Insights on training for and running marathons and triathlons from a couple of mid-pack runners. We talk about our training, health, motivations, benefits, and share a few embarrassing stories along the way. Read more at http://parkedthoughts.com
Ultra marathon running physiology brought to you by the world’s leading scientists, coaches, and athletes. Science Of Ultra host, Dr. Shawn Bearden, brings you interviews and more to deliver everything you want to know about all facets of training, nutrition, hydration, environment, psychology, gear, and much more. Become your ultra best!
The Running On Om podcast features wellness pioneers from running, yoga, spiritual, and health backgrounds. Julia Hanlon, the creator and host of the podcast, has a passion for hearing people’s stories and wants to help share these inspiring people with the world.
A podcast about everything running. From 5k's to a Marathon. We talk about gear, nutrition, training and race reports. Follow along with our training and share your own.
We are here to help soon to be runners to ultra marathoners with access to the latest knowledge and advice from trained professionals. In addition, the show includes inspiring and empowering stories from experienced runners living the running lifestyle. The show's Go To Real Food Dietitian, Serena Marie, RD answers listener's questions and busts food myths. Our goal is to help you stop thinking of running in terms of “miles to complete” and start thinking of running as a lifestyle that includes balancing running with the rest of your life.
A show about two geeks who decided to take up running. Follow us as we train for our first long distance race. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store!
The Strength Running Podcast is where Coach Jason Fitzgerald shares running advice for new and veteran runners who are passionate about getting stronger, preventing running injuries, and racing faster. Featuring guests like Olympian Nick Symmonds and New York Times best-selling author Shalane Flanagan, you’ll learn what it takes to run fast, stay healthy, and become a better runner.
Discussions about endurance running from the folks who know endurance... the back of the pack. Clever and entertaining. Good company on that 6 hour long run!
I'm a back of the pack podcaster and runner in my fifties, running the roads and paths in my neighbourhood here in Sweden, struggling with my training and the English language. Join me for a tour on my tracks.
The MidPack Podcast is the running podcast for runners that always celebrate the finish line, but are never quite satisfied with their finish times. Runners of all abilities that are working hard to become better runners and only competing with their former selves. The host of The MidPack Podcast is Bill Dowis, a back of the mid-pack runner working hard to run better, stronger, and faster and constantly doing battle with the marathon. Listen in as Bill talks about endurance, long distance running, cross training, nutrition, diet and exercise, fitness, and dreaming of one day winning his age group at any race distance. Go to http://themidpackpodcast.com to find show notes, blog posts, training logs, and to sign up for the MidPacker Mailing List. Follow the show at http://twitter.com/themidpackers and email the host at email@example.com
Sage Running™ Podcasts by Coach and Professional athlete Sage Canaday. Hear about distance running training, plant-based nutrition and what it takes to run on any surface over any distance from 10km to 100 miles!
The Team Shenanigans Podcast is the running podcast that will help you put some FUN in your run, whether you’re just getting started, or you’ve been at it for years, training for a 5K or a marathon. Featuring race reports, gear reviews, interviews, training tips, listener questions and our exclusive Shenanigan Challenges. Inspired by runDisney, Kelly Roberts, Mickey Miles Podcast, the Marathon Show, and Couch to 5K and featuring guests like Eddie McCoy and Christopher McDougall. The Team Shenanigans Podcast is hosted by Mark Avis, Brittany & Kenny Brown, Chris Smith and Caryn Vita.