Sometimes, I have a bunch of thoughts that I want to share with you here on the podcast and I'll create an episode for each one of those random thoughts. This is a great way of taking a deep dive into each topic and looking at it from several different angles. However, today's podcast is going to be a little bit different. Instead of focusing on one topic, I've got several random thoughts about weight loss for runners that I want to share with you here today. They might all be seemingly random, but they do all focus on weight loss and running so maybe they're not so random after all! The post 206. Random Thoughts about Weight Loss for Runners appeared first on Running Lean with Patrick McGilvray.
Angela talks to Dr Libby Weaver, about how her own beliefs about calorie restriction and intense exercise were challenged when she observed that some individuals were not losing body fat despite their efforts. This realisation led her to delve into the factors that influence the body's ability to burn or store fat. She highlights the role of the nervous system and stress hormones in this process, explaining how constantly elevated levels of adrenaline can impact digestion, fuel utilisation, and cravings for sweet foods KEY TAKEAWAYS The calorie equation is not the sole factor influencing body shape and size. Many people who restrict calories do not see significant changes in body fat or weight loss. The belief that intense exercise is necessary to maintain or achieve a certain body shape is ingrained in society, particularly among women. This mindset can lead to unhealthy habits and unrealistic expectations. Constantly elevated levels of adrenaline, primarily caused by caffeine and psychological stress, can have negative effects on the body. It can lead to compromised digestion, increased desire for sweet foods, and a shift in the body's preferred fuel source from fat to glucose. The stress response has three stages, with the first stage characterized by elevated adrenaline. This stage prepares the body for fight or flight and can create inflammatory compounds. BEST MOMENTS "We were taught that the calorie equation was the only thing that influenced body shape and size." "I ran like that because it was so ingrained in me, in my education that you had to exercise intensely to maintain the way that you are to basically be able to eat." "We really are the first generation of people to have constantly, relentlessly elevated levels of adrenaline and it changes our chemistry." "So many people start their biochemistry being told that glucose is their most effective fuel and they gradually start to lose the ability to use their body fat as fuel." VALUABLE RESOURCES Get a free snapshot of your health and personalised report at www.yourtotalhealthcheck.com Join The High Performance Health CommunityFree Fasting Guide - www.angelafosterperformance.com/fastingPodcast Shownotes - www.angelafosterperformance.com/podcasts Episode 105 - https://omny.fm/shows/high-performance-health/105-hph ABOUT THE HOST Angela Foster is an award winning Nutritionist, Health & Performance Coach, Speaker and Host of the High Performance Health podcast. A former Corporate lawyer turned industry leader in biohacking and health optimisation for women, Angela has been featured in various media including Huff Post, Runners world, The Health Optimisation Summit, BrainTap, The Women's Biohacking Conference, Livestrong & Natural Health Magazine. Angela is the creator of BioSyncing®️ a blueprint for ambitious entrepreneurial women to biohack their health so they can 10X how they show up in their business and their family without burning out. Angela's BioSyncing®️ Blueprint is currently closed. Click here to get on the waitlist. The High Performance Health Podcast is a top rated global podcast. Each week, Angela brings you a new insight, biohack or high performance habit to help you unlock optimal health, longevity and higher performance. Hit the follow button to make sure you get notified each time Angela releases a new episode. CONTACT DETAILS Instagram Facebook LinkedInThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
No matter your stress level, this is a must-listen episode: Physical therapist and coach Chris Johnson talks with hosts Sarah and Amanda about the impact stress has on our daily and athletic lives. In this advice-laden episode, the guest talks about: -how to keep goals from adding to your stress level; -using rate of perceived exertion to minimize exercise-related stress; -a simple routine to relieve neck + shoulder tension; -pivoting your workouts based on your energy levels; and, -“movement snacks” and how to add them to your day. Before the guest comes on around 9:17, Sarah talks about trends she saw at The Running Event trade show, including so.many.running.shoes! When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! For $25 off your first order of any sleeves, use code AMR25 at GOSleeves.com Row for it: Save up to $500 at Hydrow.com and use code AMR at checkout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Do you ever wonder how ultra runners fuel their bodies for a 100-mile race? Join us on an exploration into the world of ultra running with special focus on Kevin's upcoming Daytona race. We delve into the importance of carb loading and hydration, discussing strategies that can help you become a physically and mentally stronger runner.We're not just fixating on the physical aspects of running, but also examining the mindset needed to undertake such extreme challenges. Drawing from personal experiences, we illustrate the journey to Kevin's first 100-mile attempt at the Keys 100. Guiding you through the process of setting and achieving audacious running goals, we offer insights on how to set big goals and start to go after them.Not one to shy away from telling it like it is, we share our experiences with failed race goals and the lessons learned from them. We also discuss the importance of having a supportive community and how social media can be a powerful tool for rallying support, using the example of our Instagram drive for epilepsy awareness. So, buckle up for an inspiring journey into the world of ultra running, loaded with actionable tips and motivating stories to help you conquer your running goals.If you'd like to support Kevin's race and help us raise money for epilepsy education and support, go to: www.kevin100.com Thanks for Listening!!Be sure to hit FOLLOW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player Leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Your ratings and reviews really help and we read each one! Get your free Holiday Running Guide here, and don't miss out!Grab your free Strength Guide for Runners here. Interested in our coaching program? Check out our coaching options here. Grab your free copy of the Running Snapshot by clicking here. Come find us on Instagram and say hi! Don't forget: The information on this website is not intended to treat or diagnose any medical condition or to provide medical advice. It is intended for general education in the areas of health and wellness. All information contained in this site is intended to be educational in nature. Nothing should be considered medical advice f...
Angela talks to Dr Chris Shade, Chris about the concept of longevity and the creation of the Longevity Wheel. The Longevity Wheel is a graphical representation of the key factors that contribute to longevity, including Nrf2 and AMPK activation, NAD optimization, sirtuin activation, telomere maintenance, senolytics, and the neuroendocrine system. Dr Shade explains how each of these factors plays a role in promoting longevity and discusses the importance of supplementation and lifestyle choices in optimising these pathways. The conversation also touches on the impact of genetics, the role of inflammation in aging, and the benefits of fasting and exercise KEY TAKEAWAYS The Longevity Wheel is a graphical representation of the key factors that can affect longevity. It includes Nrf2 and AMPK at the top, followed by NAD, sirtuins, telomeres, senolytics, and the neuroendocrine system. These factors can be targeted through supplementation to promote a younger version of the body. NAD levels naturally decline with age, and this decline can be accelerated by inflammatory processes. Supplementing with NAD precursors, such as NMN or NR, can help maintain NAD levels and support mitochondrial function. It is important to balance NAD supplementation with adequate methyl donors to avoid potential side effects. Telomeres are protective caps at the ends of chromosomes that shorten with age. When telomeres become too short, cells enter a senescent state, characterized by inflammation and reduced cell growth. Senolytics, such as quercetin and fisetin, can help remove senescent cells, while maintaining optimal glutathione levels and Nrf2 activation can support telomere health. Fasting and exercise can stimulate autophagy, AMPK activation, and ketone production, which are beneficial for longevity. Intermittent fasting, especially during specific phases of the menstrual cycle for women, can optimise these processes. BEST MOMENTS "The AMPK charge has berberine and resveratrol and cinnamon, which are strong AMPK activators." "Fasting reboots the immune system. It reboots all kinds of stuff. Often, we want to be able to reverse everything without changing our diet, without doing something like fasting, but you need to do that." "You need a lot of methyl groups for those people. And then the more under stress you are, the more methyl groups you generally need." "Fasting stimulates all of this stuff. Fasting is so freaking good because fasting stimulates all of this stuff. Fasting reboots the immune system." VALUABLE RESOURCES Get a free snapshot of your health and personalised report at www.yourtotalhealthcheck.com Join The High Performance Health CommunityFree Fasting Guide - www.angelafosterperformance.com/fastingPodcast Shownotes - www.angelafosterperformance.com/podcasts The Longevity Wheel - https://www.quicksilverscientific.com/longevity-wheel/ ABOUT THE GUEST Christopher Shade, PhD, founder and CEO of Quicksilver Scientific, continues tobe a driving force of development and innovation in Functional and IntegrativeMedicine, creating high-efficacy detoxification systems for wellness and longevityby employing high-bioavailability delivery systems for nutraceuticals and whole-plant extracts. ABOUT THE HOST Angela Foster is an award winning Nutritionist, Health & Performance Coach, Speaker and Host of the High Performance Health podcast. A former Corporate lawyer turned industry leader in biohacking and health optimisation for women, Angela has been featured in various media including Huff Post, Runners world, The Health Optimisation Summit, BrainTap, The Women's Biohacking Conference, Livestrong & Natural Health Magazine. Angela is the creator of BioSyncing®️ a blueprint for ambitious entrepreneurial women to biohack their health so they can 10X how they show up in their business and their family without burning out. Angela's BioSyncing®️ Blueprint is currently closed. Click here to get on the waitlist. The High Performance Health Podcast is a top rated global podcast. Each week, Angela brings you a new insight, biohack or high performance habit to help you unlock optimal health, longevity and higher performance. Hit the follow button to make sure you get notified each time Angela releases a new episode. CONTACT DETAILS Instagram Facebook LinkedInThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
