Running podcast that helps you unlock your potential to master marathon training and life. Listen as coach Angie Spencer shares her knowledge and experience as both a marathoner and registered nurse to help you run smarter, feel better, and go the distance. Whether you are a new runner or have logged many miles, Marathon Training Academy will propel you to the next level.
By runners, for runners - Marathon Talk is a weekly podcast dedicated to keeping you on the inside track to successful running. Experienced multi-sport athletes Martin Yelling and Tom Williams discuss interesting and topical issues from the world of marathon running and along with regular guest interviews provide all the inspiration, motivation and knowledge you need to achieve your goals.
The Extra Mile Podcast is a podcast for runners who are training for fall half and full marathons to share their training progress with other runners. Runners training for the Phedippidations World Wide Half Marathon in October 2007 will provide regular, short audio updates on the progress of their training from week to week. We hope that this will encourage and inspire fellow runners as we train together through the coming months.
Since 2008, the Two Gomers have been getting off the couch and doing things they never thought they could do. First, they trained for a Half Marathon. Then they went for the full. After that, they tried to run 26.2 in under 5 hours (the Sub-Five Strive). After a fourth season of some major life changes (a new baby for one, a new job for the other), and Season 5 where they went back to the basics, learning to train for a Half Marathon all over again, Season 6 is upon us: Two Gomers Race A Triathlon! Join Steven and Anthony as they continue to challenge themselves, run (swim and bike) ridiculous distances, and go off on about a dozen entertaining tangents per episode. Whether this podcast motivates, entertains, or inspires, we hope you enjoy Two Gomers Run For Their Lives! Happy Running!
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Mojo for Running Coach Debbie Voiles presents training principles and advice to help runners of all levels make wise training decisions. Topics include training schedules, base building, tapering, cross training, speed work, race strategy, running form, stretching, nutrition, drills, motivation, and injury prevention.
The Extra Mile Podcast- GALLOWAY EDITION is a podcast for runners of ALL abilities who want to learn everything they can about the Galloway RUN/WALK/RUN training method right from Jeff ! This podcast will Run/Walk you right through Jeff's 30 week marathon training schedule and gently get you to the finish line of your fall marathon "INJURY FREE"!!!
Click here to donate and download the Season 7 specials! The Conquer the Capital race is TOMORROW, and the guys have a lot of questions for one another about it – and you get a front seat as they search for the answers. When will they go to the expo? Will they run together? How will they survive the heat and hills? Are their wives mad at them? Will they have surprise guests? And maybe most important: Who are they wearing? Perhaps this classic ensemble? It’s been a crazy season up this point! How will it end? Thanks for all your support, Nation, and if you haven’t donated and downloaded our specials, now’s the perfect time on our website or FB page! Happy Running, see you after the race! Click here to donate and download the Season 7 specials!
It’s a bit before the hot, hot summer weather hits, and you can tell your fellow Extra Milers are taking advantage of it! Just have a listen how the inspiration flows in this episode. And an update from a very special Extra Miler as well! Please take a few minutes to check out the GREAT Extra Milers below while you are visiting. Enjoy!!! Check out a few people who help this podcast continue and deserve your clicks: · sQoosh Bands.. MORE than a sweatband! · The Seeker Podcast · Carlos, The Running Jackal · David Foss · Mark Sands YouTube Page · Chris Russell – Run Run Live Podcast Thanks again for downloading the show and giving us an hour or so of your time. We invite your comments, questions, and training updates either in a 1-2 minute audio submission to email@example.com .We would love to add your voice to the next episode! Please subscribe in iTunes using the link to the right or download the show by clicking HERE. Until our next episode, you all enjoy your Extra Mile.
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We're live from The Night of the 10,000m PBs at Parliament Hill, Bekele and Dibaba win in Manchester, Ethiopia announce their Olympic marathon team, there's talk of a sub-two-hour relay marathon and you guys rock your Marathon Talk kit all around the world.
