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"!!!
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.
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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!
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.
After a couple of months off, we thought it was time to catch back up! Time to find out how your winter training is coming, see what Jeff has been up to, answer some of YOUR burning questions and of course talk about the JG 13.1. Check out a few people who help this podcast continue and deserve your clicks: · sQoosh Bands.. MORE than a sweatband! · The Jeff Galloway 13.1- Sign up here and join us in December!! · The Jeff Galloway 13.1 2015 VIRTUAL sign up page · Jeff’s Book: “Running Until You’re 100” · The Extra Mile Podcast- GALLOWAY Edition facebook page · The 26.2 With Donna Marathon 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 ...
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Running injuries! In this episode we invite Dr. Ben Shatto on the podcast and fire away with injury related questions sent in by Academy members. You will learn when to self-treat an injury versus visiting a physical therapist, how to pick a PT, and great questions and answers about glutes, hamstrings, and muscle imbalances. Lots to love! Running Injuries Q and A Disclaimer: This blog post and podcast are not meant to replace the advice of your doctor/health care provider, or speak to the condition of one particular person but rather give general advice. Questions featured in this episode: 1. Does he have one major symptom or sign that would tell us whether an injury just needs a few days rest vs a therapy or doctor visit? (Eg swollen? Hurts to touch?) -Mairead This depends on the injury and pain level. Always listen to your body and if symptoms worsen or are not progressing in a positive way, ask for help. Swelling can indicate some damage is occurring. If you experience loss of m ...
We bring you not one but two exciting competitions, Facebook Friday reminisces about your Marathon mess-ups, pressure mounts on Seb Coe, the US Olympic Marathon trials are this weekend, there’s pandemonium at the Discovery Half Marathon in Kenya, Training Talk is brought to you by Unilite, Tom speaks to Dr Dan Gordon about marathon pacing, you Rate Your Run, stand atop the Podium and show off your Marathon Talk kit all around the world.
I’m at the point in my training for my upcoming 50 miler where I need to put down at least 50 miles a week. It takes a lot of drive and motivation to do that week after week. I’m trying to figure out how to do it. That and more in this week’s show. Thanks for listening! Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
We have got a competition to win a Garmin with Fitness Rewards, Rupp announces he’s running a marathon, there’s a new world record for 12hrs on a treadmill and running 7 marathons on 7 different continents. Steve Way talks about when training goes wrong and we speak to Joe Williams - the founder of UKrunchat. Tony is here with a Trial and you stand tall and proud on the podium.
photo credit: Elk Studios In this episode we talk with Gretchen Rubin, author of the book Better Than Before -Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives. Angie and I read this book in January to help ourselves get focused on goals and personal growth. It’s a great read and has many applications to marathon training. All of us would like to run, exercise, and eat heathy without even thinking twice. Thus the power of habit is preferred to the strength of willpower. But making new habits is easier for some people than it is for others. Here’s the secret, How to Become Better Than Before We’ve talked about the importance of habits on past podcast episodes so you can understand our excitement when happiness guru Gretchen Rubin came out with a new book last year all about habit formation. A lot has been written on the science of habits but what Gretchen has done, I believe, is find what may be the Rosetta Stone of habit creation. It is the idea of knowing yourself first. There is no one- ...
You guys show off your kit all around the world, Little Stoke parkrun needs your support, Facebook Friday is for the running fashionistas, you Rate Your Run, it’s a quiet week in the doping world, business as usual the the Dubai Marathon, Mo targets the World Half Marathon Championships, Dame Kelly targets the London Marathon, I speak to Elise Downing and you stand atop the podium.
This week finds me rambling about running related news, a marathon training program and an article that I wrote about teaching yoga to my high school students. Marathon Training Program Connecting the Disconnected: A High School Principal’s Solution
Welcome to Episode 144 of The Extra Mile Podcast! Perseverance: [pur-suh-veer-uh ns] : noun steady persistence in a course of action, a purpose, a state, etc.,especially in spite of difficulties, obstacles, or discouragement. See The Extra Mike Podcast – Episode 144 for examples Enjoy!!! Check out a few people who help this podcast continue and deserve your clicks: · sQoosh Bands.. MORE than a sweatband! · The Seeker Podcast · The Slow Runners Club · Carlos, The Running Jackal · Jayne and Liz’s AMAZING run from Twickenham to Millennium Stadium · Chris Russell- RUN RUN LIVE PODCAST · Mark Sand’s GREAT Youtube page! Please don't leave until you check out these 2 GREAT links!! Chris Darling and his amazing blog about his journey to health Lizzie's Fund Raising Page.. Help a fellow runner out! 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 theextramilepod ...
