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Anh Bui joins the podcast to talk about her journey to becoming a Doctor of Physical Therapy, starting her own run coach and PT business, Run Resiliently, and breaking 3 hours at CIM after DNFing at the Chicago Marathon. Some highlights from our conversation:
16: Improving tech skills in your homeschool in 2022 We discussed why it is important to keep improving tech skills for both you and your children – listen to the episode for that info. Websites mentioned in this episode: Pixlr – photo editing Strava – fitness monitoring app Lynda – lots of classes, often free […] The post Improving tech skills in your homeschool in 2022 appeared first on Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network.
Sara Dimmick is the Founder and co-partner of Physical Equilibrium. New York City's premier boutique gym, fitness center offering personal training, nutrition, triathlon and run coaching, post-rehabilitation and therapeutic services. Sara shares where her journey into personal training and entrepreneurship began. We talk about her early roots in dance, how this career path brought her to the Big Apple after college and how it positioned her for success in training clients across many other realms of exercise and fitness. We touch upon the importance of heavy lifting and strength training and how Sara and the team at Physical Equilibrium focus on designing effective and safe gym programs for clients to excel and stay injury-free. Sara shares how the gym specializes in post rehabilitation fitness and works closely with physiatrists, physical therapists, chiropractors, and other medical professionals to bridge the gap between therapy and active lifestyle. Of course we talk triathlon, swimming and marathoning. And, I get the scoop on Sara's coaching philosophy, and what races she is tentatively planning to do this summer. As a personal trainer, running and tri coach, mom to an adorable seven year old son, business co-owner and triathlete, Sara has a busy schedule, but she always makes time to workout, even if it's just 30 minutes. CONNECT Sara Dimmick on Instagram Physical Equilibrium on Instagram Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! TRAIN WITH ME Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health! Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy!
“You find confidence and you find trust and you have to have faith in yourself. Without having faith in yourself, you're never going to go off and do things.” Jonathan Throne is a badass ultra trail runner and software engineer who lives up in northern California. Jonathan details being a former US Army Reserve member, how he lives with a genetic disorder, getting through major surgery, running and his diet. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. XOSKIN show code: Road Dog Listeners get a special 15% off at https://www.xoskin.us Allwedoisrun.com Jonathan Throne Contact Info: IG: https://www.instagram.com/jonthroneultra/ Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/40600376 Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: email@example.com yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com
Dirk Friel is the Co-Founder of TrainingPeaks, the Host of the CoachCast Podcast, he is the U.S. Ski Mountaineering 2020 Masters Champ and before that, he was a Pro-Cyclist! TrainingPeaks is one of my favorite training tools! I definitely mention it in most athlete centric conversations on the podcast. If you are not familiar, it is the ultimate training tool and digital platform for athletes and coaches to plan their training, set goals, measure and track data and progress. It's compatible with over 100 fitness apps and devices including Garmin, Strava, Apple watch, Zwift, and so much more. If you are new to the world of data tracking, insight, and analytics, TrainingPeaks is game changing for optimizing your performance and offers a great visual dashboard into all of it. They also have a great database of training programs for many sports and athletes of all levels including running, triathlon and cycling. This is Dirks second time on the Marni on The Move podcast. We also caught up back on episode 117. Today, Dirk and I sync up about what's new at Training Peaks, where it began, and how it has grown, We talk about the training currently fueling him for success as he is gearing up for another season of Ski Mountaineering this winter. We talk about where he is at with his cycling, and since he spends a good amount of time outdoors training, I get some terrific layering tips and advice for cycling and running! CONNECT Dirk Friel on Instagram TrainingPeaks on Instagram Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! TRAIN WITH ME Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health! Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy!
Welcome to 2022, and a new flow of Tempo Talks episodes! We are excited to be back, shaking off the rust, and chatting with EPIC guests. We're starting the year off with a banger! Tyler Fox just placed 2nd at the Bandera 100k and punched his ticket to Western States. Sit back and enjoy this one. We know we did. Connect w/ Tyler Tyler's Instagram We're Probably Running (Coaching) Tyler's Strava Connect w/ Us! Aaron's Instagram Ryan's Instagram Tempo Talks Podcast Group on Strava Aaron's Strava Ryan's Strava
Formada em administração de empresas, ela passou pela Coca-Cola e algumas agências de publicidade, até decidir que queria trabalhar com esportes. Usou suas conexões e bateu na porta da Nike. Alguns meses depois, surgiu a oportunidade que ela agarrou com todas as suas forças. Participou daqueles anos de empolgação máxima pré Copa do Mundo e pré Rio 2016. Depois de oito anos, decidiu mais uma vez que era hora de mudar e descobriu através do LinkedIn que o Strava estava procurando alguém exatamente com o seu perfil. Hoje, pouco mais de 2 anos depois ela ocupa a cadeira de Country Manager do aplicativo que possui a maior comunidade esportiva do mundo, onde o Brasil ocupa lugar de destaque, com o segundo maior número de usuários. Em mais de duas décadas praticando a corrida, ela já participou de mais de 100 meias maratonas e 2 maratonas. Se tudo correr bem, tem planos de estrear no triathlon ainda este ano. Conosco hoje a comunicativa, super bem relacionada e toda poderosa do Strava no Brasil, a carioca Rosana Nogueira da Gama Fortes. Inspire-se! SIGA e COMPARTILHE o Endörfina através do seu app preferido de podcasts. Contribua também com este projeto através do Apoia.se. Um oferecimento de @BOVEN_ENERGIA. Você conhece a Boven? Há mais de uma década, a Boven gerencia projetos e negocia a entrada de novos clientes no Mercado Livre de Energia. Com uma equipe experiente, a Boven se compromete com os bons resultados, atuando através de escritórios espalhados pelo Brasil. Descubra as vantagens de ser livre e saiba se sua empresa também pode ingressar nesse mercado. Seja livre, fale com a Boven. Boven, energia que inspira! Visite BOVEN.COM.BR e siga @BOVEN_ENERGIA.
Amy Leedham, professional trail runner, 2:48 marathoner, architect and sustainability consultant, wife, and mother to Aila, joins the podcast to talk about her postpartum journey and how she balances running at a high level with work and now motherhood. Some highlights from our conversation: ⚽️ Love for running started on the soccer field
Meagan and Sue ring in 2022 with some New Year's Resolutions and running goals, two successful Holiday Run Streaks, more discussion of Running with Sherman in Meagan's Book Club, a Runner Girl of the Week has new watch issues, plus we have a voicemail from an Ironwoman on the Runner Girl's Hotline. Meagan's Book Club Current selection: Running with Sherman by Christopher McDougall Runner Girls Book List on Amazon Runner Girl of the Week Erin on Strava
A weekly news show with Matt B. Davis and Dave Claxton discussing items of the week for Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, and all other OCR-related news. Topics this week include the brand new Spartan North American Elite Series. Includes special guest, Chriz Scherf from Mexico. Strava from Ajusco. Another one is here. Intro and Outro Music by: The Luxury Kings ORM YouTube Channel Support Us On Patreon Today's show is sponsored by Rugged Maniac. Use code ORM22 for discounts on all races. Also, you can apply to be a part of the Mud Squad!
Frankie Ruiz is the Chief Running Officer at Life Time, Co-Creator of The Life Time Miami Marathon, and Co-Founder of Baptist Health Brickell Run Club, the world's largest weekly free run club, powered by Nike! In addition, Frankie is also the City of Miami's Chief Wellness Officer and also coaches Cross Country at Belen High School, where he has lead the team to 12 State Championships and 1 SE National Regional Nike NXN Title. On the Marni On The Move podcast today, Frankie and I sync up about where his passion for running began, what he continues to love about the sport, and how just two decades ago, he turned his passion into his career! 2022 is the 20 year anniversary of the iconic Miami Marathon. I get the story on how it started and how it has grown. Frankie shares insight into both the Marathon and Half Marathon race course and key things runners should know about each distance. We talk race day hydration, nutrition, and typical race day temperatures. Frankie also offers ideas on where to stay. I also get the scoop on how, when and why he started the Baptist Health Brickell Run Club and how this super fun, very social Tuesday night run club has evolved over the years. Of course I sync up with Frankie about the exercise and wellness currently fueling him for success and he shares some of the key learnings he takes from the sport to everyday life. CONNECT Baptist Health Brickell Run Club on Instagram Life Time Marathon on Instagram Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! TRAIN WITH ME Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health! Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy!
Hey Friends! My DMs and inbox have been full of questions lately about one specific topic – toxic relationships, and ultimately, toxic people. How to deal with them. How to identify them. And how to safeguard yourself against them as a Christian. So, I'm bringing back an episode from the archives with my friend Gary Thomas, where he talks in depth about toxicity, how to be in relationship with others, and how to break free of a toxic cycle. I hope it's helpful to you as we invest in our emotional and relational health together in 2022! Listen in to learn more about: 1. The difference between a difficult relationship and a toxic one 2. Playing spiritual offense vs spiritual defense 3. Why it's so important to break free from toxic cycles Favorite quotes: 1. If somebody is trying to get you to stop being you or get you to stop doing what you are convinced God wants you to do- for you that person is toxic. It's an attack on your being and an attack on your mission. 2. Jesus had such freedom to walk away and it wasn't about failing or succeeding it was about the person just not receiving. 3. I walk away from toxic people not to go binge Netflix. I walk away to invest with reliable people. I walk away from toxic relationships into healthy relationships. Great things we discussed: 1. Gary Thomas 2. When To Walk Away 3. Kari Jobe: Steady My Heart 4. A Practical Treatise Upon Christian Perfection 5. Strava app 6.. Kari Jobe : Favorite Place 8. Encanto 9. Standing Strong P.S. Gary will be back later this month for a new episode, and I can't wait for you to find out what we're talking about then. It's a good one, y'all! Hope you loved this episode! Be sure to subscribe in iTunes and slap some stars on a review! :) xo, Alli www.alliworthington.com/garythomas2/
Heute eine heiße Disskussion darüber, ob wir eine Festive 500 inkl. Indoor-Fahren gut finden oder nicht. Aber natürlich auch ein paar Strava-Routenplanung-Neuigkeiten, Infos zum Zwift Event und ein paar kleine Erfahrungsberichte zur Festive 500.