Click on this link, or any below, to get to the Two Gomers Store. Donate and download the Specials! https://two-gomers.myshopify.com As the Conquer the Capital race approaches (less that one week!) the Gomers have put together a set of amazing Specials for you. As always, you can go the Two Gomers Store to find these specials. Here is what you’ll get for your donation toward the podcast: $2.99 Base Level Donation – Two Gomers Grow Up $6.20 10 k Donation – Also True Gomer Media Confessions: Music $13.1 Half Marathon Level Donation – Also True Gomer Media Confessions: Movies AND Secret Gomer Emails Revealed $19.3 Conquer The Capital Level Donation – All that AND a signed photo of us after the race and we thank you by name on the podcast $26.2 Keep the Lights on Donation – All that plus the Lost Episodes, not available for over two years Thanks so much for listening, supporting, and downloading! We appreciate it more than we could ever say! Steven and Anthony https://two-gomers.myshop ...
David Willey has guided Runner’s World to its most successful years -with a HUGE readership both in print and online and 18 international editions. They have recently jumped into the podcasting space with two new shows of their own, the Runner’s World Show and The Human Race. In this interview we asked David about his running journey and what led to working at Runner’s World, a day in the life of an editor-in-chief, his impression of the running scene in China, and his quest to produce an NPR style podcast for runners. Interview with David Willey You can connect with David on Twitter @dwilleyRW Questions: How did you get started in running? What’s a typical day look like as the Editor-in-Chief at RW? You were recently in China, what’s your impression of the running scene there? Any big differences in how they organize races in China? From your vantage point, what does the state of running look like in the US? What led you guys to get into podcasting? You enjoy bringing great storie ...
Kenya and Russia are in a bit of hot water, Nicky Spinks knocks out one of the greatest British endurance performances ever, Scott Westcott will be the oldest Aussie in Rio, Martin speaks to Marathon Talk listener and mindfullness guru Paul Baswick in this week’s interview, You guys rock your kit around the world, Fitness Rewards are back with another competition, the great headphone debate kicks off on Facebook Friday, you Rate Your Run and stand atop the Podium.
I hope you still subscribe because I haven't stopped podcasting, I just took a longer break. Longer than I wanted to - sorry. In this episode you can hear me talk some of where I've been and where I'm at now. It's good to be back, I've missed you all. Intro music: Matthew Ebel - Lost My Way www.matthewebel.com Contact me by e-mail (address in link to the right) or post a comment below. Subscribe to this podcast by using the links to the right. Listen to this episode here. (right click [save-as..] for download). Or use the player below.
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Steven’s most horrid run. Anthony’s growing weekly mileage. Near code-browns, hill repeats and numb faces. Star stuck members of the Gomernation. West Wing Gomer quotes. La Croix pronunciations. And quite possibly our most insane movie review ever. Specials drop NEXT week, and they are coming out pretty special indeed. Have a great week, and Happy Running!
I just ran my 44th marathon and collected my 35th state in my 50 state goal. The New Jersey coast is beautiful, unfortunately it rained the entire 26.2 miles and I was underdressed (I was trying to be minimalistic in my packing). I have never been so cold during a race! Other than that, it was a great marathon. Here’s my recap . . . The New Jersey Marathon The 20th annual Novo Nordisk New Jersey Marathon was held on May 1, 2016 in Longbranch, NJ. This marathon gets good reviews in regard to its course, organization and fans. Pre-Race Expo The race sent out good pre-race emails and communication. I drove 5.5 hours from Northern PA where my family lives to Oceanport, NJ. The expo was held at Monmouth Park Racetrack (which opened in 1870) for a few hours on Friday afternoon and evening and all day Saturday. Or you could pay extra to get race day packet pick up. They also offered race deferment if you couldn’t run the event you signed up for this year. It was a medium sized expo with a ...
