Episode 6: Debbie Voiles shares about her new Running Documentary "The Human Race" produced this Spring of 2019, which highlights research on aging and the resilience created by running. It follows four incredible older runners (and one group in Tampa), focusing on studies in exercise science which show us why and how to truly keep healthy (hint: keep running and strength training), and the results are incredible! Not only does running "keep us young" (16 years younger cardio-vascular health on average than non-runners), but actually reduces our joint, heart and other health concerns- if done properly. Of course, Run Tampa runners and their stories are highlighted, but also running ambassador Katherine Switzer (first woman to run the Boston marathon and NY marathon women's champion), on her aged 70 phenomenal running, as well as documenting how others continue running and stay motivated for future challenges.
|2019 Release Running Documentary, features Run Tampa runners and Deb|
|Dave & Deb at one of many "Destination Races"|
|Group Run ready, learning from Trainers/Coaches|
If you have a unique running story, cultural run or just know someone spreading the joy of running in unique with others in a unique way, like Deb, please send us a message! We'd love to hear from you and pass it on...
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