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4 PODCASTS TO ENJOY DURING YOUR MORNING RUN

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Some people like to listen to their hype mix on Spotify during their morning jog. Others prefer a hilarious podcast or true crime deep dive to keep their mind busy as they truck around the block. If you’re a fan of witty banter, mystery and murder, and learning cool things, here are a few podcasts to accompany you on your next run. 

National Park After Dark

Do you love nature, tales of survival, and a dose of tragedy? National Park After Dark focuses on the dark history of our parks, including inspiring stories of humanity, tales of death, and reminders of the importance of protecting the planet. Each episode covers a different park and story. Check out this twist on the true crime genre!

Stuff You Should Know

Have you ever wanted to beef up your random knowledge? The hosts of Stuff You Should Know, Josh and Chuck, cover everything from historical figures and the ins and outs of beekeeping to how tacos work, unsolved mysteries, and so much more. From cute sloths to creepy leeches, this podcast covers it all. Learn something new on your morning jog, whether you want to or not. 

Renegades: Born in the USA

If you’ve been longing for a wholesome podcast featuring former president Barack Obama and Bruce Springsteen, look no further. Renegades: Born in the USA delivers just that – two icons discussing their lives, their friendship, their challenges, music, and the American dream.

Let’s Talk About Mental Health

Spend your mornings bettering yourself physically – and mentally when you turn on Let’s Talk About Mental Health. Each episode focuses on a specific topic like stress, over thinking, finding your purpose, etc. The host, Jeremy Godwin, presents simple, proven ways to work through each topic and provides advice to better your mental well-being. 

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