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Martha Runs the World Podcast A podcast with an honest and open look at running, fitness and all things health-related with a bit of humor thrown in.
The Natural Running Network Running is the most popular recreational activity in the world. More people run to achieve fitness than any other medium of exercise. Unfortunately, over 70% of the running community is injured due to improper training and running form. The Natural Running Network addresses these issues and provides highly relevant tips to help runners stay healthy. We also interview luminaries from the endurance world including but not limited to Obstacle Course Racing, Triathletes, Ultra-Marathon runners, Obstacle racers cyclists and all the support systems and professionals tied to these sports.
"The Dirt" Trailrunning Podcast All trail talk, all the time! From 1 mile to 100 plus mile runs! We talk about it all. Ladies host this show. Our goal is to introduce people, help us all connect with one another, and inspire each other to run and have fun!
Host- Michele Hartwig- Race Director at Kettle Moraine 100, Hennepin 100 and many Midwest Trail races
Co-host- Krystal the Pistol
Running with Jake – The PLODcast Running with Jake – The PLODcast : Your weekly dose of running motivation
Running To the Beat Podcast The Running To The Beat Podcast offers the best selection of non-stop high energy running music. The best results come when you allow the music to move you from your heart. Our running mixes will always motivate you, inspire you, and challenge you to be your best. Subscribe now, join the Running To The Beat Journey.

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Vurbl 10 On The Clock Full Episodes Listen to Xcluzive audio from the 10 On The Clock Podcast. Find Xcluzive analysis on weekly basketball takes, players of the week from both conferences, and games for every day of the week that we want you to check out! 10 On The Clock first debuted in 2021 with a dream and a lot of ambition to create a show that doesn’t fit the normal format of a show. Xcluzive Hype
Non-Series Shows Between each longer series, we take a look at some other shows – shows from the Clash of the Champions, shows that don't have a series, or even shows from completely different companies. Take a look at some of those with us! Let's Go to the Ring!
Vurbl Got Em' Coach Full Episodes Got ‘Em Coach is a sneakers and basketball show Hosted by Tyrone Smith that focuses on a variety of quality court-related content as well as good sneaker info. It revolves around lifestyle, fashion, basketball banters and everything good about the court life. Basketball means a lot of different things to different persons. For us, it is something special – an art, a dream and a passion. We consider basketball to be a very important part of what we do as a show and consider it as a very powerful channel of expression. Having this shown to share our passion with other basketball lovers is a significant thing and it is why each show is as important as the last. Xcluzive Hype
Dynasty Football Season 1 Season 1 of our Dynasty Football League. Follow the ups and downs, hot takes, news and interviews from our first season Dynasty Fantasy League Est. 2021
Best from Scuba Shack Radio This Best from Scuba Shack Radio not only gives you some of the more interesting items from my podcast, it will also give you some things I found compelling from the world of scuba diving along with ocean health and conservation. Scuba Shack Radio
Top 21 Sports Podcasts of the Last Year No matter what sport you follow, there is sure to be a show you love on this playlist of the best sports podcasts of 2021. Listen to in-depth analysis of recent games, the latest news surrounding players, and all the general industry discussions every sports fan loves. Vurbl Sports, Iconic Athletes & Unforgettable Championships
Major Professional and College Sports Master Playlist Listen to the some of the biggest name in sports from across the country talking about all the biggest stories from around all the major sports leagues such as the NFL, NHL, NBA, and MLB! Here from such names as Bill Simmons, Colin Cowherd, Rob Mendyka, Pat McAfee, the stars of Busted Open Radio and more! I'm Always Right Sports Podcast
2022 Sports Podcast Awards Nominees: Best College Sports Podcasts Explore the best college sports podcasts nominated by the Sports Awards Podcast here. Tune in to podcasts like The Jboy Show, ABCA Podcast, The Nolecast, Buckeye Talk, and many more. Vurbl Sports, Iconic Athletes & Unforgettable Championships
2022 Sports Podcast Awards Nominees: Best American Football Podcasts Explore the best American football podcasts nominated by the Sports Awards Podcast here. Tune in to podcasts like The Nat Coombs Show, Talkin’ Giants, Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen, Fantasy Footballers, and many more. Vurbl Sports, Iconic Athletes & Unforgettable Championships
2022 Sports Podcast Awards Nominees: Best Baseball Podcasts Explore the best baseball podcasts nominated by the Sports Awards Podcast here. Tune in to podcasts like The Chris Rose Rotation, Talkin' Baseball, Too Tall Sports Podcast, and many more. Vurbl Sports, Iconic Athletes & Unforgettable Championships

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150. How To Improve Fueling, Boston Marathon Hot Takes, and Longevity and Running Science! We turned our happiness meters to 100 for our favorite day: Podcast Tuesday! The main training topic was on the science of gut training. The stomach needs to be trained in a methodical way just like the aerobic system, but people rarely talk about how much this part of training theory plays a role in endurance. We discuss the mechanisms, studies, and considerations, ending with 4 tips to improve your performance and health. Your gut is beautifully unique and important! No matter what the pre-race porta potty says! We also did instant reactions to the Boston Marathon, including hot takes on Kipchoge's surprising fade, the wins from Chebet and Obiri, and our theories for why the race played out like it did. Plus some training takeaways from the incredible performance from Emma Bates! She uploads all of her data to Strava, which is automatic HERO STATUS.
And that was just the start! Other topics: tapering for the Canyons 100k, reflections on the past and future, a story about friends and dudes, a discussion about the awesomeness of hiking, a breakdown of the science of running and longevity, and questions from listeners on dealing with fatigue and downtime.
This one was so much fun! May your takes be hot and your guts be harmonious.
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What is good aerobic condition? This week, we introduce the second installment in our series on training periods: aerobic conditioning and how to grow it. During this series, we are discussing what each period is and looks like, why to do it, and how to know when it has been successfully achieved.
After that, we share world of running updates featuring our exclusive Boston Marathon recap and the Rotterdam Marathon.
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Monday Mindset: April Fools New Year New Year used to be celebrated in the spring until the calendar changed in 1582. The New Year celebration lasted from March 25 to April 1.Some say that those who held to the old system were called fools. Thus, the origin of April Fools Day. But there is little evidence that this is true.But the fact is that your mindset is chained to the way our calendar is set up. How would you handle the change if we all went back to counting the New Year in the spring? If you are going after an epic life, you need a mindset that is able to handle and adapt to change, whether it's your choice or some crazy idea to change the calendar.
Monday Mindset: What is Freedom? What does it mean to have freedom? We say we have freedom. But have you ever thought of what it really means to be free?In this episode I discuss my conclusion about freedom: It is, at its core, the ability to choose to do evil.
Ep 142: Keeping the Streak Going ~ John Crum John Crum was my very first guest on this podcast. When we last spoke, he was on an impressive run streak. Running at least a mile every day since November of 2015.He is still on his run streak. But his tenacity is impressive because he has also done 33 marathons or ultramarathons, including running a 100 mile race during his run streak. That means that he was out the door the day after finishing all those races to run at least a mile.I'm glad to have him back again for another conversation.
Monday Mindset: Your Epic Thing Before surgery on his hand a man asked, "Will I be able to play the piano after surgery, doc?"The doctor assured him he would still be able to play piano after the surgery. To which the man replied, "Good, I've always wanted to play the piano."I took this "dad" joke and looked a little deeper. Most of us have dreams of what we want to do "someday." Hopes and dreams are usually put away on a shelf in your mind and you have comfort in knowing you can get them out "when the time is right."The sad fact is that most people breathe their last breath with those hopes and dreams still sitting on that dusty closet shelf.I challenge you to get one or two of your "someday" dreams out and start working on them.I'm dusting off an old skill that I never fully developed and after several decades I'm now going to learn it well.
Ep 1 -August Review In the first episode of The Runner's Racing Review, Tom Batty from Why I Run and Kyle Weise from Crown Coaching discuss everything to do with the racing during the month of August in the South East of Queensland and the Northern Rovers of New South Wales.We discuss The Sunshine Coast Marathon, The Last Man Standing, Jake Malby's 31 marathons in 31 days, local parkrun results and catch up on the big races from overseas including Sierre Zinal and Ultra Trail Mont Blanc.Recorded on the trails in Coombabah Wetlands, listen out for the kangaroos, birds and light aircraft in this live podcast.Support the showThanks for your Support!!
Ep 83- Dead Cow Gully, Wild Horse Ultra, Flirt with Dirt, Kyle's Training Episode 83 is up and ready for you – this episode focusses on the recent Dead Cow Gully Last One Standing – we chat to Tim Walsh, Race Director, about the event and how he saw it unfold.Also, Wild Horse Criterium and Flirt with Dirt round out a good few weeks. Kyle also preps for his debut 10km race!Support the showThanks for your Support!!
The Dan Blumhoff Podcast Dan sits down with Jen and Andrea and talks about how his running journey began.Who leads Dan to the ultra Kool-Aid, and what is next?  Be sure to follow us at facebook.com/RunnersOfTheCorn or instagram.com/runnersofthecorn

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Episode 29- 'MASTERY' with Dr Carl Woods For those of us residing in a society that prioritizes; productivity, extraction, speed, and efficiency, this episode of the Run Culture Podcast is a must listen!

."….certain non-western societies don't use the adjectives; efficient, rapid or fast, as words to describe expert performance, they actually use words like; cautious, slow, attentiveness and responsiveness. These slower adjectives are used to describe what it means to be an expert hunter…." They understand the idea of uncertainty, they take time to attend to the rich contextual ebbs and flows of information in front of them and they patiently wait for the right moment to act.

I chatted to Dr Carl Woods a scientist and researcher at Victoria University in Melbourne who enjoys exploring the concepts of; learning, knowing and skill from an ecological and anthropological lens in sport.

We discuss:

-That we live in the 'information age', where there is an excess of 'second hand information' everywhere, we have a test for this a test for that, a strategy for this and all this tech spitting out all kinds of data…Universities teach courses in siloed and reduced methods and reward an encyclopedic like recall of information as expertise… Yes, 'second hand information' can be useful…but I am also seeing a lot of un-embodied/disconnected and disempowered runners as a result.

-The importance of 'inhabitant knowledge'…..which is gained through exposure and 'primary experience', this can't simply be replaced by 'second hand information' eg. what a textbook/test or Instagram post says.

-Embracing 'uncertainty' and 'the wisdom of not knowing', 'Being prepare but not planned'

-Slow down and attend to the environment around you, be a 'wayfinder'.

