Unheralded runner Austin Brogan ran down Matt Llano in the final 200 meters of the 2018 US Marathon Championship.
Hear how he clawed his way back over the last few miles and the story of those suspenseful final meters. Plus, learn about the training that has allowed Austin to PR from the mile to the marathon.
There is often a stigma attached to the run walk method, but when used correctly it can be amazing for beginners and experienced runners alike.
In today's episode we chat with the pioneer of the run-walk method, Jeff Galloway. We will get answers to many of the common questions about run-walking and even discuss proper run/walk etiquette during the race.
This is another of those episodes that you listen to over and over because there is just so much good information.
Using data collected on running injuries from researchers around the world, Dr. Reed Ferber is on the cutting edge of what causes and can help prevent running injuries.
In today's episode we discuss how wearable technology can predict fatigue-related injuries, how deviation from a training plan leads to injuries, and what specific muscle weaknesses is likely to lead to injury.
How do you push through those inevitable thoughts during a race or tough workout that tell you to slow down or that "it's just too quick"?
On today's show we interview Gary Dudney, author of the Mindful Runner, about the techniques we can use to deal with pain when racing, push past it, and eliminate that doubt we all have.
This is a great episode if you've ever wanted to learn how to develop a tougher mindset when racing!