Eric Wilden Discovered How Meditation and Running Can Work Together

My guest on the show today has been studying Buddhist meditation for over 30 years and has been running for close to 20.

Blending these two disciplines has helped him to achieve many of his running goals over the years.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Eric Wilden.

Eric Wilden

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QT: How Valuable is an Improvement of One Percent, Really?

If you’re like most runners, and probably most people in general, patience isn’t your strongest suit.

If you have big goals, you know it’s going to take some hard work over time in order to reach your goals.

But if you’re anything like me, you like to see some big chunks of progress on occasion to confirm that you’re on the right path.

While we know that one percent of improvement is still an improvement, it’s easy to overlook that small amount of growth as trivial.

Over time, however, a one percent improvement can be huge! Read more

MK Fleming Is In The Business Of Protecting Fitness

Today’s guest is a fellow running coach that is pretty much everywhere, from podcasts to live streaming, and social media.

She is always looking for new ways to help her athletes and her followers get the most out of themselves and their running.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with MK Fleming.

MK Fleming

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Tyler Christensen Took Control Of His Life Through Running

My guest today went from being unable to run a mile to running a marathon in a year and lost some serious weight in the process.

He now has goals that he didn’t think were possible a year ago and now he is excited to see what he is capable of.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Tyler Christensen.

Tyler Christensen

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QT: Overcome Insanity by Working Smarter Instead of Harder

I think most of us have heard the saying that the definition of insanity is to continue to do the same thing while expecting to see different results.

When something is working, obviously you want to stick with it.

As I’ve talked about before, in running consistency really is key.

But when what you’re doing isn’t bringing you the results you are seeking?

More often than not, more of the same isn’t the answer.

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