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Expand your running knowledge, identify running misconceptions and become a faster, healthier, SMARTER runner. Let Brodie Sharpe become your new running guide as he teaches you powerful injury insights from his many years as a physiotherapist while also interviewing the best running gurus in the world. This is ideal for injured runners & runners looking for injury prevention and elevated performance. So, take full advantage by starting at season 1 where Brodie teaches you THE TOP PRINCIPLES ...
 
Our weekly podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East, Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
 
This podcast series is built with a focus on bringing science and research from the endurance sports industry. These may help you learn and implement these in your training, recovery and nutrition journey. We invite coaches, exercise scientists, researchers, nutritionists, doctors and inspiring athletes to come and share their knowledge and stories with us. So, whether you're just getting started with running or want to get better at it, this podcast is for you!
 
As a Sports Dietitian for NCAA, professional, and recreational athletes alike, I know how powerful nutrition can be. I also know how quickly a female athlete can fall into the trap of disordered eating, under fueling, or amenorrhea which severely limits their health and physical potential. That’s why I’m sharing my knowledge of female-specific nutrition, training, body image, and mindset to help you fuel your body to perform at your highest level. Whether you are looking for a competitive ed ...
 
The Training For Ultra Podcast with Rob Steger - Weekly inspiration to get you out the door to run! A mix of elite interviews with mid to back-of-the-pack runners who inspire. Whether you are just starting to run or are a seasoned pro, everyone should find something interesting in this podcast. Let's start training for ultra! www.trainingforultra.com
 
The Lace Up and Run Podcast is your source for all things running. We keep it lighthearted and fun. There may even be a little bourbon consumption during the show! We cover trail running, road running, Ultra Marathons, Obstacle Course Racing and much more. We provide shoe reviews, gear reviews, running advice, race information, and all other topics to keep you motivated and successful as a runner. We can all share in the running addiction and keep you moving forward! Lace Up and Run is owned ...
 
A podcast for runners, and the run curious. Zoey is a running coach over at Operation Move and is focused on loving the process of running, not just the destination. Zoey loves the transformative part of running and likes to bring thins to your ears that will help you love it too. This is a podcast for fast runners, slow runners, fun runners, serious runners and everyone in between - because we all love running the same.
 
She Reaches Podcast is hosted by Tiffany Walker, strategist for working moms who are tired of settling in their careers and personal lives. Follow along each week to hear stories and realistic strategies for reaching for more in your career, personal life, and relationships as a working mom. Let’s not settle for just “ok,” let’s reach for more. Find show notes and resources at shereaches.com and follow @shereaches on instagram and FB.
 
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Some of the most asked questions in the Running Lean Community on Facebook are about running-related injuries. Runners just seem to get injured pretty often. In fact, more than half of all recreational runners experience an injury at some point. Why is this? Why do runners get injured so often? What are the most common injuries that runners experie…
 
Brodie Sharpe is a well-known personality in the running community, primarily because of his podcast "Run Smarter" and his vast experience with athletes and injuries. In this podcast episode, Brodie discusses various running injuries and ways to prevent them through the right workouts. Episode Summary: 00:00 - About this episode 01:02 - Welcome Bro…
 
Big thank you to Brodie Sharpe! Check out the newsletter on my LinkTree below for quotes and highlights from this episode. My Links! https://linktr.ee/TrainingForUltra New on my YouTube - WORKING FROM HOME New T4U Wraps (click here) - Two Color Options Training For Ultra - The Book Big ty to the show sponsors! Tanri Outdoors "ULTRA10" for 10% off J…
 
Welcome to the Peak Endurance podcast! Episode 128 is an interview with Brodie Sharpe. Brodie is the physiotherapist at The Breakthrough Running Clinic, as well as Run smarter podcast host. Brodie comes onto this episode to discuss his latest eBook, “How to strive for an injury-free PB!” and don’t we all want to do that! I hope you enjoy this episo…
 
Welcome to the Peak Endurance podcast! Episode 133 is an interview with Nikki Langman, author of the book: How to be a BADASS: Navigating Your Road to Self-Mastery. This book is her personal journey of how she freed herself from decades of addiction, became an ultra endurance runner after the age of 40, and how she propelled herself to unimaginable…
 
Elliot White is a PT and author of ‘The 1% Phenomenon of Running’ which teaches you how to fast-track your performance without overtraining. On today’s episode Brodie talks with Elliot about running motivation. We explore several situations in which a runner may lose motivation and how to combat it with practical take-aways. Running situations that…
 
Big thank you to Alicia and Lucja! Check out the newsletter on my LinkTree below for quotes and highlights from this episode. My Links! https://linktr.ee/TrainingForUltra New on my YouTube - PACING MOAB 240 https://youtu.be/WE8Ae94WGIANew on my YouTube - WORKING FROM HOME New T4U Wraps (click here) - Two Color Options Training For Ultra - The Book …
 
