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Road Dog Podcast

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Road Dog Podcast

Luis Escobar and Kevin Lyons

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Adventure outside with Luis Escobar, trail running legend, race director, running mentor and photographer, as he converses with athletes and public figures about all things extreme sports. We’ll cover everything from sell-out trail races to the most unknown ultra-running adventures around the globe, swing over into the world of rock climbing, and dive into mountain biking, triathlons and more.
 
The Training For Ultra Podcast with Rob Steger - Weekly inspiration to get you out the door to run! A mix of elite interviews with mid to back-of-the-pack runners who inspire. Whether you are just starting to run or are a seasoned pro, everyone should find something interesting in this podcast. Let's start training for ultra! www.trainingforultra.com
 
A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: https://richroll.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Get (+ keep) moving without losing your family, job, or sanity! Host Sarah Bowen Shea, a mom of three and veteran of 14 marathons, is joined by a rotating cast of co-hosts and often a guest expert to discuss topics ranging from how to reach a big race goal to finding your athletic happy place, and everything in between. Training, nutrition, motivation, mental toughness, TMI issues: These mother runners cover it all (and then some). This witty, conversational podcast makes a great running par ...
 
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The Sonya Looney Show

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The Sonya Looney Show

Sonya Looney: : Mindset, Plant-Based Nutrition, Performance, Mountain Bikin

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Pro Mountain Biker, Plant-Based Athlete, and World Endurance Champion, Sonya Looney interviews inspiring leaders about vegan & plant-based nutrition, cycling and endurance training, mountain bike tips, sports psychology, adventure travel, mindset, personal development, and entrepreneurship to help you unlock the best and healthiest version of yourself. Find out more at: www.sonyalooney.com
 
Running is the one thing that we all like talking about. Every fortnight, we will be having a chat and a cuppa with an incredible woman from the world of running. From superstar pro runners to everyday plodders, each of them has made a big difference to running - and to women. We realised that there was a huge gap in the podcast world: a podcast that was about our favourite subject, that was about women, and was also long enough to keep us entertained on our longer runs. We don’t want to lis ...
 
Not another running podcast! Running Podcast, created by your run of the mill, everyday runner. Join and listen to episodes with me Natalie, "@notanotherrunner" as I chat about all things running, training & health related to help keep you motivated, inspired and enthusiastic using an active approach of gratitude and mindfulness.
 
In The Flow explores sport and performance nutrition, coaching, and plant-based living for endurance athletes to fuel the flow of meaningful movement. Hosted by sports nutritionist, coach, and mountain athlete, Jackson Long, MS SENr.
 
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UltraHuman

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UltraHuman

Infinite Courage Coaching

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People at the extremes are sometimes revered and often misunderstood. Professional Coach and endurance athlete Brooke Ramsay interviews some of the world's most ultra humans. Doers, athletes and warriors, Brooke unearths the mindset and spirit behind people who push themselves to their limits and beyond. If you're an endurance athlete, an admirer seeking to understand the why and how, or need inspiration to push your own limits, Ultra, Human is for you.
 
The Eat for Endurance podcast features Claire Shorenstein, NYC-based Sports Dietitian and running coach, and her nutrition tips for longevity in life and in sport. Through a combination of Nutrition Profiles featuring high performing athletes, interviews with fellow dietitians on their areas of expertise, and solo episodes on various nutrition topics, Claire hopes to inspire her listeners in their own training and fueling and demonstrate that there is no one-size-fits-all nutrition approach ...
 
The Fear and Courage Podcast tells the stories of military service members, law enforcement officers, and first responders. These experiences are intense and in many ways foreign to the majority of people. The show includes stories with intensity, unique experiences, personal impacts (positive and negative), and lives changed for the better or worse as a result of a career of service. By telling the impactful stories of education, training, operations, traumas, victories, career paths, and f ...
 
