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Nobody Asked Us with Des & Kara

Des Linden and Kara Goucher

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Once competitors and Olympic teammates, now friends and podcast partners, Des Linden and Kara Goucher share their hot takes about all things running with a little bit of life-stuff sprinkled in too. Come for the insights on running and stay for the inspiration from two legends in the sport. No filter needed.
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Running Rogue is a podcast produced by Rogue Running in Austin, TX. We are here to talk all things running and help you become a better runner! Check us out at www.roguerunning.com.
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Dads on Doody

dothedoody@dadsondoody.com

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“Dads on Doody” is a parenting podcast, delivered from the dad’s perspective. We don’t claim to be experts, but we’re not afraid to express our opinions on any range of topics. As proud papas of three kids each, our goal is to share what we’ve learned from our parenting experiences for our listeners’ benefit and hopefully provide some laughs along the way. Check us out on our website: www.dadsondoody.com.
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Clean Sport Collective

Kara Goucher, Shanna Burnette, and Chris McClung

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The Clean Sport Collective is a community of powerful voices comprised of athletes, brands, events, clubs, fans and the public to support the pursuit of clean sport and athletics through the absence of performance enhancing drugs. With this podcast, we will celebrate clean athletes, educate you on issues in the world of clean sport, and bring hope that we can all believe in the power of fair play across all sports.
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Thousands of conversations with great shop owners provides unique insight. Join Ryan Burton, experienced broadcaster & founder of Leads Near Me for Near Me Radio. In each episode Ryan will talk about what it takes to be successful with thought leaders that have inspired him along the way. Near Me Radio will share ideas and formulas on how to get your unfair share in today's competitive Automotive market. Auto Repair Shop owners are not only shop owners, so the show will also talk about perso ...
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"The suspense is terrible. I hope it'll last." - Willy Wonka. Sadly (or happily?) it didn't last... In this episode, you learn a little bit more about me (the podcast editor and show-notes writer) and what it's like to be a third wheel to two of the best to ever do it. Mine is the wobbly wheel to be sure. You learn about how my role in this project…
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It's that time of year again. Your spring race may have just finished, and it's time to think about what's next. Are you doing Berlin, Chicago, NYC or perhaps a fall half?!? In this episode, I give you 5 tips to get the most from your next training cycle. With each tip, you also get the common pitfalls to avoid from my experience as a coach. Do thi…
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Yes, it's been a long fortnight since the last Nobody Asked Us episode, but Taylor needed the space and so did we. This episode starts innocently enough with an off-the-rails intro and then Des and Kara reveal the clandestine use of four contest words in past episodes. Kara illicitly tried to throw you off on the last one, but one lucky winner stil…
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I had an amazing weekend in Boston nearly two weeks ago. Whether running the marathon or not, there is always so much inspiration to go around on Boston Marathon weekend. In this episode, I give you 9 takeaways from my weekend of cheering/supporting which will inspire you regardless of whether your goal is to qualify for the race or not. Enjoy! To …
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You asked for it, and you are getting it! Des and Kara recorded this freshy fresh Boston Marathon recap at 10:15 pm on Marathon Monday after just enough beers. The most important detail, perhaps, is that they shut down the bar at the end of this one. They were literally kicked out of the Sam Adams Taproom in downtown Boston to end the show, the per…
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In this LIVE episode filmed at WBUR Cityspace in Boston, Des and Kara take you behind the scenes of the 2009, 2011, and 2018 Boston Marathons for an episode that will make you both laugh and cry. In 2009, Kara finished in an agonizing 3rd place in a podium battle that wasn't decided until Boylston, while Des watched from the stands. In 2011, Des fi…
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Boston, London, Eugene, Vancouver, Oklahoma City, Carmel, Ohai, Grandma's, and so many more. Spring racing season is here, and I've got 10 tips to get your mind right for race day. Put these to work, and you will be ready to crush it! To redeem offers from this episode's sponsors: Use the code ROGUE for 10% off on running apparel at Janji.com. For …
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"This race is too hard for women. They are simply not tough enough to do it, and I get to say that for as long as it takes until someone proves me wrong." - Lazarus Lake, Race Director for the Barkley Marathons. Enter Jasmin Paris. Sorry Lazarus. But first, Des and Kara kick things off with their usual banter talking about solving the world's probl…