There's a new bike called Capti and John Mills has questions. Dr. Jenn - Structuring your 2022 goals. Bloomberg writes about Strava vs. Peloton when it comes to loyalty. LG TVs offer the Peloton app and a visit to the doctor. Angelo joins us to talk about low glycemic index eating plans. The Today Show has 9 inspirational quotes from Peloton instructors. Rad Lopez was on Good Day New York. Shape Magazine talks to Camila Ramon. Becs Gentry was on the Hurdle podcast. InStyle talks to multiple Peloton instructors about how to stick to your resolutions. Daniel McKenna has a new puppy. Rebecca Kennedy and Andy Speer put together a special Spotify playlist. The Evening Standard spotlights Peloton alternatives. The latest artist series features The Doors. Peloton wants you to try different instructors. Callie Gullickson has a boot camp challenge. Robin Arzon is doing a January strength stack. Ben Alldis has a January challenge. There's a new apparel drop. Past guest Zach Honig got engaged. Birthdays - Adrian Williams (01/09), Hannah Frankson (01/11) All this plus our interview with Keith Dyke! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! https://www.theclipout.com/
Diaa Noor is the Founder and CEO of Ventum,the world famous luxury bicycle brand with some of the most beautiful, high performance bicycles ever created for road, triathlon, and gravel. Beyond the great design, Ventum has shifted the paradigm for bike buying with their direct to consumer business model, personalized fit and spec options at the point of purchase, including everything from components and wheels to bar width, stem length, and even gear range. I had so much fun syncing up with Diaa during todays conversation on the podcast! We talk about how Ventum came to fruition and the inspiration behind him launching this company, and he offers great entrepreneurial tips and advice. We also chat about his his passion for endurance sports, training, his fave gear, and how he is currently staying healthy and fit. CONNECT Diaa Noor on Instagram Ventum on Instagram Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! TRAIN WITH ME Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health! Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy!
Un repaso al Garmin Venu 2 Plus, su nuevo smartwatch ahora con micrófono y altavoz para hacer llamadas y usar el asistente desde el reloj. Todos los detalles del Garmin Venu 2 Plus https://www.palabraderunner.com/garmin-venu-2-plus/ Pedro en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Todo el material que recomiendo: https://www.amazon.es/shop/palabraderunner - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Lista de música colaborativa en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3HKZ7jyeix7lgyXuOmaZU9?si=LxewE053T96-KesQA7Ze7g Instagram: https://instagram.com/palabraderunner/ Web: https://www.palabraderunner.com https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner Mi Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 Facebook: https://facebook.com/palabraderunner/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/palabraderunner/ Club Palabra de Runner en Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner
218: Kristian from Norway returns Brad cross-trains through the week. Julian starts the week with a win at the Anglesea Roo Run. Kristian Ulriksen from Norway joins from Barcelona where he ran a road 5k PB at Cursa Del Nassos. He gives a lot of insight to the Ingebrigtsen/Norwegian way of training and some of his plans for the upcoming months. Road 5K World Records fell from Ethiopian duo Berihew Aregawi and Ejegayehu Taye. Berihew Aregawi broke Joshua Cheptegei's record in 12:49 while Ejegayehu Taye ran 14:19. World Athletics Report San Silvestre Vallecana 10k on New Year's Eve taken out by Degitu Azimeraw of Ethiopia and Mohamad Katir of Spain. World Athletics Report Stewy McSweyn runs off scratch at the Burnie Gift Mile TAL Results Listener Question asks what Australia's Distance Medley Relay would look like and Moose wonders what the hell is happening in intense Strava conversations that aren't English. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/ Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
Neil Tolaney is a General Partner at TCV, the storied Silicon Valley investment firm that focuses on private and public high-growth technology companies. Notably, Neil balances his career with being the dad of four young children. With over $24 billion of assets under management, some of TCV's investments have included NetFlix, Spotify, Zillow, LegalZoom, and Strava. In this conversation, we discuss leadership, building high-performing teams and Neil's learnings from his vast experience supporting companies through their journeys to become category leaders. You can follow TCV @TCVTech on Twitter. Please hit subscribe / follow wherever you listen and if you listen on Apple podcasts, please take a moment to give this show a 5-star rating. It helps the show rank higher in search so more people can find the powerful lessons my guests share. Thanks to everyone who has taken a moment to subscribe, follow and hit the stars. If you have feedback or want to recommend a guest, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You are what you overcome. Choose the Hard Way.
A weekly news show with Matt B. Davis and Dave Claxton discussing items of the week for Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, and all other OCR-related news. Topics this week include the announcement of the OFX Team, to coach or not to coach, the Strava year in sport, hoping against hope for Spartan announcements, and more. Intro and Outro Music by : The Luxury Kings ORM YouTube Channel Support Us On Patreon
Do you find running a grind? Are you just floating along not really doing much? Tipping along is all well and good for some of the year but to really extract that joy and sense of achievement from running the right goal might be all you need. But how do you find the right one? Let Sonia explain via Jarlath's goal to run a sub-20 minute 5K. Yes, you've heard of Kipchoge's breaking two project well welcome to Jar's breaking 20 project. It's like Kipchoge's enterprise with pints, complaining and dumb questions from Jar. You can come on the journey too. Join us on Strava and become a member of Sonia's running club. There's news on the annual meet-up run in the Phoenix Park and lots more. To hear every episode in full and to gain access to the entire back-catalogue of over 500 Irishman Abroad episodes that are not available on iTunes for just the price of a pint every month visit www.patreon.com/irishmanabroad Join our running event on strava.com/clubs/irishmanrunningabroad and help raise vitally needed funds for our chosen charity partner jigsaw.ie and all the work they do to support young people in Ireland. Why not join Jarlath in raising money for Jigsaw by signing up to the Irishman Abroad challenge over at https://www.idonate.ie/event/2576_.html Supplementary research provided by John Meagher. The Irishman Abroad Liveline is now open. You can now get in touch with us and feature on our shows by sending your WhatsApp voice note to 0044 7543 122 330. Why not pose a running question to Irish Olympic Legend Sonia O'Sullivan or ask our America Correspondent Marion McKeone her thoughts on a current talking point Stateside? Of course, if you have an issue with traffic or elephants on the loose in your area, Jarlath can do his best to sort that out too. Our charity partner is jigsawonline.ie. In these tricky times, Jigsaw provides a range of resources, advice and care for your people to help them strengthen their mental health and the skills needed to navigate life. Please visit their website and consider making a donation. For updates on future episodes and live shows follow @jarlath on Twitter, visit www.jigser.com or email the show directly on email@example.com. Disclaimer: All materials contained within this podcast are copyright protected. Third party reuse and/or quotation in whole or in part is prohibited unless direct credit and/or hyperlink to the Irishman Abroad podcast is clearly and accurately provided.
Runuary is a 4-week running challenge from the 1st to the 31st of January. With training plans to suit all levels of runners from 5km to 10 miles, it'll help keep you on track for a healthier 2022, in association with Irish Life Health. #OTBAM is live every morning with @Gillette UK | #BestFaceForward Catch up on the latest sports stories on Monday morning with OTB AM. OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am across the OTB channels. You can subscribe to the OTB AM podcast wherever you get your podcasts across the OTB Podcast Network. via iTunes via ">Spotify via GoLoud
Running after age 40 is still running, but the approach and outcome are often different. In this episode, we discuss 20 lessons from the 1st 20 episodes of The Running After Age 40 Podcast.1) Running motivation and reasons to run change as we age- listen to hear how it has changed for our guests.2) Running community, including the online running community, can have a profound impact on you. 3) All runners (almost all) struggle initially after age 40 with slower times. 4) Guests on The Running After Age 40 podcast are equipped with magical motivation. Instead, they set running and health as a high priority.5) Over 40 runners generally eat to run vs run to eat.6) Strength training, including use of heavy weights, is vital to staying healthy as an older runner.7) Runners hate to stretch, but sometimes we have to do what we hate.8) Very successful runners often keep things simple.9) Seeking injury help before it's too late can make a huge difference in the outcome.10) Finding joy in running sometimes takes time and can be a roller coaster.11) Runners remember times, but even more, they remember the build up and actual race moments.12) Runners have a common bond. Runners love to talk about running, even what most would consider mundane parts of the sport.13) Runners love gadgets and gear, but the over 40 runners also remember the good ol' Timex Ironman watch and pedometer.14) Coaches have a monumental effect- whether it's a high school cross country coach, college track coach, or marathon coach.15) Runners have to remember to have balance in their life.16) Lessons from running truly apply to all aspects of life.17) Runners love things like Strava but also have to keep competitiveness at a healthy level.18) Most runners want to keep running as far and as fast as they can for as long as they can.19) Running with kids changes everything.20) Running is the best sport of them all and runners are special creatures who truly love the grind, challenge, and pushing beyond their own limits.Visit https://runningwithgrit.com for all things related to running after age 40 and follow us on Instagram @running_with_grit.
Another year in the books, and You Tried Dat?? is ready for 2022. But before the new year can start, the gang has to discuss making a drawing in Strava before ranking their top and bottom snacks of 2021 in order to crown an ultimate winner (and loser) of the year. And wow, there were a lot of bad snacks this year... Follow us on Instagram to see pictures of the snacks @youtrieddat.
