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“You don’t have to go that hard every day in training with the high intensity sessions. You’re building the cake, but racing is eating the cake. You have to balance that. If you eat the cake too much, then you’re going to be in trouble…" - Stephen Seiler PhD Video version of this interview. Dr. Stephen Seiler (Twitter) is a well known Exercise Phys…
 
Danny Huibregtse from The Netherlands, improved his marathon times from a 3:59 to a 2:34, using heart rate training. In his last marathon alone he ran a 34 minute PB from 3:08 down to 2:34, that’s incredible!! We discuss his approach to training and racing, how he improved so much and recommendations for other athletes looking to improve. Danny and…
 
Sally McRae is a professional ultra/mountain runner. This summer she won the Toughest Footrace on the Planet, Badwater 135 miler. She is one of the most real, inspiring and positive people I have ever met. Sally is a trainer, coach, and mother of two active kids. She is sponsored by Nike, COROS, Leki, Spring Energy, UltrAspire, Igloo, Sidekick, and…
 
Eliud Kipchoge is the greatest marathoner of all time. He is the marathon world record holder and only person to ever break the 2 hour barrier for the marathon. This episode is not available in podcast format, and can only be found on my YouTube channel in video format https://youtu.be/7E6TNeoOC3Y The reason is that this episode is subtitled for cl…
 
Ben Edusei is a close friend from New Zealand. He is a mobility, Strength & Conditioning and running coach. We have really gotten to know each other very well over the past 18 months, when we talk 1 on 1 about a variety of topics. Ben is also one of our coaches in our Personal Best Training Program, where he has created several follow along workout…
 
Ash Lewis, 37 from Jersey UK, has an incredibly inspiring story to share about overcoming challenges. At age 28 he had a staph infection that resulted in being paralyzed from his waist down. This spinal injury resulted that he was in a wheelchair and had to completely learn how to walk again. Fast forward 9 years and Ash just completed his 2nd mara…
 
Walter Liniger, 69 years young is a strong runner from Switzerland. He ran his first race at age 7, his marathon PR was set at 2:38 in 1988 in Basel. For many years he trained mostly at a high intensity, often out of the door and … full throttle. In his late sixties he wanted to find a different approach to training and racing. He discovered the ap…
 
“If you’re doing stuff which is longer, if you’re doing stuff which is hotter, you need to understand your physiology in order to get things really right for you and invest the time in that investigation, to get the best out of yourself.” - Andy Blow Andy Blow is a leading figure in the world of sports hydration. He is a sports scientist and an exp…
 
Tawnee is a holistic health and endurance sports coach, mother, multi-sport athlete, writer and speaker. She has a master’s degree in exercise science, a bachelor’s in journalism, is a certified sports nutritionist (CISSN-ISSN) and certified strength and conditioning coach (CSCS-NSCA). Tawnee faced her share of health struggles behind the scenes. F…
 
Watch this conversation on YouTube here. Nate Helming (Strava) is a founder of The Run Experience, one of the largest YouTube running channels and online running coaching programs. In this show, we discuss running injuries, mobility, flexibility and strength training. We dive into topics like stretching, foam rolling and running form. Nate has a tr…
 
“During recovering is where the real adaptations of training are happening. That is not during the workout stress that you are putting on your body. That’s why I like this more holistic training approach, not just looking at the running component, but also at your stress levels, sleep, recovery, nutrition, hydration, all of these other elements tha…
 
Watch the full video here: https://youtu.be/DyE2J5pcWcA In this show, we welcome back Dr. Phil Maffetone. Many listeners to the podcast are already familiar with his work. He is a recognized researcher, coach and clinician in the area of food and nutrition, exercise, sports medicine and biofeedback. He is also the author of more than 20 books, incl…
 
“If you think something’s impossible, just know that you could well be wrong and so it’s best just to assume that you can just keep getting better." - Matt Fitzgerald. Matt Fitzgerald is an author, coach, nutritionist and athlete. Fascinated by elite performance and mindset, Matt draws parallels between elite and recreational running, in everything…
 
