Listener Q&A: May 2022

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If April showers bring May flowers, what do May flowers bring?

Pilgrims, obvi.

Duh

I don’t really do the dad joke thing, but this one has been in my repertoire for something like 35 years.

Anyway, before I subject you to any other terrible comedy material, let’s do some Q&A! Read more

Jill And Dave Henry Co-Authored The Greatest College Health Guide


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Today’s guests are a husband and wife duo of runners, coaches, and authors.

I’m looking forward to diving into the different perspectives of their story in our chat today.

I’m excited to welcome Jill and Dave Henry on the show today as we go a few easy miles.

Jill And Dave Henry

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The Summer Heat is Intense!

QT: Running Intelligently in the Summer Heat (Best Of-ish)

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This post was originally part of Episode 268 released in June of 2016 and is more or less copied and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.

Running in the summer heat and humidity is one of those things that you’re not sure whether to love or hate.

On one hand, there are physiological benefits to pushing yourself during the hottest months of the year.

On the other hand, it kind of sucks.

The Summer Heat is Intense!

Depending on what your fall racing plans look like, logging some serious miles in the summer heat may not be optional if you want to be ready for your race. Read more

Bryan Greenberg Learned To Embrace The Heat, Hills, and Humidity


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My guest today is someone that I’ve chatted with a bit on social media over the years.

I’m looking forward to diving a bit deeper into his story today.

So without further ado, I’m looking forward to going a few easy miles with Bryan Greenberg!

Bryan Greenberg

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QT Book Review: Ready to Run and Becoming a Supple Leopard

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I’m a sucker for a good book.

Pretty much always have been, if I’m honest.

I recently pulled the trigger on a couple of books I’d been thinking about buying for a while.

And, not surprisingly, I wish I would have bought them sooner. Read more