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Julian Serrano is a beast. He's a Fire Fighter in South Florida, and when he's not serving his community, he does hard things to push himself. We talk about his intense experience running and finishing the Leadville 100, how it has change him, and what he feels are the most important lessons to be learned. https://www.instagram.com/thejulianserrano/ Special Thanks To: Few Will Hunt - Code JBP Save 15% at Checkout Fellowship Brand - Code JBP Save 10% at Checkout This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
#194 - This week, it's all about my last race, the 12-hour Ride to Walk Race and my camping trip at Calaveras Big Trees State Park. The race was terrific! It was so well prepared and organized! I'll be doing it again next year for sure! And, if you've never camped or ran on trails through giant Sequoias, you should start preparing for a trip to this great park! All the information for everything I talked about is on the website:https://www.martharunstheworld.com/Healthcare for HumansThis show is dedicated to exploring the history and culture of Washington's diverse...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
My guest on this episode is Hilary Matheson, a very talented female creative in the sport of trail and ultrarunning as well as an accomplished ultrarunner in her own right .She also just happens to be my girlfriend and adventure partner. In today's conversation, we talk about her start in the creative space from her typical 9-5 corporate life, how she wants to impact and influence more women to do the same, some of early health issues and how that helped shape her perspective on her life and the story of how we met. We also chat with first-time race director and professional athlete Tim Tollefson on the heels of his first event at the Mammoth Trail Fest. Joined by my partner Hilary Matheson, we asked him what it was like putting on an event of this scale for the first time in Mammoth Lakes, how it served as a salve for a disappointing 2022 summer run season, what we have to look forward to in 2023 and much more. + Watch on YouTube (Tim) https://youtu.be/alpOkeNl3A4 + Watch on YouTube (Hilary) https://youtu.be/ds7LiA9sODU + Hilary's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/hilaryann + Hilary's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thehilaryann/ + Mammoth Trail Fest https://www.mammothtrailfest.com/ ______ Patreon.com/BillyYang Instagram.com/BillyYangPod Twitter.com/BillyYang Facebook.com/BillyYangPodcast
By Davy Crockett You can read, listen, or watch Perhaps this is the tabloid episode of 19th century pedestrianism. In the late 1800s, ultrarunners (called pedestrians back then), both male and female spent a prolonged time away from their homes and families as they traveled to compete in races across American and in England. As with other professional athletes and celebrities, even in our day, love scandals would at times emerge that made for popular gossipy news stories. Many of these ultrarunners/pedestrians became instantly wealthy and had numerous adoring fans and friends who wished to be part of this new wild free-spending lifestyle. Some of these love scandals were covered in newspapers all over the country. Please help the ultrarunning history effort continue by signing up to contribute a little each month through Patreon. Signup and get a bonus episode about the first major six-day race held in California. Visit https://www.patreon.com/ultrarunninghistory Fannie Edwards' Love Triangle Brewster Hall In 1879, Fannie Edwards (1856-) of New York City, born in Portland Maine, burst onto the stage of pedestrianism when she succeeded in walking 3,000 quarter miles in 3,000 quarter hours at Brewster Hall in New York City on March 20, 1879. But along with her fame came scandal. She became quickly involved in a love triangle. She had been seen in public with Frank Leonardson for several months in the New York City area. Frank, also a pedestrian, was described as very good looking. He served as her trainer during her successful month-long walk. Fannie was described as “quite young, below the medium height and of slight 100 pounds, almost fragile physique. She has large lustrous brown eyes, an abundance of dark hair, and well-rounded features, suffused with the glow of health.” In March 1879, Frank's wife of seven years, Delia Leonardson, filed for abandonment and wanted some of his estimated $800 of pedestrian winnings for the support of their two children. Frank was arrested and a trial was held. “Lenardsen admitted the marriage and desertion, but said he could hardly support himself, but was willing to do whatever he could for his wife.” He claimed that he had only earned $31 as Fannie's trainer but made no mention of his previous success as a pedestrian. He had started competing in May 1878, in a 36-hour race, as a member of the Scottish American Athletic Club in New York City. He could balance a quart bottle filled with beef tea on his head as he walked. They had been likely involved for a year. “It was learned during the hearing that Miss Edwards induced him to forsake his wife for her company, sharing her earnings with him.” She had even hired his lawyer for the trial. Fannie Edwards The judge ruled that Frank must pay his wife $200 and pay $3 per week for alimony. “Fannie screamed, ‘Is that all?' with delight and surprise. She then bounded, brushed past Mrs. Lenardsen, and offered her gold watch and chain, her necklace, bracelets, and earrings to the court as security to have Frank released.” The judge said, “The court is not a pawn shop for lovers.” She then wrote out a check for the $200 and $156 for a year of support, and said, “That's cheap enough, I'd pay a thousand dollars to be rid of her.” Delia was left in a corner of the courtroom “crying as if her heart would break.” Frank and Fannie Edwards went off together. To get away from the scandal, they went to California to compete. At some point during their relationship, Frank took on the stage name of “Frank L. Edwards,” and they told people in California that he was Fannie's brother. They weren't discrete enough, the press noticed that Fannie soon had a diamond ring that they figured out came from Frank. But evidently their relationship only lasted a few months more. Fannie Edwards Destroys Another Marriage Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York Fannie Edwards was not through destroying marriages. William A.
