In this episode we discuss Nate Jenkins, professional runner and math teacher’s running background, from how he began running to his transition to professional running. Nate recounts the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon where he ran 2:14, placing seventh and ahead of Olympic silver medalist Meb Keflezighi. Nate discusses his journey with injuries and how yoga has helped him stay injury-free. Lastly, Nate shares what races are ahead for 2014.
In this episode, Ryan DeBell, CrossFit athlete, chiropractic doctor, director of Pacific Sports and Spine, and founder of the Movement Fix, discusses his athletics background and how he was first introduced to CrossFit. Ryan shares his thoughts on CrossFit, from the difference between training and competing to what injuries are most common among CrossFit athletes. Ryan discusses he Paleo diet and his relationship with it. Lastly, Ryan reveals whats ahead for 2014 and advice for those interested in trying CrossFit.
In this episode we discuss how musculoskeletal therapist and accomplished runner Phil Wharton overcame scoliosis using the Wharton system, myths on stretching as he explains active isolated flexibility, key advice for runners, and the inside scoop on why he thinks Kenyan runners are so successful.
In this episode, we discuss how Coach Roy Benson found running, his journey into coaching, his philosophy on what makes an exceptional runner, and some of his proudest moments as a coach.