My guest today is Ken Rideout. Ken is a husband and father of 4 kids, the co-host of the top ranked podcast, “The Fight with Teddy Atlas,” and an incredible athlete who in the last 6 months won the Myrtle Beach Marathon in 2:30 and turned 50 the following day, finished 2nd in the world (lost by 50 seconds) at the World Marathon Majors at the London Marathon in 2:29, and won the NYC Marathon Masters Division (40+) in 2:33, literally 1 second in front of Shalane Flanagan. Ken shares his inspiring story of running his first marathon in just under 3 hours (in his 40's). He soon decided to believe and commit to running a marathon in 2:30 -and did just that! Not only that, but he has now run a sub 2:30 marathon and he does this all while having the same responsibilities in life we all do, working, being a partner and raising his 4 children. What I love about Ken and what he shares, is that ANYONE can achieve results like this or the ‘dream goal' you want to achieve. He doesn't have anything special or naturally gifted, he just puts in the work & shows up every day to achieve his goals. PS: Don't let Ken's strong enthusiasm and passion scare you away!! I'd encourage you all to TAKE IT IN and find the lessons in his passion. Listen all the way through and you will find lessons from start to finish! What you'll hear: *Learn how to ‘suffer' to reach your goals, to push past your limits, and to reframe ‘suffering' when training or racing. *How to create your own environment to support you living your best life vs. letting the people and circumstances around you determine your future. *He started running in his 30's and first decided to do an Ironman and did these until 45 years old and then decided to start to shift to just running -At that time for a year, he ran 10 miles a day, one day running 15-20 miles and one day a bike ride of 60-100 miles with a few friends *How to believe in yourself no matter what ‘race' you are going through in life *He shares what you can use to create belief in yourself!! -He has the same fears, anxiety, and thoughts that we all do that wants to keep us inside when it is pouring rain & says, “I don't want to do this.” -He shares a powerful way to overcome that voice. (35 min) *Insight how even professional boxers and fighters have cried before a fight because they are scared, but they still go out there. -Ken would know having interviewed so many UFC fighters! *How to use a tough/scary experience in life (for him boxing) or doing something challenging, to USE that to help you to do other hard things in life. *How he makes the time to train while being a dad, raising kids, working, and living a full life. *Your health is the FOUNDATION of you and living your best life - working out an hour in your day will change your life. *How his diet isn't anything crazy detailed and specific and he still gets these massive running results. Yes, he even eats pie and desserts at the end of his day! -The supplements he uses to help his training & health *Everything he has done is on Strava!! Learn and follow him to get similar results and see his training! *His best advice for anyone looking to get started on their health journey -You NEED to listen all the way until the end to get the BEST advice and insight. You can follow and find Ken on IG @kenrideout https://www.instagram.com/ken_rideout/?hl=en
Welcome to Episode 2 of Discord Dojo, where we answer your questions from the EVOQ Discord. Want your questions answered? Join the EVOQ Discord by following the link and ask your question in the Discord Dojo thread: https://discord.gg/ThTYry6kuE In this episode, we asked you guys: "What do you wish you knew when you started cycling?" If you're looking for some more dialed content to help you get faster, check out the other playlists, or the BLOG! www.evoq.bike/blog Please please please crush the Thumbs Up Like Button, and Subscribe! 0:00 Introduction 1:51 Don't Look at Power During a Race 19:42 Upgrade Your Body Before You Upgrade Your Equipment 24:04 Keep Perspective; You've Got a Lot of Room to Improve! 32:48 Why Coaches Need Coaches; Accountability 37:34 Andi's Pro Tip: Enjoy It, No Stress 40:54 Tip for Young/New Riders: Focus on Yourself The EVOQ store! https://grindcitydesigns.com/evoqbike/shop/home Want free coffee? Check it! http://s.trdcfe.me/BWnL3 Insane CBD deals!! https://getcbd.pro/BRENDAN Email: Landry@EVOQ.BIKE .... Follow Landry on Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1317545 Josh@EVOQ.BIKE ..... Follow Josh on Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1472947 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/evoqbike/support
We all have ideas of what we want our life to look like. It could be something like weight loss, improving speed on the bike or running, or even cooking more at home. When you set those goals, how do you go about doing it? Have you set goals and ultimately lost motivation or simply got out of the habit? With the impending New Year, many of us like to think about what we want to accomplish. In fact, fresh starts are a great time for habit change. (link). I'm here to help you set goals for the new year or any time that will actually keep you on track. In this guide, you'll learn: The mistakes people make with setting goals how to set a process or behavior focused goals (instead of outcome goals) how big of a goal is too big strategies to avoid the self-sabotage of all-or-none thinking SMART Goals: the actual elements of setting an achievable goal some ways to track your goals how to stay motivated with your goals ove rtime define what success looks like The Mistakes People Make with Setting Goals It's normal to look at what we want to achieve with a goal. I want to lose 10 lbs. I want to finish top 10 in my race. I want to run a certain 10k or marathon time. I want to make a certain amount of money. These are all outcome-based goals. Outcome goals are focused on the product of your work. The problem with outcome-based goals? A lot of the time, they are out of our control You cannot control a race result. In some ways, you cannot control an exact dollar amount you want to make. And even if they are within our control, outcome-based goals can be demotivating. You hear of people who train to run a marathon, do the race, and never run again. Ultimately, we are trying to grow as a person or slightly change our identity. The goal of someone who wants to run a marathon is really that they want to become a runner, but if they miss this bit point, they may just run the marathon and quit running. I'm sure you have heard about process-oriented goals. In coaching, we call this behavior-oriented goals. What behaviors can you consistently commit to that will move you toward the outcome you want? The behaviors, the process, the work- that is what gets you to your goal and that is what is within your control. It's okay to have an outcome in mind, but set that goalpost and then forget about it. Ultimately, we set goals because we want to feel proud. At the end of the day, it's the consistent work we put in that makes us feel proud, even if the outcome isn't exactly what we wanted. I've felt really proud of race results that didn't even land me of the podium because I know what I did to get to that point and I was proud of my performance. As Atomic Habits author and podcast guest James Clear says, "Every action you take is a vote for the type of person you want to become." Focus on your daily actions, vote to be the thing you want to achieve. The goal isn't to run a marathon, the goal is to become a runner. The goal isn't to write a book, the goal is to become a writer. The goal isn't to lose weight, the goal is to be someone who eats healthy. What are the actions of someone who already has that identity and how can you replicate them and feel proud of them? Another problem people have is they set goals that are too big. How Big of a Goal is Too Big? The problem with unrealistic expectations or a goal too big is that it can undermine your confidence or even make you give up early in your attempt to meet your challenge. What is the optimal amount of difficulty for challenges? When it comes to flow and performance, scientists found that just 4% past your current ability is the right amount. Just 4%! That's barely moving the needle and I think many of us try to dial it up by much higher numbers. I have tried taking on too much at once many times and it usually would mean I got worse. Trying to do ride a trail that is too technical or coming back after an injury expecting to be exactly where you were before is unrealistic. Setting small action steps or small micro-challenges with skill development will continue to help you build your confidence and work towards a goal in a sustainable way. Start where you are today, and set just manageable challenges to move forward. This is something my health coaching clients do every session- they set 2 or 3 small goals that put a brick in the wall to build toward their broader goal. It's good to have a big vision for what you want to achieve- you may even have heard of setting a BHAG: Big Hairy Audacious Goal. I'm all for that! But it's about taking the baby action steps, having the patience for the long-term, and committing the process. 100 small steps get you pretty far down the path, create an ingrained habit or skill, and give you the confidence and resilience to move forward. Looking at the big picture from time to time is key, just as long as it doesn't overwhelm you making you feel like you need to do it all at once. it's important to celebrate those small wins. We often are so focused on the future and focused forward that we forget the impressive mountain we just climbed. Why All-or-None Thinking Doesn't Work Another landmine with goal-setting is people tend to think in all-or-none terms. Eating healthy is an easy example. How many times have you had one cookie that turned into three cookies, a pizza for lunch, chips for a snack, and fast food for dinner? We tend to self-sabotage when we slip up once. All-or-none thinking has its place in changing or maintaining certain habits. In some cases, it's easier to abstain from something completely than to approach a habit with moderation. In fact, studies show that we often are bad at guessing how moderate we are actually being. When it comes to moderation, it's essential to have clear limits and boundaries. Whether we are trying to be all-or-none or trying to moderate a behavior within certain limits, slip-ups happen. Here is why slip-ups happen and how to create a simple contingency plan for when they do. "Slip-ups" with behavior change happen for several reasons. Setting a goal that is too big or not sustainable for the long term. Solution: set smaller action steps or easier to attain goals to keep building momentum and trend in the right direction. Sometimes our environment is set up to make it hard to be successful (if you want to drink less but your spouse buys a bottle of your favorite wine... there's Halloween candy laying around when you want to cut back on sugar, etc.) Solution: Create an environment that makes it easier to succeed (like put alcohol in inconvenient places to get to, don't put beer in the fridge so you have to wait for it to get cold if you want one, don't have candy in the house or put it somewhere out of sight and hard to get to). In addition, keep healthier options handy. Make access less convenient for habits you're trying to break and make access more convenient and visible for habits you're trying to adopt (e.g fruit bowl on the counter, wear a running watch to remind you that you are going for a run or start the day wearing your sports bra, so you're already part-way dressed to exercise). Setting a goal that we think we should do but don't really want to do, so we never actually tap into our intrinsic motivation and meaning. Solution: Set a different goal, or if this new habit is critical, find ways to make it personally meaningful and where you can feel or see the benefits. Alright, so you know a few reasons why some of our habits don't stick, but what happens if you set boundaries and you still didn't follow through with what you said you'd do? One thing to try is to create if/then statements to help get you back on track. I first learned about if/then statements back in engineering school when we were doing computer programming. Identifying barriers and having a Plan B can be effective. Here are some examples. If I skip my workout this morning, then I will go for a walk after dinner tonight. (or) If I skip my workout this morning, then I will make sure I invite a friend to join me for tomorrow's workout so I don't miss it again. If I open a bag of chips, then I will put one serving on a plate with a piece of fruit and put the bag in a hard-to-reach place. If I want a cookie, then I will have (insert health option) first and decide after if I still want the cookie. If I don't want to go for a run, then I'll go for a hike instead. Never Miss Twice Another antidote to all-or-none thinking is the practice of never missing twice. Simply tell yourself, “I missed that one time, but I will not miss twice" and then make sure that it doesn't happen. So this week? Considering eating habits, if you eat something you didn't want to eat (or just ate too much of something), make sure your next action, snack or meal is a healthy choice. The sooner you get back on track, the sooner you maintain your habit loop. Outliers are just that- they are not the norm. But if you let your outliers become the new pattern, that's where consistency breaks down. Individual mistakes rarely affect the big picture unless they become consistent. Progress is not linear, but it's what you do next when you realize you're off track that matters! Simply having a plan can prevent us from giving up altogether. It can be the difference in maintaining momentum (no matter how imperfect it is) or psyching yourself out and degrading your confidence in your ability to follow-through with your goals. How to Actually Set an Achievable Goal We often hear “focus on the process and fall in love with the process, don't think about the outcome.” I do love this advice and it's something I often remind myself to remember. I can personally think of things I've achieved where I'd say “I'll be happy when…” but that happiness is short-lived. Being happy working towards doing something, doing your best, and focusing on daily steps to improve are great ways to feel more fulfilled and find meaning in your life. What is a SMART Goal? You may have heard of S.M.A.R.T. goals. SMART Goals -Specific Measurable, Action-oriented, Realistic, and Timebound. Answering the where, when, and how as specific as possible (and making sure the goal is just outside your reach rather than a pipedream) is a great place to start. Where do you go from there? Making sure that you have a system for tracking the goal is also of utmost importance. Research shows that it's very difficult to improve in something that you don't measure. What are some ways to track Goals? use visual cues: like a big jar on your counter and put something in the jar each time you work towards your goal with an app (I like the Strides App- no affiliation- I just like them). using a google calendar For workouts, use something like Strava use an actual large paper calendar and mark each day with an X How to Stay Motivated with Goals It's normal to lose motivation with goals or to just not feel like doing something. I addressed some specific examples when I talked about my commitment to show up during my first pregnancy. It's been a saying I've carried with me into the future. Motivation Follows Action We often wait for motivation to strike, but we really need to get started to feel motivated. Even as a professional athlete, I don't want to get on my bike half the time. I just get dressed, start pedaling, and then I decide if I want to go home. Give yourself a chance before you give up. There are days when you need rest or a break, but letting excuses overpower your actions. Commit to showing up. Enlist Support and Accountability It can be motivating to have someone to work on your goals with. Maybe that's a ride or workout buddy. Maybe it's someone you go shopping and do meal prep with. Maybe it's just someone you regularly check in with like a friend or a coach. Understanding where your own motivation comes from (intrinsic or extrinsic) and whether having an external or internal accountability motivates you will help you stay motivated. Regularly assess Successes, Learnings, Challenges I already talked about the importance of tracking your goals. It's important to revisit what is going well (instead of only focusing on what isn't going well) to help build and maintain your confidence. I recommend a weekly or bi-weekly check-in. Ask yourself what went well, what you learned, and what challenges you faced. Next, ask yourself what support you need. You can also do this with an accountability partner or coach.
