Sometimes you talk to someone whose passion just shines through their words. This was definitely the case with todays guest. He was knowledgeable about the evolution of running, and explains why we are so good at running as human beings, despite what some people think.
Usually, we as runners are described as the crazy ones, especially those of us who are marathon and ultra marathoners, but our guest today explains how those who are not running are actually the crazy ones. Our bodies have evolved over the years to allow us to be great endurance runners.
In this episode, I talked to the author of Older, Faster Stronger- What Women Runners Can Teach Us About Living Younger, Longer.
A few weeks ago, we talked to World Record Holder, Kathy Martin, and today we are taking that one step further.
It really reinforced my belief that you can begin running at any age. I could not believe what I was hearing; 70, 80, even 90 year old friends of our guest today. They not only still run, but they are breaking world records, and keep [...]
Is Generation UCAN a groundbreaking product when it comes to marathon nutrition? Or, is this yet another case of manipulating research studies to make marginal improvements seem more significant.
That’s the question we’re going to try to answer by delving into the actual research studies during this interview with Evelyn of the Carbsane blog.
Spring marathons are looming closer. Or maybe you just have a local race that you are thinking about in the future, it is time to really try to take those little things seriously.
Our founder of Runners Connect, Jeff Gaudette has a great podcast coming up next week about Generation UCAN, and if it really works as well as the company claims to.
Todays guest demonstrates the importance of refueling; explaining why it is so important, and what you need to keep in mind to st [...]