Nielsen and Panoply Media Introduce First Audience Targeted Podcast Marketplace Learn more
49 Min Released Mar 2, 2017

Episode 43: Eating Disorders and Running

Do you eat to run, or run to eat? This week we have roundtable discussion on a very important topic: disordered eating and eating disorders in running. (:35)

The Runner’s World Show is brought to you by Harry’s. Get the close, comfortable shave you deserve. Sign up at Harrys.com/run, and you’ll receive their most popular Trial Set for free, you just cover the shipping.

And by Aaptiv, an on-demand audio fitness app that you can do at home, at the gym, outdoors—anywhere. Get your first month free when you sign up for a monthly subscription at aaptiv.com and use the promo code “RUN.”

Resources:

Eating Disorders Screening Tool

National Eating Disorders Helpline

Episode Credits:

Host: David Willey

Producers: Sylvia Ryerson, Christine Fennessy and Brian Dalek

The Runner's World Show is a proud part of Panoply.

Check out our show page here.

Follow us on Twitter (@rwaudio) and Facebook (Runner's World Audio).

The Runner's World Show

The Runner's World Show

Hosted by RW Editor-in-Chief David Willey, this p…

Go To Show Page

More Episodes

This Week in Barron's, November 8, 2010

This Week in Barron's

This Week in Barron's: Consequences of China moving away from US Treasuries; Alpha Natural Resources stock could rally more than 30% from here; Gen-X'ers and Gen-Y'ers could shift more of their retirement portfolio out of bonds and into stocks; some think ICON plc's stock could rally by as much as 40% in the next 12-18 months.

5 Min

Nov 6, 2010

"All My Senses, Like Beacon's Flame"

Slate's Poetry Podcast

Slate Poem: "All My Senses, Like Beacon's Flame"

2 Min

Mar 17, 2009

What Does Dow 20000 Mean For Investors?

WSJ Watching Your Wealth

As the market continues to rise to new levels, the Wall Street Journal's Anne Tergesen joins Veronica Dagher to break down the many questions on shareholders' minds, and what the Dow Jones Industrial Average at 20000 ultimately means for investors.

6 Min

Dec 14, 2016