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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 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
Individual 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!
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
Vurbl 10 On The Clock Full Episodes Listen to Xcluzive audio from 10 On The Clock Podcast. Find Xcluzive analysis on weekly basketball takes, players of the week from both conferences, and games for everyday 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 what a show is. Xcluzive Hype
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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Weekly Strides: Longest Distance in Marathon Training - Ep. 2 What is the longest recommended distance to do while training for a marathon?  Listen here to find out the answer, and visit our website at runningforreal.com/weekly-strides-2 for complete show notes and links. Have a question about running? Ever wondered what a Running for Real guest has been up to since you heard them interviewed? Would you like to get to know the Running for Real community better? On Weekly Strides, Tina will answer answer your questions, catch up with previous podcast guests, and chat with members of the #Running4Real Superstars. The episodes are short, fun, and rewarding - the podcast equivalent of runners’ strides! If you have a question that you’d like answered, you can email kat@runningforreal.com and she’ll pass it along to Tina!   Our sponsor this week is…  Running for Real! The Mile 20: Mental Training to Win Your Race course will give you the mental training techniques to not only become more confident as a runner, but as a person. We begin with that foundation in building you up as a human being first because we can't be confident as runners until we take care of our confidence in ourselves. You're also going to learn techniques to handle every race day situation that could be thrown at you. You're going to have specific tactics and tools that will help you handle race day panic, race day stress, things that could go wrong. You're going to learn to understand the signals that your body is giving you during the race and how to handle them and also how to protect yourself from feelings of failure. We runners can be quite hard on ourselves and this is going to help you to have a healthy perspective. This is a 12 week course. Each week we'll have a video for you, and pdf worksheets that you can download and fill in to help really bring home those messages.  For one week only, starting on August 8th, this course is going to go on sale for $100 off. That will be $197 instead of the usual $297. It will then go up to $297 for a week and then I will shut the doors because it's really important that we have accountability buddies so we can work together through this training course and go through it as a community. That is really important to me. This is only going to be open for two weeks, so go here to find out more and add yourself to the waitlist to guarantee that you get one of those spots for the first week. Thanks for listening! We know there are so many podcasts you could listen to, and we’re honored you have chosen Running For Real.  If you appreciate the work that we do, here are a few things you can do to support us: Take a screenshot of the episode, and share it with your friends, family, and community on social media, especially if you feel that the topic will resonate with them.  Be sure to tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram  Leave an honest review on iTunes or your favorite podcast player. Your ratings and reviews will really help us grow and reach new people. Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe?  You can find out here. Thank you for listening; we look forward to hearing your thoughts!
Jake Fedorowski : Making Mistakes Is Not a Bad Thing - R4R 311 It started with an email. Jake Fedorowski had decided that they no longer wanted to run in races that didn’t offer a non-binary division. They would email race directors to inquire if there was an option for non-binary runners, and more often than not, the answer would be “no.” It wasn’t that race directors were unwilling; they simply had no idea what to do. It was from that simple beginning that the Guide to Non-Binary Inclusion in Running was born. For complete show notes and links, visit our website at runningforreal.com/episode311.   Thank you to Allbirds, Mile 20 Mental Training, and Athletic Greens for sponsoring this episode.  Allbirds’ products are made from natural and recycled materials, and best of all, they know who they are. They are confident in what they do, and are changing the entire running industry before our eyes. You can see their entire collection on their website.   Win your mental battle and you’ll win your race! Runners often prepare for the physical challenge of the race, but leave the mental challenge to chance.  Mile 20 Mental Training will teach you the strategies and techniques to believe in yourself and achieve your goals on and off the course. Registration for this season begins August 8th, and will be open for just two weeks! Go here to learn more.   AG1 is a simple and easy way to get 75 vitamins, minerals, and whole food source ingredients to help strengthen your immune system. It’s simple to make and it tastes good! Go here to get a FREE year’s supply of Vitamin D and five FREE travel packs with your subscription.   Thanks for listening! We know there are so many podcasts you could listen to, and we are honored you have chosen Running For Real.  If you appreciate the work that we do, here are a few things you can do to support us: Take a screenshot of the episode, and share it with your friends, family, and community on social media, especially if you feel that the topic will resonate with them.  Be sure to tag us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram  Leave an honest review on iTunes or your favorite podcast player. Your ratings and reviews will really help us grow and reach new people. Not sure how to leave a review or subscribe?  You can find out here. "Thank you" to Jake.  We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the show.
So if you happen to come upon a midget that just lost their bike... Howdy folks! We're back after another hiatus since May. Really hope this becomes the habit again. This will be a shorter run for us but hopefully there are longer runs in the future. Enjoy!

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Episode 84: Anthony, the Borg and a greased bearing Well we're back after little over a month. We meant to record earlier but the weather here has prevented good recording audio. Today saw JD and Anthony out for a 10 mile run and the usual banter. Enjoy!

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Ep: 24 Mordecai the man behind M1 podcast Hey guys welcome back to the show and on this week I had the privilege of talking to the man behind the number 1 podcast in Manchester and also how they started off as a business that shot music videos for Mordzs and his mates to which led to Mordzs and SK meeting when they changed the business to a podcast. This episode was another banger and what we talk about was talking about their youtube channel just pasting 5k subscribers, Tik Tok account closing in on 100k followers and also their first ever party that they are hosting. So hope you guys enjoy this weeks episode and subscribe to the show and show your support also to the M1 podcast on all podcast platforms and also check out the M1podcast on Instagram, Morgzs on Instagram and see you guys in the next episode.
259. Running and Lifting: How Elizabeth Does Both As a Sub-3 Marathoner Listeners know I'm a relentless advocate of strength training, whether you're doing bodyweight exercises at home or lifting heavy in the gym. But some runners take strength training to a level above and beyond the rest of us - and find great success along the way. This week’s podcast features a fellow running coach and one of my private coaching clients, Elizabeth Corkum. Elizabeth - who goes by the nickname Corky - is a 2:58 marathoner and 5-day per week weightlifter. Coach Corky has multiple coaching certifications, including USA Track and Field, Road Runners Club of America, and the Lydiard Foundation. She is also a certified personal trainer and specialist in sports nutrition.  Your path may or may not look exactly like hers, but you can learn a lot from her journey and our discussion, including: How Elizabeth incorporates her extensive strength work into her race training The unexpected path she took to reach her sub 3 hour marathon goal How you can go all in and have fun at the same time The importance of being patient and trusting the path you're on Why every training cycle will help you get somewhere new, even if it’s not what you planned Links & Resources from the Show: Learn more about Coach Corky Follow Coach Corky on Instagram Learn how to get strong with Strength Running Listen to a podcast about running a sub 3 marathon Periodize your weightlifting with High Performance Lifting Thank you Elemental Labs! A big thanks to Elemental Labs for their support of this episode! They make electrolyte drinks for athletes and low-carb folks with no sugar, artificial ingredients, or colors. And you can get a free sampler pack of 4 flavors and 8 individual packets when you pay $5 in shipping. Elemental Labs' products have some of the highest sodium concentrations that you can find. Anybody who runs a lot knows that sodium, as well as other electrolytes like magnesium and potassium, are essential to our performance and how we feel throughout the day. The citrus flavor has quickly become my favorite. I’m drinking one a day now to help me get enough fluids in our dry Colorado air. It’s tasty and delicious and I find that I’m not peeing every 45 minutes throughout the day, which might be an indication I wasn’t eating enough sodium. There’s now mounting evidence that higher sodium intake levels are not unhealthy – and athletes need substantially more than your typical sedentary person. Of course, ask your doctor if you’re worried. But for those athletes running outside in the heat, an electrolyte replacement makes a lot of sense. So check out Elemental Labs to try their new flavor or get a free sampler pack.  Thank you Impossible Sleep! We’re also supported by Impossible Sleep, a new performance sleep drink to help high performers get the most out of their nightly rest. Impossible Sleep is a melatonin free sleep drink mix that provides deep recovery while gently lulling you to sleep. It only has two ingredients, with magnesium to promote muscle recovery and deep sleep, and L-theanine for a subtle calming effect that helps you wind down at the end of the day. High achieving runners have to prioritize their sleep - it’s like a performance enhancing drug that allows us to absorb our training, improve, and race faster. The Impossible Sleep drink helps you optimize your bedtime routine so you can get as much deep recovery as possible. When you consider that studies have shown that sleep loss can lead to glucose imbalances, increased anxiety, and your risk of getting sick, it’s a no-brainer to get as much high quality sleep as you can. Learn more about Impossible Sleep drink and be sure to use code Jason20 to save 20% on your first subscription order.
Podcast #452 – Team Ordinary Conquers the Lake Chisago Triathlon What an incredible weekend in Lake Chisago, MN. This is exactly the kind of experience I was hoping to build when I started the Ordinary Marathoner Podcast. A cohesive and caring team with individual goals above and beyond anything they once thought possible.



Lake Chisago was host to a great event. As a team, we had a blast – swimming together, riding together, and enjoying our downtime. Individually, these athletes all went out and gave it what they had. And they all had great experiences – conquering goals, but also learning that there are still ways to improve! It makes me feel very satisfied, as their coach. Proud, if not inspired, of this team.



Looking to improve with a triathlon or running coach? Reach out to Coach Scott at coachscott@teamordinary.com and set up a free consultation.