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Recovering from injuries is challenging when they keep you away from running for days or weeks. But injuries that linger for years require a special type of perspective and perseverance. This week’s podcast guest received the kind of news you hope never to receive from a doctor - that you might never run again. Connor Meakin had been an elite athle…
 
Andrea shares how she started in the Ultra world. We discuss transitioning from road running to trail running. Andrea shares the details from her first 100 miler and how she overcame a medical event that would have taken most runners out. *At the end I share what podcasts are coming up but there has since been a change in the schedule, see social m…
 
Wow! One hundred episodes! I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate the centennial than with one of my perennial favorite episodes, debating the mens’ and womens’ Ultrarunners of the Year. I was once again thrilled to be included on the voting panel for this award. And as usual, I brought in some outside help to set me straight on my voting be…
 
Ready to hit the snow on skinny skis? You will be after this podcast about cross country skiing basics! Dimity and co-host Sarah Wassner Flynn talk to Anne Hinrichs, a cross country ski instructor and Birkebeiner finisher, and Emily Fischer, a marathoner and triathlete who is training for her first Korteloppet, a 29K ski race during the Birkebeiner…
 
As we grapple with a global pandemic, experiential climate change, mass species extinction, and many other dire calamities—it can feel like the world has lost its moral center. But every solution begins with hope—the antidote to what ails us. Famed primatologist, climate activist, and global icon Jane Goodall has devoted her life to better understa…
 
“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 d…
 
You may remember my friend and LSU professor, Gwen Zywicke from Episode 92. I invited her back to discuss the release of her book, “Ultrarunning Mysticism: Mind, Body, Spirit and the Sacredness of Overcoming Suffering.” We have a great time diving into the process and discussing more of her discoveries in writing the book. You’ll love Gwen’s energy…
 
Sponsor: Thorne supplements help athletes meet their unique needs. And many of Thorne’s supplements are NSF certified. So let’s make sure you’re not running yourself into any deficits—this list is a good place to start: Magnesium Bisglycinate Stress B Complex Vitamin D/K2 drops Multivitamin Elite Prenatal Meriva L-Glutamine BioGeset Go ahead, click…
 
Book lovers: This bi-annual episode is a must-listen! Sarah and Ellison cozy up (remotely) to talk about the best new books they’ve read (and listened to). Fiction and non-fiction. Here are the books they discuss: Fight Night: Miriam Toews A Line to Kill: Anthony Horowitz The Days of Afrekete: Asali Solomon Chouette: Claire Oshetsky The School for …
 
In this week’s podcast, Sonya sat down with Katy Milkman, a professor at The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, as well as Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine, to discuss behavior sciences, behavior change, setting goals, and much more. Katy conducts research that looks at insights from economics and psychology and how the…
 
Big thank you to Marianne Hogan! Check out the newsletter on my LinkTree below for quotes and highlights from this episode (coming soon). My Links! https://linktr.ee/TrainingForUltra New on my YouTube - PACING MOAB 240 https://youtu.be/WE8Ae94WGIANew on my YouTube - WORKING FROM HOME New T4U Wraps (click here) - Two Color Options Training For Ultra…
 
This week’s episode tackles a variety of questions about the training process, including off-season planning, the concept of sandwiching, addressing cramps and side stitches, and more! Drawing from Instagram and Twitter, Jason is directly answering your specific questions. We’re going to discuss the “sandwiching” concept, side stitches, optimal cad…
 
Nick Tiller Research is a fellow at the Lundquist Institute at Harbor-UCLA where he studies clinical respiratory and exercise physiology, and the physiology/pathophysiology of ultra-endurance exercise. He is also a columnist at Skeptical Inquirer Magazine, and the author of 'The Skeptic's Guide to Sports Science' Skeptical Inquirer Magazine Nick’s …
 
In this episode Holly and I are chatting about running recovery and our experiences with diets. You find us in the middle of chatting about my new haircut, so sorry about that, but I included a bit because it segues brilliantly to a comment we’ve had on the podcast, as you’ll discover. We also talk about running through illness when you should actu…
 
Listen to this episode if you’re like Carly and you’re waffling on winter training for a spring race. Or if you’re like Katie and you wonder if you still need to do hill repeats when you live in a hilly part of the country. Or Amy, who is contemplating joining a Masters swim team. To leave your question, please call 470-BADASS1 (470-223-2771), keep…
 