For this episode, Zach dives into the training that lead to Aleksandr Sorokin's 8 World Records; 6 Hour, 100km, 100 Mile (2x), 12 Hour (2x), 24 Hour (2x). For additional details, check out episode 313 for Zach's discussion with Aleksandr Sorokin. HPO Sponsors: zachbitter.com/hposponsors BON CHARGE: boncharge.com/HPO promo code: HPO (20% off) LMNT: drinkLMNT.com/HPO Support HPO: zachbitter.com/hpo HPO Patreon: patreon.com/HPOpodcast Zach's Coaching: zachbitter.com/coaching Zach: zachbitter.com IG: @zachbitter Tw: @zbitter FB: @zbitterendurance Strava: Zach Bitter Tiktok: @zachbitter
Stephanie Howe, Corrine Malcom & Sarah Scozzaro take you through their personal experiences with injuries. Learn how they navigated through the injury process and their time away from running. They share what they did well and what they did not so well, along with what they learned going through this process. As coaches, they discuss how their personal experience makes them better coaches and can help athletes navigate this difficult time. Buy Koop's new book on Amazon or Audible.Information on coaching-www.trainright.comKoop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
No, you're not seeing things. We sit down with another finisher of the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning. She recaps her adventurous summer conquering the Grand Slam, on top of her regularly scheduled racing. We discuss various racing strategies and more...Be sure to subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen, and we always appreciate you leaving a good rate and review. Join the Facebook Group and follow us on Instagram.Have a topic you'd like to hear discussed in depth, or a guest you'd like to nominate? Email us at email@example.comKris Rugloski Ultrasignup
Jeff Browning (aka Bronco Billy) is a veteran ultra runner and endurance coach. He has competed in some of the world's hardest and most competitive ultra mountain races over the past two decades, including Western States 100, Ultra Fiord in Patagonia Chile, Europe's Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc, and Ultra Trail Mount Fuji in Japan. He's also a 5-time finisher and 2018 champion of the wild and tough Hardrock 100 in SW Colorado. He has finished over 150 ultra marathons in his career (closer to 200 based on this podcast!), racking up over 30 career ultra wins — most of those at the 100-mile distance, making him 2nd in the world for the most 100 mile wins in history behind the legendary Karl Meltzer. Follow him online @gobroncobilly and his website https://www.gobroncobilly.com/
In this episode of the podcast I was delighted to welcome on Niall O'Connor. Niall is a sports scientist, personal trainer & elite handballer who has competed at a national & inter-national level in handball, previously winning a doubles world championship. We discuss physical & mental preparation for elite sport, understanding momentum, difference between individual & team sport, controlling gameplay and how to successfully compete as a team. Niall speaks on how sports science has affected his training, gameplay strategies in the different codes of handball as well as mental strategies that can be applied to both individual & team sports. We also cover: - Is the GAA doing enough to promote the sport of handball in Ireland? - What beginner & intermediate players can focus on to improve their game? - Should the scoring system in handball be changed? Follow Mobility Tutor on Instagram, TikTok & YouTube. Get your free Return to Running Protocol here!
This week we are chatting with the incredible ultra runner John Maxwell about balancing life responsibilities with athletic goals! John also shares about many of his various ultra running adventures around the Pacific Northwest!! This one's awesome!!! Hope you all enjoy it!
Cherie is a lifelong athlete whose first serious competitive love was racing bicycles on the road and track; in the early 90s she earned her way on to a professional domestic team. Her post cycling life has primarily focused on running and she's raced distances from the 400m on the track to 50 miles on the trails, all the way to her recent completion of the historic 56-mile hilly road race, the Comrades Marathon in South Africa. These days Cherie is excited to explore the potential and the benefits of being an older athlete and what it means to improve as an athlete as the years go by. When Cherie isn't running or telling stories about other women running on Women's Running Stories, she's probably traveling or looking at animals. Ways to follow Hear Her SportsHear Her Sports website: HearHerSports.comHear Her Sports on Twitter: @hearhersportsHear Her Sports on Instagram: @hearhersportsWays to follow Women's Running StoriesWomen's Running Stories website: WomensRunningStories.comWomen's Running Stories on Twitter: @womenrunstoriesWomen's Running Stories on Instagram: @womensrunningstoriesMentioned in this episodeWomen's Running Stories podcast about ComradesComrades MarathonStacy Sims on Hear Her SportsCoach Tony GentilecoreWestern States 100The Balanced Runner, (Feldenkrais Method) Founder, Jae Gruenke Tracksmith Boston HaresRxBarsCETS (Cherie & Elizabeth Talk Sports)
Kan en löparskada leda till någonting bra? För dagens gäst Emmy Karnerud har en påtvingad löpvila med enbart runstreak lett till en enorm utveckling. När hon drabbades av en seglivad skada som inte ville ge med sig trots upprepade behandlingar, såg hon sig om efter en ny utmaning. Hon började träna handstående och är idag en starkare löpare än någonsin. Det här samtalet handlar om att inte ge upp löpningen trots att det känns hopplöst och hur man kan skapa motivation till alternativträning (som ofta känns så tråkigt!). Vi pratar om handstående, spiral stabilisering, styrketräning och balans i livet. Och om Ultravasan och prestation. Och så tipsar vi om 10 månader mot 10 mil som startar nästa gång 1 oktober. Följ Emmy på instagram som @lapersista Kolla in 10 månader mot 10 mil på https://paceonearth.se/lopcoaching
Episode 108 - David Lipman - SupersapiensDr. David Lipman is an Australian-trained Medical Doctor, Podiatrist, and Exercise Physiologist who is part of Supersapiens' world-renowned science team.Outside of work, David is an ultramarathon runner and physical activity advocate who is passionate about supporting athletes of all levels to reach their goals. https://www.supersapiens.com/en-GB/Please check it out our Patreon group if you would like to get involved and support the podcast. https://www.patreon.com/runtothehillspodcastEach week we'll bring you interviews with runners from the front, back and middle of the pack. We'll share training advice, nutrition advice and kit reviews too. We'll talk about current running stories and stories from inspirational people who we feel you might be interested in.This podcast is available to listen to at Spotify and Apple Podcasts too. Links below.https://open.spotify.com/show/2HlWHlGA8D6ifm1TmnP2Kthttps://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/run-to-the-hills/id1504643103YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaUcGDYF8919iZSDC8uV9xgFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1005937909821744Blog - https://www.chiacharge.co.uk/blogs/newsTwitter - https://twitter.com/run_tothehillsStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/runtothehillswithchiacharge/?hl=enStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastChia Charge - Since 2012 Chia Charge has been making sports nutrition which not only helps you perform better but tastes great too. You won't find any oddities in our Yorkshire baked flapjacks either, just good honest kitchen cupboard ingredients that make you move and feel great.