Kenya might announce their marathon team for Rio, doping is back in the news, a three-time winter-Olympian from the Czech Republic may have just qualified for the Olympic marathon, rumbles of a JOGLE scandal, Martin speaks to Rick Broadbent about his fantastic book on Emil Zatopek and Steve Way about his Wings For Life World Run, you guys rock your kit all around the world, there’s a Fitness Rewards competition, Facebook Friday, Podium, Listener Launch Pad, Rate Your Run and Tom’s kicking back in the Yorkshire sun.
As the Conquer the Capital race fast approaches, the guys catch you up with their latest training – including hills, log runs in bad weather, and bricks. Plus, they debate which is worse – running in the freezing rain or 90 degree humidity. And they also chat about the virtues of a good distracting podcast, their lasting LaCroix legacy, steak, the increasingly controversial question of who is the favorite Gomer, and lasertag. Have a great week, and Happy Running!
This is one of the first podcasts I produced. It’s pretty bad production wise but the interview content with Tom Grant is great. You have to be a real fan of the podcast to suffer through this one! Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
Tom Grant is a Boston qualifier, a marathon maniac and a regular running partner of mine. He’s also one of Ashland’s local ultrarunners. Tom and I have covered probably a few thousand miles together over the years. Tom is training for his first 100 miler and right now that’s probably the most exciting thing going on in the Center of the Universe! In this episode, Tom and I go along for a run and talk about his upcoming race, his training, and what keeps him motivated to do the long stuff. I also briefly recap the 38th Ashland Railroad Run. Thanks for listening! Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
Martin speaks to the Rio-bound Hawkins brothers, there’s a 100-year-old lady knocking some awesome press-ups, speedy Brits at the Payton Jordan Invitational, news of a new UK marathon, Kipchoge sets his sights on Olympic glory, we speak to Ben Pochee about the Night of the 10,000m PBs and Yuki Kawauchi wins the Kawauchi Half Marathon.
Welcome to another UNNUMBERED Edition of The Extra Mile Podcast! Just a very short update on what’s happening to our Facebook page. PLEASE search on “The Extra Mile Podcast Group” and ask to join this new CLOSED group, and then JOIN OUR COMMUNITY!! Please don’t forget to support our amazing sponsor sQoosh Bands.. MORE than a sweatband! Thanks again for downloading the show and giving us an hour or so of your time. We invite your comments, questions, and training updates either in a 1-2 minute audio submission to email@example.com. We would love to add your voice to the next episode! Please subscribe in iTunes using the link to the right or download the show by clicking HERE. Until our next episode, you all enjoy your Extra Mile.
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After a strange month of long conversations, big decisions, and a detour through A Star Wars Story, the guys are back to what started it all: running. Join the Gomers as they talk about their weeks in review including hills, bricks, dry heaves, long mileage, races…and soreness. And what’s this? Could it be Gomer’s Tips? And say WHAT?! Songs to Run To? The guys are really taking this thing seriously! Don’t worry, though, they are still stuck in the 80s in all the right ways. A favorite on Anthony’s playlist. Also, stick around for some responses to the past month’s episodes and decisions in Listener Feedback. Plus, the Monday Survey: Do you have Low-Carb Meals to share? We want to hear em! Happy Listening, and Happy Running! P.S. Sorry for the technical difficulties in the listerner feedback section! Skip to Chapter around 1:21 if you don’t like it!
One sure way to become ensconced in the running community is to become conversant in its terms. In this episode coach Angie explains the terminally, vocabulary, and slang commonly used by runners. This is part 2 of our words you should know series and we think you’ll love it! More running terminology you should know, Injury and Mishaps RICE= Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation; used to treat certain injuries Stitch= side cramp Runners trots= gastrointestinal (GI) problems on the run resulting in diarrhea Code brown= desperately in need of a place to have a bowel movement; this may or may not end in an unfortunate accident (shart=a fart you should not have trusted) Fitness leak= urine leakage caused by high impact activities; most common in women affecting at least 25% Chaffing= an irritation or rubbing of the skin caused by skin to skin or skin to fabric contact made worse by the presence of moisture and heat Chub rub= thigh chaffing from skin rubbing together Stress fracture (SF ...
