[subscription channel 599]Best Running podcasts — Workouts, race news, nutrition (updated July 29, 2015; image by Josiah Mackenzie)
Your hosts Sue & Andrew O'Brien also known as Couple on the Run talk running, great running destinations, marathons, running events and festivals, run travel, diet, injury prevention, running for charity, health, fitness & all things Partnerunning. With regular guests and popular segments we aim to help soon to be, new and experienced runners as well as their family, friends and the running industry. Regular segments include: * Over the Shoulder: A look at recent events; * Ask Sue: Running related listener questions; * Travelling Fit: Marathon travel locations; * Go Further Together: Partnerunning tips; * Lessons for Life: Learning from running; * The Road Ahead: A look at future events. Do you have a question, suggested topic, know someone we could interview or any other ideas? Are you a race director, sponsor looking to promote a charity fund raiser? We would love to hear from you and include you on the show.
Welcome to the Run-Run-Live Podcast! - The podcast for runners, wannabe runners and mid-packers of all shapes and sizes who just want to strap on their favorite pair of shoes and get out there! This is Chris your host and wherever and whenever this episode finds you I hope you?re doing great and I hope you?re getting your run in today! I know I?m getting my run in! Here?s the agenda for podcast ? my goal is to keep it around 40 minutes and keep it chock full of content: First I?ll lead in with a quick introduction Second we?ll give you the ?equipment check? where we talk about some piece of technology or other collateral running stuff. Each show will be wrapped around a featured segment where we interview someone interesting from our running world. I?ll follow that with a Quick Tip derived from my centuries of running experience. We?ll wrap it up with some music of our guest?s choosing from the podcast music network. Some things we?re not going to do. I?m going to try to avoid recording myself while I?m running ? all that heavy breathing is a little creepy. And no extended emotional monolog-ing! If you want the emotional content you can visit my blog ?The runnerati blog? at www.runrunlive.com Please leave me an audio comment at: (write this down or better yet program the number into your cell phone - 206-339-7804. Or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening and let me know what you think. You ready to have some fun? Come on then, let?s go for a run! Each Podcast we?re going to have a full agenda. We?ve got some inspiration and tips to keep you moving forward. And In our featured segment we will be speaking with interesting members of our sport to share their accumulated knowledge with us. We know that you like to listen to your iPod while you work out, so?We?ve planned the Run-Run-Live Podcast to last about 40 minutes ? perfect for your daily jog or your commute to work. There are millions of normal, everyday folks like us who use running as a way to lead a balanced, happy and challenging lifestyle. Would you like to learn from them? I have had the privilege to have kicked around the mid-pack of the sport for some time. I?ve learned a ton about myself and running. I?ve met a whole bunch of incredible, and sometimes odd, always interesting people. We?re going to share all this with you. Listen to the RunRunLive podcast and learn from experts and regular Joe?s ? get that inspiration and affirmation you need. All you have to do is go to the Itunes store ? search on ?Running? and subscribe to the RunRunLive Podcast ? it?s free and it will be autmagically loaded onto your iPod as new episodes become available. Also visit the RunRunLive website (at runrunlive.com) to get back episodes and show notes, check out the Runnerati blog and other interesting, cool and compelling bits of stuff! I want to get you on the air ? so leave me an audio comment. Each week I?ll play the cool comments we get. So do you have tip for us? Some great product you want to tell us about? A cool training loop or an awesome race coming up? Call the K7 Audio line and leave a message ? I?ll get the audio file and if we like your comment we?ll make you a star?Get your pencil and pad ready ? or better yet program it into you cell phone. 206-339-7804 ? just dial it up and leave a message ? that number again... 206-339-7804 Plus the more comments you leave ? the less you have to listen to me talk! Are you ready to have some fun? Come on ? Let?s go for a run!
ULTRARUNNERpodcast features interviews with ultra top athletes, experts, writers and people we think are pretty darn interesting. We talk about nutrition, training tips, sports psychology, ultra race reviews/previews, odd trail encounters and much more. Learn more at www.ultrarunnerpodcast.com.
