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Floris Gierman Turned His Love For All Things Running Into A Career


Today’s guest is someone that I am really looking forward to talking to because I know that I’ll learn quite a bit in our chat today.

He’s a running coach, podcaster,  part-owner of the running apparel company PATH projects, along with his most important titles of husband and father.

I am looking forward to trying to keep up with Floris Gierman as we go a few easy miles today.

Floris Gierman

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Aye, aye Captain!

QT: Running on Vacation When You’re Not Runcationing (Best Of-ish)

This post was originally part of Episode 289 released in July of 2016 and is more or less copy and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.


Today I’m boarding an airplane with junior and flying to Michigan to see some family and attempt to escape the endless annual heatwave in Florida known as May thru October.

Peace Out Y'all

Peace Out Y’all

One of the things I’m looking forward to most, especially if I can get a break from the weather, is getting in a few runs in my old stomping grounds.

I really am looking forward to logging some miles in Manistee over the next 8 days, but running on vacation poses some unique challenges that have to be dealt with. Read more

Pete Coser Connects With His Native American Heritage Through Running


According to his Twitter bio, today’s guest is the kind of guy that runs 26.2 miles for fun, which means he should fit in pretty well around here.

One of the many topics we will cover today is the two marathons he will be running just a few weeks apart.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Pete Coser.

Pete Coser

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QT: Reflecting on a Long-Term Commitment to Heart-Rate Training


A couple of weeks ago, I had someone ask me on social media if I had done any episodes I had done about my experience with heart rate training.

I knew I had done a couple, but also knew it had been a minute since I’d done one.

Turns out, it had been a few minutes…

I know I’ve talked about MAF/heart rate training several times in the last couple of years, but it’s been two and half years since I’ve done a focused episode on my experience with my commitment to heart-rate training.

Seems like we are overdue then, eh? Read more