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Train Smarter - Running Podcast
66 minutes | Jun 17, 2018
Ep57: Looking at Your Training Through a Wider Lens with Kristian Manietta from TriSpecific
In this episode of The Train Smarter Podcast, Luke chats with Kristian Manietta. An endurance sports coach, who not only helps athletes improve and perform, but also helps these people learn more about themselves and create positive outcomes that are transferable to everything in life.
23 minutes | Jun 6, 2018
Ep56: The London Revolution Debrief with Luke Tyburski & Tim Etherington-Judge
In this episode of The Train Smarter Podcast, Luke chats with his mate Tim Etherington-Judge. The boys recently completed the London Revolution Ultra; a 300km single day cycling sportive which quite literally circumnavigates Greater London.
45 minutes | May 31, 2018
Ep55: Training Your Mind to Improve Performance with Evie Serventi
In this episode of The Train Smarter Podcast, Luke interviews Sports & Exercise Psychologist Evie Serventi. Evie’s Father opened her eyes (and mind) up the power of psychology, and she became so interested in learning more about how implementing a certain mental approach can benefit our sporting performances, she changed careers!
52 minutes | May 17, 2018
Ep54: Running, Growing & Learning – Ben Smith on his 401 Challenge
A self-confessed “average runner” Ben set out on this life altering journey without really having any idea what to expect. We chatted about his preparation, why he changed his fuelling strategy during the challenge, his severe injuries, altering his goal, and what he is doing now post The 401 Challenge.
52 minutes | May 3, 2018
Ep53: London Marathon Review with Hannah & Emily from Twice the Health
In this episode of The Train Smarter Podcast, Luke interviews Hannah & Emily from Twice the Health. This bubbly and creative duo teamed-up several years ago, and created a rapidly growing online following within the health and fitness space.
50 minutes | Apr 18, 2018
Ep52: Conor Devine on Training & Racing with Multiple Sclerosis
Having been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis a decade ago, you could have forgiven Conor to simply give up on life. This man from Belfast battled through some demons, before reaching out and taking life with both hands.
61 minutes | Apr 4, 2018
Ep51: Running Nutrition Tips with Anita Bean
In this episode of The Train Smarter Podcast, Luke interviews nutritionist Anita Bean. With a passion for understanding how food has an effect on the human body, while advocating that it’s not a one size fits all topic, Anita has a refreshing outlook on nutrition, and how we should eat as runners.
29 minutes | Mar 31, 2018
Ep50: The Sciacche Trail Ultra-Marathon Debrief with Luke Tyburski & Nathanael ‘Tiny’ Pinder
In this episode of The Train Smarter Podcast, Luke chats with his boyhood mate Nathanael “Tiny” Pinder. The boys recently completed the hilly 50km Sciacche Trail Ultra-Marathon.
58 minutes | Mar 21, 2018
Ep49: Working with Real Runners – Martin Yelling’s Coaching Philosophy
In this episode of The Train Smarter Podcast, Luke interviews coach Martin Yelling. Having been an elite athlete himself, Martin now focuses his time on working with runners of all abilities. His outlook on coaching is refreshing, focussing not only on the miles ran, but also the lifestyle lived by each of his clients. This episode will keep you in check, remind you of what’s important, alongside giving you plenty to think about during your own training and racing.
47 minutes | Mar 8, 2018
Ep48: The Power of Running – Susie Chan tells her Inspiring Story
In this episode of The Train Smarter Podcast Luke Interviews the fast, versatile, and laid back running machine Susie Chan. Encouraged into running by her brother, Susie quite literally transferred her life through the sport she now loves. Already a holder of a World Marathon Majors medal, and sights firmly locked on her next big running goal; Susie still has a infectious positive attitude towards running that I hope you all enjoy.
32 minutes | Mar 4, 2018
Ep47: Master Your Running Mindset – Expert Panel from the National Running Show
Running is obviously very physical, and demands a lot of your body... but we can’t forget about the mind. In fact, the more I’ve gotten to know various high achieving runners it’s become clear that what separates them from the rest of us isn’t some special DNA, rather it’s their mental approach to the many challenges running presents.