Welcome to Episode 53 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast! I am so excited to have Mike Wardian back on the show to chat about his transcon run, which he completed this past July.I did an Athlete Nutrition Profile on Mike in April 2020, right after he won the Quarantine Backyard Ultra with 262 miles in 63 hours. If you would like to learn more about Mike's nutrition story as a plant-based athlete (he eats eggs and honey, but otherwise follows a vegan diet), check out Episode 26. Mike always is a joy to talk to, so full of passion and positivity, and of course he is an unbelievable athlete too. He wears so many hats it's hard to keep track of it all - he is a professional runner, mostly focusing on ultra endurance events but you can find him doing pretty much every distance, and he also does CrossFit, plays pickle ball, cycles, rows, keeps a beehive (or at least tries!), and goes after all kinds of fun, random world records, all while working and spending time with his wife and two teenage sons. He only sleeps four hours a night, but it's still mind-boggling how he is able to accomplish everything that he does! If you're not familiar with his Running Home project, Mike ran 3,234 miles over 61 days, from May 1st to July 1st, across 13 states, from San Francisco City Hall to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, while raising over 100,000 dollars for World Vision's global clean water initiatives. I wanted to dig into all the details of how he fueled himself across the country, and of course, discuss some of the fun and crazy things that happened along the way.Thank you Mike for spending time with me on the podcast once again, and for continuing to inspire us all with your running accomplishments as well as your wonderful attitude towards life. Also - the audio was a bit choppy for some reason at certain points in the show. My apologies - working to fix that for next time, and hopefully doesn't take away too much from the show!Links & Resources:Website: http://mikewardian.comFollow on Instagram, Facebook, and TwitterMike is still raising money for World Vision USA - link to donate here. Other Announcements:Please show your support by leaving a rating and/or review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcastsMusic Credit: Joseph McDadeHave nutrition questions, a guest or topic request, or any other feedback? Email me - firstname.lastname@example.org.Want to work together? I'm accepting private nutrition clients! Check out my website www.eatforendurance.com for more info. Disclaimer – all information provided is for educational and entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to replace individual medical and nutrition recommendations.Support the show
Claire Bernard Miller, DPT on common issues amongst runners, how our feet are more important to preventing injuries than we know and why we should all seek pelvic floor physical therapy.Activate Physical Therapy & Wellness: https://activateptw.com/Gait happens: https://www.gaithappens.com/Claire Bernard Miller IG: https://www.instagram.com/activatephysicaltherapy/Information on coaching-https://trainright.com/Koop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop Buy Koop's new book on Amazon or Audible.
An ultrarunning evolution is happening around the country as race directors work to get more women to the start line. Case in point, officials of the High Lonesome 100, which takes place in Colorado's breathtaking Sawatch Range, introduced a lottery system to level the gender playing field, new rules for transgender and nonbinary entrants, and deferment for new parents. At the center of this policy change is the dynamic duo of Kelsey Banaszynski and Caleb Efta, a married couple who is working to do good in the ultrarunning world. Kelsey and Caleb join the show to talk about gender equality, new race policies, how those policies were implemented and what the response has been. Subscribe to UltraRunning Magazine at ultrarunning.com Thanks to our episode sponsor, Drymax High Lonesome 100: https://www.freestoneendurance.com/
This weekend sees the final Outlaw event of 2022, Outlaw X. To this date, there are only two men who have completed every single Outlaw triathlon starting with the first Outlaw full in 2010. During that time, Gary Goacher and Graham Yare have completed 32 Outlaw races and have become known in the Outlaw family as “The Last Men Standing”. This is no easy task! The series has grown from one event to five and with each passing year the task of staying healthy, training for, racing, and then recovering from each race becomes that little bit harder. Prior to this weekend's event, I took the time to sit down with Gary and Graham to talk about their Outlaw journey and how it has shaped the last 12 years of their life, including: How it all started A growing friendship What happens when the streak is broken Planning family holidays around races Overcoming illness and injury to get to the start line If you're interested in joining Gary and Graham at one of the Outlaw events for 2023, entries are open via www.outlawtriathlon.com. By entering before 14 November, your entry comes with a free deferral or transfer guarantee - so your entry is protected if the unexpected happens. To find out more about our resilient Outlaw athletes please see the links below: Gary Goacher Chiropractor - https://livewelltherapy.co.uk/ Graham Yare Twitter @UltraOutlaw Strava UltraOutlaw Gary and Graham also recommended some books which they have found inspirational: Graham -Mental Training for Ultra Running by Addie Bracy Gary - The Lost Art of Running by Shane Benzie, The Triathlete's Training Bible by Joe Friel. To download your FREE 4-week mobility plan, please click here. Join our SWAT/High Performance Human tribe now, with a happiness guarantee! Join SWAT/High Performance Human tribe here. 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.
#192 - Fresh off the Bigfoot 200, ultrarunner, coach and father Bryan Paisley joins me this week! He's finished some of the toughest races in ultrarunning and regularly shares his training runs on Instragram which are also no casual walk in the woods. Listen to Bryan's adventures and lessons learned while we go for a run on the trail! All of Bryan's links can be found at the MRTW website:https://www.martharunstheworld.com/Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 19 we welcome HPRS runner Stefan Schuster as our special guest host to discuss how running helps equip each of us with the mental tools to tackle challenges life throws at us, How ultramarathon running helps each of us achieve the “meaning of life.”
