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Hosted by athlete, entrepreneur, and Marni on the Move Podcast Host, Marni Salup. Long Slow Distance is a new seasonal podcast series purely focused on endurance sports. On each episode, Marni will speak with athletes, coaches, and industry experts offering a deep dive into training and racing, with insight and advice, compelling stories, event preps and debriefs and of course the mind altering concept of Long Slow Distance. Marni will be conversing with runners, triathletes, swimmers, cyclists, climbers, nutritionists, physical therapists and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marni-salup/support

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Hosted by athlete, entrepreneur, and Marni on the Move Podcast Host, Marni Salup. Long Slow Distance is a new seasonal podcast series purely focused on endurance sports. On each episode, Marni will speak with athletes, coaches, and industry experts offering a deep dive into training and racing, with insight and advice, compelling stories, event preps and debriefs and of course the mind altering concept of Long Slow Distance. Marni will be conversing with runners, triathletes, swimmers, cyclists, climbers, nutritionists, physical therapists and more. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marni-salup/support

    Matthew Futterman On Marathoning, Writing, and Unlocking the Secrets Of Speed | Marni on the Move Series

    Matthew Futterman On Marathoning, Writing, and Unlocking the Secrets Of Speed | Marni on the Move Series

    Matthew Futterman is the Deputy Sports Editor of The New York Times, a 24x Marathoner and author of the incredible, page turning book, Running to The Edge: A Band of Misfits and The Guru Who Unlocked The Secrets of Speed. It is the inspiring story of the visionary running coach Bob Larsen, one of America’s greatest running coaches, his foray into the nuances of distance running and uncovering the secrets of speed, meshed with the captivating stories behind Larsen’s runners, The Jamul Toads and American Olympians Meb Keflezighi and Deena Castor.  Running to the Edge offers a look into the science, techniques, history of running. Inspired by his passion and connection to running, Matthew weaves his personal narrative into the book as he shares the story of compelling story of Bob Larsen and his winning, game-changing athletes.

    On today’s episode, Matthew and Marni sync up about runninng, his foray into journalism, and the inspiration behind his book. We talk about some of the lessons and insight he gained while writing the book from altitude training to speed and distance tips, the 60’s and 70’s fringe running culture and the original running boom and 1976 National Cross Country Championships, the event that changed American running forever.

    CONNECT

    @Matthew Futterman on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook
    @MarniOnTheMove Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn

    Special thanks to Long Slow Distance series partners Mad Ritual, On, Roka, SaltStick, Nuun Hydration, and Navitas Organics.

    Shop our Offers, Deals, and Favorite Products + Brands from our new series Long Slow Distance on our website.

    Sign up for our Newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news!

    FOLLOW SERIES PARTNERS

    @MadRitual
    @Onrunning
    @roka
    @SaltStick
    @NuunHydration
    @NavitasOrganics


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    • 59 min
    Susannah Scaroni, Two-Time U.S. Paralympian On Wheelchair Racing, the TCS NYC Marathon, + Training and Race Day Nutrition | Marni on the Move Series

    Susannah Scaroni, Two-Time U.S. Paralympian On Wheelchair Racing, the TCS NYC Marathon, + Training and Race Day Nutrition | Marni on the Move Series

    Susannah Scaroni is a Two-Time U.S. Paralympian, on her way to her third Paralympics with Team USA for Tokyo 2020.  She is the Marathon World Record Holder at 1:30:41 which she earned at the  Grandma’s Marathon in Deluth, and holds the 10 K World Best at 22:2, which she set at New York Road Runners Mini 10K.  In her spare time, she is finishing her Masters at University of Illinois, where she is studying to become a Registered Dietician, while competing in Marathons around the world including TCS NYC Marathon 2019.

    On this episode, Marni sync's up with Susannah about where her passion for  athleticism and sports began, the sport of wheelchair racing, her training, team, and strategies. They talk about training and race nutrition across all endurance sports, mindset and training your winning gear, and the TCS NYC Marathon!

    CONNECT

    @Susannah Scaroni on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter
    @MarniOnTheMove Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn

    Special thanks to Long Slow Distance series partners Mad Ritual, On, Roka, SaltStick, Nuun Hydration, and Navitas Organics.

    Shop our Offers, Deals, and Favorite Products + Brands from our new series Long Slow Distance on our website.

    Sign up for our Newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news!

    FOLLOW SERIES PARTNERS

    @MadRitual
    @Onrunning
    @roka
    @SaltStick
    @NuunHydration
    @NavitasOrganics




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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Tyler McCandless On Marathoning, Meteorology, and the TCS NYC Marathon| Marni On The Move Series

    Tyler McCandless On Marathoning, Meteorology, and the TCS NYC Marathon| Marni On The Move Series

    Tyler McCandless is a top American distance runner, scientist with a Ph.D. in Meteorology, and is one of the founders of The Kauai Marathon Youth Program, a Marathon he has participated in for nine years. He has competed in two Olympic Marathon Trials and qualified for a third with his 2:12:28 marathon to finish 2nd at the USA Marathon Championships in December 2017. In the spring 2020, Tyler is heading to compete in the 2020 Olympic Trials after racing the 2019 TCS NYC Marathon. He lives and works in Boulder, Colorado as a Machine Learning Scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research and is currently working on various projects in the Research Applications Laboratory (RAL) including using machine learning techniques to improve wind and solar power prediction for a project in Kuwait, and building an algorithm to improve wildfire prediction.