Mi San Silvestre, resumen y kilómetros del mes y el año. Nos escuchamos en 2022. Mi San Silvestre https://www.strava.com/activities/6449896477 Pedro en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Todo el material que recomiendo: https://www.amazon.es/shop/palabraderunner - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Lista de música colaborativa en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3HKZ7jyeix7lgyXuOmaZU9?si=LxewE053T96-KesQA7Ze7g Instagram: https://instagram.com/palabraderunner/ Web: https://www.palabraderunner.com https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner Mi Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 Facebook: https://facebook.com/palabraderunner/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/palabraderunner/ Club Palabra de Runner en Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner
I andre del av samtalen med Magnus snakker vi om tiden etter Spartathlon, Bislett 24-timers, og vi oppsummerer en del flotte løpeprestasjoner fra året som er gått. Noen ble selvfølgelig glemt, vi er bare mennesker, men heldigvis har Kondis oversikt og en fin artikkel med deres kåring kan leses her, for Sebastian Krogvigs prestasjon fra TDS var jo enorm. Marius går igjennom sitt noe røffe år, som allikevel ble et rekordår i distanse, men som i retrospekt ser akkurat ut som det beste som kan ha skjedd, og 2022 kan bare bli så mye bedre!I 2022 skal også podcasten ut oftere, og for å drifte den med leie av studio osv, så trengs sponsorer, det kan bli deg! Sjekk ut Patreon-siden og er du med innen 31/1-2022 er du med i trekningen av et par løpesko fra Topo Athletic! Alle som blir Patreons får også en godsak fra Fuel of Norway - dukk opp på felles tur du finner info på Strava.Takk til alle trofaste lyttere, setter stor pris på tilbakemeldinger - send en mail til firstname.lastname@example.orgTakk til Northern Playground for støtte med fantastiske trøyer, de tilbyr livstidsservice på sine produkter!Vinneren av Captaremesterskapet 2021 kåres på Rippel.run! (Godsaker til deg fra nevnte Fuel of Norway)---------------------------------------------------Støtt Captare på Patreon! (for prisen av en kopp kaffe i måneden) - eller gi et engangsbeløp her - Vipps til 95786640Tusen takk for anmeldelser på iTunes - viktig for podcastens synlighet!Captare på Instagram.Marius på Strava og Captare Podcast-løpeklubb Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/captare-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Darren Tabone is the VP of Product for globally renowned cycling apparel brand MAAP. During our conversation, Darren dials us in to how and where MAAP began in 2014, the brands sustainability strategy and how MAAP is paving the way to really show that apparel products can be developed sustainably without affecting performance or durability. We also sync up about Darrens career trajectory at Li and Fung, Levi's and his now role at MAAP. Darren shares his perspective of the climate of fast-fashion and cycling fashion, and the exercise and wellness that fuel him for success. CONNECT MAAP on Instagram Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! TRAIN WITH ME Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health! Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy!
To wrap up 2021 we talk with Whitney Stanbrough, who I have dubbed as Mr. Century. Whitney is accomplishing the unimaginable on a consistent basis - riding over 100 century rides every year for the past four years! We discuss his progression in the sport, and how he evolved into knocking out 2 to 3 century rides every week without fail. He also shares his nutrition and recovery, and what the bike has meant to him in his life. Whitney's life is a great example of what is possible Under the Sun. Follow Whitney: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/whitywhit/ Strava - https://www.strava.com/athletes/1326278?oq=whit Follow Coach Tim Hall: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coachtimhall/ Strava - https://www.strava.com/athletes/188456 Twitter - https://twitter.com/CoachTimHall Follow Under the Sun: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/under_the_sun_podcast/
Today's guest is David Bailey, an exercise physiologist who I originally met when he was working for the English Institute of Sport at Loughborough. From there he moved to British Cycling in Manchester and eventually to Switzerland originally working for PowerBar and then back into cycling working directly with the BMC and the Bahrain Merida cycling teams. We will get into all of this in our conversation as well as a few rabbit holes, per usual. Notable topics include: PowerBars and how they caused £500 of damage to my bike frame Research - lab studies vs big data - which is more relevant to you? The ideal cadence for cycling Why RPE is such a valuable skill for you as an athlete How to train a pro-cyclist Polarised vs traditional training models Constant glucose monitors Metabolomics and does it really explain why Pogacar is so good What really works if you want to achieve your goals Strength training for cyclists To follow David Bailey you can find him in the following places: Twitter - @BaileyDM LinkedIn David's personal website is https://www.davidbailey.ch/ Other topics mentioned in the show: NY Times research on Strava data - race data from about 500,000 marathon and half marathon running times since 2014 supports the Nike claim that VaporFly's are 4% faster Dave's book recommendations: Sapiens: A brief History of Humankind - Yuval Noah Harari The Curious Mind:The secret to a bigger life - Brian Grazer & Charles Fishman The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion - Jonathan Haidt The Fourth Turning: An American prophecy- William Strauss & Neil Howe Some research papers you might like Hansen & Smith (2009) Factors Affecting Cadence Choice During Submaximal Cycling and Cadence Influence on Performance. Int J Sports Physiol Perform. Int J Sports Physiol Perform Stellingwerff et al. (2019) A framework for periodized nutrition for athletes. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab. 1:29(2):141-151 Mujika et al., (2019) Contempary periodization of altitude training for elite endurance athletes. A narrative review. Sports Med. 49(11): 1651-1669 Fabra et al. (2021) A comprehensive review of continuous glucose monitoring accuracy during exercise periods. Sensors. 12:21(2):497 Bellenger et al. (2016) Monitoring Athletic Training Status Through Autonomic Heart Rate Regulation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Sports Med. 46(10):1461-1486 Filipas et al. (2021) Effects of 16 weeks of pyramidal and polarized training intensity distributions in well-trained endurance runners. Scand J Med Sci Sports Nov 18 Watson (2017) Sleep and athletic performance. Curr Sports Med Rep. 16(6):413-418. Take a 30 day trial in my SWAT Inner Circle for just £1. Watch this video for more information. Purchase a copy of my High Performance Human e-book featuring more than 30 top tips on how to upgrade your life. If you would like to help offset the cost of our podcast production, we would be so grateful. Please click here to support the HPH podcast. Thank you! Visit Simon's website for more information about his coaching programmes. Links to all of Simon's social media channels can be found here. For any questions please email Beth@TheTriathlonCoach.com.
¡Familia ACDP! Llega nuestro podcast especial fin de año. Nos juntamos para traeros un programa totalmente distinto a nuestra programación habitual. Este año viene cargo de secciones, invitados y sorpresas. Esperamos que os guste y que paséis un buen rato escuchándonos. ¡Que tengáis un buen final de año y nos vemos pronto! ⚠️ ¡Si te ha gustado el contenido, se agradece un Me Gusta ❤️ y si no lo estás, suscríbete al canal que es gratiiiis! ⚠️ ⏱️ Secciones: 00:00 Sorpresa y presentación 17:00 Sección Albert Rivera y Cristian Miconi 1:23:00 Sección Fran Alarcón 1:33:00 Sección Mikel Ilundain y Álvaro Hernández 1:58:00 Sección Gabriele Gianuzzi 2:19:00 Sección Raúl Banqueri 2:48:00Sección Sergio Rodríguez 🔴EQUIPACIÓN ACDP🔴 Hazte con la equipación de invierno ACDPxGsport. Información: https://bit.ly/3HeTijB y Gsport.es 📍 Encuéntranos en... ➡️https://alacoladelpeloton.es/ ➡️ https://www.twitch.tv/acdpeloton ➡️https://youtube.es/ACDPeloton ➡️Grupo de Telegram: https://t.me/familiaACDP ➡️Twitter: @ACDPeloton ➡️Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acdpeloton/ ➡️Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/alacoladelpeloton ➡️Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/ACDpeloton Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals
217: 2021 IRP End of the Year Awards Brad has a light week during Christmas while trying to find some structure. Julian whiskey, makes his return Roo Run Luke Mathews is unveiled as the third member of the upcoming patreon-exclusive Louis McAfee and Jess Stenson. Brady & Carly welcome to the world their daughter Olivia Joan. World Athletics announce revisions into shoe thickness to come into effect from 2024 World Athletics Press Release Rule C2.1A Athletics Shoe Regulations Listener Question Reg asks the boys to reflect on 2021, what they've learnt and what they would have changed. Then continuing on the theme of reflection the boys give their awards for the year: Best Performance of 2021 Most Improved Athlete Most Consistent Athlete Race of the Year IRP Distance Runner of the Year Ones to Watch 2022 Looking Forward to 2022 To close out the year the boys wrap up with some more Strava etiquette particularly on how many activities is too much. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/ Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
Parece que fue ayer, pero con esta San Silvestre cerramos el ciclo #LigaPDR. La última jornada, pero no hablamos de ella. La última del año: San Silvestre #LigaPDR Liga Virtual Palabra de Runner https://www.palabraderunner.com/liga-virtual/ 15% en Taurus con el código PDR15 https://pdrun.es/taurus-pdr SORTEAZO del robot Taurus Trending Cooking y la freidora Air Fry Digital. Roland en Strava https://www.strava.com/athletes/9279538?oq=roland y Pedro en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/palabraderunner/ - Todo el material que recomiendo: https://www.amazon.es/shop/palabraderunner - Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner - Lista de música colaborativa en Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3HKZ7jyeix7lgyXuOmaZU9?si=LxewE053T96-KesQA7Ze7g Instagram: https://instagram.com/palabraderunner/ Web: https://www.palabraderunner.com https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner Grupo en Telegram: https://t.me/grupopalabraderunner Mi Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1169830 Facebook: https://facebook.com/palabraderunner/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/palabraderunner/ Club Palabra de Runner en Strava: https://www.strava.com/clubs/palabraderunner
Today on the podcast I sync up with celebrity personal trainer and Pre & Postnatal Certified Fitness Specialist, and AFAA Certified Personal Trainer Dagmara Lometti. Dagmara and I met at her group fitness class at the Rumble studio opening in NYC. Within weeks, she quickly became known for her high octane sold out classes, but when the pandemic forced studios to shut down, Dagmara was quick to shift gears, and with athleticism in her DNA, pivoting was seamless. For the last few years, Dagmara has become a go-to pre and postnatal trainer for women looking to prepare for what she calls the sport of childbirth and beyond. Dagmara is a mother of two adorable daughters, Blake and Cameron, and when we recorded this episode, she was weeks away from giving birth to Cameron. During our conversation, Dagmara offers insight into her overall pre and postnatal training philosophy and shares her own personal training routines while pregnant, how she continued to integrate running throughout her pregnancy, and how she plans to rebuild slowly back to her usual strength training. CONNECT Dagmara Lometti on Instagram Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! TRAIN WITH ME Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health! Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy!
