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In The Flow explores performance and plant-based nutrition for endurance athletes and beyond to help athletes fuel the flow of meaningful movement. Hosted by sports nutritionist, coach, and plant-powered mountain athlete, Jackson Long, MS SENr.
 
Hosted by David Clark, a former 320lb alcoholic, drug addict, food junkie turned accomplished endurance athlete, bestselling author, plant based fighter and happiness warrior. Hosted by David Clark, a former 320lb alcoholic, drug addict, food junkie turned accomplished endurance athlete, bestselling author, plant based fighter and happiness warrior. Join world class athletes, actors, musicians, entrepreneurs and everyday heroes for a look into the far side of the universe where anything is p ...
 
SOCOM Athlete is America’s #1 resource for Special Operations Preparation. Host of the “Send Me” Podcast, Jason Sweet is a former Special Operator (USAF PJ), holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry, and played Football for the University of Arizona & Baseball for Grand Canyon University. He and his father Maurice made American history, serving as Special Operators on the same team at the same time. Since founding SOCOM Athlete in 2017, Jason has trained over 1,000 students nation-wide alon ...
 
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In this Power Play part two, ultra endurance coach Jason Koop and I discuss getting over your fear of returning to racing in 2021. Jason is the host of the very entertaining and informative KoopCast podcast that I would highly recommend if you are an endurance athlete. Enjoy! Bill Stahl silly_billy@msn.com Facebook Bill Stahl Instagram @stahlor Jas…
 
Well I have certainly met my superior for positivity. And energy. And inspiration. And amazingness. You name it. Today you are going to meet Stan Cottrell, who is running across the country from L.A. to Washington DC. He already set the record for the fastest transcontinental run 41 years ago in 1980 in 48 days. Now he’s doing it for the third time…
 
In this Power Play, I continue the discussion about transition phase workouts, describing fartlek and tempo runs you can do to bridge your training from base building to speedwork and lessen the chance you will incur injuries in the process. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions. Workouts - start all with 10-15 min. warm-up jog …
 
After a long break from the podcast, I return to share my experience from Unbound Gravel 200 and then provide some wisdom on bridging the gap between science and practice for eating for ultra-endurance performance. I cover the general principles of ultra-endurance nutrition for training and racing through some recent research reviews, which are sha…
 
Lisa Roberts is a former professional triathlete entering the sport of trail and ultrarunning. https://www.globaldro.com/Home Western States Endurance Run Anti-doping policy- https://www.wser.org/drug-testing-policy-and-protocols/ Information on coaching- www.trainright.com Koop’s Social Media Twitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop…
 
In this Power Play part one, ultra endurance coach Jason Koop and I discuss the state of ultramarathoning, its future direction, and returning to races, building on my recent episode with Simone Brick. Jason is the host of the very entertaining and informative KoopCast podcast that I would highly recommend if you are an endurance athlete. Enjoy! Bi…
 
We are bringing back an old friend of the WASP all the way from Melbourne, Australia, Simone Brick. Simone and I were on with David last year in his next-to-last episode, right after lockdowns had begun and we discussed the psyche Down Under and in the world as pandemic-related events began to unravel. I listened again to that episode, and it was a…
 
Dr. Fedoruk is the Chief Science Officer for USADA. In this episode, we discuss the landscape of anti-doping solutions and what USADA does to combat doping within the sports they have jurisdiction over. https://www.globaldro.com/Home USADA Athlete resources- https://www.usada.org/resources/ USADA Reasoned Decision- https://www.usada.org/athletes/re…
 
"The Strong Shall Stand, The Weak Will Fall By The Wayside!" The motto of USAF TACP (Tactical Air Control Party). Join SOCOM Athlete LIVE for an interview and Q&A for this exclusive episode with TACP operators & Special Warfare Recruiters of the 124 ASOS; Boise, Idaho. SrA Koop recently finished the TACP pipeline, became JTAC qualified, and deploye…
 
Today I’m having a discussion about training principles, team dynamics, and career progression with Coach Adam St.Pierre. Adam is a very accomplished ultramarathon runner and coach, including for Carmichael Training Systems and his own ASTP Coaching. He’s made a significant mark in the world of skiing. He was until recently the driving force behind…
 
Dr. Emily Kraus specializes in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) sports medicine and takes a unique approach to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of sports injuries in athletes of all ages. She is currently a clinical assistant professor at Stanford Children’s Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center. She is involved in multiple Stanf…
 
In this Power Play episode, I discuss how to use hill training to make the transition to speedwork, as well as how to train on hills to make you a stronger hill runner in trail races and ultramarathon distances. In coming weeks I’ll be making an announcement about the Unfuck your Fridge Challenge to help you adopt a better eating lifestyle and impr…
 
