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Expand your running knowledge, identify running misconceptions and become a faster, healthier, SMARTER runner. Let Brodie Sharpe become your new running guide as he teaches you powerful injury insights from his many years as a physiotherapist while also interviewing the best running gurus in the world. This is ideal for injured runners & runners looking for injury prevention and elevated performance. So, take full advantage by starting at season 1 where Brodie teaches you THE TOP PRINCIPLES ...
 
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Lance Armstrong

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Lance Armstrong presents a singular perspective on the world’s most iconic cycling races, including the Tour de France and the Classics, as well as the broader endurance sports scene. Not your typical cycling or sports podcast, THEMOVE brings listeners deep inside the racing action, imparting insights from someone who knows the suffering and splendor like no one else. In addition to course previews and timely race analysis from Armstrong’s distinct point of view, the audience also gets to he ...
 
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Martin Yelling and Holly Rush

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By runners, for runners - Marathon Talk is a fortnightly podcast dedicated to keeping you on the inside track to successful running. Experienced multi-sport athletes Martin Yelling and Holly Rush discuss interesting and topical issues from the world of marathon running and along with regular guest interviews provide all the inspiration, motivation and knowledge you need to achieve your goals.
 
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The Cycling Podcast

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The Cycling Podcast

Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe, Richard Moore

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The Cycling Podcast – daily insight and analysis of the Giro d'Italia, Vuelta a España and Classics. Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slay ...
 
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Trail Running Women

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Trail Running Women

Hilary Spires: Trail Runner, Coach, Sports Junkie

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The women of the trails share their stories about running, racing, and life. These badass ladies from around the globe get honest about everything from competing, motherhood, and trying to have it all. Get ready for training ideas, gear tips, and a healthy dose of inspiration.
 
Free Weekly Timed explores everything parkrun and is presented by Vassos Alexander and Helen Williams. The pair share experiences, chat to guests and interact with fellow parkrun runners as they debate the big talking points of the week. To get in touch, email us at hello@freeweeklytimed.com or tweet us @freeweeklytimed. You can also get in touch via our website Freeweeklytimed.com
 
From the team behind Cyclist Magazine, this is a podcast for lovers of all things cycling, whether you’re a sucker for a sportive, a carbon fibre connoisseur or just Bernard Hinault’s biggest fan. Hosts Joe Robinson and James Spender bring you in-depth conversations from within the world of cycling by the people that know it best, with new episodes every other Thursday. In association with Sportful.
 
Welcome to RunPod, the weekly run club you can join simply by listening. In this series Jenni Falconer welcomes special guests who share that passion for running. Together they’ll discuss the challenge, reward and sometimes obsession of pounding the pavement whilst asking what drives us to run, why some catch the bug more than others, and how it can transform the lives of those who do it. Along the way, you'll hear top training tips, monumental mistakes and some inspirational stories. So, wh ...
 
Faster times and better technique aren't a guarantee when you train hard. What really makes a difference to your speed and efficiency in the water? The Effortless Swimming podcast helps make a complex sport really simple to better your swimming. We cover open water swimming, triathlon swimming and pool swimming. Hosted by Australian National swimmer and coach Brenton Ford.
 
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Sponsor: This episode is brought to you by the UCAN, the only sports fuel of its kind and a fuel that helps you thrive via stable blood sugar, metabolic efficiency and more. UCAN is powered by SuperStarch, the fat-burning fuel of choice for metabolically efficient endurance athletes and health enthusiasts. UCAN has done it again and come out with E…
 
This is a trailer for a new episode available to Friends of the Podcast. The latest in our series featuring The Cycling Podcast's hosts features Lionel Birnie facing the questions from Orla Chennaoui. Lionel talks about his route into cycling journalism, from a childhood spent making football magazines to learning the ropes at his local newspaper. …
 
