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Brian Walker Has Realized The Value In Training His Brain


Over the course of a year, I have a goal to interview as many listeners of the show as possible.

It made sense to start with the man that may be the person that is ultimately responsible for the whole idea.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Brain Walker while diving a little deeper into his story.

Brian Walker

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Ryan James Cloke Has Come Full-Circle With His Running


My guest today is someone I used to work with and have gotten to know quite well over the years.

During our time working together, he went through some pretty big ups and downs in his running life.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Ryan James Cloke today.

Ryan James Cloke

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Michaela Young Has Embraced Being An Imperfect Runner


My guest on the show today is Michaela Young, someone I first connected with via social media a couple of years ago.

Michaela is hooked on all things running and is her happiest when she’s out on the trails.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Michaela Young and diving deeper into her running story.

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Lindsay Wasserman Has Simple Advice: Set Your Body Up For Success


My guest today is someone I would refer to as a “dual-threat.” She is both a runner and a physical therapist that works primarily with runners.

Needless to say, at some point, we will be talking about one of my favorite topics: running injuries.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles today with Lindsay Wasserman.

Lindsay Wasserman

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Brittany What?

QT: Your Longest Run Isn’t the End All/Be All When Training for a Race


“How long should my longest long run be before my race?”

This is a question that I see quite a bit on social media, and at least occasionally from the runners that I coach.

Can I be honest for a minute?

Of Course

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