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Nick Gornick Built His Life Around the Sport He Loves


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My guest today is a physical therapist and a running coach that I first connected with over social media.

Our conversation will cover all things running and why half-marathon times aren’t necessarily great predictors of marathon times.

I look forward to going a few easy miles with Nick Gornick today!

Nick Gornick

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QT: Overall Trends are Fine, but Remember that N=1

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I hadn’t planned on doing some sort of scientific research series, but here we are.

After listening to the last couple of episodes, it just didn’t feel quite like I got the point across that I ultimately wanted to.

And maybe that says something about the complexity of taking scientific research and applying it to your specific situation.

With a little luck, maybe I’ll make my point clear today.

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QT: Questionable Causation Doesn’t Disprove Correlation

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We all know that correlation doesn’t prove causation, right?

Recently, I started thinking about this saying but in reverse.

Does a lack of direct causation disprove any and all correlation?

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Suzy Goodwin Has an Ever-Evolving Relationship with Running


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Today’s guest is a lady who is a massive ambassador for the sport of running.

One topic that we have to discuss is the Guinness World Record she set back in 2016.

I look forward to going a few easy miles with Suzy Goodwin today!

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QT: Running Science Isn’t Always Black and White

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Buckle up, buttercup.

This one could get a little crazy.

I promise I’m not trying to stir up a hornet’s nest just for the sake of causing chaos.

That said, consider yourself warned. Read more