-What defines mastery/a skilled performer or expert?
….the humility to say; 'I don't know' or 'I am unsure', openness, lots of exposure to a certain environment and context, to resonate with their surrounds, to 'look, feel, hear and smell' better, to know what to pay attention to- what to 'stretch towards' and when to 'wait' and be patient.
We welcome Ethan Gregg to his full episode. After his exciting Indoor National weekend and running 28:40, we wanted to learn more about the biggest grinder in D3. This is another case of an average high school runner (4:41/9:45 1600″ id=”4BxbJUHMOpc” vid=”4BxbJUHMOpc” id-for-player=”4BxbJUHMOpc” link=”/listen/episdoe-124-ethan-gregg-4BxbJUHMOpc/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episdoe 124 – Ethan Gregg "He [Isaac] did it for me because that's what we do here"
We welcome Ethan Gregg to his full episode. After his exciting Indoor National weekend and running 28:40, we wanted to learn more about the biggest grinder in D3. This is another case of an average high school runner (4:41/9:45 1600/3200) making the mental switch of wanting to be great.
It's clear from Ethan's mindset that he is willing to do anything to get the job done. And as we peeled it all back, it comes down to his teammates. The bonds he has with his teammates is the spark that gives Ethan his abilities. That and his comfort of being in the dark places in races.
As you listen to this episode, you'll hear how he gets excited about the teammates he has and how much he cares for them.
Notable Quotes:
"It might come across like really confident me saying this, but it's hard for me to picture failing with the setup that I have over here."
"After the 5k there there was a lot of eeriness I saw on that finish line, and was like, oh shit, this is gonna happen again tomorrow."
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Fresh off of winning the Carmel Marathon in 2:33, we welcome Parley Hannan back to D3 Glory Days.
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Episode 125 – Parley Hannan "There was so much joy, not just at the finish line, but throughout the whole time."
Fresh off of winning the Carmel Marathon in 2:33, we welcome Parley Hannan back to D3 Glory Days.
The 3x D3 Champion from Ithaca ran an OTQ in her debut marathon. She takes us through her training and how she necessarily wasn't planning to run a marathon.
She also is very honest and open with us about her disordered eating and how it impacted her today. Much of her early running post collegiately was a way to quiet the voices in her head that were caused by her eating disorder.
She opens up about taking herself to get treatment at a clinic in Denver and why she left.
Parley reflected on how this race has inspired her to realize she can train and fuel in a healthy manner so she can continue to improve her marathon time.
We're excited to see Parley running so well and can't wait to see what she does next.
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We’re excited to be Ambassadors for Bare Performance Nutrition. A supplement company that gets you ready for next competition. Whether it’s protein or electrolytes, their supplements are geared to help you compete at your best. I’ve been taking their electrolytes to refuel after a run and can it increase my recovery. If you’re interested in trying them out, head over to their website and try today.
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Rhys Foster – on Integrating Family Life and Ultra Endurance Sports Rhys is a father, husband, manages a business  and is a multi-sport ultra endurance athlete.He is involed in grand multiday adventures such as the Vasbyty Expedition 100hour race, The Dusi – which he has done 23 times, Nedbank Desert Dash, Wild Coast Crossing, Skyrun to name a few.This episode, is about being a parent and managing and integrating that with these grand adventures.Links:Rhys'  FacebookRhys' InstagramNedbank Desert DashPillars of Hope CharityA Year of Running Dangerously, A Dad, a Daughter and a Ridiculous Plan – Tom Foreman Support the show
Shafeeqah Gordon – A discussion on How to Make Trail Running More Accessible Shafeeqah has been in the outdoor adventure industry for the past 7 years with almost half a decade’s worth of qualified experience in her feild. As a Salomon South Africa ambassador, she competed in many trail running events in and around South Africa.Shafeeqah is also the founder of the Outdoor Education Hub, they are an initiative focussed on equiping people with knowledge and educational tools for the outdoors – making it a fun and safe space for all to enjoy.You can find Shafeeqah in the mountains running, hiking, camping and trekking. She had a great love for the outdoors and defines is as being “free”.Links:Shafeeqah's InstagramThe Outdoor Education Hub on InstagramOutdoor Education Hub WebsiteThe Batrun CapeTownHow to Manage your Money Like a F*cking Grown-up – by Sam BeckbessingerThe Subtle Art of not Giving a F*ck – Mark MansonSupport the show
Season 3, Episode 11: A conversation with former Iowa Central national champion Eleonora Curtabbi Eleonora takes a break between classes to talk about her journey to Iowa and Fort Dodge for two years and if she likes her current home in Canyon, Texas, better than Fort Dodge. The reigning NCAA Division II steeplechase champion chats about what she thinks about late in races. Eleonora, a native of Turin, Italy, describes why she doesn't join her family in downhill skiing, a popular activity in her home city. She talks about her favorite stadium she had competed in and remembers her memorable races at Division II outdoors last year and cross country nationals four months ago. Eleonora tells of dating a fellow runner for the past four years and why her small apartment is a hub of activity most nights. She also gives insight into her chances of winning a repeat national title in May.



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If you want to lose weight you have to stop eating all “delicious” foods forever and you will suffer every single day.
They use words like suffering, struggling, deprivation, starvation, and white-knuckling it.
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172. Can Losing Weight Be Fun? Most people think that losing weight equals suffering.
If you want to lose weight you have to stop eating all “delicious” foods forever and you will suffer every single day.
They use words like suffering, struggling, deprivation, starvation, and white-knuckling it.
I don’t know about you but all of this sounds pretty terrible to me.
If this is what you think losing weight looks like, then it’s no wonder most people quit.
If you’re suffering every day trying to lose weight, you are doing it wrong.
Today, I’m digging into the concept of making healthy eating and losing weight…fun.
Can losing weight be fun? Armed with the right mindset, I think it can absolutely be fun.
When you’re ready to have some fun in your weight loss journey – join The Coaching Project and get all the support you need to become the healthiest, most badass version of yourself.
Feeling stuck can literally stop you in your tracks, make you lose all motivation, drain you of any willpower you might have had, and make you feel pretty terrible.
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171. Getting Unstuck One of the biggest problems people talk about when they can’t seem to take action toward a goal is feeling like they are stuck.
Feeling stuck can literally stop you in your tracks, make you lose all motivation, drain you of any willpower you might have had, and make you feel pretty terrible.
The solution then becomes pretty simple – get yourself unstuck.
But what does that even mean? How do you get yourself unstuck when you can’t seem to make any progress at all?
What do you do when you feel like you’re unable to do anything?
That’s what I’m here to share with you today.
This episode of the podcast is all about getting unstuck. I’ll share some ideas for getting yourself out of stuck mode and into action mode so you can keep making progress toward all your health and fitness goals.
When you’re finally ready to get yourself unstuck – join the Coaching Project and get all the support you need to become the healthiest, most badass version of yourself.
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Howl Ultrarun On this episode of Running Times, Gagz is joined in studio by friend and listener favorite, Eddie Gieda, along with ultrarunner and bearded wiseman, Michael Koehler.    The trio dissect the cosmic forces that brought them together and ultimately led them to partake in the Howl Ultrarun, a 93-mile spiritual odyssey through NJ & NYC that celebrated the life and legacy of American poet and counterculture icon, Allen Ginsberg.   Later in the conversation, Gagz updates the listeners with a few announcements that you won't want to miss!   Michael is a local photography teacher and ultrarunner who has made the Wissahickon his schoolyard playground. Hear for yourself why Ultrarunning Magazine recently described him as the bearded, wizened soul who runs to a higher vibe.   Eddie is a devotional runner currently ensconced in a 3+ yr streak averaging almost 11 miles per day. He runs for Diadora and is affectionately known as the Cosmic Shuffler. He is also the front man for An Albatross and a treasure within the Philadelphia Running Community.   Please visit  www.ultrarunning.com to read about the Howl Ultrarun.    To learn more about Allen Ginsberg visit  www.allenginsberg.org   To learn more about:    Eddie Gieda visit @ebgiii    Michael Koehler visit @michaelmkoehler    Todd Aydelotte visit @toddaydelotte    Michelle Goldberg visit @mrmribbit   Gagz visit @bdg123    To learn more about Red Bull Wings For Life please visit:  www.wingsforlifeworldrun.com   Running Times with Gagz is proudly sponsored by www.philadelphiarunner.com   Cover photo: Armando Diaz @outtherenj
Waxing Chains with Cole McDaniel of 901 Wax To wax or not to wax, that is the question. Of all the trends in cycling right now, chain waxing seems to be the one we get asked about the most. So, we called on our local chain waxing guru (and engineer) Cole McDaniel to school us all on the pros and cons of waxing your chain. Some of the benefits for your average cyclist and triathlete are pretty staggering, especially when you do the math for long distance events. But, and there are a couple of things to consider, and one major scenario where you might want to pass on fresh hot melt wax. So if you are a cycling enthusiast looking for marginal gains, before you ruin your family's crockpot, sit back, relax and join us for another episode of Coaches on Couches.
Commuting to Pro Cyclist in 14 Months – Mason Schofield Mason Schofield didn't grow up with dreams of becoming a pro cyclist. He really didn't even play sports growing up. But when the pandemic hit and life was in flux, he found joy in getting out on a beater road bike. Soon he found himself working at bike shops and getting into his first Cat 4 races. 14 months later, he's lining up with the best in the US at the American Crit Cup races with his first pro contract. His main goal? Take cycling as far as he can and keep having fun. But we dive into this meteoric rise and we'll find out how his training has changed, how he continues to learn, and how working with Coach Jonny Brown has prepared him for the upcoming season. So if you like a good ole fashion story about dedication and hard work, join us for another episode of Coaches on Couches.
Beatie Deutsch: Pregnancy, Fast Marathons, Shattered Stereotypes This is the story of how Beatie Deutsch, an Israeli and observant orthodox Jewish woman, found her passion and talent for marathon running after becoming the mother of four. Though this journey, she navigates the pregnancy of her fifth child on the road to making marathon racing her full-time career pursuit. (image credit: Kate Rifkind)Beatie Deutsch had always been athletic. But after getting married and having four children in quick succession during her 20s, she realized she’d left that athletic part of herself behind to care for her growing family. In 2015, Beatie decided to make a change and sign up for a marathon. Now, in 2021, Beatie Deutsch is a professional runner, a two-time Israeli National Marathon Champion, and the mother of five. She’s also an orthodox Jewish woman who runs in modest dress. Beatie has become an inspiration to thousands of people and is shattering stereotypes both in her home country and beyond. Ways to follow Beatie DeutschFollow Beatie on Instagram: @marathonmotherLearn about Beatie on her website: beatiedeutsch.comWays to Connect and Engage with Women's Running StoriesInstagram: @womensrunningstoriesTwitter: @WomenRunStoriesWebsite: womensrunningstories.comEmail host Cherie: [email protected]'s Running Stories is a member of the Evergreen network: https://evergreenpodcasts.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Patty Hung: 37 Consecutive Boston Marathons, A New Streak Record Patty Hung, a retired teacher who now works as a pediatric nurse, never set out to run more consecutive Boston Marathons than any other woman. But that's the position she finds herself today. On April 17, 2023, when Patty crosses the finish line at the marathon, she will have completed her 37th consecutive Boston Marathon, more than any other woman in the history of the event. She'll break the record previously set by Andrea Hatch, who last ran the Boston Marathon in 2013.Patty, who was born and raised in Boston but moved to California many decades ago, turned to running marathons during a challenging time in her life: when she was getting through a divorce and figuring out how to raise her three young sons on her own. Training for and running the Boston Marathon became a way to keep her mentally and physically healthy, and to stay connected with family.Here Patty shares her story: her love of running marathons and what's kept her coming back year after year.Patty was part of our Roads to Boston series, which told the running stories of 9 women all the way through to the finish line of the 2021 Boston Marathon.Listen to the Roads to Boston series here: https://womensrunningstories.com/podcast/roads-to-boston-9-runners-1-finish-lineWays to Connect and Engage with Women's Running StoriesInstagram: @womensrunningstoriesTwitter: @WomenRunStoriesWebsite: womensrunningstories.comEmail host Cherie: [email protected] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#76 The 'masters' of their craft! It was an Easter treat of a weekend for sporting fans and 12 months on from their silver success in Beijing Winter Olympics, a gold medal to treasure for the men's Scottish Curling team!Bruce Mouat, Grant Hardie, Bobby Lammie and Hammy McMillan are now World Curling Champions after an outstanding win in Ottawa – rounding off quite the Winter Sport season for Team GB! Michael brings you a full round up…In slightly warmer climbs (!!), well Ponds Forge in Sheffield, some great stories of success for British Swimming in their trials ahead of their World Championships in Japan in July. John has all the headlines…And then there's Wimbledon & the latest tennis news, a European triumph again at Augusta Masters, Judo (when doesn't Michael mention it!), Gymnastics, Diving, Snooker and the London Marathon to come… Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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#77 London Marathon 2023 Special This is Anything but Footy and a London Marathon 2023 special! We hear from the Event Director Hugh Brasher as the historic fundraising and world class race returns to its rightful home in April. We've anything you need to know if you're running it, supporting someone, or watching it on TV!
09:20 Elite Wheelchair start
09:30 Elite Women start
10:00 Elite Men start and Mass start
It's an early start on Sunday – good luck to the thousands of runners!As it's Anything but Footy, we also have an Olympic and Paralympic champion who are running – for the 1st and 9th time respectively! Team GB Curling skip gold medalist Eve Muirhead's charity is Doddie Aid while Richard Whitehead's is the Whitehead Foundation. Please click and give if you can! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Everybody's got something to hide, except for me and my monkey Hey Folks! It's been a little bit since I last posted something here. I've had this "other podcast" taking up my time. That's not a complaint though. Before you ask, yes. I did it again. I think from now on when I don't have an obvious title I'm just going to choose a random song title. Sorry, no monkeys are featured in this episode. Thanks for the download! Time to catch up on what's been going on since we last chatted. Enjoy!
Master's Edition — Kenny Gardner: Change is Good After the devastating loss of his longtime partner, Kenny Gardner got more bad news: he was overweight and diagnosed with diabetes. He had to change his habits from eating junk food as a comfort to finding joy in eating clean and working out. He's also returned to running and plans on conquering his first 50K this fall. As of this recording, he is down 47 pounds and counting.



