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Steve Yee, Chris Warren and Tony Phillippi are also known as the Main Maniacs. They started the world famous Marathon Maniac organization and they recently came to the 2012 Surf City Marathon. We did a sit down interview at the expo and talked about the Maniacs, the new Marathon Maniac book, the growth of running, the Half Fanatics and much more
We discuss running the 2015 Chicago Marathon with local Susan Cruz and Robert Schulz who grew up there. It was a beautiful and and a wonderful city for an exception marathon, even if goal times weren't acheived.
On this episode, my friends Brittany Brown, Caryn Vita and Mark "The Hobbit" Avis join to discuss the fun they had running the 2015 Bird In Hand Half Marathon. I then discuss the wonderful Fall weather that has arrived in the South and the effect it is having on my training.
Listen as we talk to the Voice of America's Marathons Rudy Novotny about how he has been the last year and half, runDisney, what is trending in running and just catching up. We also discuss the 2015 Disneyland Half Marathon with my friends Laura Gilbreath, Lee Zimmerman & Joe Weeks. I also update you on how training is going as I prepare for the Chicago Marathon. Please take a listen and enjoy!
On this episode I sit down with my good running buddy Johnny Buice who has quite a story from starting running in his 30's to finishing Western States and the Boston Marathon along with starting a local running club in Douglasville, Georgia, The Douglas County Rogue Runners. He is a good friend and he has inspired and encouraged many runners.
Original host Joe Taricani hands off the show to new Host Eddie McCoy. You will learn about Eddie's background and what to expect from the show moving forward.
Training for Success: Sprint or Marathon
Being at peak performance you can’t just sprint to success, but you have to be a committed marathoner to maintain that success. Sprinting will require certain skills to make it happen, but the endurance required in a marathon requires certain techniques to maintain success for the duration. Join me today as we explore Training for Success, Sprint or Marathon @Wisdom Wealth & Riches with Jacqui BlogTalkRadio @ 12 noon. Set a reminder and listen in @ http://tobtr.com/s/8059919 or call in at 917.932.1710.
Wisdom Wealth & Riches with Jacqui
Wisdom Wealth & Riches with Jacqui (WWRJ #BlogTalkRadio) combines kingdom wisdom with marketplace strategies to expand and broaden your mindset for spiritual, personal, professional and business success to seamlessly integrate spirituality with the reality of the marketplace.
Thanks for listening to Sports Palooza Radio! We're back with another great show.
This weekend is the New York City marathon and Alan Brown is the Team Reeve participant who is a quadriplegic, training for the NYC marathon with a hand cycle and hopes to raise $260,000 for research. He'll tell us his story! What another inspiration!
And, finally, to help keep players safe and prevent the kinds of injuries he sees in his practice, New York’s Dr. Patrick Kerr spent more than a decade developing a protective device that is put into standard issued shoulder pads and turns them into a system that engages the helmet as a football player braces for impact. He has invented The KERR Collar, which reduces head and neck movement 38% during a collision and absorbs 58% of the collision impact, redistributing the force of the hit away from the head and neck area to reduce injury risk.
It's going to be a great show!
(For those of you who might have turned in to hear our interview with Olden Polynice, we had to reschedule. Look for his interview in an upcoming podcast!)
Kenya's Dennis Kimetto holds the world record of 2:02:57 in a marathon. All eyes will be on the world class runners Sunday, November 1st when the New York City Marathon takes place. Will any of them flirt with the record or what seems to be the impossible, a marathon under two hours.
Author Ed Caesar spent three years researching for his new book "Two Hours, The Quest to Run the Impossible Marathon." He spent time with many world class runners, including current world record holder, Dennis Kimetto. This book talks about more than training including statements and research as to why New York City should be considered the birthplace of the marathon. Caeser gives you an inside look at what it would take for a world class marathon runner to eclipse the impossible two hour mark.
On this episode, I sit down with my good friend Kristina Brink Large and discuss her journey from watching races all the way to being an Ironman Finisher. We will also discuss tapering and training.
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