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Best Floris Gierman podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Floris Gierman podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Kathryn and Jennifer Geyer have experienced their fair share of challenges and frustrations with MAF low heart rate training. On their first MAF test, they had to slow down to a 13:21 min / mile (8:04 min / km) at a heart rate of 142. This was much slower than their previous running paces. It is very common for athletes to question if this training…
 
“I was holding on to a light pole, because with every movement I would cramp. Literally my ear was cramping.” - Duc Trần This full video interview with running clips is on YouTube at https://youtu.be/f8hbzN6v_8I Duc Trần (Strava) doesn’t seem to do things by halves. From entering his first triathlon and first marathon within an Ironman competition,…
 
Mike Ko, aka Kofuzi (IG | YouTube) is in his own words “a non-elite road runner who vlogs about marathons, half marathons and being a non-elite”. He is a father of two young kids, based in Chicago. Kofuzi shares his journey with MAF low heart rate training, the world of vlogging, some of his favorite training and racing tools, as well as family lif…
 
"People train too hard on their easy days and not hard enough on their hard days." Taren Gesell aka Triathlon Taren (IG | YouTube) started out playing baseball, skateboarding and Curling competitively. After finding Triathlon at University he went on to become an All-World Ironman triathlete, IRONMAN U Certified Coach and ISSA Certified Specialist …
 
"There is so much fear, and perhaps rightfully so, about COVID-19. And, what if... If we subscribe to the philosophy that life is always working out for us, that there is an intelligence far greater than humans at work... That all is interconnected. What if... this corona virus is here to help us? To reset. To remember. What is truly important. Rec…
 
Lately I have been fascinated by the breath and various breathing techniques while running and sleeping. I have been experimenting a lot, inspired by Patrick McKeown, a breathing expert from Ireland. Having suffered with chronic asthma and nasal breathing difficulties for over 20 years, Patrick McKeown studied the Buteyko Breathing Method at the Bu…
 
Today 2:49 marathoner Julianne Dickerson shares many valuable takeaways for athletes of all levels. Last year she set a BIG GOAL to run her first Sub 3 Hour Marathon. Most athletes running Sub 3, will make it "just" under 3 hours in 2:59, or maybe a few minutes faster. At the recent CIM marathon, she skipped the entire 2:50’s and finished in an imp…
 
In the past few years I have heard a lot more athletes talk about MAF Training, both in positive and negative ways. There are several misconceptions about MAF Training that I'm addressing in detail in today's podcast. Today a different episode, no guest, just me Floris Gierman. I would love to hear from you, what are your thoughts on MAF Training? …
 
The video of this full interview is available here: https://youtu.be/rW6mr8A_dpA Amelia Vrabel is a Senior Certified Instructor at ChiRunning / ChiWalking. She has trained and worked with Danny Dreyer, Founder of ChiRunning/ChiWalking. Amelia is also an active member of the Marathon PR Program and the Extramilest Community. It has been very excitin…
 
This podcast is also available as full video here on YouTube. Jeroen-Pieter van der Vliet (Strava) has gone through a fascinating transformation from working and eating at McDonald's while being overweight (110kg / 242 lbs) to running 4 Sub 3 hour marathons. His last marathon was a 2:51 in Berlin. This journey took many years and his first runs wer…
 
This podcast is also available as full video here on YouTube. Danny Dreyer, the co-founder of Chi Running and Chi Walking. It is a revolutionary form of movement and a blend of T’ai Chi and running or walking. Danny has coached hundreds of thousands of runners in: energy efficiency injury-prevention intelligent movement He is a really good runner h…
 
Jeffrey Silvers (Strava) is a 54 year old runner from Toronto, Canada. For several years he has had the goal of qualifying for the Boston Marathon. He ran his first marathon in 2013 in 4 hours and 12 minutes. Over the years he improved, but he also experienced several serious medical challenges that set him back in his training and racing. He start…
 
Larisa Dannis (Strava | IG) is a very strong runner from New Hampshire. She has ran a 2:44 marathon, a 5:59 50 mile race and she has won several ultra marathons. She knows a tremendous amount about heart rate training so that always excited me. Larisa was never very active as a kid. When she started her first job, she wasn’t moving much at all and …
 
Zach Bitter recently set the new 100-mile (161km) running World Record in 11 hours and 19 minutes. He averaged 6:48 min / mile = 4:13 min / km and beat the previous world record by 9 minutes! That's about four sub 3 hour marathons in a row!! ⁣He then continued running another 4.88 miles to run the 12 hours World Record as well. In the past 10 years…
 
Today I have my friend Andy Hooks (Strava | IG | FB) on the podcast and we take a deep dive into heart rate training, nutrition and improving your running. He used a MAF HR based training approach to improve from a 4:22 marathon to a 2:53 so far and he is aiming for a sub 2:40 or 2:45 marathon in Berlin in a few weeks. Andy is a full time emergency…
 
Calvin Sambrook (56) has learned a lot over the past 7 years of marathon running. He had to be rescued from the course on his first marathon attempt. His 2nd marathon finish time was in 5 hours 15 minutes, for 12 marathons he was stuck around 4 hours 30 minutes. Then he changed his training and his overall running and race times improved massively.…
 
In today’s podcast I talk to Michael Ovens (Strava), a 41 year old runner from Jersey in the UK. So far he improved from a 5 hour 15 marathon down to 3 hour 18 marathon, with his eyes set on Sub 3 marathon goal next. I am convinced he will reach this goal as well. I really like how honest Michael was in this conversation. We all learn from our trai…
 