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Beyond the Finish Line: Oussama El Bouchayby's Journey to Middle-Distance Stardom In this captivating episode of the XLR8 Performance Lab podcast, we sit down with Oussama El Bouchayby, the exceptional middle-distance runner from Angelo State University. Fresh off his record-breaking performance at the Texas Relays, Oussama shares his journey, training techniques, and the mindset that propelled him to victory.We discuss his incredible 800m race, where he set the Texas Relays and school records, and claimed the #2 all-time spot for NCAA Division II. Oussama also reveals what it was like to be the best.Beyond the track, Oussama opens up about his passion for running, the challenges he has faced, and the dedication that fuels his pursuit of greatness. Listen in as we explore the future aspirations of this rising star and the impact he hopes to make on the sport of middle-distance running.Don't miss this inspiring conversation with one of the most promising talents in the running world – tune in now!
2023 BOSTON MARATHON PREVIEW + PREDICTIONS | CJ Albertson, Erika Kemp and Brian Reynolds Interview The oldest annual marathon in the world is almost here! The 127th Boston Marathon will welcome world record holders, first-time racers, and 30,000+ people in between to the starting line in Hopkinton, Massachusetts before they begin the 26-mile trek across eastern Massachusetts to the famous Boylston Street finish line. Both the men’s and women’s pro fields feature historic firsts and legendary talent, as well as an early preview of many of the major players in the hunt to represent Team USA at the 2024 Olympics.
In this episode, Chris Chavez, Kyle Merber and Dana Giordano preview all of the elite race action and share their predictions. We are also joined by 2x U.S. Champion Erika Kemp, 2:10 marathoner CJ Albertson and Brooks double amputee runner Brian Reynolds. We also share our final predictions for the race.
Most importantly, join us live on the CITIUS MAG YouTube channel on Monday morning at 9 a.m. for our squad’s expert race commentary. 
The race kicks off on Monday, April 17th with a 9:37 a.m. start for the pro men, 9:47 a.m. start for the pro women, and a 10:00 a.m. start for the open race (wheelchair pros kick off a little after 9 a.m.). You can follow the action by downloading the BAA Racing app or online (live tracking link not available yet). The race will be broadcast locally on WCVB (ABC) and around the U.S. on ESPN and the ESPN app.
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#179 – Andy Blow | How to Hydrate & Fuel Effectively for Marathon Running Andy Blow is a Sports Scientist and the founder of Precision Fuel & Hydration. Andy was formerly an elite-level triathlete who can count a couple of top-10 IRONMAN finishes and an Xterra Age-Group World title to his name. It was during his racing career that he discovered how personalising your own carb, electrolyte and fluid intake can make such a big difference to performance, and this led to him setting up precisionfuelandhydration.com – a company that specialises in helping athletes nail their fueling and hydration strategies for training and competitions.  Andy has a BSc (Hons) degree in Sport and Exercise Science from the University of Bath, UK. He currently lives in Christchurch, Dorset, in the UK with wife Lucy and their 2 young children Bobby and Bethany. Useful Articles
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Episode 55 – Ian Lawton Returns and the man is one fire! The Two Men on the Run are joined by the on-form In Lawton as he returns to tell all. How at 41 he is having the season of his life taking a 2-minute PB over the Half Marathon in 67:28, a 10km in 30:11 a definitive Cross Country Season and beating lots of younger athletes in the Duathlon and on the roads showing age is only a number.
Nizzy Tha Kidd I Tik Tok, music, future goals an plans and finally talked a little Aussie Slang Hey guys hope you enjoy this weeks episode and what a episode this was this week with the future of Tik Tok and music as today I had the privilege of talking to a rising star coming out all the way from Birmingham, United Kingdom Nizzy Tha Kidd. On the episode today we chatted about the growth of his Tik Tok account with over 2 Million followers, realeasing 2k23 his first ever song and also his future plans and goals for the rest of the year. At the age of 16 this kid has a got a very bright future ahead of him so go and check out Nizzy tha Kidd on Tik Tok and instagram and until next time.
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#63: MAF low heart rate training with 2:44 marathoner Wissam Kheir Thanks to PATH projects and LMNT for sponsoring this video! Visit https://pathprojects.com/FLO to get 10% off any purchase of PATH projects running gear. Visit https://drinklmnt.com/FLO to get your free LMNT sample pack with any purchase. Wissam Kheir has 5 years of MAF low heart rate training experience. We talk about health and race improvements through MAF low HR training and the important psychological aspects of goal setting, self-actualization and building the aerobic base. Watch the full video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/ZyhGgYp3D1I    MORE ABOUT WISSAM Wissam Kheir is a PB Program member who started MAF training in 2018. He is a Clinical Psychologist, Psychotherapist and an Assistant Professor at the Lebanese American University in Beirut, Lebanon. Wissam is also a marathon and ultramarathon runner, swims, bikes and is a self-confessed data freak.   FIND WISSAM HERE: Strava – https://www.strava.com/athletes/20155392 Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/wissamkheir Lebanese American University profile – https://bit.ly/3GMnSCC    YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE:  Podcast: https://extramilest.com/podcast/ My Personal Best Coaching Program: https://www.pbprogram.com/ Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1329785 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/florisgierman Website: https://extramilest.com Website: https://pathprojects.com   CHAPTERS 0:00 Frustrations with MAF low heart rate training 00:02:46 Sponsors: PATH projects, LMNT 00:05:12 welcome Wissam! 00:06:16 from no pain – no gain, to MAF 00:13:19 dealing with early stages of MAF training 00:17:39 running from a psychological perspective
Preparing for your first Marathon: Makena Morley Looking to prepare for your first marathon? Coach Makena Morley talks us through the preparation she put in for her first marathon in Chicago last year where she finished 10th and qualified for the US Olympic Trials Marathon in 2024! Connect with Coach Makena (today's guest): https://www.rundoyen.com/running-coaches/makena-morley/Join the Next Level Running Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nextlevelrunningFollow @RunDoyen for IG Live sessions: https://www.instagram.com/rundoyen/
Episode 92 – Brett Ewing Join us for this episode where we chat with everyone's favorite trail party ambassador, Brett Ewing. Coming from the Hash House Harriers world, Brett is not only an accomplished ultrarunner but also party master and all around fun guy. You know him from his trusty Trail Junkie hat, beaming smile and laid back demeanor. Brett knows the balance between work and play. We have a lot to talk about from falls to donuts. If you don't know him you will after tonight!Brett Ewing's resultshttps://www.hashhouseharriers.com/what-is-hashing/—The Mile 99 Interview | LinktreeYour Hosts: Jessica Harris / Greg Larkin / Mike TurnerThe Mile 99 Interview is creating podcast episodes | PatreonVenmo | The Mile 99 InterviewIntro/outro music: Joseph McDade – Elevation: https://josephmcdade.com/music/elevationSupport the show
I’m going to tell you a story that goes along with dinner. 
Believe it or not. One time we went out to a restaurantwith a bunch of friends. 
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Plantar wart treatment options in runners WARNING: You may not want to listen to this topic while you're eating.
I'm going to tell you a story that goes along with dinner. 
Believe it or not. One time we went out to a restaurantwith a bunch of friends. 
A member of our dinner party took off his shoes and he said, "Hey, what do you think of this?" He was literally showing me warts on the feet right there in the restaurant.
Plantar warts are on the bottom of the foot. Warts on the feet can be difficult to treat because the skin is so thick. 
To make matters worse, he had a more severe type of warts called mosaic warts. They were all over the feet. That makes treatment even more difficult.
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast, we're talking about plantar wart treatment options in runners.
That video was explaining how using crutches for a short period of time can help injured runners. 
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How long should I use crutches? Today's episode comes from a question posted as a YouTube video comment. 
That video was explaining how using crutches for a short period of time can help injured runners. 
I wasn't talking about months of crutches, not many weeks, but a short period of time to try to accelerate the process of healing over-training injuries.
In the comments someone posted and said, "How long would you use crutches for this…?" 
How long should I use crutches? 
Well, that's a million-dollar question!  And that's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.
Coaching Corral: How to Plan Your Yearly Trail Race Calendar Step inside the Coaching Corral and find out what you need to know about how to plan your yearly race calendar from Coach Melody Bateman @pinetreerunner, Coach Greg Sisengrath @ultraninjarunnr, and Coach Jeff Harrell @jeffharrellyo.We look at "A" races – how many should you have and how much time to prepare?  How about "B" races?  Where should those go in my training.  And "C" races…what about those?  Can I race too much?  Too little?This is our third installment of Coaching Corral and we hope it provides the Big Ass Runner Herd with some additional value as you navigate your training.  And don't worry, the Big Ass Runner will still drop every Monday as it has for the last 2 ½ years.   This is bonus content!Welcome to the Coaching Corral!New YouTube channel ->YouTubeBigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Shorts Liners and Socks from XOSkin, discount code "BAR" for 10% offWe recommend Woman's apparel and Rain jackets from Janji discount code "BAR15" for 15% offWe recommend Blaze Trails for races in the greater north Texas area We recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketWe recommend Chafing Cream at Salty Britches, discount code "bigassrunner" for 20% offWe recommend Nutrition Guidance with NutriworksStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Cinnamon Bear" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
A Run Streak You Must Hear About & Do We Get Marcie Bazor to Run? Let's talk about run streaks and hear from both Candace Burt and Outside Magazine on their current running streaks.  And, is there a Clydesdale streak in the future?  Find out in segment one. And in segment two, Marcie Bazor is back and we find out what activities Marcie may dislike more than running.  Is that possible?  It's a funny, and shocking, segment.New YouTube channel ->YouTubeBigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Shorts Liners and Socks from XOSkin, discount code "BAR" for 10% offWe recommend Woman's apparel and Rain jackets from Janji discount code "BAR15" for 15% offWe recommend Blaze Trails for races in the greater north Texas area We recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketWe recommend Chafing Cream at Salty Britches, discount code "bigassrunner" for 20% offWe recommend Nutrition Guidance with NutriworksStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Cinnamon Bear" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
Episode #100: Swim Progression From Sharpening Up to Open Water Mastery Coach Gerry is in the hot seat answering questions about the TOWER 26 season long progression in which he hones in on the current phases of training, the Sharpening Phase and the Open Water Skill Building Phase. The Workout of the Episode is given swim video analysis is executed, and the listener questions are answered.   Go to coaching.tower26.com to subscribe to the TOWER 26 Swim Subscription Plan Go to www.training.tower26.com to join the TOWER 26 Triathlon Training Program For Swim Video Analysis email: [email protected] To ask questions to be answered ON-AIR, tweet @Tower_26 or email the show at [email protected]. To listen to the show, subscribe to the TOWER 26 newsletter, read the Tower 26 blog, or to see what Tower 26 is up to, go to www.TOWER26.com All information and content heard/disseminated on the "Tower 26-Be Race Ready Podcast" is property of TOWER 26 and shall not be copied, retransmitted, or rebroadcast without TOWER 26 consent.
Identity and Eating Disorders in Ultramarathon with Maddy Palermo | KoopCast Episode 174 Maddy is a 5th-year doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at the University of South Florida, where she is working with Dr. Diana Rancourt within the DEPTH lab. Her dedication to understanding disordered eating behaviors among athletes began while completing a joint BS/MS degree at Drexel University. Maddy will be transitioning to complete her clinical internship year this July at the UCSD Eating Disorders Center. Currently, her research interests include: 1) examining identity as a risk factor for maladaptive exercise behaviors and 2) understanding the role of peer exercise norms on the development of maladaptive exercise. Her long-term interests include furthering eating disorder research and treatment by developing identity-focused interventions for use with both athletes and individuals with maladaptive exercise.Twitter: @maddy_palermoLab Website: https://sites.google.com/view/depthlabusf/homeAcademy for Eating Disorders: https://www.aedweb.org/expert-directoryFemale Athlete Conference: https://www.femaleathleteconference.com/Buy Training Essentials for Ultrarunning on Amazon or Audible.Information on coaching-https://trainright.com/Koop’s Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
Supplements for Ultrarunning with Brady Holmer PhD (c) and Examine.com | KoopCast Episode 175 Brady earned his bachelor’s degree (with honors) from Northern Kentucky University and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Florida, where he’s researching the effects of exercise and sleep deprivation on cardiovascular health. His other research interests include low-carb/keto diets, intermittent fasting, and how lifestyle can be used to optimize performance, health, and longevity.He’s a former Division I collegiate runner and is still an “endurance junkie” who loves to rack up miles on a run or bicycle. Brady spends his free time working on his podcast (Science & Chill) or hanging out with his wife and dog at breweries, where he often plays Scrabble. He also loves reading, but the “unread” section of his bookshelf grows faster than the “read” section.His comfort foods are a spoonful of peanut butter, chili (no beans!), ribeye steak, and dark chocolate (especially when dipped in peanut butter).Examine.comBuy Training Essentials for Ultrarunning on Amazon or Audible.Research Essentials for Ultrarunning: https://www.jasonkoop.com/research-essentials-for-ultrarunningInformation on coaching-https://trainright.com/Koop’s Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
Episode 329 – Winter Waffle This week, Mel was camouflaged and Olly was where he (almost) always is. We apologise for the late (not April Fools related) release, as excitement mounts for palm23. There’s Dazza’s, CCR stats, and a really riveting Rachel rundown.
Episode 167: You Don’t Need Orthotics and Don’t Have Plantar Fasciitis You Don’t Need Orthotics and Don’t Have Plantar Fasciitis  – The MOVEMENT Movement with Steven Sashen Episode 167 with Dr. Stephen Gangemi  Dr. Stephen Gangemi is the founder and creator of the natural health care method, Systems Health Care. He has been in practice since 1998 and opened the Systems Health Care office in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in June of 2018. Steve's practice utilizes various holistic methods to help return a person to health as quickly as possible. He has been trained in the fields of functional neurology, biochemistry, acupressure meridian therapies, applied kinesiology as well as dietary, exercise and lifestyle modification methods. If you could sum up in a few words the most apt definition perhaps would be “complementary medicine” or “holistic health care.”  Steve doesn't use the word “alternative” because for him, his family and for many of his patients, this type of health care is not alternative; it is the only one they follow. Conventional medicine is their alternative. It is there if/when they need it in times of crisis only. Therefore, the range of people who come to Steve include software engineers, professors, homeschooling moms and dads (and their kids), professional hockey players, dancers, and soccer players including athletes and coaches from both Duke and the University of North Carolina. Many of his patients also travel from other states or internationally to see him in his office. Listen to this episode of The MOVEMENT Movement with Stephen Gangemi who dispels the myth of orthotics and plantar fasciitis. Here are some of the beneficial topics covered on this week’s show: – How orthotics are more harmful than they are helpful for most people. – Why strengthening your core requires strengthening your feet and their connection to the ground. – How there is no fascia on the bottom of your foot, and why that matters. – Why your feet are a great reflection of your overall health. – How feet adjust to barefoot running over time and get used to encountering the elements. Connect with Steve: Guest Contact Info Twitter@TheSockDoc Instagram@drgangemi Facebookfacebook.com/thesockdoc Links Mentioned:sock-doc.com drgangemi.com   Connect with Steven: Website Xeroshoes.com Jointhemovementmovement.com Twitter@XeroShoes Instagram@xeroshoes Facebookfacebook.com/xeroshoes
Episode 168: Walk Across America? He did… Walk Across America? He did…  – The MOVEMENT Movement with Steven Sashen Episode 168 with Jonathon Stalls  Jonathon Stalls (he, his) spent 242 days walking across the United States in 2010 and has continued to move alongside thousands of people for thousands of miles. He identifies as a 'walking artist' with his creative project, Intrinsic Paths. He also founded Walk2Connect in 2012. His work currently moves in the realms of pen and ink drawing, writing and poetry, storytelling with the Pedestrian Dignity project, economic and racial justice organizing, training walk event leaders, guiding meditative practices, and creating long-distance walking routes. His first book, WALK – Slow Down, Wake Up & Connect at 1-3 Miles Per Hour (North Atlantic Books) was released on August 16, 2022. He is gay/queer and resides primarily in Denver, CO. Visit IntrinsicPaths.com and "Intrinsic Paths" on Patreon.com to learn more about his creative work.  Listen to this episode of The MOVEMENT Movement with Jonathon Stalls about walking across America.  Here are some of the topics covered on this week’s show: – How you want a lighter backpack when you’re taking longer hikes. – How your life doesn’t have to revolve around how much money you’re going to make. – How people of all ages walk across America and have built a community together. – How your body will find it’s rhythm and communicate with you when something is off while you’re walking. – How it’s important to listen to body so it can train itself to do what you want it to do. Connect with Jonathon: Guest Contact Info Twitter@jonathonstalls @walk2connect Instagram@jstallz @intrinsicpaths @walk2connect @natlanticbooks Facebookfacebook.com/intrinsicpaths facebook.com/walk2connect Links Mentioned:IntrinsicPaths.com   Connect with Steven: Website Xeroshoes.com Jointhemovementmovement.com Twitter@XeroShoes Instagram@xeroshoes Facebookfacebook.com/xeroshoes
Paris Olympics – Podcasts are back Hopefully more podcasts coming, but nice little update to kick things of.Support the show
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Julian continues to train with Ellie and considers different approaches to marathon training.
Brady jogs through the week in managing a sore hamstring.
Brad has his best week of the year jogging through the rain at Mulligan’s.


