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It's difficult to balance a full-time job with endurance training and achieving peak performance. Each week, we interview top cycling and running coaches, fitness experts, and exercise scientists to uncover the best training tips and strategies you can apply to your own training program and workouts. Whether you're an experienced athlete or beginner cyclist or runner, listen in to learn the best methods for becoming a stronger, fitter athlete in less time.
 
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iRunFar

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iRunFar

Bryon Powell, Meghan Hicks, others

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iRunFar brings you the most in-depth race coverage of trail races and ultramarathons around the world. If you enjoy our race coverage, please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/iRunFar .
 
Our weekly podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East, Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
 
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Road Dog Podcast

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Road Dog Podcast

Luis Escobar and Kevin Lyons

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Adventure outside with Luis Escobar, trail running legend, race director, running mentor and photographer, as he converses with athletes and public figures about all things extreme sports. We’ll cover everything from sell-out trail races to the most unknown ultra-running adventures around the globe, swing over into the world of rock climbing, and dive into mountain biking, triathlons and more.
 
InnerFight Endurance coaches Tom Walker & Rob Jones discuss topics to educate and inspire runners. From couch-to-5k'rs, triathletes, up to multi-stage ultra runners this podcast will interest you. Each topic show is followed by a Q&A show, making the podcast interactive and relevant to you, the listener. Find out more about InnerFight Endurance at www.innerfight.com/endurance
 
Becoming Ultra is following the journey's of two runners who are being coached by two of the best ultra runners in the world to finish a 50k in Aspen Colorado. The catch is that neither runner has ever run more than a half marathon. Along the way will be coaching tips, race directors perspective, and the stories of elite and everyday runners on their first Ultra run!
 
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Inspired Soles

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Inspired Soles

Carolyn Coffin and Kim Senechal

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Inspired Soles co-hosts Carolyn Coffin and Kim Senechal bring the communities of trail and road running together as they explore the parallels between running and life. Guests share the wisdom and experience they have gained through running and how it has inspired them to live deeper and more meaningful lives.
 
Award-winning author Adharanand Finn talks to runners of every kind about the joy and experience of running. Adharanand is the author of three award-winning books, Running with the Kenyans (2012), The Way of the Runner (2014), and the Rise of the Ultra Runners (2019). Follow The Way of the Runner podcast on Instagram @thewayoftherunner The Way of the Runner podcast is sponsored by all-natural running nutrition Veloforte. Visit veloforte.com to check out their award-winning products. The podc ...
 
Coach O brings 14 years of experience to provide you education and inspiration on all things about running. Each week coach Kevin O’Grattan, of Team O Coaching, will bring you information you can use on training, racing, and staying on target to improve and reach your running goals. With an extensive background in coaching and racing we will cover everything from the track to the trails with distances from 1km to 100 miles.
 
Kristian Manietta and Charlotte Paul cover all things training for endurance. More than just about racing. We show you that THE EVENT IS LIFE and that by having a long term development focus on health and being strong and fit allows you to seize opportunities that come on by. Fall in love with the process of getting the most from life and happiness is a pretty good by-product.
 
A lighthearted conversation by runners about their lives as runners and the issues that are interesting or important to them and guests of the show. TJM is meant to be a companion to you as you run. Think of us as your running partners on days when you just need some friends to get you out on an easy run. The show is composed of 10 segments, one for each mile, and every 10 minutes or so we move on to the next topic, to keep things interesting. Among the hosts' experience are ten 100-mile fin ...
 
All trail talk, all the time! From 1 mile to 100 plus mile runs! We talk about it all. Ladies host this show. Our goal is to introduce people, help us all connect with one another, and inspire each other to run and have fun! Host- Michele Hartwig- Race Director at Kettle Moraine 100, Hennepin 100 and many Midwest Trail races Co-host- Krystal the Pistol
 
Ginger Runner LIVE is a weekly talk show where The Ginger Runner (Ethan Newberry) talks about all things racing, training & beer. Also, a little about running, ultrarunning, marathons, triathlons & puppies. You'll meet some of the best endurance athletes on the planet, get a chance to interact with them and maybe learn a thing or two in the process! The goal is to inspire you to get out there and train hard, race harder and party hardest!
 
Be inspired by stories of endurance, speed and adventure from inspiring every day female runners and triathletes from around the world. And learn from some of the top female experts. Presented by Rachael Woolston, owner of the digital content platform, Girls Run the World and journalist for Runner's World, Women's Running UK and more.
 
