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Best Mario Fraioli podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Mario Fraioli podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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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 ...
 
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In lieu of the global news events in the last 24 hours surrounding the Covid-19 aka the Coronavirus, we invited Coach Jason Koop alongside Mario Fraioli for our weekly show to talk about the virus and the impact it's having on running and sporting events around the world. The Weekly Rundown is typically a Patreon exclusive podcast for the supporter…
 
“For me, I actually like being in the corner with my back up against the wall because it forces me to figure a way out. And I’m not feeling that just yet, or at least to a degree where I feel like I’m in trouble, but if I do, I’m going to figure a way out out of it. I don’t know what that is right now but you get creative with it.”We are back with …
 
Past guest Justin Grunewald put on his doctor hat for an update on Covid-19 and its affect on the medical front (7:06). Then a long form conversation with Ultrarunner Podcast host Eric Schranz (22:47) to do a deep dive on ultrarunning, Western States, elite women's influence on the younger generation...and much more! + Gunhild's WS Finish: https://…
 
Welcome to episode 155 of the Final Surge Podcast. Today we welcome high school coach Doug Petrick to the podcast. Doug has built one of the most successful teams in western Pennsylvania. Doug does a presentation called the 5 principles that improved our distance program. We talk about those five things and how he is dealing with current Corona Vir…
 
“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.” — Viktor Frankl Welcome to Episode 22 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring clinical psychologist Dr. Ashley Selkirk, Ph.D. Given the rapid unraveling of life as we know it in this post-Covid-19 world, I wanted to interview a mental health professional …
 
Brought on several guests (remotely) to chat running and Covid-19. First a conversation with Italy resident Christine Godfrey, race organizer for Sciacce Trail racing (6:14) for a "boots on the ground" report of the country. Then a conversation with elite runner Corrine Malcolm (23:36) about her excellent article posted on iRunFar about the Coronav…
 
“I’m obsessed with everything I pick. Whatever it is, I don’t really question it. Most of the time, my obsessions, I don’t know what’s happening when they start. I just tug on a thread a little bit and then just full on yank on it and connect it to a bus and drive it out of town...The idea of exploring and learning and my mind just exploded at univ…
 
When Eric Min was thinking about starting the indoor cycling giant Zwift in 2013, he wasn’t sure his previous business success was enough to justify calling himself an entrepreneur. He turned to his co-founder from his last startup and asked, “did we just get lucky or are we entrepreneurs? Let’s test that. If we do it again and it works, then I’d s…
 
“The day that Kobe Bryant passed away, something snapped in me. I realized how short life can be—and I never met him, and I didn’t even know him much, but the things that people were writing about him, there was just something that made me snap out of it. I realized that I hadn’t seen my family for over 3 years. Why had I not seen them? I had not s…
 
“I see coaching as an art form—and it’s the science [that] gives you the tools that you need—but just like we found out that you tie two strings together and you pluck it, it reverberates and it makes a noise, it doesn’t mean you can play Little Wing on the guitar. So we know what physiology looks like, what blood flow looks like, what muscle funct…
 
Welcome to episode 152 of the Final Surge Podcast. This episode is all about the upcoming USA Men and Women's Olympic Marathon Trials. In the first half of this episode, I have Mario Fraioli joining me to talk about the men's race. Then in the second half, Erin Strout of Women's Running joins me to talk about the women's race. We talk about some of…
 
The Weekly Rundown is a Patreon exclusive podcast for our supporters and on our latest episode, Mario Fraioli and I break down the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials field - both the men and women, who the favorites/darkhorses are and our - really *my* - picks to make the top-3 Americans to punch their tickets to the Toyko Olympics. ______ Patreon.com/Bi…
 
“Coaching, I would argue, is the least about the workouts. In fact, if you’re a coach, you should have phenomenal workouts. You should have a progression that takes a child, an adult, anyone—in four years, of course they’re going to get better, you just have to write it out properly. It’s written in every book, you can pick up any book, anyone can …
 