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Green Running - Damian Hall On this episode I’m joined by Damian Hall. Damian is one of the UK’s top ultra endurance athletes and has completed numerous FKTs and challenges including the 268 mile Pennine Way in a record-breaking time of 61hours 34 minutes. Damian is also a running coach and author of multiple books, including 'In it for the Long Run', which details his running journey and many adventures, including his Pennine Way record attempt. Damian is also a passionate environmental activist and co-founded the Green Runners, a running community that focuses on making the planet a better, and greener, place. We’re discussing Damian’s passion for running and how we can all be more sustainable as athletes. 
Photo by James Appleton Photography.
Crewing a 100 Mile Trail Race Brian is trying to race his way into shape and Linda shares her stories from crewing a 100 mile trail race.
Newbies We talk about the things to think about if you are starting as a runner, biker, or swimmer.
Episode 404: Helen Schlachtenhaufen – Breakthroughs in 2021: 5th at the Olympic Trials in the 1500 & Recently Signed with Nike Helen Schlachtenhaufen is a 1500m runner. She recently placed 6th at the USATF Championships in the 1500m. Last summer she placed 5th at the Olympic Trials, missing 3rd place by just 2 seconds. She then went on to run her personal best in the 1500m in 4:01 at her first Diamond League in Sweden. Helen ran for Dartmouth and also ran for the Saucony Freedom Track Club for a little bit after college.  She now runs for Nike which she announced back in March. 



We recorded this episode a few months ago and I am so excited to share it with you all!



What we talked about:



3:35- Training in Flagstaff



6:35- Living and training in Boston



9:05- Signing with Nike



10:45- Decision to join a team versus train alone



12:40- Her breakthrough year in 2021



15:45- Controlling nerves going into a race



20:20- Her spring track season



21:00- Helen’s boyfriend, Brian Shrader



24:35- What her training looks like



27:25- Running for Dartmouth



31:20- Running in the Ivy League



34:15- Career plans after running



39:25- Fall training



43:50- Goals in the sport



48:25- End of podcast questions



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All the Light We Cannot See



Normal People



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The Up and Running Podcast



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Nutrition Series Episode 6: Anna Turner – Fueling for the Run (IHA Episode 403) Today we are wrapping up our Nutrition for Athletes Series. We are finishing up this series with another episode with my friend, sports dietitian, Anna Turner.



In this episode, we talk about balancing our meals with carbs, protein, and fat and what percentages of each of those should land on our plates. Anna breaks down what different athlete plates look like depending on the intensity of your workouts. She also breaks down carbohydrates and how many carbohydrates you need while fueling for endurance events.



Big thanks to Anna for being such a big part of this series!



What we talked about:



5:55: Breakdown of percentages of carbs, fat, and protein in meals



9:55- Structuring your meals when marathon training



16:00- Carbs in your daily diet



18:45- Fueling during recovery weeks



20:25- Fueling based on intensity of workouts



27:25- Amount and timing of fueling on the run



39:15- Breakfast before a race



42:20- Structuring meals post run/workout



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Anna’s Website



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Join the I’ll Have Another Facebook Group



Support the I’ll Have Another Podcast on Patreon



Follow SandyBoy Productions:



Sandyboy Productions on Twitter



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SandyBoy Productions Shows:



Why is Everyone Yelling?



