Best 100miles podcasts we could find (Updated July 2019)
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Ultra marathon physiology brought to you by the world’s leading scientists, coaches, and athletes. Science Of Ultra host, Dr. Shawn Bearden, brings you interviews and more to deliver everything you want to know about all facets of training, nutrition, hydration, environment, psychology, gear, and much more. Become your ultra best!
 
The Physical Performance Show exists to inspire people to achieve their physical best performance through candid interviews with the world’s best and most inspiring physical performers. The show's host Physiotherapist, Best selling Author, and accomplished athlete Brad Beer delves into how top physical performers achieve success and the highs and lows of the journey in getting there.
 
Inspirational stories from amateur runners. Inclusive stories about running for all abilities and disciplines. Ordinary people, extraordinary stories.
 
Welcome to your KINGDOMZ INSIDER with the McCarroll'sEach Friday married couple Aundrea & Craig share their lessons and insights from with in their kingdom regarding the joys of starting companies while staying connected as a couple & raising kids as a blended family in this CRAZY modern world. Never claiming to be experts in these fields they invite one in to join for a once a month discussion.You can follow the host on Instagram @kingdomzqueen & @coachcraig__ www.kingdomzinsider.com
 
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Laura Williams is an "ultra librarian"! University librarian by day trail runner by night! And Ultra runner on the weekend. Laura is an inspiration to so many people with her wonderful attitude of always taking the next step. Her Laura's story from a few miles, into 10km, half marathon, road marathon and then discovering trails and the wonderfu ...…
 
On this episode of The Physical Performance Show, we feature Zane Robertson ahead of his debut marathon performance in the 2019 Gold Coast Marathon. Zane Robertson debuted with an impressive 2:08:19 just an average of 3:02 per kilometre to set a new New Zealand Marathon record. Zane took 3rd place in the 2019 edition of the Gold Coast Marathon ...…
 
Today’s episode breaks from our traditional format on Coaches’ Corner. Instead of starting with a T/F statement and then discussing the topic, we talk about a specific event today. This episode was recorded on July 2nd, 2019, just a few days after the 2019 WS100 Endurance Run. My guest coaches each had some great insights and experience at the ...…
 
Today, we take a closer look at focus, which is the first of our core features of a high performance mindset. From focus with mindfulness, you can develop the other features of a high performance mindset: calm, confidence, optimism, and trust.By Shawn Bearden.
 
If you’re going to do something that’s difficult, like running ultra-marathons, it’s important to have a strategy. Inside of that strategy you have to develop and refine skills through deliberate practice. Train your mind, just like you train your body. In this installment, we create an overview of training the mind.…
 
The average pace for an ultra-marathon isn't very fast. In races of 100 miles, for example, the average pace can be slower than easy training runs. How do successful ultra-marathon runners pace themselves? How do you pace yourself? Is it true that you should start races, especially longer ones, like a stroll in the park?…
 
Glynis Nunn has had a long and distinguished sporting career which spans more than 30 years as an Athlete, Coach and Administrator. After Glynis’s Dual Heptathlon Gold Medals at the 1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games followed by the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games, Glynis was granted the Medal of The Order of Australia. Glynis is a qualified Secon ...…
 
Kim Keedle is a Physiotherapist who graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Melbourne University in 2012. Years later after working within an elite sport in the UK, Kim has offered a coveted position with the newly founded Haas Formula 1 Racing Team. From there Kim took up a position to be the Physiotherapist for Romain Grosjean, Haas F ...…
 
Jared Powell is a Gold Coast based Physiotherapist who is currently completing his PhD in shoulder pain at Bond University, where he is also a visiting lecturer and tutor. Shoulder pain is an enormous burn in society with half of the population experiencing shoulder pain in any given calendar year. It’s the third most common complaint that gene ...…
 
