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.
Unlock your potential to become one of the healthy goal-oriented people who have completed a marathon. 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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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!
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"!!!
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.
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 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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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 email@example.com. 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!
On Sunday, October 18, 2015, Trevor and I ran the the IMT Des Moines Marathon and Half Marathon in the great state of Iowa. This was the 31st state for me in my 50 state marathon goal. The race offers multiple events over two days, friendly volunteers, a well-supported course, and AWESOME post race food. Race Recap: The Des Moines Marathon Iowa State Capitol Building in Des Moines We had a 9 hour drive from our home to Des Moines and decided to do it in one day so that our kids wouldn’t have to miss more school. It was an early morning as we left at 5:30am and traveled most of the day. The race featured a 5k on Saturday which you could run in conjunction with the half or full marathon the next day for an extra medal and swag. They also had a kids run on Saturday morning. Another interesting option they brought back for the second year was the I-35 Challenge. This sold out with 400 participants. It involved running the Kansas City Marathon on Saturday and the Des Moines Marathon on ...
Two Gomers Premiere week continues as the guys spend some time catching the Nation up with what’s happened this fall. Yes, there is a new car. Yes, there was a GomerPilgrimage to see the Full House house. Yes, they saw a new movie that they loved and have a mancrush on its star. Yes, they have been watching some fall TV shows that your grandma is probably also watching. But the big news is: A new Gomer has joined our ranks! You’ll hear the story, plus how things have changed and will change now that Isla is on the scene. Hope you enjoy this special episode, Happy Running!
We have part two of our interview with American marathoning legend Bill Rodgers. There was some fast times at the Frankfurt Marathon and a Rio qualifier for Scot Callum Hawkins. Jo Pavey sets another record. A Kenyan gets caught out and there is trouble afoot for UKAD and some website gremlins have been visiting us.
I’m back! I took some time off after getting voted #1 dad. This is the latest edition of the podcast and I hope you enjoy it. Special thanks to all those returning listeners who haven’t given up on me! Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
Here is another episode already, quite close to the previous one but my head has been filled with thoughts the last couple of days and I wanted to share a few of them with you. The day was not really suitable for recording because of strong winds but here it is anyway. I hope the wind isn't completely ruining the listening experience. It didn't ruin my running experience, it made me struggle but did in no way ruin the joy of running or the pleasure of spending some time outdoors. The thoughts I wanted to share is connected to a tragic event that took place much too close to us. But I also talk about my planned journey, the cello project and the wind. 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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The guys are back with a brand new season and a brand new challenge: Two Gomers Conquer the Capital! Join the Two Gomers as they introduce who they are to new listeners, dig into Back To the Future Day, catch you up on their running and health, drink seltzer water, celebrate the arrival of Pumpkin Spice Peeps, and preview this exciting new season. We’re so glad to be back, and can’t wait to get started on the new season with you, Nation! Happy running!
If you blinked, you may not be aware that this BIG even is only a few short weeks away! Can you believe it? As always, this episode is packed pull of Long Run information with everything you need to know about the JG 13.1 this year and also LOTS of great Run/Walk/Run stuff I bet you never knew! And if you have EVER given thought to hiring a coach, MAN are YOU going to be happy you stumbled onto this episode! 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! • Jeff Galloway’s Customized Training Plan • BRR 2.0 Miracle BodyBuffer- $25 discount! IMPORTANT ERROR CORRECTION! In this episode, I mistakenly said the discount for the Miracle BodyBuffer was for 25%. MY BAD!! In fact, the discount is for $25. I am very sorry for the error! Don’t forget! Us the promo code KevinG at checkout and receive a discount on the Miracle BodyBuffer! Thanks SO much for joining us for ...