Edição de 24 Julho 2015 - Longas corridas
Steve Magness and Jon Marcus team up to bring you an insider's view on coaching. Taking you inside the thoughts and conversations that usually occur behind the scenes. Magness and Marcus bring a diverse background having both worked with athletes at the collegiate and professional level. They hope to bring a mixture of science, old fashioned wisdom, and a touch of philosophy to help understand the process of coaching and maximizing endurance performance.
An ultra running podcast bringing you news, reviews and interviews from around the ultra world
O Intervaláudio é um podcast semanal com notícias e atualizações do universo da corrida no Brasil e no mundo. Atenção: esse podcast contém comentários, cornetadas, risadas e rock´n´roll!
Mediocre high school runners turned podcasters, Jason Halpin and Kevin Sully, co-host the weekly House of Run podcast. Jason and Kevin analyze and discuss the latest news from the world of track and field, road racing, cross country. If running is a metaphor for life, then this podcast is pretty much about your life.
The Running Podcast features Coach Jeff as he runs with you. Coach Jeff has more than 30 years coaching experience and he shares this with you as he runs. You can find out more at www.coachjeff.com.au
Bite sized trail and ultra running advice, training tips, and trail stories for runners of all abilities. Come away from every episode with practical advice you can start using immediately.
Discussions about endurance running from the folks who know endurance... the back of the pack. Clever and entertaining. Good company on that 6 hour long run!
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A father, husband and runner with a taste for the marathon and beyond.
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.
Join Mia as we train for a Couch to 5k and 10k running program while listening to some sweet music.
Nonstop, one-hour, high-energy workout music mixes to help you groove while you move. Podrunner's fixed-tempo and interval exercise mixes are perfect for power walking, jogging, running, spinning, elliptical, aerobics, and many other tempo-based forms of exercise. An iTunes award-winner six years in a row, and the world's most-downloaded exercise music mixes.
2014 & 2015 Best Health and Fitness Podcast Finalist - Listen to the #1 running podcast and get actionable lessons from the biggest names in running including elite athletes, coaches, researchers and everyday runners with amazing accomplishments along with actionable running advice from USATF and RRCA certified coach Matt Johnson. Each show contains an expert interview, actionable coaching advice you can immediately use in your own running and finishes with a running success quote to inspire your training. Whether you are looking to get started running, complete your first 5K, 10K, half marathon or full marathon, or want to crush your PR, Runner Academy is the only running podcast that helps you get out and crush it! Runner Academy helps thousands of runners achieve their running goals, it's time to achieve yours! Matt Johnson (@RunnerAcademy on Twitter) is the Director of Coaching at RunnerAcademy.com, a top training resource of runners worldwide. Commit. Train. Achieve.
RunCast is a podcast for runners, runner-wannabes and fans. It answers questions about running: how to start, how to stay motivated for many years of running, how to choose and modify training program to suit you the best, how to choose the right shoes, what gadgets are must-have to clock your mileage, how to avoid injuries and what to do if they happen, etc. We talk with experts about all things related to running and point you out to interesting races around the globe. We tell our running stories and in turn hope that you will share yours. Come join us and turn this podcast into conversation.
... me, a 47 year old man from Sweden, running the roads and paths in my neighbourhood, struggling with my training and the English language. Join me for a tour on my tracks.
A podcast that's a little bit about running and a lot about the ups and downs of life...
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.
#1 Running Podcast featuring interviews with elite athletes, trainers, and people who inspire us daily. Focusing on you, from the latest athlete news, to sports injury and prevention, to helping you select the best gear to get out there and compete.
Jason and Kevin discuss Usain Bolt’s return to the track, Genzebe Dibaba’s decision to double, David Rudisha’s struggles with Nijel Amos and Andre De Grasse’s lane eight magic. The guys also chat about Boston’s failed Olympic bid, a two-mile race straight uphill, running at Shawshank and Ashton Eaton’s plan to stay cool. Show Notes -Our iTunes page -Voicemail line: 206-208-9935 -Support the show by visiting our Patreon page -The Shawshank Hustle -Ashton Eaton’s cooling hat
In mid 2012 Gary Wilmot decided me needed to make changes. It started with a critical mission to save his life through embracing a healthy lifestyle. Gary was a morbidly obese smoker, drinker, non-exerciser who was a ticking time bomb and his life was on the line. By early 2015 Gary (aka No More Mr Fat Guy) lost more than 30kg through healthy eating and going from walking around the block to completing the London Marathon. in 18 months. Today Gary is running across Australia in a journey he calls Hearts Across Australia. From Perth in Western Australia, through South Australia, down into Victoria, up through ACT and New South Wales and into Brisbane in the name of healthy hearts for healthy lives! In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we catch up with Gary as he runs along the highway just past Dimboola in Victoria. You can follow Gary's journey, offer messages of support and/or donate via the Hearts Across Australia Website and Facebook Pages. Also on the show this week: Over The Shoulder...
