Welcome to Episode 5 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Jason Fitzgerald of Strength Running.
Jason and I met back in 2015, when he moderated a nutrition panel I was on at an Endurance Sports conference. We kept in touch thereafter, and I was excited to be a guest on his new at the time podcast to talk all about the impact of pregnancy on running and nutrition, towards the end of my first pregnancy (listen to the episode here). So now it’s Jason’s turn to talk all things nutrition and running!
A little background on Jason - he’s an accomplished runner, a USA Track & Field certified coach, founder of Strength Running (one of the largest running blogs on the web), author of 101 Simple Ways to be a Better Runner and Running for Health and Happiness, and podcaster (his guest line-up is amazing - check it out) as well as a father of three young kids, based in Colorado.
I think you’re really going to enjoy our discussion about his nutrition and athletic background, how Strength Running came to life, how his diet and approach to nutrition have evolved especially since working on his own Nutrition for Runners Program with fellow RD Anne Mauney, and balancing his own training and professional life with raising young kids.
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Visit Jason’s Website: https://strengthrunning.comListen to his Strength Running Podcast, including my pregnancy, running and nutrition episode hereFollow Jason on Instagram/Twitter/FacebookCheck out his Nutrition for Runners ProgramAlso, he just released his Running Smarter, Running Stronger video courseAnnouncements:
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