Free shipping on orders $75+

Bundle and save. Learn more

Favorite podcasts we listen to on our runs

Favorite podcasts we listen to on our runs


path projects trail running

With so many great podcasts out there to listen to, it feels like you can always be joined by friends, even on your solo runs. Below are some of our favorite podcasts that we enjoy listening to on our runs.

The Rich Roll Podcast

the rich roll podcast

This is probably the most discussed podcast at our office. Rich Roll is a vegan ultra-endurance athlete, wellness & plant-based nutrition advocate, popular public speaker, husband and father of 4. 

His podcasts make you want to run longer, because most episodes are at least 90 minutes. Deep, intimate conversations the brightest minds in health, fitness, nutrition, art, entertainment, entrepreneurship & spirituality. With 445 episodes and counting, this podcast is a good reason to start training for a long ultra race. High quality videos of his conversations can be found on Rich Roll's YouTube channel.

The Morning Shakeout

the morning shakeout

Mario Fraioli is a writer, a coach to inspired athletes and host of The Morning Shakeout podcast. He is also an established runner himself with a recent marathon personal best of 2:27 at age 36.

Launched in November 2015, he started The Morning Shakeout with a weekly email newsletter about running and other worthwhile topics. In December 2017, he launched the podcast where he speaks with the sport’s top athletes, coaches, and personalities. We really like the honest conversations he has with a variety of interesting guests. It is both informative and entertaining at the same time!

Trail Runner Nation

trail runner nation

Scott Warr and Don Freeman are always having a blast with their guests and never take things too serious. They provide a ton of trail running wisdom and fun stories. 430 episodes deep, these guys are not messing around. We have learned so much about running from this podcast. They have been amazing partners and we even launched a TRN / Path Projects collab shirt

Billy Yang Podcast

billy yang podcast

Billy has been able to merge his passions of both mountain adventures and storytelling. Many of you have probably seen some of his beautiful and inspiring videos trail running videos on his YouTube channel. In late 2017 he launched the Billy Yang Podcast with great insights about running and life. He always talks from the heart and has the ability to really ask the right questions and let the guests share openly. Last year we launched a limited edition Billy Yang / Path Projects collab shirt

Ten Junk Miles

ten junk miles

This is not your average running podcast about trail, road and ultra runner. It has deep discussions of bathroom breaks that went wrong, pacer stories from hell, DNF reports, stories of getting lost on the trail and other related matters

Scott Kummer is the original host and we love his honesty. He has stumbled through numerous plus 4 and 5 hour marathons. He's DNF'ed the 150 mile, 100 mile, 50 mile and marathon distance.

He is often also joined by the other hosts Holly Lindroth, Rachel Ingel, Adam Benkers and Samantha Turco. Hilarious conversations guaranteed. 

The Ground Up Show by Matt D'Avella

ground up show

Matt is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, YouTuber and podcaster who explores what it means to live a good life. He is known for his Netflix documentary, Minimalism, about the important things in life. His YouTube videos on minimalism, habits and productivity are incredibly well made. 

In early 2017 he started The Ground Up Show, a podcast that inspires creatives to make meaningful content & pursue their passions. Matt sits down with creators to talk about their process, the lesson’s they've learned & how to make an impact. 

The Joe Rogan Experience

joe rogan experience

Hosted by American comedian, actor, sports commentator, martial artist and television host Joe Rogan. On this audio and video podcast, he interviews an eclectic group of guests, with a great amount of humor integrated. Joe is one of the OG podcasters, who launched on December 24, 2009. With 1310 episodes and counting, this has grown to become one of the world's most popular podcasts.  

The Tim Ferriss Show

the tim ferriss show

Tim Ferriss is a power house when it comes to high quality content production. He has written 5 New York Times best selling books and he has been running his Lifestyle Design Blog for 10+ years. 

His podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show, is focused on deconstructing world-class performers. This show is often ranked #1 across all of iTunes and was also selected for “Best of iTunes” three years running. 

Enter to Win Contest

Enter to win contest

We would love to hear from you, what are some of your favorite podcasts you listen to? Please let us know in the comments on this Facebook Post. 


Language playgrounds ignite minds, build bonds, spark joy. Word games: mental exercise, laughter, connection, growth.


Step into the whimsical world of Monkey Mart! Manage a lively store, serve amusing customers, and tackle fun-filled puzzles for endless entertainment and rewards


Phrazle is an interactive word game that boosts language skills and offers enjoyable brain-teasing challenges for players.


House of run: track and marathon discussions in a fun light


I’ll Have Another with Lindsey Hein and the Ali On the Run Show with Ali Feller

Sarah Turnbull,

This American Life, The Moth Radio Hour and Heavyweight


How was your run today (hwyrt) podcast. Funny, real guys, always entertaining from this Boston area duo. Like click & clack but running, not cars.

Jeff ziehler,

The Nike Trained Podcast is killer! Not good for long runs as the episodes are only 20-30 minutes long but definitely worth a listen.

Michael Dimond,

Rich Roll and Trailrunner Nation

Rob Kirk,

Without Fail and Against the Rules


Leave a comment