Ep. 20 – The RUNATL Podcast with Guest Andrew Powell


The RUNATL Podcast is hosted by Big Peach Running Co. Founder, Mike Cosentino, and Director of Marketing, Dave “D2” Martinez. This week we sit down with a good friend of ours, Andrew Powell. Andrew shares some of the obstacles he’s had to overcome and what motivates him to keep challenging himself.

RUNATL Podcast

Hello, Friends!

Welcome back to “Inspiration January!”  As we indicated last episode, we’re spending this month going where most others do not go in this season of hastily made and quickly abandoned resolutions…  Said differently, we believe we all need more than just facts, figures and fabrications to give us the confidence that 2018 could be our best year yet!  We need proof that those with whom we can relate have already traveled further and overcome more.  And in this episode, our friend and colleague, Andrew Powell, is absolutely that person who will leave you cheering for him and believing in yourself…  2018, here we are!  We believe in you!  So we ask, “What’s your excuse?”

And we remind you…  EXCUSES ARE CONQUERED HERE – – AND THEY ARE CONQUERED THIS YEAR!

As always, thank you for being part of the fun!  The Show Notes are below…

SHOW NOTES for Episode #20

To see, learn AND experience how Big Peach Running Co. feels about who and how they serve, check this out – – and, of course, ask yourself, “What’s Your Excuse?”.

To learn more about the movie that made such a mark on “AP,” check out Seven Years In Tibet. 

To experience the work done and mission accomplished by The Shepherd Center, do not forego the opportunity to read this.

See the race that Andrew and his brother-in-law, Frank, were going to conquer prior to the unthinkable and tragic accident by visiting this link. 

To personally meet Andrew, come see him in the East Cobb (Marietta) of Big Peach Running Co. on most Wednesday evenings from 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.  You can also reach him at RunPowell@gmail.com

We so very much appreciate you!  We will see you again in just a couple weeks… Until then, may your best miles be those covered on foot!

– Mike