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In this episode, I answer recent questions from listeners as well as themes from athletes that I coach. Today's questions: How should I evolve paces over time and can I go too slow? What should I do if I have a bad workout or long run? How can I protect myself from dogs on the run? Should I do a 2 or 3 week marathon taper (or 1 or 2 week half marat…
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"The space between; The tears we cry; Is the laughter that keeps us coming back for more." - Dave Mathews Band The episode is a tribute to the spaces between and most certainly the laughter that comes with them... the space between the indoor season and outdoor championships, between the Olympic Marathon Trials and the Boston Marathon, between your…
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"Haters gonna hate... potaters gonna potate." - Kara Goucher This and other "wisdom" in this new episode. Des and Kara recap an exciting World Indoor meet in Glasgow where the US brought home a truckload of middle distance and distance medals including 4 in the 1500m alone. Kara was on the call and offers some behind-the-scenes insight, plus they g…
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We all have fears in training... every single one of us. In this episode, I talk through 6 common examples I see as a coach and give you tips on how to face down each one of them. From doubting your potential to being afraid of never getting back to fitness after injury (and more), this episode might make you feel less alone in your journey. To whi…
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Where can you improve in order to reach your full potential? I often get this question, and it's my job as a coach to assess the opportunity areas for my athletes. In this episode, I give you 6 opportunity areas and the associated metrics to consider in order to identify your biggest needs in training. Rate your yourself on all 6 and then go tackle…
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Calling all track nerds to reach in and grab a topic of your choosing. From indoor racing to Olympic standards and field sizes to the new long jump rules, there is something in here for any track nerd (or aspiring track nerd) in your life. We think track is fun, but even if you don't, there is STILL plenty of fun to be had. Kara accidentally shares…
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James Dodds and I had a little bit of fun with this episode, and we hope you enjoy it. We riff on 6 topics that have been the object of our recent coaching curiosities or ruminations. The topics range from the limits of easy aerobic volume to maxing out in-run carbs and to the science (and potentially hocus pocus) of advanced recovery techniques (a…
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It is that time of year where everyone is rapidly falling out of training due to sickness. When that happens, panic mode sets in, and you might try to simply train through it. However, that can be dangerous and cause you to extend your sickness even more. Instead when sick, you need to give your body the time, ability, and resources to temporarily …
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Des and Kara got the message. You like it when they are a little bit tipsy... ok, maybe a lot tipsy. In this episode, you will learn that they questioned whether or not to post the last one because of the drinks involved. (Editor's note: you're welcome.) You will also learn what happened at the bar after they finished recording (hint: D, d's, and D…
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The most important thing for you to know about this episode was that it was recorded on the patio of a bar at 7:46 pm on the night of the Olympic Marathon Trials with (multiple) beers in hand. The result is uncut podcast and YouTube gold from two women with front row seats to all of the day's action. While you will worry in a few moments whether or…
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Zone 2 this and Zone 2 that... it's all the rage on social media and with longevity experts. On the bright side, discussing Zone 2 means that you are talking about the importance of EASY running, and we know easy running is the key to building fitness and longevity. On the other hand, there are misconceptions about what Zone 2 means and how to appl…
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Des and Kara have two very special guests join this episode to talk about what it's like to play the sidekick role for an Olympic Trials race. Mr. Des Linden (aka Ryan) and Mr. Kara Goucher (aka Adam) break it all down and talk about what it's like to support in training, what it's like on the sidelines, and then how to manage the aftermath in vict…
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James Dodds joins me to help me recap a tough day at the Houston Marathon for me. It was my big goal race, but it didn't go how I hoped it would. Fortunately, the reasons for that are crystal clear, which I break down in the episode. I am still very proud of my day and even more hungry for what's to come. Thank you to everyone for your support in t…
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Apollo 13 may have had a problem, but the Houston Marathon and Half Marathon DOES NOT. What a freaking amazing race with so many implications for the Olympic Marathon Trials! Des was on the call in the booth, and Kara was following along from home. In this episode, they recap it all, discussing the men's and women's races for both distances. This r…
