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QT: Maintaining Flexibility in Your Running is Often a Necessity (Best Of-ish)

Usually, the post for the “Best Of-ish” Episodes is simply copied/pasted from the original post and I embed the new audio file here. When I first broached this topic back in October of 2015, my post writing wasn’t as “developed” as it is now. So this is the old post with a few new bits added in as well…


I’ve talked a lot about the need for runners to work on improving their flexibility.

As a whole, we are incredibly inflexible.

Bad Running Habits: The Pre-Run Static Stretch

But as it turns out, our inflexibility often relates to more than just our hamstrings, calves, and hip flexors. Read more

Rob Jones Stripped Down His Running To Build A Stronger Foundation


Today’s guest is a gentleman that I’ve gotten to know a little bit over the last year or two.

We will dive a little deeper into his running exploits in today’s chat.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Rob Jones today.

Rob Jones

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QT: Is Running Easy and Being Uncomfortable the Key to Growth?


When it comes to training philosophies, I think I’ve made it pretty clear where I stand.

Whether or not you go all-in on heart rate training as I have, there is no doubt in my mind that running easy most of the time is the best thing we can do for ourselves as runners.

The list of benefits of running easy is long and distinguished, but so is the list of misperceptions.

One such misperception? That running easy means you will seldom/never get outside of your comfort zone. Read more

Shelly Brazelle Views Running As A Powerful Tool To Battle Her Own Brain


Today’s guest is a lady that I’ve had the pleasure of talking with a few times in the past.

We are making it official today and letting everyone listen in on our conversation.

I’m looking forward to going a few easy miles with Shelly Brazelle today.

Shelly Brazelle

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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