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115 minutes | Oct 22, 2021
Episode 89: Training Philosophy with Rich Diaz
Today begins a mini-series focusing on the different philosophies of endurance training. As people approach their “off season”, it is the perfect time to learn and evolve! We will have a different endurance expert on each week who will explain their theory of training. We start with Richard Diaz, endurance coach and author. Rich spent decades working with athletes before developing his own system known as Flow Training. Enjoy and take notes!
58 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
Training Tuesday #89: How to Approach Your Off-Season
We all take at least one “off season” per year, and now is the time many people are looking to start theirs. Today we walk you through how to build and prioritize what should occur for you!
114 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
Episode 88: Let’s Talk About Weight Loss
This is one of the most difficult topics to address with people, and runners are no exception. We’ve put off this episode for long enough; it is time to dive into how and why an athlete should approach the idea of lowering their weight. Please go into this with an open mind, and please listen to the entire episode! This isn’t one to press play on if you don’t have your full attention available, as every little sentence matters!
54 minutes | Oct 12, 2021
Training Tuesday #88: Pacing and Strategy
Warning: Spoiler alert for Boston, Chicago, and the Spartan 24 Hour Championship! The racing tactics of the pros this past weekend illuminated a flaw in how us mere mortals approach the majority of our workouts and races. This might be your most important episode for future races!
127 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
Episode 87: Listener Submitted Q&A
We received some truly great questions for this episode! Highlights include: running orthotics, preparing for hot races, burnout, how to train when you can’t get enough sleep, power hiking in races and training, and “should I race AG or Elite?”
63 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
Training Tuesday #87: Stagnation Part Deux
Last week we talked about why you should rebuild your base if you’ve stagnated. Today we address the other people in the room: Those who are stagnating but still have a race remaining on their calendar. If you can’t start your off season quite yet, how do you approach your final race? Today we tell you!
63 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Training Tuesday #86: Stagnation
At this point in the year (October), there are two types of runners: those who are still improving and those who are not. If you are struggling with stagnation, this episode is for you! If you’re not, count your blessings and take notes today in order to prevent it from affecting you in the future!
93 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
Episode 86: Kirk’s Road to Recovery
As our listeners well know, Kirk has been away for two weeks. Today, he opens up about everything he’s been dealing with. This is a heavy, personal episode. Our Training Tuesday will be released Friday.
96 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
Episode 85: Hunter on Defeat and OCR Stars
In one of the most shocking upsets in OCR history, Hunter McIntyre was soundly beaten at the Hyrox World Championships in Berlin two weeks ago. A refocused Hunter joins us today to talk through how a champion responds to defeat. We also discuss season two of OCR Stars!
70 minutes | Sep 22, 2021
Training Tuesday #85: McCauley’s Favorite Workouts
We get a surprise guest host today who walks us through his all time favorite running sessions from high school, college, and post-collegiate. Get ready to run fast!
76 minutes | Sep 14, 2021
Training Tuesday #84: The Runner’s Checklist Part 2!
Last Tuesday we gave you all the major pieces to include in your training. This week we give you our list of things many runners are doing but shouldn’t be!
126 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
Episode 84: Stephanie Garcia
From college walk-on to professional runner, Steph’s passion for running and competing launched a career that has taken her around the world. So what prompted her transition from the track to OCR? Listen to her story today!
57 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
Training Tuesday #83: The Runner’s Cheat Sheet
What should I be doing in training? What strength work is beneficial to me as a runner? What mobility work is needed? What about core work? This episode is your complete guide to what EVERY runner should be doing in training!
116 minutes | Sep 3, 2021
Episode 83: John Clark - 48 Marathons in 48 Days
From 400lb Strongman to record setting Ultra Endurance athlete, John Clark has never been content to live an ordinary life! He broke the 24 hour Ski Erg record and then recently became the first to run a marathon in all 48 counties in England in 48 consecutive days.
78 minutes | Aug 31, 2021
Training Tuesday #82: Cramp Prevention
We’ve all been there and we never want to be there again! Today is nothing but how to prevent muscle cramping!
97 minutes | Aug 27, 2021
Episode 82: McCauley Kraker
The faster Kraker joins us for a story of running, injury, potential, setbacks, rock bottom, and rebirth. This is one you won’t want to miss!
82 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
Training Tuesday #81: How to Train While Racing Frequently
Some people just love racing. They would rather race than train, and they try to fill their schedules with as many races as possible. The question becomes, “How do I structure my training in between back to back race weekends (or back to back to back)?”
116 minutes | Aug 20, 2021
Episode 81: Kevin Donoghue
Kevin Donoghue has never chosen the typical path through life, so it is only fitting to have followed the same outside-the-box approach as an athlete. What started as a career as a defensive lineman and kick returner turned into a passion for endurance racing, ultimately leading him to becoming one of Obstacle Racing’s most decorated athletes.
97 minutes | Aug 17, 2021
Training Tuesday #80: Q&A Continued
We ran out of time last week, so we’re finishing up the Q&A today! We have some great topics, ranging from race cramping to blood flow restriction training, plus Kirk tries to navigate the choppy waters of purchasing a camper while recording a podcast.
131 minutes | Aug 13, 2021
Episode 80: Annie Dube
Annie is a relative newcomer to the world of endurance racing, but has had immediate success. Not an outstanding runner as a youth, she ground her way to the top of her sport through years of consistent work and an abundance of grit. Equal parts distance runner and mountain goat, Annie’s story is a great one. Enjoy!
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