Jess Hull joins the podcast to recap her performances at the National Track & Field Championships up at Brisbane, winning both the 1500m and 5000m National Titles, adding to the 3000m Championship won at the Sydney Track Classic. Jess talks about race tactics of both races as well as the training setup while she’s in Australia and the support she gets from her dad. Conversation rounds out with her plans and goals for the year ahead.
 
Jessica Hull won the Women’s 1500m in a meet record of 4:04.19, taking the win ahead of Abby Caldwell and Linden Hall. Callum Davies over Cam Myers and Matt Ramsden
Jessica Hull backed up by also dominating the 5000m ahead of Rose Davies and Leanne Pompeani. Callum Davies also won a second national title in the Men’s 5000m in a tight contest, just ahead of Jack Bruce and James Hansen. 
Catriona Bisset won the 800m title in 1:58.32 over Ellie Sanford. Riley McGowan won the men’s 800m.
Ben Buckingham took the national Steeplechase title edging over Matt Clarke to even the ledger from the Brisbane Track Classic. Cara Feain-Ryan took the title over Georgia Winkcup in a dramatic finish.
Full 2023 National Track & Field Championship Results
 
Tim Vincent won the half marathon in the Hobart Airport Marathon in 63:52, ahead of Joel Tobin-White in his comeback race. Ruth Wilson was the first woman across in 85:05. Dion Finochiarro and Milly Clark were the first across the line in the marathon.
Hobart Airport Marathon Results
 
Hellen Obiri was added to the Boston Marathon Elite Field after winning the NYC Half Marathon.
Runners World
 
Eilish McColgan breaks the UK Half Marathon running 65:43 at Berlin Half Marathon, three weeks out from her impending debut in the London Marathon

Moose is half on the Loose about the promotional material associated with sports governing bodies.