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The Jacksonville Bank Marathon was held for the 33rd time on January 3, 2016. This race is billed as the “fastest marathon course in the south” and rated the Top 10 Fastest by Runner’s World. It has a 6 hour time limit for the full; 3 hour for the half and also featured a 5k. I was able to travel to Jacksonville, FL to visit a friend for a few days during the holiday and by chance found this marathon to do while I was there (because doesn’t everyone search for races at their trip destinations). I registered for the race about one week out and it was still a reasonable $80. I love a good bargain! Race Recap: The Jacksonville Bank Marathon photo credit: Kim Seng; Flickr Creative Commons The race offered packet pick up at the local chain of running stores which was hosting the event -1st Place Sports- which has 6 locations. Since I knew there wouldn’t be an expo to speak of, I was able to take advantage of race morning packet pick up at The Bolles School gymnasium. The race website wa ...
Happy Birthday to us. It’s been 6 years and 5 million downloads since we released our first episode. Wada release the second of the Independent Commission reports into doping in athletics - we look at some thoughts and opinions. The Virgin Money London Marathon announce the 2016 elite men’s field. Top US marathoner Ryan Hall, announces his retirement. Tony brings us his Trials. You tell us about your eating habits on the run and show off your kit around the world. Training Talk looks at setting a marathon goal and we speak to marathoner Tom Fairbrother about his battle with an eating disorder.
The doping scandal rumbles on, Paul and Mara get stuck in, UK Athletics make some recommendations for change, Toni Reavis writes a brilliant blog, London announce their elite female field, Kate Avery wins in Scotland, I speak to 2015 Comrades and Two Oceans winner Caroline Wostmann, you Rate Your Run and show off your super-cool Marathon Talk kit all around the world.
I DNF’d at the Willis River 50k [Fat Ass] event on January 10 in Cumberland, Virginia. I have a slew of excuses! Not all was lost though. I did run/walk 35k and got to feel the nice feeling of winter creek water soaking through my shoes repeatedly. That and more in the show. Thanks for listening! Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
If you’ve recently started listening to the podcast we’d like to give you a big welcome and let you know that you have come to the right place, even if a marathon seems like a long way off. Trevor and I didn’t start off in marathon shape and it’s been a process through the years to get to the place where we can run a last minute marathon. You may be looking to train for your first half or full marathon or you’re just returning to that level of fitness after some time off. That’s what “From Zero to Marathon” is all about. How to get started in your marathon training I’ve run shorter distances off and on since my teenage years but didn’t get serious about long distance running until 2007. We had just moved across the country and I was at a low point in my fitness and mental health. On a whim I ran a local 5k and loved it. That spurred my return to running and I decided to take on a big challenge and run a marathon even though I didn’t have any friends who were runners or know anyone ...
The Gomers are back to conclude their Holiday episodes before taking a brief winter hiatus. This may be their most personal episode yet, as they not only reveal their One Word Resolutions, but dig deep into their current lives and situations. Sound fun? It was for them! Plus, what they got for Christmas, The GomerNation’s OneWords, Anthony’s first Instagram selfie, and just a bit of Rey theorizing. Happy New Year, and see you in February!
We welcome in 2016 and get things back to normal. You show off your new Xempo kit around the world, Jamie Ramsey has finished his run around some of the world and wants you to do the final few miles with him in the UK. There’s a doping update and we look at a few New Year running resolutions. You Rate Your Run and stand on the final Jabra Podiums for 2015. And Tom speaks to Ed Ceasar author the brilliant book 2 Hours plus Tony is here with a Trial.
In this special end-of-the-year podcast we thought we’d round up the biggest marathon related headlines from 2015 and give you a simple snapshot. We tried to limit ourselves to stories that dealt with the marathon distance. Here’s what we found. A Snapshot of 2015 Running Magazines Shutting Down Print Media continues to struggle as Marathon & Beyond Magazine announced it was ending after the final 2015 issue. Running Times Magazine also announced that it will be closing its doors. People who Died Marine Colonel James Fowler (1930) who started the Marine Corps Marathon died this year as did George Spitz (1922) who was the major advocate to change the NYC marathon from loops around Central Park to a run through all five boroughs. Sarah Sumpter (1990) died of cancer at age 25. She was a runner from UC Davis who competed at the USATF championships and was training for her marathon debut at NYC to qualify for the Olympic Trials. Miki Gorman (1935) was a great American female marathoner ...