Watch this full interview on YouTube here https://youtu.be/BN6npli_6Kg In our recent conversation, Julianne Dickerson (Strava), Bill Callahan (Strava) and Andy Hooks (Strava), who are no strangers to a challenge, discuss how 2020 has been for them; how the pandemic has impacted their race plans, what adaptations have been made as a result of cancel…
 
Full video is available here: https://youtu.be/v9JNb3RavLM Albert Shank (https://www.strava.com/athletes/26803675) has 25+ years of running experience. He has learned many things over the years about ways to become a stronger, healthier and happier athlete. Recently he celebrated his 52nd birthday by running 52km in the Grand Canyon, pure joy. In t…
 
Kathryn and Jennifer Geyer have experienced their fair share of challenges and frustrations with MAF low heart rate training. On their first MAF test, they had to slow down to a 13:21 min / mile (8:04 min / km) at a heart rate of 142. This was much slower than their previous running paces. It is very common for athletes to question if this training…
 
“I was holding on to a light pole, because with every movement I would cramp. Literally my ear was cramping.” - Duc Trần This full video interview with running clips is on YouTube at https://youtu.be/f8hbzN6v_8I Duc Trần (Strava) doesn’t seem to do things by halves. From entering his first triathlon and first marathon within an Ironman competition,…
 
Mike Ko, aka Kofuzi (IG | YouTube) is in his own words “a non-elite road runner who vlogs about marathons, half marathons and being a non-elite”. He is a father of two young kids, based in Chicago. Kofuzi shares his journey with MAF low heart rate training, the world of vlogging, some of his favorite training and racing tools, as well as family lif…
 
"People train too hard on their easy days and not hard enough on their hard days." Taren Gesell aka Triathlon Taren (IG | YouTube) started out playing baseball, skateboarding and Curling competitively. After finding Triathlon at University he went on to become an All-World Ironman triathlete, IRONMAN U Certified Coach and ISSA Certified Specialist …
 
"There is so much fear, and perhaps rightfully so, about COVID-19. And, what if... If we subscribe to the philosophy that life is always working out for us, that there is an intelligence far greater than humans at work... That all is interconnected. What if... this corona virus is here to help us? To reset. To remember. What is truly important. Rec…
 
Lately I have been fascinated by the breath and various breathing techniques while running and sleeping. I have been experimenting a lot, inspired by Patrick McKeown, a breathing expert from Ireland. Having suffered with chronic asthma and nasal breathing difficulties for over 20 years, Patrick McKeown studied the Buteyko Breathing Method at the Bu…
 
Today 2:49 marathoner Julianne Dickerson shares many valuable takeaways for athletes of all levels. Last year she set a BIG GOAL to run her first Sub 3 Hour Marathon. Most athletes running Sub 3, will make it "just" under 3 hours in 2:59, or maybe a few minutes faster. At the recent CIM marathon, she skipped the entire 2:50’s and finished in an imp…
 
In the past few years I have heard a lot more athletes talk about MAF Training, both in positive and negative ways. There are several misconceptions about MAF Training that I'm addressing in detail in today's podcast. Today a different episode, no guest, just me Floris Gierman. I would love to hear from you, what are your thoughts on MAF Training? …
 
The video of this full interview is available here: https://youtu.be/rW6mr8A_dpA Amelia Vrabel is a Senior Certified Instructor at ChiRunning / ChiWalking. She has trained and worked with Danny Dreyer, Founder of ChiRunning/ChiWalking. Amelia is also an active member of the Marathon PR Program and the Extramilest Community. It has been very excitin…
 
This podcast is also available as full video here on YouTube. Jeroen-Pieter van der Vliet (Strava) has gone through a fascinating transformation from working and eating at McDonald's while being overweight (110kg / 242 lbs) to running 4 Sub 3 hour marathons. His last marathon was a 2:51 in Berlin. This journey took many years and his first runs wer…
 
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