By Davy Crockett You can read, listen, or watch On April 24, 1897, ultrarunning/pedestrian champion Alice Robison was running in second place on the last day of a three-day race held at the Fifth Street Rink in East Liverpool, Ohio, with five runners. She was very intent on catching her long-time friend who was a few laps ahead of her. Needing a rest, she retired to her room provided at the Hotel Grand next door. That afternoon, a man came into town on a train from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The mustached man wore a new suit with a price tag still attached, and a white hat with a black band. He went to the hotel and inquired where Alice was staying. He ascended the stairs and went to the third-story room. Shortly after, a gunshot was heard! The porter of the hotel rushed into the room and found the woman on the floor bleeding from a gunshot wound in her head and saw the man leaning over her, holding a revolver. How could this happen, an ultrarunner was murdered during a race! Please help the ultrarunning history effort continue by signing up to contribute a little each month through Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/ultrarunninghistory Jones family in 1870 census Alice Robison's true name was Agnes Jane Jones (1860-1897). She was from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, the oldest of eleven children, a daughter of a coal miner. She married very young to James Waters, a coal miner, had three children, and later divorced. In 1882, at the age of 22, she next married again to Zachariah S. Robison (1851-1906). Robison family in 1880 census with first wife Alice was Zachariah's second wife. His first wife, Martha Alexandria (1854-1881) from Kentucky, died in 1881 at the youthful age of 27, leaving behind four children who had gone to live with their Robison grandparents. Alice eventually took on the role of mother and stepmother to all these seven children ages 3-12, and then had two more of her own, Robert (1883-) and Georgia (1886-) for nine children in the home on a small farm. Zachariah Robison Beallsville, Pennsylvania, where Robisons lived Alice's new husband, Zachariah Robison, was born in 1851. His Robison ancestors came from Ireland and settled in Beallsville, Pennsylvania, about 30 miles south of Pittsburgh, where his father was a cabinet maker. Of Zachariah it was said, “from the time he was 5-6 years old, he was puny and sickly and frequently had epileptic fits.” When his mother Susan Robison (1831-1906) would discipline him, he would fall to the floor in convulsions and remain unconscious. Once married to Alice in 1883, the Robison family moved around to various places in the west suburbs of Pittsburgh across the Ohio River. Alice became the boss of the family and was in control of all the family finances, including property in Crofton, Pennsylvania rumored to be worth $10,000. She worked hard as a washerwoman and house cleaner. Both Zachariah and Alice had drinking problems and would get drunk causing difficulties in the family. The oldest son David S. Robison (1871-1931), when age 15 in 1886, did not like the manner of life led by his father and stepmother Alice, so he left home and learned the trade of a tailor. Becoming a Professional Boxer In 1887, Alice started to take boxing lessons. She was very strong and weighed about 165 pounds. A newspaper article revealed her motivation for learning how to fight. She was in serious conflict with Hattie Stewart, a boxing champion who her first husband had become infatuated with years earlier. Alice wanted to fight her in some sort of dual. Zachariah was even trying to put up a $1,000 bet that she would win the fight. An editorial stated, "We have no concern whatever as to which woman comes off victorious, but if some fellow would just wallup Robison until he couldn't see straight for a month, we should experience a restful pleasure." Zachariah also took lessons and the two would box each other.
Episode 107 - Ali Bailey - Lakeland 100 WinnerThis week Eddie @edwinasutton and Gary @garythwaites2498 catch up with Ali Bailey. We talk about Ali's journey into running, how his Lakeland 100 race panned out and what is future goals are too!Please check it out our Patreon group if you would like to get involved and support the podcast. https://www.patreon.com/runtothehillspodcastEach week we'll bring you interviews with runners from the front, back and middle of the pack. We'll share training advice, nutrition advice and kit reviews too. We'll talk about current running stories and stories from inspirational people who we feel you might be interested in.This podcast is available to listen to at Spotify and Apple Podcasts too. Links below.https://open.spotify.com/show/2HlWHlGA8D6ifm1TmnP2Kthttps://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/run-to-the-hills/id1504643103YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaUcGDYF8919iZSDC8uV9xgFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1005937909821744Blog - https://www.chiacharge.co.uk/blogs/newsTwitter - https://twitter.com/run_tothehillsStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/runtothehillswithchiacharge/?hl=enStrava - https://www.strava.com/clubs/runtothehillspodcastChia Charge - Since 2012 Chia Charge has been making sports nutrition which not only helps you perform better but tastes great too. You won't find any oddities in our Yorkshire baked flapjacks either, just good honest kitchen cupboard ingredients that make you move and feel great.
Sophia Laukli is an American/Norwegian nordic skier who also happens to be one of the best mountain runners in the world. Earlier this season she won the Broken Arrow Skyrace, and a little over a month ago she came to Norway and crushed everyone at Stranda Fjord Trail Race (GTWS) including names such as Blandine L'hirondel, Emelie Forsberg, Elise Poncet and Sara Alonso. Let's get to know her a little better. Links:Sophia's Instagram (@sophialaukli)NEDA's Patreon pageSWAP Podcast with Kilian JornetNEDA Newsletter / nyhetsbrevOlav Holden's Instagram (@olavholden)Contact:NEDA Website (naerdetalvor.no)Email (email@example.com)Hans Kristian's Instagram (@hanserino)Support the show
In this episode, Dominic Guinto, CTS Athlete Services Director discusses how to build a valuable coach-athlete relationship.Buy Koop's new book on Amazon or AudibleInformation on coaching-www.trainright.comKoop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
Jess is a phenomenal athlete and has gritted her way to the finish line countless times. She qualified for UTMB's TDS by way of UTHC as did her younger sister Stacy. It was fascinating to hear how they managed to finish together while each harnesses such a competitive nature. Jess holds down a full time teaching job while perpetually training for whatever race or challenge piques her interest. She has held several premiere FKTs, won numerous mountain races, and spends much of her time trail running and nordic skiing.
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 18 we welcome HPRS runner Stefan Schuster as our special guest host to discuss the responsibilities of runners who wish to participate in trail and ultrarunning events, as well as exploration of self reliance.
Despite its fast rise from a quirky pastime to budding professional sport, ultrarunning is anything but new; people have been running (or walking) long distances competitively for centuries. Fueled by beer, and usually motivated by a wager or two, these early pioneers helped establish a long tradition of human-powered endurance that persists today. So, we sat down with ultrarunning historian, Davy Crockett, to trace the development of the 100-mile foot race through time, from its roots in the UK to its modern incarnation in the US. Along the way, we also bust some myths about the Western States 100, chat about race nutrition in the 1800s, and debate the greatest ultrarunner of all time. TOPICS & TIMESDavy's background (1:36)Falling in love with the 100-mile distance (6:58)Recovery strategies (10:53)How the sport has changed in the last 20 years (12:37)Ultrarunning History Podcast (15:29)“Where did ultrarunning actually start?” (20:28)Tracing the sport through the 19th century (28:16)1800s gear talk (34:39)Whiskey, drugs, and gambling (36:28)The first 100-mile mountain race (39:05)The Grand Slam of Ultrarunning (41:20)How to get into the American Ultrarunning Hall of Fame (44:52)G.O.A.T. debate (46:51)“Stranger Things” (53:15)RELATED LINKSDavy's website CHECK OUT OUR OTHER BLISTER PODCASTSCRAFTEDBlister PodcastGEAR:30Bikes & Big Ideas Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kia ora e te whānau. David Kilgore loves running on the trails in and around New York City. In 15 minutes he can move from The Bronx, where he lives, to the Hudson River Trails. David is the Trail and Ultramarathon Athlete Manager for On Running, a 4 x Florida state track and cross country champion and All-American runner. He's also been a member of the USA Trail and Ultrarunning team. Fresh from having most recently had the most fun ever at CCC and en route to Tarawera 102 km in February, David shares his love of running, life, race directing and the spectacular wildlife encounters that only someone who grew up in Florida could have. Enjoy. Episode Links David Kilgore Instagram Run the Empire StateHudson River 50 CurraNZSOS HydrationSCOTT Running Coros NZJulbo Eyewear UltrAspireirunfarGivealitle for Kerry's Rehab Dirt Church Radio on InstagramDirt Church Radio on Twitter Dirt Church Radio on Facebook Dirt Church Radio on PatreonCieleFurther Faster New Zealand
In this episode of the podcast I was delighted to welcome on Máirtín Óg McDonagh (@MindOverMountains). Máirtín is currently working as a life coach in the west of Ireland. Máirtín speaks on the effect of having a successful business that crashed during the financial crisis of 2008, how this affected his own life, how goals changed his life & the benefits of challenging oneself. We discuss his road to life coaching including many of the obstacles he has overcome that has helped shape his perspective. We also dive into his own battle with mental health, embracing vulnerabilities & taking responsibility for ones life.