Russell is like many of us - he wears a lot of hats! He's a husband, father, ultra runner, serial entrepreneur, former investment banker, venture capital investor, and more. He just recently finished the Cascade Crest 100 miler. We had a great conversation about why and how we do what we do. Russell shares part of the story that lead him to write h…
 
Welcome to episode 184 of the final surge podcast where we talk to Will and Sean of Running Lane. Running Lane is putting on a national championship race for high school cross country runners this year. With the cancelation of Nike Nationals, there was an opening, and Running Lane is filling that void. They already have a very impressive list of te…
 
Matt is a Sport Science PhD researcher, studying the impact of ketogenic diets and exogenous ketones on exercise performance. Episode Sponsors: LMNT & BiOptimizers - Details & Discounts: zachbitter.com/hposponsors Support HPO: patreon.com/HPOpodcast or zachbitter.com/hpo Zach: zachbitter.com IG: @zachbitter Tw: @zbitter FB: @zach.bitter Strava: Zac…
 
John, Paul, George and Ringo are here! This was the result of like 4 episodes being spliced together, sometimes live, sometimes later in the studio. All kinds of technical difficulties. Whatevs, warts and all. We talk fall marathon season, bad ultrarunning advice, being burned out, Art literally just leaves early, we do NO Patreon (sorry, give us m…
 
There’s a lot of chatter out there in the world about which diet is best. You see this play out on social media where proponents of one diet will bash another diet, and then proponents of THAT diet will bash the other, and on and on it goes. With all of this conflicting information, it’s really difficult to make an informed decision about which die…
 
On today's episode, Brodie discusses certain principles to indicate if an injury will get better on its own. Brodie firstly talks about general injury leads to do initially do a mild injury vs a major injury. Then, Brodie talks about 5 things that can go wrong when injured that might result in the injury not resolving on its own, these include: Mis…
 
In this episode I chat to Kelly, mom to one of my clients, Kendall, and we hear a parent’s perspective of walking through eating disorder recovery alongside her daughter. She speaks of the frustrations and limitations of in-person care, and how the Internet and virtual platforms offer greater accessibility to specialists and targeted treatment prog…
 
Gene Dykes is a 74-year-old runner, well known for setting various records worldwide. The most recent record broken by Gene was the M70 50K World Record in 3:56:43. Gene Dykes talks about his training principles, racing techniques, the mindset behind running, and a lot more with our host Vikas Singh in this episode of Run With Fitpage. Episode Summ…
 
GI DISTRESS!! Why does it happen at the WORST times? How to figure out what's causing the issue? Sports Dietitian Meghann Featherstun (@featherstonenutrition) joins the show to talk about... What happens to our gastrointestinal tract/digestion when we run What are common causes of GI distress when running? Assessing fiber intake The role dehydratio…
 
Coach Claire Bartholic wasn’t always a runner. She started running in her mid-30s simply to get in shape for her high school reunion. She caught the running bug and finished her first marathon at age 38 in a respectable 4:02 and was immediately hooked. With dedicated coaching and training, she successfully lowered her marathon PR to 2:58, remarkabl…
 
Laura Kearns just won the 2021 Arkansas Traveller 100! I got to sit down and visit with her about the stellar year she’s been having in ultrarunning. Earlier this year, she ran her second 100-mile race, the LOViT 100, and won it! Laura puts in a lot of training miles, but she loves group runs, has fun, and does not hold herself to a rigid training …
 
AFB and Phat Phred welcome Trisha Ignatowski who recently nabbed an FKT on the 360 mile Erie Canal Trail. According to undisclosed sources, she allegedly was inspired by the infamous 419 Bike trip of Cultra’s AFB. Trisha shares stories of competitive skating, trail running tips for women, steeplechase, South Mountain, NJ, Sassquad, Palisades, Totor…
 
I talk a lot about losing weight and eventually getting to your “natural weight” but I’ve never really taken the time to explain what your “natural weight” is. Several people have been asking me about this lately so I thought it would be a good idea to dig into this topic here on the podcast today. Losing weight is a very personal thing, and there’…
 
Welcome to the Peak Endurance podcast! Episode 131 is an interview with Shawn Butler author of the amazing sci fi book Run Lab Rat Run, which has Barkley marathons as one of its inspirations. So, if you love sci fi, and you love running, you are sure gonna love this book!! If you do enjoy this episode, would you be able to do me a favour and subscr…
 
My interview today is with Dr. David Meyer who is a PT and the former medical & rehabilitation coordinator for the St Louis Cardinals. He is also the author of 'Injured to Elite: A guide to empowering yourself to transform your life after running'. On today's episode David talks about his past working with high-profile athletes and the common minds…
 
