#445 – Finding Your Groove
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What puts our mind and body in a groove? Today we explore our own recent experiences with finding the zone. We look at the challenges of holding back. The goal of simply feeling good and how that seems to take care of the rest. The challenges of replacing bad habits with good ones and the easiest way to do it. We look at finding daily wins, beating short term cravings, and getting rid of forced expectations.  

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Today's Topics:

  • Ups and downs of training
  • How does it click?
  • How the podcast is like training
  • Geting in a Zone
  • Turning Inward first
  • What feeling in shape means
  • Being in the Zone, but only 1 and 2
  • Without a race on the calendar
  • Swinging at piñatas 
  • Getting the ball rolling
  • When nothing can stop you
  • Feeling Good is the Goal
  • Appropriately challenging
  • Finding the easiest win today
  • Laughter as medicine
  • Mike and Robbie’s allegiance to sports . . . 
  • Moving goal posts 
  • We are what we expose ourselves to
  • Embrace YOUR TRUTH
  • It’s okay not to race
  • Don’t be someone else’s training plan
  • Forced expectations 
  • The subtle creep of good habits
  • Drinking water instead of eating sugar

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The Greg Bennett Show
The Greg Bennett Show
Greg Bennett
Craig Alexander joins Greg to discuss Triathlon and how the sport has evolved over 40 years
Craig Alexander (Crowie) was Greg's very first guest on The Greg Bennett Show well over a year ago. He’s been a good mate of Greg's for 25 plus years. They’ve logged thousands of miles together in training and they’ve had some fun battles in races around the world. Greg has taken enormous pleasure in watching his incredible success over the years - his 5 world titles and his relentless pursuit and perseverance to become the champion he is. They’ve done 5-hour rides and there’s rarely a moment of silence between them. They’ve shared coffee’s and beers, and plenty of laughs. Greg's not sure he can think of a better man to have a long conversation about anything and everything. This is simply two mates sharing some stories, their thoughts on the world of Triathlon and how it’s changed over 30+ years, and some off-topic random discussion as well. In this episode, Craig and Greg discuss the early years at Balmoral Triathlon club in Sydney and how they use to sleep in their cars before races and wait for the barrel draws to win meat packs, and how they always worked jobs to simply try to stay afloat to get o the next race. Greg and Craig discuss who is the greatest Triathlete of all time. How races have changed and how equipment changes have impacted the sport.   Discount Codes and Deals   Athletic Greens - a FREE year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase by visiting athleticgreens.com/greg Hyperice - get an additional 10% off with code GREG10 at hyperice.com FormSwim Goggles - formswim.com/greg for $15 off - The coupon will be automatically added to the cart. Or use code GREG15 at checkout. Vital Choice - https://www.vitalchoice.com/ use promo code: 1welllbalanced5 at checkout
1 hr 39 min
Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running
Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running
RunnersConnect : Running Coaching Community
Capturing Speed: Nike Photographer Cortney White
Even if you’ve never heard of Cortney White, you’ve probably seen her pictures. Cortney is one of the few female professional photographers snapping shots of elite runners at sporting events. What’s even more impressive is she is 100% self-taught. How good is she? Her photography is all over the internet and she works with Nike’s elite training group in Portland, Oregon, the Bowerman Track Club. Cortney also lives in a van full time, previously used running as a means of staying fit for all her other athletic endeavors, and has had to combat a serious medical condition affecting her legs called compartment syndrome. Cortney shares her interesting story with Coach Claire starting with her enjoyment of trail running in college while she studied business and IT, and how surgery on her legs resulted in a move to Portland and a “regular” job at a large accounting firm with running pushed to the back burner. Cortney quickly realized she wanted to switch careers and seized an opportunity to work at a startup where she fell into the role of photographer for the brand. Without any career aspirations or professional knowledge, Cortney photographed some friends and others in the Portland running community and fell in love with photography. Within a few months, she was able to quit her job and combine both passions by doing full-time sports photography, including work with the Bowerman Track Club. She quickly fell back into the running community, but this time from behind a lens. Along with her personal story, Cortney talks about which athletes love to get their picture taken, who doesn’t, and how to get that perfect running picture, which makes for a fun and fascinating episode! Questions Cortney is asked: 2:31 I first learned about your work on Instagram. I follow a lot of professional athletes and I noticed that your name kept coming up in t photo credits. How did you start photographing runners at the elite level? 