The Up and Running Podcast



The Illuminate Podcast



The Herban Farmacy Podcast



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Episode 101 - Gary's Lakeland 100 Story Episode 101 - Gary's Lakeland 100 StoryThis week Eddie @edwinasutton grills Gary @garythwaites2498 and finds out all about his recent Lakeland 100 ultra marathon experience. We opened up the questions to our community and did our best to answer then all. Will Gary try again or is twice enough on the Lakeland 100 course. Hope you all enjoy the chat.Each week we'll bring you interviews with runners from the front, back and middle of the pack. We'll share training advice, nutrition advice and kit reviews too. We'll talk about current running stories and stories from inspirational people who we feel you might be interested in.This podcast is available to listen to at Spotify and Apple Podcasts too. Links below.https://open.spotify.com/show/2HlWHlGA8D6ifm1TmnP2Kthttps://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/run-to-the-hills/id1504643103YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaUcGDYF8919iZSDC8uV9xgFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1005937909821744Blog - https://www.chiacharge.co.uk/​blogs/newsTwitter - https://twitter.com/run_tothehillsStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastInstagram -  https://www.instagram.com/runtothehillswithchiacharge/?hl=enStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastChia Charge - Since 2012 Chia Charge has been making sports nutrition which not only helps you perform better but tastes great too. You won't find any oddities in our Yorkshire baked flapjacks either, just good honest kitchen cupboard ingredients that make you move and feel great.
Which decision is missing in running injury recovery? I want you to really think about which decision might be missing in your process of running injury recovery right now.
Is it the decision to just go for it?
Is it the decision to start exercising today?
Is it the decision to sign up for some specific event that can get you motivated?
Is it the decision to get a second opinion?
Which decision is missing in your running injury recovery? That's what we're going to talk about today on the Doc on the Run Podcast.
Is inflammation good or bad for plantar plate sprain I was just on a call with a runner suffering from a plantar plate sprain.
He had a great question:
Is inflammation really bad or is it good when you have a plantar plate sprain?
Physicians commonly prescribe anti-inflammatories. There are many approaches used by injured runners to manage inflammation, reduce inflammation, and hopefully make your foot feel better.
If inflammation is bad for the plantar plate ligament, part of your recovery plan should include some sort of anti-inflammatory treatment.
But if the inflammation is good for the plantar plate, you should not try to interfere with the inflammatory response. 
Is inflammation good or bad for a plantar plate sprain? 
Well, that's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run podcast.
2 reasons stretching the plantar fascia is bad for runners Yesterday, I saw a runner who has plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is the most common condition affecting the foot in runners.
When a runner gets plantar fasciitis, it is often because the plantar fascia ligament is too tight. The tight ligament becomes overstretched and strained. Heel pain is the result.  
Since it is safe to assume that the plantar fascia ligament on the bottom of the foot is just way too tight, you may want to stretch it. But with every potential treatment comes risk. 
Stretching the plantar fascia can be risky and has the potential to cause more trouble for a couple of reasons. 
Today, on the Doc on the Run Podcast, we're talking about two reasons that stretching the plantar fascia can be bad for runners.
Ep 52 Highlights Show - Leave the stressors at home and run in a State of Flow with Tomasz Drybala Welcome to the Episode 52 Highlights Show of the Trail Running Ireland Podcast! Sponsored by EcoTrail Wicklow on September 24th 2022. https://wicklow.ecotrail.com/enWith so many distractions and stressors in life, isn´t it so important to be able to leave all those distractions at home when we go out to train, to run in the moment, to experience that state of flow and that’s what we spoke about last week with our special guest Tomasz Drybala who is about to set off on an amazing adventure of running 40,000 km around the world. Everybody get your running gear on, lets go.https://www.patreon.com/trailrunningirelandpodcasthttps://tomaszdrybala.com/
547. Emma Bates, Team USA Marathoner "That’s what I want — that’s the only thing that drives me as much as it does. I just want to inspire the next generation. And I feel like we did that. You would’ve sworn we won the entire race. You would’ve sworn we swept the podium! But, you know, fifth, seventh, eighth, and for people to be that proud and excited for us? It doesn’t get any better than that." The World Athletics Championships conversations continue! Last week, we heard from Team USA's Keira D'Amato, and today, fellow Team USA marathoner Emma Bates is up! Emma says the World Athletics Championships marathon was the most fun she has ever had running a race, and in this episode, she talks about why it tops her list. Emma finished seventh (in the world!) in that race, running 2:23:18 and taking more than a minute off her personal best time. And here, we're breaking it all down. Emma talks about getting Covid in December, and talks about how that impacted and derailed her training. She talks about the comeback, about how she was feeling heading into the biggest race of her life, and about the pre-race pep talk from her coach, Joe Bosshard. Plus, all about the race itself: the party in the hotel lobby at 3 AM, the quiet bus ride to the start, the questionable warm-up routine, and the unexpected offer from teammate Sara Hall. Emma talks about how she stayed tough when her legs started to hurt, she explains what the crowds felt like along the way, and she breaks down that magical finish line moment. (Also, a LOL-worthy story about Ryan Hall and...Emma's urine.) SPONSOR: UCAN: Click here and use code ALI for 20% off your next UCAN order. What you’ll get on this episode: How Emma recovers from a race like World Championships (2:50) What it was like getting Covid in December, and how it derailed Emma’s training (6:00) How Emma found out she made Team USA (10:40) How Emma celebrated her 30th birthday before leaving for Eugene (16:10) Red vs. white: How Emma decided which Team USA kit to wear for the marathon (18:00) What race morning was like (19:50) How the race played out (29:00) What the crowds and fans were like along the course (34:00) When it started to hurt (36:45) That finish line feeling (42:00) Emma’s post-race drug testing story (48:50) All about Emma’s Instagram race recaps (54:45) How Emma spent the rest of her time in Eugene (59:40) Emma’s advice to fellow marathoners (1:03:30) For more, check out: Emma Bates on Episode 527 of the Ali on the Run Show Emma Bates on Episode 490 of the Ali on the Run Show Emma Bates on Episode 444 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Emma: Instagram @emmajanelbates Twitter @emmajbates Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please <a href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ali-on-t
548. Beyond the Run with Michelle Wolf "These people are out on the track, by themselves, just with their own body and their own mind. It’s really cool to watch. It’s cool to watch humans push themselves like that. And I want everyone else to be as excited about it as I am." Michelle Wolf is a stand-up comic, an ultra runner, and a massive fan of track and field. So it makes perfect sense that she was at World Athletics Championships in Eugene, OR, last month! In this conversation, Michelle talks about how she ended up in Eugene, working with the Hayward Magic team on an Instagram series called "Loosen Up with Michelle Wolf." (Fun fact: She got the job, in part, after her appearance on the Ali on the Run Show last year!) She talks about interviewing athletes including Athing Mu, Ryan Crouser, Grant Fisher, and Marvin Bracy-Williams, and shares the highs and lows of her time at Hayward Field. SPONSOR: New Balance — Click here to learn more about how New Balance is supporting conversations around mental wellness in running. (And check out my current favorite bra, pullover, and crop top.) What you’ll get on this episode: What Michelle has been up to since World Championships (2:30) How Michelle got to go to World Championships (5:50) What Emily’s shows in Portland were like leading up to World Championships (11:30) All about “Loosen Up with Michelle Wolf” (20:10) On balancing work and running (22:50) Michelle’s experience interviewing Athing Mu (28:45) Behind-the-scenes stories from Eugene (34:45) Michelle’s highest and lowest points from being at World Championships (45:15) For more, check out: Michelle Wolf on Episode 464 of the Ali on the Run Show Laura Green on Instagram Celeste Barber on Instagram Follow Michelle: Instagram @michelleisawolf Twitter @michelleisawolf Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you’re enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
The Legend of Sophorn with Sophorn Choup On this episode of Running Times, Gagz is joined in studio by accomplished Trail and Ultrarunner, Sophorn Choup. Sophorn has quietly amassed a stout resume tackling some of Ultrarunning's most prestigious and grueling races, including Western States and HURT 100. Sophorn was born in Cambodia but fled the country with her family in the late 70s. By the mid 80s all had settled in Central, PA - but this harrowing experience is more than a footnote in Sophorn's story. Rather, it has become the root of her strength, the source of her power, and the opening lines to The Legend of Sophorn. Whether she's climbing the Rocky Steps for 24 hours, or running her own 100 mile fatass race through the Wissahickon, Sophorn's resolve has been forged in iron and is displayed with a smile for the world to admire. To learn more about Sophorn and support Legacy of Hope PHL 24 STAIRCLIMB please visit: https://bit.ly/3oUy1DN Running Times with Gagz is proudly sponsored by www.philadelphiarunner.com
#460 - Mini-Breaks in Training: Making the Best of an Unexpected Situation For many runners mini-breaks in training can happen at any moment. They can be caused by job requirements, injury, family situations, and illness. These mini-breaks of 2-4 weeks do not complete derail training but they can cause a runner to rethink races and short-term goals. Especially if they are training for a marathon or ultramarathon. In this episode we talk about the decision matrix that stems from these break, making the most of them, and working through them in a way that leaves us excited for the future instead of regretting things that were out of our control. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
2022 DDOP 1 Ashleigh Ann Marie Day 1 of the Dog Days of Podcasting, where other podcasters and I attempt to do an episode every day in August. Find out more at dogdaysofpodcasting.com.     Email: chemsmith1 @ gmail
2022 DDOP 2 Aneta Zeppettella Day 2 of the Dog Days of Podcasting, where other podcasters and I attempt to do an episode every day in August. Find out more at dogdaysofpodcasting.com.
2022 DDOP 3 Bud Day 3 of the Dog Days of Podcasting, where other podcasters and I attempt to do an episode every day in August. Find out more at dogdaysofpodcasting.com.
2022 DDOP 4 Ronda Bennet Day 4 of the Dog Days of Podcasting, where other podcasters and I attempt to do an episode every day in August. Find out more at dogdaysofpodcasting.com.     Email: chemsmith1 @ gmail
2022 DDOP 5 Dave Essinger Day 5 of the Dog Days of Podcasting, where other podcasters and I attempt to do an episode every day in August. Find out more at dogdaysofpodcasting.com.     Email: chemsmith1 @ gmail
60. Finger Lakes 50s I ran the Finger Lakes 50K in New York. Hear all the deets here.  Email: chemsmith1 @ gmail Instagram: timcsmith1961 Twitter: RunSmithE
59. Laurel Highlands Ultra I "ran" the Laurel Highlands 70.5 mile Ultra in SW Pennsylvania. Did I finish? Hear many details about the race from a guy way in the back.
Michael McTighe & Beka Zultanky - Middle of the Pack Crushers Episode Big thanks to Michael McTighe & Beka Zultanky! My Links! https://linktr.ee/TrainingForUltra New T4U Wraps (click here) - Two Color Options Training For Ultra - The Book Big ty to the podcast sponsors! Tanri Outdoors "ULTRA10" for 10% off XoSkin - use discount code of “T4U10” or just visit the website for best price http://www.xoskin.us/
#460 - Mini-Breaks in Training: Making the Best of an Unexpected Situation For many runners mini-breaks in training can happen at any moment. They can be caused by job requirements, injury, family situations, and illness. These mini-breaks of 2-4 weeks do not complete derail training but they can cause a runner to rethink races and short-term goals. Especially if they are training for a marathon or ultramarathon. In this episode we talk about the decision matrix that stems from these break, making the most of them, and working through them in a way that leaves us excited for the future instead of regretting things that were out of our control. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Robert Griffin III, Trayvon Bromell and Marvin Bracy On The Resilience To Get Back To The Top And Inspiring Their Respective Communities "This moment and stuff like this means a little bit differently because of where we come from. When I was growing up, Baylor is not an easy school to get into. When my coach came with the grades, they said, 'It's gonna be hard to get you into school.' I told them, 'Look. It's either I get into school or I'm gonna be in the streets...In our culture, we don't make it out. For a situation like this, it's crazy and it's something that we want to get kids to understand that come from where we come from because you can make it out. You're looking at two people from the same type of neighborhoods now on podiums getting medals. That's the big message we try to get out across to people."
Chris Chavez, Kyle Merber and Robert Griffin III sat down with Trayvon Bromell and Marvin Bracy the day after they earned bronze and silver medals, respectively, in the men's 100 meters at the World Athletics Championships Oregon22.
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HYDROW: Hydrow is a state-of-the-art rowing experience. Hydrow works 86% of major muscle groups, compared with only 44% from cycling. That’s twice the benefit in half the time! It’s a perfect low-impact workout to add to your training cycle for both endurance and resistance training. Use code CITIUS100 for $100 off of the rower (stackable with any current offerings) &gt;&gt; https://hydrow.com/
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Keira D'Amato After Finishing 8th At The World Championships Marathon Off Less Than Three Weeks Of Training “The caption I kept seeing was ‘Women supporting women.’ … I could feel Sara Hall & Emma Bates. You know that dance move where someone throws out a fishing line? I could see them and I felt like they were reeling me in…That’s really special to have because we’re also competitors.”
Chris Chavez, David Melly and Dana Giordano speak with American record holder Keira D'Amato after she finished 8th at the World Athletics Championships Marathon with just 17 days of training. The American women placed 5th, 7th and 8th with Sara Hall and Emma Bates finishing ahead of D'Amato. Keira discusses how she changed her training to get ready for the race, her plan to go up against the best in the world and then the toll the race took on her body.
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GARMIN: Music. Training. Data. The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music is my favorite running partner. You do the running. This GPS running smartwatch does the thinking. It even gets to know you and your body better, mile after mile and song after song. Get one for yourself here &gt;&gt; https://bit.ly/3Pcu0qo
Article One Eyewear: Article One is an independent eyewear company based in Flint, Mich. with designers with deep roots in running. All their frames are handcrafted in a small village in Northern Italy. Designed with your entire day in mind, Article One takes you from a long run in the morning to drinks on the patio to wind down. Their timeless silhouettes, paired with technical components — like adjustable silicone nose pads, polarized lenses, and spring hinges — create running sunglasses that are standalone. CITIUS MAG listeners get 20% off using CITIUS at checkout at https://articleoneeyewear.com/
HYDROW: Hydrow is a state-of-the-art rowing experience. Hydrow works 86% of major muscle groups, compared with only 44% from cycling. That’s twice the benefit in half the time! It’s a perfect low-impact workout to add to your training cycle for both endurance and resistance training. Use code CITIUS100 for $100 off of the rower (stackable with any current offerings) &gt;&gt; https://hydrow.com/
@HaywardMagic is the Instagram home for the true track & field diehards, dreamers and fans. They are sharing the magic of the sport and elevating the athletes that push it forward. Follow them on Instagram @HaywardMagic.
Malcolm Gladwell On Legacy Of Speed & Telling The Full Story Of The 1968 Olympic Protest by John Carlos And Tommie Smith "It's about the iconic 1969 Mexico City Olympic Games photograph of Tommie Smith and John Carlos on the victory stand of the 200m with their fists raised, black socks and no shoes with their heads bowed during the national anthem. It's the story behind that photograph and it's an amazing story. I'm about as serious of a track fan as you can be. I think I knew about 10% of that story before we started working on it. We walk you through the fact that everyone is from San Jose State – which is so strange. San Jose State is the greatest track and field program in the world in the 1960s."
Chris Chavez and Kyle Merber sit down with New York Times best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell to discuss his first trip to Eugene, Oregon for the World Championships and his latest podcast project "Legacy of Speed", which aims to tell the story of John Carlos and Tommie Smith's iconic protest at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City.
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GARMIN: Music. Training. Data. The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music is my favorite running partner. You do the running. This GPS running smartwatch does the thinking. It even gets to know you and your body better, mile after mile and song after song. Get one for yourself here &gt;&gt; https://bit.ly/3Pcu0qo
Article One Eyewear: Article One is an independent eyewear company based in Flint, Mich. with designers with deep roots in running. All their frames are handcrafted in a small village in Northern Italy. Designed with your entire day in mind, Article One takes you from a long run in the morning to drinks on the patio to wind down. Their timeless silhouettes, paired with technical components — like adjustable silicone nose pads, polarized lenses, and spring hinges — create running sunglasses that are standalone. CITIUS MAG listeners get 20% off using CITIUS at checkout at https://articleoneeyewear.com/
HYDROW: Hydrow is a state-of-the-art rowing experience. Hydrow works 86% of major muscle groups, compared with only 44% from cycling. That’s twice the benefit in half the time! It’s a perfect low-impact workout to add to your training cycle for both endurance and resistance training. Use code CITIUS100 for $100 off of the rower (stackable with any current offerings) &gt;&gt; https://hydrow.com/
@HaywardMagic is the Instagram home for the true track & field diehards, dreamers and fans. They are sharing the magic of the sport and elevating the athletes that push it forward. Follow them on Instagram @HaywardMagic.
Ep 108: Better Great Than Never - Lindsay Dare Shoop Lindsay Dare Shoop says that she's lucky she lacked confidence when she graduated high school. She was a star athlete in high school and played all the sports. But when she looked at the competition she'd face as a college athlete, she convinced herself that she'd never be good enough. But without sports, she struggled with motivation in college, and her grades suffered.Then, one day, she ran into the rowing coach on the University of Virginia campus. He told her that her being tall and athletic and her past history in sports were a good foundation to be on the rowing team. She joined the team knowing nothing about rowing. But she improved quickly and soon caught the attention of coaches who took her on a path that led to an Olympic gold medal.
I’m back? Good news on the health front. Also a bit other news to share.
The Merl Sage Podcast How does one come from living on some islands, a desert, and even the big Sin city to Dixon, Illinois?  We talk about that!   We talk about Merl overcoming a Heart Bypass surgery.  Merl shares how that scare arrived and his comeback from it.  And of course, we ask the famous question, when did you enter the Ultra world?
Season 12:24 Dave is running solo for the rest of the project, Dawn has an adventure with Badwater. On this episode Dawn shares her crazy Badwater experience and Dave is flying solo after Makena drops out of the project.  Enjoy the show!
Season 12:25 Nick get's rattled and Jackson smokes his mile retest. The training continues for Jackson and Nick as they both ramp up their efforts.  Nick is looking for a good effort at a half marathon this weekend and Jackson is getting his head around longer efforts and more time training with the balance of family life.  Enjoy the show!
Race Recap Like a Pro Do you ever sit down and evaluate your race performance? You can pull out a lot of great information if you know what to look for.Join Coach Patrick for a discussion on race recaping like a pro.   Pre-Race: Commit to All the Data Cross Check Your Plan: Yes v. No Identify the Line: When Things Got Real Reverse Engineer a Better Finish Exchange Experience for New Knowledge
Bonus Q&A plus training camp and new training plan announcements A bonus episode, including a Q&A with listener questions, and announcements about training camps and a new training plan.      IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Weight loss before an A-race -How many intensity sessions to do per week? -How to mentally deal with injury -Getting into triathlon after many years off - how to structure training?   SCIENTIFIC TRIATHLON AND THAT TRIATHLON SHOW WEBPAGE: www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/   LINKS AND RESOURCES: Scientific Triathlon training camp: Mallorca 2023 (March) Scientific Triathlon training camp: Algarve 2023 (January) New Advanced Sprint Distance Training Plan. Get it for 60% off until the 14th of August by using the discount code "ADVANCEDSPRINT". (If you use a running power meter and would like to get the same plan but with the Training Peaks structured workouts set in Run Power rather than Pace, choose this version of the plan) The mental and emotional rollercoaster of dealing with injury with Carrie Cheadle | EP#118 Carrie Jackson's (née Cheadle) website, with resources (like podcast and book) for injured athletes   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 mikael@scientifictriathlon.com or connect on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
Great North Run Nutrition Milestones: Fine Tune Before Race Day Great North Run Nutrition Milestones: Fine Tune Before Race DayThis is episode 4 in our Great North Run Nutrition Milestones Series we’ll be helping you with:· Run Training Milestones – some suggestions for your run training plan at this point in your preparations· Nutrition Milestones – nutrition to give yourself the best shot at being fit and healthy in the lead up to the race and adapting your fueling for distance· Rest and Recovery Rituals – how magnesium baths, oils, lotions can support your overall magnesium status easing tight muscles and cramps· Injury Healing and Recovery Tips – we’ll be giving an overview on how to prevent muscle cramps· Mind Set MOJO – What is your race plan? We’ll be covering travel preparations and the starter area of the Great North Run· We’ll end with some GNR Fun and Factoids SHOW NOTES(02:57)RUN TRAINING MILESTONES: reaching 18k long runs in training, planning in 10k races, and experiencing different weather conditions and scheduling a practice run around the same time as race day. (11:16)NUTRITION MILESTONES: Nutrition to give yourself the best shot at being fit and healthy in the lead up to the race. Minimise alcohol, junk and processed food and manage stress. Focus on healthy fresh food, eat a rainbow of vegetables and fruit every week. Focus on food sources of Vitamin C, B Vitamins and Magnesium.VIT C foods include dark green leafy and cruciferous vegetables, citrus fruits, berries, bell peppers.Citrus Fruits: Orange, Grapefruit, Lemon, limeBerries: Black Currant, StrawberriesTropical Fruits: Kiwifruit, Papaya, pineapple, Mango, Guava, cantaloupe melonGreen leafy/Cruciferous vegetables; Broccoli, kale, parsley, brussels sprouts, spinach, watercressRed and green peppers, tomatoesOffal - liver B Vitamins are found in wholegrains, legumes, nuts, seeds, meat, poultry, eggs and in some dairy, green vegetables and in bananas, avocado and citrus fruitsWhole grains (brown rice, barley, millet)Legumes (beans, lentils)​Seeds and nuts (sunflower seeds, almonds)Dark, leafy vegetables (broccoli, spinach, kale)Meat (red meat, poultry, fish)Eggs and dairy products (milk, cheese) Foods rich in MAGNESIUM are:· GREEN LEAFY VEGETABLES e.g. spinach, kale and swiss chard. Nuts and seeds e.g. Almonds, cashews, brazil nuts, pumpkin seeds.· SEA VEGETABLES – e.g. kelp, Nori. You can buy these as flakes to sprinkle over salads and fish dishes. You can also purchase seaweed wafers as a snack pack. Itsu and Clearspring are popular brands.· WHOLEGRAINS e.g. oats and buckwheat are also good sources.· DARK CHOCOLATE is a rich source of Magnesium ,with 28g (1oz) containing 64mg of Mg…approx. 16% of the RDI. Just remember to ensure you choose dark chocolate containing at least 70% cacao.We also talk about getting good quality sleep and how to support yourself nutritionally if you get a cold.(23:20)Adapting your plate balance and carbohydrate intake for long endurance runs.(27:46)REST AND RECOVERY RITUALS: we chat about using magnesium baths, oils and lotions and how using magnesium transdermally can be supportive to rest and recovery.(32:52)INJURY HEALING AND RECOVERY TIPS: we stay on the theme of muscle cramps – why do they occur, what we can do to alleviate them, and how to deal with them during a training run or race. (41:31)MINDSET MOJO: Thinking ahead to your race plan and practical preparations for race day.(56:92)GREAT NORTH RUN FUN AND FACTOIDS – some trivia and your finishers goodie bag.(58:41)KEY TAKE AWAYS1. TRAINING MILESTONES In the last 4 weeks before race day be consistent with your training plan focusing on your long run (which should be at 18km distance). Aim to schedule at least one of your long runs for the same time that the race is scheduled and try running in different weather conditions – so you’re ready for anything on race day! 2. NUTRITION MILESTONES – in addition to practising pre, during and post fuelling, focus on fine tuning your foundational everyday nutrition to support your immune system and energy levels. Your aim is to give yourself the best shot at being fit and h
287: Sinclaire Johnson - Back in the Driver Seat Carrie chats with middle distance superstar Sinclaire Johnson! They talk about her recent successes, racing in Europe, trusting herself and taking back the driver seat in her own career, the importance of surrounding yourself with the right people, and so much more!
146. Get to Know Tyson | Q & A with Relaxed Running's Tyson Popplestone In this episode of Relaxed Running, Tyson answers a number of questions that many of you have asked him:

