Nowadays when people decide to start running (especially around the holidays) they usually do it to lose weight, begin a healthier lifestyle or even as hobby, perhaps. But it’s crucial to never forget why you’re running: because it’s fun!
Enjoy your runs and take it slow; don’t let your ego get in the way of what could be your best run yet. That’s exactly what Mark Kennedy is here to tell us; not only was pace key to his running but it’s key to life.
Mark is a USATF certified coach and former Kinesiologist [...]
Today we’re going back to the physical side of running in life; we’re talking about breathing. Did you know that many of us are breathing wrong?
Yeah, that’s actually a thing. And if you’re a runner and you think you already know how to breathe, think again; taking our guest’s advice to heart today could change your life.
He’s helped thousands of people, from Olympians to Elite runners, change their lives through their breathing and their running has never been the same.
Today’s podcast is focused on why it is a good idea to avoid the comparison trap and why it’s better to focus on our own milestones and improvement.
We are also going to learn about some of the interesting differences between male and female physiology and how it relates to performance and recovery. We are also going to discuss why what someone else is doing may not be right for you. It all comes down to drawing inspiration from other people, but not doing comparisons. We also discuss why recovery is so important, and why a diet that is overly strict is not a good idea.
The guest today is Sarah Joyce. Sarah has a PhD in Sport Science, and she is the Editor-in-Chief of Women’s Running Australia. She is a runner, an established writer, and has a specialized knowledge of the female athlete.
Sarah put a lot of r [...]
On today’s podcast we will take a look at the things our listeners would like from the Run To The Top Podcast in 2016. We’ll be going through what we’re up to, what you can look forward to in the coming year, and an in-depth explanation of the survey results that we asked you to participate in last year.
Today’s topics include: