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Neuromuscular Fitness: The Secret To Improving Your Pace

Most runners are aware that in order to improve distance running performance, weekly mileage needs to increase. Research supports this: in the 2007 study ‘Training Characteristics of Qualifiers for the U.S. Olympic Marathon... 

2020 Best Running Shoes Part 1 with Bryan Smith from The Running Room

Bryan Smith from Running Room talks about best shoes in 2020 Shoes are probably the most important, and exciting, piece of a runner’s equipment. The ongoing search for the best shoe for each of us is a challenge and an opportunity... 

2020 Olympic Marathon Trials and the Atlanta Track Club

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How Applied Kinesiology Can Heal You: Dr. Eugene Charles

Dr. Eugene Charles – The Journey To Healing With Applied Kinesiology Dr. Eugene Charles experienced a sports injury in his teens that ended any athletic dreams he had. No one was able to diagnose the reason for his shoulder... 

Getting Started With Running: The 4 Most Common Mistakes

Seasoned runners make it look easy, but the truth of the matter is that as experienced runners we’ve all made the same mistakes. It’s called learning by experience. Unfortunately, many beginning runners are hampered... 

New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them: Dr. Michelle Cleere

Dr. Michelle Cleere Talks about New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them, How to Be Realistic and Reach High It’s a New Year. And not just any year; it’s the ‘Year of Perfect Vision’: 2020. Most... 

The Gift of Fitness: 3 RunnersConnect Members Share Their Stories of Success in 2019

The Gift of Fitness 2019 has almost ended and 2020 is all but upon us. This is a great time to appreciate the gift of fitness that has made such a difference in the lives of most of us listening to this podcast. Let’s take a... 

Trauma Depression Yoga Hope With Beth Shaw

Trauma, Yoga, and Hope with Beth Shaw The holidays can bring joy and happiness, but depression, anger, and isolation can intensify at this time of year, as well. Beth Shaw is an expert in discussing some of the potential causes... 

Fit Strong Lean: Circuit Training with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl

Build Your Best Circuit Training Plan with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl have put together a book that includes many ways to build a circuit training plan and adapt it as your training changes or you become... 

How Lactic Acid Works for Runners

Have you ever been running a race or workout, feeling strong, running faster than you ever have before, and you start to think about how great it is going to feel when you cross that finish line with your big PR? But suddenly... 

The 5 Recovery Mistakes You’re Making That Are Hampering Your Recovery From Hard Workouts

Recovery is one of the most important elements of training. In fact, I’d argue it’s even more important than the hard workouts you do. Without recovery, training is just wasted time with no opportunity to actually improve.... 

Injuries Suck! How to Rebound Faster and Better with Cindy and Carrie

Recovering from Injuries: Body, Mind, and Spirit Are you currently injured? If not, lucky you! Injuries affect every athlete, from the elite Olympian to the weekend racer. When it happens, it can feel like the most devastating... 

Strength Training From Body Weight Exercises to Major Lifting with Endurance Specialist Doctor Alex Harrison

From body weight strength training to heavy lifting: When and Why If you are only running every day, you may be hindering your training. Cross training is extremely important to be at your best and today’s guest will speak to... 

Optimize Your Running with Integrated Periodization: Dr. James Hoffmann

An annual, comprehensive training plan that includes cross training, recovery time, nutrition, and running with a few big race goals, is all part of the term periodization. When done properly, periodization allows for creating... 

Why You Don’t Need to Train Faster to Run Faster

Sensational headline, I know. It likely belongs on the cover of a magazine being sold at the checkout line at a grocery store, but bear with me because it’s actually quite true. You see, one of the most difficult concepts to... 

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Neuromuscular Fitness: The Secret To Improving Your Pace

Most runners are aware that in order to improve distance running performance, weekly mileage needs to increase. Research supports this: in the 2007 study ‘Training Characteristics of Qualifiers for the U.S. Olympic Marathon... 

2020 Best Running Shoes Part 1 with Bryan Smith from The Running Room

Bryan Smith from Running Room talks about best shoes in 2020 Shoes are probably the most important, and exciting, piece of a runner’s equipment. The ongoing search for the best shoe for each of us is a challenge and an opportunity... 