10 minutes | Feb 27, 2018
Ep46: What if Running at Your Intended Marathon Pace Feels Too Fast?
In the middle of marathon training, why does it sometimes feel SO hard to maintain your target marathon pace? I took a moment to answer a question from a runner who's struggling with how seemingly unsustainable his target marathon pace feels right now, at this point in his training for Brighton Marathon. I know this topic is super relevant to many of our community of runners, lots of whom are currently in marathon training mode. I hope you enjoy it and find the info helpful!
57 minutes | Feb 21, 2018
Ep45: Finding Your Work – Life – Racing Balance with Mike Wardian
Whether its a 5k race or 400km adventure, Mike Wardian loves putting one foot in front of another. He travels the world competing in some of the toughest but most exotic races across all distances. Mike has a wealth of experience, and he shares it with you all today on The Train Smarter Podcast.
12 minutes | Feb 13, 2018
Ep44: Tips to Develop Mental Toughness as a Runner with Luke Tyburski
We’ve all been in the situation where our legs are getting heavier and slower, perhaps towards the second half of a long run. The question is: what do you focus on? Focus on the sore legs and you are more likely to stop running and give-up, mentally at least. Instead if you focus externally, and perhaps consider why you’re running in the first place, you will able to find the mental strength to carry on. This is just one of the many fantastic tips Luke shares with us during this short interview.
62 minutes | Feb 7, 2018
Ep43: Jenny Meadows tells us what it takes to achieve the Olympic dream!
If you’ve ever been intrigued about what it’s like to be a professional track athlete, Jenny Meadows will shed light on what is needed, and that it’s not just all about race day when the cameras are switched on.
57 minutes | Feb 4, 2018
Ep42: Tina Muir on Marathon Training, Nutrition & Recovery Strategies
In this episode of the Train Smarter Podcast, we recall a Facebook Live broadcast from last year where elite GB distance runner Tina Muir took the reins to share her experience on topics from marathon recovery to nutrition, cramp prevention tactics to flexibility work and cross-training.
57 minutes | Jan 25, 2018
Ep41: Running & Learning Out Loud – Building a Resource for Runners
Luke digs into James’ past, his education, and how Kinetic Revolution came into existence. The two have a conversation about personal growth, the Kinetic Revolution community, and how to get involved in this fast growing group of of runners & athletes. James also discusses what he and his team are planning for Kinetic Revolution in the future. A perfect episode to listen to on your commute, or while out on a run to learn more about James, his motives, and what is driving himself and all that he is doing into the future!
63 minutes | Jan 22, 2018
Ep40: Tips for a First Time Marathon Runner
I was recently interviewed by my friend Adam Berry, host of the Fit Stop Podcast. We spoke for about an hour answering questions about training for your first time marathon, trying to give practical advice from a first timer's perspective. We covered important topics ranging from training programme design, to injury prevention and pacing, not to mention the important conversations about common pitfalls to avoid! If you know anybody currently in panic mode as their marathon date gets closer, please feel free to share this episode with them!
18 minutes | Jan 17, 2018
Ep39: Marathon Training Long Runs & ITB Syndrome Advice
This episode of the Train Smarter Podcast is the audio version of a Facebook Live session I presented in the Transform Your Running - 30 Day Challenge group on Facebook. Some of the runners in the group had posted asking questions about long runs during marathon training, specifically how long the longest run should be. In addition, I wanted to take a moment to speak about ITB Syndrome and give some advice to another group member who is struggling right now. I know these topics are going to be super relevant to many of our community or runners, lots of whom are currently in marathon training mode.
44 minutes | Jan 9, 2018
Ep38: Paul Addicott Gives a Pacer’s Perspective on Nailing Your Target Race Time
In this episode of the Train Smarter Podcast, I speak to serial race pacer Paul Addicott, to get a pacer's perspective on consistently hitting your target times when it really matters - when others are depending on you to get it right!
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