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There are all types of runners -- from Olympians to recreational runners to those dreading getting on the treadmill. Join former International Runner for Great Britain, Tina Muir as she interviews psychologists, athletes, dietitians, authors, coaches, and runners just like you. Beyond fleeting motivation, each interviewee shares real experiences and struggles, along with practical tips to inspire any runner to be their best. Whether running makes you feel alive or totally kicks your butt eve ...
 
Hello! I am Tina Muir, a new mum, 2:36 marathoner and host of the Running For Real podcast. I share running tips, funny, random running4real moments, updates about my postpartum return to running, and life as a new mother. I pride myself on being real and authentic, and love to share my experiences with others. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tina4real/support
 
Whether you are just starting out, or here to PB, Well Far is the weekly running podcast helping you to go the distance. Each week host Amy Lane - author, runner and fitness expert - breaks down the barriers to running to make it accessible for joggers, plodders, runners and racers. Or for those who are as confused by spikes as they are split times here, you'll find the advice and action points you need to build up your confidence and your endurance. So wherever your starting point and whate ...
 
The Eat for Endurance podcast features Claire Shorenstein, NYC-based Registered Dietitian and running coach, and her nutrition tips for longevity in life and in sport. Through a combination of solo episodes on various nutrition topics, interviews with fellow dietitians, and athlete nutrition profiles, Claire hopes to demonstrate that there are many different pathways towards optimal health and sports performance, and that balanced, healthy eating is so much more than achieving a certain rati ...
 
Life is full of surprises—both good and bad. Every person has a way of dealing with daily ups and downs. One of those ways is running. For many, running is more than just exercise. It’s an escape, a personal oasis of controlled release from the daily grind. Just as no runner is exactly the same, neither are their stories. Join host Amanda Loudin (from popular blog misszippy1.com), as she steps away from the keyboard and picks up a microphone, to share incredible running stories.
 
Wearable Progression is a podcast about all things wearables and running. We talk with technology experts, industry analysts, running coaches, professional runners and other interesting personalities to discuss everything from how wearables can help runners perform better, to what drives runners to run. This podcast is hosted by Kinematix. Kinematix has dedicated several years to developing the best technology to extract meaningful information about body movements during daily activities, ai ...
 
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153: 2020 London Marathon Recap | Tina Muir This episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly brought to you by Rundawear. Visit www.runderwear.net.au Julian continues his comeback trail, joining in the Mooseathon and recruiting prospective elite runners.Brad covers the mat well and shares more tales from the gym.Brady cuts down in some 200s and ge…
 
The modern woman is often faced with more than ever before. She is expected to take care of all the “traditional” motherly demands that come with raising children and maintaining a home, but she is also often expected to have a career, be involved in the community, and overall be perfect. Dr. Libby Weaver is helping to change the feeling of non-sto…
 
155: Ewan Cameron This episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly brought to you by Runderwear. You can enter the competition here https://www.runderwear.net.au/pages/inside-running-competition-2020 Julian’s back doing sessions and revelling in the group dynamic. Brad still keeps his spot on the podcast with fitting in running between his gym wor…
 
Coree Woltering is an openly gay, black man who is unapologetically real and fights for what matters to him. He wears bright, dazzling speedos to compete in, and is one of the best ultra-endurance runners in the country, yet what he wants to raise awareness for the most is something you might not expect; midwest (American) athletes being overlooked…
 
How have the interactions with others influenced your life? This is an impossible question to answer. Even for someone that feels extremely introverted, anti-social, and loves the idea of off-the-grid, your life is shaped by the people that have been in it. This is not a bad thing really, it’s just how our species functions. There are pros and cons…
 
154: Sinead Diver | World Records in Valencia This episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly brought to you by Runderwear. Visit www.runderwear.net.au Brad struts his fashion on the field and then some 4:10’s on Mulligans. Julian hangs with Surf Coast Track Club and learns the workings of the fake shoe market. Brady paces his athletes to 5K PBs …
 
