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QT There is No Good Reason to Stop Your Watch Mid-Run (Best Of-ish)


This post was originally part of Episode 430 released in June of 2017 and is more or less copy and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.

When you’re on a training run, do you stop your watch when you get a drink, use the bathroom, or stop running for any number of other reasons?

If you do, I have one question for you:

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Ches Hutchinson Is Running For A Cause And Breaking PR’s On The Way


Today’s guest is someone that has seen his hard work and consistency really pay off over the last few years, knocking almost an hour off of his marathon times between 2017 and 2019.

But even more impressive is the amount of money he has raised in support of the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

This conversation is long overdue and I’m excited to go a few easy miles with Ches Hutchinson.

Ches Hutchinson

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QT: Head for the Hills with a Variety of Hill Workouts


When you think about doing hill workouts, what image comes to mind?

If you’re like a lot of runners, hill repeats are the end all be all.

Now, I’m not saying hill repeats are bad.

They’re not.

But what I am saying is that if the only hill workout you find yourself doing is a sprint up and recovery back down, you’re missing out. Read more

Phil Pinti Found When Life Hands Him The Unimaginable He Finds A Way


My guest today has experienced more hardships in life than most people his age.

He lost his wife at the age of 33 to cancer and since then he has been raising two young kids on his own.

I am looking forward to an easy run with Phil Pinti to find out how running has helped him adjust to a new normal.

Phil Pinti

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QT: A Look at Salt and Why More Might Be Better


How much do you know about the role that salt plays in your running?

The fact of the matter is that salt is vital for us not just as runners but also as humans.

So today I want to talk a bit more about salt, why it’s important, and maybe debunk a few misconceptions that you might have when it comes to salt consumption, specifically for us as runners. Read more