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Do you want to have your best year of running yet? This episode is here to help you achieve the right balance in training in order to do so. I give you 4 things to do more of and 4 things to do less of in order to optimize your performance in 2024. Where you are out of balance?!? Listen in and find out! To redeem offers from this episode's sponsors…
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New year, new season... Des and Kara are back for more in 2024! This is a fun one with the perfect mix of behind-the-scenes intel and the usual off-the-rails banter for which these two are known. Since no one else is talking about it yet, Des and Kara start the year with an episode to get you hyped about the competition at the upcoming US Marathon …
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It's been an amazing first year for the Nobody Asked Us Podcast with Des and Kara... 27 episodes, nearly 1 million downloads, 2 new friends and 1 sassy intro song. Are Des and Kara close friends now because of the pod or in spite of it? I think we know the answer, but this final episode of 2023 will confirm it. In this episode, they give you a peak…
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Many have asked about how my training for the Houston Marathon is going, and this episode is your answer. James Dodds joins the show to interview me on my training progress. You will hear that I still don't know what the outcome will be, but I feel really good about my progress to this point. We talk about my process and how I've felt along the way…
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A very special guest joins the podcast this week as Mary Kate Shea sits in with Des and Kara. Mary Kate (aka MK) is the Director of Professional Athletes and Technical Support for the Boston Athletic Association (aka the BAA) and personal friend of Des. Before giving details on the episode itself, it'll be important for you, if you haven't already,…
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In this episode, James and I interview Paul Esteso, a member of our virtual podcast group called the Rogue Renegades. Paul tells the story of his running journey and the epiphany that would lead to a massive breakthrough in his results. His marathon times had hit a plateau, and he wanted more. With a few simple changes to his training, focused on t…
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No horses were harmed in the making of this episode. This one starts off innocently enough with Des providing details of her recent trip to Japan, including the recovery tool she rediscovered on the journey that has surely been abandoned again by now. Kara gives an update on her challenges with a recent dystonia flare-up that caused a bad fall whil…
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On October 23rd, Rogue lost a member of our community when Larry Bright passed away. He was a runner with us for 17 years and a coach for 10 years. This episode is my tribute to him and the lessons we can all learn from his life and running journey. RIP to my friend Larry. To support Larry's family, you can give here: https://gofund.me/c98f8228. To…
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You just crushed your fall race... now what? I often see runners jump straight into the next training cycle without giving yourself time for the proper 2-3 week reset. In this episode, I talk about 8 things - 4 mental and 4 physical - in order to appropriately reset the mind and body for what's to come. Do not take shortcuts with your post-race res…
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Just a few hours after the conclusion of the elite races, Des and Kara jumped on the mics to recap all of the action at the TCS NYC Marathon on Sunday. To call this episode "pure fire" would be a gross understatement AND STILL perhaps the best possible teaser words for it. They spend the most time on the women's race, one that Kara calls "the best …
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Lori Smiley (my sister) was on episode 303 of this podcast to celebrate her hard-earned Boston qualifier earlier this year. She was confident of toeing the line next April with her 5:00 minute buffer. Then, the news of the 5:29 hit her like a ton of bricks in September, sending her into an existential spiral over her running goals. In this episode,…
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In this episode, James and I are joined by Doctor of Physical Therapy Morgan Riggins to talk about running and physical therapy. We discuss finding a good physical therapist to help you run more consistently, prevent and/or work through injury, and minimize downtime when injuries do pop up. If you don't have a physical therapist on your support tea…
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Have you ever wondered how your wearables are made? Or how a company validates the data that is produced by them? Probably not and that's ok, but today, that's going to change! In this episode, James and I chat with Jeff Knight, former Rogue coach and training director, who has been working in the wearable space for the last 8 years. We talk about …
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One of the top questions I get as a coach is about running and aging. Everyone is always worried about the grim reaper coming for their speed. In this episode, James and I are here to tell you to let go of those limitations and focus on 8 important elements to consider as you age. These 8 things, including 2 that are must-haves, touch on not only a…
