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Author Dr. Jason Karp is on to talk about his new book, "Running a Marathon for Dummies." It won't matter if you're just getting started or you've been at this a really long time. You'll find useful information in this interview. It's good to challenge your comfort zone and Jason talks about training, equipment, injury prevention and the state of marathon running. His opinion on the sport is edgy, it catches Joe off guard and the two trade opinions with respect to their points of view.
Every runner fears hitting the wall as they reach the 20 mile mark in a marathon. They also fear gastric distress if they consume too much or too little energy on the course. Listen as Richard Diaz and Vanessa Runs interview Anthony Almada, an expert in evidence based performance nutrition as he shares some exciting news of a product that has proven to pack energy back into the working muscles without the bloat commonly associated with typical sports drinks and gels and does it in a fraction of the time of other products on the market.
Reno Stirrat and Gary Allen are two of the most remarkable marathon runners in the world. They're members of a small, elite group of runners who have run sub 3:00 marathons in each of the last 5 decades. Beginning in the 70's and all the way through the current day, they've run marathons in the sub 3:00 hour category. It's a fascinating discussion. We'll cover their journey into marathon running, how they've stayed in shape, what it was like when women entered the sport, how they feel about race fields increasing in size and diversity of talents, the 2013 Boston Marathon, the future of America in the sport of marathon running and what it's like to line up in corral #1 for over 35 years. All that plus their reflection on Joan Benoit Samuelson's win at the LA Olympics and much, much more.
Marathon Runners, are you confused, injured or simply ill-informed about running shoes? What’s best for you, minimal, zero drop, stability or motion control? Join us as we bring back Dr. Emily Splichal to de-mystify shoe selection for all types of runners.
There is so much marketing hype in the billion dollar shoe industry it is hard to sort the fact from fiction. Dr Emily is a world renowned podiatrist, educator and founder of The Evidence Based Fitness Academy. She has a lot to offer in the way of sound advice for runners, especially those who have been plagued with running injuries. This is a show you don’t want to miss!
On June 28th, 2014 Larisa Dannis ran the race of her life, placing 2nd overall female in The (grueling) Western States 100 Mile Endurance Run. She was declared the Dark Horse, the unexpected threat to win.
6 years ago she was overweight, out of shape, and feeling very much lost. Today, she says she’s a gal with hopes of qualifying to run in the 2016 Olympic Marathon Trials. Larisa set a personal best at The Boston Marathon this year finishing in 2:44:41, 33rd woman overall and first woman with a non-elite race bib!
The Half Marathon is the most popular running event in the world today. More runners participate in this distance than any other race. Join Richard Diaz as he discusses training for this event with Luke Humphrey, Author of Hansons Half Marathon Method.
Luke is the owner and head coach of the Hanson’s-Brooks Distance Project and 2 times Olympic Trial Qualifier and 5th place finisher at the San Diego Marathon with a time of 2:14:39. Listen as these two coaches share insights and theories on preparing for Americas favorite running distance.
On the eve of The Boston Marathon, our guest Geoff Smith 2 X Winner reflects on past achievements as a World Class runner and the state of running today. What does The Boston Marathon mean to him, given the tragic attack on America’s most important Marathon?
Geoff Smith was the man to beat at all the major races back in the early 80’s, having been edged out by Rod Dixon at the New York Marathon in 1983 by a mere 8 seconds after leading the race for 26 miles. He won Boston handily in both 1984 and 1985, a true running legend with a lot to share. This is a show you don’t want to miss!
The first ever Australian Running Convention will take place in Melbourne on Saturday 6th September 2014.
In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we talk to Vickie Saunders and Richard Bowles, two of the people behind the convention.
The Australian Running Convention will feature a range of expert speakers and run industry specialists. The program includes:
How to plan your annual running calendar
The sensible approach to food
Run yourself well
The powerful mind of a runner
Fight or Flight panel conversation hosted by Lisa Holmes, Editor of Runners World
Tickets and details available at Australian Running Convention
Regular segments include:
Over the shoulder
The road ahead
With 5 months of the year to go August is a top time of the year to focus on your running.
Whether you have already entered an event or two, just getting started or somewhere in between now is the time.
With spirng or autum/fall just around the corner no matter where you are in the world there are some great events ahead in 2014.
In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we look at some of the events still remianing in 2014 and talk about the ones we would love to do as well as the events we are running.
Also on the show:
Over the shoulder
The road ahead
This winter the weather has been challenging. Running in extreme cold weather requires discipline and preparation. Join Richard Diaz and co-host Vanessa Runs as she calls from her igloo as we discuss what to wear and how to prepare for running in the snow.
The east coast has been punished by harsh winter storms and power outages; our co-host Vanessa Runs is calling us direct from her self-made igloo. The topic of running a marathon or ultra-marathon when the weather dips below freezing is our focus for this broadcast. Be sure to tune in… if your power is out, you can catch the show later from our archives.
Proper feeding as a triathlete is critical to success. Join us as Anthony Almada explains what to eat, before, during and after a triathlon to get the most out of your performance. This information also serves Marathon and Ultra Marathon Runners.
Anthony received his MSc in nutritional/exercise biochemistry from the University of California, Berkeley and has been a co-investigator on over 90 clinical trials in nutrition. He is a co-author on over 25 peer-reviewed nutrition research studies and is often quoted as an industry expert (New York Times, Forbes, and Business Week).
Show time is 11pm EST.
Shannon Richards, a triathlete and she says it is her calling to raise awareness for Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project. Her next event is https://www.flatironsevents.com/members/fundraising?id=18857 So far she's raised $50.00. This is Shannon Richards 2nd event for dolphin. She also just recently competed and completed Ironman Texas!
Her name is Jennifer Wolf song and she is a marathon runner. Jennifer just finished the Mt. Hood 50-Miles she ran and finished with the dolphins on her mind. Wolfsong successfully ran 100km in Sept 2012 and raised more than $3,000 for Save Japan Dolphins. https://www.crowdrise.com/sjdevents/fundraiser/jenniferwolfsong
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