2020 Olympic Marathon Trials and the Atlanta Track Club

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How Applied Kinesiology Can Heal You: Dr. Eugene Charles

Dr. Eugene Charles – The Journey To Healing With Applied Kinesiology Dr. Eugene Charles experienced a sports injury in his teens that ended any athletic dreams he had. No one was able to diagnose the reason for his shoulder... 

Getting Started With Running: The 4 Most Common Mistakes

Seasoned runners make it look easy, but the truth of the matter is that as experienced runners we’ve all made the same mistakes. It’s called learning by experience. Unfortunately, many beginning runners are hampered... 

New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them: Dr. Michelle Cleere

Dr. Michelle Cleere Talks about New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them, How to Be Realistic and Reach High It’s a New Year. And not just any year; it’s the ‘Year of Perfect Vision’: 2020. Most... 

The Gift of Fitness: 3 RunnersConnect Members Share Their Stories of Success in 2019

The Gift of Fitness 2019 has almost ended and 2020 is all but upon us. This is a great time to appreciate the gift of fitness that has made such a difference in the lives of most of us listening to this podcast. Let’s take a... 

Trauma Depression Yoga Hope With Beth Shaw

Trauma, Yoga, and Hope with Beth Shaw The holidays can bring joy and happiness, but depression, anger, and isolation can intensify at this time of year, as well. Beth Shaw is an expert in discussing some of the potential causes... 

Fit Strong Lean: Circuit Training with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl

Build Your Best Circuit Training Plan with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl have put together a book that includes many ways to build a circuit training plan and adapt it as your training changes or you become... 

How Lactic Acid Works for Runners

Have you ever been running a race or workout, feeling strong, running faster than you ever have before, and you start to think about how great it is going to feel when you cross that finish line with your big PR? But suddenly... 

The 5 Recovery Mistakes You’re Making That Are Hampering Your Recovery From Hard Workouts

Recovery is one of the most important elements of training. In fact, I’d argue it’s even more important than the hard workouts you do. Without recovery, training is just wasted time with no opportunity to actually improve.... 

Injuries Suck! How to Rebound Faster and Better with Cindy and Carrie

Recovering from Injuries: Body, Mind, and Spirit Are you currently injured? If not, lucky you! Injuries affect every athlete, from the elite Olympian to the weekend racer. When it happens, it can feel like the most devastating... 

Strength Training From Body Weight Exercises to Major Lifting with Endurance Specialist Doctor Alex Harrison

From body weight strength training to heavy lifting: When and Why If you are only running every day, you may be hindering your training. Cross training is extremely important to be at your best and today’s guest will speak to... 

Optimize Your Running with Integrated Periodization: Dr. James Hoffmann

An annual, comprehensive training plan that includes cross training, recovery time, nutrition, and running with a few big race goals, is all part of the term periodization. When done properly, periodization allows for creating... 

Why You Don’t Need to Train Faster to Run Faster

Sensational headline, I know. It likely belongs on the cover of a magazine being sold at the checkout line at a grocery store, but bear with me because it’s actually quite true. You see, one of the most difficult concepts to... 

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Neuromuscular Fitness: The Secret To Improving Your Pace

Most runners are aware that in order to improve distance running performance, weekly mileage needs to increase. Research supports this: in the 2007 study ‘Training Characteristics of Qualifiers for the U.S. Olympic Marathon... 

2020 Best Running Shoes Part 1 with Bryan Smith from The Running Room

Bryan Smith from Running Room talks about best shoes in 2020 Shoes are probably the most important, and exciting, piece of a runner’s equipment. The ongoing search for the best shoe for each of us is a challenge and an opportunity... 

2020 Olympic Marathon Trials and the Atlanta Track Club

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How Applied Kinesiology Can Heal You: Dr. Eugene Charles

Dr. Eugene Charles – The Journey To Healing With Applied Kinesiology Dr. Eugene Charles experienced a sports injury in his teens that ended any athletic dreams he had. No one was able to diagnose the reason for his shoulder... 

Getting Started With Running: The 4 Most Common Mistakes

Seasoned runners make it look easy, but the truth of the matter is that as experienced runners we’ve all made the same mistakes. It’s called learning by experience. Unfortunately, many beginning runners are hampered... 

