allie Kieffer! We decided to release this as a bonus episode on Wednesday because who couldn't use a little Allie advice during quarantine? We want to apologize for the audio in our voices (not Allie's). We had some technical issues with our Zoom audio while recording, and with some of our questions, you'll hear an echo. Bear with our voices because Allie's is loud and clear.Some background about Allie:A native of West Islip, New York, Allie ran for Wake Forest University and Arizona State before running professionally in 2010. Following a hiatus, Allie returned to professional running after placing fifth at the 2017 NYC Marathon in 2:29:39 and signing with Oiselle and Asics. Since then, Allie has become a role model for runners with her unique approach to running, training and life. Her transparency and empathy comes through in this interview during which she discusses how she approaches her coaching, personal obstacles, and the pressures that she has encountered as a professional athlete, including in the social media arena. Now residing in Austin, Texas, Allie is not only a talented runner, but she is a talented coach and shares some of her tips for approaching training during the pandemic.Allie can be found on all social media platforms:Instagram: @KiefferallieTwitter: @AlliekiefferInformation on Run Farther & Faster's private virtual coaching:runfartherandfaster.comSocial Media Handles:Instagram: @runfartherandfasterFacebook: Run Farther & FasterTwitter: @RunfartherfastPlease leave a review on iTunes and thank you for listening!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/runfartherandfaster/message
Carrie welcomes Allie Kieffer back to the show! They talk about her previous year of training and racing, her pacing duties for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, and they talk about the downs (and ups) of injuries and keeping contracts.
In this interview, I chat with Allie Kieffer (@kiefferallie) in studio who is currently training in Austin. Allie needs no introduction as she has recently finished 5th and 7th at NYC with a 2:28 marathon PR. In this episode, we talk about her reactions to the Boston Marathon, overcoming injury, her rise in the sport, leaving her coach Brad Hudson, and much more. If you aren't inspired by Allie, then something is wrong! Thanks to her for being so willing to open up and share in a real/raw way. Also, for those interested in the Houston goal-setting event, here are the details: https://www.facebook.com/events/381732542681281/
35: Why Fit the Mold When You’re Winning the Race? w/ Allie Kieffer
The Cannonball Mindset
People told her she didn’t fit the mold. A teacher in high school noted that Allie must have quite the engine “to move all that weight.” She also came from a divorced family of alcoholics, her sister passed away Allie’s junior year of college, and then she suffered a major injury. None of that kept her from placing 5th in the New York City marathon in 2017, with a time of 2:29:39. I interviewed her for the Cannonball Mindset podcast, and here’s what she had to say about never giving up, checking the boxes, and winning the race:
2. Allie Kieffer: Body Positivity and Staying Authentic
For The Long Run
Allie Kieffer is a professional runner for Oiselle and Asics, We talked about how she got into the sport, how she briefly got out of it and then back in again. Allie shared her passion for body positivity, and we talked about trends in social media and the requirements of being an athlete in today's day and age, and much more. Find Allie on Twitter at @AllieKieffer and Instagram at @KiefferAllie
Allie Kieffer shares how “ I don’t run fast because I am lighter. I ran fast because I am stronger” on PHIT for a Queen.
Phit for a Queen: A Female Athlete Podcast
Allie Kieffer shares how “ I don’t run fast because I am lighter. I ran fast because I am stronger” on PHIT for a Queen. Running was her way to escape her environment From a young age had others label her as “different” when it comes to the typical running body. How strong can I be to get through this marathon Lean on your strength If I don’t properly eat I can’t then recover to keep up my running. If my life was just about running it wouldn’t be very worthwhile. Hey, I am going to prove you wrong that I don’t need to change my body to perform my best. Have fun and be exposed to more than just one sport Focus on a growth mindset that focuses on did you try hard, did you have found and look more at the process. Congratulations to Allie on her “practice” half that she ended up winning at The Rock and Roll half marathon. Where you can follow Allie: https://alliekiefferdotcom.wordpress.com/results/ Twitter-@AllieKieffer IG- @kiefferallie