A weekly podcast dedicated to training the body, mind & soul for what the race requires.
Legends: 2003 London Marathon w/ Deena Kastor
On a spring day in London, the world was set on fire. We are joined by a legend, Deena Kastor, as we break down the 2003 London Marathon in which Paula Radcliffe unleashed perhaps the single most impressive race in the history of distance running. Deena gives us a front row seat to this legendary race
Interview with a Legend: Dick Beardsley
This interview with Dick Beardsley runs the gamut, from history & reflections on his running career to a deep sharing of personal tragedy & loss. But the current running underneath the narrative is Dick's love for life, others & the simple act of moving through space.
Legends: 1984 Women's Olympic Marathon (Part II)
Part II of a two part episode on the 1984 Women's Olympic Marathon that jumps straight into the drama. We also discuss the four protagonists' post-Olympic careers, discuss who we consider the greatest of the decade & share our key insights & opinions on the legacy of this race & the four women who battled that August morning in LA.
Legends: 1984 Women's Olympic Marathon (Part I)
Part I of a two part episode on the 1984 Women's Olympic Marathon that traces the history of women's running, highlights the careers of the four main protagonists & set up the drama for the race itself.
Legends: 1982 Boston Marathon
The inaugural episode in the Legends series breaking down classic races & highlighting legendary runners. We breakdown the 1982 Boston Marathon & highlight Alberto Salazar & Dick Beardsley.
Q&A: On Planning Mental Training
A dialogue with Bill Corrigan on how to set up a metal training plan. Bill asks if there is a periodization model we can use to optimize our mental game in running & racing. Recorded before the outbreak of COVID-19 on March 6th.