    Marni and Tyler sync up about where athletics and Marathoning began, consitency in training and maintaining a healthy body, weather and racing, his work in Hawaii, Boulder, and Kuwait, and of course, the TCS NYC Marathon.

    Tyler’s won four marathons: the Kauai Marathon in Hawaii in 2011-2013; and also the Iwaki City Marathon in Japan in 2012. In July of 2011 Tyler was awarded the Road Runners Club of America Roads Scholarship, which is an award to assist American post-collegiate runners who show great promise to develop into national and world-class distance running athletes. Tyler has had a successful 3+ years under coach Steve Jones. Highlights include a half-marathon PR of 1:03:14, four top ten finishes at 2014 USA Championships and PRs in distances from the 10k (29:19-Peachtree) to the marathon (2:15:26-Twin Cities). He also earned the prestigious honor of being named the Collegiate Running Association Male Athlete of the Year in 2014.

    CONNECT

    @Tyler McCandless on Instagram or  Twitter
    @MarniOnTheMove Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn

    Special thanks to Long Slow Distance series partners Mad Ritual CBD, On, Roka, SaltStick, Nuun Hydration, and Navitas Organics.

    Shop our Offers, Deals, and Favorite Products + Brands from our new series Long Slow Distance on our website.

    Sign up for our Newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news!








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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Andrew Kalley: Running and Triathlon Training + Race Day Advice| Marni on the Move Series

    Andrew Kalley: Running and Triathlon Training + Race Day Advice| Marni on the Move Series

    Andrew Kalley is one of NYC’s top triathlon, running, strength and conditioning coaches and an award winning runner and triathlete. In 2019 he came in 4th in his age group at Nationals, 2nd in his age group Ironman Augusta 70. 3 and beat his all-time run off the bike at Ironman World Championships in Nice with a 1:18 time.  Overall, Andrew has won at least 12 races in his career including Mighty Hamptons, New York City Triathlon, South Beach Triathlon, Stamford Triathlon, Mightyman Sprint and more.  He has qualified 8x for the ITU World Championship to represent Team USA.  All of which he does as part of the Full Throttle Endurance Team, one of the most impressive tri teams in the Northeast, which he has been part of for the past 12 years as a coach and athlete. Andrew is a lifelong athlete, native New Yorker, and a new dad. In his career he has coached thousands of athletes for multisport and endurance sports.  He certainly knows a thing or two about the purpose and concept of long slow distance.  On today’s episode, I sync up with Andrew to get some training and race tips for both running and triathlon.

    TOPICS


    Long Slow Distance: Going Long Slow to Go Long Fast
    Zone 2 Training
    Time VS Miles
    Learning to Trust in Your Training
    The Winning Gear
    Building A Base and Maintaining Fitness In The Off Season
    Become a More Efficient Athlete + Optimizing Your Energy Systems
    Triathlon + Running Strategy
    Frequency + Consistency for Fitness Maintenance, Performance,  and Improvement
    Race Day Mantras + Mindset

    CONNECT

    @KalleyFitness on Instagram and Twitter
    @MarniOnTheMove Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn

    Special thanks to Long Slow Distance series partners Mad Ritual, On, Roka, SaltStick, Nuun Hydration, and Navitas Organics.

    Shop our Offers, Deals, and Favorite Products + Brands from our new series Long Slow Distance on our website.

    Sign up for our Newsletter, The Download for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news!

    FOLLOW SERIES PARTNERS

    @MadRitual
    @Onrunning
    @roka
    @SaltStick
    @NuunHydration
    @NavitasOrganics


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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Long Slow Distance Introduction

    Long Slow Distance Introduction

    Long Slow Distance is a new seasonal Marni on the Move podcast series purely focused on endurance sports. On each episode, I will speak with athletes, coaches, and industry experts offering a deep dive into training and racing, with insight and advice, compelling stories, event preps and debriefs and of course the mind altering concept of Long Slow Distance.  The series is inspired by my training for the 2019 TCS NYC Marathon, born from a decade of training for running and triathlon events, paralleled with my love/hate relationship with doing long slow distance and the desire to be fast.  I will be conversing with runners, triathletes, swimmers, cyclists, climbers, nutritionists, physical therapists and more.   If you listen to Marni on the Move on the regular, you know I often get into to the weeds with Marni on the Move endurance athlete guests about their training and racing. Now I am hosting this dedicated seasonal series on all things, endurance sports.   We have an exciting line up of guests for season one:


    Matthew Futterman, The New York Times Deputy Sports Editor, 24x Marathoner, and author of Running to the Edge.
    Andrew Kalley, one of NYC’s top triathlon, running, strength and conditioning coaches and award winning, podium placing triathlete and runner
    Susannah Scaroni, 2x US Paralympian, American Marathon World Record holder 1:30:41, Team Tokyo 2020, and competitor in TCS NYC Marathon 2019
    Tyler McCandless, a top American distance runner, Machine Learning Scientist and Ph.D. in Meteorology, competitor in the TCS NYC Marathon 2019, and Kauai Marathon Ambassador.
    The Wassner Twins, Rebeccah and Laurel Wassner, championship winning, Professional Triathletes.

    Long Slow Distance is fueled by a few of my favorite brands, the ones I use every day for training, racing and life including Mad Ritual, On, Roka, Nunn Hydration, SaltStick, and Navitas Organics.


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    • 8 min

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Amazing podcast

Enjoyed listening to this great and insightful podcast all about long slow distance, Zone 2, and tips and advice with Andrew Kalley of Kalley Fitness. Need more episodes, please!

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