 

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This week’s episode of the Inside Running podcast is proudly sponsored by ASICS.
Energise your runs with their SUPERBLAST™ shoe, stacked with their bounciest, lightest FF BLAST™ TURBO foam technology for a supercharged ride.
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This week’s episode of the Inside Running podcast is proudly sponsored by ASICS.
Energise your runs with their SUPERBLAST™ shoe, stacked with their bounciest, lightest FF BLAST™ TURBO foam technology for a supercharged ride.
Visit www.asics.com.au or your specialty running store to grab your pair today.
Brad tries to scout well-lit training locations, then posts his biggest training week in
Julian shelves a polarising shoe as his weekly recap gets interrupted.
Brady gets back into workouts managing the hamstring


Claudia Hollingsworth takes the 1000m Invitational off 10m over Jessica Hull and Linden Hall. Mitchell Longhorne was the winner of the IRP favourite Herb Heedeman Invitational 1600.
Stawell Gift Results
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World 3000m Steeplechase Champion Norah Jeruto of Kazakhstan was banned for doping after violations in her Athlete Biological Passport were discovered.
Let’s Run Report

The boys give a review of the Asics Superblast with how they’ve used the shoe and how much they’re enjoying the ride. Listener Question of the week asks what are the early warning signs to look for in a marathon, then Moose on the Loose people who dish out a fast easy run but can’t return serve.
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David Kilgore | NYC-Based Ultra Runner on Winning 7 Marathons on 7 Continents in 7 Days In this episode Emma sits down with David Kilgore, the NYC-based ultra runner who most recently won the World Marathon Challenge – 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days. They talk about how he got into running growing up in Florida, NCAA experience, NYC running culture, his awesome sponsors Pit Viper & Red Bull, working a full-time job for On & more. Follow David on Instagram at @davidkilgore!You can find Emma on Instagram at @emmaabrahamson and on her YouTube Channel. Follow Convos Over Cold Brew Podcast on Instagram at @convosovercoldbrewpod.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
#523 – Nigel Mcgregor: The Power of Dedication Nigel Mcgregor is a testament to the power of hard work and dedication. Not merely in running, but in all areas of life.14 years ago, Nigel ran is first marathon in 5:21 and it was a huge accomplishment. In the preceding years Nigel worked full-time driving a delivery truck while going to night-school in a full-time capacity to become an engineer. After the job and the school work Nigel would head out on his nightly run. Those runs would often end at or after midnight. This man was dedicated to his goals – no question about that.Today, Nigel is a masters runner with marathon PR of 2:56. He has run dozens and dozens of marathons and "marathon runner" is a part of his identity he embraces and cultivates. In this episode we talk about his amazing journey and finish with a fun conversation about his beloved Boston Marathon (he's about to run his fourth!).You can follow Nigel at www.instagram.com/nmarvelous212.Sponsor:This episode is sponsored by UCAN nutrition which is powered to deliver steady, long lasting energy without the spike and crash. Add in UCAN Hydrate to get those electrolytes that you need to stay hydrated. Finally, you've got to try the award winning Edge energy gels – they are my go-to on the run. You will get 20% of all of your orders at ucan.co with code RAMBLING._ _ _ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#524 – Cole Crosby: First to Complete the Speed Project OG Route Solo from LA to Vegas (346 miles) Cole Crosby recently completed something that has never been done – a solo run on the original relay route (OG route) from LA to Vegas as part of The Speed Project. TSP is typically reserved for team efforts but Cole wanted more. Much more. After years of testing his limits, including the Cocodona 250 last spring, he had his sights set on Vegas.Cole puts it best in his Instagram post from March 29:"The TSP solo adventure was earth-shattering. Mother Nature threw everything at us: rain, sleet, wind, sand storms, heat, sun, mud, and yet we never faltered.I finally showed what I am capable of as an athlete. 346 miles averaging paces between 10-13 minute miles, tackling whatever obstacle was in our way. Our team grew stronger and deeper as the journey went on until the last 5,000 foot climb and the sprint downhill into Vegas.This journey to me is what an OG stands for. It’s not about taking the shortest route but rather the longest. It’s about fighting adversity and not showing weakness. It’s about gaining the beauty and inspiration in the harsh desert landscape. It’s about rising above when others crumble. It’s about teamwork, solitude and the burning desire to do great for others.
346 miles run
17,000k of vert
92 hours 57 minutes
1 runner, 3 crew aka family
That’s OG!
I hope this run inspires you to take on this challenge. Because records are meant to be broken. But what I hold up high is that there will only ever be 1 OG Solo runner to be the first to complete the route and OG crew that got me to the sign. And for that experience I will cherish those moments forever."You can follow Cole at www.instagram.com/colecrosby41.Sponsors:Thank you to Lagoon for sponsoring this episode and for their truly amazing pillows! Take their two minute quiz and learn which pillow is perfect for you and the way you sleep at https://lagoonsleep.com/rambling and save 15% by using code RAMBLING at checkout.Vacation Races is a running and travel company that helps people explore and enjoy the most scenic places on earth. They host half marathons, ultramarathons and trail running festivals at national parks around the country and multi-day running adventures all over the world! Use our codes to save serious money at www.vacationraces.com on these incredible adventures:

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#525 – Training Talk LIVE with Peter Bromka Last Monday we had our inaugural Training Talk LIVE call on Relay and it was everything we hoped it would be! More specifically, it was a space for Relay subscribers and creators to have an informal chat about our training, racing, goals, and challenges with plenty of fun randomness thrown into the mix.We will be doing this every Monday at 2pm est so come join us! Relay is a collaborative of elite runners and running content creators publishing high-end writing, audio/podcasts, and video. These pieces provide insight, knowledge, and entertainment to dedicated runners. Relay has some of the most collaborative and creative work in the running industry that is sure to impact runners of all abilities.The Relay team consists of amazing people like Kara Goucher, Peter Bromka, Mike "Kofuzi" Ko, Stefanie Flippin, Lindsey Hein, and Marcus Brown.In addition to great content, Relay also provides full financial transparency. For $9 a month subscribers get the most creative and collaborative running content on the internet. All of the Relay creators split our revenue evenly so you know exactly where your money is going.Visit Relay today: www.patreon.com/relaySponsor:This episode is sponsored by UCAN nutrition which is powered to deliver steady, long lasting energy without the spike and crash. Add in UCAN Hydrate to get those electrolytes that you need to stay hydrated. Finally, you've got to try the award winning Edge energy gels – they are my go-to on the run. You will get 20% of all of your orders at ucan.co with code RAMBLING._ _ _ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#526 – A New Olympic Trials Qualifying Focused Marathon! The magic of the 2020 Olympic Trials we more than just race itself. It was also in the journey to that day. The years of training and leading to America's best runners putting it on the line to qualify for the trials. With that in mind we are introducing a new race hoping to help America's best reach their full potential.The Bakline's McKirdy Micro! The vision for this marathon is to be an OTQ/Olympic Standard marathon event.The course – Rockland Lake State Park is a truly flat and fast course. Newly paved… the surface is incredibly quick. It will also have a clearly marked tangent line along the ENTIRE 2.945 mile loop. Certification – The event is currently USATF certified and USATF Sanctioned. The World Athletics certification is in processing and is a mere formality. For any athletes looking for an Olympic Standard (American or international) this race will count for that achievement and for world rankings.Pacers: 
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2:10:00 (if needed/requested)
2:17:59
2:26:00 (if needed/requested)
2:30:00 (if needed/requested)
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Prize Purse – They have committed to at least a $10,000 prize purse! The vision of the race is a time standard… not a "race for place." With this in mind there is going to host a shared prize purse concept. They will evenly distribute the prize purse to all who earn the OTQ/Olympic standard. (International athletes are included)Registration Launch – Registration will launch next week (After Boston – Wednesday/Thursday). Visit www.mckirdytrained.com to register.We encourage all athletes considering this event to register. Even if using the race was a "back up event." Having the option to race Bakline's McKirdy Micro allows an athlete to swap out in case they are presented with poor conditions in Chicago or other races in the window. Their only aim in this event is service for what is best for the athletes. Sponsors:Thank you to Lagoon for sponsoring this episode and for their truly amazing pillows! Take their two minute quiz and learn which pillow is perfect for you and the way you sleep at https://lagoonsleep.com/rambling and save 15% by using code RAMBLING at checkout.Vacation Races is a running and travel company that helps people explore and enjoy the most scenic places on earth. They host half marathons, ultramarathons and trail running festivals at national parks around the country and multi-day running adventures all over the world! Use our codes to save serious money at www.vacationraces.com on these incredible adventures:

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MWM Episode 66 – Stop Trying and Start Training Stop Trying and Start Training. Thoughts on life goals. Use the lessons we learn in training for our races in life.Create, small, measurable, daily habits that will get you to your goal. Train, don't try.
MWM Episode 67 – Overcoming Perceived Limitations Don't let your mindset limit your potential!
Ep 67 Highlights Show – Ricki Wynne – on his way to the Trail World Championships Welcome to the Highlights Show of Episode 67 of the Trail Running Ireland Podcast!On last weeks show we welcomed winner of the Maurice Mullins 80k Trial Race for the World Championships in Austria in June, Ricki Wynne for one of the most inspiring interviews you´ll hear this year.Everybody get your running gear on, lets go!https://www.patreon.com/trailrunningirelandpodcast
Dajo Sanders, PhD | EP#384 Dajo Sanders is a coach at Ineos Grenadiers and a sports scientist with Maastricht University. Dajo's primary research focus is related to performance, event demands and characteristics of professional road cyclists.      IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Dajo's coaching philosophy and methodology -His role and responsibilities at Ineos Grenadiers -Volume, intensity, recovery, periodisation, testing and more -The most important research that informs Dajo's work -What can amateurs learn from the training of pro cyclists, and what should they do differently?  -How to maximise your training on a limited time budget SHOWNOTES: https://scientifictriathlon.com/tts384/ SCIENTIFIC TRIATHLON AND THAT TRIATHLON SHOW WEBPAGE: www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/ SPONSORS: FORM Smart Swim Goggles give you unprecedented real-time feedback in your swim training through a display on the goggle lens. See every split to stay on pace, track your stroke rate and don't let it drop, use heart rate to become more scientific and precise with your training (through integration with Polar HR monitors) and analyse more in-depth metrics post-swim in the app. You can also use a vast library of workouts or training plans, or build your own guided workouts. Get 15% off the goggles with the code TTS15 on formswim.com/tts.  ZEN8 – The ZEN8 Indoor Swim Trainer is a unique Dryland Swim Trainer that allows you to improve technique, power, and swim training consistency. With the trainer you can do specific power and technique work, including working on your catch and core activation, and it helps you stay consistent even if you don’t have much time to train. Get the special Zen8 x TTS bundle including the Swim Trainer and a number of ZEN8 training plans and on-demand workouts on zen8swimtrainer.com/tts. LINKS AND RESOURCES: Dajo's Twitter, Research Gate and Instagram Training talk with Louis Delahaije | EP#301 How World Tour cyclists train, and a discussion on training load with Teun van Erp, PhD | EP#250 Past Cycling-related episodes on That Triathlon Show The Science of Running – book by Steve Magness RATE AND REVIEW: If you enjoy the show, please help me out by subscribing, rating and reviewing: www.scientifictriathlon.com/rate/ CONTACT: Want to send feedback, questions or just chat? Email me at [email protected] or connect on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
Q&A on run training (part 1) | EP#385 Mikael and James Teagle answer listener questions on the topic of run training for triathlon.       IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Long-term strategies for improving running speed -Marathon preparation tips and strategies -Run training structure for various triathlon race distances and scenarios -How long should brick runs be for half and full distance triathlon? -Pacing in mountain/trail running -Using hills in training -Running, walking, or standing recoveries between intervals -Techy stuff: run power meters and lactate testing SHOWNOTES: https://scientifictriathlon.com/tts385/ SCIENTIFIC TRIATHLON AND THAT TRIATHLON SHOW WEBPAGE: www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/ SPONSORS: Precision Fuel & Hydration help athletes perform at their best through their online tools, patented Sweat Test and range of electrolytes and fueling products. Use the free Fuel & Hydration Planner and receive a personalised plan for your carbohydrate, sodium and fluid intake. If you want further help, book a free 20-minute video consultation to chat through your plan. Listen out for the code in today's show to get 15% off your first order of PF&H electrolytes and fueling products. If you missed the code, just email [email protected]. ZEN8 – The ZEN8 Indoor Swim Trainer is a unique Dryland Swim Trainer that allows you to improve technique, power, and swim training consistency. With the trainer you can do specific power and technique work, including working on your catch and core activation, and it helps you stay consistent even if you don’t have much time to train. Get the special Zen8 x TTS bundle including the Swim Trainer and a number of ZEN8 training plans and on-demand workouts on zen8swimtrainer.com/tts. LINKS AND RESOURCES: Q&A on bike training | EP#381 Q&A on swim training | EP#377 Q&A on season planning, goal setting, and personal limiters | EP#372 Q&A episode archive James Teagle RATE AND REVIEW: If you enjoy the show, please help me out by subscribing, rating and reviewing: www.scientifictriathlon.com/rate/ CONTACT: Want to send feedback, questions or just chat? Email me at [email protected] or connect on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
234: The Trap of Sally Czar Traprock 50K looks stacked and its gonna be Hot! We take a look at "Whats up in the West" Talk some Boston Marathon, and recap the 4th Annual Hoppin Hodges 50K! We got our audio back this week! We also enjoy playing a call to the Cultra Karaoke Hotline 203-Dog-Gent, Talk about gambling and Ultra Running, and so much more. We then have a discussion about Kara Goucher and Nike.   If you or someone you know is a victim of abuse please seek professional help. Sign up to run or volunteer at Lake Waramaug sign up for the Cultra Monkey Aid Station! Get your official Cultra Clothes and other Cultra TRP PodSwag at our store! Steve Magnus Davey Crocket's Book on Frank Hart Outro music by Nick Byram Become a Cultra Crew Patreon Supporter  basic licker.  If you lick us, we will most likely lick you right back Cultra Facebook Fan Page Go here to talk shit and complain and give us advice that we wont follow Cultra Trail Running Instagram Don't watch this with your kids Twitter @BlueBlazeRunner Sign up for a race at Live Loud Running and feel better Buy Fred's Book Running Home More Information on the #CUT112
Brian Metzler | Trail Running Journalism, Sports Marketing Changes, UTMB Evolution Brian Metzler is an award-winning sports journalist, writer, and photographer from Boulder, Colorado, who has produced storytelling content for publications like Outside, Trail Runner, Runner’s World, Competitor, and Sports Illustrated, as well as several books, including “Kicksology: The Hype, Science, Culture and Cool of Running Shoes”  and “Trail Running Illustrated”. We discuss the value of endurance sports journalism, how sports marketing is changing, creating trail running fans, and the evolution of UTMB. Timestamps:(1:06) – the content preferences of trail running fans(12:39) – marketing trail running to a broader audience(29:19) – “trail running is the future” for some shoe companies(37:11) – concerns about the growth of the sport(44:32) – shakeups in the trail running event landscape(56:00) – it is better for a few athletes to dominate or have more mystery in the results(62:16) – doping in trail and ultra running(82:08) – if and when we’ll see a media outlet dedicated to pro trail running(88:54) – the value of trail running journalismDiscounts:Rabbit – use code Singletrack20 at checkout on their website (https://www.runinrabbit.com/discount/SINGLETRACK20) to get 20% off your next orderHVMN – use code Singletrack20 at checkout on their website (https://hvmn.com/SINGLETRACK20) to get 20% off your next orderTrails and Tarmac – get $120 off your first 3 months of coaching (https://trailsandtarmac.com/get-in-touch/)Links:Brian's website, Instagram, and StravaFollow Finn on Strava, Instagram, and TwitterSupport the show
2023 Lake Sonoma 50 Preview | Analysis, Storylines, Hot Takes, Predictions 6 spots for the USA 80K Mountain & Trail Running Team are on the line in a certified barn burner of a race this coming Saturday at the Lake Sonoma 50 and I’m joined by Brett Hornig and Leah Yingling to break it all down. We analyze the course, talk about success factors, note the interesting storylines, and make predictions for the female and male top-3 finishers this year.Who’s making the USA 80K team and racing at Innsbruck, Austria in June?Discounts:Rabbit – use code Singletrack20 at checkout on their website (https://www.runinrabbit.com/discount/SINGLETRACK20) to get 20% off your next orderHVMN – use code Singletrack20 at checkout on their website (https://hvmn.com/SINGLETRACK20) to get 20% off your next orderTrails and Tarmac – get $120 off your first 3 months of coaching (https://trailsandtarmac.com/get-in-touch/)Timestamps:(2:44) – what makes Lake Sonoma interesting this year(15:17) – women's field analysis, predictions(37:32) – men's field analysis, predictions(63:01) – final thoughts Links:Follow Brett on Instagram and StravaFollow Leah on Instagram and StravaFollow Finn on Instagram and StravaSupport the show
Long Run Archives #12 | Pro Trail Running Leagues, Ultrarunning Bets, Underrated Training Locations I am joined by Brett Hornig to recap the Lake Sonoma 50, discuss the new UTMB-Outside live-streaming partnership, and debate the practicality of gambling, leagues, and agents in pro trail running. Discounts:Rabbit – use code Singletrack20 at checkout on their website (https://www.runinrabbit.com/discount/SINGLETRACK20) to get 20% off your next orderHVMN – use code Singletrack20 at checkout on their website (https://hvmn.com/SINGLETRACK20) to get 20% off your next orderTrails and Tarmac – get $120 off your first 3 months of coaching (https://trailsandtarmac.com/get-in-touch/)Timestamps:(0:29) – perfect trail running towns(6:43) – Lake Sonoma 50 recap(25:28) – Outside/UTMB livestream partnership(31:32) – is gambling coming to trail running?(43:45) – Marvin Bracy Citius Mag interview(65:18) – should pro trail runners have agents?(78:49) – Michael Johnson’s tweet on future of pro runningAdditional Links:Follow Finn on Instagram, Strava, Twitter, Youtube, and PatreonFollow Brett on Instagram, Strava, Youtube, and The FeedAdditional Episodes You May Enjoy:Long Run Archives #11 | Trail Running Scams, Breaking 14 Project, Hologram PacersSupport the show
147. The Science of Overload Training, High-Carb Fueling, and New Caffeine Study! We brought a jubilant energy to this episode, countering a lack of sleep with a surplus of caffeinated gels! The main training topic was on overload training blocks, which consist consist of volume and/or intensity increases that last anywhere from a couple days to multiple weeks. We review some fascinating studies indicating that overloads may spur breakthroughs, but can also lead to disaster. How do you thread that needle? That's where the science meets art, and where things get REALLY FUN. Rules are meant to be broken! We also discussed how endurance limitations are often just fueling limitations, and why experimenting with higher carbohydrate intakes during activity could change how you think about your physiology. Carbs make champions!
And that was just the start of the excitement! Other topics: a new study on caffeine and health, the relationship between running cadence and endurance, the importance of inclusion, how to think about cross-training, the 48-hour world record, bloodwork and the relation with intensity distribution, why you need to dial in your Zone 2 effort, a question on shoe cushioning for long races, a book recommendation, and much more!
We also discuss the very real, very scientific evidence for why we are entering the GREATEST TIMELINE in the multiverse. It involves kung fu… and something else we probably shouldn't type in an episode description. You'll see, and we think you'll agree.
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148. Zone 2 Training Explained, The Importance of Iron, and Overcoming Fatigue! The most fun time of our week is here: podcast Tuesday! The main training topic was on Zone 2, focusing on what it is and how to find it for yourself. If you're anything like us, understanding the metabolic and aerobic physiology will explain so much about training theory, and you'll get way faster in the process. Zone 2 is like Hansel, it's so hot right now. We also talked about some nuances of iron intake, and how appropriate supplementation can CHANGE YOUR LIFE. Did we give a multivitamin containing iron to our baby Leo as a case study? Yes! Is he is ready to take on the baby Tour de France? You betcha! Get the padded baby shorts ready.
And you better believe that was just the beginning! Other topics: 3 TV show recommendations, how to encourage adaptation through fatigue, what comes after overload training, a bunch of thoughts on the Gorge trail races, why philosopher Eckhart Tolle is our favorite running coach, some thoughts on artificial intelligence (it makes a great DJ!), the importance of celebrating yourself, and so much more. The episode finishes with a beautiful listener email, so make sure you stick around for that inspiration!
As Coach Eckhart says: "On a deeper level you are already complete, and when you realize that, there is a playful, joyous energy behind what you do." Do you think he likes hill strides and pizza? We bet he does! Does he coach babies for bike races? He does now! YOU ALL COMPLETE US.
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149. The Art and Science of Strides, High Carbohydrate Intake Principles, and Hormonal Tracking! The most exciting time of our week is here: podcast Tuesday! The main training topic was on the trend of increasing carbohydrate intake during activity, sometimes to extreme levels around 120 grams per hour (480 calories!). We review some of the science of how glycogen levels relate to fatigue processes, along with GI considerations and our own personal experiences. Is it the next frontier of fueling, or a passing fad that will cause more DNFs than breakthroughs? The jury is out, but the carbs are in. We also talked about the principles of strides: what they are, how they work, and why they can lead to astronomical progress. There is a speed beast within all of us! And that speed beast may be farting a lot from all those carbs.
Plus, we did something extra special with this episode and answered lots of listener questions! Our podcast audience is so smart, so kind, so awesome. Topics: pre-race nerves, the Lake Sonoma 50 Miler, the physiology of celebrating yourself, the Paris Roubaix bike race, on-course nutrition, cross training doubles, how to approach injuries during training, and considerations for hormonal tracking. There were tons of deep dives into the coolest concepts! And as usual, there were some extra shallow dives as well.
Remember: Overnight success stories are years in the making. Let's make those years full of celebration! And sweet dance moves! But you gotta keep the glycogen high in the hips to avoid booty cramps.
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Strength Training, Chafing, and Bloody Feet with Jacob and Melody | S4E14 Jacob and Melody have a BIG accouncement in this episode that you're not going to want to miss. They also give an update on their training and what they have learned recently. Some of the topics they cover are: strength training, blister management, chafing, and more!This is the first episode of "The Runner's Corner" where they answer questions, sent in by YOU! If you'd like to send us a question (seriously, it can be about whatever you want!) DM Jacob and Melody on instagram or e-mail them at [email protected].~Leave us a review!~Click here to leave a review on appleClick here to rate us on Spotify _____________________________________________________________________________________________Related Links:Learn more about Mike Mcknight (Jacob's current coach)TRN episode about running before/during/and after pregnancyWhat is Your Why with Jacob and Melody (S4E5)***FREE Strength Program for Runners__________________________________________________________________________________________Other Links:Support Trail to 100 here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/905920/supportPrivate coaching/personalized workout plans for beginner trail&ultra runners (5k-ultra): @thepinetreerunnerUtah real-estate agent who helps runners find a home near running trails: Jacob Bateman | Exit Realty Affinity | Bountiful, UT Real Estate | 385-314-1016 (ihouseelite.com)Self-Defense Course for runners: Run Without Fear | Melody Bateman's School (teachable.com)Our Instagram page: Melody and Jacob Bateman (@trailto100) • Instagram photos and videosJoin our beginner trail running community on Facebook: Trail to 100 | Facebook______________________________________________________________________________________________
"Either I learn or I win" with Ryan Head | S4E15 Join us for another TWO PART podcast, where we interview Ryan Head BEFORE his first 100 mile race and AFTER his first 100 mile race. Ryan shares his story about how he got into running in the first place (and lost 75lbs), and eventually how he became an ultrarunner. In this episode, you'll get some training tools, some life advice, and will learn a little bit more about mental health and about the mental game of ultrarunning. It's one you're not going to want to miss.~Leave us a review!~Click here to leave a review on appleClick here to rate us on SpotifyAdvice from Ryan for a runner who DNF'd:-It's okay-There's no shame-There's so much more to learn when you don't accomplish your goals-It doesn't have to define you-Don't forget about the things that matter____________________________________________________________________________________________ Ryan's Links:Ryan's Instagram: @ry_headRyan's FacebookRyan's Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/32951273_______________________________________________________________________________________Related Episodes and other links:Scarecrow runner tells his story of DNF-ing his first two 100 mile race attempts: "If at irst you don't succeed, try, try again" with the Scarecrow Runner | S4E13Life in a Day documentary on YouTube_____________________________________________________________________________________________Other Links:Support Trail to 100 here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/905920/supportPrivate coaching/personalized workout plans for beginner trail&ultra runners (5k-ultra): @thepinetreerunnerUtah real-estate agent who helps runners find a home near running trails: Jacob Bateman | Exit Realty Affinity | Bountiful, UT Real Estate | 385-314-1016 (ihouseelite.com)Self-Defense Course for runners: Run Without Fear | Melody Bateman's School (teachable.com)Our Instagram page: Melody and Jacob Bateman (@trailto100) • Instagram photos and videosJoin our beginner trail running community on Facebook: Trail to 100 | Facebook___________________________________________________
143 | Theresa Hailey, Engineer & 2:36 Marathoner Always cool when you're qualify for the Olympic Trials once. But how about doing it twice, while working at your day job as a Boeing engineer? That's exactly what Theresa Hailey has done, lowering her marathon time to 2:36 in the process with a top-25 finish at the Chicago Marathon in 2022. We talk about how she got into running, balancing her running with a full-time job, and holding down pacing duties at the 2022 California International Marathon (CIM).
144 | Puma Foreverrun Nitro, Cherry Blossom Recap, Tetris Blox, & the Great Cornholio We went down to D.C. and did our cherry blossom thing as we led a run through the pouring rain on Saturday and raced a windy route on Sunday. We recap that whole thing, we talk about Tetris, we check in on our own running, and we tell you how to hang with us in Boston. Thanks for everyone who showed up this past weekend, can't wait to see a bunch of y'all in less than two weeks.