3:30 Are you completely self-taught? You just sort of accidentally became a pro photographer? 4:15 When you knew this was going to be more than just a hobby, did you just like fall down the rabbit hole, just obsessed and learned everything you could? Is that how it happened? 5:16 Why running? You were a runner yourself, right? 6:31 I read that you had an injury that forced you to stop running. Can you talk to us a little bit about that? 8:34 You film the best athletes in the world and yet you can’t participate in this sport itself. You seem to have a good attitude about it but didn’t that just crush you? 9:42 How’s your injured hand now? 10:23 What is it like shooting the Bowerman Track Club? Can you talk about what the logistics are like shooting athletes on the track? 13:16 Who on the Bowerman Track Club loves getting their picture taken and who doesn’t? Can you name some names? 14:06 Every runner knows this. It’s really tough to look great when you’re running really, really hard and you’re working hard. So I would love to hear your tips, both as a photographer and as a runner, how do you look good in running photographs? How? 16:16 I recall a lot of pictures that I’ve seen you take where you must be somewhere at like the 300m line, like the inside of the curve or something, and you have the trees in the background, and all the Bowerman babes are like all in flight at the same time. Their trailing leg is just back at… like they’re floating in air. And I’m just like, how does she do that? 16:55 How staged are some of your shots outside of the track? You do photo shoots with the athletes too, right? Walk me through some of those. What are those like? 18:39 I’m sure it’s interesting to see the athletes kind of out of their element when you’re doing photo shoots. 19:41 Let’s talk about how things have changed. Obviously 2020 with COVID and the race scene was extremely different last year. The Bowerman Track Club along with other professional groups put on races that were very secretive, very last minute. Can you talk about this scene there with some of those races that they put on? What was it like and how was it different from the previous year? 22:16 You’re the one that’s documenting this craziness that we’re going through. Pictures of their coach Shalane Flanagan wearing a mask, hugging the women at the end. These are pictures that are only going to be during this special, crazy period of time. They’re going to be iconic. Have you thought about that? 24:11 What is your favorite part of the job? What do you look forward to the most when you wake up every day? 25:06 One interesting thing about you is that you live in your van full time. How did that happen and what do you love about van life? 28:12 You’re doing all your editing and everything in the back of the van? Is that how you do it? 29:50 What's next for you? Questions I ask everyone: 31:17 If you could go back and talk to yourself when you started running, what advice would you give? 32:40 What is the greatest gift running has given you? 33:01 Where can listeners connect with you? Quotes by Cortney: “I absolutely love shooting runners. I love the stories and how it is such like an individual sport but then you apply it to this team aspect. I didn’t mean to end up in this but I’m so glad I did.” “I actually prefer more of like the documentary event style photos because I love capturing real things that are happening, but of course, you’re going to have to, especially when it comes to product, or if an athlete just want some portraits for something, or if it’s for a different brand, you will have those staged photos.” “I pretty much only shoot with natural light. I don’t do lighting setups or any of that. I really like it to feel as natural as possible.” “It’s interesting to be living through this and thinking that in several years, we’re going to look back on this and these moments and realize that this was all a part of history.” Take a Listen on Your Next Run Leave a space for libsyn link Want more awesome interviews and advice? Subscribe to our iTunes channel Mentioned in this podcast: Portfolio - Cortney White Bowerman Track Club (bowermantc.com) PWURE: Data-based Sports Nutrition Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page RunnersConnect Focus Classes email Coach Claire Follow Cortney on: Instagram We really hope you’ve enjoyed this episode of Run to the Top. The best way you can show your support of the show is to share this podcast with your family and friends and share it on your Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media channel you use. The more people who know about the podcast and download the episodes, the more I can reach out to and get top running influencers, to bring them on and share their advice, which hopefully makes the show even more enjoyable for you!