As a Physical Therapist and online run coach, I have encountered WAY too many runners who have experience disordered eating and don't even know it! A lot of runners seem to have a belief that the perfect time to lose weight is when training for a marathon OR believe that they need to be skinny to be fast. So, in this episode I have Athlete Psychotherapist, Stephanie Roth-Goldberg here to discuss common disordered eating in running.In this episode, we discussDo runners need to be skinny to be considered a runner, and where do you believe this thought came about?What is typically a reason that runners may have this type of belief?How do you manage a runners fear of gaining weight when they are in the middle of training for a marathon?How can a runner work through negative thoughts around weight gain and loss of fitness due to a running injury that requires them to stop running?Generally, what are some healthy habits you would recommend for all runners to maintain a healthy relationship and mindset within running?Stephanie Roth-Goldberg, LCSW, CEDS-S is a psychotherapist specializing in eating disorders and athletes. She has group practices in both NYC and NJ that focus on treating eating disorders through an anti-diet lens. Stephanie works with athletes and the intersection of eating disorders and sports. Stephanie, a runner and triathlete herself is passionate about incorporating movement into eating disorder treatment to help folks feel empowered and connected to their bodies. She regularly presents on the subject of eating disorders and exercise. When Stephanie isn't working, she can be found running around with her two children, writing, or marathon training. Connect with Stephanie Websitehttps://springpsychotherapyandwellness.com/EmailStephanierothgoldberg@gmail.comInstagram:@embodiedpsychotherapist Connect with Dr. KatInstagram- @Runwithkat_dptTik-tok- @Runwithkat_dptFacebook Group- RunwithKat ShowWebsite- RunwithKat.netApply For Run Coaching with Dr. Kat!click here to apply!To Inquire About Physical Therapy with Dr. KatInstagram- @BlueIronPhysioWebsite- BlueIronPhysio.comListen and Subscribe Apple PodcastSpotifyGoogle PlayIHeartRadioAmazon Music
This podcast episode delves into a detailed review of a 2023 study examining bone stress injuries in runners using carbon fiber footwear. The host, drawing from their experience as a physio and running enthusiast, explores the paper's findings, highlighting biomechanical changes observed in runners using these shoes. These changes, such as altered cadence, longer steps, and increased ground reaction forces, are linked to potential risks of bone stress injuries, particularly focusing on navicular bone injuries.Five intriguing case studies of athletes experiencing midfoot pain after using carbon fiber shoes are analyzed, showcasing varying degrees of injury severity, diagnostic approaches, and management strategies. These cases shed light on the challenges of diagnosing and treating these injuries effectively, emphasizing the importance of prompt medical attention.Throughout the episode, Brodie discusses the biomechanics of carbon fiber shoes, the impact on injury risk, and the intricacies of bone stress reactions versus stress fractures. They stress the extended healing timelines associated with navicular bone injuries, offering insights into diverse treatment approaches, ranging from non-weight bearing to surgical intervention.Overall, the podcast episode provides a comprehensive understanding of the complexities surrounding bone stress injuries in runners using carbon fiber footwear, combining research insights with real-life case studies to help listeners navigate and potentially avoid these challenges.Become a Patron!Run Smarter YouTube ChannelReceive Run Smarter EmailsBook a FREE Injury chat with BrodieRun Smarter App IOS or Android Podcast Facebook group
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All active women need to listen to this episode with Stacy Sims, PhD, author of two bestselling books, ROAR and Next Level. This respected performance physiologist and nutrition scientist talks with hosts Sarah and Molly all about supplements for active women, including: -the best online sources for supplements; -the full lowdown on creatine; -how + why to take Vitamin D; -all you need to know about essential amino acids; and, -a supplement that can eliminate poop-breaks mid-run! Before the esteemed guest joins at around 9:29, Molly and Sarah talk about found change and kids home from college. When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! Live a more empowered life: For 10% off your first month, go to betterhelp.com/amr Give the gift of stories: Get $10 off your first purchase at Storyworth.com/AMR Get $30 off your 1st box + free croissants when you start your subscription at Wildgrain.com/AMR or use code AMR at checkout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Angela presents a bitesize version of her conversation with Morgan T Nelson, in which they focus on the four pillars of success and how they can be used to achieve one's goals – aspects which include having a clear vision and outcome in mind, being absolutely clear on what you want and surrounding yourself with people who have similar goals, and taking massive action, aligning your beliefs and values with your goals and maintaining a positive attitude. KEY TAKEAWAYS Having a clear vision is crucial for success Before diving into any goals or strategies, it is important to know your desired outcome and have a clear vision of what you want to achieve. Surrounding yourself with people who have similar goals and aspirations can greatly impact your success. By being in the right environment and connecting with people who are also striving for success, you can learn from each other and support each other's growth. Whether it's through personal development, starting a business, or investing, finding the right vehicle to move you towards your goals is essential. It's important to identify the path or strategy that aligns with your vision and take action accordingly. Timing plays a crucial role in achieving success. Seeing your vision, believing in it, deciding on it, and taking action at the right time are all important factors. Visualisation and belief in your goals can help align your actions and attract the right opportunities. BEST MOMENTS "If you surround yourself with people that have a similar goal... you'll probably start to figure out a thing or two about how to better your own life as well." "All beliefs are completely made up... Why not believe in yourself?" "99% is a bitch and 100% is a breeze." "The third person... They just get up and they just change their sail. No stories, no questions, no complaining. The wind's not blowing my direction." VALUABLE RESOURCES Join The High Performance Health Community Take My Biohacking Quiz and Get A Free Personalised Report - www.yourtotalhealthcheck.comFree Fasting Guide - www.angelafosterperformance.com/fastingPodcast Shownotes - www.angelafosterperformance.com/podcasts Episode 281 - https://omny.fm/shows/high-performance-health/how-to-go-from-mentally-and-physically-broken-to-f ABOUT THE HOST Angela Foster is an award winning Nutritionist, Health & Performance Coach, Speaker and Host of the High Performance Health podcast. A former Corporate lawyer turned industry leader in biohacking and health optimisation for women, Angela has been featured in various media including Huff Post, Runners world, The Health Optimisation Summit, BrainTap, The Women's Biohacking Conference, Livestrong & Natural Health Magazine. Angela is the creator of BioSyncing®️ a blueprint for ambitious entrepreneurial women to biohack their health so they can 10X how they show up in their business and their family without burning out. Angela's BioSyncing®️ Blueprint is currently closed. Click here to get on the waitlist. The High Performance Health Podcast is a top rated global podcast. Each week, Angela brings you a new insight, biohack or high performance habit to help you unlock optimal health, longevity and higher performance. Hit the follow button to make sure you get notified each time Angela releases a new episode. CONTACT DETAILS Instagram Facebook LinkedInThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
"I am so grateful for the professional experiences that I've had, and so grateful for the incredible men in my life. But I feel like I've been the supporting character in my own life. I'm always 'Mark Zuckerberg's Sister' or 'Brent's Wife' or 'So-and-So's Mom.' Every achievement — even though I'm proud of it — is qualified by someone else. The moment I got to break the tape at the half marathon was the first moment in my entire life where I felt like the main character." Randi Zuckerberg is a best-selling author, entrepreneur, host of "Randi Zuckerberg Means Business" on SiriusXM Radio, a TV and theater producer, and a mom of three living in New York City. And yes, her last name is Zuckerberg. Randi is Mark Zuckerberg's sister, and was one of the first employees at Facebook. (She's credited with creating Facebook Live!) But "Mark Zuckerberg's Sister" isn't how Randi wants to be defined, and she has officially entered her Main Character Era — thanks to running. In this conversation, Randi talks about her journey to becoming a marathoner and an ultramarathoner, and recounts her days at the 2023 TCS New York City Marathon (she ran a 3:34:54, earning herself a Boston Qualifying time) and then, two weeks later, her first 50-miler. SPONSORS: UCAN: Click here to get a FREE UCAN energy bar sample pack (you'll just pay the cost of shipping), and use code ALIUCAN for 20% off your next UCAN order. Tracksmith: New customers, use code ALINEW for $15 off your first Tracksmith order over $75. Returning customers, use code ALIGIVE for free shipping, plus a portion of the proceeds from your order will be donated to Moms Demand Action. What you'll get on this episode: How Randi is feeling a few days after running her first 50-miler, and all about her run today (2:05) Randi reflects on running the New York City Marathon (5:50) Randi shares her Turkey Trot plans, and what her family is like on race day (9:15) Meet “Brandi” (12:20) When — and why — Randi became a runner (15:05) On being “too old” to become a runner (21:00) Randi talks about why running the New York Mini 10K changed her life — and got her to run a marathon (28:35) How Randi became the main character in her own life (32:30) All about Randi's New York City Marathon training (40:10) The power of group exercise classes, and how Randi fits fitness into her life (51:40) Randi recaps her race at the 2023 New York City Marathon (53:50) Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Subscribe to the newsletter SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
Running after having kids can feel like an uphill battle, but it doesn't have to be! Join us as we chat with Dr. Caitlin Leneman, the founder of Run Resilient, who shares her personal journey of getting back into running post-childbirth. Caitlin's experiences and insights shed light on how to make the transition simple and enjoyable, rather than a punishing exercise. We take a deep-dive into the importance of maintaining fitness during pregnancy, and how it sets the stage for returning to an active lifestyle postpartum. Dr. Leneman emphasizes the importance of patience, balance, and not rushing the process. Together, we address the mental shift that occurs when transitioning back into running and how the experience changes our relationship with this sport. Remember, it's not about comparing yourself to others, it's about setting realistic goals and focusing on the progress you're making. Running isn't just an exercise, it's a form of self-care for moms. We discuss how to strike a balance between motherhood and personal health, and the importance of having a support system. Caitlin offers her tips on consistency, strength training, and the grace to navigate the transition. We end on a note of encouragement for all mothers looking to find joy and energy in both running and motherhood. This episode is filled with advice, shared experiences, and plenty of motivation to kick-start your running journey. Tune in and let us help you find your stride! Thanks for Listening!!Be sure to hit FOLLOW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player Leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Your ratings and reviews really help and we read each one! Grab your free Strength Guide for Runners here. Interested in our coaching program? Check out our coaching options here. Grab your free copy of the Running Snapshot by clicking here. Come find us on Instagram and say hi! Don't forget: The information on this website is not intended to treat or diagnose any medical condition or to provide medical advice. It is intended for general education in the areas of health and wellness. All information contained in this site is intended to be educational in nature. Nothing should be considered medical advice for your specific situation.