You asked them, we answered them! That's right, all of the questions have been asked by you. Without your support this podcast would not be possible. We hope you enjoy this one! It was fun. Thank you for a great first season! Tubealube76 When does a bike become art? Lazyrollz Andrew doesn't know this but I was tailing him in my car at the waterfront. I noticed that he had an unusually low cadence. I always thought a higher cadence was better. Not sure what his gps was, but he was doing about 27mph. How is that possible?! What the deal? Tyler In your eyes, what area of bicycle development will see the next big technological advancement? Will it be braking systems? Hubs? Shifting? Materials? Something else? Additionally, will these advancements make me faster? Chad Describe your most memorable ride of 2021. Either most enjoyable, or most miserable. Remember: You never remember your best day of television, but never forget your worst night in the woods. StayPuftMarshmallow Love the show, but do I really need the Lycra? -Leonard, San Matteo CA TokenBikerRyder How do I find Night Rides in the Pittsburgh Area moepowah! How do I increase my Watts per kilogram. I currently max out about 2.75 and would like to be able to bike with the big boys. stravacurious how accurate is the calorie burn on Strava. Asking for a friend gottagofast999 I've just got back into biking this year and I realized how much I love going fast on flat and downhills. I'm debating on getting a gravel bike. What's the average max speed for a street bike compared to a gravel bike? handpumpchump I recently acquired a new to me street bike and learned that the tire pressure for the tires I have need to be 90-110 PSI. I've seen people use CO^2 based pumps. Are they better then the hand pumps? Diet Fad Dan Ever since I started biking I've been getting advertisements on Facebook and Instagram about the "Cycling Diet" They're claiming results from cycling for only $14.95 a month. I smell a scam. Is there such thing as a cycling diet? Challenge obsessed Carl I started using Strava in July and I started doing challenges and I'm now obsessed with collecting the virtual trophies. Is there a way to find more challenges to do? Todd Ralphs, Idaho What is the best part about being able to talk to the people you guys talk to?! Keep up the good work! 1Chain2Shifters Question for you both. If you had to choose the perfect bike, what would it be? You ask all of these amazing cyclists what they want and you talk about dream bikes, but you really haven't talked about what bike you like or want. Ohh and your budget is $2300. Good luck! -Phil from Quebec
Dr. Stacy T. Sims is one of the brightest minds in science and nutrition in the endurance sports world and beyond. Stacy T. Sims, Ph.D. is an applied researcher, innovator, and entrepreneur in human performance, specifically sex differences in training, nutrition, and environmental conditions. She is the author of word renowned book, ROAR, written to explain sex differences in training and nutrition, which challenges the existing dogma for women in exercise, nutrition, and health. She also has a super popular Ted Talk: Women Are Not Small Men. Her contributions to the international research environment and the sports nutrition industry has established a new niche in sports nutrition; and established her reputation as the expert in sex differences in training, nutrition, and health. During our conversation, I get the inside scoop on where Stacy's passion for exercise physiology and nutrition began. We talk about nutrition for endurance sports training from fueling day to day and racing. Stacy puts the kibosh on sweat tests, intermittent fasting for women, and gels. Plus we talk about the power of hormones; nutrition that can disrupt your gut, and how to find the right macronutrient balance for your body. This eye-opening conversation is full of great insight and advice so get ready. And of course, Stacy shares her favorite workouts and training sessions currently fueling her for success. CONNECT Stacy T. Sims, Ph.D. on Instagram or Facebook Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! TRAIN WITH ME Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health! Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker Head over to our SHOP page for additional offers from Marni on the Move partners, sponsors, and guests SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy!
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216: Vic Milers Club | NSW Milers Series This episode of the Inside Running Podcast is brought to you by PILLAR Performance – Australia's first sports micronutrition brand – providing high-strength formulations to support optimal performance and recovery for endurance athletes. Available now at pillarperformance.com.au Brad's calf is still a bit tender, opting to cross train through the week. Julian tries to gauge his perceived effort on the way to his first race back. Brady takes his first recovery run coming off the Melbourne Marathon. Vic Milers Club at Box Hill saw Abby Caldwell clear out the Women's A 1500m in 4:08.02 ahead of Jaylah Hancock-Cameron & Rebekah Greene, while Edward Beischer won a tight contest over Thomas Diamond & Wolfgang Cotra-Nemesi. It was a similar story in the 800m A races, Matt Hussey just edging Degras Amekata & Harrison May while Ellie Sanford dominated in 2:03.06 ahead of Tess Kirsopp-Cole & Eleanor Benson. Athletics Victoria ResultsHub NSW Milers Series in Bankstown, Tom Davies took out the mile in an entertaining race, while Aynslee Van Graan won the women's mile. Hayley Kitching & Riley McGown each won the 800m A Races. Results https://www.instagram.com/p/CXpgM-SgEIo/ Listener Question asks the boys who they reckon the biggest name they've scalped (and whether it counts) and Christmas comes early with a triple treat from Moose, going loose, his purchase of the week and rules of Strava all into one. The second of three panelists for the upcoming Patreon-exclusive show introduces themselves and discusses how they dealt with the Gold Coast Marathon canceling three days out as well as their plans for the year ahead and also how to properly pronounce their name correctly. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/ Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
This week we sit down face to face with Moriah Wilson to learn her backstory and what set the stage for her breakout racing year in 2021. Episode sponsor: Competitive Cyclist, use code 'TheGravelRide' for 15% off Join the Ridership Support the Podcast Episode Transcription, please excuse the typos: Moriah Wilson [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello and welcome to the gravel ride podcast. I'm your host Craig Dalton this week on the podcast. We have Moriah Wilson. A local mill valley, California resident, at least as of the time of recording who had a breakout year in 2021 on the gravel scene. I first started seeing Moriah's results in the grasshopper series. And if anybody knows the grasshopper series, if you're doing well there, you're likely going to do well anywhere. [00:00:30] This proved to be true for Moriah with great success out at Unbound at VWR and many other places on the calendar. Culminating with a win at the end of the season at big sugar, gravel. 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If you have questions about gravel, bike frames, gravel tires, et cetera. I found the gearheads incredibly knowledgeable in this domain. [00:01:51] I mentioned early on that had a conversation with a gearhead named Maggie, and I kind of walked her through what type of bike I was wanting to buy if I was going to buy a new bike and she really nailed it. Competitive cyclist as a wide range of gravel frames and bikes available that can suit any type of writing need. [00:02:09] I very much appreciated the hustle of the competitive cyclist team and my last order as I was down to the metal on my brake pads. So it was great to get some replacements in there. [00:02:19] Fortunately, they've got a 100% return guarantee. So if I screwed up the order, like I have been known to do in the past with brake pads. I know they've got my back. [00:02:28] Go on over to competitive cyclists.com/the gravel ride and enter promo code thug, gravel ride to get 15% off your first order. Plus free shipping on orders, $50 or more. Some exclusions apply. Go right now and get that 15% off and free email@example.com slash the gravel ride. And remember that promo code is the gravel ride. [00:02:54] Would that business out of the way, let's jump right into my interview with Moriah Wilson. [00:02:59] Moriah. Welcome to the show. [00:03:01] Moriah Wilson: Thanks for having me and Craig, [00:03:02] Craig Dalton: welcome to the backyard. [00:03:04] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. Great to be here. Great to be in person with you. As I was [00:03:06] saying, this is rare instance for me. I think it's about a dozen people. I've got the opportunity to interview face-to-face so it's awesome to have you as a local guest. [00:03:15] Well, when you're in the bed, You make [00:03:17] Craig Dalton: sense? Yeah. Actually I was super stoked to start seeing your name and seeing mill valley after it. Yeah. Earlier in the year. So that was great. But I'd always like to start off the show by just learning a little bit about your background and how you found your way to gravel cycling, because I know it's a fairly recent affair [00:03:33] Moriah Wilson: for you. [00:03:34] Yeah, it is definitely the competitive side of. Of cycling is pretty new to me, but I have roots in it, going back to when I was pretty young. So I guess like a quick background, I grew up in Vermont to pretty active, like outdoorsy family, grow up doing a lot of skiing. My dad was an Alpine ski racer and album. [00:03:56] Ski racing coach when I was younger. So I got into racing competitively doing that for a while and ended up racing in college. And. Mountain biking with my parents. And then my friends in the summers in middle school, there's not a lot to do in the town. I grew up in Vermont. It was kinda like just a hobby. [00:04:17] And then I used it to train for skiing as well as I got older. And yeah, so it was pretty like casual, I think for a while. And then when I graduated from college, I moved out to the bay and. Bought a gravel bright bike and well was a cross bike, but I used it as a gravel bike and got connected to some women who were trying to raise cross and invited me to go to some cross races with them. [00:04:43] So I said, why not sure? Like I like to compete. I miss kind of ski racing. And so I did that ended up racing like a full season of cross in 2019. Went across national. Did a couple of gravel races as well. And then COVID happened that early winter, obviously, and nothing, no more racing for a while, but I just kept getting more and more into riding. [00:05:08] Didn't like, yeah, it didn't really step back. Just traveled a lot and rode as much as I could. And then. Earlier this year, I'm signed up for all the races that I could not really knowing what I would get into and having no expectations really at all. And like the results side of things, but just like really excited. [00:05:31] Do some more racing because I had so much fun in 2019 and yeah, I ended up having a pretty great season, nice. [00:05:38] Craig Dalton: So when you, when collegiate ski racing ended, did you figure that's the end of what you wanted to do in ski racing? And yeah, like [00:05:46] Moriah Wilson: ski racing is really hard. It I don't know there are other sports like running or something where you maybe have avenues after college, but it's a little bit like. [00:05:55] Like biking, but you really need like a solid program and a lot, it requires a lot of resources, right? Like you need, you definitely need a coach. You pretty much need a team to keep doing it. And like after college, unless you're at a certain level where you're going to world cups or on an Olympic trajectory, like there's not a lot of. [00:06:18] Reason to keep doing it, so yeah, I think most athletes at the end of their college career, pretty much like rapid. [00:06:27] Craig Dalton: The cyclocross scene, must've been a fun, attractive way to start cycling. It's just so irreverent and so often, particularly in the bay area, just easy to get to the events you sucked in by the community element of it. [00:06:39] Moriah Wilson: Yeah, definitely. Like the vibes at cross races are always so fun. Oh, I cross national. So it's amazing. Just like the energy, the heckling, like it's such a fun spectator sport that I think you end up like. Yeah, with kind of just a good vibes all around. And I really liked that and it did remind me a lot of skiing. [00:07:01] Cause I think there's a lot of that in skiing as well. And so I think that was attractive to me. Did [00:07:06] Craig Dalton: you immediately recognize that you had a great engine for the sport? [00:07:10] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. I've I've known that I had a good engine. Like I've. Been more naturally I don't know, fueled for endurance sports, even from a young age, probably