New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them: Dr. Michelle Cleere

Dr. Michelle Cleere Talks about New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them, How to Be Realistic and Reach High It’s a New Year. And not just any year; it’s the ‘Year of Perfect Vision’: 2020. Most... 

The Gift of Fitness: 3 RunnersConnect Members Share Their Stories of Success in 2019

The Gift of Fitness 2019 has almost ended and 2020 is all but upon us. This is a great time to appreciate the gift of fitness that has made such a difference in the lives of most of us listening to this podcast. Let’s take a... 

Trauma Depression Yoga Hope With Beth Shaw

Trauma, Yoga, and Hope with Beth Shaw The holidays can bring joy and happiness, but depression, anger, and isolation can intensify at this time of year, as well. Beth Shaw is an expert in discussing some of the potential causes... 

Fit Strong Lean: Circuit Training with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl

Build Your Best Circuit Training Plan with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl have put together a book that includes many ways to build a circuit training plan and adapt it as your training changes or you become... 

How Lactic Acid Works for Runners

Have you ever been running a race or workout, feeling strong, running faster than you ever have before, and you start to think about how great it is going to feel when you cross that finish line with your big PR? But suddenly... 

The 5 Recovery Mistakes You’re Making That Are Hampering Your Recovery From Hard Workouts

Recovery is one of the most important elements of training. In fact, I’d argue it’s even more important than the hard workouts you do. Without recovery, training is just wasted time with no opportunity to actually improve.... 

Injuries Suck! How to Rebound Faster and Better with Cindy and Carrie

Recovering from Injuries: Body, Mind, and Spirit Are you currently injured? If not, lucky you! Injuries affect every athlete, from the elite Olympian to the weekend racer. When it happens, it can feel like the most devastating... 

Strength Training From Body Weight Exercises to Major Lifting with Endurance Specialist Doctor Alex Harrison

From body weight strength training to heavy lifting: When and Why If you are only running every day, you may be hindering your training. Cross training is extremely important to be at your best and today’s guest will speak to... 

Optimize Your Running with Integrated Periodization: Dr. James Hoffmann

An annual, comprehensive training plan that includes cross training, recovery time, nutrition, and running with a few big race goals, is all part of the term periodization. When done properly, periodization allows for creating... 

Why You Don’t Need to Train Faster to Run Faster

Sensational headline, I know. It likely belongs on the cover of a magazine being sold at the checkout line at a grocery store, but bear with me because it’s actually quite true. You see, one of the most difficult concepts to... 

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Neuromuscular Fitness: The Secret To Improving Your Pace

Most runners are aware that in order to improve distance running performance, weekly mileage needs to increase. Research supports this: in the 2007 study ‘Training Characteristics of Qualifiers for the U.S. Olympic Marathon... 

2020 Best Running Shoes Part 1 with Bryan Smith from The Running Room

Bryan Smith from Running Room talks about best shoes in 2020 Shoes are probably the most important, and exciting, piece of a runner’s equipment. The ongoing search for the best shoe for each of us is a challenge and an opportunity... 

2020 Olympic Marathon Trials and the Atlanta Track Club

Play / pause 1x 1.5x 2x 0:00 0:00 0:00 ... 

How Applied Kinesiology Can Heal You: Dr. Eugene Charles

Dr. Eugene Charles – The Journey To Healing With Applied Kinesiology Dr. Eugene Charles experienced a sports injury in his teens that ended any athletic dreams he had. No one was able to diagnose the reason for his shoulder... 

Getting Started With Running: The 4 Most Common Mistakes

Seasoned runners make it look easy, but the truth of the matter is that as experienced runners we’ve all made the same mistakes. It’s called learning by experience. Unfortunately, many beginning runners are hampered... 

New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them: Dr. Michelle Cleere

Dr. Michelle Cleere Talks about New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them, How to Be Realistic and Reach High It’s a New Year. And not just any year; it’s the ‘Year of Perfect Vision’: 2020. Most... 

The Gift of Fitness: 3 RunnersConnect Members Share Their Stories of Success in 2019

The Gift of Fitness 2019 has almost ended and 2020 is all but upon us. This is a great time to appreciate the gift of fitness that has made such a difference in the lives of most of us listening to this podcast. Let’s take a... 