Welcome back to part two of our insightful podcast series with Dr. Tyler Eng, your go-to expert for running technique, training, and performance. In this episode, we continue our journey into the world of running, focusing on the nitty-gritty of programming your training, choosing the right exercises, and setting and achieving your running goals. Join us as we explore the keys to unlocking your running potential.Programming Your Running TrainingEffective training programs are the backbone of any runner's success. Dr. Eng shares his expertise on structuring your running training to optimize performance and minimize the risk of injuries. Discover how to tailor your workouts, plan your rest days, and gradually increase your mileage to reach peak performance safely and efficiently.The Best Exercises for Your Running GoalsWhile running is a fantastic cardiovascular exercise, incorporating targeted exercises into your routine can help you achieve specific goals. Dr. Eng reveals the best exercises to complement your running, whether you aim to build endurance, speed, or strength. Learn how these exercises can enhance your overall running experience.Goal Setting and Avoiding DerailmentSetting clear and achievable running goals is essential for progress. Dr. Eng provides valuable insights into the art of goal setting, breaking down the process into actionable steps. Moreover, he emphasizes the importance of identifying potential derailments and how to mitigate them effectively. Discover how forward-thinking can be your greatest asset on your running journey.Balancing Rest and RecoveryRest and recovery are often underestimated aspects of running. Dr. Eng highlights the significance of balancing hard workouts with adequate rest to prevent burnout and overuse injuries. Understand the science behind rest and recovery and how to integrate them seamlessly into your training regimen.Staying Motivated and ConsistentMaintaining motivation and consistency in your running routine can be challenging. Dr. Eng shares valuable strategies to keep your enthusiasm alive and your running consistent. From finding a running community to varying your routes, these tips will help you stay on track with your goals.Q&A Session: Your Burning Running QuestionsTo wrap up this episode, Dr. Eng answers some of the most frequently asked questions about running, technique, and training. Get expert insights on common concerns that every runner encounters on their journey.Whether you're an experienced runner aiming for a new personal record or a beginner looking to start on the right foot, this podcast episode, based on our enlightening conversation with Dr. Tyler Eng, is packed with practical advice to help you unlock your running potential. Tune in, lace up your running shoes, and embark on a journey to become the best runner you can be.The downloadable guide from Dr. Eng: https://movespace-physical-therapy-performance.ck.page/86026e2261Follow Dr. Eng: https://www.instagram.com/tylereng/?hl=enFor more information on Dr. Hines follow at: https://www.instagram.com/derrickbhines for show notes go to https://www.derrickhines.com and for patient information go to https://www.acadianapain.com
Welcome to the re-release of episode 9 of The Fuel Run Recover Podcast! In this episode, I'm sharing the top reasons why slow running is beneficial for helping you build speed and endurance as a runner. If you've been having trouble improving your race times or can't seem to run for longer than a few minutes at a time, then this episode is a must-listen. Follow me on Instagram @steph.the.runners.dietitian for more nutrition and training content created just for runners. And, learn more about how you can work with me by visiting www.stephaniehnatiuk.com! And don't forget to grab your copy of my free Fueling and Strength Training Guides for Runners by clicking here!
Ever wondered how to safely bend the rules of running training to increase both speed and mileage simultaneously? Well, you're in for a treat! Join us as Kevin, your host and passionate runner, shares his unique approach to preparing for the grueling Daytona 100 race. His strategy defies conventional wisdom by boosting mileage by 5-10 miles per week and involves a delicate balance of hard training and necessary rest. Gain an inside look at the tapering process, the vital role of sleep, and the importance of listening to your body.Now, imagine tackling this intense training while championing a cause close to your heart. Kevin isn't just running for the finish line; he's running to raise awareness for epilepsy. In this chapter, we discuss the mental and physical hurdles of training for an ultra marathon, setting achievable objectives, and staying motivated. We invite you to join us on this journey, not just as passive listeners, but as active supporters. Why not sponsor Kevin's race and join the fight against epilepsy? Get ready to be inspired to run your own life, your own way. Thanks for Listening!!Be sure to hit FOLLOW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player Leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Your ratings and reviews really help and we read each one! Grab your free Strength Guide for Runners here. Interested in our coaching program? Check out our coaching options here. Grab your free copy of the Running Snapshot by clicking here. Come find us on Instagram and say hi! Don't forget: The information on this website is not intended to treat or diagnose any medical condition or to provide medical advice. It is intended for general education in the areas of health and wellness. All information contained in this site is intended to be educational in nature. Nothing should be considered medical advice for your specific situation.
#254 - It's that time of year! I talk about this year's San Francisco Turkey Trot and some cool gift ideas for the runners in your life. I also come clean about some realizations I have about my running these days. It is a jam-packed episode, one you don't want to miss! All the links are on the show website! Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the showMartha Runs the World websitehttps://www.martharunstheworld.com/Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/martha_runs_sf/
In this episode Seann Walsh and Paul Mccaffrey are joined by comedian Fiona Allen to moan about Runners, Drivers & Supermarkets. Follow Fiona @Fionaallencomedy Please Subscribe, Rate & Review Follow us on all our socials Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/whatsupsetyounow/?hl=en Tik Tok - https://www.tiktok.com/@whatsupsetyounow Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaxpHApCFQpOK_oUYm34jwg And for those of you who said that 15 minutes was not enough head on over to www.patreon.com/wuyn where you can support the podcast and get access to full hour long episodes, New sections, Early access to ad free guest episodes, An opportunity to be on the podcast and much more!! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kris first met Steve in Texas a couple years ago while crewing at Bandera 100k. Steve has done some amazing things. He is one of the most supportive people she has ever met she has never known anyone who steps in as much as he does to help others achieve their big goals. While recently crewing and pacing a friend, Beth, for the Bear 100 in Utah, Steve shared his why. Kris was so moved by it she told him he needed to come on the podcast and share more. We love a podcast guest that makes you feel inspired to do more giving. Steve is a 21-year retired Air Force veteran; he has been searching to find his purpose and live a life that is in line with his principals. Steve shares his journey after retiring that takes us through his Dad's passing and becoming sober. He has immersed himself in the trail running community. Steve is making an impact through Band of Runners and bringing awareness to drug and alcohol addiction. Steve is a wonderful person who loves connecting people. I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as we did.
Angela interviews Chris from Timeline Nutrition about their product, Mitopure. They discuss the importance of mitochondrial health and how Mitopure, specifically urolithin A, can improve mitochondrial function and energy production. They delve into the effects of aging on mitochondrial health and how lifestyle factors, such as exercise and nutrition, play a role. Chris shares the results of their clinical studies, which show improvements in muscle strength, endurance, and skin health. They also touch on the potential cognitive benefits of urolithin A and the future research they are conducting KEY TAKEAWAYS Mitopure, a product developed by Timeline, contains urolithin A, which has been shown to improve mitochondrial health and energy production in cells. Mitochondrial health declines as we age, but lifestyle factors such as exercise and a healthy diet can help maintain and improve mitochondrial function. Clinical studies have demonstrated that taking urolithin A in the form of Mitopure can lead to improvements in muscle strength, endurance, and recovery, even in sedentary individuals. Urolithin A has also shown potential benefits for skin health, including reducing wrinkle depth and improving collagen production. BEST MOMENTS "We were able to see that they were improving their muscle strength without following an exercise regimen as well." "We saw an improvement in leg muscle strength that was statistically significant, about 10% over their baseline levels." "We were improving mitochondrial function when we started going into tissue, into cells that are comprising the skin." VALUABLE RESOURCES Join The High Performance Health Community Take My Biohacking Quiz and Get A Free Personalised Report - www.yourtotalhealthcheck.comFree Fasting Guide - www.angelafosterperformance.com/fastingPodcast Shownotes - www.angelafosterperformance.com/podcasts For 10% off at Timeline visit www.timelinenutrition.com and use code ANGELA10 ABOUT THE GUEST Timeline is an innovative Swiss health science company that employs today's leading research and clinical science to develop the next generation of products to promote longevity and cellular health. The company has an extensive intellectual property portfolio, a global strategic partnership with Nestlé Health Science and a successful GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) filing with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For more information on Timeline®, please visit www.timelinenutrition.com. Chris Rinsch, PhD, President and Founder Chris Rinsch is president and founder of Timeline (Amazentis). For more than two decades, he has been an innovator in the life sciences arena. Before founding Timeline in 2007, Rinsch worked in venture capital investing in pioneering life sciences companies in the nutrition space and in biotechnology developing cell-based therapies at the Swiss biotech company ISOTIS SA, formerly Modex SA. ABOUT THE HOST Angela Foster is an award winning Nutritionist, Health & Performance Coach, Speaker and Host of the High Performance Health podcast. A former Corporate lawyer turned industry leader in biohacking and health optimisation for women, Angela has been featured in various media including Huff Post, Runners world, The Health Optimisation Summit, BrainTap, The Women's Biohacking Conference, Livestrong & Natural Health Magazine. Angela is the creator of BioSyncing®️ a blueprint for ambitious entrepreneurial women to biohack their health so they can 10X how they show up in their business and their family without burning out. Angela's BioSyncing®️ Blueprint is currently closed. Click here to get on the waitlist. The High Performance Health Podcast is a top rated global podcast. Each week, Angela brings you a new insight, biohack or high performance habit to help you unlock optimal health, longevity and higher performance. Hit the follow button to make sure you get notified each time Angela releases a new episode. CONTACT DETAILS Instagram Facebook LinkedInThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
We're back Inside the Runners Studio and this week we have a real fun one with Eric from On the Runs Podcast! He runs for mental balance, keeping up with his kids and no cheese pizza! (which, we'll have to get more into in the future!) We had a blast getting to know him better and once you're done listening, head over to IG and follow their pod at @ontheruns. . We're excited to continue getting to know members of the Will Run for Podcast Community in these mini episodes where we put the spotlight on you! To be featured as on a future episode email us at email@example.com
Runners love to run BUT we also procrastinate our workout sometimes.Can you relate? You know you need to get out the door but suddenly you end up checking email, grabbing another snack, or helping one of your kids.How can you trick your mind to getting yourself out for your run or workout more quickly? We share 10 tips for getting yourself out the door for your run faster that will ultimately make you fitter AND more fulfilled.Visit https://www.runningwithgrit.com for more information on running over 40.
