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Best Ultrarunning. Training podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Ultrarunning. Training podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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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!
 
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!
 
Welcome to No Finish Line Podcast. In Conversation with those that go the extra mile. Featuring athlete interviews and discussion on running, training, travelling and adventure. My objective is to interview athletes from a wide range of sports and to talk about how they do what they do. We will discuss the mindset and find the point at which all disciplines intersect. Twitter @johnoregan777 Instagram @johnoregan777 #running #ultrarunning #marathon
 
Every runner has a story, whether it’s about overcoming obstacles, breaking through challenges and barriers, humorous events, and sometimes embarrassing circumstances. Stories From the Run is a storytelling community and podcast focused on conversations with runners of all calibers about their adventures on the road or trails. www.storiesfromtherun.com
 
This podcast is dedicated to helping you achieve the highest levels of success, fulfillment and character. Regardless of where you’ve come from, to become the best version of yourself you must persevere, face challenges and conquer your fears. Victory is better than comfort or compromise. The host, Stephan Kesting, is a lifelong martial artist, BJJ black belt, and career firefighter. On the podcast he talks to fighters, competitors, coaches, firefighters, trainers and other people living the ...
 
Coach Al Lyman is an expert endurance sports and strength coach who is passionate about helping others reach their goals and dreams, and loves to share everything he’s learned in his over 35 years as a competitive runner and triathlete. Dr. Kurt Strecker is a passionate “Renaissance” sports physician with experience in all aspects of prehababilitative and rehabilitative training, working daily with athletes of every age and ability level. Together, they are the experts behind Pursuit Athleti ...
 
Our mission is to help you be better daily through mind, body, and soul by learning together how to live our truest selves. So join me, Jarod Contreras a 19-year-old storyteller, as we work to be better. From mountain tops to canyon floors these are conversations on adventure, on health, on life, and on change. Change that is positive, lasting, and true. To make change listen in as everything from endurance and adventure sports to vegan living, yoga, and meditation are covered in these episo ...
 
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Dylan chats with Sabato Sagaria about how the Coronavirus is impacting the restaurant industry. Sabato is a highly admired hospitality professional who has spent his whole career managing restaurants and growing hospitality brands around the USA, most recently at the Union Square Hospitality Group and Bartaco. Sabato recently launched a YouTube pro…
 
In this episode I talk with BJJ brown belt and Joe Rogan approved professional comedian about how jiu-jitsu saved his life, ways to stay positive during the coronavirus lockdown, tribalism and much more. Follow Jamie on Instagram @thejamiekilstein, on the JamieKilstein podcast, on Rear Naked Radio and on his Youtube channel. Use the coupon code 'Un…
 
In today's episode we have Rita, a 49-year-old from Canada. After a lifetime of struggling with weight, she decided to make a change. This led to her first run, her first 5k and she's not done. Stories From the Start is a new segment on the SFTR Podcast featuring Brittany Lee, who runs the Stories from the Start blog. What you'll hear is Brittany n…
 
The COVID-19 Pandemic is still having an effect on our day to day routine and nothing is as it was. There is also an uncertainty of how long this will continue for and we are told that the best thing we can do is to do nothing and hopefully this will soon come to pass and we can try get back to some normality. Gyms have closed along with all sporti…
 
The post Episode 23: Locked down in Catalunya with Gerard (Blacky) Morales & Manu Vilaseca, Moving Group Training Online, Indoor Training, Yoga, Staying Motivated Amidst Uncertainty, etc. appeared first on The Art and Science of Running Podcast.By Malc Kent and Jacob Puzey
 
Coach Jason Koop brings Dylan Bowman, Courtney Dauwalter and Kaci Lickteig on the podcast to discuss how their training and racing plans have changed with the COVID-19 pandemic. He also plugs the crap out of some small businesses. Go buy their stuff! Harmony's CBD company https://www.thisisbluewillow.com/pages/about-blue-willow Colorado Springs can…
 
A month ago we chatted with Ryan and Emily Wanless as Ryan was days away from entering the Alaskan Wilderness to take on the EPIC 350 mile Iditarod Trail Invitational.Since that time, Ryan has slept near wolves, trudged through ridiculously deep snow, heard tales of Moose attacks, pulled a sled up through a mountain range, marched down a frozen riv…
 
Dylan talks to Kaytlyn Gerbin after her breakthrough victory at Transgrancanaria 128k -- one of the premier ultra races in the world. We get a bit of background on Kaytlyn's introduction to the sport, before diving into the details of her recent victory. At the end of the conversation Kaytlyn talks about the human elements of being an elite runner …
 
While some take the path of least resistance, the easiest one before them, Jake Allison chose the path of passion, committing most of his time to the blood, sweat and tears necessary to pursue his dream.Jake and I went to high school together in Muscatine, Iowa. In high school he decided to pursue his dream to become a dancer. Leaving behind what w…
 
Dylan sits down with Dr. Bruce Bernard, a 30 year veteran of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). They talk all things Coronavirus including a general description of the disease, how and why it's become such a problem, what we can do about it, and much more. The show ends with the second edition of Deb's Poetry Corner in which Dylan…
 
This was recorded in February so the timeline of training and races might sound off due to the current state of the world. Also, do NOT listen to any advice during this episode - you’ll hear why soon enough. We cover everything from Fleetwood Mac, Bob Ross, Dragon Ball Z. Our next guest has broken his leg and needed a titanium plate put in after br…
 
