MOTHERHOOD IN FOCUS: Stephanie Bruce On Humility & The Importance Of A Stellar Support System
Leading up to Mother's Day, I'm chatting with six extraordinary women. Some moms. Some not. But, each has a story to tell, forever shaped by the women that came before them. Ten years. That's how long Steph Bruce has been chasing her Olympic dreams. During that time, she had two sons within a 15-month period (not planned), has dealt with injuries, launched a successful business (what's up, Picky Bars), and so much more. In today's episode, she explains how — how she's stayed so steadfast on her goals, how she's recovered after a difficult labor while managing diastasis recti, and how proud she is of the children she's raising. She also confesses a shameful moment, and unpacks the importance of a great support system, believing in yourself, and working with people (and companies) that believe in your big potential. SOCIAL @stephrothstein @naz_elite @pickybars @hurdlepodcast @emilyabbate REGISTER So, You Want to Run a Marathon?, May 17 @ 7:30 p.m. ET Mid-Year Reset, May 11 @ 7:00 p.m. ET OFFER Picky Bars | Get 20 percent off any $25 order or more at PickyBars.com/Hurdle JOIN: THE *Secret* FACEBOOK GROUP SIGN UP: Weekly Hurdle Newsletter ASK ME A QUESTION: Leave me a voice message, ask me a question, and it could be featured in an upcoming episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hurdle/message
BITR's Thomas and Meaghan discuss the Skechers Razor Elite (3:02) and the HOKA One One Rocket X (5:07) before previewing the upcoming London Marathon (8:00). Then, they interview Stephanie Bruce, NAZ Elite athlete, and Michael McManus, Global Sports Marketing Director at HOKA, about the Rocket X and HOKA's partnership with the Northern Arizona Elite running team (10:40). Finally, BITR's own Adrienne Langelier explains how to move past failure (50:09).
Do you need a way to summarize Stephanie Bruce? Here it is: Bad A** Runner, Bad A** Business woman and Bad A** Mom. Stephanie Bruce recently finished 6th in the Olympic Trials for the Marathon in February. Fast forward a few months, she ran a personal best of 31:34 in the 10,000m. From being a mother of two boys to handling the Sit and Kick boys in the Banter Bowl. Stephanie Bruce knows how to deal with toddlers. Tons of knowledge, insight and entertainment offered in this episode. Kids get into Harvard or Olympic Gold for yourself? Who wins in a half marathon? Road Racing or Track Racing?
Fleet Feet Happy Hour with Stephanie Bruce - HOKA NAZ Elite
Fleet Feet Happy Hour
Stephanie Bruce, HOKA One One NAZ elite long-distance runner, mother, Picky Bar co-founder, and winner of the 2018 AJC Peachtree Road Race 10K (32:31) joins the Fleet Feet Happy Hour hosted by Dave Zimmer and the Fleet Feet Racing Team.
Stephanie Bruce is one of the most accomplished U.S. distance runners and at the forefront of a new era in professional sports. In this episode, Stephanie takes a deep dive into how and why she embraced taking a leading role in the media side of her profession. This is the new reality of being a successful pro runner. Stephanie, and her HOKA NAZ Elite team, do it better than most. We also talk about her recent Olympic Marathon Trials experience and what the future holds. Sponsors: Previnex is a supplement brand that I trust, use, and have greatly benefited from. They source the highest quality ingredients in the most clinically effective and beneficial forms. Previnex manufactures to the highest standards possible, testing every ingredient, every step of production and every finished product. Visit www.previnex.com and use coupon code Runner15 to save 15% on your first order. This episode is brought to you by Four Sigmatic, a wellness company that mixes mushrooms and adaptogens with coffee, cacao, latte, protein powder. They have a special offer for the Rambling Runner audience. Receive 15% off your Four Sigmatic order. Just go to www.foursigmatic.com/RAMBLINGRUNNER or enter code RAMBLINGRUNNER at checkout. Follow Matt: Instagram - @rambling_runner Twitter - @rambling_runner Rambling Runner Run Club on Strava Newsletter Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Amidst the chaos and craziness of quarantine, we are bringing you guests and experts that are sharing stories and tips on resiliency. Today we talk with Stephanie Bruce, one of America’s most popular female distance runners. Her vulnerability and open approach to social media has made her a role model and inspiration to runners and moms everywhere. In this episode, Stephanie shares how she learned to live unapologetically as herself and how losing her dad at a pivotal age encouraged her to dream big and set audacious goals.
Stephanie Bruce: National Champion, Entrepreneur, Advocate & Mother
Run Local Pod
Josh and J.T. speak to national champion, entrepreneur, advocate, and mother of two (three if you count husband Ben), Stephanie Bruce. She races for HOKA ONE ONE Northern Arizona Elite and Bruce's open approach to sharing her life on and off the trails has made her one of the most inspirational figures in the sport. Bruce was recently 6th at the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials and chats resilience and humor in the age of COVID-19.Music by Jose Pena (29min. 10K guy at San Jose State!) & our Mariachi bands during the Mariachi Mile at the 408k 'Race to the Row' brought to you by Amazon.Run Local has launched an iOS Sticker Pack!Share your story using #RUNLOCAL #RUNLOCALSTORIESFollow Stephanie BruceHOKA ONE ONE NAZ Elite BioInstagramTwitterFacebookWebsite
Episode #34: Stephanie Bruce, 2:29 Marathoner and US 10K Road Champion
Clean Sport Collective
In this episode, we stay with team NAZ Elite and interview Stephanie (Steph) Bruce. Not all superheroes wear capes and Steph Bruce is an example of that. You already know that she is fast (at both the marathon and 10K distances), but did you know that she's also a running coach, co-founder of Picky Bars, mom of two, and of course, advocate for women in sport and clean sport. In this interview, Shanna and Chris interview Steph, and we cover a wide range of topics. She discusses her running journey including the gut-wrenching turning point that transformed her from disinterested high school runner into the person that would become a committed champion. She talks about the moments and people that would have pushed others to quit and why she refused to do so. She talks about her first experience running against an athlete who would later be busted for doping and provides an interesting perspective on why the shoe debate matters and why it can be hard for others to understand that. More than the stories and anecdotes, you learn that Steph's bright light comes from her raging fire of determination inside. She doesn't necessarily have a top seed in the Olympic Trials field by time, but you can guarantee that her hard work and fierce determination will make her a force to be reckoned with on February 29th in Atlanta. Go Steph go!