Is there really any purpose for glitter? This show lightly explores the topic of glitter with a little humor thrown in. Two guests stop in to share their opinions. Other topics are covered that have nothing to do with running such as Christmas parties, my “magic chair,” and giving the gift of data. But since this is a running related podcast, I eventually get around to talking about running and included are my monster 48 mile training week and my lack of preparation for running in cold weather. This show is action packed and includes a special message of peace at the end for all listeners of the podcast. Thanks for downloading the show! Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine. Ultrafinishers podcast Legendary “Santa” Glenn Crone dies
Merry Christmas, here’s our bonus gift to you: 90 minutes of Star Wars chat! The guys have seen the movie, and this bonus ep is just what you’d expect: half an hour of preamble before they even get to the big event. But once they do, you’ll hear what they thought, get caught up in their excitement, and get spoiled on nearly every plot point. Spoiler Alert! We both want a BB8. Plus, the guys FINALLY open their Gomer Gifts, and you’ll be there to hear it! Have a wonderful close to your 2015, and see you next year!
Happy Christmas! This week’s show is going to be slightly different. Tom’s not here at all and we’ve got an hour long special interview with Ben Smith from 401 marathons for you to sit back (or run) to. If you need some inspiration for 2016 then this is it.
Welcome to Episode 143 of The Extra Mile Podcast! THE big event in my running year is in the rear-view mirror and nothing in front of me except the jolly old fat guy! So I thought I’d spend a few minutes dissecting my JG 13.1. I could use your help. Race/training/life reports as usual as well…. So grab your sQoosh Bands and lets head out! Enjoy!!! Check out a few people who help this podcast continue and deserve your clicks: · sQoosh Bands.. MORE than a sweatband! · The Seeker Podcast · The Podcast Panel from the JG 13.1 · The Slow Runners Club · Krister and his Running The Narrow Path 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 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 ...
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Tom Foreman is a journalist, anchor, and reporter for CNN. He’s author of the new book My Year of Running Dangerously – a Dad, A Daughter, and a Ridiculous Plan. As an out-of-shape 50 year old ex-runner he took up the challenge from his daughter to train for the Atlanta Marathon. This was the spark that has set Tom’s running on fire! Interview with Tom Foreman During your year of running dangerously you went from zero to four half marathons, three marathons, and one tough 55 mile ultra. Take us back to the beginning, what launched this strange odyssey? What kind of shape were you in when your daughter challenged you to train for the Atlanta Marathon? What was the most intimidating part? You and your daughter, Ronnie, ran the Atlanta Marathon together, which was her first marathon. What was it like running with your daughter? You talked about taking your training seriously this time. What are some of the things that you did right? There’s a place in the book where your daughter says ...
It’s the Gomers’ second Christmas Special of 2015, and it’s a fun one! While the guys do talk running (it’s a running podcast, after all), most of that discussion revolves around lubrication, or lack there-of. Steven and Anthony are more excited about other things – namely, the countdown to Christmas and The Force Awakens. Also, their Favorite Things list expand. Books! Movies! Music! Baby stuff! Dogs! Butt-pads! It’s all here, folks. OMG She’s trying SO HARD to remember her lines. Check your feed for a special Christmas Eve episode! Happy Running, and Happy Holidays! Oh, and here’s Steven’s present to you: His 2015 Songs To Run To! https://open.spotify.com/user/sdgrahmann/playlist/3APiRG7keGWmoRuSgfsiWj
We offer a competition to win entry to the Gran Canaria Marathon, Martin speaks to Melissa Fehr about the world transplant games, you guys rock your Xempo kit all around the world, Run Camp 2016 is open for registration, Serena Williams pulls a Rob Sloan, we bring you news from all around the world of running, Tony has a Trial and Martin has been cycling with my children :-)
In this special episode, I interview Bobby Gill who is the co-founder and chief operations officer for Cupid’s Undie Run. The benefit run raises money for the Children’s Tumor Foundation which funds research for treatments and finding a cure for neurofibromatosis (NF). Bobby graced the December 2015 cover of Runner’s World. Maybe you’ve already seen it! Listen to Bobby talk about his work and why he does what he does. Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine. Cupid’s Undie Run Bobby Gill video
Last year Runner’s World put out a challenge to run every day from Thanksgiving to New Year’s. I took them up on this challenge, and just like Forest Gump, I decided to keep running. Everyday for one year. This streak required intentionality and creativity. I ran wherever I happened to be, on the deck of a ship, hotel treadmill, or a cliffside trail at Canyon Lands National Park. I ran at 11:45 at night and 4:45 in the morning. Whatever it took to get my mile done. Trevor calculated that I ran in 18 states and one Canadian province. All About Running Streaks Doing a year long running streak really broadened my running experience and it didn’t get old like I thought it would. Some days were very challenging due to time constraints or when the weather proved to be dismal but I managed. I also feel like it helped me build up endurance as I trained for my ultramarathons this year. But doing a mile the day after a 40 or 50 miler was pretty painful! I finished my streak on Thanksgiving d ...