should have been a Nordic skier instead of an Alpine skier. [00:07:27] People tried to convince me to convert, but I was like, no. Downhills more fun, too much fun. And, but yeah, I ha I grew up, or one of my ski coaches growing up was really into biking and he always said oh, you could go to the Olympics for mountain biking once you finished skiing. And I always had that in the back of my mind oh, maybe someday, like I could become a good cyclist of some sort and. [00:07:53] I didn't really know what that meant or what that would look like, but I definitely had an idea that mountain bike racing of some sort would be interesting to try out after college. And I did actually do a bit of cross country racing in high school and college just dabbled in a little bit like one or two races a year in Vermont. [00:08:14] And really liked it. So thought maybe I would give it a try. That's why I tried the cross thing [00:08:21] Craig Dalton: where you living in Marin when you started on [00:08:23] Moriah Wilson: the cross bike? No, I was living in the city at the time. Okay. Yeah. [00:08:27] Craig Dalton: Well, you doing longer rides, I know it's obviously cyclocross racing is the shorter course racing, but since the, you have the capable bike, a lot of people ride across the bridge and go, oh [00:08:35] Moriah Wilson: yeah, no, I was definitely riding in the headlines a lot. [00:08:38] Like I wasn't riding. Doing as long of rides as I'm doing now, because I was still getting into it. But I was building up to at that point, just riding my bike every day, which hadn't been something I'd been doing before that it was like a ride my bike. Do you know, maybe once or twice a week and then two to three times a week. [00:08:54] And so I was just building up at that time. But yeah, the Headlands were definitely where. Learned to grab a ride, I [00:09:01] Craig Dalton: guess. Yeah. It seems like with the cyclocross race season being in the winter, you've got this bike, you've got these great Hills out in Marin. It's natural that you're going to continue to ride. [00:09:11] Is it some of your cyclocross friends that sort of talked about gravel racing or obviously you were going to be aware of it? What was the first race that you signed up for? [00:09:20] Moriah Wilson: The first race that I did, I think was old growth. In 2019. Yeah. In August or September, maybe. So I guess it was actually before I did. [00:09:35] I can't quite remember. And then I did grind Duro as well, that year in 2019. So [00:09:40] Craig Dalton: it's a two quite different races. Old growth classic. I find it to be, it was a great adventurous race. Like you just felt like you were way out there so far. It had some really stern climbs and [00:09:51] Moriah Wilson: The, I will never forget the end of that course. [00:09:53] Like how Steve, this is so steep. [00:09:57] Craig Dalton: Yeah, exactly. That's a great one. And then Grindr obviously is one that tests. Your full bag of tricks. It's got very mountain biking type stuff. We on a mountain bike. I was [00:10:06] Moriah Wilson: on my cross bike for that. And yeah, but had a blast. Like I, since I like have a background in mountain biking, it was, I felt pretty comfortable on it. [00:10:16] And I think at that, by that time I had, ridden that bike in the Headlands enough that yeah, at first I remember riding in the Headlands in. Skinny gravel tires and being like, what is this about? I need my mountain bike for this, and now it's like nothing. But yeah, the Headlands, they do have their, technical sections at times. [00:10:37] Yeah. That's why [00:10:38] Craig Dalton: it's great. On drop our bikes, it can make any of this stuff exciting if you go fast enough, for sure. Yeah. [00:10:44] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. [00:10:45] Craig Dalton: So then. Presumably, you went into a full cross season and then did that drop you at, through the beginning of the pandemic in 2020? [00:10:52] Moriah Wilson: And then I did two grasshopper races. [00:10:55] I did a low gap and Sweetwater and that was like January and February of 20, 20, 20 before everything shut down. Everything [00:11:04] Craig Dalton: shut down. Yeah. Yeah. And then it goes quiet and you were doing some other things. Had you had in your mind that 20, 21, assuming that events were going to open back up, that you are going to really go for it and register for a bunch of events? [00:11:16] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. I was like, I'm going to register for as much as I can. And I signed up for Unbound and Everything that I could. And really just wanted to use the years, like a learning experience. I think like it's rare to go into those events, as a beginner or first timer and see a lot of success. [00:11:33] And yeah, I know that like maybe I have the fitness. No, all the details. I don't definitely still don't have all the details dial. There's a lot. I made a lot of mistakes this year that costs me some races. And so I had a lot of good learning experiences and that really was just my goal this year. [00:11:49] And to have had, some of the results that I. I did have was just like a cherry on the top. Yes. Had you [00:11:58] Craig Dalton: forged some of the relationships you must have now with some of the other female athletes that live around this area to get a gauge for oh, I can ride with Amedee or, [00:12:07] Moriah Wilson: yeah, I think like between the races that I did in 2020, before COVID and then like some of the, or like earlier races this year, like the local one. [00:12:21] I guess I did one or two hoppers and a couple others. I knew that I probably had what it took from a fitness standpoint to compete with the top female athletes, just because, there are so many really strong female riders in the bay. It's pretty crazy. So it was nice to have. [00:12:43] Like confidence, I think, going to Unbound and going to, some of the other races that draw a wider range of athletes. So yeah, [00:12:53] Craig Dalton: Yeah. That must have been interesting. So going into 2021 signing up for all these races where you just planning on self-finance. The races, or did you have industry contacts that you could leverage at that point? [00:13:06] Moriah Wilson: No. Everything was pretty much, self-financed the only thing that like I had one sponsor this past year that was Sporkful as a kid sponsor. And they were able to help me out from a financial standpoint. But other than that, it was like, I'm trying to think. I really didn't. Any other help. It was all just, yeah. [00:13:27] Yeah. [00:13:27] Craig Dalton: It's funny. For me, it's being a fan of the sport. 2020 was this interesting black box where there was all particularly on the women's side of the racing scene. There's all these great women coming up and showing like a little glimmer, maybe. Like a couple of races before the pandemic, or did some major personal effort, like an F Katie or a Strava hill climbing all these different things that you're like, gosh, there's a lot of talent out here and then racing starts opening up, but you're not traveling super far. [00:13:57] So it's like the Northern California women you were seeing who is fast in the grasshoppers. Are the things that are going on in the Midwest. And then eventually it all started to come together when you have like a BWR or something like that. So it's been super fascinating as a fan to watch all these great women come out of nowhere and, see your name on top of the leaderboard. [00:14:16] It's been a lot of fun to watch. [00:14:18] Moriah Wilson: Yeah, it was really fun to get to know the group of women that's out there. I think this is such a diverse. Field coming from lots of different backgrounds and everyone's super strong. And I think on any given day, given whatever conditions, certain amount of luck, like anything could happen and it's really dynamic racing going on right now. [00:14:40] It's really fun to be a part of. I've really enjoyed it. And you've [00:14:43] Craig Dalton: been tackling things that have very different profiles, obviously BWR San Diego, long long road section that really pay it, play a big part in it. Unbound having that super long distance of 200 miles, all these different races. [00:15:00] Draw on different skillsets and you seem to be doing pretty well across the board. Is there an area or a type of course, that you feel more confident in than others? [00:15:09] Moriah Wilson: Yeah, definitely. I think courses that have a lot of climbing definitely suit me. I'm not really. Flats are hard for me. I'm not the best group rider like drafting holding onto wheels is not something that I've quite figured out yet. [00:15:23] I'm working on it really hard. I hope to get a lot better this year. Yeah, so stuff that's got a lot of climbing and doesn't require like a lot of team tactics. Definitely suit me at the moment. And then anything that's also. Has some sort of technical component to it, maybe a little bit of single track. [00:15:41] I think that played to my advantage at BWR, even though there were, there was so much road in it. And I'm trying to think of what else it was like that this year. [00:15:52] Craig Dalton: Okay, where you went down to big [00:15:53] Moriah Wilson: sugar, right? Yeah. Big sugar had a little bit of that. Yeah. [00:15:57] Craig Dalton: Yeah. And the least the chunky roads require a little bit of confidence coming downhill. [00:16:01] Totally. For sure. Yeah. Yeah. I think that's one of the reasons I enjoy interviewing so many event organizers is that there's such an art to creating these events and With a mountain bike background. I'm always pro the single track sections. The more technical [00:16:15] Moriah Wilson: sections. I love that stuff. Yeah. So [00:16:18] Craig Dalton: fun. [00:16:18] And I think, you know what it's going to be, what keeps the sport interesting because you can't road racing dynamics. Aren't going to play in that type of environment. So I always love when it advantages given to the more off-road type athletes. [00:16:32] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. Yeah. It's really cool. To see how different courses can favor certain writers. [00:16:39] And it'll be interesting how, like what to see what happens with the lifetime like grand Prix and how, because that's such a diverse series now you've got Leadville and then unbounded, sea Otter, and like all those are so different. It's cool that there, there will be a way to. Figure out who's the best like diverse writers. [00:17:01] Craig Dalton: Yeah. I think it's really neat that there's an even tighter integration between the mountain epic mountain bike kind of rides and gravel racing these days. Yeah, because I do think that's, that's where the fun and the sport is. [00:17:13] Moriah Wilson: Definitely. Yeah. [00:17:14] Craig Dalton: Have you heard any word from lifetime as to like their selection process or I'm assuming you're throwing your hat in the ring for that? [00:17:21] Moriah Wilson: Oh yeah, for sure. I don't know what the selection process involves. I have no idea. So yeah, we'll see. I forget when they did, they're like announcing who everyone is. I think it's in the next couple. Maybe I can't remember. But yeah. I'm excited. I hope. Yeah. [00:17:43] Craig Dalton: So what, what does 2022 look like for you? [00:17:46] What do you what are some of the races you really want to do well at either? Because they were just a hell of a lot of fun or you think that prestige is going to be good for your career? [00:17:55] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. I think the whole lifetime series Leadville, for sure. I think finishing second was so incredible this year, but I really want to win to be honest. [00:18:10] Like I, I want to win that one. [00:18:13] Yeah. I think it suits me really well. I had a lot of fun on that course and [00:18:19] Craig Dalton: being up at elevation, [00:18:20] Moriah Wilson: I felt amazing. Like I actually felt really good at elevation. I did acclimate for a couple of weeks leading up to it. But I, my theory and I there's no nothing scientific about this. [00:18:32] I have no idea if this is the case, but because I've spent so much time at altitude as a ski racer, I lived everywhere. In November, December, I would move out to Frisco, which is super close to Leadville. It's like 9,000, 8,009,000 feet. And spend a month there training, going to Vail and copper. [00:18:53] And yeah, so I've lived and trained at altitude in a much different way than like an endurance athlete, would train. But I still think that. From such a young age. Like I started going to Frisco as, I don't know, 12 year old. So I think I've have a lot of years of spending time at altitude. [00:19:13] And I think my body is, has somehow adapted to it is my theory. [00:19:19] Craig Dalton: What do you think the mix between mountain biking and gravel racing, it's going to look like when your calendar pans out, [00:19:24] Moriah Wilson: That's hard to say. I think it's, I think it's going to end up being still quite gravel focused. Maybe like 70% gravel, 30% mountain. [00:19:36] If I had to put a percentage on it right now. But yeah, I