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Best Endurance podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Endurance podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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By runners, for runners - Marathon Talk is a weekly podcast dedicated to keeping you on the inside track to successful running. Experienced multi-sport athletes Martin Yelling and Tom Williams discuss interesting and topical issues from the world of marathon running and along with regular guest interviews provide all the inspiration, motivation and knowledge you need to achieve your goals.
 
Lance Armstrong presents a singular perspective on the world’s most iconic cycling races, including the Tour de France and the Classics, as well as the broader endurance sports scene. Not your typical cycling or sports podcast, THEMOVE brings listeners deep inside the racing action, imparting insights from someone who knows the suffering and splendor like no one else. In addition to course previews and timely race analysis from Armstrong’s distinct point of view, the audience also gets to he ...
 
The Cycling Podcast Join journalists Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Friebe – and a few special guests along the way – as they podcast about the latest cycling news and the world of professional cycling. Expect a mix of insight and analysis as our three experienced journalists cover not just the big talking points but take you behind the scenes of professional cycling. Richard Moore is the author of Slaying the Badger and Sky’s the Limit, Daniel Friebe writes for Procycling and is au ...
 
Free Weekly Timed explores everything parkrun and is presented by Vassos Alexander and Helen Williams. The pair share experiences, chat to guests and interact with fellow parkrun runners as they debate the big talking points of the week. To get in touch, email us at hello@freeweeklytimed.com or tweet us @freeweeklytimed. You can also get in touch via our website Freeweeklytimed.com
 
Welcome to RunPod, the weekly run club you can join simply by listening. In this series Jenni Falconer welcomes special guests who share that passion for running. Together they’ll discuss the challenge, reward and sometimes obsession of pounding the pavement whilst asking what drives us to run, why some catch the bug more than others, and how it can transform the lives of those who do it. Along the way, you'll hear top training tips, monumental mistakes and some inspirational stories. So, wh ...
 
Running podcast that helps you unlock your potential to master marathon training and life. Listen as coach Angie Spencer shares her knowledge and experience as both a marathoner and registered nurse to help you run smarter, feel better, and go the distance. Whether you are a new runner or have logged many miles, Marathon Training Academy will propel you to the next level.
 
The Not Your Average Runner Podcast teaches plus-size, mid-life women practical ways to start running in the body they have right now. Certified Running & Life Coach Jill Angie combines her real-life experience and coaching wisdom to help women find joy in learning to run in a way that honors their unique size, shape, speed or age. You’ll be surprised at how much you can enjoy running when you know how to do it! Download a free one-week jumpstart plan to get started today at www.notyouravera ...
 
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: http://richroll.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
 
This revamped DC Rainmaker Podcast (interim working title) takes a weekly look at all the latest sports technology news, with hosts Ray Maker of DC Rainmaker, and Shane Miller of GPLAMA. We'll dive into all the latest in endurance sports from cycling to running, swimming to general fitness - and even the odd action camera or drone. All with detailed geekery analyis!
 
Find us also over on The Cycling Podcast feed every fortnight. Hosted by Professional Cyclist Mitchell Docker, Life in The Peloton hopes to give listeners an insight into what happens behind the scenes of the professional cycling world. Focusing on an interview style and having ‘cycling’ as the link between all the guests who appear on the show, the podcast aims to explore ever differing topics, from stories behind the personalities in the sport, to the latest in cycling news, tech and train ...
 
The Triathlon Taren Podcast with Taren and NTK (No Triathlon Kim), features pro triathletes, heavy hitters in the triathlon world, age group triathletes from around the world, and coverage of races and triathlon events. Every Sunday night on the Triathlon Taren Podcast you'll hear fun, engaging and informative tri-related interviews from the triathlon world led by Taren and NTK.
 
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Sponsor: Be sure to open Amazon via enduranceplanet.com—it’s just one extra click to link to Amazon through the sidebar banner or search bar (to the right of the page) or click the Amazon links in the show notes. Thanks for supporting the show. We’re joined by Brie Wieselman, a functional medicine practitioner from Santa Cruz, CA, who runs a succes…
 
This week we have an interview with Dr. Andy Kirkland, coach to Simone Mitchell and former coach at British Cycling . Show Sponsors: https://www.precisionhydration.com/ - Leaders in triathlete sweat testing and hydration, with multi-strength electrolytes that match how you sweat. Get 15% off your first order With the code OXYGENADDICT15 Athletic Gr…
 
So much is unpredictable right now, but as triathletes, we've been training for this. We have solved thousands of little problems through training and racing and those are valuable lessons. The human survival loop goes like this: Trigger, behavior, and reward. If that goes Fear, worry, anxiety, we need to figure out how to break the pattern. Today,…
 
As we continue to hunker down and shelter in place, keeping our physical distance from one another, washing our hands, not touching our faces, and wearing protective masks and gloves when we do venture out, I can proudly say that our Governor Mike DeWine has stepped up to the plate, swung for the fences, and hit a grand slam. No, we haven’t BEAT th…
 