Alicia is not running for gold, but she could if she wanted to. Alicia finds comfort and relative discomfort blazing through the forest of the west coast and beyond. She runs with reckless abandon for costumes (brought on by an early figure skating career), reindeer games, grueling uphills, yam fries, planning her start-up, micro-breweries, testing…
 
Letesenbet Gidey ran 62:52 for the half marathon in Valenica and the LRC crew tries to make sense of this amazing record. USATF's selection policy for the Worlds Eugene 2022 is out and people aren't happy including Rojo who goes on a rant. World Athletics Athlete of Year: Sydney McLaughlin, Yulimar Rojas, or Sifan Hassan? Karsten Warholm or Ryan Cr…
 
In episode 120 in April 2019, I chatted with Molly about her aspiration to qualify for Boston and her heartbreaking near-miss in April 2018 at Mt. Charleston. In that race, she collapsed at mile 26.0 in the finishing straight and ended up in an ambulance, even though she was on track to comfortably BQ. Fast forward to October 2021 a couple of marat…
 
Carson Bench used TrainerRoad to drop 26 minutes from his time at IRONMAN 70.3 Augusta while raising his FTP 34 watts. Tune in to find out how Carson trained to improve his swim, bike and run performance, and for insight into how Carson has waged a battle with substance abuse, eating disorders and more while being an endurance athlete. Continue the…
 
In this episode Lanterne Rouge interviews Alex Dowsett about his upcoming Hour Record attempt. Alex, a professional cyclist at Israel Start-Up Nation, previously broke the Hour Record on 2 May 2015 in Manchester, England. On 3 November 2021 he’ll return to the Velodrome in Aguascalientes, Mexico to attempt to reclaim the title and raise awareness f…
 
We see a new women’s half marathon world record, a men's European marathon record, a beer mile world record, and Eilish McColgan breaks the British road 10 mile record. Holly catches up with the London Marathon's second British female, Rose Harvey, and this week's Training Talk is all about why you should consider cross country this year.…
 
Have you ever thought that you can’t be both strong and fast at the same time? Well, Nick Bare refuses to believe so and it’s why many consider him the ultimate hybrid athlete. With a body builder’s physique and the ability to run ultras and train for sub 3 marathons at the same time - I don’t think that’s hyperbole. In this episode, Nick shares hi…
 
I have been working with Chris for a little bit over a year and recently had a good result in his Ironman swim. I thought it would really good to get him into the podcast to talk about what he has done to improve his swimming. 01:09 Swimming Background 02:40 Swimming In The Dark 04:18 Reluctant To Record A Video 06:02 Ripping The Band-Aid Off 08:03…
 
Andrew Garside completed his first Iron distance event at the Dalesman in 2021 at the age of 56. Despite not having started triathlon until his early 40s, and despite not considering himself sporty as a child, Andrew has discovered he loves pushing himself ! We catch up with him to hear his story so far, and how, as he puts it - “ you’re never too …
 
208: Jess Stenson feat. catch up with Ben St. Lawrence. Julian’s building momentum, splitting time on the treadmill and the trails. Brad comes off vaccination and wrestles with his watch for his workout of the week. Brady overcomes a midweek stomach bug to put in some marathon-specific work in. This and the next few episodes are partnered with the …
 
We got out our big bowls and big spoons for big gains (protein cereal babyyyy) before talking about the importance of quantity and timing of protein intake, track workouts, the University of Oregon news and why athletic performance is not a math equation, and authenticity in leadership. We appreciate you all so much! THANK YOU! WOOHOO! WHOOP promo …
 
In the 2 years since we've last partied with the Lauf Cycles team, they've switched from IBD to consumer direct, changed up most of their team, and are trying to find a good U.S. headquarters. They've also been working hard on that full suspension gravel bike that's set to change the landscape, but they don't seem to be in a hurry to launch it. We …
 
This week on the CyclingTips podcast... There's a little bit of transfer news, a little bit of racing, and a whole lot of Nerding about. James poses the question: how many water bottles do you have at home? And how many of those do you actually use? Plus a snippet from last weeks Nerd Alert podcast where the Nerds dreamed of running the cycling ind…
 