36 min
A Runner’s Life
A Runner’s Life
Marcus Brown
#77 - Haroon Mota on growing through adversity and being of service in the community
This conversation is with Haroon Mota, who is an adventure and thrill seeking fundraising expert heading Penny Appeal’s Challenge Events Programme. Haroon champions humanitarian projects by setting himself ambitious fundraising challenges; running multi marathons and climbing mountains, raising millions of pounds for charity and inspiring so many to follow in his footsteps. Haroon has a strong passion increasing diversity and inclusion in outdoor fitness. Through his fundraising endeavours and personal challenges he hopes to inspire more ethnic minority communities to get active outdoors. Haroon's most recent achievements include running 260km in Ramadan whilst fasting, raising over £50,000 for charity. When lockdown is over, he hopes to fulfil his goal of a 6 star world marathon major finish and also has his eyes set on a trek of K2 Basecamp in Pakistan next year. We dive into how he started running and his experiences of overcoming adversity and showing us his side of a runner’s life. You can follow him on Instagram @haroonmota ————————————————————— This episode is sponsored by Tracksmith, a brand which actively represents and supports the development of a runner’s life in the running community. Tracksmith is offering new customers $15 off your first purchase of $75 or more. To learn more, check out this link http://tracksmith.com/Marcus15 Use the code Marcus15 at checkout. ————————————————————— If you value the content I deliver, please consider becoming a supporter of my podcast by donating via my patreon page. This helps me provide quality content. https://www.patreon.com/ARunnersLife --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marcus-brown9/support
1 hr 11 min
Inside Running Podcast
Inside Running Podcast
TMYT Network
173: Michael Crawley
173: Michael Crawley This weeks episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly brought to you by New Balance. You can join New Balance's 10K Strava Challenge via strava.com or the Strava app. Brad’s cruises through his Deek’s Quarters as his sub-15 Maccas campaign hangs in the balance. Julian reveals the fate of his Australian World Championships singlets and nearly clocks 100 miles. Brady struggles through his Deek’s Quarters as his IRP 5000m record hangs in the balance. There's debate over Oliver Hoare and other athletes based in the USA, whether their performances are enough to warrant Olympic selection without the need to compete in Nationals Championships. The Guardian Eliud Kipchoge to line up where it all began for the NN Mission Marathon in Hamburg, Sunday 11th April 2021. https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/eliud-kipchoge-targets-hamburg-marathon-for-final-pre-olympic-outing/ Jake Spencer takes out 1500m in first weekend of Victorian Track & Field Championships Aths Victoria Results Hub Bowerman Track Club host speedy 10K featuring Marc Scott of the UK running 27:10. Runners World Listener Question track clubs popping up everywhere and the viability of the boys heading up for Gold Coast Marathon. Moose preaches the patience required to truly get marathon training sessions right and then the boys close with their predictions for this weekend’s Run The Bridge in Hobart. Michael Crawley, author of Out Of Thin Air and Assistant Professor Durham University joins Brady, starting with an insight on the current state of lockdown in England and then sharing the parallels between in him in Brady in his personal bests, including a sub-2:20 at Manchester Marathon that was declared invalid before going on to set his personal best running with the elite women. Michael then chats about how he got into running with his dad and meeting his childhood coach who would inspire him on to write the blog Acceptable in the Eighties and train as they did in his coach’s day, replicating the training in his diaries for his half marathon personal best and training for London Marathon to qualify for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. After a break and some life experience Michael shares the inspiration to begin his research project and write the book, detailing his time in Ethiopia and learning the Amharic language and getting used to the specific customs and training principles around the running lifestyle. He discusses the pace of training runs, the role that technology has, the elusiveness of revered figures like Haile Gebrselassie and Keninisa Bekele as well as writing for runners and how to bridge connectivity between Ethiopian athletes and the public with better cultural understanding then closing the chat with who inspires him, the accessibility of shoes in Ethiopia and what’s ahead for him personally. You can follow Michael on Twitter @mphcrawley and purchase Out Of Thin Air via your preferred book retailer.
