Two endurance athletes and coaches sit down to talk all things running! We bring you high level running knowledge and present it at a practical level.
Episode 68: Natasha Mansell
One of the UK's top OCR racers, Natasha had an extremely unique journey to becoming an endurance athlete. She didn't find running until she was 29, but quickly made up for lost time. From medical hardships and developmental anomalies to sub-3:00 marathons, Natasha is an inspiration to the "everyman and everywoman" looking to improve their running and mindset towards training.
Training Tuesday #67: Goal Paced Workouts
We preach sustainability and caution on this podcast. We drive home the point that we need to hit certain paces and metrics in training. Well, today we throw all that out the window and discuss hitting workouts based on your future goals rather than your current fitness!
Episode 67: Hunter McIntyre - The Clydesdale Project
Hunter is teaming up with American Record Holder Ryan Hall to set the Clydesdale Marathon World Record (fastest marathon by a male over 200 lbs). He ran 2:55 at 214# with no marathon training. Hear how they plan to run under 2:37 this fall.
Come for The Sheriff, stay for the training talk and his priceless nuggets on mental approach to training, competition, and life!
Training Tuesday #66: Chit Chat with Kirk and Brak
Today is a look behind the scenes to what a typical conversation between Kirk and Brakken looks like. No agenda, no specific topics, just talking about races and training. However, the second half features Brakken making a bold statement about doing nothing but Compromised Running for the rest of the year and detailing why and how he plans to do so!
Episode 66: Listener Submitted Q&A
We hit a little bit of everything today ladies and gents! We have to say, the level of thinking behind these questions is really impressive. We love seeing people take their training seriously, and your dedication shows in your questions. Some highlights include:
Carbon trail shoe discussion
What certifications should a running coach have?
How to manage racing twice in one day
How to calculate fueling needs for a race
What OG OCR athlete would we bring back?
HR Zones vs FTP Zones
Training Tuesday #65: All About Threshold
Lactate Threshold might just be the single most misunderstood concept in all of endurance training. So, we dedicate an entire episode to explaining and simplifying this awesome piece of training jargon. Get ready to take some notes! And pay attention for the longest analogy (7+ minutes) we've ever used!
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Can’t get enough of this podcast- right now it’s all I’m listening to on my recovery workouts, while stretching and even commuting to work. My only fear is that I’m going to catch up to the content and have to wait for new episodes to drop 😂seriously much love from Australia 🇦🇺
A must listen for OCR athletes
I’m loving the content you guys are putting out and genuinely look forward to each new episode. Keep up the great work!
My Continuing Eductation
The Running Public is my continuing education as a coach and personal training
After years of not wanting to learn how to program running.
I got stung by the Spartan bug and started absorbing as much information I can
This podcast is the only show that jump to the front of the que every time
Intelligent, funny, amazing stories...
What's not to like
Well played gents