Join SOCOM Athlete for another powerful, educational episode from our podcast "Send Me!" This episode's guest, Mike Hazle, is a former USA Olympian & USAF CCT (Combat Controller) of the 125th STS. Mike has served as a SOCOM Athlete mentor & Hell Day instructor for nearly 3 years, bringing a plethora of human performance expertise & wisdom to SOCOM …
 
Guillaume Millet is a researcher and athlete. He has contributed immensely to our understanding of ultramarathon performance. Gui’s Twitter account : @kinesiologui Gui’s website: www.kinesiologui.com Gui’s lab: Inter-university Laboratory of Human Movement Biology www.libm.fr/en and www.actifs.org The names of the people who have worked with Gui on…
 
Kim Welk came to me several months ago because she’d heard I had edited David Clark’s last two books to see if I would proofread the manuscript for the book she is writing called Why (Not) Me about Brad Kelley. While reading this very easy-flowing draft, it immediately hit me that Brad’s story would be well worth telling as a WASP episode. Brad was…
 
In this Power Play episode, I talk about some recent examples of resilience and how it can be part of having a positive outlook on life. In coming weeks I’ll be making an announcement about the Unfuck your Fridge Challenge to help you adopt a better eating lifestyle and improve your health. Also, please contact me if like many people during this pa…
 
Dr. Glen Davison is Reader and Director of Research in the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at the University of Kent, where he also co-ordinates the Endurance Research Group. He attained his first degree in Sport and Exercise Sciences (Sheffield Hallam) in 2001, MSc in Exercise Physiology (Sheffield Hallam) in 2002, and Ph.D. in Nutrition and…
 
With almost no races happening, running FKTs, or Fastest Known Times, has become a really big deal during the pandemic. Today’s visitor to the Hive, Tyler Andrews, is a Hoka-sponsored athlete, a 2:15 marathoner, and 50-mile national champion, who I first met in 2017 in Peru when he led a group of us on a magical journey running on the Inca Trail up…
 
In this Power Play episode, I talk about the Power of Positivity and why it always pays to have a good attitude! In coming weeks I’ll be making an announcement about the Unfuck your Fridge Challenge to help you adopt a better eating lifestyle and improve your health. Also, please contact me if like many people during this pandemic, you have written…
 
Dr. Andy Pasternak is a family physician with a background in epidemiology and infectious disease and is also the newest medical director of the Western States Endurance Run. In today's episode, we go over the latest CDC findings regarding outdoor and surface transmission of Covid-19, the latest on vaccine efficacy and potential harm, the future of…
 
Today we are going to go as high as we can. Literally. Dr. Jon Kedrowski and I recorded this episode a few weeks ago when he was in a hotel room in Kathmandu, Nepal, but I’ve released this episode following his trek to Everest base camp and as he is preparing to climb Mt. Everest. We also talked about Dr. Jon and fellow adventurer Colin O'Brady’s J…
 
John Fitzgerald is a Pro Coach at CTS. During this conversation, we go over what athletes should be doing right now as racing returns, if FKTs are here to stay and how to pull yourself out of a rut if you are in one. Information on coaching- www.trainright.com John on Instagram- @ackfitz Koop’s Social Media Twitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop…
 
Heat stress challenges are the difference for ultramarathon events vs marathon events. But how different are they exactly? That’s the question Nicholas Bouscaren and Sebastien Racinas tried to answer in their recent paper Heat Stress Challenges in Marathon vs. Ultra-Marathon Endurance Running. You can find their recent paper here- https://pubmed.nc…
 
This week I sit down with Australian professional cyclist, Brodie Chapman. Brodie races for the FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine pro team at many of the calendar's biggest races. She's also been a proud and passionate vegan for the entirety of her professional career. We talk about veganism in sport, how she fuels her training and racing adventures, the dark…
 
You’ve heard the old bromide that on any given day, you might get hit by a bus. Well this guest has. Leon Gray, who was 65 years old at the time, not only survived getting hit by a bus that put him in a coma for two months and broke just about everything on one side of his body, but he advertises it on a shirt he wears! He had a lot of great suppor…
 
Is technology killing your athletic potential? I sat down with coaches Dr. Nicole Adams and Alison Powers to discuss how over-reliance on technology and data maybe negatively impacting how athletes train. Is Technology killing your athletic potential blog post Alison on InstagramBy Alison Powers and Dr. Nicole Adams
 
Simon Marshall is an internationally renowned expert in the psychology of health, exercise, and performance. He works with elite and recreational athletes to improve cognition and emotion management, increase pain tolerance, manage stress and anxiety under pressure, increase and sustain motivation, and optimize attentional skills. Simon is also the…
 
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