The RunRunLive 4.0 Podcast Episode 4-317 – Tim Lee Qualifies for Boston (Audio: link) [audio:http://www.RunRunLive.com/PodcastEpisodes/epi4317.mp3] Link epi4317.mp3 Support my Hood-to-Coast Relay for Cancer Research - https://finishcancer2015.everydayhero.com/us/chris-russell-hood-to-coast-for-cancer-research Intro Bumper: Well hello my friends. Welcome to episode 4-317 of the RunRunLive Podcast. I hope you’re doing well and enjoying your summer – or your winter – if you’re on the other side of this rock we live on. Today I’m going to change up the format a wee bit. Because I can. Because it’s my podcast and I can do whatever I want with it. But it’s not about me. It’s about you. And I hope you can get something, some small glimmer of insight into your own soul from listening to me do things and talk to people and ask questions. That’s my purpose here. That’s how I find fulfillment. I use my, albeit miserably poetic, communication skills and my passion for endurance sports and my love of...
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Last week, Phil Wiley ran Hardrock 100, drove a few hours, then ran the Colorado 200. That’s 303 miles, 80k’, and 120 hours of racing in one week. Holy crap is right. I got a chance to chat with this ENT doc from Colorado about his motivation, training, execution, and recovery from this amazing double. You’ll never guess what body part is the most sore! What’s his fuel? How does his body react? I took an Ambien, ate 2 cheeseburgers, looked at the paper plate, and there was a grease mark with a guy juggling two gerbils. Phil also talks about how to stay positive and successful during ultras and offers some sage advice for runners of all abilities. The Wiley clan. Phil on left. Episode Notes: Generously sponsored by Territory Run Company Outro music: Head On, by The Jesus and Mary Chain The post Phil Wiley Interview appeared first on UltraRunnerPodcast: Ultramarathon News, Podcasts, and Product Reviews.
Edição de 24 Julho 2015 - Longas corridas
In the latest episode of the Magness and Marcus show, we discuss a familiar topic to all coaches, the trap to do more because you really don’t know what else to do. Yes, we’re talking about the age old problem of increasing work for the sake of increasing something. We begin with the diminished return and plateau effect and the mistaken and wrongly idealized linear growth mindset. From here, we delve into how to manipulate variables and stressors to take an athlete slightly beyond their comfort zones to insure adaptation. Jon and I both talk about how we never repeat the same exact key workouts and what are reasoning behind that decision is. After getting into the training a bit, we step back and take a look at some of the set patterns we fall into as coaches an athletes. Beginning with the issue of assigning importance to a component simply because we can now track or measure it, and then getting into relying on “default mode” workouts where we simply give a workout without really thinking...
Episode 91 of Talk Ultra has a WSER chat with ladies champ, Magdalena Boulet. We speak with Alex Nichols about victory at the Mont-Blanc 80km, Gary Robbins talks FKT and Emelie Forsberg gives us a Smiles and Miles. Speedgoat is prepping for the Speedgoat 50k so Niandi Carmont co-hosts.
