Fri, 30 September 2022
This is the first part of our chapter by chapter review of Steve Magness' new book Do Hard Things - Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of REAL TOUGHNESS. We encourage you to buy the book and read along as we will have follow up episodes discussing the key points in each chapter. In this episode we discuss Chapters 2, 5 and 6
Steve Magness is a runner, coach and world-renowned expert on peak performance. He uncovers the science and helps us learn how to be better athletes and tougher people. Every runner and parent should read this book. It's that good.
Thu, 22 September 2022
Brad Kearns has been striving for peak performance, healthy living and fitness. Recently his thinking of nutrition was challenged on his B.rad podcast by a guest, Jay Feldman. We thought this was interesting enough to invite Brad back to discuss his new thoughts. Brad might get you to rethink your nutrition and start a discussion with your running friends.
Brad Kearns is a New York Times bestselling author, Guinness World Record setting professional Speed golfer, #1 ranked USA age 55-59 high jumper, and former US national champion and #3 world-ranked professional triathlete.
Brad has written over twenty books on diet, health, peak performance, and ancestral living, and is a popular speaker, retreat host, and host of numerous online multimedia educational courses at BradKearns.com. In 2017, The Keto Reset Diet (co-authored with Mark Sisson) became New York Times bestseller, and #1 ranked overall bestselling book on amazon.com for two days.
He promotes the importance of performing a daily morning exercise routine for a natural energy boost, improved strength, mobility and flexibility, and better focus and discipline in all areas of life.
Fri, 16 September 2022
Most runners don’t like strength training, including many of our experts in this episode. Our experts discuss why it is important, how we can implement it into our training program and the benefits.
Michael Wardian is a great example of how strength training can help him become one of the best consistent ultra athletes with over 300 marathons and ultras. He has many accomplishments including setting the record world record time in 7 marathons on 7 continents in 7 days and just completed a transcontinental run, “Running Home” in 61 days. Check him out on Instagram or learn more on his web site. Check out this video showing Mike’s three core strength exercises that you can do anywhere (dead bugs, bridge, bird dog)!
Jason Fitzgerald had to be on this strength running episode because he has a podcast and website dedicated to the subject, Strength Running. Jason is a USA Track & Field certified coach, and frequent contributor on PodiumRunner, Runner’s World, Active, MapMyRun, The Art of Manliness, Lifehacker and others. He has been running competitively since 1998 and competitively in the 3,000m Steeplechase. After you subscribe to his podcast, follow him on Twitter, Instagram and Youtube.
Brad Kearns is a top endurance and multisport athlete, author, podcaster and coach. Check out more at:
Alex is an avid runner and author. We did a series of podcasts on his book, Endure: Mind, Body and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance.
Fri, 9 September 2022
Professional Headmaster and 2nd place finisher of the 2005 Western States 100, Andy Jones-Wilkins, join us to write the latest edition of Audio Magazine. The Authors dug deep to come up with topics that will keep you up to date and informed about trail running.
Since there was so much trash talking leading up to this recording, we kindly ask our listeners to rank the magazine articles best to worst. Click this link to participate in the poll. There might be some high stakes and bragging rights based on the results, which, of course, we will share with The Nation.
Fri, 2 September 2022
Runner, Coach, and Author Matt Fitzgerald has a new book out, On Pace, Discover How to Run Every Race at Your Real Limit.
If you go to the link you can get the first chapter for FREE!!!!
Matt helps us undersand why pacing matters, why it is difficult to do, and how to become better at it.