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145 | Casey Comber, Under Armour Pro Athlete His name would have you think he bats cleanup for the 1927 Yankees, but Casey Comber is actually an Under Armour athlete with the UA Mission Run team right here in Baltimore. We got him into the studio to talk shoes, life as a professional athlete, and what it's like to sleep in an altitude tent all the time.

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146 | Asics Gel-Cumulus 25, Ziplining, Spirited Away, Sweat Hydration Thomas and Meaghan take on quite the adventure the week before the Boston Marathon. Robbe finishes watching Spirited Away and learns that you can't drink a shirt. Thomas encounters a rabid dog in his own house. We cover the Asics Gel-Cumulus 25 and wonder where it fits in at this point.

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Relaunch of the Redway Runners Podcast OK, so we are back with another season of the Redway Runners Podcast. In this episode we hear from Steve Scott all about the Redway Runners events across the year, Martin chats with Andy Holly about the Milton Keynes Marathon and all the other events coming up. Jo speaks with Luke Chambers about the Need 4 Speed course and the Martin reveals all his running secrets.

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EP 154. Rach McBride There is a reason that they call Rach McBride the most interesting person in triathlon. Because they just are. Rach is a five-time 70.3 Ironman champion and a highly accomplished runner, cyclist and gravel racer. Rach is one of a very small number of nonbinary elite professional athletes, and we talk a bit about the weight that comes with that. I loved learning about Rach’s early starts in sport, their parents, their racing style and what makes them proud.  Find Rach on Instagram @rachelmcb PHOTO CREDIT: @ironkhem THEME MUSIC CREDIT: Joseph McDade
EP 619: Unleash Your Running Potential In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Eoin Everard, a physiotherapist with a PhD in Biomechanics, to discuss how to get to the starting line of a race or adventure in the best shape possible. Dr. Everard is a certified athletic therapist who works with top athletes to help them perform at their peak. He's also an accomplished runner himself, boasting an impressive running resume that includes being a sub-4 minute miler, a sub-14 minute 5k runner, and a five-time Irish National Champion in the 1500 and 3000m. In this episode, we'll explore the correct and most effective training plan for your unique physiology, whether you're a neuromuscular-type or aerobic-oriented runner. We'll also discuss how to keep your body healthy as you train, so you don't break down or get injured as you get closer to your event. Check out Eoin's website HERE He is also the author of the book Get to the Line in the Best shape possible – get the most out of the time and effort you put into your training – Free audio download
Majell Backhausen – An End To An End Kia ora e te whānau.Majell Backhausen is many things to many people. To Eugene and Matt Maj is, was, and always will be the 13th person ever to come on Dirt Church Radio. Speaking to Majell is always such a pleasure, like that time we bumped into him just below Wentworth Falls at UTA, all suffused in golden light, or that time we ran into him and Martin Gaffuri at the Redwoods (again, suffused in golden light..there is a theme) Majell has an energy about him, and a love of the trails and our world that is both inspiring and encouraging. Majell talks to us about his new role at Patagonia, encourages you to cheat on us with other podcasts (we’ll allow it) and discusses his new project An End to An End, about the efforts to stop logging in the Great Forest outside of Melbourne.As with most of our conversations with Majell he is warm, engaged, and attentive, dropping knowledge from a position of deep love of our sport.  As with most of our episodes this is a conversation with an incredible runner about everything but running, whilst at the same time being all about running. How’s THAT for an emancipatory praxis?  Enjoy.Episode Links Majell Backhausen on Instagram End to an End on Youtube The Great Forest Campaign Yvon Chouinard on surfer’s journalSCOTT Running Julbo Eyewear UltrAspireirunfarDirt Church Radio on InstagramDirt Church Radio on Twitter Dirt Church Radio on Facebook Dirt Church Radio on PatreonCieleFurther Faster New Zealand
Lazarus Lake – Barkley Marathons, Big’s, and Beyond. Kia ora e te whānau. Out the gate with a bonus episode recorded with Lazarus Lake and Shaun Collins on the last night of Laz’s stay. Gary ‘Lazarus Lake’ Cantrell is a self described “Hillbilly from Tennessee” who for the better part of 40 years has been quietly putting on the most difficult foot races on the planet. On good form and ready to wax lyrical about the fellowship of miles, the peculiarity of regional dialects, the importance of the collective, and the intrinsic worth of every athlete, this is a great conversation that we couldn’t wait to bring you. Best enjoyed whilst running. Episode Links Riverhead Relaps SCOTT Running Julbo Eyewear UltrAspireirunfarDirt Church Radio on InstagramDirt Church Radio on Twitter Dirt Church Radio on Facebook Dirt Church Radio on PatreonCieleFurther Faster New Zealand
This Week In Track & Field: Sha'Carri Richardson Is Back; Aleia Hobbs Runs 100m World-Lead; Rai Benjamin Notches A Big 400m PR + Abby Steiner And Christian Coleman Win Fast 200s On this week's show, Chris Chavez, Kyle Merber and Katelyn Hutchison break down all of the U.S. sprinters who have set the tone early that 2023 is going to be a FAST one. We saw some big performances in Miramar and Baton Rouge from Sha’Carri Richardson (10.57 with a 4.1m/s wind reading) and Aleia Hobbs (10.87 with a legal 2.0m/s wind reading). 400m hurdles world championship silver medalist Rai Benjamin threw down a 44.21 for a 400m PR in California. Abby Steiner and Christian Coleman held off strong challenges from young stars to win the women's and men's 200m at the Miramar Invitational, respectfully.
Plus our Buy and Sell segment features a discussion of the Arcadia Invitational, the BAA stopping DraftKings from betting on the Boston Marathon, the marathon race walk mixed relay addition to the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Host: Chris Chavez | @Chris_J_Chavez on Instagram
Host: Kyle Merber | @kylemerber on Instagram
Host: Katelyn Hutchison | @_kxnaomi on Instagram
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Episode #320: Singletrack Session We are back, Singletrack Session style. We open the grab bag and have quite a few "Ask TrailManners" questions. We talk rice balls, upcoming races, Cubs, getting our mojo back during a long winter and so much more. We are also looking for suggestions from you the TrailManners listener. Check out the show notes and thanks for listening!
Show Notes:
Beer of the Week: Roha Brewing Project: Mango IPA
Aric is headed to Reno and need some trail suggestions
Grand Canyon R2R2R Update
WDYFTY Winner 4/2/23
Ask TrailManners
Rice Ball recipes 1
Rice Ball recipes 2


