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Tails from the Long Run
122 minutes | Feb 24, 2020
Maine Marathon and Chicago 2019
In this episode we sit down with Jake, Dan, Alan, Kyle, and John P. to talk about their training going into the Maine and Chicago Marathons and how each race went for each person. Sorry it took so long to edit/get this posted but hope you enjoy nonetheless.
67 minutes | Nov 18, 2019
Jake & Ryan - Sri Chinmoy Marathon
In this episode we talk with Jake and Ryan about Jakes second marathon of the year Sri Chinmoy in New York. Ryan sits in as Jakes coach throughout his training and talks about the plan he had Jake on. Jake talks strategy and Scott listens to a different training approach than he is used to. Jake ran this marathon as a last chance effort to qualify for the 2020 Boston Marathon after falling short at Bay Of Fundy earlier in the year. Listen in to hear how Jake did. And now on to the episode!
68 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
Ryan Metivier & David Kesterson - Last Man Standing 2019
In this episode we sit down with Ryan and Dave to talk about what their training and goals are going into Last Man Standing, an ultra marathon that happens in Maine on Labor Day weekend. Dave is also my coach so we talk a little about how coaching has gone for me. This is the first podcast where I have done no editing at all so this is the raw cut in hopes to get out more content. Please let me know how this format works or does not work. Hope you enjoy!
92 minutes | Nov 14, 2019
Bay Of Fundy Marathon Race Recap
WHAAAAAAT I THOUGHT THIS THING WAS DEAD!!! Hi everyone, sorry for the delay in episodes, motivation has been low and training for the Chicago Marathon took precedence. Now that it is winter in Maine hopefully the podcasters can get together more and put up more content. This episode was recorded back in June but in this episode we sit down to talk with Jake Norris and Todd Michaud about their race The Bay Of Fundy Marathon back in June. We touch upon race strategy, training philosophy, milage among other things. Hope you enjoy. In the next episode we sit down with Ryan Metivier and special guest David Kesterson to talk about there upcoming ultra Last Man Standing happening in New Gloucester, Maine
57 minutes | Jul 12, 2019
Season Two - Bay Of Fundy Prep
Welcome to season two where we are in a bit of a transition phase and are working to get more guests on the podcast and have changed our line-up of podcasters. Throughout the season you will hear from Scott, Alan and Jake hosting different guests from around the Maine area. So here we go onto our second season, sit back and enjoy! In this episode we sit with Jake Norris about his upcoming marathon the Bay of Fundy. We talk about his strategy and mindset going into the race and what preparations he has done to set himself up for a good race. In the next episode we sit with Jake and Todd Michaud to recap how their marathons may have went well, what went wrong and we get an idea of how Todd approaches a marathon.
50 minutes | Jun 13, 2019
Post Marathon Transitioning
In this final episode of season one we sit down with guest Kyle Simmons and chat about the benefits of marathon training and capitalizing on the foundation that you have built up during your training cycle. We also talk about gearing up for the next season after the marathon. Kyle and Alan also talk about their experiences at Boston this year. Jake also chimes in with some questions as a beginning marathoner in regards to plans and trying to qualify for Boston. With the conclusion of Season one we will be starting season two with a new host line up and more guest speakers. There will be the same amount of beers and banter. Stay tuned as Jake, Alan and Scott gear up for a series on conversations with many interesting personalities. In the next episode we talk with Jake Norris about his upcoming marathon Bay of Fundy. We talk about his training cycle, his preparation going into the marathon and his thought process having only been his second marathon. Jake, we wish you the BEST!
70 minutes | May 15, 2019
In this episode we talk about tapering for races, mostly the marathon being that this was recorded a week before the 2019 Boston Marathon. Alan, Kyle Simmons (our guest who is running his first Boston) and Scott each talk about the different methods that they have used for training and tapering for the marathon event. Jake Norris also sits with us who is also a local runner making his way back into running and will begin training for his second marathon. In the next episode we will have a more free flowing conversation with Kyle Simmons, Alan, Jake and Scott. Some of the conversation revolves around the outcome of the Boston Marathon.
53 minutes | May 7, 2019
Boston Marathon Preparation
Alright I know this seems like a special treat to be getting two episodes so close to one another and no it is not Christmas I just have had some time to finally edit past recordings. So in this episode we talk about the Boston Marathon. Once again we have Ryan Metivier as a fill in who has run Boston a number of times and gives his perspective on what to consider when lining up at this special race. We also have another guest Jake Norris for this episode who will be making an appearance in coming episodes. In the next episode we will be talking about tapering and the different philosophies of each person.
76 minutes | May 2, 2019
The Other Side (of Injury)
Hi everyone, sorry for the hiatus from posting but we have 3 episodes that are in various stages of editing and hope to have those out soon. In this podcast we are going to talk about what it feels like to be on the other side of an injury. We delve into how someone's outlook and personality can be different when injured and how it can change once recovered. How it feels to be able to get back into workouts with training partner. Furthermore I would like to announce that one of our fellow podcasters, Wes Danforth will not be present for the remainder of the year as he is in basic training for the Air Nation Guard. In his absence we introduce Ryan Metivier, a local runner who professionally is a Chiropractor. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the podcast along with a different perspective that listeners have yet to hear. We hope to make more consistent podcasts but without further ado, here is our podcast on "the other side"!
52 minutes | Mar 14, 2019
Injury - It sucks
Don’t get injured. It is no fun. Enjoy our topic on how we deal with injury and coming back.
46 minutes | Feb 5, 2019
In this episode we talk about stretching...when we prefer to stretch, what we have learned over the years of running. We also talk about yoga and other techniques we use for recovery. Also in this episode Wes reports remotely so we apologize for any audio issues we have. We are working out different ways to encourage more guests. In our next episode we talk about injury and how to see sane during the down time along with pathways to recovery.
60 minutes | Jan 8, 2019
In this episode we sit down to talk about off-season training. During the podcast we chat about the importance of taking a break, how mindset is important and how one’s opinion of their fitness may not correlate to what it actually is. We also talk about some feel good workouts we gravitate towards when getting back into a cycle. In the next episode we will talk about different types of stretching, when to do each and tools for recovery.
60 minutes | Dec 15, 2018
Dave Kerschner & CIM Recap
In this episode we sit down with Dave Kerschner who runs for Dirigo Running Club. Dave is freshly returning from the California International Marathon where he Prd with a time of 2:39:13. In this conversation we talk about logistics of the race, along with his training and nutrition leading up to this race. So without further delay here is Dave Kerschner and his race recap of CIM.
42 minutes | Nov 27, 2018
This episode covers winter running gear, winter racing and other topics like when is it to cold to run outside.
40 minutes | Nov 27, 2018
New York City Marathon Recap
In this episode of the podcast Wes and Alan discuss their opinion of the race. Alan give a race recap from a first timers perspective.
30 minutes | Nov 26, 2018
Johnathan Plummer Interview
We have a discussion with Johnathan Plummer about his recent sub-3 LOCO Marathon in New Market, NH
35 minutes | Nov 26, 2018
Trail Runs and Cross Country Running
We discuss trail runs and cross country running.
32 minutes | Nov 26, 2018
Boston Marathon. History of Marathon. How you can qualify. How to train in marathon cycle.
22 minutes | Nov 26, 2018
How we started running and various other topics
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