- How did I get involved in running?
- What's my coaching philosophy?
- What do I listen to when I run?
- What do you wished you changed about your running
- What are your best times?
- Cravings post run?
- Why do I coach?
- What are your career highlights?
S3 E21: Training Solo/On Your Own vs with Others! Today we&apos;re discussing training solo/by ourselves. We&apos;re covering the benefits and drawbacks of both training on your own and with others!Be sure to pound that subscribe button if you listen on Apple Podcasts (https://apple.co/2QoanPZ) or on Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/0qz1Eff0hfBHEG71eedqep)If you want to support the podcast, swing by YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7a5JyZo0S4Pk1pMrOKqE_g?sub_confirmation=1) and hit that subscribe button!     Support the show
Are you going too complex before you've mastered the basics? With so much information available to us, it can be tempting to try and challenge ourselves with exciting exercises and new pieces of equipment. But could this actually be the thing that is holding you back from making any real progress in your training or injury rehab? From Bosu balls and wobble boards to complexed jumps and weights that are too advanced for your current level of condition, make sure your not falling into the trap of ‘running before you can walk’. Listen in to find out more…. Keep up to date with my recent coaching insights - here  P.S. Whenever you’re ready there are 3 ways you can work with us Strength For Endurance to overcome your pain and return to doing the things you at the level you want. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel - here Arm yourself with a level of knowledge you can call on at anytime. From choosing the best exercises, identifying the warning signs to prevent bigger issues developing or understanding what other factors you could be addressing to unlock your potential, we’ll give you the essential tools and resources. Join our SFE Program Pathway - here The proof is in our results and we’ve taken hundreds of individuals from a place of confusion & despair to a place of confidence and full recovery. Get the highest level of accountability, support, strategy and training starting with our 12 week program. Book a Consultation Call - here If you’re currently unsure of what you need to do, how you need to do it or what the next step is for you then reach out and we can create an action plan that's right for you. SFE Training Room with Kriss Hendy What is the SFE Training Room? Maximise your training program and your results with the SFE Training Room - SFE's exclusive members-only podcast. With our Open Office, Live Sessions & Monthly Masterclasses now all in one place you’ll never miss a thing. Stay up to date and on track with the gold that will take you all the way to your thriving, pain-free potential.
Brum's the word: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games 3 Back by popular demand! This is Brum's the word from Anything but Footy - the podcast reviewing the latest action and news from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.4 more female stars that are showing the Commonwealth what they're made of - golden delight for Eilish McColgan and Katerina Johnson-Thompson in the athletics at the Alexander Stadium.And we also hear from Grace Harvey and Amy Platten - two Team England medalists - and two friends from Hertfordshire! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Brum's the word: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games 2 This is Brum's the word from Anything but Footy - the podcast reviewing the latest action and news from the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.Olivia Breen of Wales caused the shock of the night in the opening final of the first evening session of athletics in the new Alexander Stadium, as in the final race Hannah Cockroft achieved again what she, and the rest of us were anticipating - a Commonwealth gold!Adam Peaty showed what a true champion he is in and out of the swimming pool as he won gold in the 50m Breaststroke.We also have the two Team England superstars from the gym, review the thrills and spills in the Velodrome and hear from a new Commonwealth record holder! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Fiona Pascall: S03E02 Fiona Pascall current Lakes 24 hr record holder guests on 'On The Bake Foot'Fiona was a fun guest and is a very talented runner!We hear about her recent lakeland challenges, how she got ready for her Bob Graham, falling over and hurting your hand and lots moreRunning News returns (much shorter this time)Enjoy the episode and Happy Running See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Buckden Pike: S03E01 Without the boys anymore Mr Baker tries to go it alone. First he calls on an old friend. Then he gets some lovely theme music from pixabay.com - Credit - ZakharValaha, Bernhard SchuermannPresents you some running news.And hopefully sends you off on a high!Please listen with kind ears. Apologies with any quality issues, was having trouble with the Mic but hopefully won't be an issue moving forwardsContact me at onthebackfootpod@gmail.com with anything you like, even if it's just help in pronouncing Brennan TownshendLove, peace and RunningCharlie Baker See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Back For Real This Time After launching three times, The Duke X Speed podcasts is now back and better than ever. This episode details past struggles and a bright future to come.
Sha’carri Richardson Vs. The World Sha’carri Richardson is unapologetically fast, and that has caused some uproar in the track and field world. She recently faced a penalty for an anti-doping violation and had a race after her suspension that was unforgettable. “Fans” turn into “mobs,”  and an entire country attacks after a liked post goes viral. This week’s episode will explain perspectives and see where everything went wrong with her and how it will get better.
#135 - How to run a faster marathon - Matt Fox - Founder Sweat Elite In episode 135, I speak with speak with Matt Fox, who is the Founder, and Content Director of Sweat Elite, as of August 2022 they have over 88K subscribers and millions of views ranked up. The sports media company pulls back the curtain into elite and sub elite running training. One piece of feedback Matt was asked was could Sweat Elite show the training for an athlete’s full marathon training block. So Matt is currently doing that with his own training for the 2022 Berlin marathon. It’s an excellent series with his training partners, coach etc and I’d highly recommend watching it.
Matt's Instagram: @mattinglisfox
-Sweat Elite's Instagram
-Sweat Elite's YouTube Channel
-Sweat Elite's Website
Matt's Strava (personal training log)
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Tuesday August 2, 2022 an update on the dog bite, a review of my favorite world championships pins, and even a bit of shoe talk
Wednesday, August 3, 2022 My 5k goals, weight loss while running, and Bluey
136. How to Avoid Weight Loss Discomfort Lots of runners come to me for help losing weight, getting stronger, and running faster.
One common question that keeps coming up is, “How do I lose weight without all the discomfort?”
They want to make big sweeping changes to their overall health and fitness but want to avoid feeling uncomfortable during the process.
This was definitely me.
I was always looking for shortcuts and hacks that would get me to my goal weight without feeling any discomfort.
I wanted all the gains without any of the pains.
But this is not how things work in the real world.
So in this episode, I take a look at what it actually takes to reach a weight loss goal and the secret of how to avoid weight loss discomfort.
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Crazy Mountain 100: Scott Flatlip & Steven Graham The 1st annual Crazy Mountain 100 Ultra Mountain Run.  We will chat with as many contestants as we can. Finishers and DNF’ers. Hell of a course
Crazy Mountain 100: Michael Adams Michael Adams shares his thoughts and recaps his 100 Miles through the Crazy Mountains. FB: GCRunagadesIG: gascaprunagadesRunagade Hotline: 4062726388gascaprunagades@gmail.commusic: Go Cat Go by Gabriel Lucas https://epidemicsound.com/track/bGxdjTb3cX
What is a runners body Short episode summary   Do you have to look like a runner to be a runner? What does that even mean? Body types are irrelevant! In this episode we’re chatting about the fact that if you’re running, you have a runner’s body.   Timestamps of big takeaways   Being Thin Doesn’t Make You A Runner [00:25] Coach Caroline opens with a candid conversation about her body type. She might not be a very thin person, but that doesn't mean she doesn't have a runner’s body. [00:54] Coach Valerie shares that while there is a body shape people expect for certain sports, the reality is there is no “runner’s body.”   Body Weight vs Body Type [02:24] You are carrying your body weight when you run. So your weight does actually have an impact on your running. But, just because you have a bigger bottom, or belly, doesn’t mean you can’t be a runner.   [03:46] We won’t deny that being thinner or lighter will make you a more efficient runner, but you don’t have to be thin or a certain weight to start running.   Don’t Wait to Run [04:53] Don’t wait to start running until you reach a certain number on the scale. What is more important than trying to get to a certain number, is making sure you’re moving correctly. That matters regardless of how much you weigh right now! Because even thin people can experience injuries if they don’t use the right standard of movement while running!   Our Reboot is Getting a Reboot [07:44] Our 30 day reboot on YouTube is about to get a reboot. We want to help more people learn how to run pain free. If you’re not following RunRX on social media and on Youtube, you should subscribe and follow to get the latest news and see our latest videos. Rate, Review & Subscribe Reminder Don’t forget to like and subscribe to our show. You can also rate and review our show on iTunes! We’re on Spotify as well, or you can listen to our show directly on Libsyn here.    Links to check out -- https://www.runrx.fit/ -- FREE 30 day reboot on YouTube by RunRX https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDPcF8ZrDdILC8bYyn2zR-4xvqKRzp2re -- Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/runrxfit/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/runrx/  -- Have questions? Email us at support@runrx.fit
198: 100 Junk Miles First up we Air the Grievances (aka the difficulties we all encountered), and seriously it was quite a btich fest, ngl. Actually we sound mega STONED tbh. And we are in a car. First CULTRA recorded in a car, it was stupid AF y'all. But really funny. Really funny. We do not stay on topic, Jimmy starts to get annoyed at Art and Becky and just about shits his little panties. Basically we recount every little thing we did wrong. Fuck. Then we hear from a solo Phat Phreddie as he recounts his amazing experience. Outro music by Nick Byram Become a Cultra Crew Patreon Supporter Cultra Facebook Fan Page Sign up for a race at Live Loud Running
EP 583: TRAINING PRINCIPLES - Nutrition Endurance runners love to eat!  However nutrition for endurance running can be a moving target.  Experimentation is key and once you think you have it figured out, you don't.  We found four nutritional experts to help us understand more about nutrition.   Meredith Terranova, experienced ultra runner, swimmer and athlete with a degree in Human Nutrition and Consumer Science.  Check out her website with coaching options. Matt Fitzgerald, Athlete, Coach, Author and Speaker is a certified sports nutritionist including many on nutrition.  Check out his new running camp concept, Endeavorun Stephanie Howe is a PhD in Nutrition and Exercise Science and elite athlete.  Check out her coaching and web site with many great recipes Bob Seebohar is a board certified specialist in Sports Dietetics and former director of sports nutrtition for the University of Florida and served as a sports dietitian for the US Olympic Committee.  Hire him as a coach
s2/e27 Heavy Lifting for Runners with Dr. Kate Bochnewetch PT, DPT, CSCS (@the_running_dpt) STRENGTH TRAINING - always a hot topic with runners! Physical therapist and running coach Dr. Kate Bochnewetch (@the_running_dpt) joins the show to discuss the different kinds of strength training and what "heavy lifting" means (and why YOU should be doing it!)

