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Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running

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May 25, 2016

Drew has been so helpful to me in the course of my journey as an elite, and he has some great insight on topics such as running form and strength training.

Drew started training in 1999, and he helps people from athletes to “weekend warriors” move more efficiently and feel their best. He creates individualized training plans based on client needs.

In today’s podcast, you’ll hear about topics such as:

  • How Drew [...]
May 18, 2016

On today’s podcast, I’m speaking with Steve Kamb, founder of Nerd Fitness and author of Level Up Your Life. Steve helps people change their lifestyles by making and sticking to small changes over a period of time. Steve is one of the most brilliant and creative minds in the fitness industry.

Rather than focusing on people who are highly motivated to work out, Steve tends to appeal to those for whom fitness was never a top priority. His goal is to make exercise and fitness fun, approachable and doable by anyone, even for those who would much rather play video games or attend a Star Wars convention than hit the gym.

May 11, 2016

Today’s episode features Ellie Greenwood, one of the best ultrarunners in the world. Her crowning achievement has been to win theComrades Marathon in 2014, and she had a long and winding road up to that point.

Ellie is not a stranger to setbacks, as she spent much of 2013 recuperating from a string of injuries, but she’s been able to take it one step at a time to achieve her goals and extend her running distance little by little.

As you listen today, you’ll hear topics such as:

     How Ellie got started with running.

May 4, 2016

On today’s episode of Runner’s Connect, I’m speaking with Dr. Inigo San Millan, the Director of Exercise Physiology at the University of Colorado and a professional speaker on the topics of sports medicine, metabolic disorders and other types of health and performance issues.

 Today, weare discussing exercise and carbohydrates. Nowadays, so many of our health, weight and performance issues are blamed on carbs. Dr. San Millan assures us, however, that carbohydrates are not to blame for all of our woes.

 As a former athlete, having played for six years with Real Madrid soccer and having been a cyclist for two years, Dr. San Millan has the perspective of both a sports medicine expert and an athlete.

Some of the topics that you’ll [...]

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