Pauta do dia: - Jogos Pan-Americanos - Maratona do Rio - Data da Maratona de São Paulo e valores promocionais - Sonzeira: Wings of Feather and Wax, do Killer be Killed
Jason and Kevin discuss Genzebe Dibaba’s world record, Asbel Kiprop sub 3:27 1500m and all the other incredibly fast action in Monaco. The guys touch on Shannon Rowbury’s American record, Justin Gatlin’s ho-hum win, a surprising name in the men’s 800 and a new/old steeplechase rival for Emma Coburn. Show Notes -Our iTunes page -Voicemail line: 206-208-9935 -Support the show by visiting our Patreon page -US men’s 4 x 100 pulled from the race in Monaco over sponsor dispute -Saint John Track Club runs the 32 x 50 -Let’s Run story on Mike Rossi
Injuries, lost MoJo, uncertainty, lack of confidence, competing commitments and reduced motivation are amongst the many reasons people give for giving up on running. From 5k to Ultramarathon many more complain of failing to achieve their goals or not gaining the satisfaction they desired. In this episode of The Partnerunning Show and after many years of study we outline a Framework for Sustained Running Success. Too often people focus on a poorly designed training program (or no program) and their event. Train and run is where all their attention goes and they fail to co-ordinate related running success activities. The result is injury, frustration and lost motivation. As part of the Framework for Sustained Running Success we look at: The Foundation of Running Success Event Preparation Running Results When implemented this approach allows runners to Act, Grow and Sustain which leads to life long running enjoyment. Also on the show: Over the shoulder Ask Sue The road ahead
Today the Coach brings Run for the Sun 2015 (Part #008) STOP CHAFING NOW !! Get some Squeaky Cheeks- the best anti chafing for anyone who suffers from sw-ass or sw-oob or monkey butt. Be a part of The Coach Jeff Community - Facebook - Twitter Get in touch with us via email firstname.lastname@example.org Visit us on iTunes and subscribe to The Coach Jeff Podcast or The Coach Jeff Archive Podcast.. (where you can find all our old shows prior to #225)
Don't know what gear is really worth your money? Debating between that pack or handheld? I've got you covered. In today's episode I break down all the essential gear items for trail runners, and what I use during short, mediem, and long runs or races.
Edição de 17 Julho 2015 - Degrau a Degrau
– Atletismo nos Jogos Panamericano começam com a maratona feminina no sábado– Meia Tribuna-Praia Grande abre inscrições– Divulgada a data da Maratona do Rio 2016– Scott Jurek e o recorde da Apalachian Trail - Música: Public Enemy volta a ativa
Jason and Kevin discuss Genzebe Dibaba’s chance at double World Championship gold, Justin Gatlin’s ineligibility for the IAAF Athlete of the Year award, Mo Farah’s choice words for Andy Vernon and a 100-year-old man running the 100 meters. The guys also talk about the upcoming Monaco Diamond League meet, Scott Jurek’s Appalachian Trail record, Kara Goucher’s public statement and sprinters facing off against cross country skiers. Show Notes -Our iTunes page -Voicemail line: 206-208-9935 -Support the show by visiting our Patreon page -A Long Walk’s End (Appalachian Trail story) -Allyson Felix story -How Mexico’s Most-Wanted Drug Lord Escaped From Prison (Again)
Ever had crotch chafing so bad that you threw up? What if it was in the first few hours of a 500k race across Tennessee? Would you go on? Johan on day one of Vol State. Johan Steene just set a new record for Vol State 500k, and he’s here to tell the story about training (surprising), diet (not too surprising), Barkley, gear, chafing, and really what possesses a Swedish CEO to travel to the South East to run on country roads for four days. Johan’s a great guy who finds Barkley a “cozy” run, and who’d love to take on Hardrock, despite living at 21′ above sea level. Fun interview with a compelling guy. Episode Notes Sponsored by ultrarunningcompany.com Here’s Alan Abbs’ episode from last year. Here’s Johan’s report from last year. Here’s my interview with Jeremy Ebel, who Johan tied with at the Backyard Ultra. Here are the current standings from the race. Outro music: Så vi gör by Kartellen Finish line pic with Laz The post Johan Steene Interview appeared first on UltraRunnerPodcast: Ultramarathon...
In this episode, we open the doors wide open. We’re talking about the realities of post collegiate running. We take on a slew of topics in this hour long conversation, including transparent conversation on contracts, agents, how much athletes actually make, what training groups and coaches do, and much more. Basically, we try to spread what Jon and I have learned in dealing in the post collegiate realm.In this episode, which we’ll call a reality check, we start off with discussing how athletes are essentially starving artists. What this means is that for the vast majority of us, it’s about the process and dedication to this process and not the financial reward that is the motivator. As a post collegian, you need to be self aware enough to know your own potential, limitations, and goals and when to chase your dreams and when to step away.Beyond knowing what it takes, Jon and I give our opinions on what makes a successful professional runner. From their mindset, to their approach to racing...