What is "strength training" & why is it important for runners?
When your "strength" training actually is cardio in disguise
Circuit training
What is HIIT, actually?
Why "heavy" lifting is relative!
How to figure out YOUR appropriate weight/load
The importance of rest between sets
PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD 101
Periodizing your strength training
Muscle soreness
The "minimum effective dose" of strength training
and more!

Kate Bochnewetch PT, DPT, CSCS (@the_running_dpt) is a Western NY based physical therapist and lifelong runner. Kate is also an RRCA Run Coach, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and Level 1 Certified Running Gait Analyst. Kate provides personalized running and strength coaching for beginner and amateur runners to achieve their goals while minimizing risk for injury, as well as group strength coaching for runners who are new to strength training through her Strong Beginnings Group Program.
Heysen End To End - Fastest Known Time Marcus Staker, Rurik (Roo) Symon, Dan Camac, and Simon Duke set out to break the fastest known time for the 1,200km Heysen Trail. Come and join some of the boys and their crew chief Liz Woodgate recap this amazing feat, run in memory of their friend Randell Taylor. (Cover photograph by Calumn Hockey.)
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Ep 392 | Who is France's Nigel? | The Bad Stuff In their weekly setting the world to rights, David and Jody discuss the lack of highlights shows for the Commonwealth games or Womens Football Championships, and the fact that &apos;Michael Johnson doesn&apos;t believe in the times....&apos; - What does this mean?? What can we do to improve the state of English athletics,  and why is it being neglected?  And why are we still talking about Nigels???
287: Sinclaire Johnson - Back in the Driver Seat Carrie chats with middle distance superstar Sinclaire Johnson! They talk about her recent successes, racing in Europe, trusting herself and taking back the driver seat in her own career, the importance of surrounding yourself with the right people, and so much more!
Ep 19- College Experience with Dylan and Ethan This is a great discussion for any runner keen to find out more about the US College system. Similarly, it's a relevant listen for any runner that feels 'stuck in their comfort zone', has a 'gut feel' that they should try something 'new/different/broaden their horizons' but lacks the gumption to try.