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What's better? Sex or two Nobody Asked Us episodes in 4 days?!? It's a trick question because the correct answer is listening to this new episode while munching on a Nerds rope. This episode starts by going a little off the rails but quickly gets back on track as Kara leads Des through a conversation about her record-setting weekend. There's also b…
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Des and Kara kicked off marathon weekend in Chicago with a live episode from Fleet Feet Chicago. They talk about their marathon routines and strategies for pre-race prep, in-race execution, and of course, the post-race party. Come for the usual, inspirational tips on marathoning, stay for the random tangents about Ted Bundy, a murder on Valentine's…
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In this episode, James and I chat with 5-year Rogue member Dan Wiersema. 5 years ago, Dan joined us with the goals to find a community, start moving, and lose a little bit of weight. That first season with us saw him complete his first half marathon, and now, he is dreaming of much bigger things as he prepares for his 3rd marathon this fall. I thin…
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This episode starts with a discussion of the recently-announced Boston Marathon "buffer" and how gutting it is for those who missed the cut. As a coach, I feel that pain too having many athletes who just missed being able to toe the line next year in Boston. As a part of that discussion, I give a few tips for those who missed out and also give my s…
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This episode is the runner's equivalent of an all-you-can-eat buffet. There's a little bit of everything, just please go easy on the corn and tomatoes. Des and Kara start with a recap of the Diamond League Final at the Prefontaine Classic, covering the highlights with behind-the-scenes stories from Kara who was on the call with NBC. They share thei…
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Why am I not improving? I get this question a lot as a coach, and this episode provides the answer, eight of them to be exact. First of all, I talk about how to know if you are in a performance plateau, and then I give you 8 reasons why that might be true. Along the way, I give you the solutions to consider so that you can find performance gains ag…
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In this episode, James and I chat with everyday runner and relatively new half marathoner - Sarah Perry. Sarah sent me a direct message on Instagram with questions about VO2Max and heart rate, and it magically turned into a 1-hour coaching chat with James and I. Plus, we recorded it so that you all could learn from the discussion as well! In this c…
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This is Des and Kara at their finest, like listening in on two best friends shooting the s**t about their favorite sport. Yes, the recent World Championships in Budapest is the backdrop for the discussion, but they weave in so much more than just event recaps. Plus, Kara dishes all the behind-the-scenes, broadcasting tea, including the back story b…
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In this episode, one of my athletes - Nicole Winter from @nicolemruns - interviews me! This was the idea of Nicole and other athletes in my Austin training group (shout out to the Rogue Morning Show!). They put together a list of questions for me ranging from fun, get-to-know-you questions to questions about my running journey and even some questio…
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Welcome to "Near Me Radio", the ultimate podcast destination for auto repair professionals. Every episode promises enlightening conversations, tailored insights, and a peek into the dynamic world of automotive repairs. In this exclusive episode, we're gearing up for the High Gear Auto Repair Marketing Conference with our "Speaker Series". Join your…
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The fall racing season is almost here, and in this episode, we help you answer this fundamental question: should I do a race in preparation for my primary race (aka my "A race")? Thank you to Caroline from the Rogue Renegades for these questions. The short answer is... it's not as simple as you think. For the long answer, tune in for more. In this …
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This is fun one. Recorded a few weeks ago, Des and Kara start with a mini-preview of the World Championships in Budapest, which is even more interesting now that we know the results. Then, they turn to an in-depth discussion of what it's like to be in the drug testing pool as an elite athlete. From mixing it up on the ones and twos (and we aren't t…
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In this episode, I replay a live question and answer session that I did with Nicole Winter's followers (@nicolemruns). Nicole is an athlete that I've coached for 2 years, including to her first Boston Qualifier in Eugene in April. She's a running and fitness content creator on instagram, and definitely worth a follow there. Her followers also ask g…
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Step into the world of automotive innovation and leadership with our captivating podcast, Near Me Radio. Hosted by the dynamic Ryan Burton, this show is a must-listen for automotive professionals and enthusiasts alike. Join us as we uncover the latest trends, insights, and success stories that are shaping the automotive industry. In our latest epis…
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