Ultrarunner Paul Stofko Talks About Being Capable of More Than We Think We Are...& Why We Should All Be Writing Our Own Obituaries.
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What's On Your Plate is honored to welcome Paul Stofko to the conversation!

In this vulnerable discussion, Paul gives us a glimpse into his daily life as an Exercise Physiologist, who specializes in senior care, and the perspective he has gained from his residents and how it applies to other areas of his life.  Listen in as he talks about how the hard things in our lives are what shape who we become and why we should live in a way that won't leave us with regrets as we age.

Share a laugh with us as he tries to convince you he's just like any other runner (spoiler alert...he's not!) and gain a smile today as you hear this humble human talk about whether it's for seniors, runners, or speaking out on injustices...he just wants to help people. 

Paul is a 30+ year avid ultrarunner, a friend of the Indiana Dunes State Park & National Lakeshore, and a Race Director specializing in trail races. He has a Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science from Northern Arizona University & an Associates Degree in Dietetic Technology from Purdue University Calumet. He is a husband, father, son, & friend to many.  His races support many nonprofit organizations including NWI Pride, Jennie Hamilton Scholarship Fund, Outdoor Afro, Tyron Farm Institute & Feline Community Network, amongst others. 

Learn more about Paul, Crazy Legs Race Series, & the causes his events support via the links below.






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