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By Davy CrockettIn 1875, Edward Payson Weston was the most famous ultrarunner (pedestrian) in the world. Like a heavyweight boxing champion dodging his competition to keep his crown, he avoided repeated challenges to race against the up-and-comer, Daniel O’Leary of Chicago, Illinois. The two were the most famous American athletes in 1875.During Aug…
 
Taggart VanEtten is an endurance athlete based in Central Illinois. In addition to having one of the best names in our sport, Taggart made a big splash on the ultra scene in 2021. We talk about those race experiences, but also dig into how his background has influenced the type of training he does, what attracted him to our sport, why he's leaving …
 
Meredith Cass is the CEO of Nix Biosensors You can preorder the biosensors here. KoopCast #36 with Andy Blow Buy Koop’s new book on Amazon or Audible Information on coaching- www.trainright.com Koop’s Social Media Twitter/Instagram- @jasonkoopBy Jason Koop/Meridith Cass
 
Topics covered in this episode: What new sections have been added to the second edition of the book What content has been revised and updated from the first edition An inside look at the book creation and scientific review process The evolution of ultrarunning training over the years A sample interview from the audio version of the book with biomec…
 
What an action-packed episode we got coming at you this week, our last of 2021. We touch on Ryan Hall's huge gainz, Fred has a poignant and amazing story of a runner getting lost for 36 hours in Florida. Art does an awesome job mentioning that he has in fact done a 419 mile bike ride almost entirely across NY state, and the long way not the "easy" …
 
Hillary Allen is a pro trail runner from Boulder, CO. In this conversation, we talk about Hillary's move away from longtime sponsor, The North Face, to join Brooks -- the footwear and apparel brand based in Seattle, WA. We talk about the considerations that went into the decision, how Brooks is approaching the trail category, and how the brand alig…
 
Hillary Allen is a professional trail runner for Brooks, a co-host of the Trail Society podcast, and author of a new book titled "Out And Back: A Runner's Story Of Survival Against All Odds". In addition to announcing her sponsorship change from the North Face to Brooks, we also dig into the details of her new book and specifically examine issues l…
 
Todays show: You learn many lessons from endurance sport, but how can we apply them to everyday life? Rob Jones has figured it out. Listen in today to find out. Please rate and review the show, and share with a friend. https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-run-strong-podcast/id1483567507 To get in touch please email Endurance@innerfight.com #Th…
 
Ricky Haro was born and raised in Montana. He hated running as a kid, it wasn’t until his Sophomore year that the cross-country coach worked with him to complete his first mile and tried to convince him to be part of the track team. Ricky moved to Arizona in 1994 and joined the cross-country team. Coach Mark Hudson, who is still a great friend and …
 
This week Zach Friedley joins Clint and Jack to chat about wrestling, Born to Adapt, DEI, his blade, the Mendocino Movement Project, trying to make the US Paralympics team, llamas, being a professional adaptive athlete and football predictions. You can find Zach on Instagram @zachary_movement . You can find the Mendocino Movement Project at https:/…
 
Janelle Vincent joins us to talk to us about nutritional considerations for runners and athletes. She is a Registered Dietitian working as a Sport Dietitian with the University of Manitoba Bisons, Canadian Sports Centre Manitoba, Pro Prep Academy and many other provincial teams and athletes. She has completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Scienc…
 
This is the first podcast Luis Grijalva has ever done and he’s got a great story to tell. Luis is a 22-year-old Olympian for Guatemala and finished 12th in the 5000m final in Tokyo, running a personal best of 13:10.09. He now runs professionally for HOKA and recently graduated from Northern Arizona University, where he was a multiple time All-Ameri…
 
“Whatever they have for the day or for the week, if they have more than they need, they give that away.” Luis Martinez is a distance runner, and computer systems engineer who holds a wealth of knowledge around the Tarahumara Indians. Luis discusses some of the Tarahumara history, culture, running, and modern influences. Hear how he raised money for…
 
It's a family affair as the entire Livingston clan joins us to recount Deb's amazing almost wire-to-wire win at the 2022 HURT 100, one of the classic and iconic 100 milers in the world. Husband Scott, an awesome athlete in his own right, as well as their children Shepard and Dahlia talk about how they were able to crew and pace mom to the win. And …
 
In today’s special bonus episode, Will Carr discusses Russ Rizzo’s newfound passion for burro racing, which involves running alongside a donkey for many miles in the Colorado mountains. On Tuesday we will be dropping an interview with Burro racing legends Bob Sweeney and George Zack, so if you need a crash course for the sport, this episode is for …
 
Lene is still dealing with the after effects of having COVID and Caitlin is in a similar boat. Both are itching to get back out and train well but as with everything else in life, they have been dealt a couple curveballs. Ellie does her best to comfort them knowing it could all turn around any day now! Venga Garmin Fenix Giveaway…
 
After the seven survivors of the Forlorn Hope Party broke through to Johnson Ranch on January 18th, 1847 after a harrowing 33-day trek where 8 members perished, relief parties were mustered to try and retrieve the remaining survivors of the Donner Party. The first of four relief parties departed Johnson Ranch on February 4th, 1847, with mules and p…
 
I had an awesome conversation with husband, father, engineer, and all-around good dude, Steven Carr. Steven started running to regain his health when a busy life caused him to neglect it. Since then, he’s run Boston, and quite a few 100 mile and above races including the Badwater 135 (placing 5th male and 7th overall) and the Spartathlon 246K in Gr…
 