Time to pause and reflect. Almost every major sporting event for the next few months has been cancelled or postponed because of the COVID19 pandemic, so it came as no surprise to hear the Anglo Celtic Plate wouldn't go ahead as scheduled.In this episode Jan talks about the coping strategies she is using to help stay focused and how she is using thi…
 
In this episode of the Art and Science or Running Podcast, hosts Jacob Puzey and Malc Kent discuss how much has changed in the past month. Races have been cancelled or postponed. Borders between nations, states, and provinces have been closed. People are working remotely or working from home. Schools are cancelled. Kids are home with parents. Trave…
 
Dr Leif H. Smith is the author of 'Sports Psychology for Dummies' and in this episode of The Strenuous Life Podcast he shares his very best tips for developing mental toughness, managing fear, not choking at critical moments, and how to perform optimally in training, competition and life. I think you'll really like this one! Check out 'Sports Psych…
 
Coach Jason Koop takes some of the most asked questions from listeners as well as unabashedly and shamelessly promotes some small businesses. Go support these small businesses! MH Bread and Butter https://www.mhbreadandbutter.com/ Colorado Running Company http://corunco.com/ Austin Trail Running Company https://austintrailrunning.com/ Mad Moose Eve…
 
A few weeks ago Brittany Charboneau competed in the Olympic Marathon Trials. Just being a part of this race is a BIG TIME goal that athletes work years and years to achieve. Brittany not only participated, but she placed 13th in a stacked field AND beat her personal best marathon time by three minutes!!In this episode we chat all about Brittany's j…
 
Did you know a Half Marathon was 13.1 miles? Our next guest has a great story about signing up for one without knowing that. It’s kinda like one of those 5k marathons non-runners talk about. Also, due to having to deal with diabetes, he makes his own energy fuel, and shares why community is important. Follow Guillermo's adventures on Instagram. We …
 
In episode 37 I talk about running the Mississippi River Marathon. My daughter Tia did the Half. I also talk about going to Atlanta with my wife to watch the Olympic marathon trials. Good stuff! Lots of pics in the show notes. RSS Feed Cincinnati Cyclones Frozen 10K Cincinnati Cyclones Frozen 10K Cincinnati Cyclones Frozen 10K Cincinnati Cyclones F…
 
In this episode we talk a little bit more about the training and specifically Jan's training plan and how it was pieced together. Jan highlights the value of a training diary when trying to figure out what works best and importance of having a good athlete / coach relationship based on trust and communication. We also include some tips for training…
 
Imagine taking your dream vacation to your bucket list destination (Machu Picchu) to celebrate your birthday – just a year after overcoming cancer – and then getting locked down in a hotel in that remote that dream destination due to the coronavirus. That’s what accomplished ultramarathoner, entrepreneur, wife, and mother, Patsy Ramirez-Arroyo, is …
 
A conversation about the absurdity of a massive endeavor, the fear of the unknown, the wonderfulness of a community, the power of stories, the compounding effects of small acts of kindness, the adaptability of humanity, and the inevitability of a bad time....when you're canoeing.This has been a long freaking anxiety producing, world shifting week. …
 
Races are getting cancelled left and right and the summer calendar is extremely uncertain. This episode is a dive into this wild world from a race director's point of view. Before you get pissed about your non-refundable race fee, give this a listen. Jamil Coury is the CEO of Aravaipa Running. They manage 40 events servicing 13,000 athletes annuall…
 
In this episode Jan talks about her training and gives us an insight into her weekly schedule and favourite sessions. We also get an update on Jan's new nutritional plan.Use discount code JAN15 to get 15% discount from www.absolutenutrition.ie as mentioned by Jan.Twitter @jantastic22Instagram@jantastic2--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting everyone. Races are begin cancelled, people are told to 'shelter in place' and others are self quarantining. This podcast outlines how you should approach your training during this time. If you want more information on COIVD-19, please see Coach Corrine Malcom's article here- https://www.irunfar.com/2020/03/covid-…
 
What are you passionate about? Today, we have an immigrant, scientist, mother of 3, and an athlete that is doing so many admirable things to empower people to seek fitness and helping to find a voice to fight for a better world through running. Her story is very topical to what’s going on right now around the world regarding healthcare access and t…
 
What's up, Crew! Licensed clinical social worker with an emphasis in athletics and wellness coach, Danielle Snyder, will be joining us to chat about steps we can take to deal with our anxieties - especially in this current climate of ever changing news, fear and stress. This should be a helpful episode for everyone.…
 
Following on from the last episode, Jan went to visit Sharon Madigan, Head of Performance Nutrition with the Irish Institute of Sport. Jan tells us about her consultation and the changes she will be making to her nutritional plan to help meet the demands of her training. we also get an update on her training and pans for the coming weeks. You can f…
 
Moments ago I recorded a podcast with Raf from The Verbal Tap Podcast about what grapplers and martial artists should do during the coronavirus and COVID 19 outbreak and I'm sharing that with you now. Based on training in martial arts for 40 years, being a first responder, and also having a master's degree in biology my recommendation is that YOU D…
 
By special request I’ll be documenting the training and preparation of Jan Corcoran #jantasticjourney as she prepares to take part in her first 100k Race when she represents Ireland at the Anglo Celtic Plate in Boddington, England on May 16th 2020. Jan started her running journey back in 2015 and completed her first marathon in that same year with …
 
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