It’s the week after the London Marathon and we catch up on all the race action plus speak to some Rio Olympic Games Team GB marathoners! We both ran a marathon that wasn’t in Manchester. Yuki zips it right up. Tony is here with his Trials. Martin talks about my Long Run Home. You Rate Your Run, stand proud on a loaded Podium and strutt your MT kit around the globe.
Local running buddies beer night, Boston Marathon cheating, Barkley Marathons, blister busts while sleeping, Pine Creek Challenge 100, Belmead Trail Fest 50, plus the email bag. All in this edition of the Running in the Center of the Universe podcast! Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
Do NOT download this episode if you do NOT want to become jealous of all your fellow Extra Milers! OK, you have been warned. My work here is done. Check out some very cool stuff mentioned in this episode: The Extra Mile Podcast- JEFF GALLOWAY 13.1 EDITION Jeff Galloway 13.1 Road Race Dr. Amanda’s Blog Keith’s Blog Chris Russell’s Run Run Live Podcast Carlos The Running Jackal The Seeker Podcast Please don’t forget to support our amazing sponsor sQoosh Bands.. MORE than a sweatband! Thanks again for downloading the show and giving us an hour or so of your time. We invite your comments, questions, and training updates either in a 1-2 minute audio submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to add your voice to the next episode! Please subscribe in iTunes using the link to the right or download the show by clicking HERE. Until our next episode, you all enjoy your Extra Mile.
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The name says it all! As long as the Gomers podcast exists, there will be Star Wars chat. And so the first footage of a non-trilogy Star Wars movie warrants a bonus ep, wouldn’t you say? The guys talk new directions for the franchise, new music…and possibly new running times. And was that Poe? No, but we can’t help reading into everything we see. AND THAT DISH BEING INSTALLED INTO THE DEATH STAR WHAT Nothing about running, it’s just the guys talking, which we thought you’d like. Happy listening!
Kari Gormley is a fellow podcaster and long time listener to MTA. Last year was she able to rase $8,000 for the charity Action for Healthy Kids while training for the Chicago and New York City Marathons. Many runners choose to enter one of the big six marathons (Boston, New York, Chicago, London, Berlin, Tokyo) on a charity bib. In this interview Kari gives fund raising tips for those running a marathon for charity. Get the $$$ without wearing down your friends and family. Running for Charity Most large marathons have a number of charity partners. In recent years, the Boston Marathon field had typically been made up of 27,000 runners—roughly 22,000 qualifiers (approximately 82 percent) and 5,000 exempt runners (18 percent) participating on behalf of a charity or a sponsor.  The NYC Marathon typically fields between 8-9 thousand charity runners each year. Approximately 27% of Chicago’s 37,000 runners are charity participants. The London Marathon currently has the largest charity ...
Martin speaks to three of the London Marathon’s male British contenders for Rio qualification, Boston has an Ethiopian double, Mike Wardian targets all six World Marathon Majors, Training Talk gives you ten top tips for a terrific London Marathon, you guys rock your Marathon Talk kit around the world, Facebook Friday is all about the dos and don’ts of spectator shouting, Unilite bring you the chance to win a super running head torch on this week’s Listener Podium, and Tom’s back in the house.
The guys continue their important conversation about the state of the podcast, their running and racing journeys, and their friendship. Plus, they get into the most difficult topic they’ve ever had on the podcast to date: How to end this season, and whether this will be their last. Don’t be surprised by a bit of emotion – we know you wouldn’t have it any other way. Plus we talk about Cheeseburger Salad. Happy Running!
A recap of the Milky Way Combo (5k and 13.1 run) held as part of the Martian Race Series. Ramblings about being smarter than drivers and the deplorable actions of some DPS principals. Links: FitBit: States with lowest resting Heart Rate Barkley Ultra Marathon: The Race That Eats Its Young DDRD: Episode 114 - Directors of The Race that Eats its young DDRD: Episode 116 - Barkley Finisher Thanks for listening. Leave a review on Itunes or send me an email : email@example.com
It’s a Team GB Rio Olympic Games Contenders special! We speak to three top female picks for the big trial race in London. We look at the crazy Barkley Marathon and there’s a new World Record for the marathon on an indoor track. The first marathon in Iran kicks off - without women. There’s news of a very speedy 10 year old. We talk tapering in Training Talk. You rate your run, stand proudly on the podium and Tom tells us all about Little Stoke parkrun.