Trauma Depression Yoga Hope With Beth Shaw

Trauma, Yoga, and Hope with Beth Shaw The holidays can bring joy and happiness, but depression, anger, and isolation can intensify at this time of year, as well. Beth Shaw is an expert in discussing some of the potential causes... 

Fit Strong Lean: Circuit Training with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl

Build Your Best Circuit Training Plan with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl have put together a book that includes many ways to build a circuit training plan and adapt it as your training changes or you become... 

How Lactic Acid Works for Runners

Have you ever been running a race or workout, feeling strong, running faster than you ever have before, and you start to think about how great it is going to feel when you cross that finish line with your big PR? But suddenly... 

The 5 Recovery Mistakes You’re Making That Are Hampering Your Recovery From Hard Workouts

Recovery is one of the most important elements of training. In fact, I’d argue it’s even more important than the hard workouts you do. Without recovery, training is just wasted time with no opportunity to actually improve.... 

Injuries Suck! How to Rebound Faster and Better with Cindy and Carrie

Recovering from Injuries: Body, Mind, and Spirit Are you currently injured? If not, lucky you! Injuries affect every athlete, from the elite Olympian to the weekend racer. When it happens, it can feel like the most devastating... 

Strength Training From Body Weight Exercises to Major Lifting with Endurance Specialist Doctor Alex Harrison

From body weight strength training to heavy lifting: When and Why If you are only running every day, you may be hindering your training. Cross training is extremely important to be at your best and today’s guest will speak to... 

Optimize Your Running with Integrated Periodization: Dr. James Hoffmann

An annual, comprehensive training plan that includes cross training, recovery time, nutrition, and running with a few big race goals, is all part of the term periodization. When done properly, periodization allows for creating... 

Why You Don’t Need to Train Faster to Run Faster

Sensational headline, I know. It likely belongs on the cover of a magazine being sold at the checkout line at a grocery store, but bear with me because it’s actually quite true. You see, one of the most difficult concepts to... 

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Neuromuscular Fitness: The Secret To Improving Your Pace

Most runners are aware that in order to improve distance running performance, weekly mileage needs to increase. Research supports this: in the 2007 study ‘Training Characteristics of Qualifiers for the U.S. Olympic Marathon... 

2020 Best Running Shoes Part 1 with Bryan Smith from The Running Room

Bryan Smith from Running Room talks about best shoes in 2020 Shoes are probably the most important, and exciting, piece of a runner’s equipment. The ongoing search for the best shoe for each of us is a challenge and an opportunity... 

2020 Olympic Marathon Trials and the Atlanta Track Club

Play / pause 1x 1.5x 2x 0:00 0:00 0:00 ... 

How Applied Kinesiology Can Heal You: Dr. Eugene Charles

Dr. Eugene Charles – The Journey To Healing With Applied Kinesiology Dr. Eugene Charles experienced a sports injury in his teens that ended any athletic dreams he had. No one was able to diagnose the reason for his shoulder... 

Getting Started With Running: The 4 Most Common Mistakes

Seasoned runners make it look easy, but the truth of the matter is that as experienced runners we’ve all made the same mistakes. It’s called learning by experience. Unfortunately, many beginning runners are hampered... 

New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them: Dr. Michelle Cleere

Dr. Michelle Cleere Talks about New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them, How to Be Realistic and Reach High It’s a New Year. And not just any year; it’s the ‘Year of Perfect Vision’: 2020. Most... 

The Gift of Fitness: 3 RunnersConnect Members Share Their Stories of Success in 2019

The Gift of Fitness 2019 has almost ended and 2020 is all but upon us. This is a great time to appreciate the gift of fitness that has made such a difference in the lives of most of us listening to this podcast. Let’s take a... 

Trauma Depression Yoga Hope With Beth Shaw

Trauma, Yoga, and Hope with Beth Shaw The holidays can bring joy and happiness, but depression, anger, and isolation can intensify at this time of year, as well. Beth Shaw is an expert in discussing some of the potential causes... 

Fit Strong Lean: Circuit Training with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl

Build Your Best Circuit Training Plan with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl have put together a book that includes many ways to build a circuit training plan and adapt it as your training changes or you become... 

