Jay Dicharry, MPT, SCS is a physical therapist and sports clinical specialist focused on helping endurance-athletes optimize performance. Tina Muir (the host) is a former elite runner who represented Team GB and has a 2:36 marathon PB. This podcast is perfect for an easy run so you can pay attention to the expertise shared in the interview. Dicharry explains why it's so important to strengthen our feet and make sure we have appropriate shoes.
Ryan Flaherty, Nike's Senior Director of Performance, interviews athletes, trainers, and scientists on the TRAINED podcast. In this episode, he talks to BJ Fogg, behavior scientist, director of the Stanford Behavior Design Lab, and best-selling author of “Tiny Habits: The Small Changes that Change Everything,” about systems we can employ to effect change in our lives.
If you are looking for something a bit different Desert Island Discs from the BBC has such a large archive you are guaranteed to find someone interesting to listen to. The interview is focused on the 8 tracks the guest has picked to take with them when stranded on a desert island. When you are out for a long run it's great to hear the guest's stories, of their upbringing and their path to success. The music is varied and because you aren't picking the tracks it's surprising and uplifting to hear songs you weren't expecting.
If you get inspired by geeking out on the latest science this is an awesome podcast for a long run outside. Highly recommended for anyone seeking to understand and improve their endurance. Learn about zone 2 training for optimizing your mitochondria to improve endurance performance and protect against metabolic disorders.
Greg McMillan brings the coaching experience and Dr Cathy Yeckel provides expert nutrition advice in this conversation focused on marathon performance. If you are training for a marathon be sure to take this podcast on a run.
Episode 111: The Strength Running Podcast | Base Training, the Maffetone Method, and Why You’re Not ‘Lungs with Legs’
We love learning about the science of endurance training and in this episode host Jason Fitzgerald (ex collegiate runner, 2:39 marathon PB, and Strength Running coach) takes us through the best way to build an endurance base. Jason describes the elements of base training, methods to follow (and others to avoid), insights from other experts […]
Jonathan Levitt talks to Olympian Kara Goucher about running the Leadville 50K in 2019 and the new mental and physical challenges that came with that. A great podcast for a long run or for a warm-up/cool down before/after a track session, or even for a recovery jog.
Mario Fraioli hosts a discussion with obstacle racing champion Amelia Boone and ultra runner Brad Stulberg (also author of the books Peak Performance and The Passion Paradox) about mental health, eating disorders, OCD, recovery, racing, and sharing on social media.
The Science of Sport Podcast | How to Make a Champion (Part II): Should You Be a Woods or a Federer?
Prof Ross Tucker and journalist Mike Finch interview David Epstein, author of the New York Times best-selling book Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World. Fascinating discussion that goes well beyond the 10,000 hours rule.
When Susie Chan started running later in life she couldn't run a whole mile. Since then she's run the Marathon de Sables 4 times and multiple 100-milers. In this interview we hear how she got started and learn about her struggles with illness and injury.
The Stokecast hosts Jonathan Ronzio and Emily Holland interview Steve House and Scott Johnston authors of the books Training for the Uphill Athlete and Training for the New Alpinism. At just under an hour this is a great podcast for an easy run or to listen to while doing chores. You'll be inspired for sure.
This interview focuses on the challenges of balancing a marriage, children and a business with athletic goals and identity.