Finding the balance between routine and variation is the key to sustained marathon training success. Too much variation can be confusing and undermine improvement and perfromance. A lack of variation can have a negativew impact on motivation and hamper improvement. In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we outline 13.2 Workouts for sustainable marathon success. Also on the show we take a look at the July 13 announcement that the government has changed the date of the 2015 Kuala Lumpur Marathon - almost 2 months after 35,000 people signed up for the race! Regular segments include: Over the shoulder Ask Sue The road ahead
Today the Coach chats with you from out on the road and brings you Project PB part #010 STOP CHAFING NOW !! Get some Squeaky Cheeks- the best anti chafing for anyone who suffers from sw-ass or sw-oob or monkey butt. Be a part of The Coach Jeff Community - Facebook - Twitter Get in touch with us via email email@example.com Visit us on iTunes and subscribe to The Coach Jeff Podcast or The Coach Jeff Archive Podcast.. (where you can find all our old shows prior to #225)
Magdalena Boulet Interview!! http://www.magdaboulet.com/ Magda Photo: Myke Hermsmeyer Photography Running Stupid is Brought to You By: http://www.hokaoneone.com/ http://www.drymaxsocks.com/ http://www.boomnutrition.com/ http://paradigmwellnessmed.com/ All Day!
The RunRunLive 4.0 Podcast Episode 4-316 – Matt Crehan - Graphic Running (Audio: link) [audio:http://www.RunRunLive.com/PodcastEpisodes/epi4316.mp3] Link epi4316.mp3 Support my Hood-to-Coast Relay for Cancer Research - https://finishcancer2015.everydayhero.com/us/chris-russell-hood-to-coast-for-cancer-research Intro Bumper: Hello, good morning, good afternoon, good evening, depending on where you find yourself physically located on the space-time continuum relative to the orbit, tilt and spin of this muddy rock. This is Chris your host and this is episode 4-316 of the RunRunLive podcast. Why 4-316? Well, my current numbering scheme topology reflects the different incarnations of the RunRunLive Podcast over the last 7 years. Some of these incarnations were due to new or failed technology, some because I just felt an inflection point creep up on me like stern, but stealthy, thief in the night. So…this is version 4 of the podcast and the 316th official episode. Anyhoo…the current version comes...
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Karl Meltzer tals Scott on the AT and Rob Krar talks back-to-back wins at Western States. Nikki Kimball and Georgina Ayre talk Richtersveld Wildrun and Stevie Kremer chats Ultra Skymarathon Madeira. The News, Talk Training and Niandi Carmont co hosts.
I spend a lot of time trying to convince road runners to give the trail a try. Today I'm flipping that around. Just like road runners see benefits to running trails, trail runners can see major improvements by spending some days on the road. In today's episode, I discuss the benefits to road running, and specific workouts trail runners should pound out on the pavement.
Edição de10 de Julho 2015 - Os melhores momentos da corrida TSF runners
In part two of our in person chat at the USA championships, Jon and I meander through a variety of topics surrounding distractions and performance. We start off with talking about taking the master chef approach. What’s this actually mean? It’s about how to get all of these different people to the same end game. Meaning that instead of following an exact recipe it’s about understanding and seeing the patterns but having the flexibility to work around it both in coaching and racing. From here, we dig into the difference between racing and time trialing and how we go about dealing with the fact that in the post collegiate world we spend the entire year racing one style (time trial) and then have to figure out how to run rounds and tactical races. How do we prepare for this and how do you get ready to prepare for the event demands in both styles. After that, we discuss the workout Wednesday response, where we tend to look at workouts as predictive. They aren’t. Athletes and coaches tend to...
