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Eddie Robbins Overhauled His Health And The Results Surprised Him


Today’s guest is someone that I’ve been following on Twitter for a while now and his tweets were evidence that I had to invite him on the show.

He recently traveled to Alaska to run a race which brings him one step closer to running in all 50 states.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Eddie Robbins and hear all about his running adventures across the United States.

Eddie Robbins

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Cory Robinson Learned To Never Say Never When It Comes To Running


Today’s guest is relatively new to running, but he has found the sport to be beneficial for his mind, body, and soul in that short time.

He has also found a way to turn running into a bit of a family affair, even for those that aren’t runners!

I am looking forward to covering those topics and many more as I go a few easy miles with Cory Robinson today!

Cory Robionson

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Huh?

QT: Planning Workouts During Races is a Key to Doing All the Races (Best Of-ish)


This post was originally part of Episode 451 released in August of 2017 and is more or less copy and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.

In last week’s quick tip, I talked about the possibility of running too many races.

Some runners are all in on one side of this debate or the other, but there is another option that is available.

What if you do some of your workouts during races?

Huh?

Don’t worry, I’ll explain. Read more

QT: Strategically Planning for a Return to Racing in 2021


What a difference a year makes, eh?

This time last year, the thought of races being virtually eliminated for the next 12 months was laughable.

This year? It’s been a year (or more) since many of us have raced and it’s still uncertain exactly when we will be able to confidently plan for a return to racing.

Will this be the year that races are happening again?

I know quite a few people that are chomping at the bit to get back to racing.

If that’s you, I’d encourage you to spend some time now thinking about how you’re going to dive back into races when it’s go time. Read more

QT: How to Stay Consistent When the Race Calendar is Empty


In my view, there are few things more valuable for us as runners than to stay consistent with our training.

Sure, other things matter in helping you make progress toward your goals.

But if you’re not regularly getting your miles in it’s hard to realize the growth you are looking for.

One way that many runners are motivated to stay consistent is by always having a race or few on their calendar.

But what happens when the race calendar is more barren than usual? Say, during a global pandemic? Read more