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Running Rogue is a podcast produced by Rogue Running in Austin, TX. We are here to talk about all things running and help you become a better runner along the way! Check us out at www.roguerunning.com.

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Running Rogue is a podcast produced by Rogue Running in Austin, TX. We are here to talk about all things running and help you become a better runner along the way! Check us out at www.roguerunning.com.

    Episode #171: Olympic Marathon Trials Preview with Brad Hudson

    Episode #171: Olympic Marathon Trials Preview with Brad Hudson

    It's all going down in Atlanta on Saturday starting at 12:08 EST for the men and 12:20 EST for the women. You can watch it all on NBC or NBC Sports Gold. In this episode, we break down both fields and Brad and I give our predictions on how the races will go and who will get top 3 to make the team. 
    If you are in Atlanta, join me with Kara Goucher and Shanna Burnette on Saturday at 8:30 am at the Olympic Rings in Centennial Olympic Park near the Trials finish line for a 3 mile fun run with the Clean Sport podcast hosts. I would love to see you all there!

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode #170: The Mental Side of Injury

    Episode #170: The Mental Side of Injury

    In this episode which was recorded live at Rogue, I interview Carrie Cheadle and CIndy Kuzma on their new book - Rebound: Train Your Mind to Bounce Back Stronger from Sports Injuries. 
    Carrie, who is a certified mental performance consultant through the Association of Applied Sport Psychology, shares strategies for harnessing the power of your mind to run your best race, from connecting to your own hero’s journey to visualizing both success and setbacks.
    Carrie and Cindy also discuss their new book, which explains how similar strategies can help athletes bounce back from injury stronger.
    Carrie Jackson Cheadle lives in Northern California and is a mental skills coach and certified mental performance consultant through the Association for Applied Sport Psychology. She is author of the book On Top of Your Game: Mental Skills to Maximize Your Athletic Performance (Feed the Athlete Press, 2013). A popular source for media, Carrie has been interviewed for publications such as Men’s Fitness, Women’s Health, Outside Magazine, Shape Magazine, Runner’s World, Bicycling Magazine, and Huffington Post.
    Carrie received her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Sonoma State University, California and her master’s degree in sport psychology at John. F. Kennedy University, California. She has been teaching and supervising masters students in the sport psychology program at that same university since 2006. Carrie consults with athletes of all ages and at every level, from recreational athletes, high school and collegiate athletes, to elite and professional athletes competing at national and international levels. In addition to being known for her expertise in sports performance and psychological recovery from injury, she is also one of the foremost experts specializing in mental skills training for athletes and exercisers with type 1 diabetes, and is the director of the Mental Skills Training Program for Diabetes Training Camp. Carrie has her own personal commitment to lifelong fitness and when she isn’t working with athletes, you might find her running on a trail, playing guitar, or hitting the slopes on her snowboard.
    Twitter: @feedtheathlete
    Instagram: @feedtheathlete
    Cindy Kuzma is a Chicago-based journalist with a specialty in fitness and health; a contributing writer at Runner's World magazine; and a runner who's completed 22 marathons, including seven Boston Marathons. She earned her master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism and has spent the past 15 years writing for national print and online publications, including Men's Health, Women's Health, Prevention, espnW.com, VICE, SELF, Outside, and USA Today magazines. She has also contributed audio reporting to The Runner's World Show and Human Race, podcasts produced by Runner's World.
    Twitter: @cindykuzma
    Instagram: @cindykuzma
    Together, they’re the co-hosts of The Injured Athletes Club podcast and moderate an online support group for injured athletes. You can learn more about all these efforts through their website, www.injuredathletesclub.com.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode #169: Blood Chemistry and Performance

    Episode #169: Blood Chemistry and Performance

    In this episode, I start with a recap of some blistering fast races this weekend at the Millrose Games, plus a few Oly Trials tune up races on the road for athletes like Galen Rupp and Amy Cragg. They are both among the favorites, but what do their races say about their fitness leading into Feb 29th?
    Then, I turn to a conversation with Natalie Picchetti on what we can learn from blood chemistry that the standard ranges and guidelines may not tell you. 
    Her story alone is fascinating, but you won't want to miss what she says about why the standard blood value ranges fail us especially as it relates to improving performance.
    Note: The individual examples and cases discussed are meant as examples only and not meant to be applied without the guidance of a medical professional.

    • 58 min
    Episode #168: Recover like a Champion

    Episode #168: Recover like a Champion

    It's easy to be swindled into thinking that recovery has to be complicated or that it has to be expensive. It doesn't. That doesn't make it easy, but it can be really, really simple if you focus on the most important recovery elements.
    In this episode, I remind you why recovery is so important and talk about the 3 core elements to recovery that you should optimize before worrying about anything else. Focus there before you worry about the complicated or expensive stuff like cryo or float pods!

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode #167: Coach Brad Hudson

    Episode #167: Coach Brad Hudson

    In this episode, I am excited to introduce Brad Hudson as a new member of the Rogue Running team. We start with current events, discussing Bekele vs. Kipchoge in London and takeaways from the weekend of indoor action as track is back in the new year.
    Then, we discuss Brad's background from a kid who ran his first marathon at the age of 12 to a collegiate at the University of Oregon under Coach Bill Dellinger to an elite marathoner who ran as fast as 2:13. We talk about Brad's influences as a coach and what he believes about mileage, easy running, recovery, marathon tapering and marathon recovery.
    Then, we finish off with Brad coaching me up a bit as I discuss my sub 2:40 goal with him for the first time. We are excited to have Brad on the Rogue team...
    To train with Brad and Team Rogue in Austin:
    To train with Brad virtually one on one:

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Episode #166: 8 Common Training Mistakes

    Episode #166: 8 Common Training Mistakes

    In this episode, I start with 10 minutes of current events discussing the implications of a big weekend of racing in San Diego, Phoenix, and Houston. 
    Then, I turn to my main topic where I discuss 8 common training mistakes that might be keeping you from reaching your full potential. Are you making any of these?!?

    • 58 min

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