In this episode, Ian Sharman, professional ultra runner, running coach, race director, and writer, discusses how to race and recover from 100 miles. Ian provides insight on training for ultra marathons, from his advocacy of the hard/easy training philosophy to advice for those looking to complete their first ultra.
In this episode, Dan Walters, personal running coach and founder of DW Running, discusses a holistic approach to running. Dan reflects on the impact that his father, Dave Walters, accomplished runner and Olympic Trials qualifier, had on his early love of running. He recounts how a running injury in college eventually led him to pursue running coaching. Dan explains his holistic philosophy on running training, that includes nutrition, rest, life stress, and mental focus.
In this episode, Tyler Andrews, professional runner for Hoka One One and co-director of Strive Trips, explores the path of long term gratification in running. Tyler explains how his unique mindset of improving relative to himself has allowed him to progress from an 18:28 5K runner in high school to an elite 2:16 marathon runner. Tyler offers his perspective on the relationship between creativity and running.
In this episode, Renee and Austin Baillie, runners and co-founders of Recharge Sport, discuss the importance of athletic recovery for athletes of all levels. Renee is a professional marathoner and Austin is an accomplished runner and massage therapist. They explain their running backgrounds, from recounting their first races to the lessons they learned from Mark Wetmore, their coach at the University of Colorado.
In this episode, Jay Dicharry, expert in biomechanical analysis, physical therapist, and director of the REP Lab, explores what it means to develop your inner athlete so that you can perform at your best, stay uninjured, and live your healthiest life. Jay explains how he became interested in the art of running injury-free: from his technique-driven background as a competitive swimmer to being an injury-prone high school cross country runner.
In this episode, Joanna Murphy, professional runner, explores what it means to own your journey from her unorthodox running and life experiences. Joanna reflects on being homeschooled on her family’s Christmas tree farm in Washington State. She recounts her high school running experience from joining the team as a sophomore to winning the Washington State Championship in the 800m. Joanna discusses the highs and lows of her college career from battling numerous injuries to becoming an All-American in the 3000m Steeplechase.