2 hr 56 min
Bad Boy Running
Bad Boy Running
Jody Raynsford & David Hellard
Ep 254 - Laz Lake on Big's Backyard Ultra and virtual races
Laz is back and this time he's talking Big's Backyard and virtual races... something we didn't think we'd be speaking with Laz about a year ago! It's been a while since Jody and David spoke to Laz (aka Gary Cantrell) about the Barkley Marathons (if you've not listened, we suggest going back and listening to this first) and since then we'd had the National Running Show where Laz was star of the show and a global pandemic. As a result, Laz's usual roster of races hasn't gone ahead... but that has helped explode the popularity of the Big's Backyard race format and another huge virtual race run by Laz - The Great Virtual Race Across Tennessee. Jody and David discuss these with Laz. Laz also gives his view on the controversy surrounding the banning of BLM and political posts in the Facebook group. Oh, and a bit of a disclaimer - there was a bad lag which made it difficult for the conversation to flow as freely as intended. Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode please SUBSCRIBE to get every episode delivered to you before everyone else. Join the conversation! Suggest future guests, wallow in your malaise or offer your unsolicited opinion on running issues or anything else over at the Bad Boy Running Podcast Facebook group, here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/badboyrunning Send us your feedback and comments at letters@badboyrunning.com. Join the Bad Boy Running Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/badboyrunning Visit the Bad Boy Running store for merchandise: https://store.badboyrunning.com Join the Bad Boy Running Club here: https://club.badboyrunning.com *Follow Bad Boy Running on social media:*  Website: https://www.badboyrunning.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BadBoyRunning Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/badboyrunningpodcast...  Twitter: https://twitter.com/badboyrunning Youtube:
2 hr 29 min
The Strength Running Podcast
The Strength Running Podcast
Jason Fitzgerald
179. Dr. Caitlin Alexander on Long-Term Injuries, Self-Treatment, and Disrupted Motor Patterns
Dr. Caitlin Alexander is a physical therapist at Build Sports Performance Lab & Physical Therapy in Boulder, Colorado with a certification in Applied Functional Science. She's a certified triathlon coach, running coach, and has experience working with elite-level athletes. She's also an incredible athlete herself! Caitlin has qualified for the Kona World Ironman Championships and is a category 3 cyclist. In our conversation today, we’re talking about what happens when you have an injury for a very long time. You see, our movement patterns live in our brain. Your brain is what controls how you run and if your brain learns over time to compensate for an injury, you’ll develop all new movement patterns - and they won’t be ideal. Finally, Caitlin and I discuss: * the origins of disrupted motor patterns * how these movement patterns become ingrained in our brain * the process required to relearn optimal movement patterns * fun Q&A! Resources & Links: * Follow Caitlin on Instagram * Mobility training for runners * Dynamic warm up exercises * Jay Dicharry on injury-free running * Injury prevention email course Thank you Elemental Labs A big thanks to Elemental Labs for their support of this episode! They make electrolyte drinks for athletes and low-carb folks with no sugar, artificial ingredients, or colors. They're also offering free product: just pay for shipping and you can get their sample pack including 8 packets of citrus, raspberry, unflavored, and orange salt varieties. Elemental Labs' products have some of the highest sodium concentrations that you can find. Anybody who runs a lot knows that sodium, as well as other electrolytes like magnesium and potassium, are essential to our performance and how we feel throughout the day. The citrus flavor has quickly become my favorite and I’m drinking one a day now to help me get enough fluids in our dry Colorado air. It’s tasty and delicious and I find that I’m not peeing every 45 minutes throughout the day, which might be an indication I wasn’t eating enough sodium. There’s now mounting evidence that higher sodium intake levels are not unhealthy – and athletes need substantially more than your typical sedentary person. Of course, ask your doctor if you’re worried. But for those athletes running outside in the heat, an electrolyte replacement makes a lot of sense. I’m encouraged by the fact that Navy SEAL teams, Olympic teams, and pro athletes have started using Elemental electrolyte supplements to improve their performance. Learn more about what they do at their website (and don't forget to get your free sample pack!).
