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Best Runner S World Uk podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Runner S World Uk podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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After 10 years of trying to start a family, along with the heartache of multiple miscarriages, failed IVF treatment attempts, Gary Muircroft and his wife Rachel adopted a vegan diet in 2017! Since then, the somewhat impossible became possible. They were successful in their 3rd IVF attempt in 2018 and welcomed Fox William Muircroft, their first child into the world in April 2019. Gary catches up with people that have 'gone viral' or 'have a story to tell' around the vegan subject matter. Gary ...
 
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With more people returning to their places of many, but many people still nervous about taking public transport to get there, the 'run commute' has never been more tempting. Kieran Alger discusses the benefits of run commuting, alongside the knowledge and tech you need to make it a more enjoyable experience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op…
 
Our guest this week is a fell runner, climber and award-winning poet. When she’s not teaching creative writing at Manchester Metropolitan University, Helen can be found in the fell, indulging her love of hill running. Having written a guide to running in the Lake District, .She talks about how running informs her creative process and why society is…
 
Co-founder of Track Mafia and Nike+ running coach, Cory joined us to talk about diversity in running, discussing how representation matter when trying to encourage more people from the BAME community to take up running. We also talked hill reps, podcasting in the bath and much, much more. Here is the link to the Track Mafia videos we filmed a few y…
 
Fasted running has become a ‘buzzword’ among runners, but Haroon Mota took the term to a new level when he ran 260km during the month of Ramadan. In doing so, he raised £50,000 for the Penny Appeal. We spoke to him about this amazing feat and how he started running as a bucket list thing to do, how it helped him when his dad sadly passed away and h…
 
Adam Blythe raced at the highest level within the world of professional cycling for 10 years, but when he retired last year he needed something to do to keep fit, so he started running. We talk to him about what he enjoys about running, what it's like to be a newbie to a sport again, how wine helps you run a fast 5K and why leather bum bags are no …
 
Our guest this week has been described as ‘the Indiana Jones of running’. Instead of hunting for ancient artifacts, however, Shane Benzie has been helping people rediscover the lost art of running. He’s the world expert in something called fascia – the elastic webbing that encases our muscles. Shane has been working with a host of world-class athle…
 
Our guest of the week is also our man tech man Kieran Alger, so we did some normal running chat that covered off how we're all finding running without races on the horizon and then we dive into some tech chat about the new Polar Grit X watch, etiquette on chasing Strava segments and some running tech for those on a budget. Rick and Ben discuss head…
 
On this episode of the RW podcast, we hear from Steven Crompton about his recent attempt to run across Africa. Steven was raising funds for Challenge Child Poverty and on his trip encountered scorching temperatures, chaotic borders and dangerous wildlife. Also, Rick and Ben talk strength and conditioning, 'critical velocity' training and why runnin…
 
A bumper episode with many guests, all of whom are brilliant. First up, fellow podcasters Ned Boulting, Laura Laker and Adam Tranter aka Streets Ahead join us to discuss the impact that COVID-19 is and should be having on transport infrastructure and how the way we engage with our environment needs to change. Rick then chats to to the inspirational…
 
Event Director at The London Marathon, Hugh Brasher, and CEO of Human Race, Nick Rusling speak to Ben and Rick about The 2.6 Challenge, a fund raising event taking place on Sunday 26th April when thousands of runners would have been taking to the street of London to run the marathon and raise millions of pounds for numerous charities. The real sign…
 
Can the skills we learn through running – endurance, resourcefulness, patience – help us during the current crisis? Author Adharanand Finn believes so. Also discussed is the current tension between runners and dog walkers, and the small positives that have come out of the pandemic. For more from Adharanand Finn, listen to his podcast, The Way of th…
 
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…
 
Recorded in separate locations, Rick and Ben battled technical gremlins and sat down to talk about COVID-19, cancelled races and how to keep running during these unprecedented times. Robbie Britton shares some advice on how to maximise on all the training you have done this year, while Rick and Ben discuss running your own marathon, exercises to do…
 
A bumper episode this week; journalist, podcaster and now author Amy Lane aka @wellness_Ed joins us to talk about her running journey, how to make it suck less, the pressure of instagram and her new book. Rick and Ben discuss staying positive in training when your race might be cancelled, those funny looking new Hoka shoes and we have an inspiring …
 
We're joined in the studio by RW columnist and nutritionist Kim Pearson to talk about the pros and cons of a vegan diet for runners. We only mention Game Changers once, we promise, the rest is just an open discussion about why and if you should be changing the way you eat and what it might do to your body and your running. See acast.com/privacy for…
 
Jane went out to New York for what Nike were calling its 'Olympic Summit' but it turned out to be the global alphafly launch, so armed with her microphone she recorded this special episode, interviewing Tony Bignell, VP of footwear innovation and finding out what the latest ruling from World Athletics really means in relation to this shoe, what Nik…
 
A double dose of running chat this week as RW columnist, comedian and now author Paul Tonkinson joins us in the studio to discuss his new book as well as how running is a form of escapism, while Damian Hall joins us on the phone to discuss his recent record breaking run of the Paddy Buckley and his return to the UTMB. See acast.com/privacy for priv…
 
Author, CEO and founder of Silverfit, Eddie joins us to explain how starting running at 50 helped her discover a passion for being active and started her on a journey towards helping others achieve more than they ever thought possible. Eddie was recently names on the Lucozade Sport 50 Movers List, which recognises some of the UK's most inspirationa…
 
With the impacts of climate change being felt around the world, we look at what runners can do to reduce their carbon footprint. From run-commuting to rejecting race T-shirts, there are plenty of ways we can all become greener runners. Need more inspiration? We speak with Rima Chang (aka Tyre Lady), who's dragging a tyre around marathons and ultras…
 
After the news last week that Kenenisa Bekele will be running the London Marathon this year and thus racing against Eliud Kipchoge, we discuss what an amazing race this could be if both runners bring their A-game and how it could be too close to call. We also discuss the impact that a possible banning of the Nike NEXT% could have and finally on a l…
 
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