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After first connecting on Twitter, Sonya was interviewed on Lindsey Hein’s podcast “I’ll Have Another with Lindsey Hein,” where she talks with motivating and inspiring runners. Lindsey aims to inspire and refresh listeners in her conversations with runners of all levels, from your everyday runner to Olympic athletes. 

Lindsey is an RRCA Certified Running Coach and coaches runners, writing personalized training plans for all distances – 5K to marathon distances. Lindsey also founded her own podcast network – Sandyboy Productions – which includes The Illuminate Podcast and The Up and Running Podcast.

In this week’s conversation, Lindsey and Sonya talked about running, consistency, expectations, time management, and more.

“It’s okay to be grumpy and be frustrated that you’re injured or be frustrated that you’re uncomfortable because you’re pregnant and you want to run 10 miles but it doesn’t feel good. But if you can get your mindset in a way that you can shift it and think about, ‘what can I do now that I wouldn’t have had time to spend energy on?’ I think you’ll be a lot happier.” 

– Lindsey Hein

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Key Takeaways

  • The courage to try something new
  • How she got into running
  • How to stay consistent 
  • How to meet yourself where you are with expectations
  • Getting PCOS and a miscarriage
  • What it means to have a performance you are proud of
  • Powerful mantras
  • How she manages her time
  • Why she loves reading




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