Matt Phillips is a running gait and performance expert. In this interview he shares his experience of helping runners prevent injuries and improve their running efficiency.
A great audiobook/book by Olympic marathon medalist Deena Kastor. Kastor recounts how she developed the positive mindset that helped her achieve her goals.
Highly recommended for a run outside. Whether as part of your long run or for a recovery session. Learn about the running movie 3100 Run and Become and deep dive into why we run and how it can make us better people.
Jason Fitzgerald interviews legendary American marathon runner, Olympic silver medal winner, NYC Marathon winner, and 2014 Boston Marathon Champion Meb Keflezighi.
Boston and NYC marathon winner and Olympic medalist Meb Keflezighi writes about each of the 26 marathons he ran in his pro career. One marathon per chapter with a key lesson learned, details of training, challenges, and a compelling account of the race itself. Great insights into pro running training, race strategy, mental strength. Reminds us that the pros face many of the same struggles that amateurs contend with.
If you haven't run much before and want to get started let Kelly Roberts guide you through your first run with this podcast - the first in a series of 8 weeks of guided runs designed to get you from no running to completing a 5K distance.
Dr Matthew Walker is Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, USA. He is also the founder and director of the Center for Human Sleep Science. Dr. Walker’s research examines the impact of sleep on human health and disease. In 2018 he published “Why We Sleep” and in the course of promoting the […]
Laughter is the best medicine. It can also be a performance-enhancing drug. Let Conan take you to a happy place while you run. A place so happy that tears will be pouring down your cheeks as you laugh your way through the miles. Drivers will double-take and wonder why you are laughing not grimacing. So good you need to save it as a boost for days when you really need one.
'How I Built This' is an engaging, inspiring show perfect for listening to during low-intensity workouts such as a low aerobic outdoor run. Guz Raz interviews a guest who built a successful business or movement and it's always a crazy rollercoaster ride of risk, failure, pivots, and success. In this episode the guest is Jake Carpenter, founder of Burton Snowboards.
Mario Fraioli talks to Des Linden about her 6th place in the 2018 NYC Marathon and her epic victory at Boston 2018 in the rain and cold.