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Best Paul Tonkinson podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Paul Tonkinson podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Joining me on today's show is Paul Tonkinson, comedian and runner. As well as being a comedian, Paul is an experienced club runner and in 2017 set himself the challenge of running the London Marathon in sub-3 hours. He's also the host of the Running Commentary podcast with his co-host, Rob Deering. For information regarding your data privacy, visit…
 
Can the skills we learn through running – endurance, resourcefulness, patience – help us during the current crisis? Author Adharanand Finn believes so. Also discussed is the current tension between runners and dog walkers, and the small positives that have come out of the pandemic. For more from Adharanand Finn, listen to his podcast, The Way of th…
 
The second part of the boys’ run - well, walk; in Paul’s case, limp - in what turned out to be the last hours before the lockdown. Seems a long time ago now, although Rob and Paul were both deep in plans for this weird old time in their own crazy ways. Featuring nature good and bad, old adverts, old people, puns in a crisis, Wonder Woman, Madonna, …
 
A double guest episode with physio and runner Bradley Scanes (@physiobrad) joining us to discuss the drop off in training for those who were training for a spring marathon, how to maintain some running form during isolation and how to approach an autumn marathon and then Rick had a chat with Kevin Betts, the co-founder of virtual running club Run T…
 
In today's show, we're joined by the legend Richie Norton, also known as "strength temple". The strength temple is born out of the lesson learned and the teachings Richie has had in his training and nutrition journey. Sharing the knowledge, facts and motivation that allowed Richie to turn his life around, giving him the power to help others maximiz…
 
Paul and Rob's first fully non-contact, socially-distanced run of the Coronavirus crisis takes them up the Parkland Walk - which is terrifyingly busy - and round Highgate Woods - where Paul's fatalistic take gives Rob the fear all over again. We promise we ran responsibly - please do the same, if you're going out. And whether you're going out for a…
 
As Coronavirus reframes our very existence, Rob and Paul go for a run in the Spring sunshine to process the panic - mainly their own - plus talk running, report on parkruns and celebrate your PBs, of course. If you need some light reading over the next few weeks, Paul’s book 26.2 Miles to Happiness is OUT NOW! You can get it here: https://www.amazo…
 
Recorded in separate locations, Rick and Ben battled technical gremlins and sat down to talk about COVID-19, cancelled races and how to keep running during these unprecedented times. Robbie Britton shares some advice on how to maximise on all the training you have done this year, while Rick and Ben discuss running your own marathon, exercises to do…
 
A bumper episode this week; journalist, podcaster and now author Amy Lane aka @wellness_Ed joins us to talk about her running journey, how to make it suck less, the pressure of instagram and her new book. Rick and Ben discuss staying positive in training when your race might be cancelled, those funny looking new Hoka shoes and we have an inspiring …
 
At last a run for the boys that isn’t beset by biblical weather. Rob is full of news from Marathon Talk Run Camp, and Paul is full of booze, or at least the after effects thereof. Featuring Bakewell parkrun, Carsington Water Half Marathon, mighty Martin Yelling, mushrooms, medals, new Spring flowers, ageing relatives and Marathon predictions. Paul’…
 
With Bramley 20 cancelled, Paul and Rob roll out into Storm Dennis for a Long Sunday Run - cos they need those miles, weather or not. Featuring gig report from Paul, parkrun report from Rob, public tragedies, domestic celebrations, Paul’s marvellous book, and George and Mildred. Paul’s book is OUT NOW! You can get it here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/…
 
We're joined in the studio by RW columnist and nutritionist Kim Pearson to talk about the pros and cons of a vegan diet for runners. We only mention Game Changers once, we promise, the rest is just an open discussion about why and if you should be changing the way you eat and what it might do to your body and your running. For information regarding…
 
Jane went out to New York for what Nike were calling its 'Olympic Summit' but it turned out to be the global alphafly launch, so armed with her microphone she recorded this special episode, interviewing Tony Bignell, VP of footwear innovation and finding out what the latest ruling from World Athletics really means in relation to this shoe, what Nik…
 
Another long one, as Paul and Rob head into the storm-beleaguered woods and try to get their pre-marathon mileage up. Featuring book-related showbiz for Paul, a training-and-10k-related comedown for Rob, the first signs of Spring, further talk of Vaporflys, sadness about dogs and Dads, the curative community power of a marathon, Big Breakfast prese…
 
A double dose of running chat this week as RW columnist, comedian and now author Paul Tonkinson joins us in the studio to discuss his new book as well as how running is a form of escapism, while Damian Hall joins us on the phone to discuss his recent record breaking run of the Paddy Buckley and his return to the UTMB. For information regarding your…
 
A good long one for anyone who, like Rob and Paul, is getting deep into marathon training - the boys trot from Newington Green to Primrose Hill and back via Camden and the canal. Featuring adventures in New York and on Teesside, the superpowers of Diane Van Deren, how to pace a fast 10k, and how NOT to sell your book on the radio. Plus: will Paul f…
 
Author, CEO and founder of Silverfit, Eddie joins us to explain how starting running at 50 helped her discover a passion for being active and started her on a journey towards helping others achieve more than they ever thought possible. Eddie was recently names on the Lucozade Sport 50 Movers List, which recognises some of the UK's most inspirationa…
 
Paul is back, Rob's back on the trail, and both are back from the National Running Show in this new episode, featuring the zen mode of the Ultra Runner, falling off the wagon, staying on the wagon and the non-existence of the wagon, running in sunshine and rain, now and in the past, in old directions and new. Also, Paul's ridiculous hat. Paul’s boo…
 
With the impacts of climate change being felt around the world, we look at what runners can do to reduce their carbon footprint. From run-commuting to rejecting race T-shirts, there are plenty of ways we can all become greener runners. Need more inspiration? We speak with Rima Chang (aka Tyre Lady), who's dragging a tyre around marathons and ultras…
 
After the news last week that Kenenisa Bekele will be running the London Marathon this year and thus racing against Eliud Kipchoge, we discuss what an amazing race this could be if both runners bring their A-game and how it could be too close to call. We also discuss the impact that a possible banning of the Nike NEXT% could have and finally on a l…
 
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