This week we talk to Ann Marie Cody NASA astronomer and current h older of the Guinness World Record for the “fastest marathon pushing a triple pram (female)”.
Ann Marie Cody is a NASA astronomer, athlete, and mom of three (triplets). She has competed nationally in the sports of rowing and orienteering and is the current holder of the Guinness World Record for the “fastest marathon pushing a triple pram (female)” (and has a similar record pending at the 10k distance).
Professionally, she works for the Kepler and K2 missions, which hunt for planets around other stars using data from NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope. Here’s what we talked about:
Modeling healthy behavior (3:00), athletic background (5:30), acquiring a triple jogging stroller (9:30), idea for GWR (13:00), recovering from a triplet pregnancy and taking the stroller out for the first time (16:00), run base and speed (20:00), fundraising for El Camino NICU & Project Sweet Peas (21:30), finding a great course to run on and race to work with (24:00), on social pressure and expectation (27:00), train for the terrain (28:00), challenges associated with stroller running (33:50), identity in motherhood (38:00) ,
Connect with Ann Marie or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org