Join Scotty and Andrea Kooiman for a long run in which they discuss her life in running, her word for We Rock, life challenges, all the races she's done (and she's done a lot) and her upcoming attempt at Hardrock 100. And way more. This is a really good one. Buckle up!! Learn about and donate to WeRock Here: https://werunockids.org This episode bro…
 
Topics Covered In This Episode: The psychology of masters athletes Psychological flexibility vs. mental toughness Paper push exercise Developing self-awareness Guest Bio: Neal Palles is a CTS ultrarunning coach who holds dual master's degrees in Social Work and Applied Sports Psychology, and is a Licensed Psychotherapist and Sports Performance Spec…
 
Western States 2022 Golden Ticket Winner Ellie Pell joins us once again for a spirited blow-by-blow recap of her second place finish at the Bandera 100k last week and we are beyond psyched for her. Hear how she came from 15 minutes back to secure herself not only a podium spot but a coveted spot in this year's WS100. Hear how she goes into scary si…
 
Camille Herron is an ultrarunner living in Arizona. Camille has been one of the best athletes of our generation, winning the legendary Comrades Marathon and setting multiple world records. This fall, Camille won and set the course record at the Javelina 100 and broke her own record for the track 100 miler at Desert Solstice, solidifying a 2nd place…
 
Todays show: No doubt you have heard of plyometric training. But how can we utilise it as runners? Rob Foster comes on the show once again to discuss plyometric training for beginners, intermediate and advanced runners. Please rate and review the show, and share with a friend. https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-run-strong-podcast/id148356750…
 
Come check out our 79th episode of Ridge RUNers Live with Andrew Waugh & Mo Weincouff! These two Ridge RUNer Nation members started off their year running the Night Owl Marathon/Half Marathon both having incredible performances. In addition, we are excited to hear about how they found trail running and what they have planned for this year. These tw…
 
Corrine Malcolm is a Professional Trail Runner Adidas Terrex, a Co-Host of the Trail Society podcast, a coach at Carmichael Training Systems and in general, one of the more involved people in our sport. We talk about the good and the bad of growth in our sport, especially relating to brand-building, race organizing, drug testing, and the overall pr…
 
Liza Howard is a longtime ultrarunner and running coach. Since her first ultra in 2008, she has won numerous 100-mile races including the Leadville 100 twice and multiple USATF Championships in the 50 mile and 100k distances. She completed the Marathon des Sables, a multi-day stage race in the Sahara Desert, twice, and ran for the United States at …
 
This week Jen Laughlin joins Clint and Jack to chat about social media management, Squirrel's Nut Butter, ATY Last Person Standing, Mogollon Monster 100, playing collegiate soccer, having a twin and the beer mile. You can find Jen on Instagram @jenlaughlin_18 and on the social media accounts of Aravaipa and Squirrel’s Nut Butter. Help support our s…
 
Today we are talking with brothers Warren & Jeff Dudar, the founders of Prairie Sky Running Company and race directors of the Beaver Flat 50, a trail race near Swift Current in southern Saskatchewan, Canada. Despite their choice of name, Beaver Flat 50 is anything but flat. It boasts 8000’ of elevation gain over a persistently undulating 50K course…
 
Bolota Asmerom is an Eritrean-American who has called the United States home since the age of 10. The 43-year-old represented his home country of Eritrea in the 5000m at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. In 2004, he finished third in the 5000m at the U.S. Olympic Trials but couldn’t go to the Games because he didn’t have the Olympic A standard, and in 2…
 
In this episode we talk with Adam Merry. Adam is a professional Trail Runner for Saucony based in Golden, CO. We reflect on his performance at the recent Bandera 100K, increasing representation in our sport, all the usual questions I have about the state of our sport because Adam is so tuned in, and more. Adam is a great dude and one of the most mi…
 
“You find confidence and you find trust and you have to have faith in yourself. Without having faith in yourself, you’re never going to go off and do things.” Jonathan Throne is a badass ultra trail runner and software engineer who lives up in northern California. Jonathan details being a former US Army Reserve member, how he lives with a genetic d…
 
Joe Morrisroe, the “Ricky Gates” of New York joins Phred and AFB to share the details of what it is like to run every street in New York. There is no better way to learn about a community than to travel it by foot. Joe takes us on a deep dive of New York City running and the challenges of efficiently completing a grid, and proves that you do not ha…
 
You may remember my friend and LSU professor, Gwen Zywicke from Episode 92. I invited her back to discuss the release of her book, “Ultrarunning Mysticism: Mind, Body, Spirit and the Sacredness of Overcoming Suffering.” We have a great time diving into the process and discussing more of her discoveries in writing the book. You’ll love Gwen’s energy…
 
Welcome back to another episode of the Golden Ticket Talks in which we meet with the overall winner of the Bandera 100K, Jonathan Rea. Jonathan is currently unsponsored athlete - maybe that will change soon - based in Boulder, Colorado. In addition to race preparation, analysis, and aftermath, Jonathan and I talk about some of the parallels between…
 
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