Do you bio-hack? What does that even mean? Where does sauna fit, what are the benefits, and what does the science say? We dig into this topic, and find out if Jefé made the plunge into sauna. And we talk a lot about different seasons of life. Well Big Ass Runner Herd member Rick Bonam is in a season where he is running toward the trails. You'll love his perspective on this new season, and why he follows the manta, "find your trail"!Plus, Jeff shares the things he is thankful for in this season. New YouTube channel ->YouTubeBigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Shorts Liners and Socks from XOSkin, discount code "BAR" for 10% offWe recommend Trail apparel and Rain jackets from Janji discount code "BAR15" for 15% offWe recommend Blaze Trails for races in the greater north Texas area We recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketWe recommend Chafing Cream at Salty Britches, discount code "bigassrunner" for 20% offWe recommend Nutrition Guidance with NutriworksStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Cinnamon Bear" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
Runners who think they're going as fast as they can often prove themselves wrong when they start falling behind the competition. In this message, Dr. Tony Evans will explain how those of us who feel like we're playing catch up in life can do the same thing: dig deep, tap into the Lord's strength and finish strong as we face God's judgment seat. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/222/29
Wearable Robot Helps Runners Go Faster We use machines all the time. Here are some ways. We drive cars. We send texts on phones. We watch videos on TVs, computers, and tablets. 我們隨時都在使用機器。例如說我們開車；我們也用手機傳送簡訊；在電視、電腦跟平板看影片。 Some machines copy what people do. These machines are called "robots". 有一些機器可以模仿人類的動作，它們叫做機器人。 Robots in movies look like people. But most robots look very different! An automatic vacuum cleaner is a robot. It copies how people clean floors. A self-checkout machine in a supermarket is a robot. It copies everything a cashier does. 電影裡的機器人看起來很像人類，但是大多數的機器人看起來不像。像是掃地機器人模仿人類清理地板。超級市場的自助收銀台模仿收銀員會做的事。 Do you know about wearable robots? They help people move. Some wearable robots are for people with disabilities. These robots make their lives easier. Other wearable robots make people's arms or backs stronger. These robots help people lift very heavy things. 那你知道穿戴式機器人嗎? 它們幫助人類行動。有一些幫助身障人士，讓他們的生活更輕鬆。也有一些讓人類的手臂跟背更強壯，幫助他們提起重物。 Scientists in South Korea invented a new wearable robot. It helps people run faster! 南韓的科學家發明新的穿戴式機器人，讓人跑得更快! Runners wear this robot on their back, hips, and legs. When they take a step, the robot pulls their back leg forward. That makes runners go faster! 把它穿在背上、臀部跟腿上。當人跨出步伐的時候，這個機器人會拉著後腳向前動，讓人跑得更快。 Robots are everywhere! They're in our homes and on our streets. And now they can be on our legs too! ________________________________________ Vocabulary 現在的機器人，有各種各樣的形式，出現在許多不同的地方。 1. different 不同的。 Hey, check out this robot I've just got. 你看我剛才買的這個機器人。 You call this a robot? 你把這叫做機器人? It sure looks different.看起來真不一樣。 2. do 做。 I know, but it's very smart.我知道，不過它很聰明。 Smarter than your computer? 比你的電腦還聰明? Yeah, it can do a lot of things.對，它可以做很多事。 3. faster 比較快的。 Like what?比如說什麼? Like telling me when an earthquake will happen.比如說告訴我地震什麼時候來，faster than anyone else. 比其他人都快。 4. clean 清掃。 Wow, what else can it do? 哇，它還會做什麼? With its two arms, it can clean up the kitchen for me. 它還可以用兩隻手臂幫我清理廚房。 What do you want your robots to do? different不同的 do做 faster比較快的 clean清掃 ________________________________________ Quiz 1. Which machines copy people? A: Cars B: TVs C: Robots 2. What do wearable robots help us do? A: To think B: To move C: To send texts 3. Where was the new wearable robot invented? A: Japan B: North Korea C: South Korea Answers 1. C 2. B 3. C
Ever dreamed of merging your fitness routine with a vibrant community? Our guest, Gabe Guglione, turned this dream into reality. Founder of Midnight Runners, Gabe gives us insights into his journey of creating this global running community. Not only will you hear about Gabe living out of a suitcase for half a decade, but also about how he cultivated running groups across 60 cities worldwide. Buckle up as we explore the unique format of Midnight Runners, often referred to as an energizing blend of running and boot camp.Gabe shares the growth trajectory of Midnight Runners, from its roots in Berlin to its presence in 18 major cities worldwide. He reveals the careful selection process for every new city, making sure each one aligns with the ethos and needs of the Midnight Runners community. During the show, we put a magnifying glass on the numerous challenges Gabe faced, like mapping out a runner-friendly route in bustling Tokyo or ensuring safety for all members. But it's not all hurdles – Gabe also sheds light on the incredible impact Midnight Runners has had globally, offering young people a sense of belonging and access to fitness in a fun and social setting.As we navigate through Gabe's narrative, we stumble upon the reality of running communities, the importance of maintaining a balanced approach, and the transition of leadership roles. Even after stepping down, staying connected to the community is vital to Gabe. Our chat with him brings to the forefront the organic growth and camaraderie that is deeply embedded in the Midnight Runners' ethos. Moreover, we delve into Gabe's future plans, discussing his thoughts on stability, the challenges of finding a successor, and the necessity to decentralize tasks due to limited funding. We conclude with an inspiring tale of David Hellard, the founder of Run Dem Crew, another global running community that has made significant strides in the running world. This episode is an eye-opening exploration of running communities and a testament to the power of unity.DriSeats.com If you're fed up with leaving your car seats muddy, damp and smelly after sitting in them after your run, check out DriSeats range of car seat covers, designed specifically for runners. Durable, removable and machine-washable, you can claim a Do-Badder discount right now by going to DriSeats.com and using the code BBR20 for 20% off your first order.Love the podcast and these videos? Buy us a beer! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/badboyrunning Join the Bad Boy Running Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/badboyrunning Visit the Bad Boy Running store for merchandise: https://store.badboyrunning.com Join the Bad Boy Running Club here: https://club.badboyr...
Before we even get into it the race, we touched on the World Trail Majors that had been announced one day before this recording and when opportunity presents itself, well, you ask. So that's what we did. In today's show we are focusing on the Black Canyon 100k. The race takes place in February, in Arizona, and is a point to point race along the Black Canyon Trail. The trail is a mix of single track, jeep roads and parts of it are along an old stagecoach route. The race has more elevation loss than gain, with an elevation gain of 5190 feet and loss of 7050 feet over the 100k. Runners have 20 hours to finish, and if you want to make it your Western States qualifier, you have to get it done in under 17. Join us as we sit down with Jamil Coury, the Owner and CEO of Aravaipa Running as we talk all things Black Canyon! If you like the show, leave us a comment or rating to help others hear about it. We appreciate you taking the time to join us. Black Canyon 100k Info: Race Website: Black Canyon 100k Registration information: Register Instagram: blackcanyonultras Checkout more from The Ultra Running Guys: Website: www.theultrarunningguys.com Race: The Hydra - April 20, 2024 Race: The Final Countdown - September 14, 2024 Patreon: www.patreon.com/theultrarunningguys --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theultrarunningguys/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theultrarunningguys/support
We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Uphill Athlete Membership Program. In this episode, Alyssa, Steve and coach Alexa Hasman, reveal details about the program and what new members can expect. They break down the three tiers of the membership as well as the vision behind creating this new offering from Uphill. The three discuss training plan updates, the cost of the programs and best of all, what they are most excited about for the community. Check out the membership options on uphillathlete.com or visit our social channels to find out more.