Ryan Sandes won the coveted 100m Western States Endurance Run in 2017. This was 5 years after Ryan incidentally made his debut in that event in 2012 where he finished runner up, prior to that the 2012 Western States Endurance Run debut. Ryan has taken out the coveted titles of the Leadville Trail 100miler in 2011, had taken victory in the Sahar ...…
 
Multi Day events are very different from running a long way all in one go. Recently Abbie has completed over 100miles on the Cotswold Way as a 4 day challenge and Kev has completed the Wainright level of the Silva Great Lakeland 3 Day Event (GL3D). This is a chat about those events, sharing details and experiences, maybe you will be inspired to ...…
 
Do older athletes need to train differently compared to their younger selves? Coaches Ian Sharman, David Roche, Krissy Moehl, and Shawn Bearden discuss training as we age in today's Coaches' Corner. Watch the discussion on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/loH878kbRbQ Each coach can be reached through their respective websites: Krissy Moehl ...…
 
Meb Keflezighi is the only runner in history to have won a New York Marathon Title, Boston Marathon Title and Olympic Marathon Medal. In 2004, Meb won a Silver Medal in 2004 Athens Olympic Marathon as well as running at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Marathons. Meb featured in the 10,000m at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. He was the American Record ...…
 
Joseph Coyne is an exercise physiologist, sports scientist and performance coach. Joseph has been the Physical Preparation Coach for the Chinese Athletics Association, Jump and Sprint Athletes. He then went on to be the Performance Manager for the Chinese Olympic Committees National Sports Training Centre in the lead up to the 2016 Rio Olympic ...…
 
Jules McConnel is a champion sky diver and has amassed an incredible 10,500 jumps in her career. Through her key professional years jumping up to 900 times per year. In 2012 Jules joined up with her jumping partner Michael Vaughan to set an Australasian record of 300 jumps in a day. Jules specialises in canopy formation jumping and has been man ...…
 
Wouter Huitzing is an ultra runner with some pedigree. Winning the Montane Spine Challenger in 2018 with a new course record and 2nd in 2019! Starting on Easter weekend Wouter set out to run 498km to set a fastest known time to complete the Pieterpad trail in his native Netherlands! Wouter is perhaps still better known in adventure racing but h ...…
 
Running economy is one of the three key features in performance, along with endurance and stamina. You can develop your running economy through heavy resistance training, sprints, and volume. This episode is a crash course in how do it right.By Shawn Bearden.
 
Hayden Wilde is a New Zealand Professional Triathlete chasing selection for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Hayden is a much loved figure throughout the Super League Triathlon series where I met him personally. Recently in the World Triathlon series he has really stood out particularly with the season opener for the 2019 season in Abu Dhabi where ...…
 
Dr. Peter Malliaras is an Associate Professor at Monash University where Peter leads various research Tendinopathy projects and supervises PHD students. Peter is also a practicing clinician at Complete Sports Care in Hawthorne, Melbourne where he consults with patients who have had enduring persistent tendinopathy injuries along with elite athl ...…
 
V̇O2max is the maximum amount of oxygen your body can use per minute. It's a metabolic rate that can be sustained for 6-10 minutes. Why do you hear so much about it in running, when competitions are so much longer. Maybe your V̇O2max isn't something you should ever focus on.By Shawn Bearden.
 
Ryan Hall is a Dual US Marathon Olympian who has competed in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games finishing in 10th place and also in the 2012 London Games where Ryan was forced to retire early from the race for the first time in his career at approx. 10 miles. Ryan’s best accolades are the outstanding US record he holds for the Half Marathon with a ...…
 
Katie’s triathlon career has been on a winning streak recently. Katie was crowned the 2018-2019 Super League Triathlon Inaugural Champion where Katie dominated the competition across the multi-round racing. Katie started 2019 very strongly with a win in Abu Dhabi first round of the World Triathlon Series. In the 2018 World Triathlon Championshi ...…
 
What we’re talking about today is stamina. Stamina is your ability to maintain a pace for a long time. Stamina comprises endurance and economy. Endurance is your ability to cover a distance or to persist for a time. Economy is a traditionally quantified as the steady state oxygen consumption at a given running velocity. For our purposes, econom ...…
 
