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Every year as a way of showing our appreciation to our listeners, we do a Black Friday giveaway show. The way it works is simple: Write or message me, Richard Diaz or The Natural Running Network Facebook page and provide a question related to Obstacle Racing, Running or associated training. We'll do our best to answer the question on our Friday show and award gifts to the providers of the best questions. We gave away ver $1,000 in gifts last year and plan to do it again! Don't be left out! Be sure to visit www.naturalrunningnetwork.com
Jim Vance is an elite triathlon coach who has co-authored “Triathlon Science”. He is a two time Amateur World Champion in ITU and Xterra and holds an IronMan PR of 8:37:09.
I brought Jim onto our podcast because he has been at the forefront in research of Power Running. Many believe that when power can be effectively measured in running, as has been cone in cycling, it will be a major game changer. In sports science thus far; heart rate is the most effective metric used to identify work relative to performance. This is an interesting time in endurance sport technology and our goal is to share some insight as to the potential of power as it applies to running performance.
“All records, from 100 meters to the Marathon will drop, when we are able to effectively measure power in training”.
Everyone knows that to be successful in the sport of Obstacle Racing you must develop your running skill. Never mind that of all recreational sports, running leads in the number of injuries that athletes endure. What’s interesting is that the leading cause of these injuries is improper running skill and could easily have been avoided with proper training.
Our host Richard Diaz is a highly sought after running form specialist and performance diagnostician. In this episode of “Listen and Learn” He hopes to point out the principal flaws runners make and what they should do to correct these flaws and get back to running injury free and optimal performance. If you are setting out to run your first marathon or are an avid Spartan Race aficionado, this is an episode you don’t want to miss!
”Running more often or at greater intensity with bad form is a hell bound train!”
Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records S3production
The Crew-Cuts Sh-Boom / I Spoke Too Soon
Rudy Vallee & Connecticut Yankees A little kiss each morning
I’ll be reminded of you
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The Crew-Cuts – Sh-Boom / I Spoke Too Soon
Label: Mercury – 70404
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
Style: Rock & Roll
Written By – Feaster, McRae, Keyes, Edwards
B: I Spoke Too Soon
Written By – Sims, Kosloff
Record Company – Mercury Records
Published By – Progressive Music
Published By – Weiss & Barry Inc.
Orchestra [With] – David Carroll &His Orchestra
Vocals – The Crew-Cuts
Canadian vocal quartet comprised of Rudi Maugeri (January 21, 1931 - May 7, 2004) (baritone), John Perkins (born August 28, 1931) (lead), Ray Perkins (born November 28, 1932) (bass), and Pat Barrett (born September 15, 1933) (1st or high tenor). The group named themselves after the crew cut haircut, one of the first connections made between pop music and hairstyle.
22193A Rudy Vallee Connecticut Yankees A little kiss each morning
Victor records 57124=5 11/6/1929
Radio Pictures Vagabond Lover
22193B Rudy Vallee Connecticut Yankees I’ll be reminded of you
57125=1 10/28/1929 Composers Ed Heyman-Ken Smith
Jaime Lopez is serious about his OCR training; he reads what he can to keep up with the trends in training. He monitors his work via his heart monitor, he abides to specific training protocols and logs all of the metrics afforded him though his devices. Yet still, it all seems confusing at times. Jaime is also a devoted fan of our podcast, he has reached out to Richard Diaz (the show’s host) to ask for some advice on how best to interpret the information he collects and in so doing we invited him on this episode to review his training data and discuss what we’ve learned and to make recommendations. If you, like Jaime, enjoy Spartan Racing, are training for a marathon or are new to running, this is a show you don’t want to miss!
PAVE Your Way to Success with Rudy & Michelle Govan
Pave Your Way To Success with Rudy & Michelle Govan.
As the holiday cookies start appearing, so does the lack of winter running motivation. You know what I mean. It's dark, it's cold, the comforter grows arms and won't let you go and the snooze-button-mornings start to out-number the workout mornings. This can only mean one thing.We better get running! These detailed strategies for getting you out there and running like you mean it are my go-to methods to keep me strong and ready to race in the spring. Download my FREE cheatsheet with all 7 strategies to keep you motivated and running strong this winter!
On this Episode, your host Windy will share with you another story that is well it's just funny. As well as share with you an original song. Yes that is right! Per request, she will be playing and singing Old Fashioned Remedy one of her originals. So sit back get your laugh on and enjoy some music on this weeks episode of Tales From The Crib.
Poet Rudy Calderón will read from his latest bilingual book, Peregrinaje. A poet whose sixteen books of verse are infused with a strong sense of the tragicomic, his internal pilgrimage of the soul allows Calderón to grapple and come to terms with the perennial question that has guided and continues to guide his writing, “What does it mean to be human?”
The 2015 World’s Toughest Mudder set the bar high for team participation. With a $100,000 carrot held out for the team that could cover 100 miles in the allotted 24 hour deadline. It was an interesting race and with the best attempts from the top teams, the money remains uncollected. There was a new course champion crowned and some interesting developments unfolded as the teams broke apart, some retired opting to stay with the team, others pushed on in hopes of personal glory. Our featured guests, Miguel Medina and Nickademus Hollon, were in the thick of competition and share their inside views of the race as it unfolded for them. They also offer some professional insights as to how one should approach this event, it’s a great interview with two great OCR athletes.