This is the episode for anyone who is curious how to become a “greener” runner: Hosts Sarah and Molly have an enlightening conversation with Keri Straughn, co-founder of the Low Impact Alliance and co-owner of Palmetto Running Company. This mother runner details: -how making small changes adds up to big differences; -what “plogging,” “greenwashing,” and “circularity” mean; -the environmental footprint of races; -the future of good-for-the-planet shoe manufacturing; and, -how to (easily) shop more responsibly for running gear. Molly details her return to running before the guest joins around 6:00. Listen all the way to the end to learn what book-related milestone Coach Liz reached—and her top three books in 2023—in Miles of Books. When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! Give the gift of stories: Get $10 off your first purchase at Storyworth.com/AMR Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this very special edition, Angela reflects on the incredible journey of the podcast and expresses gratitude to the listeners, and to the wealth of the world's best experts who have joined her across this incredible endeavour. Angela has gone back to the vault, and shares the five key lessons she has learned from the past 300 episodes. To celebrate the 300th episode, we are giving one lucky listener a free Lumen - the no.1 bestselling device to master metabolic flexibility. To enter, follow the podcast and leave a review. Take a screenshot and DM it to Angela on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/angelasfoster/ or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The competition closes at 11:59pm on Sunday 26 November 2023 and the winner will be selected at random and announced on Angela's social media. KEY TAKEAWAYS Blending science and spirituality focuses attention, deliberate actions, and accountability for goal achievement. There's a potential link between birth control and higher risk of major depressive disorder It's vital to gain an understanding of birth control its mental health implications. We should be supporting the endocannabinoid system, using practices like full-spectrum CBD for enhanced mood, balance, and trauma response. proper nourishment for hormonal balance and improved metabolic health. Ketones signal protective measures for mitochondria, and certain foods can boost metabolism for increased energy and longevity. BEST MOMENTS "Women on the pill actually have a diminished desire for facial masculinity." "Instead of bouncing back from things, what we really want to do is bounce forward” "It's never really about the food, it's always about the emotions. And when we address those emotions and we start to change our beliefs, we can shift our focus away from weight to one of health and energy." "Ketones signal our mitochondria to protect themselves at all costs. This enhances metabolism, boosts your metabolic rate, and turns you from a Prius into a Ferrari while also protecting your health." VALUABLE RESOURCES Join The High Performance Health Community Take My Biohacking Quiz and Get A Free Personalised Report - www.yourtotalhealthcheck.comFree Fasting Guide - www.angelafosterperformance.com/fastingPodcast Shownotes - www.angelafosterperformance.com/podcasts Dr Tara Swart - https://omny.fm/shows/high-performance-health/the-science-of-manifestation-how-to-use-neuroplast Dr Sara Hill - https://omny.fm/shows/high-performance-health/how-the-pill-changes-everything-your-brain-on-birt Dr Dani Gordon - https://omny.fm/shows/high-performance-health/cannabis-cbd-and-resilience-with-dr-dani-gordon Dr Libby Weaver - https://omny.fm/shows/high-performance-health/105-hph Dr Stephen Gundry - https://omny.fm/shows/high-performance-health/unlock-the-keto-code-without-actually-going-keto-a ABOUT THE HOST Angela Foster is an award winning Nutritionist, Health & Performance Coach, Speaker and Host of the High Performance Health podcast. A former Corporate lawyer turned industry leader in biohacking and health optimisation for women, Angela has been featured in various media including Huff Post, Runners world, The Health Optimisation Summit, BrainTap, The Women's Biohacking Conference, Livestrong & Natural Health Magazine. Angela is the creator of BioSyncing®️ a blueprint for ambitious entrepreneurial women to biohack their health so they can 10X how they show up in their business and their family without burning out. Angela's BioSyncing®️ Blueprint is currently closed. Click here to get on the waitlist. The High Performance Health Podcast is a top rated global podcast. Each week, Angela brings you a new insight, biohack or high performance habit to help you unlock optimal health, longevity and higher performance. Hit the follow button to make sure you get notified each time Angela releases a new episode. CONTACT DETAILS Instagram Facebook LinkedInThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
The 3rd hour TODAY crew takes a pizza making cooking class. Also, Sheinelle Jones laces up her sneakers for a story about a group in Philadelphia that combines running with art. Plus, a look at how one woman is making vintage clothing store shopping more inclusive for everyone. And, food entrepreneur and author Rachel Mansfield shares a delicious turkey Waldorf salad recipe.
This Thanksgiving, we're talking turkey trots, frost-kissed college days, and the pure thrill of pounding the pavements. We're also sharing some of our own personal stories, and even our listeners' experiences. You'll get a snapshot of the funny, challenging, and even downright weird world of running. Get ready to learn, laugh, and maybe even waddle a little in your turkey trot costume!Who says running is all about fierce competition and punishing pace? Sometimes, it's just about letting loose and enjoying the ride. We'll be discussing the importance of striking a balance between serious goals and good old-fashioned fun. Discover how shifting your perspective can help you appreciate the different aspects of running, be it speed work, endurance runs, or just a leisurely jog around the park. More importantly, we'll talk about celebrating our ability to run, especially in the face of adversity. So, whether you're a casual jogger or a hardened marathoner, it's time to find joy and gratitude in every stride!As we lace up our trainers and hit the road, we'll also be taking a deeper look at the mental and emotional aspect of running. We're peeling back the layers, exploring the importance of appreciating the process and not just the result. Hear our personal stories about the power of gratitude, even in the face of challenges. We'll also discuss how being grateful for our journey, not just for reaching the finish line, can significantly enhance the running experience. So join us, let's celebrate the miles covered, the obstacles overcome, and the person we are becoming. Let's learn to run our lives with gratitude!Sponsor Kevin's 100 mile race here. Thanks for Listening!!Be sure to hit FOLLOW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player Leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Your ratings and reviews really help and we read each one! Grab your free Strength Guide for Runners here. Interested in our coaching program? Check out our coaching options here. Grab your free copy of the Running Snapshot by clicking here. Come find us on Instagram and say hi! Don't forget: The information on this website is not intended to treat or diagnose any medical condition or to provide medical advice. It is intended for general education in the areas of health and wellness. All information contained in this site is intended to be educational in nature. Nothing should be considered medical advice for your specific situation.
Bonus Episodes & Ad Free Episodes: https://bit.ly/44itUDU Noel gives Cody a few birthday surprises. Plus, a 24,000 calorie olive oil taste test, a check in on the hotties of Mr Olympia, and why runners are the ultimate alpha male? This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. Visit https://BetterHelp.com/TMG today to get 10% off your first month. Buy Our Merch: http://shoptmgstudios.com Highlights Channel:https://www.youtube.com/@TMGPodcastHighlightsMain?sub_confirmation=1 TMG Socials: https://www.reddit.com/r/SmallDeliMeats/ https://twitter.com/tinymeatgang/likes https://www.instagram.com/tmgforreal/ https://www.tiktok.com/@tinymeatgang?lang=en CODY http://youtube.com/codyko http://twitter.com/codyko http://instagram.com/codykohttps://www.tiktok.com/@codyko?lang=en NOEL http://youtube.com/thenoelmiller http://twitter.com/thenoelmiller http://instagram.com/thenoelmillerhttps://www.tiktok.com/@notnoelmiller?lang=en If you listen on Apple Podcasts, go to: https://apple.co/tmgstudios Hosted by Cody Ko & Noel Miller, Created by TMG Studios, Cody Ko & Noel Miller, and Produced by TMG Studios, Cody Ko & Noel Miller. Chapters: 0:00 You did NOT!! 2:08 Intro 3:14 Happy Birthday Cody! 7:06 Cody's Surfshack 9:24 Nick Walker is OUT 11:27 BetterHelp 12:48 Derek Lunsford Analysis 15:08 Body Builder Ass 18:23 C&N Do: Body Building 22:50 LA Beast Drinks Olive Oil 27:47 Drinking Straight Olive Oil 30:20 Expired Surstromming Tiktok 34:22 Subscribe to tmgstudios.tv! 36:25 Eating a Can of Botulism 39:54 La Beast Eats 50 Raw Eggs 43:06 Watching in Solidarity 46:02 Cheesecake Factory QR Codes 48:34 To My Everlasting Partner 52:04 Cody is an Ugg Convert 53:16 Slutty Meals in San Diego 57:03 Runners are Alphas Confirmed? 1:00:34 Biohacking Your Age 1:01:40 Cody's Fantasy Lineup 1:05:23 Heading to the BoneZone!