Volume 8 of the Pulitzer Prize winning TRN Audio Magazine is now available at your corner newspaper stand. Featured articles : Is Longer Better? Good Until the Last Drop Give me 5 You Never Forget Your First Time Does the Tail Wag the Dog? Running, Is it Good for Your Knees? Don't Believe the Hype How Much? Anton Krupicka "Indulgence" Video JB Benn…
 
Perhaps the busiest week of the year to date for sports tech announcements, which is kinda crazy. Here's what we chatted about! - Ironman VR with Rouvy: Virtual Ironman Race for Pros - TrainerRoad Group Workouts - Trainer Hardware Availability - Zwift Clubs: Are we there yet? - Yet again more new Strava Features - 4iiii Lowers Prices For Power Mete…
 
Today we turned things over to athletes from our Facebook group to guide our discussion. They asked us about maintaining base fitness and mental stability. Live Zoom podcasts. Too much core work? Emerging from this as better humans. Virtual racing. Ethical debates of training outside. Time based vs. Distance training. Topics: The Pulse of our commu…
 
On the GMBN podcast this week we're joined by the G.O.A.T, Greg Minnaar. Listen now as we hear his thoughts on the COVID-19 situation and it's effect on the World Cup season, some of his stories of the circuit from back in the day, his involvement in the Honda team and development of the bike, and what he would be doing if his wasn't a mountain bik…
 
As junior parkrun celebrates 10 years this weekend, we speak to two of the people instrumental in its success. Paul Graham, the man who first started it back in 2010, shares the story of how it all came about, and Chrissie Wellington, who spearheaded the rapid growth into what it has become today. We also have a cameo appearance from Mr Motivator!…
 
This week on RunPod, Jenni is joined by a man who has quite a tale to tell. Derek Redmond is an athlete who has excelled at many sports, one of which was sprinting. He went to the Olympics, twice, representing GB but alas both experiences did not go to plan. In this episode, we discuss how in sport, anything can happen and how you deal with the con…
 
Group Workouts are here so you can train and get faster with your friends, plus optimal indoor cycling setups for all budgets, how to add volume to your training and more in Episode 253 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------TOPICS COVERED IN…
 
Today on the podcast, we're talking with Emma Coburn on the incredible success she's had over the last few years. For nearly a decade, Emma Coburn has been a force to be reckoned with in the 3,000m steeplechase - a notoriously difficult race that requires strength, coordination, and an unwavering focus. In this conversation, we're discovering how E…
 
The second part of the boys’ run - well, walk; in Paul’s case, limp - in what turned out to be the last hours before the lockdown. Seems a long time ago now, although Rob and Paul were both deep in plans for this weird old time in their own crazy ways. Featuring nature good and bad, old adverts, old people, puns in a crisis, Wonder Woman, Madonna, …
 
If you’ve been taking time off from running over the past couple weeks and treating this quarantine as a snow day and binge-watching Netflix, don’t judge yourself. What I do want to offer today though is that this pandemic isn’t going to be over any time soon, and you’ll soon find yourself not feeling great if you don’t get your body moving. Get fu…
 
Dr. Julien Louis takes us through the training, pacing, and physiology of the father-son duo who set a new world record for combined time in the marathon. In 2019, Tommy (59 yrs) and Eoin Hughes (34 yrs) ran the Frankfurt Marathon in times of 2:31:30 and 2:27:52, respectively. Their combined marathon time was 4:59:22. Dr. Louis studied Tommy in a p…
 
Cycling commentator and editor of the Road Book Ned Boulting is, like many of us, figuring out how to continue working in unprecedented times. How is he filling his time? Will the mighty Road Book be a narrow tome next year? And why has he deleted his Twitter account, just when everyone else is using it more than ever? Nathan Haas, meanwhile, is in…
 
How can you survive lockdown, or even thrive and make some improvements and gains? Well Jonny Thompson from Fit4Racing is here to help. We sat down to chat about ways to approach the lockdown period and cover things like the importance of scheduling, strength and conditioning, nutrition, cardio, mobility, mental health, meditation and plenty more. …
 
With outdoor riding limited or banned in much of the world, bikes are going online. There are virtual trade shows, replays of races, and of course virtual riding. We talk about what's available to help you scratch the bike itch. Then, an important discussion: Who from the modern pro peloton would win an early-1900s style Tour de France? Nerd Alert …
 
Physical Therapist & Founder of LightSpeed Lift Malcolm Macaulay joined us to discuss strategies for dealing with long term, nagging injuries and how to effectively train on the treadmill if you are forced to run indoors. Malcolm Macaulay is a physical therapist based out of Duluth, Minnesota with over 33 years of experience. He is the founder of t…
 
It’s episode 2 of Talking Luft, my new series of short eps where I get to know a little more about my guests on the pod, talking cycling culture, style and the individual. This week I chat with my coach Kev Poulton and have a bit of fun hearing a coach’s perspective on motor pacing out on the road, his favourite sessions with the pros and he gives …
 