In this chat I caught up with distance runners; Dylan Burrows and Ethan Anthony while they were back in Australia, 3 years into their US College experience at Div 2 school; Oklahoma Christian. They detail the ups n' downs/injuries/success'/experiences/growth and learnings of the past 3 years. (I was their interim coach for 6 months in 2018/19 before they left for the US.)

Ethan and Dylan's exciting US college journey still has a way to go, they may achieve their goals or they may not... at the end of the day it doesn't matter.... they are having fun pursuing their passion and trying something novel......'a new experience'...they will come out the other end more worldly and experientially richer.... If you are interested in following their journey, go to: @_dylanburrows and @_ethananthony. Have fun boys and keep lighting it up.
Brodie Kane - A Bloody Good Yarn Kia ora e te whānau. It’s only bloody well Brodie Kane!!! From territorial soldier to journalist to broadcaster to this season’s Dancing With The Stars runner-up, two things Brodie has always enjoyed is a run and a good yarn. We talk to Brodie about her life growing up in a sporting family (don’t even get us started about her mother, Jo, who swam the Cook Strait) to marathons and the mighty Coast to Coast. Jeepers this is a good ‘un. We go from car chases (true) to marathons to professional podcasting - which is unlike what we do - to moving from being a public figure to being a PUBLIC figure on Dancing With The Stars. Brodie Kane rules, and so does this conversation. Enjoy. Episode Links Brodie Kane on Instagram Brodie Kane Home Lactic Turkey Junior Trail CampCurraNZSOS HydrationSCOTT Running Coros NZJulbo Eyewear UltrAspireirunfarGivealitle for Kerry’s Rehab Dirt Church Radio on InstagramDirt Church Radio on Twitter Dirt Church Radio on Facebook Dirt Church Radio on PatreonCieleFurther Faster New Zealand
Episode 36 : The Struggle is Real On todays episode of the Move with Mace podcast, you hear from me, Mace, how struggle is part of life. From the triumphs to tribulations, no one journey is a constant flow of smooth and steady. Tune in today and hear my struggle and how I hit pause to do some self reflection.
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Race hydration, HITT workouts, and pacing (Monthly Q & A) In this episode, we answer listener questions about in-race hydration, HIIT workout efficacy, and pacing ourselves in races, whether in a mile or a marathon.
After that, we discuss world of running updates about a stellar performer at the USA master’s championships, the new candidates for world marathon majors, and more.
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Finding time for Rehab, Strength & Running Today's episode covers a question submitted by a podcast listener: “Do you consider rehab exercises to count towards strength training? I do my 15-20 minutes of exercises that were prescribed for a hamstring injury 5 days/week, but also try to do strength training 3 days/week for 30 minutes. So when I do all that, plus run 50-60 miles per week, it’s like a full-time job! Can I condense all this without sacrificing strength?” Brodie discussed the general guidelines, principles and frequencies of rehabilitation exercises and strength exercises. In addition, how do these variables change when the injury gets better or experiences a flare-up. Tune in to learn how to schedule your week and create an efficient, effective weekly routine to better serve your running and recovery.  Check out the new Run Smarter YOUTUBE Channel Become a patron! Receive Run Smarter Emails Book a FREE Injury chat with Brodie Run Smarter App IOS or Android  Podcast Facebook group Run Smarter Course with code 'PODCAST' for 3-day free trial.
#459 - Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, MD: Returning to Running Post-Covid/Long Covid Returning to running post-COVID, and understanding exactly what COVID and long-COVID can do to our bodies, has become one of the most important topics in running. With that in mind, one of the leading voices on long-COVID in the country, someone who has also qualified for the Boston Marathon, joins us on the show. It was an absolute honor to speak with Monica Verduzco Gutierrez, MD.In this episode, Monica talks about recovery from COVID, why it impacts individuals differently, guidelines to returning to exercise, "radical rest," how HR can play a role in the recovery, what long-COVID is and how it can be addressed, and so much more.Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez is an accomplished academic Physiatrist and Professor and Chair of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio. She previously was the Medical Director of the Brain Injury and Stroke Program at a top three US News and World Report Best Hospital for Rehabilitation.Dr. Gutierrez grew up in South Texas, then moved to Houston where she earned her undergraduate degree at Rice University, her medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine, and completed her PM&R residency training at the Baylor College of Medicine-UT Houston Rehabilitation Alliance. She excitedly moved to San Antonio to lead the distinguished Department of Rehabilitation Medicine in 2020. Her area of clinical expertise is the care of patients with traumatic brain injury, stroke rehabilitation, and interventional spasticity management. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she has developed a Post-COVID Recovery Clinic to aid in the rehabilitative recovery of patients with functional, mobility, and cognitive deficits after infection with coronavirus. She is now one of the leading voices in the country on this topic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Common Ground - Episode 6 In our sixth installment of Common Ground, a monthly cross-cast I’m co-hosting with Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout Podcast, we talk all things World Athletics Championships! We give you our favorite moments from the meet and I give some personal updates on my training/running journey. I also give some insight into my day job at College Horizons, a national non-profit that supports American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian youth in their higher education journey. For more info, go to https://www.collegehorizons.org. Common Ground will be released monthly in both the morning shakeout and Grounded Podcast feeds so there’s no need to subscribe to a separate show. Please let us know what you think by sending us a message via social media—@theAMshakeout or @groundedpod on both Instagram and Twitter—or leave a rating/review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.   Follow the Morning Shakeout Podcast & Mario Fraioli: Instagram: @theamshakeout Twitter: @theamshakeout Mario Fraioli: Website| Strava   Follow Grounded Pod: Instagram: @groundedpod Twitter: @groundedpod Facebook: facebook.com/groundedpodwithdinee   Subscribe, Listen, & Review on: Spotify | Apple Podcasts | Soundcloud | Stitcher   Editing for this episode by John Summerford. Grounded Podcast theme music by Jacob Shije (Santa Clara Pueblo, NM). Photo of Dinée Dorame by Aisha McAdams.
Legends of parkrun: How Arthur Walsham’s story reminded us of Bob Emmerson, Northampton’s octogenarian running machine There has been much talk this week in the parkrun community - and beyond - about the fantastic achievement of 92-year-old Arthur Walsham.
Despite his more senior years, Arthur completed his 300th parkrun at Longford Park in Stretford, near Manchester.
It reminded us of our Running Tales chat with Northampton parkrun legend Bob Emmerson last year.
In July 2021, Bob - then 88, now 89 - was stranded on 399 parkruns as the coronavirus pandemic took hold.
He's thankfully completed that milestone now and is well on the way to 450 parkruns.
Back then though the world was a more uncertain place.
Running Tales spoke to Bob about his weekly 5k, as well as an incredible running career which includes finishing the London Marathon in under three hours and running the London to Brighton Ultra Race.
We thought it was well worth another listen...
 
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Erchana Murray is running from the tip to toe of Australia! Welcome to the podcast! Episode 166 is an interview with Erchana Murray.  Erchana is running a marathon every day, making my way from the tip of mainland Australia (Cape York) to the toe (Melbourne) that’s 155 consecutive marathons for a total of 6,200kms to spread a very important message - Extinction is a CHOICE. That's right, 150 consecutive marathons to be the voice for our native animals. Erchana is aiming to raise $62,000 and has added some stakes to her run: if she doesn’t finish it in 6 months or less she will be returning all donations. That’s awesome confidence!!
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#51: Kilian Jornet's Advice to Improve Your Running Kilian Jornet is the greatest mountain and ultra runner of all time. We discuss how runners of all levels can improve in training and racing. This applies to trail, ultra, mountain and road running.  Full YouTube interview: https://youtu.be/OJZO-t6O5Bk Chapters: 0:00 Intro Kilian Jornet 3:28 How Kilian trains to prep for races 5:45 Two a day workouts 6:58 How Kilian measures training intensity 10:15 Intensity zones after cardiac drift 13:13 Mistakes many runners make with training intensity 18:15 How Kilian tracks his training, with volume, terrain and intensity 20:18 Altitude training, with lower blood oxygen levels 22:25 Training different adaptations 24:13 Product development in wearables 27:09 How Kilian journals every workout 29:55 Advise to other runners to improve their journaling 32:40 How Kilian goes about training his mind for discomfort 37:42 Find what motivates you to perform the best 39:30 Training adaptations for altitude 42:07 Sleeping and training in altitude tent? 43:15 Heat training 44:25 Any Aha moments in Kilian’s training journey? 47:15 How is Kilian able to combine training, parenting and working? 50:01 How Kilian brings his kids on outdoor adventures 51:02 Kilian’s books 52:14 Training for the Uphill Athlete book 53:48 Advise to runners to improve their training and racing Subscribe and hit the bell to see new videos: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT   LINKS AND TOOLS MENTIONED: ► Above the Clouds Book: https://amzn.to/3OTYYlH ► Training for the Uphill Athlete Book: https://amzn.to/3PWOcwd ► Nnormal: https://www.nnormal.com/ ► COROS APEX Pro watch: https://amzn.to/3PToyIX ► Extramilest Show with Eliud Kipchoge on Running Advice: https://extramilest.com/47 ► Extramilest Show with Patrick McKeown on Breathing Techniques: https://extramilest.com/30 ► Extramilest Show with Wim Hof on Breathing Techniques: https://extramilest.com/wimhof Affiliate Disclosure: I may earn commissions if you purchase items via my affiliate links. "As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.” Affiliate links do not increase cost to you. Also, you do not need to use these links. You can also search for these same items in Amazon or on any search engine/shopping site of your choice and buy/research them that way.   FIND KILIAN JORNET HERE: ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kilianjornet/ ► Strava: https://www.strava.com/pros/5452411 ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/kilianj ► YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/kilianjornet ► Website: https://www.kilianjornet.cat/   YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: ► Podcast: https://extramilest.com/podcast/ ► Personal Best 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   ABOUT THE EXTRAMILEST SHOW: A podcast and YouTube channel where host Floris Gierman interviews world class athletes, coaches and health experts on the topic of how to become a stronger, healthier and happier athlete.   Subscribe and hit the bell to see new videos: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT   🚨BIG GIVEAWAY!! I’m buying and giving away a COROS APEX Pro, valued at $399. The same Multisport GPS Watch Kilian uses. To enter, subscribe to my channel and comment below: what was your favorite takeaway, lesson or quote from this episode? 1 winners will be picked at random.🚨
218: Ian Mackay Wants To Ride Until The Batteries Run Out “Hey, I can still live the life that I love and I just have to do it in a sightly different way.” Ian Mackay is a World Record holder quadriplegic athlete with enduring spirit. Ian chats about his non profit Ian’s Ride and the group ride he puts on each yaer. Hear how Ian broke the World Record for greatest distance covered in 24 hours by a motorized wheelchair, his mentoring, and other amazing stories. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. https://www.iansride.com Allwedoisrun.com Ian Mackay Contact Info: Website: https://www.iansride.com ian@iansride.com https://www.facebook.com/IansRide https://twitter.com/iansride2016 https://www.instagram.com/ians_ride/ Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: luis@roaddogpodcast.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: kevin@roaddogpodcast.com yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com
248: Birmingham Commonwealth Games Marathon 248: Birmingham Commonwealth Games Marathon