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Stewy McSweyn Today's episode is with Stewy McSweyn. Who has countless Australian records in middle distance events and boasts some impressive Personal bests including a 3:29 1500m, a 3:48 Mile, a 7:28 3000m and a 12:56 5000m!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-running-pod-trackstaa/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
#525 – Training Talk LIVE with Peter Bromka Last Monday we had our inaugural Training Talk LIVE call on Relay and it was everything we hoped it would be! More specifically, it was a space for Relay subscribers and creators to have an informal chat about our training, racing, goals, and challenges with plenty of fun randomness thrown into the mix.We will be doing this every Monday at 2pm est so come join us! Relay is a collaborative of elite runners and running content creators publishing high-end writing, audio/podcasts, and video. These pieces provide insight, knowledge, and entertainment to dedicated runners. Relay has some of the most collaborative and creative work in the running industry that is sure to impact runners of all abilities.The Relay team consists of amazing people like Kara Goucher, Peter Bromka, Mike "Kofuzi" Ko, Stefanie Flippin, Lindsey Hein, and Marcus Brown.In addition to great content, Relay also provides full financial transparency. For $9 a month subscribers get the most creative and collaborative running content on the internet. All of the Relay creators split our revenue evenly so you know exactly where your money is going.Visit Relay today: www.patreon.com/relaySponsor:This episode is sponsored by UCAN nutrition which is powered to deliver steady, long lasting energy without the spike and crash. Add in UCAN Hydrate to get those electrolytes that you need to stay hydrated. Finally, you've got to try the award winning Edge energy gels – they are my go-to on the run. You will get 20% of all of your orders at ucan.co with code RAMBLING._ _ _ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#526 – A New Olympic Trials Qualifying Focused Marathon! The magic of the 2020 Olympic Trials we more than just race itself. It was also in the journey to that day. The years of training and leading to America's best runners putting it on the line to qualify for the trials. With that in mind we are introducing a new race hoping to help America's best reach their full potential.The Bakline's McKirdy Micro! The vision for this marathon is to be an OTQ/Olympic Standard marathon event.The course – Rockland Lake State Park is a truly flat and fast course. Newly paved… the surface is incredibly quick. It will also have a clearly marked tangent line along the ENTIRE 2.945 mile loop. Certification – The event is currently USATF certified and USATF Sanctioned. The World Athletics certification is in processing and is a mere formality. For any athletes looking for an Olympic Standard (American or international) this race will count for that achievement and for world rankings.Pacers: 
2:07:30
2:10:00 (if needed/requested)
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Prize Purse – They have committed to at least a $10,000 prize purse! The vision of the race is a time standard… not a "race for place." With this in mind there is going to host a shared prize purse concept. They will evenly distribute the prize purse to all who earn the OTQ/Olympic standard. (International athletes are included)Registration Launch – Registration will launch next week (After Boston – Wednesday/Thursday). Visit www.mckirdytrained.com to register.We encourage all athletes considering this event to register. Even if using the race was a "back up event." Having the option to race Bakline's McKirdy Micro allows an athlete to swap out in case they are presented with poor conditions in Chicago or other races in the window. Their only aim in this event is service for what is best for the athletes. Sponsors:Thank you to Lagoon for sponsoring this episode and for their truly amazing pillows! Take their two minute quiz and learn which pillow is perfect for you and the way you sleep at https://lagoonsleep.com/rambling and save 15% by using code RAMBLING at checkout.Vacation Races is a running and travel company that helps people explore and enjoy the most scenic places on earth. They host half marathons, ultramarathons and trail running festivals at national parks around the country and multi-day running adventures all over the world! Use our codes to save serious money at www.vacationraces.com on these incredible adventures:

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30 + 31- Preseason Recap Coaches Motell, Ford, and Groover recap the beginning of the season as well as previewing our upcoming week
TARC Tales – Campfire Series – Tales From the Trails This episode is a recording from our first live (virtual) storyteller event moderated by Alyssa.
Joffrid Mackett breaks the Australian 48 Hour Walk Open Record! Joffrid finished second overall (and first male) in the Sri Chinmoy 48 Hour Australian Championship in Canberra on 24th March. Joffrid walked the entire way to a final distance of 294.973km, setting the Australian 48 Hour Walk Open Record by a staggering 11km and beating all but one of the runners in the race, that being Camille Herron. The Australian walking record has stood for 13 years, showing it was no mean feat to beat it. Joffrid is now the Australian and Open Australian walking record holder as well as the AURA 48 hour male champion.
Joffrid on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joffrid/
the link to Lilyslegs virtual marathon: https://lilyslegs.com/

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Brodie’s Recent Injury Insight: Calf Soreness Brodie talks about his recent dilemma with calf soreness and the strategies you can implement to reduce your risk of injury.Run Smarter YouTube ChannelBecome a patron!Receive Run Smarter EmailsBook a FREE Injury chat with BrodieRun Smarter App IOS or Android Podcast Facebook group
We also deliver a lot of good advice to race organisers using our vast knowledge of how to put on a race, as well as chat on medals, squirrels both in the head” id=”7mQnC0FqKsI” vid=”7mQnC0FqKsI” id-for-player=”7mQnC0FqKsI” link=”/listen/107-head-squirrels-are-bullshit-7mQnC0FqKsI/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
#107 – Head Squirrels are Bullshit We've both done a race, and they couldn't have been much more different! If you like it hard or you like it slow, you're in the right place.
We also deliver a lot of good advice to race organisers using our vast knowledge of how to put on a race, as well as chat on medals, squirrels both in the head and in the hand, Michael Flatley and how to steal a toilet.
Tommie_Runz returns Tommie just got back from running the NYRR Half. We get his race recap and a preview of his Boston race plan
Wednesday March 22, 2023 sorry I've been a bit slow on the upload for the audio only version of the livestream

Eddbud YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/eddbud
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Happy Hour with Eddbud! We bring in the running maestro himself, Eddbud!

Eddbud YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/eddbud
Eddbud IG: https://www.instagram.com/eddbud/
Tuesday March 28, 2023 This is a running podcast where we talked about darts, pickleball, panel, ping pong, tennis, and badminton.
Wednesday March 30, 2023 What's the difference between injira and ugali? Which one did I eat?

Drew on Weartesters: https://youtu.be/MSo_rufiBBE
Drew on IG: https://www.instagram.com/drewwhitcomb
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Happy Hour! Drew Whitcomb of Weartesters This week's livstream guest is Drew Whitcomb of Weartesters. We talk about hotels for the Olympic Trials Marathon, spectating the Boston Marathon, and his training for London Marathon.

Drew on Weartesters: https://youtu.be/MSo_rufiBBE
Drew on IG: https://www.instagram.com/drewwhitcomb
Drew on Weartesters web: https://weartesters.com/category/performance-reviews/running-shoes-reviews/
Back from D.C. just got back from D.C. and the Cherry Blossom 10 Mile. It was cold and windy.
Unboxing, April 4, 2023 my Boston celebration jacket arrived today. can I wear this yet?

Mrs. Space Cadet IG https://www.instagram.com/immrsspacecadet
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Happy Hour! Mrs. Space Cadet This week's happy hour guest is Mrs. Space Cadet, Erin Azar.

Mrs. Space Cadet IG https://www.instagram.com/immrsspacecadet
Mrs. Space Cadet TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@mrs.space.cadet
Will you be at Boston this year? Let’s go for a run!

Saturday 2pm: Puma shakeout https://www.eventbrite.com/e/594741506857

Sunday 9am: Rabbit x Kofuzi Run Club https://strava.app.link/tiLRuEpwLyb” id=”1UnlA2a8ZnD” vid=”1UnlA2a8ZnD” id-for-player=”1UnlA2a8ZnD” link=”/listen/new-balance-delivery-april-7-2023-1UnlA2a8ZnD/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
New Balance Delivery. April 7, 2023 Unboxing a couple packages from New Balance.
Will you be at Boston this year? Let's go for a run!

Saturday 2pm: Puma shakeout https://www.eventbrite.com/e/594741506857

Sunday 9am: Rabbit x Kofuzi Run Club https://strava.app.link/tiLRuEpwLyb

The Big Race is coming up. Here are some ways we can meet up in Boston 2023:

Saturday 2pm: Puma shakeout https://www.eventbrite.com/e/594741506857

Sunday 9am: Rabbit x Kofuzi Run Club https://strava.app.link/tiLRuEpwLyb

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ASICS Unboxing. April 10, 2023 unboxing some packages from ASICS.

The Big Race is coming up. Here are some ways we can meet up in Boston 2023:

Saturday 2pm: Puma shakeout https://www.eventbrite.com/e/594741506857

Sunday 9am: Rabbit x Kofuzi Run Club https://strava.app.link/tiLRuEpwLyb

I have one more event Saturday evening. It’s not a run. I’ll post more details soon

Boston is coming up. Here are some shakeouts we can run together:
Saturday 2pm: Puma shakeout https://www.eventbrite.com/e/594741506857
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Janji Unboxing. April 11, 2023 Got some colorful new pieces from Janji. We talked about Boston and also some other races

Boston is coming up. Here are some shakeouts we can run together:
Saturday 2pm: Puma shakeout https://www.eventbrite.com/e/594741506857
Saturday 6pm: Livestream Live at ASICS Shop. Join me and special guests, American marathoners Ben True and Nico Montanez for a live taping of the Kofuzi Run Club livestream. 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/asics-athlete-meetup-tickets-615213047787
Sunday 9am: Rabbit x Kofuzi Run Club https://strava.app.link/tiLRuEpwLyb


And while there isn’t a specific event I’ll be hosting, I will be spending some time at the Bandit Popup as well https://banditrunning.com/blogs/the-b-mail/boston-marathon-pop-up-itinerary

If you have footage that you'd like to send me, upload clips to me at https://kofuzi.wetransfer.com

Boston is coming up. Here are some shakeouts we can run together:
Saturday 2pm: Puma shakeout https://www.eventbrite.com/e/594741506857
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For the Run Unboxing. April 12, 2023 Got a package from my friends at For the Run. I was very pleasantly surprised.

Boston is coming up. Here are some shakeouts we can run together:
Saturday 2pm: Puma shakeout https://www.eventbrite.com/e/594741506857
Saturday 6pm: Livestream Live at ASICS Shop. Join me and special guests, American marathoners Ben True and Nico Montanez for a live taping of the Kofuzi Run Club livestream. 
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/asics-athlete-meetup-tickets-615213047787
Sunday 9am: Rabbit x Kofuzi Run Club https://strava.app.link/tiLRuEpwLyb
Monday after the race: Bandit Portrait Photos https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bandit-x-boston-marathon-post-race-medal-portraits-tickets-602826990757


If you have footage that you'd like to send me, upload clips to me at https://kofuzi.wetransfer.com
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