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Interviews with Elite Athletes, Professional Coaches, Sport Scientists and Thought Leaders in the Sport of Running.

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Interviews with Elite Athletes, Professional Coaches, Sport Scientists and Thought Leaders in the Sport of Running.

    #56 - Kyle Merber

    #56 - Kyle Merber

    Kyler Merber currently produces The Lap Count - one of the most popular Track & Field newsletters. "The Wednesday Morning Newsletter For Diehard Track & Field Fans!" https://thelapcount.substack.com/
    Prior to The Lap Count Kyle was a middle distance athlete competing for HOKA One One with PR's of 3:34 for the 1500m, 3:54 for the Mile and still to this day holds two World Records - the 4x800m relay and the Distance Medley relay.

    In this interview Kyle shares his motivations for starting The Lap Count as well as insights into how the content is sourced and published as well as his thoughts on the how athletes can offer more value to brands.
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    • 32 min
    #55 - Harvey Nelson

    #55 - Harvey Nelson

    Harvey Nelson of McKirdy Trained HP placed 18th (5th American) at the Boston Marathon 2021 on debut and spent over 1 minute of his 2:14:47 stationary - tune in this episode to hear the story. 
    Harvey has a Half Marathon best of 61:48 and shares insights into his Boston Marathon build up as well as dream marathons, favorite and most dreaded workouts and more.
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    • 40 min
    #54 - Brad Beer

    #54 - Brad Beer

    Brad Beer is a sports and exercise physiotherapist who treats many of the world's elite distance runners, triathletes, swimmers and surf life savers. Brad is the host of the Physical Performance Show Podcast (298 episodes featuring interviews with world class athletes, coaches, scientists and physiotherapists) and is the Head Physiotherapist for the Super League Triathlon Series.
    In this conversation Brad shares his learnings from the interviews conducted via the Physical Performance Show, some of the most common running related injuries (including achilles tendinopathy, shin-splints) and the strategies to heal them and more.
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    • 42 min
    #53 - John Raneri

    #53 - John Raneri

    John Raneri is a 61:51 minute Half Marathoner and 2:13 Marathoner who placed 12th overall (5th American) at the NYC Marathon a few weeks ago. John trains with McKirdy Trained HP in Flagstaff Arizona and shares insights into his NYC Marathon build up and thoughts about his performance in the race itself in this conversation. Other topics include strength training, dream marathons and doing some recovery runs fast.
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    • 32 min
    #52 - Nell Rojas

    #52 - Nell Rojas

    Nell Rojas placed 6th at the Boston Marathon 2021 (1st American) while running a personal best of 2:27:12. Nell is a strength training specialist and shares plenty of insights into her strength training routine as well as her general running training program in this conversation.
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    • 38 min
    #51 - Jake Smith

    #51 - Jake Smith

    Jake Smith joins the Sweat Elite podcast to share insights into his training, nutrition, training gear and much more.
    Jake is a 60:31 Half Marathon guy with other bests of 3:48 for the 1500m, 8:00 for the 3000m, 13:38 for the 5000m, 28:50 for the 10000m and 2:11:00 for the Marathon (where he was supposed to pace the race to 25-30k but finished and won in an Olympic Qualifying time). 
    In this conversation we dive deep into his training - favourite workouts, hardest workouts, long run durations/paces and more. Where does Jake see his future in the Marathon heading? Tune in to find out.
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    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

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3 Ratings

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eivindwiks ,

Great content, audio (in interviews) need improvement!

Sweat elite offers great content and really insightful. However, in interviews (especially episode with Paul Chelimo sept 2.), its difficult to Even hear What they say. I sat the speaker on maximum (Would normally never do that), and could barely hear What he said.

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