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Angela is joined by Annette Verpillot to discuss the fascinating connection between posture, the brain, and overall health. She explains how our ability to fight gravity impacts our energy levels, longevity, and even blood pressure. Annette emphasises the importance of proper posture and its impact on the nervous system, as well as the role of the feet, jaw, and eyes in maintaining good posture. She also shares insights on how to address unconscious posture habits and offers solutions for improving posture through sensory stimulation KEY TAKEAWAYS Posture plays a crucial role in our overall health and longevity. The way we fight gravity can impact our energy levels, blood pressure, and even lead to chronic inflammation and stress. Proper posture involves the synergy between our feet, eyes, and vestibular system. Imbalances in these areas can lead to postural issues and pain. Therapeutic insoles can be used to stimulate the feet and improve balance and posture. These insoles use a specific frequency to optimise sensory input and reduce postural oscillations. Tongue posture is essential for proper jaw development and breathing. The tongue should be positioned just behind the front teeth and flat on the palate to promote optimal growth and prevent dental issues. BEST MOMENTS "The way we fight gravity dictates our health and longevity." "Gravity is a driving force that is going to build our brains." "If the one factor of fighting gravity is already off balance before we begin our day, then we just end up wearing ourselves out prematurely." "Anything that's going to promote the movement of the foot, I'm a big advocate of." VALUABLE RESOURCES Join The High Performance Health Community Take My Biohacking Quiz and Get A Free Personalised Report - www.yourtotalhealthcheck.comFree Fasting Guide - www.angelafosterperformance.com/fastingPodcast Shownotes - www.angelafosterperformance.com/podcasts Annette Verpillot - https://posturepro.co/annette-verpillot/ ABOUT THE GUEST Annette Verpillot is the founder of Posturepro, a health company specialized in restoring the brain-body connection. She is a Canadian entrepreneur, therapist, public speaker, and internationally recognized Posturologist. Annette has developed some of the world's most advanced rehabilitation and injury prevention techniques, and she teaches a method called The Posturepro Method to professionals in various fields. Her unique postural evaluation system is recognized throughout the world for eliminating chronic pain, increasing strength, and improving sports proficiency. ABOUT THE HOST Angela Foster is an award winning Nutritionist, Health & Performance Coach, Speaker and Host of the High Performance Health podcast. A former Corporate lawyer turned industry leader in biohacking and health optimisation for women, Angela has been featured in various media including Huff Post, Runners world, The Health Optimisation Summit, BrainTap, The Women's Biohacking Conference, Livestrong & Natural Health Magazine. Angela is the creator of BioSyncing®️ a blueprint for ambitious entrepreneurial women to biohack their health so they can 10X how they show up in their business and their family without burning out. Angela's BioSyncing®️ Blueprint is currently closed. Click here to get on the waitlist. She is also the founder of The Female Biohacker Collective - the health coaching membership in your pocket - with monthly live masterclasses, coaching calls and biohacking toolkits. To find out more and become a member, click here. The High Performance Health Podcast is a top rated global podcast. Each week, Angela brings you a new insight, biohack or high performance habit to help you unlock optimal health, longevity and higher performance. Hit the follow button to make sure you get notified each time Angela releases a new episode. CONTACT DETAILS Instagram Facebook LinkedInThis show was brought to you by Progressive Media
Are you confused by carbohydrates? You're not alone! One minute you'll hear how absolutely critical carbohydrates are for your running performance. Then, the next minute you'll hear how completely unnecessary they are and that you really don't need to eat them at all! So, what gives? In this episode I'm answering YOUR questions around carbohydrates for runners, and separating the myths from the facts. Subscribe to The Fuel Run Recover Podcast so you never miss an episode, and be sure to give us a 5-star review too! And don't forget to grab your copy of my free Fueling and Strength Training Guides for Runners by clicking here!
Join us this week as we unravel Kevin's recovery after an intensive run-weekend comprising of a 20-mile and 28-mile run. To sponsor Kevin's 100 mile race, click here.We understand the sheer importance of refueling with high-quality protein and calories, and how this dynamic changes when fueling for a grueling 100-mile race. Kevin's physical and mental preparation opens up intriguing insights into the world of endurance sports. Unveiling another layer to this narrative, we delve into the intriguing realm of nutrition and fueling for optimal performance in endurance races. Kevin shares invaluable nuggets of wisdom, from maintaining strength and mobility to managing sickness and injury, while keeping hia eye on the prize. We talk about the pivotal role of nutrition - think substantial meals and strategic snacking - to keep the fire burning during these intense training sessions. This conversation extends beyond general health guidelines, offering a tailored approach to nutrition and fueling for endurance training. To sponsor Kevin's 100 mile race, click here. Thanks for Listening!!Be sure to hit FOLLOW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player Leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Your ratings and reviews really help and we read each one! Grab your free Strength Guide for Runners here. Interested in our coaching program? Check out our coaching options here. Grab your free copy of the Running Snapshot by clicking here. Come find us on Instagram and say hi! Don't forget: The information on this website is not intended to treat or diagnose any medical condition or to provide medical advice. It is intended for general education in the areas of health and wellness. All information contained in this site is intended to be educational in nature. Nothing should be considered medical advice for your specific situation.
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2023 Holiday Gift Guide for Runners sponsored by RunSwag - https://www.runswag.com/ 1. Your Training Partner/Best Running Friend - No Budget • Weighted Blanket: Improve sleep and recovery with a Gravity Blanket. Check it out here. • Compression Boots: Enhance recovery with TheraBody's RecoveryAir Pro. Explore them here. • Racing Singlet: Find a lightweight dri-fit racing singlet for marathons. Google for options or choose a brand you like. • Customizable Racing Kits: Create personalized racing kits at "42Krunning". Visit 42Krunning. • Garmin Forerunner 955 Solar: Elevate your running experience with the Garmin Forerunner 955 Solar. • Headphones Open Fit by SHokz: Enjoy music without compromising safety. Check out SHokz headphones. 2. Someone New to Running • $200 Gift Card for Running Shoes: Let them choose the perfect pair from a running store. • Runner's World Magazine Subscription: Stay informed and motivated with a subscription. Subscribe here. • Running Belt Spibelt: Carry essentials comfortably with a Spibelt. • Running Belt Flipbelt: Opt for a secure and stylish option at Flipbelt. 3. Secret Santa Gift - Up to $20 • Earbuds JLab Earbuds: Enjoy quality sound with JLab earbuds (PROMO – NADIA15). • Shaped Socks: Step out in style with socks from Rockay (Discount Code: JOE25). • Thin Socks by ASICS: Find comfort in these socks available on Amazon. • Trigger Point Massager by Strong-Tek: Relieve muscle tension with this massager available on Amazon. 4. The Injured Runner • StaminaPro Patches: Aid recovery with StaminaPro patches (PROMO – NADIA15). • Cream by Cani Mend (CBD): Explore the benefits of CBD at Cani Brands. • Calf Sleeve: Support your calves during recovery with Rockay. • Book by David Goggins: Gain inspiration from "Never Finished, Unshackle the Mind and Finish the War Within" on Amazon. 5. The Runner That Needs Help with Nutrition • Maurten: Fuel your runs effectively with products from Maurten. • The Feed Nutrition Samples: Discover a variety of nutrition options at The Feed. • Personalized Nutrition Consultation: Choose from Featherstone Nutrition or Meteor Nutrition. • Protein by BPN: Boost your protein intake with products from Bare Performance Nutrition. • Huma Gel: Fuel your runs with energy from Huma Gel. 6. Running Club Members • Ultimate Direction Accessories: Get 20% off on accessories at Ultimate Direction with promo code NADIA. • Sunglasses for Runners GoodR: Find stylish and functional sunglasses at GoodR. • Headbands for Runners Junk Brand: Explore a variety of headbands at Junk Brand. • Hats for Runners by Sprints: Shield yourself from the sun with Sprints hats. 7. Your Running Coach • Theragun PRO or Mini: Aid recovery with Theragun PRO or Mini. • Rabbit Outrun Zip Shirt: Combine style and functionality with the Rabbit Outrun Zip Shirt. 8. The Runner That Will Be Traveling to Races • Theragun Smart Goggles: Relax on the go with Theragun Smart Goggles. • Pillow Lagoon Pillow The Otter: Ensure a comfortable rest with Lagoon Pillow The Otter. • Personal Item Sized Backpack: Travel efficiently with a backpack from Amazon. • Theragun PRO or Mini: Continue recovery on the road with Theragun PRO or Mini. 9. The Trail Runner • Ultimate Direction Packs: Optimize your trail running experience with Ultimate Direction packs. 10. The Mother Runner • Vital 4U Vitamins Premium: Boost your nutrition with Vital 4U Vitamins Premium. • Self Defense Ring with Knife: Prioritize safety with a self-defense ring with a knife. • Janji Shorts: Stay comfortable with shorts from Janji. 11. Yourself • At-Home Massage: Treat yourself to a relaxing massage with Bodywork by Pau. OUR LINKS Support us and check out RUNSWAG! https://www.runswag.com/ · Our website: www.marathonrunningpodcast.com · Our Instagram: @runningpodcast · Our Amazon Storefront: Amazon Storefront · Join our Facebook group: SpeedStriders Facebook Group
Your in MAINE now, so you better shape up, lest we get some Gators on you! Chomp! Chomp! Stone Cat is back!! The Crew gets to hang out with four awesome people from Maine! Trail Monsters Running Club founder Ian Parlin tells us what it was like to run Stone Cat 50 Mile back in '07 and what is it like now. We also learn about the no nonsense service ethic of the Trail Monsters, where you cant just sign up, or buy your way in. You earn your claws by trail maintenance, and offering support to others. (support is good). And then if you show some promise, you just might be asked to officially join. Trail Monster Tayna Holbrook shares her stories about the club, as well as how she has learned to cope with an allergic reaction to the cold. The Cultra Crew fights over who gets to use the Epi Pen. Jake Chambers shares his story of finishing the Stone Cat 50 mile in a race where 50% did not make it to the finish line. He also shares his perspective as a new runner gaining experience and immersing himself in the Trail community. We finish the episode talking to the absolutely delightful Lila Gaudrault, who finished first overall in the inagural Stone Cat 100K finishing more than 3 hours faster than AFB who was running 50 mile. Lila tells us what it was like to be a XC high school champion as a Sophomore and Junior then step away from XC in order to choose a longer path as she pursues Ultra Running. She is so enthusiastic and eager to take on the challenges that longer distances offer, and we can't wait to watch it happen! Special Thanks are also given to Patrick Caron and TARC for the efforts put forth to preserve and improve this classic event! Trail Animals Running Club TARC Stone Cat Results Learn more about Trail Monsters Running Club Article about Lila Gaudrault deciding to pursue long distance Get your official Cultra Clothes and other Cultra TRP PodSwag at our store! Outro music by Nick Byram Become a Cultra Crew Patreon Supporter basic licker. If you lick us, we will most likely lick you right back Cultra Facebook Fan Page Go here to talk shit and complain and give us advice that we wont follow Cultra Trail Running Instagram Don't watch this with your kids Sign up for a race at Live Loud Running and feel better Buy Fred's Book Running Home More Information on the #CUT112
