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Welcome to The Conscious Runner

Welcome to The Conscious Runner! I’m so glad you found me! I know running is more than putting one foot in front of the other. It is your meditation, your sanctuary, your challenge. And I know it SUCKS when you’re injured, you don’t get faster, or you’re bombarded by one critical thought after another. This is where I come in. My name is Lisah. I am a masters runner, certified running coach, and strength and injury prevention trainer. Using a mindful approach and sound training principles, I help you become a stronger, faster, more injury-resistant runner and feel GOOD while doing it! You can see EXACTLY how I do this here. Hope to see you on the other side.

“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”~C.S. Lewis

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(training plans)

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(coaching program)

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What other conscious runners are saying

“This weekend’s long run went FANTASTIC. No hip pain and I ran strong. This is the first time I have run 10 miles since embarking on the strength routine and I was a little nervous at first. However, after mile 3 (mile 3 usually is the threshold for me when I find my pace and rhythm) I felt great and found myself running strong. I anticipated a 2 hour run but I finished 15 minutes early and did the speed work you recommended to the last 10 minutes. Again, I felt wonderful!”

Jesse O. - Age 38

“I been anticipating a good update for you. Just finished the first day on upper body segment and doing some of the additionals. OK, just letting you know that you are awesome! I ran a 10K this weekend, Vulcan Run in Birmingham. My legs and body felt great the whole time and I was able to run freely and hard and really enjoyed it. I’m gonna post a plug on your website. This same race last year was my first 10K, my pace in it was 9:43; 58th in my age group and 770 overall. This years result, 7:52 pace, 14th in my age group and 211 overall. My goal now is to break the top 10 somewhere. I’m sticking with it. Thank you for everything.”

Frank Barry - Age 54

“I could tell that this quick routine had my legs flexible and ready. The Abdominal and Back Series had my abs sore for a few days after the first workout.  For years I have done lots of sit-ups and other ab workouts, but never had soreness, so I knew this workout was doing the trick! I liked the way the course taught which muscles should be engaged in a specific exercise and how it emphasized proper form when doing the exercise.  Since starting the course I believe my form is much better and my core and legs are stronger.”

Patricia Russell - Age 47

My Core Values

– Empathize with others
– Ask for help when needed
– Express yourself creatively
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Live simply
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Perform your own investigation of truth
– Show love abundantly
– Love your work
– Be unapologetically you
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Be the change you wish to see
– RUN SMART

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Featured Posts for Conscious Consumption

TCR109 | Lisah & Julia: Soul Sessions Episode 6 – Running as Art and Accepting What Is

Hey Conscious Runners! I’ve got another fantastic episode for you. Today, Julia Chi Taylor and I sit down for our sixth episode of Soul Sessions with Lisah and Julia. Soul sessions with Lisah and Julia is a monthly series on The Conscious Runner Podcast where Julia and I share honestly and openly about our running, ourselves and our lives. I met Julia last year when I interviewed her for The Conscious Runner Podcast.

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TCR107 | Maggie Kay: Running, Spirituality, and Diving for Pearls

Hey Conscious Runners! Yes, its that time again. I’ve got another episode of the podcast for you. I’ve got Maggie Kay from Maggie Kay wisdom on the line with me. Maggie is an inspirational coach and founder of Thrivecraft–a life coaching practice that opens up the dimension of spirituality to everybody. Having graduated with a BA in Psychology in her native Glasgow, Scotland, Maggie spent her twenties in a semi-monastic community in London, training intensively to become ordained into the Western Buddhist Order.

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