Have you ever wanted to run a meatless marathon? This week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast features an interview with P.J. Murphy from RunYogaThrive.com and we discuss everything from plant-based diets to running marathons and raising children.
P.J. did not grow up with a great diet, but he did have the guts to change later in life and re-invent his health. You have the same opportunity and P.J. has some great tips to get started now.
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The Tip of the Week
Today’s tip is my response to a listener voicemail question:
- Frances Drost: How do you handle running during the dark mornings of the fall and winter months?
In this episode, I interview Plant-Based Marathon Runner, P.J. Murphy. We discuss a whole bunch of great content, including:
- Why a plant-based diet?
- What do you eat in order to thrive?
- What is RunYogaThrive.com?
- When do you begin your day?
- What attracted you to marathon running?
- Do you lift weights along with running?
- What advice do you have for beginners?
Resources Mentioned in the Show
- Life Without Bacon?! [eBook]
- RunYogaThrive.com [P.J.'s blog]
- Bill Clinton Goes Vegan [YouTube video]
- The 5 AM Blueprint is an affordable way to get direct, customized feedback from me (without buying my full-coaching service) to create an effective schedule for your ideal day. This is a new offer from me and I’m very excited about offering an effective method to help you achieve your goals even faster!
- Next week’s episode will be an interview with Productivity Guru and Podcaster, Erik Fisher from BeyondTheToDoList.com.
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Question: Are you ready to run a marathon? How about eating healthier? Let me know which you think matters more in the comments below.