definitely hope to do a bit more mountain it's just so fun and yeah. [00:19:44] Craig Dalton: So on the gravel side, what are the events you're stoked to go back to? And why? On the [00:19:49] Moriah Wilson: gravel side? I am excited for Unbound because I want some redemption there. Yeah. I got, I had, I flooded three times and yeah. [00:20:03] Had to tube every time and it was just a disaster. Like still finished the race. Like it was good to. I think it was good to have faced that adversity and have to like, adjust my goals and expectations halfway through such a big event like that. It was good practice. But. [00:20:22] Yeah. I remember finishing that race and being like, I just want to do it again. I want to do it again right now. And not be a little bit more prepared. Like we probably shouldn't have run the tires that I ran. And there were some other details that, I think after this season I will. Be more prepared for going into all the races. [00:20:42] Craig Dalton: And I think going, having the determination to fix those flats and still ending up in the top 10 shows you that it's just important to keep moving forward and moving forward, it's just fixing the flat, getting back on the bike. Cause you never know what's going to befell your other competitors. [00:20:56] Moriah Wilson: Yes, totally. And I think there's a lot to be said for. Running into sort of those obstacles. It's always easy to keep going or, it's still not easy, but it's easy to keep going when you're having a good day and you don't run into any challenges, but when you run into challenges and adversity and it maybe puts an end to the result that you hoped to accomplish on that day. [00:21:19] It makes it a lot harder to keep going. I definitely. Oh, I had some dark moments there where I really wanted to quit and I was super proud of myself for just keeping, going and finishing that race [00:21:31] Craig Dalton: at huge. And no one can ever take that away from you. So anytime you're facing adversity in the future, you're going to look back and say I know I can do it. [00:21:39] I'm going to have those sucky moments, but yeah, I'm going to get through it. [00:21:42] Moriah Wilson: Exactly. Yeah, I think. You learn a lot more from the challenges that you face than you do from any of the smooth sailing moments, so yeah that's one that I'm excited for. I'm excited. I'm think I'm going to do rule three. [00:21:56] I'm really excited for that one. I love Bentonville. I had a great time there this fall. Big sugar, I think will always hold a special place in my heart. That was a really fun race. And yeah, I think the the diversity of that course is going to [00:22:09] Craig Dalton: be really interesting. That one looked like a lot of fun. [00:22:12] And you can always tell, I think by some of the writers who have been drawn to it, the type of experience that it's going to benefit pace. Winning over there and talking about how he just understood the skill set of the people around him and even talking to Ian Boswell about it. And he just, the, I know I'm going to fall apart when I hit the single track. [00:22:30] So I'm just going to do everything I can within the place. I know that I can Excel. [00:22:34] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. Yeah. It definitely everyone's going to have a different strategy, which is pretty cool. So yeah, I'm excited for that one. I'm trying to think what else? Oh, I think I'm going to do Vermont Overland. I skipped that one this year. [00:22:47] It just didn't really work with my schedule. But I'm really excited to do that. I'm from Vermont and I've heard amazing things. I love those roads around that area. It's like near where I went to college. Yeah, that'll be a fun one. You must [00:22:59] Craig Dalton: still have friends back in that scene in Vermont. [00:23:01] Moriah Wilson: Oh yeah. Yeah. It's always fun. I did rooted Vermont this past year and then that was probably one of my favorite races just from a memory standpoint. The community was so great. It was the first time my parents like had watched me, got to watch me race. And ran into a lot of old friends, a lot of old friendships skiing and from biking and just growing up and stuff. [00:23:23] And I think the same thing will be the case for Vermont Overland. So yeah, I really [00:23:28] Craig Dalton: want to get over to rooted. I, my first mountain bike race ever was at Mount snow. Oh, Vermont, because I grew up on the east coast. I've got like great memories. Similarly. Like it was like an event that my parents came to and it's just so beautiful in that area. [00:23:41] Moriah Wilson: Rooted was so fun. Like I loved that course. It was really fast. Yeah. Really fast. Some really fun class four sections. It rained, which like I had just, it was like BWR two weeks earlier or something. And BWR was the hardest race I've ever done. It was so hot. Yeah, I definitely suffered from the heat on that race and then going to Vermont and having it rain and be like really nice temperature. [00:24:16] It was amazing. I enjoyed that too. [00:24:19] Craig Dalton: One thing, the longer you stay here in the bay area, the worse you're going to get it riding in hot weather. [00:24:23] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. I need to get better at I feel pretty good about how my body. At elevation, but the heat is something I need to figure out because I don't think I'm very good at it. [00:24:33] Craig Dalton: Yeah. Yeah. So same, like I'm just destroyed from living in the fog belt. Yeah. [00:24:39] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. We'll have to see I'm to, I don't know. I don't know how to, I there's definitely ways you can, adapt your body to it. Need to do some research. Or just avoid those places. [00:24:49] Craig Dalton: Let's shift gears a little bit. Why don't you talk about the type of equipment you're riding? [00:24:54] Moriah Wilson: Like which specific by, [00:24:56] Craig Dalton: yeah. What bike or bike are you riding and what kind of, what tire with do you like to ride? [00:25:01] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. So I just got a new specialized crux that. One that just came out in October. Before that I'd been racing on a diverge, an older diverge, actually it's like a couple of years old. [00:25:16] And I've only raced let's see, big sugar. It was my first time racing, my new crux. And I could not love that bike more. It is an app. Weapon. I don't know how to describe it better. It's so light and so nimble. But still I feel very comfortable on it and feel like it handles very well and it's very capable. [00:25:40] And I don't know. I always, I like, I prefer to be a little bit under biked. Like I, whenever I only have a hardtail mountain bike and I, but I. Bride that on, trails that most people would ride a pretty big, full suspension bike on. I like pushing the limits of what a bike is capable of doing. [00:25:58] So yeah. And then for tires I have been running Pathfinder 40 twos on my crux. That's what I ran a big sugar. That's what I've had since I got it. And I've been loving those. [00:26:13] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that seems like a good size. I definitely had been in the 47 camp for a long time, but moved back down to 43. [00:26:20] He was like you, when you have solid off. Capabilities then you can handle a little bit narrower attire. Yeah. Although for a lot of people, particularly in Marin county, I recommend going as wide as they can. Cause a lot of times people that just aren't comfortable going downhill and you look at their bike and it's totally optimized around going up the hill. [00:26:39] Yeah. [00:26:39] Moriah Wilson: All my diverge, I was mostly on 38 and I didn't ride it a ton around here, but And I didn't really like to ride it around here. Now. I think that I'm on 42 is I think it makes it so much better. And especially without having, the future shock on the Crocs and having it be just a pretty rigid, stiff bike having 48 versus, or 40 twos versus 30 eights. [00:27:06] It's nice. Yeah, [00:27:07] Craig Dalton: it helps a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. And for the listener, you may recall, I spoke to Ben Edwards from specialized at about that bike. So you can get a little bit more details if you go back in your feed and listen to that conversation with Ben. Yeah. So have you had any, you've had such a great what I'll call a breakout season this year in 2021, have you been able to navigate the private tier sponsorship model and get a little bit more support going through. [00:27:32] Moriah Wilson: Yes I have. And it's still still figuring out the final details. And I definitely took my time sorting it all out. I debated maybe joining a team. There are definitely a number of teams that reached out to me and I thought maybe, that could possibly be the way to go, but I've been talking to a lot of people and reflecting on what I want to get out of this. [00:27:55] Really being able to set my own schedule and be in control of where I go and what my sponsors are and all that. The private tier like avenue seemed like the way to go. So that's definitely where I'm headed. And. Yeah, I'll be supported by specialized for next season and wahoo as well as a sponsor and the feed. [00:28:21] If you're familiar with a feed for nutrition and scratch as well. And then working on a couple others styling in, but I won't say, cause they're not finalized yet, but those are the ones that are pretty much. And yeah, I'm excited. It's definitely, taken some time to sort all that stuff out. [00:28:39] But I think no I'm pretty excited to be working with those brands and it'll be great to have their support. Yeah. [00:28:46] Craig Dalton: A hundred percent. I guess that's the challenge with the private tier model. You just have to be stay on top of those discussions and meet the right people. Yeah. Cobbled together the right program. [00:28:56] That's going to make it all work versus a team. Maybe handing you a, a single document that says, here you go. [00:29:03] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. There's some thing, certainly that's simple as an athlete, if that's not something you want to deal with, that makes a lot of sense. And, but I don't know. I think this is I want to be able to manage the. [00:29:16] Relationships more personally. And [00:29:20] Craig Dalton: yeah. And are you gonna keep your day job at specialized [00:29:25] Moriah Wilson: exam for this season? We'll see what who knows what's going to happen in the future? I have no idea. But yeah, I'm really fortunate. Be part of a great team who has given me a lot of support and flexibility in terms of, when I actually work, I definitely take time out of my day to train and work odd hours at times, work on the weekend, work at night. [00:29:46] I'm lucky to have that flexibility and that support and Yeah, we'll see how it goes. I think it'll be manageable this year. I'm definitely going to be traveling a lot. But I'm also fortunate that my job is I can do it remote very easily. I'll be going to the office. But otherwise like doing it on the road is really not too big of a [00:30:08] Craig Dalton: deal. [00:30:09] That's great. It's great to have that supportive. Employer that just understands, like they can give you the flexibility. And the nice thing is a lot of times as a cyclist, you want nothing more than to be sitting up on a couch with a computer on your lap. [00:30:21] Moriah Wilson: Totally. Like when I get home from a long ride, I'm like, I like, I don't want to go, like sometimes yeah. [00:30:30] Sitting at my desk or sitting on the couch, responding to emails is like the perfect thing that I need to do. Like it's great. Yeah. You need that rest and that recovery and it does balance each other out. [00:30:44] Craig Dalton: Yeah. It's been a lot of fun. As the listener knows I work at a nonprofit called bike index is one of the things I do at my time. [00:30:50] And one of our communications director was on the Olympic track program. And it was hilarious, like getting emails from her immediately after seeing her like race ATrack world cup or, be at the Olympics. It's funny. But she said the same thing. It's. What else am I going to do? I'm just, I'm a legit legitimately needing to just sit around and not do anything. [00:31:10] So might as well exercise my brain and get some [00:31:13] Moriah Wilson: work done. Yeah. Yeah, totally. [00:31:16] Craig Dalton: Well, it seems like the bay area has been agreeing with you. And as we were saying offline, there's just so many great female athletes and male athletes around the area. Have you found that it's just a great place to train and make [00:31:29] Moriah Wilson: connections? [00:31:30] It's the best place to train? I've definitely. Yeah. Now that I could feasibly go fully remote. Technically I'm not a remote employee right now. So I need to be based out of the bay, but, I've thought about moving out of the area and I just, I don't want to leave. [00:31:47] It's too good for where, like for the riding and where, what I want to be doing with writing right now. I just am always in awe of. The riding