Listener Q&A: November 2022
So, who ate way too much turkey yesterday?
Gotta love Thanksgiving, am I right?
While the digestion continues, let’s dive into this month’s Q&A!
You Ask, I Answer!
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At the end of every month, I do an episode dedicated to you and your questions.
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Sometimes, the answers aren’t worth a whole lot. But every once in a while I like to think (or at least hope!) that I hit the nail on the head!
When it comes to free advice, there are no guarantees that you won’t get any more than what you paid for it.
That said, I promise to do my best!
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Let’s get into this month’s questions, shall we?
This Month’s Questions
What are your thoughts on timed events?
Hat or headband?
What’s a Thanksgiving dish that makes no sense?
That sweet potato casserole with marshmallows on top.
How should I train during the 6 weeks between marathons?
Who is the most famous celebrity you’ve interviewed who also happens to be a runner?
What is the weather in Florida typically like the first weekend in December?
I’m focusing on building my base right now. How many miles per week should I be running?
How should I adjust the speed on the treadmill for my half-mile repeats?
Any tips for training for windy conditions?
Any chance I can find a way to get into one of the Disney races last minute?
I heard on a previous episode that there was a Fat Ass in 2022. Any chance this is happening again in 2023?
Do you run on Christmas morning?
I need to shave off about 35 minutes to qualify for Berlin. Is this feasible?
Now that you live in the “Great North” have you bought any winter running gear?
How do you become a running coach?
What are some jobs in running for non-elite runners?
Did you and the family run the Turkey Trot? How’d it go?
Do you miss running in Florida or are you enjoying the cooler (cold!) weather?
What are some workouts you like for improving foot speed over shorter distances?
Don’t overthink it.
And that’s that…
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