How Lactic Acid Works for Runners

Have you ever been running a race or workout, feeling strong, running faster than you ever have before, and you start to think about how great it is going to feel when you cross that finish line with your big PR? But suddenly... 

The 5 Recovery Mistakes You’re Making That Are Hampering Your Recovery From Hard Workouts

Recovery is one of the most important elements of training. In fact, I’d argue it’s even more important than the hard workouts you do. Without recovery, training is just wasted time with no opportunity to actually improve.... 

Injuries Suck! How to Rebound Faster and Better with Cindy and Carrie

Recovering from Injuries: Body, Mind, and Spirit Are you currently injured? If not, lucky you! Injuries affect every athlete, from the elite Olympian to the weekend racer. When it happens, it can feel like the most devastating... 

Strength Training From Body Weight Exercises to Major Lifting with Endurance Specialist Doctor Alex Harrison

From body weight strength training to heavy lifting: When and Why If you are only running every day, you may be hindering your training. Cross training is extremely important to be at your best and today’s guest will speak to... 

Optimize Your Running with Integrated Periodization: Dr. James Hoffmann

An annual, comprehensive training plan that includes cross training, recovery time, nutrition, and running with a few big race goals, is all part of the term periodization. When done properly, periodization allows for creating... 

Why You Don’t Need to Train Faster to Run Faster

Sensational headline, I know. It likely belongs on the cover of a magazine being sold at the checkout line at a grocery store, but bear with me because it’s actually quite true. You see, one of the most difficult concepts to... 

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Neuromuscular Fitness: The Secret To Improving Your Pace

Most runners are aware that in order to improve distance running performance, weekly mileage needs to increase. Research supports this: in the 2007 study ‘Training Characteristics of Qualifiers for the U.S. Olympic Marathon... 

2020 Best Running Shoes Part 1 with Bryan Smith from The Running Room

Bryan Smith from Running Room talks about best shoes in 2020 Shoes are probably the most important, and exciting, piece of a runner’s equipment. The ongoing search for the best shoe for each of us is a challenge and an opportunity... 

2020 Olympic Marathon Trials and the Atlanta Track Club

Play / pause 1x 1.5x 2x 0:00 0:00 0:00 ... 

How Applied Kinesiology Can Heal You: Dr. Eugene Charles

Dr. Eugene Charles – The Journey To Healing With Applied Kinesiology Dr. Eugene Charles experienced a sports injury in his teens that ended any athletic dreams he had. No one was able to diagnose the reason for his shoulder... 

Getting Started With Running: The 4 Most Common Mistakes

Seasoned runners make it look easy, but the truth of the matter is that as experienced runners we’ve all made the same mistakes. It’s called learning by experience. Unfortunately, many beginning runners are hampered... 

New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them: Dr. Michelle Cleere

Dr. Michelle Cleere Talks about New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them, How to Be Realistic and Reach High It’s a New Year. And not just any year; it’s the ‘Year of Perfect Vision’: 2020. Most... 

The Gift of Fitness: 3 RunnersConnect Members Share Their Stories of Success in 2019

The Gift of Fitness 2019 has almost ended and 2020 is all but upon us. This is a great time to appreciate the gift of fitness that has made such a difference in the lives of most of us listening to this podcast. Let’s take a... 

Trauma Depression Yoga Hope With Beth Shaw

Trauma, Yoga, and Hope with Beth Shaw The holidays can bring joy and happiness, but depression, anger, and isolation can intensify at this time of year, as well. Beth Shaw is an expert in discussing some of the potential causes... 

Fit Strong Lean: Circuit Training with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl

Build Your Best Circuit Training Plan with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl have put together a book that includes many ways to build a circuit training plan and adapt it as your training changes or you become... 

How Lactic Acid Works for Runners

Have you ever been running a race or workout, feeling strong, running faster than you ever have before, and you start to think about how great it is going to feel when you cross that finish line with your big PR? But suddenly... 

The 5 Recovery Mistakes You’re Making That Are Hampering Your Recovery From Hard Workouts

Recovery is one of the most important elements of training. In fact, I’d argue it’s even more important than the hard workouts you do. Without recovery, training is just wasted time with no opportunity to actually improve.... 