James Lawrence, AKA The Iron Cowboy, does not shy away from a challenge. Running 50 ironmans (140.6 miles) in 50 days in 50 different states (yep, you read that correctly), is not exactly for the faint of heart. I know what you are thinking (I was thinking the same thing), He must be incredibly talented, resilient, strong. But actually, James genui…
 
Today is about getting started. Action. It can be the most difficult, and yet the simplest part of any goal. Physically, it makes sense. If you think of a bowling ball, it has no problem smashing those pins down once you get it rolling. The most impressive event of a bowling ball’s existence is actually not all that difficult. The more impressive p…
 
Imagine covering 671km (416 miles) in just over 5 days by trekking, biking, rafting, climbing, paddle boarding, swimming, rappelling, and crossing oceans by boat. Exhausted already? Me too. But that is what Team New Zeland did to win the World’s Toughest Race: Eco Challenge Fiji. Today, we are kicking off this series with one half of Team New Zelan…
 
Some issues pervade all businesses, industries, and individuals. In 2020 alone we have seen a handful of them. The far-reaching effects of Covid-19 has changed everyday life for every individual around the world. Social injustices have affected millions of people directly or indirectly in the United States and elsewhere. Addressing these issues isn…
 
152: National Records at Doha Diamond League This episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly brought to you by New Balance. Visit www.newbalance.com.au Julian gives his steady progress to recovery while trying to sort everything wrong in his body. Brad shares his tales from the gym after the pouring of tributes throughout the week. Brady keeps th…
 
The shoe geeks are back! Catch up on the latest from Nitta, Tom DC and Moose all things running shoes in their September episode. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook…
 
Running is a challenge. It’s physically painful and mentally exhausting. It seems like such a natural way to move our bodies, but at the same time it can feel so absurd when there’s no need for us to travel in that way anymore. Like most of us, you’ve been in the middle of a training session or race and thought “Why am I doing this?” And when we ar…
 
When it comes to running, there are certain hurdles you need to get over before you even make it out the door. Whether it's knowing what trainers to choose or whether you're anxious about the way you look, worrying whether you're a 'real' runner or not (you are!), or perhaps just having confidence in your legs for the mileage. In today's episode I'…
 
151: Stewy McSweyn’s 3000m National Record This episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly brought to you by New Balance. Visit www.newbalance.com.au Julian’s back running, although still feeling it, rehab process and recaps Tour De France. Brady disseminates his pacing notes and rips 200s after borders restrictions lift. Brad struggles with his …
 
The global pandemic has a lot of us out running. New runners and those re-familiarizing themselves with running are joining the throng of runners. It is fantastic to see. It’s one of the few exercises where no gym is required and social distancing is easy to maintain. Whether you’ve gotten back into running over the past few months or just started …
 
Major depressive disorders have become such an important public health concern that in 2001 the world health organisation determined that depression is one of the leading causes of disability in the world and is a particular burden to us women. But dealing with depression is complex, almost always involving different treatments and prescribing a ru…
 
150: Inside Running Podcast This episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly brought to you by New Balance, who have just released the Fuelcell RC Elite, available now in specialty running stores. Visit www.newbalance.com.au Julian continues his life as a surfer, as well as a cyclist, coach and filmmaker.Brad struggles with back soreness and motiv…
 
When have you felt that you needed permission to do something? The obvious may come to mind first, asking for a day off of work or an extension to pay a bill. These are life events that certainly require some communication if you want to avoid unfavorable consequences. However, there are lots of things we avoid doing in life because we feel we need…
 
Up to the plinth to talk about running and motherhood today is Olympic athlete and Perri Edwards (formerly Shake's Drayton). Earlier this year, Perri announced her retirement from sport after 16 years of competing. After many years of life in the fast lane, this year Perri is taking on the huge new role of new Mum to son Mathew who was born just a …
 
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