In a nutshell: Things are about to change. After receiving an “inciting incident” email from a kind but concerned listener, the guys have a flurry of conversations about where the podcast is currently, where it’s going…and if it should end. In these next two episodes, they invite you into that conversation. Join them as they get serious, face reality, wax nostalgic, and make some determinations. Remember this? Don’t worry, there’s plenty of TV talk, Star Wars Bluray chat, and other fun stuff along the way – this is the Gomers, after all! Happy running!
After 42 marathons and ultras I’ve gotten to the point where finishing a marathon is not in doubt. Dare I say that I became a bit overconfident about marathons since they’ve gotten fairly easy for me if I’m not trying to set a PR. The New South Trail Marathon was a good lesson in respecting the distance and the course for me. With this marathon, and as I continue my running journey, I realize more and more that running teaches us about ourselves physically, mentally and emotionally and presents many character building opportunities. Respecting the Distance You may remember back to when you first got started on your running journey and it was agony to run for a solid minute. Then there was the process to build up to running that first mile. The next milestone distance is often the 5k. Maybe you’re currently somewhere in this process right now. I remember being terrified before my first ever race, a 5k. And I remember going into my first marathon with so much trepidation. I couldn’t ...
Martin is back in the house. There’s a little running news, a debutante winner of the Reading half and Kenya is still in trouble. We find out about Running Heroes, you share some pics and Rate Your Run. We speak to the wonderful Olympic athlete Eilish McColgan. You’ve got your kit on!
It’s not been THAT long since we caught up, but it’s been LONG ENOUGH!!! So let’s do something about that! In this episode we catch up with Jeff and get specific about Hill Training! Not to be missed! Don’t miss these important items featured in this episode are: • The Jeff Galloway 13.1- SIGN UP AND JOIN US! • JeffGalloway.com • sQoosh Bands! MORE than just a sweatband! • RunDisney • JG 13.1 Hotels • Jeff Galloway Customized Training Programs Thanks SO much for joining us for this amazing journey and Jeff and I hope you will join us on our next adventure!!! We invite your comments, questions, and training updates either in a 1-2 minute audio submission to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the comment line at: 206-339-8741. We would love to add your voice to the next episode! Please subscribe in iTunes using the link to the right or download the show by clicking HERE.
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It’s great to welcome Sean Astin back on the show to talk about what he’s been up to in the last year. In 2015 Sean completed the Dopey Challenge, the Boston Marathon, and the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon which requires a 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile cycle, and 26.2 mile run in under 17 hours. Sean is a Hollywood actor, director, family man, marathoner and creator of the #Run3rd. Interview with Sean Astin Sean was invited to participate in last year’s Ironman Triathlon Championships in Kona, Hawaii. It was his first triathlon and he only gave himself 5-6 months of preparation. He finished in 15:30:31! You can see the full video interview and much more inside Academy Membership. The #Run3rd 5k The #Run3rd 5k in Mesa, Arizona, benefits after-school running programs that keep kids healthy. Last year they raised $10,000 – money that supported 9 different schools. The Virtual 5k can be run anywhere and any time between now and April 30th. Sign up for the virtual event and get a cool shirt and me ...
Lummox is an old friend who now runs ultras. He does it in his own way and trains mostly by himself. This is a great interview. I hope you like it. Thanks for listening to the podcast. Music by Garage Band and the U.S. Marine Band.
Martin is off quaffing it up in the apres-ski hotspots of some swanky resort while Tom dutifully keeps the Marathon Talk show on the road, Mo podiums in Cardiff, Caroline Wostmann wins the Two Oceans, Ed Whitlock notches up a couple more world records, Tony’s here with his Trials, Fitness Rewards are back with another competition, you Rate Your Run and show off your Marathon Talk kit around the world … and Helen Williams Was Turton is in the house!
