Grayson Murphy joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to discuss her first six months as a professional runner with Northern Arizona Elite. We go back to her roots as a soccer player before she finally started competitively running as a walk-on for Santa Clara. She really burst onto the NCAA scene after transferring to Utah and becoming a steeplechaser. Now as a professional, she’s working on focusing on the 5,000 and 10,000 meters. Most importantly, she’s been spreading positivity with her journaling. Grayson shares why she started selling training journals + planners and how it helped her cope with anxiety.
Plus: Her funniest drug testing story might be the best one that we’ve ever had on the show.
If you want to check out her journals, they’re available here.
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