This is my 2nd interview with Kilian Jornet, the greatest mountain and ultra runner of all time. We discuss ways for athletes to improve in training & racing, recovery, nutrition and UTMB 2022. Full YouTube interview: https://youtu.be/cU7cNo7ZwUk Chapters: 0:00 Start 3:42 Recovery from UTMB 5:42 Kilian's thoughts on recovery tools 7:10 Sleep and rest 8:32 Does Kilian work with a physical therapist or chiropractor? 9:41 UTMB - how Kilian felt going into race day 14:10 Does Kilian still experience race day nerves? 17:21 Kilian's UTMB race strategy 19:50 UTMB heart rate data Kilian 21:15 Running the first 60km with Jim Walmsley 22:30 Kilian's HR going too high, letting Jim go 25:45 How Kilian reset mentally from negative to fighting 26:35 Details of Kilian's winning UTMB move 29:25 Blood testing Kilian UTMB, with lactate, glucose and cholesterol 32:00 Kilian's nutrition & hydration strategy for ultras 35:30 Thoughts on fasted running 37:20 Body adaptations change during the season 39:15 Kilian's background with anxiety and stress 42:35 How Kilian used to deal with anxiety 45:20 Kilian's approach to strength training, mobility and cross training 46:56 Advice to non elite runners for strength training 49:06 How has Kilian grows from failure? 52:18 How to balance low intensity training and high intensity 54:48 Why Kilian avoids zone 5 training 55:23 Advice for athletes to enjoy trail & ultra running 57:35 Parting thoughts Subscribe and hit the bell to see new videos: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT LINKS AND TOOLS MENTIONED: ► Kilian Jornet's UTMB Record Breaking Data - https://coros.com/stories?kilian-jornet ► Analyzing Kilian Jornet's Data to Help You Improve! - https://coros.com/stories?kilian-jornet ► Cost-Benefit Recovery Quadrant v3 by Peter Tierney: https://bit.ly/3Dcwnpn ► My 1st Extramilest Show with Kilian: https://bit.ly/extramilest-show-51 ► Maurten Drink Mix 320 - https://bit.ly/3BpVi7M ► Maurten - Gel 100 - https://bit.ly/3ts454S ► Maurten - Gel 100 Caf 100 - https://bit.ly/3RBwKhF ► Maurten Solid C 225 bar - https://bit.ly/3Rw9MIV ► COROS APEX Pro watch: https://amzn.to/3PToyIX ► Nnormal: https://www.nnormal.com/ ► Above the Clouds Book: https://amzn.to/3OTYYlH ► Training for the Uphill Athlete Book: https://amzn.to/3PWOcwd ► Athlete Climate Academy: https://bit.ly/3ROCFzM Affiliate Disclosure: I may earn commissions if you purchase items via my affiliate links. "As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.” Affiliate links do not increase cost to you. Also, you do not need to use these links. You can also search for these same items in Amazon or on any search engine/shopping site of your choice and buy/research them that way. FIND KILIAN JORNET HERE: ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kilianjornet/ ► Strava: https://www.strava.com/pros/5452411 ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/kilianj ► YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/kilianjornet ► Website: https://www.kilianjornet.cat/ YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: ► Podcast: https://extramilest.com/podcast/ ► Personal Best Program: https://www.pbprogram.com/ ► Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1329785 ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/florisgierman ► Website: https://extramilest.com ► Website: https://pathprojects.com ABOUT THE EXTRAMILEST SHOW: A podcast and YouTube channel where host Floris Gierman interviews world class athletes, coaches and health experts on the topic of how to become a stronger, healthier and happier athlete. Subscribe and hit the bell to see new videos: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT
Coach Jason Koop speaks with Dr. Justin Ross on mental skills for ultrarunners. How can ultrarunners use awareness, focus, and concentration to improve their performance? How does optimism play a role in training and on race day? Does the meaning we attach to numbers like pace and vertical have an impact on how we view performance? We talk about what ultrarunners can do TODAY to improve their mental skills. I found this conversation fascinating and immediately actionable. Buy Koop's new book on Amazon or AudibleInformation on coaching-www.trainright.comKoop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
By Davy Crockett You can read, listen, or watch By 1906, when the pedestrian era was over, most of the elite pedestrians turned to legitimate professions to support their families. Daniel O'Leary was traveling for a big publishing house. John “Lepper” Hughes was in the real estate business, Jimmy Albert was a Texas cattleman, Robert Vint was an oil agent in Russia. Samuel Day was a house painter in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. But many others had a darker side, driven by motivations of greed and were not necessarily the most outstanding citizens. It should not be too surprising that many were involved in wild free-spending lifestyles, scandals, illegal activities, and run-ins with the law. This episode will concentrate on the strange darker side of the sport during the late 1800s. Future episodes will focus on corruption during the races and some bizarre love triangles among the running community. Run Davy Crockett's Pony Express Trail 50 or 100-miler to be held on October 14-15, 2022, on the historic wild west Pony Express Trail in Utah. Run among the wild horses. Crew required. Your family and friends drive along with you. http://ponyexpress100.org/ Publicity Fraud and Redemption The year 1879 saw an explosion of people trying to enter the ultrarunning/pedestrian sport with at least 90 six-day races held worldwide with 900 starters. That year, Madame Waldron and Walter Moore tried their hands at going after the fame and fortune of pedestrianism. Their story is interesting because they both degraded into serious fraud but later, they turned around their lives serving the downtrodden in their community. Harriet “Hattie” L. (Waldron) Adams (1845-1911), of Brooklyn, New York (also known as Madame Waldron), became a female pedestrian in 1879. She married very young, in 1861, at the age of seventeen, to Henry Adams and they had a daughter, Emma. Henry likely died and in 1879, as the Pedestrian craze took hold in America, Hattie turned to the sport to start a new life and attempt to earn a fortune. Skating in the Brooklyn Rink In January 1879, Adams (Madame Waldron) walked 150 miles in 50 hours at the Adelphi Theatre in New York City. Next, on March 3, 1879, she competed in an “International Pedestrian and Billiard Tournament” that was held at the Brooklyn Roller Skating Rink, near Dr. Justin D. Fulton's Temple. Pedestrians, male and female from nine countries attempted various walks for huge money on seven sawdust tracks, each 20 laps to a mile, set up in the building. It was an amazing spectacle. “Its entire appearance had been changed from a mammoth, bleak and dreary barn to a bright and cheery place of amusement. Between the tracks were placed rows of evergreens, shrubs and flowing plants which gave the floor much of the appearance of a garden. Three full-sized billiard tables were placed in a space in the center of the rink. From the roof were pendant hundreds of bright flags. At the rear of the hall was a large music gallery.” Adams/Madame Waldron and one of the most famous female pedestrians, May Marshall, attempted to walk 4,000 quarter miles in 4,000 quarter hours. Adams was said to be “of large statue but attractive,” 180 pounds, and claimed to be “the heavyweight champion of America.” She did not succeed in the very difficult 1,000-mile walk but had tasted the spotlight of fame and wanted more. A couple months later, Adams competed against Walter Moore (1854-1915), a novice walker and construction worker from Brooklyn, attempting 2,700 miles in 2,700 quarter hours in Brooklyn at Bennett's Hotel on Atlantic Avenue. They did not make it, covered at least 111 miles, but they did evidently find love and got married. Walter Moore started going by the name of Charles Livingston and claimed that he successfully walked 4,000 quarter miles in 4,000 quarter hours, which was not true. Fasting for 42 Days After their short pedestrian careers were over,