Injuries Suck! How to Rebound Faster and Better with Cindy and Carrie

Recovering from Injuries: Body, Mind, and Spirit Are you currently injured? If not, lucky you! Injuries affect every athlete, from the elite Olympian to the weekend racer. When it happens, it can feel like the most devastating... 

Strength Training From Body Weight Exercises to Major Lifting with Endurance Specialist Doctor Alex Harrison

From body weight strength training to heavy lifting: When and Why If you are only running every day, you may be hindering your training. Cross training is extremely important to be at your best and today’s guest will speak to... 

Optimize Your Running with Integrated Periodization: Dr. James Hoffmann

An annual, comprehensive training plan that includes cross training, recovery time, nutrition, and running with a few big race goals, is all part of the term periodization. When done properly, periodization allows for creating... 

Why You Don’t Need to Train Faster to Run Faster

Sensational headline, I know. It likely belongs on the cover of a magazine being sold at the checkout line at a grocery store, but bear with me because it’s actually quite true. You see, one of the most difficult concepts to... 

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Neuromuscular Fitness: The Secret To Improving Your Pace

Most runners are aware that in order to improve distance running performance, weekly mileage needs to increase. Research supports this: in the 2007 study ‘Training Characteristics of Qualifiers for the U.S. Olympic Marathon... 

2020 Best Running Shoes Part 1 with Bryan Smith from The Running Room

Bryan Smith from Running Room talks about best shoes in 2020 Shoes are probably the most important, and exciting, piece of a runner’s equipment. The ongoing search for the best shoe for each of us is a challenge and an opportunity... 

2020 Olympic Marathon Trials and the Atlanta Track Club

Play / pause 1x 1.5x 2x 0:00 0:00 0:00 ... 

How Applied Kinesiology Can Heal You: Dr. Eugene Charles

Dr. Eugene Charles – The Journey To Healing With Applied Kinesiology Dr. Eugene Charles experienced a sports injury in his teens that ended any athletic dreams he had. No one was able to diagnose the reason for his shoulder... 

Getting Started With Running: The 4 Most Common Mistakes

Seasoned runners make it look easy, but the truth of the matter is that as experienced runners we’ve all made the same mistakes. It’s called learning by experience. Unfortunately, many beginning runners are hampered... 

New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them: Dr. Michelle Cleere

Dr. Michelle Cleere Talks about New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them, How to Be Realistic and Reach High It’s a New Year. And not just any year; it’s the ‘Year of Perfect Vision’: 2020. Most... 

The Gift of Fitness: 3 RunnersConnect Members Share Their Stories of Success in 2019

The Gift of Fitness 2019 has almost ended and 2020 is all but upon us. This is a great time to appreciate the gift of fitness that has made such a difference in the lives of most of us listening to this podcast. Let’s take a... 

Trauma Depression Yoga Hope With Beth Shaw

Trauma, Yoga, and Hope with Beth Shaw The holidays can bring joy and happiness, but depression, anger, and isolation can intensify at this time of year, as well. Beth Shaw is an expert in discussing some of the potential causes... 

Fit Strong Lean: Circuit Training with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl

Build Your Best Circuit Training Plan with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl have put together a book that includes many ways to build a circuit training plan and adapt it as your training changes or you become... 

How Lactic Acid Works for Runners

Have you ever been running a race or workout, feeling strong, running faster than you ever have before, and you start to think about how great it is going to feel when you cross that finish line with your big PR? But suddenly... 

The 5 Recovery Mistakes You’re Making That Are Hampering Your Recovery From Hard Workouts

Recovery is one of the most important elements of training. In fact, I’d argue it’s even more important than the hard workouts you do. Without recovery, training is just wasted time with no opportunity to actually improve.... 

Injuries Suck! How to Rebound Faster and Better with Cindy and Carrie

Recovering from Injuries: Body, Mind, and Spirit Are you currently injured? If not, lucky you! Injuries affect every athlete, from the elite Olympian to the weekend racer. When it happens, it can feel like the most devastating... 

Strength Training From Body Weight Exercises to Major Lifting with Endurance Specialist Doctor Alex Harrison

From body weight strength training to heavy lifting: When and Why If you are only running every day, you may be hindering your training. Cross training is extremely important to be at your best and today’s guest will speak to... 