Marin has been on the wagon whilst Tom’s been XXX. Tony’s been in Stockport. Seb Coe faces a quizzing. Yuki lets his suit fall loose whilst Kenyan Makau is back on on top. It’s the European Cross Country Champs this weekend and Martin speaks to Liz Yelling about Cross Country running. We ask 5 spring marathon questions. And we’ve got news of our 3rd annual run camp, you Rate Your Run, strut your kit poses, and stand proud on the Jabra Podium.
Gather the family round the Yule Log and enjoy our annual tradition: The Two Gomers Christmas Specials! In this, our first of two specials, we talk Turkey Trots, recording while geared up for a run, honing rods, eating whatever we want (and how that’s changed this year), doctor updates, what the GomerNation is thankful for, and Home Alone LIVE! Plus, a special visit from everybody’s favorite Elf With Attitude! Happy listening, Happy Holidays, and Happy Running!
Double long run sandwiches are back and part of my training now for the forseeable future. I’ve got some big ultra races coming up in the next several months that require the bulk of my weekly mileage to be on the weekends. All about that and plenty more such as Racedots, really bad chafing, black toe, and weak feet in this latest edition of the Running in the Center of the Universe podcast! Thanks for downloading the show! Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
It’s all done now but lacing your running shoes up!!! It’s only a week till the big weekend and in case you think you know everything you need to know about this weekend, we are here to prove you wrong! Listen to this episode BEFORE you get to Atlanta. You won’t be sorry. Check out some very cool stuff mentioned in this episode: · The Jeff Galloway 13.1 · Jeff Galloway’s Customized training Programs · VOLUNTEERING Opportunities for the JG 13.1 · Dr. Elmo- You don’t want to miss THIS one! · Jeff Galloway 13.1 IOS APP · Jeff Galloway Android APP 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 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 ...
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Tom runs a comeback PB and speaks to parkrun Australia Country Manager Tim Oberg. The IAAF defend themselves and Paula, but the so-called experts aren’t having any of it. Athletics Kenya sees three of it’s top brass suspended, the Japanese men’s 10,000m record falls, you Rate Your Run, Training Talk takes you from sub 4 to sub 3, Tony’s here with his Trials and we’ve got one of the best Marathon Talk Kit Around the World photos of all time.
Welcome to Episode 142 of The Extra Mile Podcast Before we get too far along here.. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!! We all hope you have MORE than enough great things in your life (like running) to be thankful for. Check out some very cool stuff mentioned in this episode: · The Seeker Podcast · The Girl’s Got Soul · The Run Run Live Podcast · The Running Jackal Podcast · Mark Sands YouTube Page · The Slow Runners Club Virtual Turkey Trot 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 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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This year was the 40th Anniversary of the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C.. In this race recap we give the history of this amazing marathon and talk with a retired Marine colonel who has ran it every year since its inception. We also take you to our MTA meet up (via Trevor’s digital recorder). Race Recap: The 2015 Marine Corps Marathon The 2015 Marine Corps Marathon was held October 25, 2015. The lottery for this race opens at the end of March every year and Trevor and I were both happy to be selected for our second MCM. Highlights from the Decades The Founding Father of the MCM is Col. James Fowler who died this year at age 84. His idea was to promote community goodwill, showcase the Marine Corps which would serve as a recruiting tool and give local Marines a chance to qualify for the Boston Marathon. There are currently two men who have run all 40 marathons and they’re known as the Ground Pounders: retired Col. Al Richmond of Arlington, Virginia and retired Col. Will Bro ...
We speak to a genuine pair of marathon running hero’s - Eleanor and Dennis Draper. We’ve done our parkrun smash up. Russians are in hiding over the doping scandal and some Kenyans speak out whilst others should. Your Rate Your Run and tell us what you think about walking in a marathon. Tony brings us his Trials, you’re on top of the podium and we’ve got a Training Talk all about fartlek.