I’m feeling sort of human again after either catching the flu or being run over by a TRUCK so it must be time for another episode! Please take a few minutes to check out the GREAT Extra Milers below while you are visiting. Enjoy!!! Check out a few people who help this podcast continue and deserve your clicks: · sQoosh Bands.. MORE than a sweatband! · The Seeker Podcast · Carlos, The Running Jackal Thanks again for downloading the show and giving us an hour or so of your time. We invite your comments, questions, and training updates either in a 1-2 minute audio submission to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the comment line at: 206-339-6497. We would love to add your voice to the next episode! Please subscribe in iTunes using the link to the right or download the show by clicking HERE. Until our next episode, you all enjoy your Extra Mile.
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In this, the 9th Episode of Two Gomers Conquer the Capital, the guys talk about how they are gearing up for the upcoming race (s), and discuss injuries, travel, and drawbridges. Plus peeps are yucky, Facebook reactions, old-people-getting-their-second-lease-on-life movies, upside-down-Apple logos, and yes: Cheers Chaaaaaaat! The original two Gomers? See you in a couple weeks! Happy Running!
Martin speaks to Eddie Izzard in South Africa shortly after finishing his 27 marathons in 27 days epic challenge. Tom’s away running Two Oceans so the effervescent ultra marathoner Steve Way joins the show. You’ve won some trainers, torches and breakfast with Kelly Holmes. Steve and Martin talk about being 4 weeks out from your big marathon. Molly huddle shares a cuddle on the finish line, you Rate Your Run, stand on the Podium and have fun in your kit around the world.
Running terminology may not be the most fascinating topic at first glance. However, running like any other sport or profession has a language of its own and it is very important to understand the definitions and terms that will be referred to so you can be in the know. This might be the most exhaustive list of running terms on the internet! Running Terms and Lingo Distances 100 meters= shortest common sprint race held outdoors 200 meters= 1/2 lap around a standard track 400 meters= 1/4 mile, one lap around a standard track 800 meters = 1/2 mile, two laps around a standard track 1200 meter = 3/4 mile, three laps around a standard track 1500 meter = .93 mile, metric mile, 3 3/4 laps around track 5k= 3.1 miles; 5,000 meters 10k= 6.2 miles; 10,000 meters 15k= 9.3 miles; 15,000 meters Half Marathon= 13.1 miles; 21.1k Marathon= 26.2 miles; 42.2k Ultra marathon= any distance greater than 26.2 miles but typically referring to a 50k race or beyond 50k= 31.1 miles Tri/triathlon= a race which ...
We’ve got the second part of our interview with Dame Kelly Holmes, Yuki straps on an actual real-life Yuki Suit, Julia Bleasdale switches from Team GB to Team GER, there’s a super fast Trafford 10k, Tony’s back with his Trials, Tom runs a marathon, Martin speaks to Adharanand Finn, Fitness Rewards are back with another competition, Unilite bring you the Listener Podium and Martin is a week closer to The Long Run Home and Tom is getting ready for South Africa.
On March 5, 2016, I ran the Mississippi Trail 50 Mile Ultramarathon in Desoto National Forest. This episode contains my report from the race. Thanks for listening! Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
Martin speaks to the legendary Dame Kelly Holmes, the world half marathon field hots up, the doping scandal rolls on, Yuki struggles at Lake Biwa, the IOC create a refugee team for Rio, you guys rock your Xempo kit all around the world, Facebook Friday asks for your own personal running challenges and there’s a lop-sided Listener Podium.
