Episode 10: Women’s Running Editor in Chief Jessie Sebor
The newest ep of the Fit Bottomed Girls podcast is ready to download/stream now!
Grab your sneakers and favorite sports bra because in this ep we speak with Women’s Running magazine Editor in Chief Jessie Sebor about all things pertaining to running! We cover everything from advice on training from couch to ½ marathon, Jessie’s all-time favorite run on the Alaskan trails (which featured porcupines!), as well as nutrition and safety tips.
Topics also covered in this ep:
Margo, Jenn and Kristen talk about why they do (or don’t!) love running
How to recognize disordered eating while training for races
“This is What We Came For” Playlist (50 Minute-Ride)
Hey there! Hi there! Ho there!
Sorry for the delay everyone. I did not realize how much time has gone by but between work (two jobs,) turning my hobbies into paying gigs (two podcasts) and travel– I have been terrible about keeping up my playlists. When I began teaching I would make the point to create a new one each week. Over time it has turned into maybe once per month that I can curate a new set of tunes that I feel good about.
One of my big lessons in teaching fitness is that quality trumps novelty anytime. Sure some people can churn out new and different with an almost alarming frequency but are they creating anything good? If the list is contains only 20% good tunes—then who cares if it is all new?
Many of my old playlists (I keep them all on file cards like some kind of a spin maniac) embarrass the hell out of me. I am so much more thoughtful now as to what my students want to hear which is a variety of styles. By getting out of my own iPod and looking at other places to gain new music I have learned how amazing Pink, OneRepublic, Maroon 5 and Justin Timberlake really are. That 80s music (no matter how it makes me) is not everyone’s favorite genre. How amazing and inclusive it is to have all kinds of music represented in one hour and that produces happy students.
So today is a collection I have been trotting lately out that has been getting lots of praise. Let me know what you think in the comments below!
This is What We Came For:Calvin Harris with Rhianna
Welcome to the Brooklyn Fit Chick playlist Calvin! It only took you shading Taylor Swift on Instagram to get my attention! (Not really—you make great music and I should have included you ages ago.
Kid Icarus: Sam Roberts Band
Second songs on my playlist are sometimes the toughest one for me to figure out. They need to gain on the energy from the starter and help set the mood for the workout. The Sam Roberts Band has lost of great tunes of you are not aware of them. Check them out!
This song is a uniter not a divider. Everyone loves banging their heads along to this one!
I Don’t Feel Like Dancing:Scissor Sisters
This is my absolute top song for when I am in a bad mood. Elton John co-wrote which adds to its overall awesomeness.
No More Drama:Mary J Bloge
Everyone is powerless to this magical power ballad. I have seen straight white boys cheer along to it!
Tongue Tied:Group Love
I like the overall “boppiness” of this tune and yes, I did make that word up on the fly. You like?
Monkey Wrench: Foo Fighters
It would not be a Brooklyn Fit Chick ride without my beloved Foos.
Ride:twenty one pilots
I really enjoy this band but can someone please explain to me why they use all lower case letters in their names? (Coughs) affected (coughs, coughs.)
Keep the Car Running: Arcade Fire
This is one of the best songs to sprint to so why is it only 3 ½ minutes? Work on that Arcade Fire peeps!
Sexy Back:Justin Timberlake
A blast from the past and cannot believe it took me so damn long to bring it back.
Supposedly Lisa “Left Eye” Lopez (“Turn on channel 5—she’s burning the house down!”) hated this song as it seems to promote people cheating on one another. Thankfully they talked her into releasing it as it is the dopest jam.
Baby, You’re the World to Me:David Gray
Can someone please tell me what happened to David Gray? I miss hearing him on the radio!
Simple Man:Lynrd Skynrd
Never have three guitars dueling it out have sounded so down, dirty and amazing.
That’s it for me this time. What are your new favorite tunes you think I should check out?
Big News with Fit Bottomed Girls Podcast—Which Health, Fitness, Wellness Stars Do YOU Want Us to Interview?
I Need Help with My Playlists (Send me your songs!)
Hey there! Hi there! Ho there!
I have been busy with so many work & life things lately that I have fallen behind with my Blogging-sorry about that! I am still here but am perfecting my digital skills creating something that has become a passion for me—podcasting.
I am also the NYC contributor for Fit Bottomed Girls so I convinced them to let me produce and co-host their own podcast which is seriously taking off! Some of the guests we have lined up include:
Kathy Smith (SQUEE!!)
We may just move to a weekly show if we keep up with this pace and downloads so my question to you today is—what guest would you like us to get on the show? Or do you have a topic you wish we would cover? Let me know in the comments below. We really want to know what you want to fill into your earholes!
Also, I am in need of your help in another area of my life—music! I love to create playlists for my classes and recently featured this one with Beyoncé and Coldplay that got some great comments. My problem is that I need more ideas for songs. My repertoire is getting dry and I feel like I need to mix things up more. So I am requesting if you could also take the time and write in the comments below:
Your favorite workout tunes and what you use them for (running, sprints, climb, Zumba—whatever!)
A “one hit wonder” song that makes you smile and not go “ICK!” I have been commissioned to write one and my instinct is to go all 90s. Need some variety in my mix!
That’s it for me this time. Let me know what you are up to and I will be back with my usual playlist and activities soon. Happy Autumn!
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In this bonus ep of “Book Vs. Movie” Margo D. welcomes guest host Roy of the Moving the Needle Podcast talk about the 1987 classic film “The Running man” based on a Stephen King/Richard Bachman short story.
Follow Roy on Twitter @mtnpod @roymac75
All kinds of trivia and behind the scenes gossip here. Let us know what you think of it!