Optimize Your Running with Integrated Periodization: Dr. James Hoffmann

An annual, comprehensive training plan that includes cross training, recovery time, nutrition, and running with a few big race goals, is all part of the term periodization. When done properly, periodization allows for creating... 

Why You Don’t Need to Train Faster to Run Faster

Sensational headline, I know. It likely belongs on the cover of a magazine being sold at the checkout line at a grocery store, but bear with me because it’s actually quite true. You see, one of the most difficult concepts to... 

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Neuromuscular Fitness: The Secret To Improving Your Pace

Most runners are aware that in order to improve distance running performance, weekly mileage needs to increase. Research supports this: in the 2007 study ‘Training Characteristics of Qualifiers for the U.S. Olympic Marathon... 

2020 Best Running Shoes Part 1 with Bryan Smith from The Running Room

Bryan Smith from Running Room talks about best shoes in 2020 Shoes are probably the most important, and exciting, piece of a runner’s equipment. The ongoing search for the best shoe for each of us is a challenge and an opportunity... 

2020 Olympic Marathon Trials and the Atlanta Track Club

Play / pause 1x 1.5x 2x 0:00 0:00 0:00 ... 

How Applied Kinesiology Can Heal You: Dr. Eugene Charles

Dr. Eugene Charles – The Journey To Healing With Applied Kinesiology Dr. Eugene Charles experienced a sports injury in his teens that ended any athletic dreams he had. No one was able to diagnose the reason for his shoulder... 

Getting Started With Running: The 4 Most Common Mistakes

Seasoned runners make it look easy, but the truth of the matter is that as experienced runners we’ve all made the same mistakes. It’s called learning by experience. Unfortunately, many beginning runners are hampered... 

New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them: Dr. Michelle Cleere

Dr. Michelle Cleere Talks about New Year’s Resolutions – How to Make Them, How to Keep Them, How to Be Realistic and Reach High It’s a New Year. And not just any year; it’s the ‘Year of Perfect Vision’: 2020. Most... 

The Gift of Fitness: 3 RunnersConnect Members Share Their Stories of Success in 2019

The Gift of Fitness 2019 has almost ended and 2020 is all but upon us. This is a great time to appreciate the gift of fitness that has made such a difference in the lives of most of us listening to this podcast. Let’s take a... 

Trauma Depression Yoga Hope With Beth Shaw

Trauma, Yoga, and Hope with Beth Shaw The holidays can bring joy and happiness, but depression, anger, and isolation can intensify at this time of year, as well. Beth Shaw is an expert in discussing some of the potential causes... 

Fit Strong Lean: Circuit Training with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl

Build Your Best Circuit Training Plan with Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl Felix Grewe and Mike Diehl have put together a book that includes many ways to build a circuit training plan and adapt it as your training changes or you become... 

How Lactic Acid Works for Runners

Have you ever been running a race or workout, feeling strong, running faster than you ever have before, and you start to think about how great it is going to feel when you cross that finish line with your big PR? But suddenly... 

The 5 Recovery Mistakes You’re Making That Are Hampering Your Recovery From Hard Workouts

Recovery is one of the most important elements of training. In fact, I’d argue it’s even more important than the hard workouts you do. Without recovery, training is just wasted time with no opportunity to actually improve.... 

Injuries Suck! How to Rebound Faster and Better with Cindy and Carrie

Recovering from Injuries: Body, Mind, and Spirit Are you currently injured? If not, lucky you! Injuries affect every athlete, from the elite Olympian to the weekend racer. When it happens, it can feel like the most devastating... 

Strength Training From Body Weight Exercises to Major Lifting with Endurance Specialist Doctor Alex Harrison

From body weight strength training to heavy lifting: When and Why If you are only running every day, you may be hindering your training. Cross training is extremely important to be at your best and today’s guest will speak to... 

Optimize Your Running with Integrated Periodization: Dr. James Hoffmann

An annual, comprehensive training plan that includes cross training, recovery time, nutrition, and running with a few big race goals, is all part of the term periodization. When done properly, periodization allows for creating... 

Why You Don’t Need to Train Faster to Run Faster

Sensational headline, I know. It likely belongs on the cover of a magazine being sold at the checkout line at a grocery store, but bear with me because it’s actually quite true. You see, one of the most difficult concepts to...