Des Linden is a professional runner for Brooks Running. She joins the Singletrack Podcast to talk about a range of topics including her interests in sports psychology, her nascent career as a commentator for NBC in their running broadcasts, and perhaps most notably to this audience - her intentions to transition more significantly from road marathons to trail and ultra running as early as next year.Timestamps:(0:37) - running background, accolades(2:01) - interests in sports psychology(5:00) - how she thinks about and handles pressure(7:31) - broadcasting, running commentary career(17:38) - reflections on the current stage of her marathoning career(19:28) - 50K world record, interests in ultras after that experience(22:14) - how she thinks about career transitions(24:39) - talks with sponsors about switching to/trying trails and ultras(25:39) - memorable moments visiting Chamonix this year, spectating UTMB(28:57) - strengths and weaknesses on trails(30:49) - other trails and ultra races she's interested in(31:50) - inspirations in our sport(32:43) - whether she will go "all-in" on trail and ultra running(34:08) - how her training and lifestyle would change switching to ultras(35:21) - miscellaneous questions Sponsors:Kodiak Cakes - use code Singletrack15 at checkout on their website to get 15% off your next orderGnarly Nutrition - use code Singletrack20 at checkout on their website to get 20% off your next orderInsideTracker - go to insidetracker.com/singletrack to get 20% off your next order.Links:Follow Des Linden on InstagramLinden X TwoChoosing To RunSupport the show
This week I have a very important conversation with fellow trail and ultra coach, Jessica Schnier, about diversity (or the lack of) in trail and ultra running. Jess and I chatted all about: How she got into running and ultrarunning Coaches of Color Initiative Safety & accessibility of trail running UTMB coverage & issues Representation in the media and with brands What we'd like to see from brands Lack of diversity follow through since 2020 Recognizing our privilege Making everyone feel welcome at races & on trails How races could increase diversity The need to gather and share data about diversity in races Why language matters for inclusion Calling out some BS we've seen What we all can do to help and so much more. This conversation is just one of many that need to be had, and we hope it'll be the start of many more. Listen to the RaceMob podcast: https://racemob.com/podcast/Jessica-Schnier Learn about the Coaches of Color Initiative: https://8020foundation.org/initiatives/ Jess' Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jess_schnier Jess' Coaching: https://www.smilesandmilescoaching.com/ CONNECT WITH ME: TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@coachingklutz Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachingklutz/ Website: https://www.coachingklutz.com/ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sign up for the group trail run list: https://mailchi.mp/coachingklutz/local-group-trail-run Podcast topic/interview requests: https://forms.gle/9P72CBFqwFikPcW28 Running coaching interest form --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coaching-klutz/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coaching-klutz/support
#190 - David Castro makes his second visit to MRTW. This time he talks about his first attempt at the Badwater 135 race. He tells us all about how it went and gives us an insight of what goes into not only running Badwater, but the massive preparation for the great race! All information can be found on the website: https://www.martharunstheworld.com/Fit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Healthy Lifestyle Solutions with Maya AcostaAre you ready to upgrade your health to a new level and do so by learning from experts...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
Abby in her own words: “I used to be a competitive ultra-runner. I competed in 100-mile mountain races and was pretty decent at it. In 2013 I competed and won (female division) the Grand Slam of Ultra-Running. This is 4 x 100 mile races in a 10 week span. But too much endurance + too little calories and carbs= Burnout. Anyone that doesn't believe burnout or adrenal issues are real is a liar. It's real and it's debilitating to your body and mind. I was forced to stop running and I eventually found weight-lifting. I tried my best at CrossFit but really gravitated towards heavy lifting and fell in love with Powerlifting. I worked with a Nutrition Coach and spent years reverse dieting to support my body and goals and un-do all the years of damage I did as an endurance athlete. My sole purpose was to lift as much as I possibly could in a weight class sport and I was pretty decent at it. In 2018 I competed in PowerLifting Nationals. At 138 pounds my best squat was 290 pounds, bench 190 pounds, and deadlift 325 pounds. I ended up hurting my back while lifting in 2019. I eventually decided to walk away from all competitive sports and focus on living a normal life with food and fitness balance. These days my goals include lifting weights to support health and hormones. I want to be fit and strong enough to keep up with Molly-dog and continue hiking some beautiful miles in the Colorado mountains. I enjoy eating all foods and consume over 2300 calories. I strength train for ~ 1 hour x 4-5 days per week. I walk 2.5-3.5 miles every-day with Miss Molly. I am happier and confident with my body now than any time before. You don't need to be extreme or restrict yourself to get results. I follow an all-foods fit approach. As a Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Coach my mission now is to prevent other athletes from making the same mistakes I made. My purpose in life is to serve others (women) and help them fuel their bodies, improve their relationship with food + fitness, and body image.” New episodes of the Tough Girl Podcast go live every Tuesday at 7am UK time - Subscribe so you don't miss a single episode. You can support the mission to increase the amount of female role models in the media by visiting www.patreon.com/toughgirlpodcast. Show