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Menachem Brodie May Not Run Much But He Knows What Runners Need


My guest on the show today isn’t much of a runner, but his experience as an international cycling and triathlon coach makes him a knowledgeable source on the value of strength training.

Menachem Brodie

In addition to coaching, he’s also been featured in a variety of publications, a fellow CSCS (certified strength conditioning specialist), and recently launched his own podcast.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Menachem Brodie today.

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Nate Loman Will Try Any Combination Of Sports At Least Once


My guest on the show today is a guy that is pretty much all in on all things endurance.

He has competed in events that I didn’t even know existed.

Nate Loman

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Nate Loman and learning a thing or two.  Read more

Scott Frasard Is Helping Animals One Virtual Race At A Time


My guest today is someone that isn’t afraid of setting a big goal and then putting in the work required to be successful.

He has an extensive running resume and yet his goals extend beyond that.

Scott Frasard

I’m looking forward to a few easy miles with Scott Frasard, the founder of Furever Home Running.

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Jay Nevans is Experienced in the Art of Race Directing and Timing


My guest today is a race director of a large marathon, co-owns an event timing company, and has participated in multiple races and sports.

Jay Nevans Hard at Work During the 7 Bridges Marathon

It’s fair to say he knows the ins and outs of putting on a good event.

I will go a few easy miles with Jay Nevans as we dive into the multi-faceted world of multi-sports and planning races.

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Dane Rauschenberg has Done His Research on the Best Races Around


Today I am going a few easy miles with Dane Rauschenberg.

Dane Rauschenberg

We first spoke three years ago and this will be his third time on the show.

A lot has happened since we last spoke including the publication of his most recent book.

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