54 min
the morning shakeout podcast
the morning shakeout podcast
Mario Fraioli
Episode 149 | Keith Kelly
“I don’t know where the desire to win comes from other than the desire to just feel like I’ve done my best and to know that when it’s all said and done that I can’t really have any regrets…The ability to go hard and to hurt yourself, yeah, I think some athletes have it better than others—and I would put myself, maybe I could at times, go fairly deep—and I don’t know really where that comes from. I think it’s one of those things where it was more of a desire just to know I’ve done my best, and if my best wasn’t good enough, which in many times it wasn’t, that’s OK, because then I could walk away and be like, ‘Well, that’s as good as I am.’ And I think knowing that can give any athlete a little sense of peace or a sense of calm.” Keith Kelly and I go back 20 years to when we were both competing on the New England collegiate racing scene. He was an NCAA Division I national Cross Country champion at Providence College and I…well, I participated in some of the same events that he did from much further back in the field. We struck up a friendship a few years later when we both started working in the running industry and our paths have been criss-crossing ever since. In addition to his individual NCAA title, Keith was a 5x All American at Providence, he finished 24th in the senior men’s race at the 2001 World Cross Country championships, and he won the Irish national cross country title in 2009. When his competitive running career got cut short due to injury, he got into cycling and rose through the ranks to race as a Cat 1 within a year of putting himself in the saddle. Now 43 years old, Keith works as a Global Run Marketing manager at New Balance. In this episode, Keith talked to me about athletic career, his extensive injury history, and when he knew running was something his body could no longer tolerate. We discussed his interest in cycling, how he channeled his fitness and competitiveness into his new sport, and what he misses most about running. We also talked about how the pandemic has affected the running industry, how super shoes are changing the sport, and a lot more. This episode is brought to you by: — Goodr: Goodr sunglasses are don’t bounce, they don’t slip, they’re polarized to protect your eyes, and they come in a nice range of styles and fun colors. They’re the most affordable performance shades on the planet with most pairs costing only $25 to $35 bucks a piece. If you want to support the podcast and treat yourself to a pair of goodrs, head over to goodr.com/MARIO or enter the code MARIO at checkout for FREE shipping on your first order. — Girls on the Run has been inspiring girls to know and activate their limitless potential and boldly pursue their dreams. On Thursday, March 25 at 7 PM EST—just a few weeks from now—you are invited to join an exciting 25th Birthday virtual event celebrating the inherent power and courage of girls. Join me and RSVP today at gotr.gives/TMS. The event is free to attend, but donations can be made and special add-on packages are available for purchase such as a copy of Hoda’s newest book and a pair of GOODR sunglasses customized for Girls on the Run. Complete show notes: https://themorningshakeout.com/podcast-episode-149-with-keith-kelly/ Sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday morning: www.themorningshakeout.com/subscribe/ Support the morning shakeout on Patreon: www.patreon.com/themorningshakeout
2 hr 9 min
The Sonya Looney Show
The Sonya Looney Show
Sonya Looney: : Mindset, Plant-Based Nutrition, Performance, Mountain Bikin
How to Make Better Decisions and Routines with Robyn Conley Downs