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Ryan Deguzis is a classical violist and music instructor from Hartford, Connecticut. He just finished a seven day stage race (155 miles) through the Atacama Desert in Chile, a placed he describes as otherworldly. Ryan first heard about this race from MTA podcast episode #109 our interview with Samantha Gash. In our conversation with Ryan you will hear why he started running, how much time and energy went into training for this race, what his family thought about it, and the gritty details of sun, wind, blisters, and sleep deprivation. It’s epic! See the photos . . . Running Across the Atacama Desert Over 150 runners from all over the world competed in the 2015 Atacama Desert Crossing photo credit: Ryan Deguzis Pink flags marked the course photo credit: Ryan Deguzis The race provided water and tents. Runners had to carry everything else. photo credit: Ryan Deguzis Day 3 was across the salt flats where every step required great effort as Ryan’s footfall broke through the crust. photo ...
Martin speaks to US marathoning legend Bill Rodgers, Tony commits to get fit, Tom Potson announces the winners of the Stockport 10 competition, Dan Afshar updates us on the new MT kit, you rock your old MT kit all around the world, the Jabra Podium is fast and full, the Listener Launch Pad rolls through Halloween and Bonfire Night!
Autumn is slowly approaching here and daylight fades earlier for each day. But the air is fresh and crisp, nature changes into amazing colors, it isn't really cold yet and spending time outdoors is a real pleasure. This episode contains a few updates on my running, some news of the Autumn Adventure I plan for this year, and some really great music. The audio presents ambience of both roads and woods, guess which I prefer. - the woods, I prefer the woods, but I guess you knew that. Music: Indigo - River (2:33) (used with permisson) Facebook SoundCloud 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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Welcome to Episode 141 of The Extra Mile Podcast! Please stop back SOON for the show notes to this episode! 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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On this week’s show we speak to recent UK all time women’s marathoner 7th placer Sonia Samuels. We’ve both been to York for the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon. There were no rabbits in Chicago this past weekend. Steve Jones has been speaking out. You rate your run, send in your tee shirt pictures and stand proud on the Jabra podium.
I recently finished the North Face Endurance Challenge 50 Miler at Kettle Moraine State Park in Eagle, Wisconsin, my first 50 mile ultramarathon. Getting ready for this race required modifying my training to ultra distance and adapting to trail running. The North Face Endurance Challenge 50 Miler The race sent out frequent email information and there was a lot of detailed race information on the web site as well as a PDF race guide for the specific distance you signed up for. It was a 9 hour drive from our home to Wisconsin. We stayed with MTA member Scott and his wife Cindy. One of my coaching clients, Henry, from Indiana also stayed with us. Packet Pickup Packet Pickup at the North Face store The North Face offered three different packet pick up locations as well as race morning packet pick up. We went to the North Face Brookfield store to get my stuff on Friday evening and it was a very simple process. I got a tech shirt, bib and balaclava. There was also a panel discussion with ...
We have part two of our interview with sleep guru Kirk Parsley, news from the Chester and Bournemouth marathons, some brilliant images of you guys rocking your Marathon Talk kit all around the world, parkrun celebrates its 11th birthday, the Jabra Podium is rammed to the rafters, Training Talk is all about post-marathon recovery, you Rate Your Run, and Tom logs a big fat zero.
flat bart Bart Yasso started running in 1976. He joined Runner’s World in 1987 (and still loves his job). He’s friend to millions of runners around the world. In fact, I tried to friend him on Facebook today and got notified that, “Bart has reached the friend limit. He can’t receive friend requests at the moment.” Facebook caps the number of friends at 5,000. Bart was with us for episode #19 (five years ago) and we’ve since bumped into him at the Little Rock Marathon and Modesto Marathon. His book, My Life on the Run, was the first running book I picked up after taking the plunge. Interesting side note to the book . . . My Life On The Run The book has a chapter about the 1989 Badwater 146 Ultramarathon -a grueling race in one of the hottest paces on earth, Death Valley, California. That year only six people participated. Few knew of this now legendary race back in 1989! One of the crazies who ran it that year was a guy named Adrian Crane who Bart said ventured into the salt flats w ...
This week it's part one of the long-awaited sleep interview with Dr Kirk Parsley, there were some great British performances in Berlin, Martin speaks to Alyson Dixon about hers , the London Marathon ballot results are out this week, the Jabra Podium is stacked, you Rate Your Run and show off your Marathon Talk kit all around the world.
