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Best End of Summer Early Fall Races with Mitchell Garner

Best End of Summer/Early Fall Races Around the US with RRCA President Mitchell Garner Summer’s here and the time is right for racing in the streets.  Looking for some fun races for the end of summer or early fall? Today’s... 

Probiotic Supplements for Runners: The Definitive Guide

One of the most exciting frontiers in medical research is on the gut microbiome, the population of “good bacteria” inside your body that are linked to everything from gastrointestinal health to the function of your immune... 

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First Marathon Attempt 2:57:58 After only running consistently for a couple of years, newly minted Doctor in Cognitive Science, Lauren Curley ran her first ever full marathon in a brisk 2:57:58. Lauren started running to relieve... 

Functional Yoga for Runners – Take It Anywhere with Erin Taylor

Take your yoga with you wherever you go Erin Taylor is a yoga for athletes pioneer, author, and founder of Jasyoga. She is on a mission to help as many athletes as possible use yoga to achieve their goals.  Erin believes that... 

Ketones for Runners: Can they boost performance and enhance recovery?

If you took a class on nutrition, the very first thing you would learn is that there are three sources of calories: carbohydrates, fat, and protein. As all runners know, carbohydrates are the primary fuel if you want to run fast.... 

Endure: Mind Body and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance with Alex Hutchinson

Alex Hutchinson – What It Means To Endure What exactly is endurance? Is it physical or mental? Or both? How do we increase our endurance effectively? Are there shortcuts and do they truly work? Photo Credit: Florence Tsui A... 

Top Triathlete in the World: What it Takes with Katie Zaferes

Katie Zaferes – #1 Triathlete What does it take to be ranked the #1 International Triathlon Union triathlete in the world? In this episode we talk with Katie Zaferes, 2016 Olympic triathlon participant for Team USA and currently... 

How Rowing Can Help Your Running with Caley Crawford

Rowing: Low Impact, High Results Cross Training You love running, right? Today’s episode is about ROWING and how the two fit together. Today we get some advice from an expert on how to add something new to our training regimen... 

How to Recover from a Half Marathon

The most critical element to half marathon success is recovery. Yes, as crazy as that sounds, it’s correct. Without recovery, all your hard workouts simply wear you down and don’t allow your body to adapt to the stimuli of... 

Can Yoga Make You a Better Runner with Lindsay Junk

Can Yoga Make You a Better Runner? Yoga practice has been around for thousands of years and yet, there are still questions about its benefits and usefulness for runners who inevitably would rather be running than doing much of... 

Heel Strikers, Gait Analysis, New Technology: Matt Phillips Returns with Updates for 2019

Matt Phillips – Running Gait Matt Phillips is back with us for another discussion of gait analysis, running form, foot strike, foot type, cadence, stride, and many misconceptions that we, as runners, have acquired from the... 

How to Run Hills and Not be Intimidated with Coach Dylan Belles

How to run hills HILLS! For many of us this word terrifies us because they’re hard, they’re uncomfortable, and we may not even know how to run them correctly. Up hill, downhill, hills for interval training and speed work,... 

Measuring Success as a Runner with Kate Pallardy

Kate Pallardy Success as a Runner What does it take to be a successful runner? Our guest today is Kate Pallardy, recent finisher at the Boston Marathon with a time of 2:38:27, good enough for 22nd Female Finisher of the entire... 

7 Essential Runner Stretches with Austin Martinez

Austin Martinez – 7 Essential Stretches Stretching is such an important, and sometimes even controversial, topic to runners and yet how many of us know how to use our stretching time to its best potential? Today we are talking... 

UltraRunning and Zombies with Author Camille Picott

Undead Ultra – Ultrarunning and the Zombie Apocalypse What do zombies and ultra marathons have to do with each other? We find out in this week’s episode where we talk with Undead Ultra book author and ultra runner, Camille... 

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Best End of Summer Early Fall Races with Mitchell Garner

Best End of Summer/Early Fall Races Around the US with RRCA President Mitchell Garner Summer’s here and the time is right for racing in the streets.  Looking for some fun races for the end of summer or early fall? Today’s... 

Probiotic Supplements for Runners: The Definitive Guide

One of the most exciting frontiers in medical research is on the gut microbiome, the population of “good bacteria” inside your body that are linked to everything from gastrointestinal health to the function of your immune... 

Sub 3 Hour Marathon: Get Used to Being Uncomfortable with Lauren Curley

First Marathon Attempt 2:57:58 After only running consistently for a couple of years, newly minted Doctor in Cognitive Science, Lauren Curley ran her first ever full marathon in a brisk 2:57:58. Lauren started running to relieve... 

Functional Yoga for Runners – Take It Anywhere with Erin Taylor

Take your yoga with you wherever you go Erin Taylor is a yoga for athletes pioneer, author, and founder of Jasyoga. She is on a mission to help as many athletes as possible use yoga to achieve their goals.  Erin believes that... 

Ketones for Runners: Can they boost performance and enhance recovery?

