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InnerFight's Marcus Smith is a high performance coach that gets results. In his podcast he talks performance with a range of people. From some of the worlds leading health and fitness gurus to those searching to get more out of their life.

The InnerFight Podcast InnerFight

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    • 5.0, 76 Ratings

InnerFight's Marcus Smith is a high performance coach that gets results. In his podcast he talks performance with a range of people. From some of the worlds leading health and fitness gurus to those searching to get more out of their life.

    #647: Developing an eating disorder by counting calories

    #647: Developing an eating disorder by counting calories

    We have known what calories are for a long time but even 15 or 20 years ago the thought of counting them and or weighing food in order to ensure that you get the right amount was not something the layman would consider. If you were an “athlete” then maybe but otherwise not a chance.

    Fast forward to today and everyone seems to know about counting calories, whether they are doing it correctly or not is another thing. At the same time the number of eating disorders we are seeing and generally poor relationships we see that people have with food is on the rise at a scary rate.

    So whats going on? That is the question we answer in todays show.

    • 12 min
    #646: "There are no limitations" with Keith Russell

    #646: "There are no limitations" with Keith Russell

    Just 4 years ago Keith Russell started running as something he could do with his severely disabled daughter Alanna. It brought them both great joy and happiness. Sadly in December 2017 Alanna passed away but in the short time Keith ran with her they had a huge impact on many communities both in Ireland and further afield.
    What started as something they did together soon developed into something that would help Keith deal with being apart from Alanna as he explained to us “I had two choices and the world would have accepted if I chose to drown my sorrows but I didn’t I chose to keep running.”
    Since Keith has run a sub 3 hour marathon, completed the 173km Belfast to Dublin ultra, on Alannas second anniversary completed 100 miles on a 400m track and on 27th June ran 227km around an athletics track as he chased the Irish 24 hour record.
    In this show Keith speaks in detail about all areas of his life, lessons learnt and how he has overcome extreme adversity.
    Enjoy the show.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    #645: Books, podcasts, reading, learning.

    #645: Books, podcasts, reading, learning.

    “You should read more” was probably a phrase we have all had shouted at us at some stage or another. But how, but when, but why? In this show we talk all about books, reading, podcasts and learning, how much is too much, how much is enough and when should we start doing!

    You can check out my book list right here www.mjdsmith.com/books and if you have any books you want to share please drop us a mail to winning@innerfight.com

    • 13 min
    #644 Juices, shakes and smoothies

    #644 Juices, shakes and smoothies

    Ever done a juice detox, been told to have a shake or been tempted by the new world of smoothies? This show is all for you and of course for those that have heard about all these things and yet are a bit unsure!

    In show I try and give you all you need to know about liquid nutrition by keeping it nice and simple and straight forward as well as giving you the truth about some of the detox juice cleanses out there.

    Enjoy the show!

    • 35 min
    #643: Hot hot hot

    #643: Hot hot hot

    If you live somewhere in the Northern hemisphere then I hope your mercury is rising and you are able to take advantage of some awesome summer weather. Right here in the Middle East it is of course nice and warm as we head into July so about time for a sort show on hydration, training in the heat, managing your training plans, recovering well and being ready to go again.

    There are a number of simple check ins for hydration and I share about 10 in this show. Add to this a slightly different approach to your training, no you are not going to lose all of your gains down worry. And then round things out with good revery and you will win big this summer.

    Thanks for tuning in to the show.

    Marcus

    • 12 min
    #642: The mindset of a legend - Brendan Foster debunked!

    #642: The mindset of a legend - Brendan Foster debunked!

    Brendan Foster CBE (born 12 January 1948)[1] is a British former long-distance runner who founded the Great North Run. He won the bronze medal in the 10,000 metres at the 1976 Summer Olympics, and the gold medal in the 5,000 metres at the 1974 European Championships and the 10,000 metres at the 1978 Commonwealth Games.

    The man is a legend and he is also on of our coaches (Rob Foster) Uncle so Rob managed to get him on a talk for our Endurance team. I loved pretty much every second of his talk and as I was listening back to it thought it would be fun to debunk his mindset so thats what I have done.

    Hope you enjoy the show.

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

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76 Ratings

76 Ratings

AkiWAA ,

Great Podcast

Listen to a number of podcasts but this is the one I always listen to first when a new episode comes out. Incredibly informative with great advice and interviews. Definitely worth a listen.

jo in Dubai ,

Inner fight

Great podcast, very easy to understand and follow. Very informative and motivating too

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Great motivation

Would recommend This podcast to anyone looking to improve in their fitness or in any area of their life. The guests are varied and interesting on the Innerfight talks. The information for training is cutting edge and pitched at all levels.

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