In this episode I chat with professional runner Dani Shanahan about running, injury, and food of course! We chat about her recent PRs in the 5k and 10k which were followed by injury and the challenges that she has faced as she keeps the long term goal of proper recovery in mind. With that, we address nutrition changes during injury (or more appropr…
 
Bruce Fordyce is a South African marathon and ultramarathon athlete. He is best known for having won the South African Comrades Marathon a record nine times, of which eight wins were consecutive. In this episode, Bruce talks about the Comrades Marathon, his running and training journey, his famous hand-shake ritual and a lot more with our host Vika…
 
Dr. Victoria Sekely DPT (@trainsmartrunstrong) joins the show to talk about a very important (and difficult) topic: coping with injury. In this episode, we cover a range of injury-related topics including:⁠ ⁠🤕 The basics of injury prevention⁠ ⁠🤕 What really happens when your injury "goes away" its own⁠ ⁠🤕 When you need to see a physical therapist⁠ …
 
Welcome to the Peak Endurance podcast! Episode 130 is an interview with Mark Grima, an everyday runner with an anything but everyday story! I got to know Mark through being invited onto his Team for Run Against Violence in 2020. He is an inspiring guy, and I hope you get lots of inspiration from this episode.If you do enjoy this episode, would you …
 
Dr. Jeffrey Rediger is a Harvard trained medical doctor and is the author of Cured: The life-changing science of spontaneous healing. Today, Brodie and Jeff talk about the underlying lifestyle factors that hinder recovery and contribute to pain throughout the body. In relation to running, we discuss why some runners struggle to overcome their runni…
 
Amy is fast and puts in some serious work! She’s currently training for Tunnel Hill 100 and I can’t wait to see how she does. Amy had a fall in 2019 during one of her final training runs for the Arkansas Traveller 100 and had to miss the race. We talk about her coming back from that injury physically and mentally. We also talk about her how she’s d…
 
Cultra Host Evil Becky Byram leads a scatagorical episode as we talk Spatathalon. cutoffs, canellations, volcanos, FKT's and the beauy of running in the North East in Autumn. Check out the Spartathalon Here are the results of the Vermont 50 Outro music by Nick Byram Become a Cultra Crew Patreon Supporter Cultra Facebook Fan Page Sign up for a race …
 
Today's episode is for you to self-reflect on your past thoughts, beliefs, fears & anxieties when injured and how it can hinder your recovery. We discuss the components of: Catastrophizing- 'To view or present a situation as considerably worse than it actually is'. Kinesiophobia- 'An excessive, irrational, and debilitating fear of physical movement…
 
Big thank you to Addie Bracy! Check out the newsletter on my LinkTree below for quotes and highlights from this episode. My Links! https://linktr.ee/TrainingForUltra New on my YouTube - WORKING FROM HOME New T4U Wraps (click here) - Two Color Options Training For Ultra - The Book Big ty to the show sponsors! Tanri Outdoors "ULTRA10" for 10% off Joh…
 
Zach dives into his recovery and training the past couple of months, answers listener questions, challenges you with a workout, and highlights a day of workouts and nutrition! Listener Questions: Assessing fitness before training, short distance race preparation, two races in one week, blocking workouts, and low carb nutrition during moderate/high …
 
In this episode I chat with Associate Professor and exercise scientist Dr Shona Halson on all things recovery to optimize health, performance, and training adaptation. She defines recovery as bringing the body physically and psychologically back to homeostasis, balancing out the stressors. Dr Halson advises us to plan recovery into our schedule alo…
 
Big thank you to Jay Hagan! Check out the newsletter on my LinkTree below for quotes and highlights from this episode. My Links! https://linktr.ee/TrainingForUltra New on my YouTube - WORKING FROM HOME New T4U Wraps (click here) - Two Color Options Training For Ultra - The Book Big ty to the show sponsors! Tanri Outdoors "ULTRA10" for 10% off John …
 
Can you get "faster as a master", i.e. get faster over 40? Heck yes!! Claire Bartholic (@theplantedrunner) joins the podcast this week to talk about her journey in running her fastest times over the age of 40, and how your training as a masters runner might change compared to when you were younger! CAN you get faster over 40? How cross-training mig…
 
Welcome to the Peak Endurance podcast! Episode 129 is an interview with Luke Nelson, chiropractor at Health and High Performance in Mont Albert Melbourne. Luke is a regular on the podcast and today he is talking to us about ankle sprains. If you are a trail runner you will probably have dealt with this, but it can even happen to road runners. Espec…
 
Morgan Davis joins the show to discuss her Leadville 100 experience. Anxiety with Hope Pass, battling the Colorado altitude, a clogged hydration pack, and blisters at mile 5 all presented challenges, but none were going to stop the ultimate goal of completing 100 Leadville miles. How does one become an Ultra Runner? We get Morgan's take on it. Morg…
 
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