notes Who is Abby Living in Denver, Colorado Working as a Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Coach What her early years were like Being 1 of 4 girls Being inspired by her older sister and getting involved in running from a young age Running in college and being a mid range mid pack person Post college getting into longer distances and finding her calling Loving the people in the running community Getting into the longer distances Running her first trail ultra and building a solid foundation Enjoying the mental side of the physical challenge Why 2013 was her break through year Putting in the hard work everyday Entering the grand slam of ultra running 4x100 mile races and winning (2013)! (the Western States 100 in California, the Vermont 100 Mile Endurance Run in Vermont, the Leadville Trail 100 in Colorado, and the Wasatch Front 100 Mile Endurance Run in Utah. Post season - and trying to recover Struggling with insomnia, fatigue, blood sugar levels, being anaemic, and not having a menstrual cycle for 3 years Trying to run through the symptoms Getting support and starting to help herself recover Adrenal Fatigue - HPA Access Disfunction Why Abby started strength training Having the goal to be as strong as possible Running following a low carb diet - and following keto Dr Stacey Simms - ROAR Why low carb isn't the best for women Needing to step away from competitive sports Having more balance in her life with regards to food and fitness Starting her own business Having balance in her life?! What a typical week of training looks like Loving and appreciating rest days Her philosophy with food now - all foods fit How to connect with Abby Final words of advice Figure out why you are making changes Social Media Instagram: @abbymcpabby Facebook: @AbbyMcQueeneyPenamonte
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Everyone has a different definition of what joyful movement means to them.On this episode, we are joined by four of my dear friends who recently participated in an ultra trail marathon, where they all ran more than 50 km, overnight, through a bush. And they LIKED it (I just cannot imagine!)And while each of them had their low points during the race, they all came out smiling. Their joy for the sport is palpable, and infectious. Tune in to hear their inspiring stories where they share their “why” for running, including how they coach themselves through the tough times, and what running has taught them about themselves and life in general. About our Guests: Bethany McRae, Tanya Mabon, Natalie Miltenburg and Robyn McClinchey are ultra trail marathon runners, mamas, trail sisters, and just all around amazing women that I'm honoured to call friends. About the Host---Kim Hagle (she/her) is Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Body Image Coach and founder of Radiant Vitality Wellness. Through mindset and movement coaching she helps women heal their relationship with food and exercise while disconnecting their worth from their weight, so they can feel healthy, happy and confident in the body they have. Can't get motivated to move? Download “The Motivation Secret” - Kim's FREE guide that will help you understand why you feel stuck. Inside you'll learn the three secrets to cultivating motivation that lasts and the one mistake we ALL make that is a motivation killer! www.radiantvitality.ca/motivationsecretReady to take the next step? Visit our website to learn more about our coaching programs www.radiantvitality.ca/programsFor health professionals looking to adopt the non-diet approach in your business, visit Kim's mentor, Stephanie Dodier's site for free resources to get started. https://www.stephaniedodier.comLet's stay in touch! Kim is on Instagram and Facebook @radiantvitalitywellness. Or visit her website at www.radiantvitality.caDisclaimer. The information contained in this podcast is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice. Always consult a health care professional about your unique needs. Support the show
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Big thanks to Marianne Hogan! My Links! https://linktr.ee/TrainingForUltra New T4U Wraps (click here) - Two Color Options Training For Ultra - The Book Big ty to the podcast sponsors! Tanri Outdoors "ULTRA10" for 10% off XoSkin - use discount code of “T4U10” or just visit the website for best price http://www.xoskin.us/
This week we start out with a recap of a 100 mile ultra that Eric's sister raced, then some Bike Tech with Eric about wheels and tires, and finally we move on to your questions about triathlon! We discuss the strength of carbon wheels, racing at altitude and how soon before the race you should be getting there, putting on wet wetsuits, and more! For gear, head over to http://www.thattriathlonlife.com
Coach Koop sits down with coaches Stephanie Howe Ph.D., AJW, Darcie Murphy, and Ryne Anderson to discuss what they are doing with their athletes' transition phase. Koop's blog on off-season- https://trainright.com/off-season-for-ultrarunners-setting-up-your-transition-phase/Buy Koop's new book on Amazon or AudibleInformation on coaching-www.trainright.comKoop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop
When I first began running long distances, I subscribed to this obscure black-and-white magazine called Ultrarunning. It was nothing but race results and a few articles and letters to the editor. The community of ultrarunners was very small in those days, and there were a couple of names I'd always see standing out in the results. One of them was Roy Pirrung, a legend of the sport, now 74 years young, who has run 105,000 lifetime miles, set 99 national records and counting, been named USATF Ultrarunner of the Year five times, and voted to the USATF Masters Hall of Fame. He has run 157 marathons and 219 ultramarathons. Roy is currently top-ranked in the world for 100 miles in the 70-74 year old age category. Some of his jaw-dropping marks include 90 miles in 12 hours, 100 miles in 13:15:50, 154 miles in 24 hours, and 243 miles in 48 hours. Roy thinks of himself not as an ultrarunner but as a runner, the kind of guy who will complete an ultra one day, and jump into a 5K the next day. He's also the extraordinary individual who'll eagerly jump into helping a cause like the American Cancer Society or to develop and support the sport. Roy shares global running experiences as diverse as Italy, Greece, and Asia's Gobi Desert. Roy is so full of great stories and vigor that our chat is going to span two episodes. Even at 74, Roy is looking to join previous WASP guest Dean Karnazes to again run 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 days. Roy shares some of his ideas about longevity, which inspires old guys like I am to keep pursuing goals and dreams, and hopefully will you as well. I hope you enjoy this very entertaining chat with one of running's legends.Roy Pirrungroypirrung.comFacebook Roy PirrungBill Stahlsilly_billy@msn.comFacebook Bill StahlInstagram @stahlor
Are you just getting into ultra running? Join Coach Patrick for a discussion on what to focus on in those early ultrarun days. Pick a Friendly First Race Durability Before Race Training Consistency is Your Mantra Practice on Race-Like Terrain Run with Others to Learn Faster
