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Jul 27, 2016

Do you ever feel like you are holding yourself back? If so, you’re not alone! No matter how good a runner you are, it’s likely that you spend a lot of time convincing yourself that you’re not as good as you actually are. This is part of human nature.

Today’s guest gives us some pointers on overcoming mental obstacles and getting ourselves to where we want and need to be in our running and in other areas of our lives.

That guest is Scott Welle, a best-selling author, peak performance strategist, marathon runner, and founder of Outperform the Norm. He has a d [...]

Jul 20, 2016

Do you know how to properly fuel your body before, during and after a workout? As an athlete, you are probably aware of the importance of eating well, but do you know what that entails? Maybe you have trouble because you don’t like to cook, but at the same time, you don’t like to rely too heavily on packaged foods. Since your health is tied to what you eat, this is something that you need to know about.

 

Today’s guest is Matt Kadey. Matt is a dietitian, cyclist, nutrition and travel writer, and professional recipe developer. He is also the author of

Jul 13, 2016

There’s one topic that many female runners will need to consider at some point during their running careers, and that is pregnancy.

Whether planned or unplanned, pregnancy can absolutely have a huge effect on your training and workouts.

Many doctors will support a woman who is planning to run throughout her pregnancy (as long as it is safe for her in particular, of course!), so taking a nine-month hiatus is not often necessary.

Jul 6, 2016

On the Run to the Top podcast, I try to vary the types ofguests that we have. Today, I’m excited to be interviewing a professionalrunner. Phoebe Wright has a lot of accolades, but first and foremost, she’sdown to earth and simply wonderful to talk (and to listen) to. You’re sure toenjoy today’s episode.

Phoebe is a Nike athlete and a five-time NCAA champion. Sheis currently training for the Olympic trials. She has a blog and hasparticipated in a great interview. 

Some of the topics you’ll hear about include:

     How Phoebe went from a mediocre high school runner toan NCAA champion.

 

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