We bring you part two of our interview with Richard Moore, UKA clear Alberto, a 17-year old Finnish girl runs 2:33 for the marathon, Winner of the Week is back, you stand atop the Jabra Podium, show off your Marathon Talk Kit all around the world and Rate Your Run.
If you’ve been running for a while you may have faced the disappointment of having to miss a race due to injury or illness. You may have been fighting injury over a long period of time and came to the realization that the race wasn’t going to be a good idea. Or you may have had an injury or illness that came out of nowhere. In either case, it’s very hard to know when to skip or DNS (did not start) a race and deal with the disappointment of not being able to do something you’ve been training for and looking forward to. Trevor faced this recently with what would have been marathon #10 at the Tupelo Marathon. A couple weeks before the race he started experiencing Achilles soreness, a lump, redness and discomfort. This got progressively worse until he was feeling discomfort with every step. This is annoying for a 4 mile run but potentially dangerous during a marathon. The Marathon That Got Away – When to Skip Your Race In our current fitness climate there’s a lot of extreme examples ou ...
Welcome to Episode 140 of The Extra Mile Podcast! It's been a long time Now I'm coming back home I've been away now Oh how, I've been alone “Wait” The Beatles Heard this before haven't you??? So sorry again! Been a rather busy and somewhat lazy podcaster. So shoot me! ;-) But the good news is YOU all haven't been lazy and I have a plethora (look it up J.D) of GREAT submissions! 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! James and The Seeker 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 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 ...
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This week we talk about 'that' British athlete implicated in the doping scandal. Mo wins the GNR. NYC looks set for a scorcher. We interview author of the book 'The Bolt Supremacy' - Richard Moore. Tom is on form. Martin isn't. You stand proud on the Jabra Podium, Rate Your Run and show us where you've been in your swanky classic black.
Here’s part 2 of our conversation with Dr. Jeff Brown the lead psychologist at the Boston Marathon and author of the new book The Runner’s Brain. In this episode we ask brain questions sent in by Academy members. I know you’ll love it! Topics covered include: how to mentally prepare for a race, overcoming the post-race blues, mental toughness, how the elites think, and dealing with start line nerves. Q and A with Dr. Jeff Brown What are some techniques to build mental toughness before a race? And is there anything you can do to boost mental toughness during a race, particularly if you already ﬁnd your self in a low space mentally? -Ryan D. Have a good armamentarium of all of these strategies (talked about in part 1) that you can pull on and use. These things need to be integrated into the routine. I would educate myself. Simulating where you’re going to run is so important. The Russians in the Olympics first started doing the visualization piece. They took pictures of where they we ...
Tom is back from the Maldives. Martin speaks to former Olympian and aspiring V70 marathoner, Tim Kirk. Tom catches up with Phil Gray about bringing the Morpeth to Newcastle back. Tony doesn't talk about Bullock Smithy. There is some running news (although not much), a ruffling Friday Facebook, some great Rate Your Runs and a Jabra Podium.
I ran the Patrick Henry Half Marathon again this year and had a great time with my running buddies. A special appearance by Dr. Smitty took place which eventually involved the consumption of large amounts of adult beverages. All that and a HUGE announcement in this edition of the Running in the Center of the Universe podcast! http://www.ms50.com/ http://www.runnersworld.com/races/70-year-old-becomes-oldest-to-complete-292-mile-badwater-double Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
Tom is on holiday sunning his little legs and Sarah Russell steps in to co-host. It's a packed show with an in-depth chat with Jason Henderson from Athletics Weekly and Duncan Simpson is back for Training Talk. The Jabra Podium, you Rate Your Run and Tony has a Trial.