– Aconteceu 1: Recorde Mundial de corrida em esteira por 7 dias, do Marcio Villar– Aconteceu 2: Peach Tree Road Race: nunca ache que a prova está ganha a poucos metros da linha de chegada– O que vem por aí: Jogos Panamericanos começam na sexta, mas já dá problemas antes com trapalhada da organização que deixa centenas de atletas fora da competição em cima da hora.– Papo de Pista: O americano Evan Jager dá trabalho para queniano em prova de 3 mil metros com obstáculos - Rockão da semana: Cherry Bomb, do The Runaways
Investigative reporter David Epstein joins Jason and Kevin to discuss his story about Alberto Salazar breaking anti-drug rules. David describes his reaction to Salazar’s response, the likelihood of Salazar facing a suspension and the next steps in the case. After the interview, Jason and Kevin recap the Paris Diamond League meet, relive Evan Jager’s wild American record race, argue about who has the best chance to beat Justin Gatlin, and make a plea for Allyson Felix to ditch the relays. Show Notes -Our iTunes page -Voicemail line: 206-208-9935 -”Off Track: Former Team Members Accuse Fame Coach Alberto Salazar of Breaking Drug Rules“ -”Catch Me If You Can” documentary about Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project -Alberto Salazar’s open letter -David Epstein’s response -Epstein’s book, “The Sports Gene“ -Potential Allyson Felix double at World Championships -Congressman thinks Guam might tip over -Recap of the All American Challenge with photos!
Jamie Sketchley is a popular member of the Australian Trail Running Community and when not competing himself can often be seen volunteering and cheering at run events. On the 11th of July Jamie Sketchley will be running 105km solo around Lilydale lake to raise awareness for depression and anxiety. Jamie says "Depression is something that myself and many others suffer with everyday, often in silence and alone. By Speaking up and asking for help we can go a long way in breaking the stigma of mental health issues" Jamie is raising funds for the Black Dog Institute and is encouraging people to donate to a great cause or come down and run a few laps of support with him on July 11th to help break the stigma of mental health issues. You can access the donation page here. One in five Australians are affected by mental illness each year. Mental illness can be overwhelming, crippling and isolating. The Black Dog Institute is dedicated to supporting and improving the lives of people affected by mood...
I joined a new training group with the hope of meeting new people and getting some new motivation. That and more in this show. Plus, I may have my first advertiser for the show….check out www.myracetimetracker.com and see if the app works for you! http://www.military.com/daily-news/2015/05/28/oped-the-evolution-of-thanking-those-in-uniform.html Music by Garageband and the late Derek Miller’s Penmachine.
Remember those tiny 1% improvements from episode 4? Well now I want you to go big! And I want us to do it together. Let's set a massive goal and use those small steps to make it a reality. Will you join me in doing something great?
Edição de 03 Julho 2015 - Quem faz trail tem que ir à Freita pelo menos uma vez na vida
Jason and Kevin discuss the upsets, mishaps, standout performances and surprising results from last week’s USA Championships in Eugene. Also, the guys talk about Usain Bolt’s injured back, Alberto Salazar’s open letter and a very American running challenge. Show Notes -Our iTunes page -Voicemail line: 206-208-9935 -Alberto Salazar’s open letter -David Epstein’s response -Samurai Delicatessen -Unsullied
O resumo da semana que passou, com comentários e cornetadas. - Boost Endless Run abre inscrições - Golden Four Asics Fortaleza - Caso Nike Oregon Project - Corrida na lama na França causa transtornos nos atletas - Vovó de 71 anos completa a Western States abaixo de 30 horas
Keith Hong is our special guest on this episode of The Partnerunning Show. Keith, a keen runner, is the Director of Buzz Events & Co, a new generation sports event management company based in Sydney Australia. After Sue puts Keith to the test in the Partnerunning Dash we explore two exciting events on the Australian running calendar. Keith is the Race Director for the 2015 Centennial Park Ultramarathon and we learn all about the event and the logistics for people travelling to Sydney to participate. RUNation - Sydney's first running film festival is a new event for Australia to be held on July 10th 2015. Also on the show: Over the shoulder Ask Sue The road ahead
Part 1- Once again, Jon and I come to you from a coffee shop on location and simply talking shop. This week we’re covering distractions; how to deal with them, how do you adapt to them, and when they might be positive or negative. We start out with the “Once A Runner” myth about living the life of zero distractions and how this might work for some, but it should be about learning how to thrive in a real environment. The oft-cited counter to this argument is the East African running only lifestyle. While this works well for them, the cultural differences and ADD type culture that infiltrates modern society, doesn’t allow for many Westerners to function in this type of set up. Instead of recovering during this type of environment, the “disease of doing nothing” creates a stressor because of ingrained societal norm of being a “productive worker bee.” It’s about finding balance in your life that allows for recovery and self-fulfillment. From here, we jump to how to frame distractions and how...