It's Flanders week here on the VeloNews Podcast. And even though Belgium's biggest race is on hold (like the rest of the sport), we are taking a deep dive into our three favorite recent editions of De Ronde. Andrew Hood, James Startt, and Fred Dreier examine the Tours of Flanders from 2015, 2016, and 2019, and examine the tactical decisions and sto…
 
This week's show is sponsored by wireless running headphone specialists, Jaybird. From the beginning, Jaybird earphones have been designed with the needs of runners in mind. Also, we’re both stuck in our sheds, the world is in lock-down, however we are joined by the wonderful Marathon Talk community live on the gram, Martin speaks to the incredible…
 
Simon, Shane and Nathan are back with the second of the new cycle of weekly Zwiftcasts - and there sure is a lot to talk about. Special guest Wes Salmon from HQ appears twice to give us a ton of detail on both the return of The Fence and why it went wrong, plus the thinking behind the limited launch of the much-awaited Clubs feature. We also have a…
 
Holly Zimmermann - Running Everest In 2018, Holly Zimmermann was the first international female to finish the Mount Everest Marathon. That’s right; a marathon. On Mount Everest. Additionally, she has completed the 257-km (160 mile) Marathon des Sables across the Sahara Desert as well as a marathon at the Polar Circle. Born in Providence, RI, the mi…
 
Alberto Bettiol's Tour of Flanders, the Movistar documentary on Netflix and the latest on the coronavirus crisis and cycling – this week’s bumper episode of The Cycling Podcast is really three shows in one and this description can help you find the talking points you are interested in. 00:00 Introduction Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Daniel Frie…
 
Holly Lawrence joins us again on the show this week! The former 2016 Ironman 70.3 World Champion had a fantastic season in 2019, winning 5 70.3’s, including the North American championships and the Asia Pacific championships, and also finished 2nd at the 70.3 World Champs in Nice. After a 2018 ruined by a broken foot - an injury that one surgeon to…
 
126: Australian Distance Running All-Time Performances Competition Episode 125 is sponsored by COROS. COROS Wearables may be the newest GPS watch brand on the market, but they have already partnered with some of the best road, trail and mountain athletes in the world. Do yourself a favor and check out the brand Runner’s World named Gear of the Year…
 
A double guest episode with physio and runner Bradley Scanes (@physiobrad) joining us to discuss the drop off in training for those who were training for a spring marathon, how to maintain some running form during isolation and how to approach an autumn marathon and then Rick had a chat with Kevin Betts, the co-founder of virtual running club Run T…
 
Want to find out more about one of the fastest enduro riders on the planet? Then our latest episode with Jesse Melamed is the one for you. Jesse has shown incredible pace on the world stage, but hasn’t yet been able to put it all together for a full season to show just what he’s capable of. We sat down ahead of the (now delayed) 2020 season for a c…
 
Kaylee & Lindsay Flanagan are sisters and endurance runners training out of Boulder, CO. They both ran for the University of Washington in college. Kaylee is a Stryd employee and has logged a series of great road racing results over the last few years, including a win at the 2019 Chicago Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon. Lindsay is a professional runner…
 
“Both disciplines attract that type of person, who can chase down specific goals, who is competitive, not necessarily with other people, but with themselves. I think that’s a big thing you see in dance and it’s a big thing you see in running—yeah, you’re competing for the top spot, you’re competing for the spot in the company, you’re competing for …
 
In this episode, I bring on one of our coaches in NYC to discuss the current situation in New York City. Justin has been coaching with us in Manhattan since January of 2019, leading groups to the NYC Half and NYC Marathon last year. To start this year, the group was prepping for the NYC Half again, but then everything changed. Justin tells his stor…
 
How are you talking to yourself these days? Does the body buy in with the mind's strategy? Today, we continue to look at the positive and what's going on in our own backyards. We talk about the accumulated fatigue of life, the future of endurance sports, having a true understanding of Zone 2 (and why it's so important), heart rate comparison betwee…
 
Normally running is an achievement-focused sport. We’re trying to win races and run PR’s. We’re not going to have any achievement opportunities for the foreseeable future. How do we frame running and keep athletes motivated when achievement isn’t on theBy podcast – Science of Running
 
“If you're not inspired by life, you're not paying attention.” IN-Q As we navigate this perilous moment, may we find some sliver of grace. May we embrace beauty. Choose curiosity over rigidity. Compassion and fullness of heart over closed mindedness. And social connection over geographic isolation -- even if it be temporarily virtual. Difficult tim…
 
Maurice Tierney, co-founder of Dirt Rag magazine, talks about how mountain bike gear and culture has evolved over the past three decades, and his recent decision to cease operations at the iconic publication. The post Maurice Tierney, Dirt Rag Co-Founder and Publisher Shares the Story of the Mag [Podcast] appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bik…
 
Jenna-Caer Seefried grew up 50lbs overweight. In her 20s, she decided it was time to get her weight under control. She got a personal trainer and started getting fit but it wasn't until she found endurance sports that her weight loss stuck and she found her passion. And it turns out, she's pretty talented. In 2017, Jenna won the ITU Long Distance T…
 
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