Jeff Brown is the lead psychologist for the Boston Marathon and a member of Runner’s World scientific advisory board. He’s assistant clinical professor in the department of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and McClain Hospital. His new book is called The Runner’s Brain – How to Think Smarter and Run Better, due out in October of this year. Interview with Jeff Brown What led you to study sports psychology and eventually become lead psychologist at the Boston Marathon? Can you takes us into the medical tent of this year’s Boston Marathon and give us an example of the work you did? We all know that running is good for our body but in what specific ways is it good for our brains? I really enjoyed the chapter called “I Think Therefore I Am a Runner”. Can you take a moment and talk about the reticular activating system (RAS) for those who have never heard of it? You talk a lot about goal setting and visualization in the book. Why is this so good for the brain and our running? I like ...
It's been a long time Now I'm coming back home I've been away now Oh how, I've been alone “Wait” The Beatles So I guess I could have either posted a shorter episode some time ago OR posted a LONG one for your LONG run now! Guess which I did? Fall is coming and I am betting many of you are heading out for some long runs, so you are welcome! ;-) I'm also betting there are more than a few of us that would like to lose some weight and would love to know if this running stuff, and specifically this R/W/R stuff can help. Well, who better to ask than Jeff Galloway? And we might as well find out if the Galloway Training Programs can help too AND speak to someone who actually DID it! Don’t miss these important items featured in this episode are: • TheJeff Galloway 13.1- SIGN UP AND JOIN US! • JeffGalloway.com • sQooshBands! MORE than just a sweatband! • RunDisney • THE Most inspirational video you will EVER watch! • Running andfat Burning for Women • The Raleigh Galloway Training Program Th ...
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The World Athletics Championships keep us on the edge of our seats as Mo and Jess take gold, Bolt and Gatlin go head-to-head and the American women enjoy mixed fortunes over 10,000m. Away from Beijing Liliya Shobukhova has her ban reduced, you guys catch some rays in your classic blacks, you Rate Your Run and stand atop a stacked Jabra Podium.
Anthony’s baby is coming soon, but before that we wanted to leave you with another summer review episode, this one all about our health and exercise. Anthony visits the doctor and gets an important awakening. Steven completes his summer running series. Both of them have good run/bike stories to tell, new nutrition commitments, and races on the horizon. Plus they discuss this picture, which will for sure be exaclty what the new Star Wars parks will look like when they completed 20 years from now. Happy Running!
It was exciting to be able to run two more marathons on our trip this summer. I always love picking up a new state (#29) and taking on a different challenge. Although I was a bit road weary from traveling there were several reasons why I wanted to do these marathons. I had never been to New Mexico, never tried a double marathon before, and never done a race put on by Mainly Marathons. The New Mexico State Parks Series I knew that running a double marathon would be good mental and physical preparation for my 50 miler in October. I was impressed by the amount of detail about the races on the Mainly Marathons website. I also got a personalized email confirming my registration that included additional information and directions. What’s even better is that Mainly Marathons is offering our listeners a free marathon or half marathon entry! Go to www.mainlymarathons.com and mention MTA. They are very friendly folks who would love to hear from you! Marathon #1 – Sugarite State Park Saturday ...
We have got part two of our thought provoking interview with BBC investigative reporter Mark Daly, this week it's about his EPO use. There's an update on another drug study, Salazaar will be at the Worlds (which starts this week), Pavey should be awarded a World Championships bronze. You Rate Your Run, talk about what you'd like on a desert island and stand proud on the Jabra Podium.
Two eps in two days? What madness is this? In this episode, the guys use a dumb new ranking system, developed by Steven, to review all the big movies from summer 2015! From the second Avengers to the fifth Mission Impossible, the guys had a lot of fun in air-conditioned theaters these past several months, and are ready to share the best (Mad Max) and worst (Mad Max) of their experiences. How you likin it so far, Ma? Also, they engage in some SERIOUS Star Wars chat. Because they can’t not, you know? Happy Running!
For the first time ever from Anthony’s garage, the Gomer’s are back to review their summers on a series of special podcasts! In this episode, the guys talk about their brief time together about a month ago. They ate a lot! They swam in their middle school pool! They talked about old stories and annoyed their wives! They sucked in their guts to try to impress high schoolers! They peeped into windows! You know, the regular. Also, they talk two-way mirrors, bad movie CGI, Amazon drones, and School of Rock plotholes. Throw him in the slammer. Happy Running!