800m stars and good friends Raevyn Rogers and Ajee' Wilson are our special guests (separate interviews). Raevyn joins us at the start to talk about her stellar 2021 season which left her with the Olympics bronze medal and #4 fastest time by an American. After the Olympics Raevyn was honored at the Houston Texans game, her high school, and she had 2…
 
2020 forced and taught a lot of people to lean into the side of taking the easy road. Today we get into why it’s more important than ever to do hard things and push your comfort zone. It’s really easy to get obsessed with time goals, but creating challenges and experiences in life is more powerful. We get into why it’s important to be fun, flexible…
 
MBUK's Will Soffe has spent years spannering, coaching and setting up bikes for everyone from regular riders up to racers at World Cup XC and DH level, so he knows a thing or two about getting a bike 'just so'. In this episode, BikeRadar's Tech Eds Tom and Alex chat to Will, to gain some insight into how you can get your bike set up perfectly. See …
 
Emily Heller, one of my favorite people, is back on the show! Two weeks ago Emily ran the Chicago Marathon on a brutal day for so many. It was the culmination of months of training - training that has been documented weekly on her fantastic YouTube channel. In this episode we talk all about her training, the race, expectations, and of course, SHOES…
 
Peter Fracis is the Author of the book 'Running from injury - why runners get injured and how to stop in'. On today's episode, Peter talks about the start of his running journey and the number of mistakes that followed. After decades of injuries, Peter took all of these experiences as lessons and was determined to implement smart strategies to craw…
 
After a long and challenging week, the last stage of Cape Epic looked almost tame in comparison to what racers have already faced. But it was a perfect outro to the race, with a big climb to sort things out and a series of treacherous rocky descents to the final finish line. Stay up to date with the teams: https://trainerroad.cc/3p0oNXW -----------…
 
The central governor theory is based around the premise that the brain will override your physical ability to run and “shut the body down” before you're able to do serious or permanent damage to yourself. Dr. Joe Uhan, founder of Uhan Performance in Eugene (Physical Therapy, Coaching, Running Analysis) and is studying manual therapy fellow-in-train…
 
Oh, it’s a long one today… but worth the listen! As promised, we are going to wrap-up the weird pro racing year that was 2021 with Steve Maxwell and Spencer Martin from the Outer Line. Beginning with Paris-Roubaix, which is normally a spring classic but of course, things being as they are, ended up a fall event and ending with a conversation about …
 
The penultimate stage of Cape Epic looked set to be a long, fast, rolling day on a flowing course. Unfortunately for tired racers, extremely heavy rains overnight had other plans. Stay up to date with the teams: https://trainerroad.cc/3p0oNXW -------------------------------------------- TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad makes cycli…
 
In this episode Lanterne Rouge and Benji Naesen recap Ronde van Drenthe 2021. LRCP Show Partner | https://lecol.cc/ If you enjoy the LRCP please remember to subscribe and give us a rating and review! If you want to support us by leaving a tip, feel free to do so here: https://ko-fi.com/lanternerougecyclingpodcast 🤗 Follow us on social media: LRCP h…
 
We start with weekend race talk and how to race in bad weather. What to wear and how to prepare for a tough race. Then we get into the good stuff. Sustainable off-season work. We talk about building that elusive strength you need to go long. We get into why there is so much power in the seemingly boring/simple workouts. The recipe for success in Ir…
 
In this episode Lanterne Rouge and Benji Naesen react to the route of the Tour de France 2022. LRCP Show Partner | https://lecol.cc/ Le Col Cycling Club | https://lecol.cc/pages/le-col-cycling-club If you enjoy the LRCP please remember to subscribe and give us a rating and review! If you want to support us by leaving a tip, feel free to do so here:…
 