Brad struggles with a sore throat.
Julian finds a brief appreciation for parenting and spends time with the new puppy.
Brady learns the hard way why you should always change the batteries in a GoPro.


Jessica Stenson won the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games Marathon running 2:27:31 on the streets of Birmingham adding to her two bronze medals from the previous games at Glasgow and Gold Coast. Teammates Eloise Wellings and Sinead Diver who ran with Jess in the main pack for a significant portion of the race finished fourth and fifth respectively. Margaret Muruiki of Kenya and defending champion Helalia Johannes of Namibia rounded out the podium.
Official Women’s Marathon Results

Liam Adams took the race on in the men’s marathon, leading for over the first half of the race before Victor Kiplangat of Uganda and the then-chasing pack broke the race open, Kiplangat winning in 2:10:55. Alphonce Simbu of Tanzania won silver and Githae of Kenya took the bronze, with Liam only 7 seconds behind Githae in fourth. Andy Buchanan moved through the field to finish 7th overall in his debut global championship.
Official Men’s Marathon Results
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The boys then discuss the significance of Commonwealth Games compared to the World Athletics Championships and the potential impact on the next generation and general public.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/australias-jessica-stenson-wins-commonwealth-games-marathon-gold/ 

In the South Australia XC Champs, it was Matt Clarke over Adrian Potter and Max Stevens over 10k at Victoria Park, while Caitlin Adams took the state title ahead of Lucy Mauviel and Brooke Heins.
Results


Queensland State XC Champs won by Aidan Hobbs and Lauren Kerwick.
Results


Sydney Marathon to undergo candidacy process for World Major Marathon status.
Official Press Release

This week the boys go through a series of quick-fire listener questions, ranging from the comm games marathon, the recent world championships and the very early Paris Olympic marathon team selection.
Moose on the Loose winds things up with the small fields on display and some of the bureaucratic mishaps with the marathon lineups.

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Episode 95 - Sean Donnelly A gallon of milk, a pound of pasta and a pound of ground beef is what transformed Sean Donnelly. A self proclaimed uncoordinated kid, Sean took the untraditional route to the throws. He left the baseball team after being deemed the 4th string catcher.
Late in his high school career, he got introduced to the weight room and became invested in becoming a Strong Man. His diet from above led the charge from transforming himself from 180 pounds to 240 pounds. The time in the weight room caught the eye of the throws coach and convinced Donnelly to go out for track.
Donnelly took to the throws very quickly. His strength led him to strong marks in just one short season but was too late in the college recruiting process to get looks from big schools. He was in constant contact with Mount Union and could see himself at the school regardless of the track team.
From there, Donnelly experienced success early on as he finished 5th at Outdoor Nationals his freshman year. As time went on, he continued to improve. By his senior year, Donnelly had won 4 national titles and had to make a decision about his future. He could stay at Mount Union for his last season or go to the University of Minnesota for a job opportunity while also being able to compete.
Donnelly made the decision to go to Minnesota which propelled him into his career today. He finished 4th at D1 Nationals and went onto finish 9th at the trials. In his career, he’s finished top 5 in the USA 7 times.
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Episode 48: Commonwealth Games Preview The Two Men on the Run preview the Birmingham Commonwealth Games and discuss the first athletics event of the Games, the Mena and Women's Marathon, plus we catch up on their training and racing over the last couple of weeks.
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12x Gold Medalist Michael Johnson On The State of Track and Field in America, How To Improve Athlete Storytelling "The athletes are great and they're the best. We do need to highlight them and not have them hidden. We need the best of the best to stand alone by themselves so that they are highlighted but we have them embedded in a much broader volume of athletes who are good. They're the best too but we need the best of the best to be right there by themselves..."
Chris Chavez, Kyle Merber and John Anderson speak with 12-time gold medalist Michael Johnson for a wide-ranging discussion assessing the state of track and field in America, globally and what can be done to improve the way things are run from the top down.
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GARMIN: Music. Training. Data. The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music is my favorite running partner. You do the running. This GPS running smartwatch does the thinking. It even gets to know you and your body better, mile after mile and song after song. Get one for yourself here &gt;&gt; https://bit.ly/3Pcu0qo
Article One Eyewear: Article One is an independent eyewear company based in Flint, Mich. with designers with deep roots in running. All their frames are handcrafted in a small village in Northern Italy. Designed with your entire day in mind, Article One takes you from a long run in the morning to drinks on the patio to wind down. Their timeless silhouettes, paired with technical components — like adjustable silicone nose pads, polarized lenses, and spring hinges — create running sunglasses that are standalone. CITIUS MAG listeners get 20% off using CITIUS at checkout at https://articleoneeyewear.com/
HYDROW: Hydrow is a state-of-the-art rowing experience. Hydrow works 86% of major muscle groups, compared with only 44% from cycling. That’s twice the benefit in half the time! It’s a perfect low-impact workout to add to your training cycle for both endurance and resistance training. Use code CITIUS100 for $100 off of the rower (stackable with any current offerings) &gt;&gt; https://hydrow.com/
@HaywardMagic is the Instagram home for the true track & field diehards, dreamers and fans. They are sharing the magic of the sport and elevating the athletes that push it forward. Follow them on Instagram @HaywardMagic.
2x Olympic Champion Ashton Eaton Opens Up On How He Navigated The Workforce Market After Retiring At 28 Years Old + Advice For Other Athletes “Personally, I never identified as just an athlete. I did sport my whole life. It was the only thing I knew but I’ve always been the kind of person that’s not necessarily that thing that I’m doing. I’ve always had other interests. For me, I was just ready and it was OK to say, ‘I did the things I tried to do as best as I could do them. Maybe there was more there and more left but that’s for somebody else now.’”
In Jan. 2017, Ashton Eaton and Brianne Theisen-Eaton announced their retirement at the prime of their respective careers at 28 years old. Ashton was coming off defending his Olympic gold medal at the Summer Games in Rio. Brianne earned a bronze medal in the heptathlon in Brazil as well. They started a family and Ashton went back to school to pursue a degree in engineering. How did the former world's greatest athlete navigate the job market and what were some of the challenges along the way?
Ashton sits down with Kyle Merber to open up about his own personal experience. They're also joined by Chris O'Donnell, the co-founder of The Bell Lap, which is a program focused on helping professional Track & Field athletes’ transition into the business community. For more information visit TheBelLap.com | They are now taking applications for the Class of 2022.
WATCH THIS EPISODE/CONVERSATION HERE: https://youtu.be/8fyLuGf394g?t=4490
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GARMIN: Music. Training. Data. The Garmin Forerunner 245 Music is my favorite running partner. You do the running. This GPS running smartwatch does the thinking. It even gets to know you and your body better, mile after mile and song after song. Get one for yourself here &gt;&gt; https://bit.ly/3Pcu0qo
Article One Eyewear: Article One is an independent eyewear company based in Flint, Mich. with designers with deep roots in running. All their frames are handcrafted in a small village in Northern Italy. Designed with your entire day in mind, Article One takes you from a long run in the morning to drinks on the patio to wind down. Their timeless silhouettes, paired with technical components — like adjustable silicone nose pads, polarized lenses, and spring hinges — create running sunglasses that are standalone. CITIUS MAG listeners get 20% off using CITIUS at checkout at https://articleoneeyewear.com/
HYDROW: Hydrow is a state-of-the-art rowing experience. Hydrow works 86% of major muscle groups, compared with only 44% from cycling. That’s twice the benefit in half the time! It’s a perfect low-impact workout to add to your training cycle for both endurance and resistance training. Use code CITIUS100 for $100 off of the rower (stackable with any current offerings) &gt;&gt; https://hydrow.com/
@HaywardMagic is the Instagram home for the true track & field diehards, dreamers and fans. They are sharing the magic of the sport and elevating the athletes that push it forward. Follow them on Instagram @HaywardMagic.
Michael McKnight | 200 Mile Racing, Arizona Trail Showdown, Running Industry Reflections Michael McKnight is a professional trail runner for Salomon based in Logan, UT. You may recognize Michael as one of the top athletes on the 200 mile racing scene and we do talk a bit about that towards the end of the episode, but this conversation delves a fair bit into the philosophical as well as Michael reflects on being outspoken on social media on a whole array of issues, managing a coaching business through turbulent economic times, and the takeaways from working on the corporate side of the sport in many capacities. We also talk about and build up some hype for Michael’s next project - and what I believe is one of the most unique events our sport has seen in a while - a head to head battle for the Arizona Trail FKT taking place in October.Sponsors:Kodiak Cakes - use code Singletrack15 at checkout for 15% off your orderInsideTracker - go to insidetracker.com/singletrack to get 20% off your orderTrails and Tarmac - go to trailsandtarmac.com and mention this podcast in the contact form to get 20% off your first month of coachingTimestamps:(3:06) - experience and takeaways working for Altra in customer service, events, and athlete management(18:32) - motivations for the move from Altra to Salomon, getting into coaching(28:19) - living and training in Logan, UT(34:53) - social media, being outspoken about certain hot topics in our sport(41:31) - specializing, building a career around 200 mile races(47:00) - whether a playbook is forming for how to run 200 milers(52:51) - Arizona Trail FKT showdownLinks:Follow Michael on InstagramGet coached by Michael for 200 mile racesAdditional Episodes You May Enjoy:#73 - Joe McConaughy | Cocodona 250 Win, Long Trail FKTs, Coaching Ultra RunnersSupport the show
Monday Mindset: Your Chaos Comfort Zone You can be in your comfort zone and still be uncomfortable.Yes! You can be going crazy and completely stressed out with too much to do. Yes, this is the life of a business owner.The chaos feels uncomfortable, but that very chaos can be your comfort zone.
My First Ultra: Season 2 Kick-off Hey friends, we are back for another season!  Catch up with us after our month off and let's chat about some upcoming guests!
Pacing science and training talk with Andy Renfree, PhD | EP#349 Andy Renfree, PhD, is a sports and exercise scientist with a background in and passion for running. In this interview, we discuss one of Andy's main areas of expertise, the science of pacing. We also have a more general discussion about training, sports science, and the integration of the two.       IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -The science of pacing -Practical recommendations for improved pacing -The messy reality of training and the implications for athletes and coaches -The role of sports science in training and coaching SHOWNOTES: https://scientifictriathlon.com/tts349/ SCIENTIFIC TRIATHLON AND THAT TRIATHLON SHOW WEBPAGE: www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/ SPONSORS: ROKA - Exceptional quality triathlon wetsuits, trisuits, swimskins, goggles, performance sunglasses as well as prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses.  Online vision test for prescription updates and home try-on options available for eyeglasses. Ships from the US, UK and EU. Trusted by world-leading athletes such as  Lucy Charles-Barclay, Javier Gómez Noya, Flora Duffy, Morgan Pearson, Summer Rappaport and others in triathlon, cycling, speed skating, and many more. Visit roka.com/tts for 20% off your order. ZEN8 - The ZEN8 Indoor Swim Trainer is a one of a kind swim bench for time-crunched triathletes looking to improve their swim technique, power and propulsion, and consistency of swim training. It is very affordable, about the price of a pair of running shoes, and Zen8 offer free shipping in the US and the UK. Best of all, you can try it risk-free. If you don't love it after two weeks, send it back and get a full refund. Get 20% off your order at zen8swimtrainer.com/tts. LINKS AND RESOURCES: Andy's blog, Twitter and Research Gate A selection of studies on pacing from Andy and his colleagues Influence of an Enforced Fast-Start on 10-km Running Performance - Carmo et al. 2015 The Influence of Collective Behavior on Pacing in Endurance Competitions - Renfree et al. 2015 Effects of different goal orientations and virtual opponents performance level on pacing strategy and performance in cycling time trials - Carmo et al. 2021 Affective Feelings and Perceived Exertion During a 10-km Time Trial and Head-to-Head Running Race - Carmo et al. 2020 Risk Perception Influences Athletic Pacing Strategy - Micklewright et al. 2014 The influence of performance level, age and gender on pacing strategy during a 100-km ultramarathon - Renfree et al. 2015 Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder by Nassim Nicholas Taleb Athletics: How to become a champion by Percy Cerutty 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 mikael@scientifictriathlon.com or connect on Instagram, <a hr
Season 11, Episode 21: The Post-Run Protocol This week Sue and Meagan run long together; we are starting Endure by Alex Hutchinson in Meagan’s Book Club; our Runner Girl of the Week commiserates about summer running; and in Running News, Sidney Marathon wants in on the World Majors, Ashely Paulson wins a marathon after crushing Badwater, Molly Seidel runs UTMB Speedboat incognito, and the Track and Field World Champs comes to an end.