If you took a class on nutrition, the very first thing you would learn is that there are three sources of calories: carbohydrates, fat, and protein. As all runners know, carbohydrates are the primary fuel if you want to run fast.... 

Endure: Mind Body and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance with Alex Hutchinson

Alex Hutchinson – What It Means To Endure What exactly is endurance? Is it physical or mental? Or both? How do we increase our endurance effectively? Are there shortcuts and do they truly work? Photo Credit: Florence Tsui A... 

Top Triathlete in the World: What it Takes with Katie Zaferes

Katie Zaferes – #1 Triathlete What does it take to be ranked the #1 International Triathlon Union triathlete in the world? In this episode we talk with Katie Zaferes, 2016 Olympic triathlon participant for Team USA and currently... 

How Rowing Can Help Your Running with Caley Crawford

Rowing: Low Impact, High Results Cross Training You love running, right? Today’s episode is about ROWING and how the two fit together. Today we get some advice from an expert on how to add something new to our training regimen... 

How to Recover from a Half Marathon

The most critical element to half marathon success is recovery. Yes, as crazy as that sounds, it’s correct. Without recovery, all your hard workouts simply wear you down and don’t allow your body to adapt to the stimuli of... 

Can Yoga Make You a Better Runner with Lindsay Junk

Can Yoga Make You a Better Runner? Yoga practice has been around for thousands of years and yet, there are still questions about its benefits and usefulness for runners who inevitably would rather be running than doing much of... 

Heel Strikers, Gait Analysis, New Technology: Matt Phillips Returns with Updates for 2019

Matt Phillips – Running Gait Matt Phillips is back with us for another discussion of gait analysis, running form, foot strike, foot type, cadence, stride, and many misconceptions that we, as runners, have acquired from the... 

How to Run Hills and Not be Intimidated with Coach Dylan Belles

How to run hills HILLS! For many of us this word terrifies us because they’re hard, they’re uncomfortable, and we may not even know how to run them correctly. Up hill, downhill, hills for interval training and speed work,... 

Measuring Success as a Runner with Kate Pallardy

Kate Pallardy Success as a Runner What does it take to be a successful runner? Our guest today is Kate Pallardy, recent finisher at the Boston Marathon with a time of 2:38:27, good enough for 22nd Female Finisher of the entire... 

7 Essential Runner Stretches with Austin Martinez

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UltraRunning and Zombies with Author Camille Picott

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Best End of Summer Early Fall Races with Mitchell Garner

Best End of Summer/Early Fall Races Around the US with RRCA President Mitchell Garner Summer’s here and the time is right for racing in the streets.  Looking for some fun races for the end of summer or early fall? Today’s... 

Probiotic Supplements for Runners: The Definitive Guide

One of the most exciting frontiers in medical research is on the gut microbiome, the population of “good bacteria” inside your body that are linked to everything from gastrointestinal health to the function of your immune... 

Sub 3 Hour Marathon: Get Used to Being Uncomfortable with Lauren Curley

First Marathon Attempt 2:57:58 After only running consistently for a couple of years, newly minted Doctor in Cognitive Science, Lauren Curley ran her first ever full marathon in a brisk 2:57:58. Lauren started running to relieve... 

Functional Yoga for Runners – Take It Anywhere with Erin Taylor

Take your yoga with you wherever you go Erin Taylor is a yoga for athletes pioneer, author, and founder of Jasyoga. She is on a mission to help as many athletes as possible use yoga to achieve their goals.  Erin believes that... 

Ketones for Runners: Can they boost performance and enhance recovery?

If you took a class on nutrition, the very first thing you would learn is that there are three sources of calories: carbohydrates, fat, and protein. As all runners know, carbohydrates are the primary fuel if you want to run fast.... 

Endure: Mind Body and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance with Alex Hutchinson

Alex Hutchinson – What It Means To Endure What exactly is endurance? Is it physical or mental? Or both? How do we increase our endurance effectively? Are there shortcuts and do they truly work? Photo Credit: Florence Tsui A... 

Top Triathlete in the World: What it Takes with Katie Zaferes

Katie Zaferes – #1 Triathlete What does it take to be ranked the #1 International Triathlon Union triathlete in the world? In this episode we talk with Katie Zaferes, 2016 Olympic triathlon participant for Team USA and currently... 

How Rowing Can Help Your Running with Caley Crawford

Rowing: Low Impact, High Results Cross Training You love running, right? Today’s episode is about ROWING and how the two fit together. Today we get some advice from an expert on how to add something new to our training regimen... 

How to Recover from a Half Marathon

The most critical element to half marathon success is recovery. Yes, as crazy as that sounds, it’s correct. Without recovery, all your hard workouts simply wear you down and don’t allow your body to adapt to the stimuli of... 

Can Yoga Make You a Better Runner with Lindsay Junk

Can Yoga Make You a Better Runner? Yoga practice has been around for thousands of years and yet, there are still questions about its benefits and usefulness for runners who inevitably would rather be running than doing much of... 

Heel Strikers, Gait Analysis, New Technology: Matt Phillips Returns with Updates for 2019

Matt Phillips – Running Gait Matt Phillips is back with us for another discussion of gait analysis, running form, foot strike, foot type, cadence, stride, and many misconceptions that we, as runners, have acquired from the... 

