35 episodes

Whether you are just starting out, or here to PB, Well far is the weekly running podcast helping you to go the distance. From tracking your runs to syncing the miles to your menstrual cycle, host Amy Lane - author, runner and fitness expert - has got you covered. Each episode comes equipped with current running news that you can use, expert interviews, and free guided yoga sessions to help you finish every run right.

Well Far: The Running Podcast Mags Creative

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Whether you are just starting out, or here to PB, Well far is the weekly running podcast helping you to go the distance. From tracking your runs to syncing the miles to your menstrual cycle, host Amy Lane - author, runner and fitness expert - has got you covered. Each episode comes equipped with current running news that you can use, expert interviews, and free guided yoga sessions to help you finish every run right.

    Megan Judge - RUN CHAT

    Megan Judge - RUN CHAT

    From the age of 10 Megan Judge battled eating disorders. During this time she often used running as a way to control her weight, however, when she plummeted to only 5st and was told running might cause a heart attack she knew something had to change. She was told that she would never run again and yet it was running that ended up saving her. With an impressive number of marathons, half marathons, 5k and 10 ks under her belt Megan talks us through exactly how running has motivated her to stay healthy and resulted in her recovery, a career as a PT and reflexologist and member of the Brooks Run Happy team (among other run Clubs!).

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    • 28 min
    Paula Radcliffe - RUN CHAT

    Paula Radcliffe - RUN CHAT

    Over from Monaco and out for a run around Holland Park is the amazing Paula Radcliffe. With achievements including European and World champion, 3 times London marathon completer, and world record holder of 16 years Paula and Amy discuss everything from running pre, post and during pregnancy to recovering from the mental and physical pain of injury, to her relationship with running since retiring (spoiler alert - it's a good one!). We also talk about her motivations behind Families on Track and what to expect at Run fest Run this year.

    Run Fest Run - 3 day running festival

    • 34 min
    Charlie Watson - RUN CHAT

    Charlie Watson - RUN CHAT

    This week we take a riverside Jog with The Runner Bean's Charlie Watson - Qualified Dietician and Nutritionist, 12 time marathon runner, holder of the 6 star finisher medal, and Author of cook eat run. Drawing on (plenty) of personal experience Charlie chats about what inspired her running journey and what kept her going through the tough beginner battles, weight gain and marathon training and what to eat when you run to you know that you are fuelling right.

    • 36 min
    Laura Whitmore - RUN CHAT

    Laura Whitmore - RUN CHAT

    With Mick (Laura's dog) in toe, this week Amy discusses the value of maintaining a healthy routine in the midst of a very busy, jet-setting schedule, with lady of the moment, Love Island's Laura Whitmore! Between hot yoga and running, South Africa and the UK, we learn of Laura's running beginnings and fitness routines with the overarching message of "balance is key". From body confidence and being in the public eye to running with the Olympic flame, this episode is about exercise for happiness when the pressure dial is right up.

    • 33 min
    Jenni Falconer - RUN CHAT

    Jenni Falconer - RUN CHAT

    Coming in hot from the streets of central London (sorry for the honking) to keep you company on your long run this week is none other than the voice behind Smooth Radio’s The Breakfast Show, TV presenter, and fellow podcaster - Jenni Falconer. From humble starts to 3.30 finishes, Jenni talks about how to balance running with a busy schedule, staying motivated when your daily alarm is set at 2:30 am and running pre, post and during pregnancy.

    • 34 min
    Miles of Motivation: Dealing With Negative Voices

    Miles of Motivation: Dealing With Negative Voices

    What is mental performance? As runners we tend to focus on the physical, but often it's your mental strength that can make the difference. Helping us wrap our heads around that extra 1% is Andy Cohen Wray, founder of Athlete in Mind - the mental performance programs directed toward the everyday athlete and olympian alike. Andy, who’s journey began after a series of mental health and consequential health issues following PTSD from his time in the force and the death of his brother, explains some simple and effective tools to combat the running reaper and race day negativities to help find that crucial extra 1%. Rounding off season two with the perfect running cool-down is Yasmin Fattori from Yoga Yasmin, but more importantly - Amy’s mum!


    Run - 30 min
    Cool Down - 15 min


    With thanks to F45, head to www.f45training.com/wellfar for more details


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    Join Andy at https://athleteinmind.co.uk/



    Topics
    Resolutions
    Goal Setting and how to achieve it.
    Overcoming negative voices
    Visualizations
    Running to feel
    Tech
    Using your senses
    Running Mantras

    • 46 min

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