Thanks to LMNT for sponsoring this video! Head to https://drinklmnt.com/flo to get your free sample pack with any purchase. Jennifer Kellett absolutely crushes the age group divisions. For example, she ran a half marathon in 1:37:31 and broke the Australian 65-69 age category record and at the time was only 2 seconds off the World Record. It wasn't until her early 60s that she made running her primary sport. Jennifer is a member of our Personal Best Running Coaching Program, more info at https://www.pbprogram.com/ Watch the full video on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/IidfDmGAXqs Chapters: 00:00 Intro (Jennifer) 00:27 Intro (Floris) 02:50 Welcome Jennifer! 04:17 Running smarter not harder. 08:18 Going beyond limits, the perception of an age barrier. 11:38 From higher intensity to slowing down in training. 13:10 MAF training “guard rails”, max heart rate and running by feel. 15:53 Advice for people starting out with heart rate training. 17:29 Training in the heat (Australia) 18:40 Recovery strategy for a short turnaround of events, plus breaking records! 21:36 Starting running at different ages. 23:28 Don't chase the squirrel! Letting go of ego and improving self-awareness. 27:17 Jennifer's 2023 Chicago Marathon experience. 33:14 Raceday doesn't always go to plan. Eating on the move? Take your blender! 35:29 Jennifer's training routine, being an intuitive runner and avoiding injury. 41:07 Looking towards the Comrades Marathon. 43:29 Advice for people looking to go further distances. 46:09 Closing thoughts; training load and strength training as we get older. 52:08 Outro. FIND JENNIFER KELLETT HERE: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jenniek1111 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/runningfromoldage Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/19073319 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.kellett.186 LINKS & TOOLS MENTIONED: Per-Olof Åstrand ~ https://www.topendsports.com/testing/history-astrand.htm Stephen Seiler Ted Talk ~ https://bit.ly/47D2OJQ Comrades Marathon ~ https://www.comrades.com/ Vitamix blender ~ https://amzn.to/3Qya8PT YOU CAN FIND ME, COACH FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: Our Personal Best Coaching Program: www.pbprogram.com YouTube: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT Strava: strava.com/athletes/1329785 Instagram: instagram.com/florisgierman Website: extramilest.com Website: pathprojects.com Podcast: extramilest.com/podcast/ Affiliate Disclosure: I may earn commissions if you purchase items via my affiliate links. "As an affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases.” Affiliate links do not increase cost to you. Also, you do not need to use these links. You can also search for these same items in Amazon or on any search engine/shopping site of your choice and buy/research them that way. ABOUT THE EXTRAMILEST SHOW: A podcast and YouTube channel where host Floris Gierman interviews world class athletes, coaches and health experts on the topic of how to become a stronger, healthier and happier athlete. More info about our running coaching program that Jennifer Kellett is a part of can be found at https://www.pbprogram.com. SUBSCRIBE and hit the bell to see new videos: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT
MDJ Script/ Top Stories for Nov 17th Publish Date: Nov 16th Commercial: Henssler :15 From the Henssler Financial Studio, Welcome to the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast. Today is Friday, November 17th and Happy Birthday to Tom Seaver ***TOM SEAVER – NO HITTER*** I'm Dan Radcliffe and here are the stories Cobb is talking about, presented by Credit Union of Georgia. Cobb Sheriff Uses Drone to Nab Suspect Marietta School Board to Issue Final Decision on "Flamer" 21st Annual MDJ Gobble Jog Fights Poverty This Thanksgiving All of this and more is coming up on the Marietta Daily Journal Podcast, and if you are looking for community news, we encourage you to listen and subscribe! BREAK: CU of GA STORY 1: Cobb Sheriff Uses Drone to Nab Suspect Cobb County Sheriff Craig Owens praised the use of a drone unit in the arrest of 28-year-old Antonio Carter for violating probation. Deputies, serving a warrant at a Marietta motel, encountered Carter who fought with them, then fled into nearby woods. The drone unit, along with deputies and K9 units, tracked Carter to a neighboring apartment complex where he was found hiding in a laundry room. Carter was arrested without incident, showcasing the effective use of technology in law enforcement. Owens commended the diligence of the teams involved. Carter, facing probation violation charges, was previously arrested in April for multiple offenses. STORY 2: Marietta School Board to Issue Final Decision on "Flamer" The Marietta Board of Education is set to make a final decision on the fate of the book "Flamer" by Mike Curato at a special meeting. The book was removed from Marietta High School's library due to Superintendent Grant Rivera's judgment of "highly inappropriate, sexually explicit content." Parent Kayla Sargent filed an appeal to reinstate the book, arguing against book banning and claiming the removal is linked to the main character, Aiden, being gay. Supporters of the removal thanked Rivera during public comments. The board's decision on Thursday is expected to be final, but Sargent indicated the community might continue addressing the issue through elections. STORY 3: 21st Annual MDJ Gobble Jog Fights Poverty This Thanksgiving The 21st annual Gobble Jog, sponsored by the Marietta Daily Journal, will take place on Thanksgiving at Marietta Square to support MUST Ministries in fighting poverty. The event, featuring 10K, 5K, one-mile, and "tot trot" courses, is expected to draw 10,000 runners, aiming to raise over $500,000 for food donations, shelter, job creation, and other resources for the impoverished in Cobb and nearby counties. Dr. Dwight "Ike" Reighard, CEO of MUST Ministries, emphasizes the impact of the race, stating that participants are not just running for their health but making a meaningful difference in the community. Runners can register online or in person on race day, and "phantom runners" are encouraged to support MUST from a distance. We have opportunities for sponsors to get great engagement on these shows. Call 770.799.6810 for more info. We'll be right back Break: ESOG – ELON – DAYCO STORY 4: Cobb Commission Debates DA's Request For More Funding Cobb Commissioner Keli Gambrill voted against approving $680,000 for eight full-time victim advocates in Cobb District Attorney Flynn Broady Jr.'s office, citing concerns about using county funds and equity. Broady, facing a reduction in Victims of Crime Act grant funding, sought county support. Gambrill questioned why other departments with staffing needs weren't considered and argued using insurance premium taxes was against board policy. Commissioner Jerica Richardson suggested strategic planning for county program funding. Despite acknowledging equity concerns, Commissioner Monique Sheffield emphasized the responsibility to protect Cobb residents. Chairwoman Lisa Cupid acknowledged Gambrill's points but stressed the importance of funding victim support services as mandated by state law. Gambrill criticized the decision, alleging campaign-related motivations. STORY 5: Marietta School Board Extends Superintendent's Contract Superintendent Grant Rivera's contract with Marietta City Schools has been extended through December 31, 2026, following a 6-0 vote by the Board of Education. The contract includes a 5.5% pay increase, raising Rivera's base salary to approximately $247,200, with a total pay package, including benefits, reaching about $392,200. This marks an increase from his previous base salary of about $234,400, with an additional $10,000 annual bonus. Rivera has been serving as superintendent since January 2017, and the board expresses enthusiasm about his continued leadership in the district. Georgia state law limits superintendent contracts to three years, and the board has been annually extending Rivera's contract to meet this requirement. We'll be back in a moment Break: DRAKE – INGLES 10 – Christmas Piedmont STORY 6: Spending Plan: Mableton Expects to Take in Nearly $4 Million through June 2024 The Mableton City Council discussed the city's transitional spending plan, serving as a de facto budget until June 30, 2024. Although not obligated to have a budget currently, city officials aim for transparency. The plan outlines revenue streams, with motor vehicle taxes expected to bring in $2.25 million, insurance premium taxes $500,000, franchise fees $400,000, and business and occupation taxes $350,000. Total anticipated revenue is $3.93 million, primarily from taxes. Major expenditures include salaries, code enforcement, and legal representation, with $112,500 budgeted for mayor and council salaries, $431,500 for code enforcement, and other allocations. Residents expressed support for the plan, acknowledging its transparency. A business license fee ordinance was discussed but not officially acted upon. The city aims to pass the transitional spending plan on November 30. STORY 7: Kennesaw State Bailey School of Music to Present Holiday Concert Kennesaw State University's Bailey School of Music will present its 2023 Holiday Concert on December 2 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. The annual tradition includes over 200 KSU students and faculty performing holiday classics, classical pieces, and music from popular holiday movies. The lineup features selections like a "Frozen" medley, Tchaikovsky's "Pas De Deux" from The Nutcracker, Kevin Phillip Johnson's "Children, Go Where I Send Thee," and David Eddleman's "Bidi Bom" for Hanukkah. The concert will also include traditional tunes like "Greensleeves" and "Mary, Did You Know?" The program promises a lively and festive celebration of the holiday season. 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Runners: Does the weight room feel like the wild west? We get it, but strength training has serious benefits and doesn't need to be initmidating. As a runner, you're doing a serious disservice to your training regime if you're ignoring strength! This episode, we break down why strength training is important for runners, how much you need, and what to focus on. Fast healthy runners are strong runners, and we hope you'll walk away from this episode conviced of the benefits of strength training and feeling more confident about how to implement it! This episode is hosted by Jessica O'Connell, MSc, CSEP-CEP, OLY, and Faye Stenning, BKin, and coaches at Grit Coaching! We offer custom run and strength training for runners, OCR, and hybrid athletes like you!