From Hawaii, I sat down with Justin Grunewald and Amanda Basham for a long form conversation about life, love and hope. We get into many topics both big and small, in particular what life has been like after the passing of his wife Gabe Grunewald, both of their FKT runs on the Kalalau Trail and much more. ______ Patreon.com/BillyYang Instagram.com/…
 
“I think I’ve just learned that whether you’re running a 5-hour marathon, a 4-hour marathon, a 2-hour marathon, we all go through the same struggles in training—whether it’s mental, whether it’s physical—and [my athletes] are always telling me, ‘Oh my gosh, we look up to you because you’re running 2 whatever hours,’ and I’m like, ‘No, I’m looking u…
 
“As long as I can come across the finish line—whatever chosen distance, and I’ve raced them all—knowing that I couldn’t possibly have run one iota faster, that to me, that’s satisfying. I like being in that position, I like being under the pressure, I like finding myself in a state of uncomfortability. I like being in that space and I like really e…
 
"Obviously I’d love to be a world-class runner—like I’d love it, that’d be awesome—but I know there’s so much more in my life and so many more things I can do and my life isn’t just running. Obviously I knew I missed running, I will try to admit that, but I really did feel content. But I still had this feeling and I’m like, 'Well, it’s over now. It…
 
In this podcast episode, I chat with Alex Hutchinson. Alex Hutchinson is a National Magazine Award-winning journalist whose work appears in Outside Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and other publications. His latest book, came out in February of 2018, is ENDURE: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human …
 
“It’s difficult for runners to communicate, ‘Why do you do this?’… ‘Do you want to be skinny?’ ‘Do you want to be healthy?’ It’s like, well, that’s nice but ultimately it was challenging myself, working hard toward a goal, being able to do something I couldn’t do before. I really liked that. I was telling somebody the other day [that] I’m still cha…
 
First show of 2020! I launch into a state of the show and plans for the first part of the New Year before I bring on ultrarunners Mario Mendoza and Courtney Dauwalter via phone. We chat about Mario's recent 50K treadmill record effort and what he was running for. And then we check in on 2019 Ultrarunner of the Year Courtney Dauwalter to reflect on …
 
“Running is something that I was always good at, something that I would do no matter what, it was always my little escape in some way. Whatever was happening at home, running would just make me feel a little better when I got to go out. It was just my escape and I needed it—I need it to this day. It’s the only time that I feel that nothing negative…
 
“I think it’s a release—it’s easier when you’re able to go all-in. If you have that second thing, that second chance, you have to constantly be deciding whether or not you’re gonna do it today, you’re gonna do it then—it’s way easier to be like, ‘This is happening now. I’m going all in and I’m going to either die or crush it today. And that for me …
 
The Weekly Rundown is typically a Patreon exclusive podcast for your our supporters and on our latest episode, Mario Fraioli and I recap performances of the year from 2019, what we learned from our brief social media detox, Jim Walmsley's incredible past few weeks of training, our plans for 2020 and much more! ______ Patreon.com/BillyYang Instagram…
 
This week’s episode of the podcast is a “greatest hits” compilation of sorts to round out 2019. I’ve gone through and culled clips from nine of the most impactful exchanges I’ve had over the past year with some of the top athletes, coaches, and personalities in the sport of running. Why only nine? One, putting constraints in place forces me to thin…
 
“I am camped out in that third category of the emotions of the experience. I get a lot of messages from other dads who have jobs and have kids and have families—I sense in their writing to me that they’re almost saying, ‘Thank you for giving me permission to care about something that is totally superfluous but matters to me and that fuels my passio…
 
“Many times I’ve woken up and thought, ‘Oh, what can I do to get out of this? Can I fake an injury?’ And then I realize it’s just me. The only person I’m faking is me. The only person I’m lying to is me if I do if I do that. And the same thing with not finishing a race: I’m the only person that I have to answer to. One of the things that Teddy Atla…
 
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