around here when they leave and come back getting on these roads and the trails and it always takes my breath away and I feel very motivated, I think when I'm here. [00:32:07] Craig Dalton: Yeah. It's so interesting. Living in the city, just riding across the golden gate bridge and San Francisco is such a vibrant city and then to come into Marin and be able to. Do a 50 mile loop and essentially be off-road the entire time is just such a luxury. [00:32:19] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. It's you take it for granted? [00:32:22] Sometimes I think I'm like, growing up in Vermont, it's similar to, but you don't have the year round aspect of it. It can go for a gravel, endless gravel rides from my house in Vermont without ever touching pavement, but You can only do that, from may to October and then it's no, either us the time. [00:32:44] So being able to ride here year round is it's pretty special. Yeah. [00:32:49] Craig Dalton: And I think you mentioned this with respect to BWR San Diego. It's like we don't have those long peddling miles necessarily. Everything is so up and down here that it, I don't know, it feels different on your body. So I'm with you when I get into a race. [00:33:03] We're an event with a lot of just rolling mile after mile these long distance things. I'm just not used to peddling that much consistently. [00:33:11] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. I'm definitely going to try to get up further north this [00:33:15] Craig Dalton: cat on [00:33:17] Moriah Wilson: this this winter get up to Napa Sonoma and kinda, I think the riding up there's a little bit. More aligned with, [00:33:25] Craig Dalton: I think it's describing. Yeah. I think that's going to be more similar to maybe some of the mid-west miles you may get in your racing calendar. [00:33:32] Moriah Wilson: Yeah. Yeah, definitely. [00:33:34] Yeah. Definitely. It can be hard to find flat miles. It doesn't really exist. I know that's [00:33:40] Craig Dalton: why my trouble, like I just, there's no easy days. And it's so blessed that like within 10 minutes of here, I can be on some trail going up hill that I just, I want to be, off-road so much more than I want to be on a road that it's always ends up being uphill. [00:33:54] Yeah, definitely. I feel that. Yeah. Well, this was a lot of fun. I appreciate you coming over and giving us a little bit of an overview. It sounds like the cat is demanding that this interview is over. So maybe we have to listen to my feline Lord up there. [00:34:09] Moriah Wilson: Well, thank you for having me. I'm really glad I was able to come and chat with you in person. [00:34:13] Yeah. Best of luck next year. Thank you so [00:34:15] Craig Dalton: much. [00:34:16] So that's going to do it for this week's edition of the gravel ride podcast. Big thanks to Moriah for coming by the backyard and for representing mill valley. So well out there on the national gravel calendar. [00:34:28] Another thank you to competitive cyclists.com. Go over to competitive cyclists.com/the gravel ride and enter promo code thug, gravel ride. To get 15% off your first full priced order. Plus free shipping. On orders of $50 or more. [00:34:43] I wanted to remind everybody who's listening to come on over to the ridership and join our free global forum for gravel cyclists. You can visit www.theridership.com. And join the conversation. We'd love to hear from you. If you've got any feedback about the podcast, you can direct message me there directly in a channel dedicated to the podcast, but much more importantly, you can talk to gravel, cyclists from all over the world to get beta on your local rides and to learn where to ride. [00:35:13] If you're traveling. 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Today on the podcast, I sync up with OOFOS President, Steve Gallo. OOFOS is the global leader in recovery footwear, founded by a team of industry veterans looking to help runners and fitness enthusiasts recover better from their workouts. Steve and I are talking about where his career began in footwear and what led him to his current job and at OOFOS has grown in the past four years. We also sync up about his college athlete days and the current exercise and wellness fueling him for success. Steve shares inspiring career and life advice and some big lessons he has taken from sports to the office! CONNECT OOFOS on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! TRAIN WITH ME Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health! Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker Head over to our SHOP page for additional offers from Marni on the Move partners, sponsors, and guests SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy!
This week Meagan and Sue keep their run streaks alive; Sherman gets a new running buddy in Meagan's Book Club; our Runner Girl of the Week survives a Half Iron triathlon in Florida; and listener feedback from a Runner Guy. Meagan's Book Club Current selection: Running with Sherman by Christopher McDougall Runner Girls Book List on Amazon Runner Girl of the Week Elizabeth on Strava
Today on the Marni On The Move podcast, I sync up with Nick Martin, former pro cyclist and Founder of The Pros Closet, the ecommerce and shopping destination for all things cycling. The Pro's Closet Inc. (TPC) is the world's largest and most trusted brand for pre-owned bikes. TPC purchases new and pre-owned bikes and accessories from manufacturers, retailers, and individuals. Whatever your jam- Road, Mountain, Gravel, Ebike they have it all! In 2006, Nick Martin was living out of his van, he was a Pro MTB-er, earning $17 a week. He started a shop on eBay, that he used to sell old gear, kits, and really anything for friends, teammates, other cyclists, today it's a multi-million dollar business. The company continues to grow, as they raised 40 Million in Series B Funding and Nick recently brought on a new CEO, John Levisay, to take the reins, but I'll let him tell you the story…. During our convo, Nick also shares where his passion for MTB and cycling began, how he went pro, and how is riding has evolved and shifted over the tears. We chat about some of the lessons and ideas he has gleamed while out on the bike that he has brought back to the business, some key turning points in growing The Pros Closet, and how he contues to follow his passion and do what he loves. CONNECT The Pros Closet on Instagram, YouTube, Facebook Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify SUBSCRIBE Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news! RIDE WITH ME Meet me on Zwift, Strava, or Peloton OFFERS Take control of your health and wellness journey with InsideTracker, the ultra-personalized nutrition platform that analyzes your blood, DNA, and lifestyle to help you optimize your body from the inside out. Transform your body's data into meaningful insights and a customized action plan of the science-backed nutrition recommendations you need to optimize your health! Get 25% percent off today at InsideTracker Head over to our SHOP page for additional offers from Marni on the Move partners, sponsors, and guests SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy!
Holly Clarke of the Impala RacingTeam returns to talk about what she's been up to since we last spoke to her in August of 2020. We recorded this episode before the USATF announced the new Olympic Trials Qualifying standard and before Holly ran CIM and (spoiler alert), saw that 2:37 and said, “hold my Negroni” and ran a 2:36:52. Holly is always a delight to talk to and we loved having her back on! Some highlights from our conversation:
215: Nike Melbourne Marathon Festival 2021 This episode of the Inside Running Podcast is brought to you by PILLAR Performance – Australia's first sports micronutrition brand – providing high-strength formulations to support optimal performance and recovery for endurance athletes. Available now at pillarperformance.com.au Brad overloads the calves with some questionable shoe choices. Julian gets his speed back up before spectating the Melbourne Marathon (with some mic issues thrown in). Brady recaps his week and goes into his race in the Melbourne Marathon race, going into his splits for the race and the conditions 2:20:41 placing 8th. The Nike Melbourne Marathon finally returned and was won by Brett Robinson in 2:14:33, ahead of Tom Do Canto and Ed Goddard in his debut in the distance. Milly Clark returned to form winning the marathon in 2:26:59 ahead of Eloise Wellings, who herself ran 2:229:19 to improve on her London performance from only 8 weeks earlier, with both posting World Championship qualifiers. Marni Ponton came third in a personal best time of 2:31:55. In the Half Marathon Izzy Batt-Doyle took out the win in her debut setting the course record of 1:10:17, ahead of Leanne Pompeani and Jessica Stenson. Jack Rayner lead out Dave McNeill and Tim Vincent to take the tape in 1:02:30 https://www.instagram.com/p/CXXJsoEPjcw/ Opening the festival on the day before was the 10k race, taken out by Ryan Gregson on his road-racing national tour ahead of Andre Waring and Jordan Williamsz. Rose Davies was first woman across, ahead of Rebekah Greene and Rose Donegan. Full Melbourne Marathon Festival Results https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/milly-clark-is-back-as-brett-robinson-dusts-off-tokyo/?fbclid=IwAR1GolsOBWCEELGqVsSz59OdQZbNRh1qR2VGpumeR2VTJpn5G7aFGRD7kxM Tom Thorpe defended his title in the Victorian 5000m Championships from earlier this year, winning in 13:58.49 while Rebekah Greene won her maiden title in 16:10.41. Athletics Victoria ResultsHub Olympic Representative Charlie Hunter turns professional, joining the “Pete Julian group” based in Oregon. https://www.instagram.com/p/CXRmFudlaRu/ Norwegian double-victories at the European Cross Championships with Jakob Ingebrigsten & Karoline Grøvdal taking the podiums over 10k of muddy terrain in Dublin. Athletics Weekly Report The boys chat with the first of the three new panelists of the upcoming Patreon-exclusive show, who joins in to recap their day at the Nike Melbourne Marathon Festival and gives listeners an insight into their plans for the year ahead. Listener Questions first ask about the validity of claiming your personal best from your Strava instead of the official result, and then discuss the case for keeping the Melbourne Marathon in December. Then, even after a long time coming, Moose gets bored of the old pre-race tropes. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/ Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KANf
Danny Huibregtse from The Netherlands, improved his marathon times from a 3:59 to a 2:34, using heart rate training. In his last marathon alone he ran a 34 minute PB from 3:08 down to 2:34, that's incredible!! We discuss his approach to training and racing, how he improved so much and recommendations for other athletes looking to improve. Danny and I first connected the summer of 2019. Danny has been a part of our Personal Best Training Program and it has been really exciting to follow his training and racing progress over time. Our Personal Best Program is a running coaching program and we often focus on MAF low heart rate training and race day strategies. To learn more, check out PBprogram.com I hope you enjoy my conversation with Danny Huibregtse. Full video of this conversation is on YouTube: https://youtu.be/dW2cK6r7UoA FIND DANNY HERE: ► Strava - https://www.strava.com/athletes/39154584 ► His 2:34 PB on Strava - https://bit.ly/danny-PB-strava YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: ► Personal Best Program: https://www.pbprogram.com ► Website: https://extramilest.com ► Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1329785 ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/florisgierman ► Podcast: https://extramilest.com/podcast SHOW NOTES 0:00 intro Danny 3:55 Danny's running background 6:18 His first marathon in 2008 at age 18 10:25 Pilot training, minimal running 11:55 3rd marathon, still bonking bad 14:10 MAF training experience 15:25 Chi-Running 19:05 Overcoming challenges MAF training 23:05 Changes in nutrition approach 28:00 His first sub 3 marathon goal mindset 31:25 Speedwork after base building 34:25 From 3:38 to 3:08 marathon improvement 36.30 Mindset limiting factor 37:20 From 3:08 to 2:34 marathon improvement 37:55 Training volume 40:55 Tapering for the big Rotterdam dam 43:25 Race day recap 52:05 Any concerns about blowing up? 54:05 The feeling of finishing in 2:34, a 34 minute PB 56:05 Energy management throughout a race 58:55 Nasal breathing 1:01:35 Importance of thinking big 1:05:53 Recommendations to improve BOOK MENTIONED: Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing by Dr Phil Maffetone: https://amzn.to/2WAcfbT
This week Sue and Meagan continue their Holiday Run Streak, Christopher McDougall is Running with Sherman in Meagan's Book Club, our Runner Guy of the Week shares a podcast Meagan will never listen to, and who got into Chicago in Running News. Meagan's Book Club Current selection: Running with Sherman by Christopher McDougall Runner Girls Book List on Amazon Runner Guy of the Week Ricky on Strava