Meagen Nay is an Australian Dual Olympic Swimming Team Member and also a Dual Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist. In 2010 Meagen picked up the 200m backstroke title as well as the 4x 200m Free Style Gold Medal at the Delhi Commonwealth Games. Meagen’s story to swimming stardom is really unlike many others. During this episode Meagen will share a ...…
 
Running Your Stories welcomes Gavin Dodd. We catch up with Gav after a great performance in the Manchester Marathon. We chat about his intelligent training which is resulting in personal best results at all distances up to marathon. We talk about his training program, running slow to run fast, motivation and why speed over distance. Enjoyable a ...…
 
Workouts are when you stress your body. The rest of the day is when you improve. That's what we call recovery. Not only recovering to be able to do it again (get back to pre-workout capacity) but also adapt and become stronger (a new baseline capacity). Coaches Ian Sharman, David Roche, Krissy Moehl, and Shawn Bearden discuss recovery in today' ...…
 
James (Bobby) Tuttle first debuted for the St George Queensland Reds in a Super Rugby Australian League in 2016. Prior to that in 2015 Bobby had shown enormous promise by captaining Australia in the under 20’s to the World Rugby Championships held in Italy. During this episode Bobby shares the highs, the lows and the learnings about his career ...…
 
Dr Christian Moro is the Assistant Professor of Bio Medical Sciences at Bond University on the Gold Coast. Dr Moro’s teaching pedigree and his enthusiasm for his subjects are second to none. In fact, Christian was recently awarded the Australian Award for Teaching excellence amongst all of his University Australia peers. Dr Moro is super passio ...…
 
Running Your Stories is delighted to share Mark Baines' story of his running and how he has progressed from being told he might never run again after an accident to completing a number of Ultra Marathons. We catch up with Mark as he is progressing towards his first 100mile Ultra!By Running Your Stories.
 
As we begin to dissect the three domains of training - mind, body, craft - start by answering Why and What. Then we can decide How to train. Your answers are unique to you. This episode will give you definitions and guidance on answering Why and What for yourself.By Shawn Bearden.
 
Andrew Hall is the Sports Dietitian for the Brisbane Broncos Rugby League Club and the Brisbane Bullets Basketball Team. Andrew consults in a clinic based in Brisbane, he does work with Corporate Work Place Health and is also the Queensland Coordinator for Sports Dietetics Australia. During the conversation we cover performance nutrition concep ...…
 
Lisa is a friend of the show and inspirational middle of the pack to back of the pack ultra runner. Since sharing her epic story on episode 4 Lisa completed her 50th Marathon / Ultra on her 50th birthday! What can you do after that? Lisa took on the 268 mile Montane Spine Race, an unsupported ultra in the middle of winter! Kev chats with Lisa a ...…
 
Taylor McKeown is an Olympic, World and Commonwealth Games Medallist who lays claim to be Australia’s premiere female breaststroker. Having medalled in the 200m breaststroke at the Australian open champions consecutively since 2011. Taylor is also highly competitive in the 100m breaststroke and 200m individual medley. Taylor picked up a silver ...…
 
These guests could not be better profiled to share around this all important topic. Dr Paul Griffin - Sports Podiatrist, has a Sports Podiatry career spanning 20 years. Paul has provided services to the Perth Glory Football Club and the Western Australian Branch of the Australasian Podiatry Council. Paul’s, Bartold clinical colleague Simon Bart ...…
 
Stewart McSweyn is an athlete on the rise, he is a Melbourne Track Club Athlete under the tutelage of Nic Bideau. Stewart is a dual Australian 10,000m Track Champion having won back to back Zatopek classics. He recently became the second fastest Australian ever across the 5000m distance clocking a remarkable 13:05:23 in a race which actually sa ...…
 
Part 2 of our conversation into the considerations for your first ultra marathon. In today's episode we focus mostly on the mental aspects of getting it right.
 