Mario Mendoza enters the UR Podcast inner sanctum just days ahead UTMB's CCC. Mario is a four-time USATF Trail Runner of the Year, two-time former treadmill World Record holder and he recently took first place overall at the Lake Sonoma 50 in 2021. Recently, he became a triple crown winner at this year's Broken Arrow Skyrace. What's more impressive is how Mario has parlayed his success into giving back to the community and makes the world a better place to live, work, play and run. Watch this episode on YouTube Thanks to our episode sponsor Drymax Subscribe to UltraRunning Magazine Visit Mario's website
#189 - What are FKTs? Fastest Known Times are speed records in running or hiking on a specified route. They are self organized and can be done supported with a crew or unsupported. I cover all the specifications and history, as well as some runners who have more FKTs than anyone else. For more info on FKTs, please visit the MRTW website. Also, don't miss my announcement afterwards!https://www.martharunstheworld.com/Holistic Life NavigationThis podcast explores how to heal stress & trauma holistically. I am your host, Luis...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
EPISODE SUMMARY Join me for another short & sweet solo episode of the Wired For Success podcast! Today I'm sharing the lessons I've learned from running my first 50k ultra-marathon and how you can use my framework to achieve your own goals. In this episode we talk about: - My framework for achieving any goal - Lessons from my first 50k ultra-marathon - Intention, goal-setting, action plans, mindset & consistency EPISODE NOTES Claudia Garbutt is a molecular biologist turned mindset & high-performance coach who helps ambitious, mission-driven entrepreneurs ditch the hustle, overwhelm & busywork so that they can show up as authentic & confident leaders, grow million-dollar businesses, and build their legacy. After launching her Top10 Wired For Success podcast and experiencing the power of podcasting firsthand, she now also teaches other high-ticket coaches & service-based entrepreneurs how to go from best-kept secret to go-to expert by launching their own successful Top10 podcast that they can monetize from the get-go without having to grow a big audience first. Claudia is German, a wife, mom of 2 kids and 2 cats, a runner, environmentalist, world-traveler, Red Cross volunteer, and cancer survivor. ------------------ Music credit: Vittoro by Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue) ----------------- If you enjoyed this episode, learned something new, had an epiphany moment - or were reminded about a simple truth that you had forgotten, please let me know by rating & reviewing this show on https://ratethispodcast.com/wiredforsuccess. Oh, and make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss out on any of the amazing future episodes! If you don't listen on iTunes, you can find all the episodes here. If you'd like to connect more, you can find me here: Website: www.wiredforsuccess.solutions Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wired_for_success/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/claudia.garbutt.1 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/claudia-garbutt/ HELPFUL RESOURCES Wanna prime your brain for success in less than 5min each day? Download my Brain Priming Affirmations For Entrepreneurs here: https://bit.ly/2VXC9VY Wanna find out how I can help you leverage the power of your mind and tap into the wisdom of your body to feel fully aligned, trust your intuition, and achieve your goals with ease and joy rather than with constant hustle and pushing yourself to the point of exhaustion – book a free 20min Strategy Session with me: https://bit.ly/2YemfIe Looking for great podcast guests for your own show or great shows to guest on? Try PodMatch, the platform that automatically matches ideal podcast hosts and guests for interviews. Like Tinder for podcasters. Or Guestio, the app that helps content creators interview high-level guests. Gives you access to those busy, hard-to-reach, next-level guests that you want to have on your show.
Welcome to Episode 52 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast! I am really excited about my guest today - sports scientist Andy Blow. In his younger days, Andy was an elite-level triathlete, finishing in the top-10 of Ironman and 70.3 races, as well as winning an Xterra World title. He also previously worked as the Team Sports Scientist for the Benetton and Renault Formula 1 teams, and remains an adviser to the Porsche Human Performance Center at Silverstone, home of the British Grand Prix.Andy's struggles with sports nutrition in his own race experiences ultimately led him to set up his company, Precision Fuel and Hydration, which specializes in helping athletes discover their unique hydration needs and create individualized fueling and hydration strategies for training and competitions. I absolutely loved the discussion that we had today. It's a long one, because I got Andy to indulge my endless curiosity about the world of Formula 1, so if you're at all interested in that, you're in for a treat. He also is an expert in hydration, and we spent a lot of time delving into this huge, important topic. Andy has been on many other shows going through these concepts in detail, but hydration is such a key topic that so many athletes find confusing that I thought it would be worth sharing once again on my platform as well.In full disclosure, I received free sports nutrition samples from Andy's team in advance of this recording, and I will be receiving a free sweat sodium test (as part of my client work, I always like to test out products/services), but I have not received any payment from his company. I hope you get some good takeaways from our chat, and if you are hungry for more on this topic, I strongly encourage you to check out Precision Fuel & Hydration's website and especially their knowledge hub, which is packed with great info.Without further ado, please enjoy my conversation with Andy Blow about all things hydration as well as Formula 1 sports nutrition. Links & Resources:Follow Precision Fuel and Hydration on Instagram and FacebookWhy sodium is crucial to athletes performing at their bestHow to START hydrated and why that's so important.How to tell if you're a salty sweaterDifferent types of sports drink and when to use themThe different types of Sweat Test and why you should have oneFuel & Hydration PlannerOther Announcements:Please show your support by leaving a rating and/or review on Apple Podcasts Music Credit: Joseph McDadeHave nutrition questions, a guest or topic request, or any other feedback? Email me - email@example.com.Support the show
Coaches Sarah Scozzaro and Nicole Rasmussen discuss why and how to start an off-season strength training program with practical examples.Sarah's article on home setupsBuy Koop's new book on Amazon or AudibleInformation on coaching-www.trainright.comKoop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoopSarah's IGPrevious podcasts with Sarah and Nicole