2021 Updated List of Running Podcasts to Listen Too

One of the most common questions I get is: What running podcasts do you listen to?

Over 3 years ago, I blogged about running podcasts. Since then, some have come and gone. The podcast world has only gotten bigger since early 2016 or even 2018. Is podcasting the new blogging? Are newsletters the new podcasts?

2021 Updated List of Running Podcasts to Listen Too

These days you can find topics ranging from weight loss to marathon running to interviewing professional runners, whatever your interest.

I’m by no means a podcast expert (and you will not see a LOLZ Podcast anytime soon), but here is an updated list of podcasts I’ve been listening to. I’ve listened to at least an episode of each podcast, but not every single episode of everyone. I prefer light-hearted podcasts. Most of these podcasts are hosted by runners for runners. Some are from professional coaches, and some are from your everyday runner. The running world is a big space with room for all.

For me, I listen to podcasts when I’m swimming, working, or even cleaning. I usually struggle with listening when I’m running because I can’t focus and run. I like listening to podcasts for swimming, though, and some of my long runs are a couple of hours long; I’ve listened to podcasts.

I use wireless Aftershokz Aeropex for Headphones for running and life and XTrainerZ for swimming.

Here is a bigger list of more Running Podcasts:

2 Black Runners (Recent running news, insightful interviews, their perspective of the running world)
1609 Podcast (This running podcast focuses on all things running, from training tips to endurance running)
Ali on the Run (weekly running podcast, funny, interviews distance runners of all skills)
Another Mother Runner Podcast (Hosted by Sarah Bowen Shea: Everything from nutrition to race day training)
BibRave (a running podcast dedicated to everything running related)
Citius Mag Podcast (Interviews elite and professional athletes)
Clean Sport Collective (Interviews professionals about Clean Sport and Doping)
Convos Over Cold Brew with Emma Abrahamson (Anything from relationships, social media, food, and running)
C Tolle Run (Informative and interviews many elite runners, Carrie was an Olympian herself)
The Drop: (Features shoe reviews from Believe in the Run)
Diz Runs Radio (Interviews everyone from the first runner to the last, the trail runner to the marathoner.)
Endurance Planet (performance and health-based running advice)
Final Surge (interviews everyone from professional runners to coaches)
For the Long Run Pod (Informative with guests, not on other shows, A lot of interviews are in person, which I can appreciate)
Fuel for the Sole: Nutrition advice and training advice from a registered dietician
Hurdle Podcast: Hurdle interviews many different people, from runners to fitness gurus, and how they’ve gotten through life’s toughest moments (Their Hurdles)
I’ll Have Another (funny, informative, and interviews runners of all levels.)
Ironwomen (Interviews mostly professional triathletes, but it crosses over into well-known runners too)
Keeping Track (Hosted by Professional runners Alysia Montano, Molly Huddle, Roisin McGettigan talk about the professional side of running).
Keeping up with Kelsey Cansler (informative and fitness related)
Marathon Training Academy (everything distance runner and marathon-related)
Marathon Talk (Based out of the UK, everything running related)
Morning Shakeout (a running podcast that interviews well-known runners and people of the sport)
No Meat Athlete Radio (200+ episodes of plant-based information and interviews)
Ordinary Marathon (Running podcast for runners and interviews a bit of everything)
Peaked 2 Early (Interviews several pro runners and keeps it light-hearted and fun)
Some Work, All Play (3 Topics, and about 30 minutes from two of the top coaches David Roche and Megan Roche)
Strength Running (Running and Training Tips. Nothing is time sensitive so you can listen in whatever order)
Rambling Runner (interviews distance runners of all abilities and levels)
Road to the Olympic Trials (Matt C. follows athletes who are training for the Olympic Trials)
The Road Dog (More outdoors but interviews several runners too)
Rich Roll Podcast (a plant-based running podcast about running and endurance athletes)
Run Atlanta Podcast: Running-related topics with the Peach Tree Running Company. I enjoy the run specialty piece to it.
Runners of NYC (interviews runners of all abilities living and trianing around NYC)
Run Hard Live Free Podcast (Tips and tricks from the “average runner” Nick in Kansas)
Running for Real by Tina Muir (an informative running podcast about everything for runners, including nutrition, training tips, and well being)
Running Rogue(training tips and information on the current running world)
Trail Runner Nation(A running podcast dedicated to all things trail running and endurance running)

Ten Junk Miles: Lighthearted conversation with everyday runners. Lots of cursing and “real talk.”
The Extra Mile Podcast (Follows runners training for anything from a 5k-full marathon).
Ultra Runner Pod (A running podcast about all things ultra running and endurance running!)
We Run This (Hilarious and witty podcast by two runners at BroBible)

For more entertainment, you can check out 50 Running Books to Inspire and Motivate You as well as Movies About Running.

Finally, have you subscribed to the LOLZletter? It’s a free newsletter that comes out each Monday. In the newsletter, I share running industry trends and things relevant to the sport. 

Questions for you:
What are your favorite running podcasts? 
What’s your favorite run podcast episode?