This is a episode on our series we call, Endurance off the Trail, where we look at other endurance sports and see what we can learn from them to make us better trail runners. In this episode, we talk about the endurance event that preceeded the Western States Endurance run, The Tevis Cup. This is a 100-mile endurance event that follows the Western States trail by man and their partner horse. We are honored to talk with a legend of this race, Hal Hall. Hal, an Auburn native has completed this race 32 times and holds the record for the most top-10 finishes (14) and three championships beginning at the age of 14! He has also competed internationally. With Hal's expertise in horse conditioning for the race, we thought he could teach us something about human conditioning.
How often have you laced up your running shoes and set off alone, believing that running is a solitary sport? Prepare to have your perspective shifted as we uncover the multitude of support systems that surround every runner and how they fuel our motivation and consistency. Whether it's a running buddy who matches your pace or a virtual connection that forms a deep bond, every runner benefits from a network that understands the unique intricacies and sheer effort of the sport. Join us as we navigate through the myriad of support systems and coaching options available within the running community. We shed light on the significant contributions of friends, family, mentors, and coaches to your running journey. We'll also discuss the importance of discerning the source of advice and differentiating between what works for some and what works universally. As we conclude, we invite you to consider the diverse forms of support within your circle of influence. Discover how even those who may not grasp the details of running, or even an adorable pet, can offer encouragement and understanding. We'll also share tips on how to find running support, connect with running clubs, and how to leverage virtual tools to keep you motivated, encouraged, and accountable. So tie up those laces, hit the pavement, and remember, you're not alone in this run. Let's connect and cultivate a running support system together on the Real Life Runners podcast.Support Kevin's 100 mile race by clicking here. Thanks for Listening!!Be sure to hit FOLLOW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player Leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Your ratings and reviews really help and we read each one! Grab your free Strength Guide for Runners here. Interested in our coaching program? Check out our coaching options here. Grab your free copy of the Running Snapshot by clicking here. Come find us on Instagram and say hi! Don't forget: The information on this website is not intended to treat or diagnose any medical condition or to provide medical advice. It is intended for general education in the areas of health and wellness. All information contained in this site is intended to be educational in nature. Nothing should be considered medical advice for your specific situation.
Is there anything worse than needing an emergency bathroom stop on a run... except for needing TWO? What about when our poor gut health interferes with our ability to absorb important micronutrients or tolerate the fuel we need to power our long runs and races? Sports dietitian Kylee Van Horn, RD (@flynutrition) is here to talk all about gut health for runners! Including... What IS "good gut health" in general and how can we support it? Our gut microbiome Can changes in our gut health signal when our training balance is appropriate vs inappropriate? How does "nutritional training" work to help us handle more fuel & fluids? Signs your gut health isn't great (& what to do) And more! Kylee Van Horn, RDN is an endurance sports dietitian, who takes a balanced, sustainable approach to fuel the every day up to the elite athlete. Her mission is to separate facts from fads in the nutrition space and work to provide easy nutrition solutions to help improve health and performance. Today, Kylee is the founder and owner of her sports nutrition business Flynutrition, which helps runners, triathletes, and skiers to learn not only the ‘why' but the ‘how' behind fueling for performance. She also is a freelance writer for Trail Runner Magazine, Women's Running Magazine, and Outside Online. Beyond her work in sports nutrition, Kylee can be found running peaks near Aspen, CO with her three Australian shepherds and ultra-endurance husband, Sean.
Have a question you'd like Kelly to answer on an upcoming episode? You can submit a written question or record your question here: https://www.badassladygang.com/podcast Join our free online community! https://balgcommunity.com In need of affordable coaching and a group to lean on for support? Join our BALG Training team monthly or annually: https://www.badassladygang.com/join-our-team In need of an affordable running plan that won't overtrain you, comes with weekly emails, mental game tips, and strength videos to help you prep for race day? Check out our running plans: https://www.badassladygang.com/running-plans In need of runner & athlete specific strength, Yoga, and Functional Movement workouts? Checkout our Functional Movement Functional Yoga space: https://www.balgcommunity.com/plans/322118?bundle_token=04692d7ef1d0903e47d03d4a57552057&utm_source=manual In need of strength work to help support your training? Introducing Functional Movement Functional Yoga (FMFY), your ultimate destination for optimizing running strength, enhancing mobility, and refining your training through a unique fusion of yoga and dynamic functional movements. Our comprehensive approach is tailored to runners and athletes of all levels, offering a holistic and empowering experience that goes beyond traditional workouts. Try one week free! https://www.balgcommunity.com/plans/322118?bundle_token=04692d7ef1d0903e47d03d4a57552057&utm_source=manual Join one of our free in-person chapters for a run/walk! ALL athletic levels are welcome. https://www.badassladygang.com/chapters We have chapters in: NYC Tampa Duluth North East PA (NEPA) Philadelphia Orlando Toronto Ottawa Cincinnati San Diego Follow Kelly on Instagram: https://instagram.com/kellykkroberts Follow Kelly on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@kellykkroberts Follow Badass Lady Gang on Instagram: https://instagram.com/badassladygang
One of the more controversial topics in running (other than the debate over footwear choices) is the importance of flexibility. Coaches, experts, and runners disagree over the role flexibility plays in preventing injury or boosting performance and how to improve it. However, part of this disagreement lies in a misunderstanding of what defines flexibility and stretching. So, on today's show we're going to interview a pioneer in the world of flexibility, Phil Wharton. Phil is going to explain more in-depth… The concept of active flexibility How it's different from traditional stretching And how and when to best implement it in your training to stay injury-free. Take out your notebooks and pencils for this one, it's a masterclass in pre and post run injury prevention. Wharton Health - whartonhealth.com/whartonhealthlibrary Active Stretching for Runners - runnersconnect.net/ais-downloads/ Connect, Comment, Community Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Join the Elite Treatment where you get first dibs on everything RTTT each month! Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT! This week's show brought to you by: BiOptmizers As you know, one of the main sponsors of this podcast is BiOptimizers. We love their commitment to research, the highest quality ingredients, and effective dosages across all of their supplements. That's why I am excited that this year they are extending their Black Friday sale throughout the whole month of November. If you're already a fan, now is the time to stock up and, if you haven't tried them yet, here's your chance to lock in a huge discount. Plus, they back up their products with a rock-solid 365-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked. Trust me when I say this – you won't find a better Black Friday deal anywhere else, not even on the mighty Amazon. We all have those never-ending Black Friday wishlists, but this year, I challenge you to put your health at the top of that list. You can find all the details at bioptimizers.com/runtothetop and enter code RUN10 at checkout. Don't miss out on this MEGA deal throughout the month of November. LMNT Did you know that you're likely to sweat as much, if not more, in the winter than in the summer? That's because we often wear such warm clothes to start our runs, which leads to more sweating towards the end. Plus, the sweat gets absorbed by our clothes, so it's harder to notice. Now, you already know that when you sweat, you lose electrolytes, which are essential for your body's best performance. But you've also been told that too much salt is bad for you, so it can get confusing to know what to do. The truth is that athletes, healthy eaters, and heavy sweaters all need more sodium and just about everyone needs more potassium in their diet and we don't need a bunch of sugar and artificial junk along the way. LMNT is the hydration solution designed with athletes and everyone who sweats in mind. Element comes in lots of salty flavors that even the saltiest sweaters will love, such as citrus, raspberry, and orange. It even comes unflavored for those who prefer the clean, salty taste. That's why we recommend all runners check out LMNT this winter. It's loaded with everything you need to replenish your electrolyte balance with 1000mg of sodium, 200mg of potassium, and 60mg of magnesium, and doesn't include anything you don't need like extra sugar or anything artificial. Even better, they are currently running a special deal where you can get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any order. So, order your favorite flavor and get a free sample pack to try out new flavors or share with your running friends. To claim this exclusive deal you must go to drinkLMNT.com/runnersconnect.
Jason Schuchard was first exposed to running as a kid by his mom who was an avid runner. Since then, running has continued to be part of his life in various forms and fashions. Check out the full show notes for today's episode at http://DizRuns.com/1203. Are you ready to take your running to the next level by working with a coach? Check out http://DizRuns.com/coaching for details on the various levels of coaching that I have available. Love the show? Check out the support page for ways you can help keep the Diz Runs Radio going strong! http://dizruns.com/support Become a Patron of the Show! Visit http://Patreon.com/DizRuns to find out how. Get Your Diz Runs Radio Swag! http://dizruns.com/magnet Subscribe to the Diz Runs Radio Find Me on an Apple Device http://dizruns.com/itunes Find Me on an Android http://dizruns.com/stitcher Find Me on SoundCloud http://dizruns.com/soundcloud Please Take the Diz Runs Radio Listener Survey http://dizruns.com/survey Win a Free 16-Week Training Plan Enter at http://dizruns.com/giveaway Join The Tribe If you'd like to stay up to date with everything going on in the Diz Runs world, become a member of the tribe! The tribe gets a weekly email where I share running tips and stories about running and/or things going on in my life. To get the emails, just sign up at http://dizruns.com/join-the-tribe The tribe also has an open group on Facebook, where tribe members can join each other to talk about running, life, and anything in between. Check out the group and join the tribe at https://www.facebook.com/groups/thedizrunstribe/