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Verna Volker Is a Native American Working to Change the Narrative


My guest today is a proud member of the Navajo Nation as well as a proud member of the running community.

Verna Volker

She started running with a goal of losing weight but has gained so much more in the process.

I will go a few easy miles with Verna Volker as she shares with me how she hopes to inspire other Native women to get into the sport she loves.

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QT: One Year of Heart Rate Training; Good, Bad, and Ugly


My oh my!

Has it already been a year that I’ve been doing this whole heart rate training thing?

Time sure flies when you’re running slow!

Time Flies False

Ok, so maybe time doesn’t fly.

But it is hard to believe that it’s been a full year since I completely overhauled my diet and training philosophy for a year-long experiment.

The results? We will get to those in a moment. Read more

Jeff MacBane Finds Knowledge In Every Running High and Low


My guest on the show today is Jeff MacBane.

Jeff MacBane

We will cover a lot today including our love for running and all things Michigan.

Jeff and I will go a few easy miles as we cover those topics and more.

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Lisa Braden is Educating Athletes on the Importance of Optimal Fueling


Registered Dietician and runner Lisa Braden will be joining me on the show today.

Lisa Braden

In most running circles a large number of questions are centered around diet.

We will attempt to answer questions regarding race day nutrition and many more as I go a few easy miles with Lisa.

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QT: Is Intermittent Fasting Ok for Distance Runners


I’ve talked about intermittent fasting here and there over the past few years, but I’ve not done a post specific to the topic until today.

A friend on IG reached out the other day, asking about my experience with intermittent fasting and distance running, so I thought it might be worth exploring a bit today.

To be clear, I’m not going to get too deep into the science of intermittent fasting today.

I’ve done enough research to be dangerous, but not certainly not enough to be an expert on the topic.

Instead, I’m mostly just going to focus on my experience with the practice and why I see no reason to change my way of eating anytime soon. Read more