The many benefits to cultivating a spiritual practice are obvious to those with experience—but it’s a pursuit too long dismissed by skeptics and scientists. That is, until now. Recent research in neuroscience, genetics, and epidemiology now establish that humans are not only universally equipped with a capacity for (and inclination towards) spiritu…
 
“It’s almost like if you go through a traumatic experience and you don’t treat it, it’s almost like your brain wants more trauma.” Karna Chana Blugrind was born in Denmark, converted to Judaism, went through some big life transitions and loves the running community. Her her compelling story and how running changed her life. Co-Host Jennifer Charpen…
 
By Davy CrockettYou can read, listen, or watchDaniel O'LearyBy March 1875, Edward Payson Weston, from New York City, was on top of the ultrarunning world (called Pedestrianism). He had just won the first six-day race in history, was the only person who had ever walked 500 miles in six days and held the 24-hour world walking record of 115 miles. Thr…
 
This week we visit with a really strong runner, Mindy Coolman. She’s a dietitian in Nebraska and has quite the ultra running resume. This is a really fun conversation about mistakes made during her first ultras and important lessons she’s learned. We dive into the ups and downs of health and ultrarunning and how she’s battled and come back from a l…
 
An episode for everyone who admires trailblazers like Kathrine Switzer and Jane Fonda: Journalist Danielle Friedman shares insight and anecdotes gained from her research for her brand-new book, Let’s Get Physical. She talks with hosts Sarah and Katie about: -the genesis of our contemporary fitness industry; -the pervasive (and now debunked!) notion…
 
Alicja Partyka is a 5th year medicine student at Poznan University of Medical Sciences. She is the lead author of a recent narrative review- The Consequences of Training and Competition to the Musculoskeletal System in Ultramarathon Runners: A Narrative Review Alicja’s instagram and ResearchGate. Zibi on ResearchGate and Runner’s world article on m…
 
Excuses can show up in several forms, especially when it comes to following through with goals and commitments. The biggest excuse often comes in the form of procrastination. We say we will do something later and then we never do it. Other forms of excuses show up as a reason to let yourself off the hook. Maybe you feel like you're too tired, too l…
 
Stephanie Howe is a heavy hitter from the ultra-endurance world who holds a PhD in Nutrition and Exercise Science. As an elite trail and mountain runner, Stephanie has won the Western States 100-mile Endurance Run and holds the course records for the Bandera 100k and Lake Sonoma 50 miler. Stephanie's doctoral dissertation focused on the influence o…
 
Goals are great. But far more important is who you become in the pursuit of said goals. Focus on the inside work. Process over results. Craft over competition. Ritual over routine. Recalibration over resolution. And watch your world change. After an extended break, the ever-so-popular Coaches’ Corner edition of the podcast is back with not one Olym…
 
In this episode we’re having a chat with Nell McAndrew, who just happens to be gracing the cover of our January issue right at this very minute. Have you got your copy yet? We are so chuffed to have bagged Nell on our cover - now you might remember Nell from back in the 90s when she transformed into Lara Croft and ended up on many a bedroom wall. B…
 
Big thank you to Dean Karnazes! Check out the newsletter on my LinkTree below for quotes and highlights from this episode. My Links! https://linktr.ee/TrainingForUltra New on my YouTube - PACING MOAB 240 https://youtu.be/WE8Ae94WGIANew on my YouTube - WORKING FROM HOME New T4U Wraps (click here) - Two Color Options Training For Ultra - The Book Big…
 
If you’re looking for some simple, easy ways to integrate habits into your life, we’ve got you. Two experts—psychologist Dr. Michelle Trotter-Mathison and dietician Ellie Kempton—chat with Dimity and Sarah Wassner Flynn about what makes a sustainable, healthy habit. Among other things, the discussion includes: The disconnect between intention and a…
 
West Coast trail goddess Dani Moreno gives us the lowdown on her breakthrough 2021 season before answering twenty stupid questions about cheese, ABBA, Tim Allen, and much more. Links: Dani’s website Beers for this episode: Ober Creek Sundial, Ommegang Neon Rainbows, Kyla Ginger Tangerine Kombucha Intro music: "Fine Line" by the Bloodletters Outro m…
 
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