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Sid Garza Hillman Shares Why Ultra Running is for Normal People

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My guest today is someone that has been in the running world from various angles over the years.

His most recent book, Ultra Running for Normal People, shares stories and lessons learned on the trails both as a runner and a race director.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles today with Sid Garza Hillman.

Sid Garza Hillman

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QT: Digging Into the Basics of Heart Rate Training

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On the surface, the basics of heart rate training are pretty simple.

Keep your heart rate below a certain level, or within a certain zone, during your runs.

Understanding heart rate training, and especially wrapping your head around how running easier/slower most of the time is perhaps the best thing you can do to go faster on race day, is a bit less straightforward.

However you feel about heart rate training, understanding why it’s effective can help you move forward as a runner. Read more

Duane Scotti is Breaking the Injury Cycle with a Realistic Approach

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My guest today is on for round two and we have a lot to catch up on since our first chat.

He is a physical therapist (PT), run coach, podcaster, dad, and husband.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Duane Scotti today.

Duane Scotti

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Dustin Riedesel Approaches Life as an Amateur Event


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Today’s guest battled both addiction and cancer and is a father, husband, podcaster, author, and runner.

There will be no shortage of topics to cover during our conversation.

I look forward to going a few easy miles today with Dustin Riedesel.

Dustin Riedesel

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Jason Schuchard Lives By the Motto, By Runners, For Runners


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My guest today is the director of marketing and partnerships for the BMW Dallas Marathon Festival.

Running has infiltrated nearly every aspect of his life at this point.

I am looking forward to getting to know Jason Schuchard as we go a few easy miles today.

Jason Schuchard

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