How to Run Hills and Not be Intimidated with Coach Dylan Belles

How to run hills HILLS! For many of us this word terrifies us because they’re hard, they’re uncomfortable, and we may not even know how to run them correctly. Up hill, downhill, hills for interval training and speed work,... 

Measuring Success as a Runner with Kate Pallardy

Kate Pallardy Success as a Runner What does it take to be a successful runner? Our guest today is Kate Pallardy, recent finisher at the Boston Marathon with a time of 2:38:27, good enough for 22nd Female Finisher of the entire... 

7 Essential Runner Stretches with Austin Martinez

Austin Martinez – 7 Essential Stretches Stretching is such an important, and sometimes even controversial, topic to runners and yet how many of us know how to use our stretching time to its best potential? Today we are talking... 

UltraRunning and Zombies with Author Camille Picott

Undead Ultra – Ultrarunning and the Zombie Apocalypse What do zombies and ultra marathons have to do with each other? We find out in this week’s episode where we talk with Undead Ultra book author and ultra runner, Camille... 

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Best End of Summer Early Fall Races with Mitchell Garner

Best End of Summer/Early Fall Races Around the US with RRCA President Mitchell Garner Summer’s here and the time is right for racing in the streets.  Looking for some fun races for the end of summer or early fall? Today’s... 

Probiotic Supplements for Runners: The Definitive Guide

One of the most exciting frontiers in medical research is on the gut microbiome, the population of “good bacteria” inside your body that are linked to everything from gastrointestinal health to the function of your immune... 

Sub 3 Hour Marathon: Get Used to Being Uncomfortable with Lauren Curley

First Marathon Attempt 2:57:58 After only running consistently for a couple of years, newly minted Doctor in Cognitive Science, Lauren Curley ran her first ever full marathon in a brisk 2:57:58. Lauren started running to relieve... 

Functional Yoga for Runners – Take It Anywhere with Erin Taylor

Take your yoga with you wherever you go Erin Taylor is a yoga for athletes pioneer, author, and founder of Jasyoga. She is on a mission to help as many athletes as possible use yoga to achieve their goals.  Erin believes that... 

Ketones for Runners: Can they boost performance and enhance recovery?

If you took a class on nutrition, the very first thing you would learn is that there are three sources of calories: carbohydrates, fat, and protein. As all runners know, carbohydrates are the primary fuel if you want to run fast.... 

Endure: Mind Body and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance with Alex Hutchinson

Alex Hutchinson – What It Means To Endure What exactly is endurance? Is it physical or mental? Or both? How do we increase our endurance effectively? Are there shortcuts and do they truly work? Photo Credit: Florence Tsui A... 

Top Triathlete in the World: What it Takes with Katie Zaferes

Katie Zaferes – #1 Triathlete What does it take to be ranked the #1 International Triathlon Union triathlete in the world? In this episode we talk with Katie Zaferes, 2016 Olympic triathlon participant for Team USA and currently... 

How Rowing Can Help Your Running with Caley Crawford

Rowing: Low Impact, High Results Cross Training You love running, right? Today’s episode is about ROWING and how the two fit together. Today we get some advice from an expert on how to add something new to our training regimen... 

How to Recover from a Half Marathon

The most critical element to half marathon success is recovery. Yes, as crazy as that sounds, it’s correct. Without recovery, all your hard workouts simply wear you down and don’t allow your body to adapt to the stimuli of... 

Can Yoga Make You a Better Runner with Lindsay Junk

Can Yoga Make You a Better Runner? Yoga practice has been around for thousands of years and yet, there are still questions about its benefits and usefulness for runners who inevitably would rather be running than doing much of... 

Heel Strikers, Gait Analysis, New Technology: Matt Phillips Returns with Updates for 2019

Matt Phillips – Running Gait Matt Phillips is back with us for another discussion of gait analysis, running form, foot strike, foot type, cadence, stride, and many misconceptions that we, as runners, have acquired from the... 

How to Run Hills and Not be Intimidated with Coach Dylan Belles

How to run hills HILLS! For many of us this word terrifies us because they’re hard, they’re uncomfortable, and we may not even know how to run them correctly. Up hill, downhill, hills for interval training and speed work,... 

Measuring Success as a Runner with Kate Pallardy

Kate Pallardy Success as a Runner What does it take to be a successful runner? Our guest today is Kate Pallardy, recent finisher at the Boston Marathon with a time of 2:38:27, good enough for 22nd Female Finisher of the entire... 

7 Essential Runner Stretches with Austin Martinez

Austin Martinez – 7 Essential Stretches Stretching is such an important, and sometimes even controversial, topic to runners and yet how many of us know how to use our stretching time to its best potential? Today we are talking... 

UltraRunning and Zombies with Author Camille Picott

Undead Ultra – Ultrarunning and the Zombie Apocalypse What do zombies and ultra marathons have to do with each other? We find out in this week’s episode where we talk with Undead Ultra book author and ultra runner, Camille...