Today begins a mini-series focusing on the different philosophies of endurance training. As people approach their “off season”, it is the perfect time to learn and evolve! We will have a different endurance expert on each week who will explain their theory of training. We start with Richard Diaz, endurance coach and author. Rich spent decades worki…
 
In this episode of Service Course, Lizzy and Tom speak to two holders of prestigious cycling world records. First up is Ashton Lambie, who at the time of recording is the current holder of the individual pursuit world record, and the first person to go under four minutes in that event. Ashton talks about living in an RV, not wanting to ride for a r…
 
Stage 5 featured the most climbing of any day in this year’s Cape Epic. Add in cold weather and occasional rain, and it pushed athletes to the absolute limit. Stay up to date with the teams: https://trainerroad.cc/3p0oNXW -------------------------------------------- TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad makes cyclists faster. Athletes …
 
With Vassos and producer Patrick away on their holidays (not together), Helen continues our celebration of everything volunteering. This week she speaks to visually impaired parkrunner Neil Skene who took on the role of Run Director at Ury Riverside parkrun. He tells us what the challenges were and why he finds parkrun and volunteering so rewarding…
 
Now that your big race is over, what is the best thing to do before you start training for the next big race? We’ve found most runners end up choosing one far end of the spectrum from jumping right back into training to taking “a little break” that turns into weeks of lost fitness. In this podcast episode, Coach Claire shares with you how to uncode…
 
Micah Bishop from Neighbors for Clean Air joins us to talk about diesel pollution, environmental justice, and just transitions. Aaron and Joan are horrified to learn that our home, Multnomah County, has some of the worst diesel pollution in the country. Discussion References: Purple Air WhatIsInOurAir Oregon Just Transition Alliance Sunrise Movemen…
 
For today's show notes I'm going to quote Andrea Pomaranki's Instagram post about her amazing finish at least week's Boston Marathon: "My heart is so full of gratitude …..10th American in the Boston Marathon in my very first pro start at a major marathon at the age of 39, which to be honest is the least of why I couldn’t stop smiling through the st…
 
Step width describes with difference in width when you step from your right foot to your left foot. On today's episode, Brodie ponders the question of an ideal step width. Here is what we discuss: What is a running step width? Why is step width important and does it link to injury? Is there an ideal step width range a runner needs to fall into? If …
 
Stage 4 was shorter, less technical, and less climb-heavy than other recent stages. Coupled with slightly cooler temperatures it offered a bit of a reprieve for racers, but it certainly wasn't without its challenges. Stay up to date with the teams: https://trainerroad.cc/3p0oNXW -------------------------------------------- TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE…
 
Paul and Rob loop Hackney Marshes - windy, but sunny and soft underfoot - and Rob shares the full story of his Yorkshire Marathon 2021. Plus a special gig report after Shake With Laughter for Parkinson's UK at the Comedy Store, Paul embracing some sensible legwear and making friends with Hackney hounds, all the other Running Commentary crew who ran…
 
Brad Stulberg is a well-being expert, author, and a contributing editor to Outside Magazine. His work has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Wired, and many others. Brad also coaches entrepreneurs, executives, pro athletes, and physicians on how to be a top performer, sustainably. He has written 3 pow…
 
So, this is it, retirement. Or, to put it another way, the longest off-season of my life. I've ridden my final race and in a few short weeks I will be officially retired from the professional peloton. When I made the decision that this would be my final season as a rider, I wanted to prepare myself for what comes next. And so, over the course of th…
 
Another session sent in by one of our listeners, what does it do well and what could be improved? Check out the session below and then listen to our thoughts: 10 x 400m @ 100% VO2max with 400m easy jogging recovery (approx. 1:2 work to rest ratio) For more free resources about improving endurance performance, sign up to our email list here: http://…
 
Physical therapist, Jessica Cozine-Lehman, earned her undergraduate degree from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, AZ and her Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) from Regis University in Denver, CO in 2004. She joined the team at Great Moves in 2005, and became a partner in 2009. She has continued her education in many areas, including manual t…
 
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