Listener Q&A: April 2023
If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring?
The jokes don’t get better, so let’s get cracking with this month’s Q&A then, shall we?
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Let’s get into this month’s questions, shall we?
This Month’s Questions
Any explanation for why a person can hate the treadmill but enjoy the spin bike?
How long can someone stay in peak condition?
What are the rules of your 50 State challenge?
Is there a benefit to drinking pickle juice?
Have you ever considered a “Depends” sponsorship?
What are some good suggestions for preparing for a hilly trail run?
What are your safety tips for being safe while running outdoors?
Is it possible to spend too much time in Zone 1?
Do you have any tips for someone coming back to running post-partum?
What has been your experience of the Galloway method?
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How can I keep my heart rate down, especially on the hills?
Did you watch the Boston Marathon?
When should I schedule my plyometric training?
What are the best shoes for plantar fasciitis?
Can I count an upcoming 50k as my 12th marathon?
How can I get faster on my walk intervals?
Why can’t humans just do the things they know they need to do?
How do you become a morning runner?
Now that you live in GA, planning to run PeachTree?
Any advice for those coming back from a recent setback?
Do you ever eat pancakes after a long run?
Can you explain fat adaption somewhat simply?
Post-run fueling: what do you look for and what do you stay away from?
If you’re stuck on a desert island with one Disney character, who are you hanging with?
What are some reasons runners decide to stop running?
Do you think you’ll always be a running coach?
Any tips for moving on mentally after a bad race?
What are your thoughts on Goblet of Fire?
I’m more hungry on rest days. Am I the only one?
Any recommendations for treadmill purchases?
Any ways to prevent headaches after runs, especially in the summer?
How are you and the family?
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