This week on the Partnerunning Show we interview Brett Saxon from Trails Plus as we preview up coming events in the You Yangs and The Tan Ultra. With the Hardcore 100 Miler fast becoming one of Australia's must do hundred millers Brett tells as all about the miler and other You Yangs Events. The Tan is Melbournes iconic running trail and with a central location is a must for locals and tourists. Brett outlines the events to be held there with distances from 8km to 100km available. Also on the show: Over the shoulder Ask Sue Surf Coast Trail Marathon 2015 Review The Road Ahead
The RunRunLive 4.0 Podcast Episode 4-315 – Gary Allen and I talk running (Audio: link) garyallenLink epi4315.mp3 Support my Hood-to-Coast Relay for Cancer Research - https://give.everydayhero.com/us/chris-russell-hood-to-coast-for-cancer-research Intro Bumper: Hey there! This is Chris your steward for today’s ride along the colorful roadway of endurance sport. Practically, this makes for three podcasts in three weeks for you from the RunRunLive headquarters (Located in a dank cave in Western Pennsyvania that at one point in its history housed bandits, velociraptors and coal miners), just kidding, I’m actually in my home office. I did have a trip to Denver, but it got canceled. Episodes 4-313, 4-314 & 4-315 should be in your inbox, slightly out of order, due to a disruption in the space-time-chance-&-luck continuum. mayflower-smallI seem to remember closing Episode 4-315 with the note that I intended to run a ½ marathon in Plymouth. That would be two weeks ago now, and I did indeed...
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Today the Coach brings you Project PB part #009 STOP CHAFING NOW !! Get some Squeaky Cheeks- the best anti chafing for anyone who suffers from sw-ass or sw-oob or monkey butt. Be a part of The Coach Jeff Community - Facebook - Twitter Get in touch with us via email firstname.lastname@example.org Visit us on iTunes and subscribe to The Coach Jeff Podcast or The Coach Jeff Archive Podcast.. (where you can find all our old shows prior to #225)
The race is over, and the sore muscles have faded. Now what? For many, that "Now what?" question sets you off into a downward spiral I like to call the post-race blues. And it's a tough place to recover from. So today we're talking post-race blues, why they're happen and how to prevent them, and how you should start training after the big race is finished.
Interview with rock star runner, volunteer, RD and awesome coach, Ann Trason!!Really hope you enjoy this one!!http://www.trasonevents.com/http://anntrasoncoaching.com/wp/ http://www.hokaoneone.comhttp://www.boomnutrition.comhttp://paradigmwellnessmed.com/ All Day!
Edição de 26 de Junho 2015 - Maria da Conceição, uma mulher no topo da montanha
Here are two fellas, both foreign, coming to Western States with different histories. Brendan Davies, wearing M8, is, in his own words, winding down his competitive MUT career to focus on coaching, while Cyril nabbed an entry thru the UTWT and is using this as his first ultra in America. What fun! Both guys are great to talk to. They’re excited for the race, reverential towards the field and course, and insist that one hundred miles is a long way and no one knows what’ll happen out there. Brendan’s love for coaching and his athletes shines through, while Cyril regales us with the story about how he spent two years of his life…wow! Episode Notes: Outro music: Forgotten Years by Midnight Oil The post Western States 2015: Brendan Davies and Cyril Cointre appeared first on UltraRunnerPodcast: Ultramarathon News, Podcasts, and Product Reviews.
Ryan Sandes is coming to Western States with the third-fastest time ever recorded on the iconic course. Three years ago he finished second to Timothy Olson. Two years ago he dropped, and last year he was fifth. This year, the native South African has targeted Western as an “A” race, he’s been acclimating to California for the past month, and he’s ready to go. Photo Kelvin Trautman We.also talk to Ryan about building a brand around himself, Formula One cars, what type of food South Africans are famous for, and of course, what we prefer in our beer glasses. Towards the end, Ethan and I chat about the top five stories from Daily News, our own Western States predictions, and why I simply don’t understand most team sports. Episode Notes: Episode sponsored by Territory Run Co. Cool lifestyle wear and Ryan is sponsored by Salomon, Red Bull, and Velocity Sports Lab. Here’s his website, or follow him on Twitter: @Ryansandes or Facebook here. Outro music: Hot Hot Hot by Buster Poindexter. Because...