Robyn Conley downs, author and podcast host of The Feel Good Effect believes wellness needs to be simplified into small shifts to create big changes in your mindset, behaviors and decision making. The Feel Good Effect takes Robyn's big ideas and makes them easy to execute with simple shifts. Her website, Real Food Whole Life is home to all things health and wellness and Robyn uses simple, science-backed strategies to help people cut through life’s clutter to uncover small shifts that create huge change. She believes in finding more calm, ease and joy in your life right now; and lives by her motto, gentle is the new perfect. Holding a Master’s degree in education with an emphasis in behavior change, and 4 years of public policy & health change at the doctoral level, Robyn's work taps into cutting-edge science around psychology, neuroscience, mindfulness, and habits. Recently named one of the Most Influential Women in Wellness, she helps people cut through life’s clutter to uncover small shifts that create huge change. Make sure you also check out Real Food Whole Life which is the home of the Feel Good Effect. What is Real Food Whole Life? Health and Wellness according to Robyn Conley Downs is about self-compassion, gratitude and flexibility. It's about making important decisions, how to stop beating yourself up, and how to switch from a striving mindset to a feel good mindset. "The perfection, all-or-nothing thinking, comparison path isn’t a great one, but it’s often the one we’re on. But we can start walking a different direction with self-compassion, and gratitude and flexible thinking and we can end up getting different results." -Robyn Conley Downs Topics Discussed: Real Food Whole Life (How to make better decisions and routines) * how to make sustained changed in your life * identifying thought patterns that hold you back * the problem with willpower * how to create a routine if you hate routines * how to make big decisions in life * how to stop beating yourself up * The Feel Good Challenge Listen Now about The Feel Good Effect Resources * Follow Robyn of Real Food Whole Life on instagram * Buy the book: The Feel Good Effect * Check out The Feel Good Effect Podcast * Listen to my short podcast on boosting willpower * Check out The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin Thanks to our Podcast Sponsor: Easy to follow Mobility & Stretching for Cyclists You know you should be stretching or doing some strength work as a cyclist, but you just can't get started. Maybe you're overwhelmed with too many options. Maybe you want to start but don't know what's best for cyclists. Well, Dynamic Cyclist has you covered with foam rolling routines, strength training, and even injury rehab programs that are simple, effici ent, and easy to follow. Dynamic Cyclist Coupon Code: LOONEY15 Start Your FREE Day Trial + Enjoy 15% Off a Subscription!
57 min
LetsRun.com's Track Talk
LetsRun.com's Track Talk
LetsRun.com
Guest Ben True, Superman Grant Holloway Gets His First World Record
Grant Holloway break the 60m world record just prior to the podcast and we discuss his greatness, the fast times at the 10,000 in California, Katelyn Tuohy's collegiate debut, the stacked women's field in the 10,000m at the US Olympic Trials, and are joined at 62:49 by Ben True. True discusses his 27:14 10,000m pb, trying to make the US Olympic team, being unsponsored, paying a guy $20,000 a year to workout with him and super shoes. Become a LetsRun.com Insider. Join our Supporters Club today. https://www.letsrun.com/subscribe Get exclusive discounts (20% off running shoes right now), a private forum, and private podcasts. The Friday Fifteen (weekend preview) is the latest in Supporters Club content. We want your feedback on the pod and the new design on LetsRun.com. Email podcast@letsrun.com or call 1-844-LETSRUN and hit option 7 to leave a private voicemail * Show notes: * 3:50 Grant Holloway 7.29 World Record * 10:52 Rest of Madrid: * 15:08 Super Spikes. Do times matter anymore? * 24:35 The 10: Marc Scott, Elise Cranny and Bowerman TC, King Ches DNF * 32:14 Max Siegel * 36:16 Kiernan Tuntivate Dreams Become Reality * 46:44 Does Molly Huddle not make the women's 10,000m team? * 57:05 Katelyn Tuohy collegiate debut * 60:49 Good covid news on fans in stands * 62:49 Ben True Interview Support LetsRun.com's Track Talk by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/letsrun Find out more at http://podcast.letsrun.com Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/letsrun/ce060667-9053-4ec5-94e8-a54a7fbc1403
1 hr 56 min
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