 
Meagan’s Book Club
Current selection: Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance by Alex Hutchinson
Runner Girls Book List on Amazon
 
Runner Girl of the Week
Patrice on Strava 
 
Running News
Sidney Marathon announced as candidate for World Marathon Majors
Molly Seidel jumps into the trail running scene
After breaking record at Death Valley Race, St George woman wins marathon 11 days later
136: Wellness walks, coach goals, & knocking counties - with Josh Schofield On today’s episode, we catch up with Josh Schofield from PGC1 Coaching - a Running Coach with a Masters in sport & exercise nutrition, and a sub 15 minute 5K runner! 

Last time we spoke with Josh he wasn’t doing a great deal of running at all. He was more focused on coaching his clients, while playing a spot of cricket here and there. 

Well, now he’s back out of ’semi retirement’ and switching his spikes of this road shoes as he prepares to take on his FIRST EVER marathon in London this October! 
AskJake: Each week, we'll take one of your questions and Jake will answer it.  Today it's about getting back into running after losing fitness.
See the full show notes & resources here: http://runningwithjake.com/plodcast
Brum's the word: Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games 1 This is Brum's the word from Anything but Footy - the podcast reviewing the first few days of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.We talk Triathlon, Swimming, Gymnastics, Weightlifting and the Opening Ceremony - remember that? There's also 'the Bull' and 3x3 Basketball!If you've been supporting the Lionesses for the past few weeks don't worry - there's a week of sporting action to come in the Commonwealth Games - we'll bring you the Team England highlights so far! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Special Episode: Extraordinary People -- Brad Quinn Brad Quinn, very quietly and without much fanfare, ran 26.2 miles (a marathon) every day for 400 days, beginning in 2019. He is a full-time occupational therapist, husband and father of four. Oh, and he occasionally was a race director for Tejas Trails. Brad talks about his running history, the marathon challenge and race directing. You can see him at Reveille Peak Ranch, at the end of August, where he will co-direct the final of the summer nighttime trail races.

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291. City Challenge Race 10 Year Anniversary with Elvi Guzman! We had Elvi Guzman on the show to talk about his 10 year anniversary of City Challenge Race! City Challenge Race has great obstacles, epic medals, a huge support system comprised of gyms and teams, and much more going for them!  Their next event in New York City will also have prize money for the first time! These events have been on Mike's radar for a long time and with Katelyn's family living in New Jersey you'd think that we would have had the opportunity to run one by now.  We hope to check out one of his races soon and we recommend that you do as well! 0:00 - 2:25 - Intro 2:25 - 11:08 - Quick News 11:08 - 11:45 - Content Preface 11:45 - 46:06 -  Interview with Elvi Guzman 46:06 - End - Outro ____ News Stories: Wreck Bag Out of Business Kevin Gregory's Dad Amine Dib (founder of Hannibal Race) is now a US Citizen Lars Arneson Marries Heather Lindsay Webster Wins Another Sky Race OCRWC 15k Cuttoff Time Change Newbsanity's WTM Training Weekend Ode to Laz Finisher and Runner Up Deka Fit Chicago Podiums Canine Train Secret Link Birthday Surprise Secret Link Bodybuilding Secret Link Not Even Atkins Secret Link ____ Related Episodes: 165. New England OCR Expo and Party! ____  Next episode is Mike's 10th/11th year OCR anniversary!  We will hopefully hearing from someone that was vital in his OCR origin story yet 99.9% of you will have no idea who it is! ____ The OCR Report Sponsored Athletes: Javier Escobar and Kelly Sullivan! Support us on Patreon for exclusive content and access to our Facebook group For a podcast shirt, send $20 to Katelyn-Ritter-8 on Venmo with your size and address Check out our Threadless Shop Use coupon code "adventure" for 10% off MudGear products Use coupon code "ocrreport20" for 20% off Caterpy products Like us on Facebook: Obstacle Running Adventures Follow our podcast on Instagram: @ObstacleRunningAdventures Write us an email: obstaclerunningadventures@gmail.com Subscribe on Youtube: MStefano Running Intro music - "Streaker" by: Straight Up Outro music - "Iron Paw" by: Dubbest
81. Daniel Davis This week Daniel Davis joins Clint and Jack to chat about DJ’ing, Burning Man, getting involved in the ultrarunning community through volunteering and crewing, filming the last mile of Western States over and over again and beer. You can find Daniel on Instagram at @davedanis Help support our show on Patreon. Get a shout-out and get some bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/beerontherun Check out our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/969035247373743. Find our podcast on Instagram @BeerOnTheRunPod and on Twitter @BeerOnTheRun. All of our links are on our Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/BeerOnTheRunPod. Come by and say hi and let us know what you think about our show. Please check out our friend and sponsor's website and podcast. Luis Escobar is the host of The Road Dog Podcast and puts on races at All We Do Is Run.
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