"If you finish a training run and you don’t feel you can do it again, you are probably running too fast" - Dr. Mark Cucuzzella Today’s episode of the Extramilest show is a big one. Dr Mark Cucuzzella is one of the most productive, yet busiest guys I know with an impressive and diverse background: He has been a competitive runner for 30 years with a…
 
“Consistency first, volume second, and maybe some more specific workouts if necessary. That gets phenomenal results, you don’t stress your body too much, the results you get from building your aerobic engine are significant" - Jason Cherriman Jason Cherriman (Strava) is a 38 year old elite runner from Leeds in the UK. His current marathon PB is 2:2…
 
“You don’t need speedwork. I can think of many examples of very quick runners who do effectively almost no speedwork” - Josh S Josh Sambrook is a 23 year old running coach and athlete from Leeds in the UK. He ran his first marathon at the age of 17, and he has completed 12 marathons since. His current PB is 2h28min. He has accomplished very fast ma…
 
MAF Training can improve endurance athletes of all levels, from beginners to advanced. Jonathan Walton is one of the fastest runners I’ve come across who has improved significantly over the past 4 years in his running and marathon performance. He trains consistently by running 100+ miles (161+ kms) per week. He is able to run a MAF pace of 5:55 min…
 
“Take the leap! In life a lot of our biggest goals, the ones that are really out there, will push us to become the best version of ourselves. Identify what is that next level for you, what excited you and makes you feel alive. Take the leap and start before you are ready. All of us are closer to the big wild dreams than we realize.” - Greg Nance Ru…
 
In the Extramilest Show I interview a variety of people that go in extra mile in different aspects of their life. From runners and endurance athletes of all different levels, to coaches like Dr. Phil Maffetone and health gurus with many world records like The Iceman Wim Hof. In this episode I Interview Bill Callahan, he lives in the middle of New Y…
 
“When you are at the end of a marathon, and all your mind wants you to do is to stop, try going faster! What your legs really need is some type of change, so practicing that and mentally wrapping your head around the fact that you are not going to die if you do.” - Kelley Pucket Jessica Dorsey, Kelley Pucket and Gwen Ostrosky are 3 badass runners w…
 
Jay Motley, 38 years old from Greenville, South Carolina, is one of our Extramilest Facebook Group members. He has had a dream for a long time to qualify for the Boston Marathon. He trained hard and long, but always fell short of the Boston Qualifying times. He was often injured and feeling drained. This all changes recently, when he tried a differ…
 
Welcome to the Extramilest Podcast where I interview the brightest minds in health, fitness and endurance sports. We talk about a variety of topics, including one of my favorites, how to become a stronger, healthier and happier athlete. Today’s podcast guest is Pete Kostelnick, an ultra endurance runner with an impressive track record. He runs more…
 
"We are able to perform so much better if we are connected to the debt of the bio-chemistry" - Wim Hof Today’s guest is the legendary "Iceman", Wim Hof. He has accomplished a number of extraordinary achievements, including 26 Guinness World Records. He has trained a lot to control his breathing, heart rate and blood circulation and he can withstand…
 
Dr. Phil Maffetone has written over 20 books and 200 articles on the topics of endurance training, racing, nutrition, health and fitness. He has made a huge impact on me, my family and my friends. In today's follow up interview, we dive deep into contradicting views in nutrition, healthy vs unhealthy meats, ketosis, intermittent fasting, experiment…
 
This is a post I have been wanting to create for a long time. It will become my go-to guide that I will share with friends, family and anyone else who wants to become a stronger, healthier and happier runner. It is awesome to see how many people around me are getting into running, both on roads and trails. There is a lot of excitement around runnin…
 
Susan Piver is a meditation expert, teacher and New York Times bestselling author. She is the founder of the Open Heart Project, the world’s largest virtual mindfulness community, offering meditation, courses and support. Susan has taught thousands of students in workshops, events, and retreats around the globe. She has written 9 books and her late…
 
A few years ago when I first started with Heart Rate Monitor training, I found out that 6 time Hawaii Ironman World Champion Mark Allen was able to run a 5:20 min mile pace aerobic, at a heart rate of only 155 beats per minute. This blew my mind and inspired me to change my approach to training and racing in the years to come. Mark Allen has worked…
 
Bobby Barker is a 41 year old marathon runner from Frisco, Texas. He has transformed in the past 5 years from couch potato to Boston Marathon Qualifier. A few weeks ago he ran a marathon PR of 26 minutes and qualified for the Boston Marathon with a time of 3 hours and 13 minutes! In this episode of The Extramilest Podcast, we discuss: How he improv…
 
Dr. Phil Maffetone is a researcher and author in the field of nutrition, exercise, sports medicine, and biofeedback. He has written over 20 books including my favorite one The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing. In this video Dr. Phil Maffetone and I discuss the fundamentals of his approach to training, nutrition and recovery. We also dive i…
 
Last week Nicki and I ran the last 4 miles together at The Tunnel Vision Marathon. She is a mother of a 2 year old, trains mostly with a baby stroller and she finished 6 seconds ahead of me in 8th place with her new PR of 2:55. She has already ran 5 Sub 3 hour marathons, very impressive. In this 4th episode of The Extramilest Show, we discuss: bala…
 
Charlie Engle is an endurance athlete, a father and a husband. He has completed several extreme endurance adventures, including a run across the Sahara Desert in Africa, 2 marathons a day for 111 days straight in extreme temperatures. In this episode of the Extramilest Podcast we discuss: ways to overcome mental challenges in training, racing and l…
 
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