In this podcast episode I bring you with me through every mile of this year’s New Orleans Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon. You will hear the sounds of the course, tips, and the chatter in my head that helped me get through the tough later miles. It’s the most unusual race recap we’ve ever put together. Be sure to check out my pictures too! The 2016 New Orleans Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon The Tips from the Course . . . I brought my digital recorder along and shared a tip each mile (whatever came into my mind at the moment, nothing was premeditated). In the later miles it’s funny to see where my headspace was and what I had to tell myself. It was a warm day and I was definitely feeling the pain during the last six miles. Of course, it didn’t help that I went into this marathon under-trained due to laziness. Don’t start too fast! It’s awkward to talk to your digital recorder while running! Don’t fixate on your bladder. Run the tangents. It takes about 3-5 miles to finally settle into the run Practi ...
Oh, but it’s been a long two months! But the Gomers are back, with all sorts of news, updates, and reports. Anthony is traveling the country, and re-upping in training. Steven ran a big race…and then got injured. Both guys are determined to heal, get strong, and run the Conquer the Capital! Plus an Alan Rickman tribute, PBS Kids shows through the ages, vacuum interruptions, Mad Max: Fury Road Oscar chat, how to watch TV when you don’t have TV anymore, and yeah, Fuller House. Doesn’t get any better than that. Have a great couple weeks, Happy Running!
In this episode we talk running watches, fitness trackers, and other tech with gadget guru Ray Maker from the D.C. Rainmaker website. Since Angie and I tend to be not-so-geeky when it comes to running tech (I have used a Garmin 305 wrist laptop up until last year) we were excited to bring a bona fide gadget guru on the podcast. Ray’s product review blog gets over a million visitors a month. He really knows his stuff! Interview Questions for Ray Maker Ray Maker was named by Runner’s World as one of the 50 Most Influential People in Running, he’s a tech blogger behind the website D.C. Rainmaker where you can find in-depth reviews of running watches and other gadgets for endurance sports. You will hear us ask Ray the following questions: When did you start running and what led you to do your first marathon? I’ve read that you lost 60 pounds and dropped your marathon time under 3 hours, what did that process look like? Many people have probably been over to your blog- DC Rainmaker to c ...
Mo wins in Glasgow, world records tumble in Stockholm, Martin speaks to British world record holder Susie Chan, Kenya could be in trouble, Yuki has one last chance to qualify for Rio, Facebook Friday asks for your motivational tips, there’s another competition from Fitness Rewards and you guys Rate Your Run and show of your Xempo bling.
The 15th annual Lost Dutchman Marathon was held on Sunday, Feb 14, 2016 (for those runner’s who really love running on Valentine’s Day). It has been voted the Arizona Winter Classic “Best Little Marathon” and gets very positive reviews on Marathon Guide as well. It’s an all volunteer event with proceeds going toward local youth programs. Race Recap: The Lost Dutchman Marathon I flew into Phoenix mid afternoon the day before the race and took a taxi to the house where I was staying. Then I headed out to our MTA meet up dinner at Salernos Pizza. I got to see Ed from HI and Paula from OK again and meet Mary, Donna, Addie, Pete and Monica for the first time. I brought the infamous digital recorder and we enjoyed a nice meal talking all things running. Paula was kind enough to pick up my packet for me since I didn’t make the expo in time which was only held on Saturday and closed at 5pm. They also had the option of getting your packet at Road Runner Sports on Thursday and Friday or get ...
This episode is tailor made for that spring race training LONG run.. so let’s get to it! Please don’t forget to check out all the cool people and things from this episode below Enjoy!!! Check out a few people who help this podcast continue and deserve your clicks: · sQoosh Bands.. MORE than a sweatband! · The Seeker Podcast · Jim’s RUN RANGER RUN Fund Raising Page · Carlos, The Running Jackal · Chris Russell- RUN RUN LIVE PODCAST · Mark Sand’s GREAT Youtube page! Thanks again for downloading the show and giving us an hour or so of your time. We invite your comments, questions, and training updates either in a 1-2 minute audio submission to email@example.com or by calling the comment line at: 206-339-6497. We would love to add your voice to the next episode! Please subscribe in iTunes using the link to the right or download the show by clicking HERE. Until our next episode, you all enjoy your Extra Mile.
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