Dr Tim Gabbett has over 20 years experience working as an Applied Sports Scientist with athletes and coaches from a wide range of sports. He holds a PhD in Human Physiology and has completed a second PhD in Applied Science of professional football. Tim has worked with elite international athletes over the Commonwealth Games in 2002 and 2006 and ...…
 
In episode 150 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with Commando Steve. Commando Steve Willis is well known for his career on The Biggest Loser. Steve started his career serving in the military over a 10 year career culminating and completing work in the Second Commando regimen before exiting the military. Then with ...…
 
Mick Hughes is a Physiotherapist and Exercise Physiologist consulting at the Melbourne Sports Medicine Centre. Mick has an expertise in all things relating to ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) injury. Mick’s consulted with various elite sporting teams across his career and is also the co-Author of the Melbourne ACL Rehabilitation Guide 2.0. The ...…
 
Welcome Martin Slack to Running Your Stories! Martin is an experienced marathon runner who switched to ultras. His latest achievement has been completing the Paris by Night ultra which is quite a different format to most. We discuss different formats of race, Martin's history, training methods and volunteering.…
 
Today we dive deep into the mind of ultra runner and coach, Ellie Greenwood. We discuss everything from competition vs participation to the benefits of multidirectional sports in the development of a trail runner to how she prescribes intensity in training the athletes she coaches. You can connect with her at https://sharmanultra.com Twitter: @ ...…
 
Richard is a Post Graduate Researcher, the Course Leader for Sport and Exercise Science at Birmingham City University, he has been a strength and conditioning Coach to multiple Olympic Athletes, has overseen strength and conditioning formally at The Royal Ballet Company in London and has previously been the Director of the UK Strength and Condi ...…
 
Welcome Abbie Dagg to Running Your Stories. Abbie is a podiatrist and runner. Abbie loves running of all kinds, roads, trails, cross country, fell running. 5km, 10km, Half Marathon, Ultra Marathon. Recently something has “clicked” for Abbie and her times are falling, confidence is growing and enjoyment is at an all time high. We discuss Abbie’s ...…
 
Should you run a marathon before signing up for an ultra-marathon? Coaches Ian Sharman, David Roche, Krissy Moehl, and Shawn Bearden discuss that question in today's Coaches' Corner. Watch the discussion on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/loH878kbRbQ Each coach can be reached through their respective websites: Krissy Moehl http://KrissyMo ...…
 
Jono Hall is a renowned Coach in the world of Triathlon however Jono was also a top level athlete winning the 1997 Australian Road Cycling Championships. Jono went on to ride professionally being trained at the Australian Institute of Sport for many years and also later with the Festina Professional Road Cycling Team. Jono went on to finish 8th ...…
 
In episode 146 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with Dr Dan Pronk - Ex Army Special Forces Doctor (Interest Edition) Dr Dan Pronk was a former doctor within the Australian Special Operations Command. Dr Pronk was deployed on operations on 5 occasions with the Army including one time to Timor and 4 times to Afghan ...…
 
Listen in to episode 145 of The Physical Performance Show as we recap the year that was 2018! In this episode you will enjoy some of the highlights from the 52 guests that were featured across the 2018 calendar year. What a year it was, 2018 saw the Physical Performance Show regularly sitting inside the iTunes Top 20 for Health and Fitness and ...…
 
Amelia Boone is the most accomplished obstacle course racer on the planet. Now she's running ultra marathons. What does it take to make that transition? What do success and failure look like to someone so dominant in one sport and very good in another? What motivates and drives Amelia's passion for endurance sports? We learn about all these top ...…
 
Dr Cris is a Registered Medical Doctor, a certified Expert in Holistic Medicine BNA, Member of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. Dr. Cris’s message is very clear, “The simpler we keep things the more likely we are to stick to the changes we make.” Dr. Cris specialises not just in the prevention and treatment of ...…
 
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