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Today the Coach tries to catch up on some listener email and questions …. (rant warning) STOP CHAFING NOW !! Get some Squeaky Cheeks- the best anti chafing for anyone who suffers from sw-ass or sw-oob or monkey butt. Be a part of The Coach Jeff Community - Facebook - Twitter Get in touch with us via email email@example.com Visit us on iTunes and subscribe to The Coach Jeff Podcast or The Coach Jeff Archive Podcast.. (where you can find all our old shows prior to #225)
Today the Coach brings Run for the Sun 2015 (Part #007) STOP CHAFING NOW !! Get some Squeaky Cheeks- the best anti chafing for anyone who suffers from sw-ass or sw-oob or monkey butt. Be a part of The Coach Jeff Community - Facebook - Twitter Get in touch with us via email firstname.lastname@example.org Visit us on iTunes and subscribe to The Coach Jeff Podcast or The Coach Jeff Archive Podcast.. (where you can find all our old shows prior to #225)
Dave Mackey has won big races and earned the respect of other runners for well over a decade. Even at 45 years old, he’s widely considered one of the toughest runners on the trails, able to endure pain and push his body to it’s limit in pursuit of a goal. Then on May 23 of this year, exactly one month ago today, Dave stepped on a loose rock while on a trail run outside Boulder. Since that fateful step, Dave’s life has changed drastically. The rescue. Photo courtesy Bill Wright. In this interview, we talk about the accident and exactly what happened. Who saved him and what did he do right? How did his endurance and medical training help him? What’s his prognosis? Will he run, or even walk again? And now sidelined for the upcoming Western States, Dave offers some insight on who he thinks might stand on the podium this coming Saturday. He’ll be watching from home this year, but we all hope to see him on the trails again soon. Episode Notes: Sponsored by UltrarunningCompany.com, an online store...
Jason and Kevin prepare for the USA Championships by covering all the running events and even some of the action in the field. Will Galen Rupp sweep the 5,000 and 10,000? Who will emerge from the log jammed men’s 800? Which event will send the best group to Beijing? Can collegians Jenna Prandini, Trayvon Bromell and Dedric Dukes breakthrough and make their first team? Then, the guys revive the discussion about Andre De Grasse’s nickname, help program a fictitious track and field television network and ponder whether or not Usain Bolt is fooling all of us. Show Notes: -Our iTunes page -Voicemail line: 206-208-9935 -Check out the Daily Relay for more coverage of USAs -John Landy stops to help Ron Clarke
This is gonna be an exciting year! Ryan Smith earned his ticket to Western States by beating last year’s 2nd place Seth Swanson at the tough Sean O’Brien 100k in February, while Michele earned her ticket by winning the Black Canyon 100k around the same time…remember, she was 4 months post-partum. Ryan’s my secret dark horse (I guess no longer!) and Michele is ready to throw down her aggressive racing style, sans pacer, all the way to the Placer High track. Both Ryan and Michele have a lot of great advice, insight, and excitement around this year’s race, and I’m anxious to see how it pans out in five days. Episode Notes: Sponsored by: The ultrarunnintcompany.com is a specialty ultra/trail running store from North Carolina that’s got a terrific online system that allows you to get great advice and superb products at a low price. Check them out. Here’s Ryan’s website. Here’s Michele’s website. The post Western States 2015: Ryan Smith and Michele Yates appeared first on UltraRunnerPodcast...
Why run a marathon? Why run a few marathons? Why make running regular marathons part of your lifestyle? The motivation and reason for running a marathon is a fascinating topic and in the same way runners come in all shapes and sizes so to do the reeasons people give for running 42.2 km. For some the marathon is a bucket list item, others do it with a friend, to get fit or for charity. In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we look at why people run marathons and why some continue to run them. Also on the show: Sue remembers her Uncle Ron Clarke Over the Shoulder Ask Sue The Road Ahead