I had a fun time running the Richmond Half Marathon. If you’ve listened to the show then you know I wussed out and bagged running the full marathon because I had a hard time training in Virginia summer humidity. I think it was a blessing because I had a great experience running the half distance. And I think it might be my fall race for next year. Really fun! Download the show and judge for yourself. Thanks for coming along. Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
The IAAF confirm suspension of the Russian Athletic Federation from International competition, Yuki speaks out and things could get worse for Kenya. You send in some fab pics in your new Tempo T-shirts. British Athletics announce the qualification details for the Olympic Games in Rio next year. Beijing host a 17-mile half marathon! We interview sub 3hr ‘run-walk strategy’ marathoner Mitch Phillips, Tony’s Trials is in the house and you are on top of the Jabra podium.
The guys are back with their Weeks in Review, Turkey Trots in preview, and some No-Carb Breakfast ideas. Plus, Anthony and Steven have too much fun on this episode discovering a new movie that may or may not be based on their hometown. And they discuss tight vs. slim jeans, couples’ stretching techniques and how Reese’s Puffs are made. Happy Thanksgiving, and Happy Running!
Here’s part two of our series where we interview busy professionals in the Academy about how they balance marathon training with work and life. In this episode we talk with Wendy, Noor, Edith, and John, four very fun and inspiring people to get to know. How Busy People Find Time to Train These two episodes came about after I asked our online community to share what they do for a living, you know, the stuff they do when their not busy being weekend marathon warriors. The responses were fascinating and fun to read. I wish we could have interviewed everyone but that would have taken the rest of this year! Runners Featured on this Episode Wendy Cicek is a family physician who works as a hospitalist. She’s a coaching client of Angie’s and is running five marathons in 2015. She looks at running like her medicine and likes to run in the morning, usually with a running partner. Noor Ali-Hasan is a user experience researcher on the Android team at Google. She ran the Chicago Marathon this y ...
No matter how busy you are, I can almost guarantee that someone busier than you is training for a marathon right now! That’s what I tell myself whenever I’m feeling a time pinch. In this new podcast episode we interview four busy professionals in the MTA community about how they make time for running and marathon training. Our hope is that you’ll get inspiration and ideas from people who are making it happen! Now let me tell you how the idea for this episode came to me. How Busy People Find Time to Train for a Marathon or Half Marathon So here’s how this episode came to be . . . There I was poised at my computer on a ordinary Wednesday morning in September, doing what other people would be doing at that time of day, checking Facebook. I suddenly decided to post a question in our private Academy Facebook group (what I call “our awesome online community”). Here’s what I said, As you can see we had a lot of comments. And it turns out, the level of education and brainpower in the Acade ...
You tell us what not to say at the end of a marathon, the doping saga increases in intensity and the IAAF drop in integrity with President Lamine Diack arrested and the release of the WADA Independent Commission into systematic doping in Russian athletics. You Rate Your Run, show off your new Xempo 26.2 tee’s, you’ve been running all over the place and Tony has a Trial.
Road kill, Buffalo BIll, Jim Morrison, Marathon Maniacs, blast from the past, TV on fire, and oh yeah, some running stuff. That and more in this episode of the Running in the Center of the Universe podcast. Thanks for listening! I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
On this week’s show our website is back up so we’ve got a double helping of the Jabra Podium plus a return of the Listener Launch Pad and Rate Your Run, Yuki zips up his suit in New York but Stanley and Mary take victory, Kenya change their marathon selection criteria for Rio (to what though we’re not quite sure), Tony’s here with his Trials, you guys rock your Marathon Talk kit all around the world and Facebook Friday looks at gender inequality.
Two Gomers Premiere Week comes to a close with the third episode of Season 7! Some things you need to know: 1. The new T-shirts are for sale! Click the pic to check em out and purchase. These shirts will only be up for sale through November 16! 2. It’s the first Week in Review of the Season. Catch up with the guys on their running, their training schedules, outside vs inside running, and much more. This is a running podcast, did you know that? 3. Our November Challenge is: No/Low-Carb November! Join us as we try to cut carbs and replace them with healthier alternatives. Speaking of that: Our Monday Survey is: Do you have any good No or Low Carb breakfast ideas? Steven is sick of eggs. Have a great week, and Happy Running!
The title says it all! The guys gather their families and watch the third and final trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens together. It’s their first time. There is commentary. Well, more like moaning and groaning, but they share some thoughts too. It’s just a fun little Easter Egg we thought you’d enjoy. Have fun, and Happy Running!