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Katie Kendrex Balances All Areas Of Life To Get To The Next Level


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Today’s guest is an ultra runner, personal trainer, and nutrition coach.

She is gearing up for her first hundred miler and already has plans to go even farther in the not-so-distant future.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Katie Kendrex today!

Katie Kendrex

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Duane Scotti Works To Help Runners Enjoy Lifelong Injury Free Running

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Today’s guest is a physical therapist who is all about helping runners stay healthy and proactively avoid many of the common maladies within our sport.

He’s also a running coach and a podcast host in addition to being a runner himself.

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

Duane Scotti

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Danielle O’Neil Chose Running Out Of Convenience And Never Quit


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My guest today is someone that I’ve interacted with a bit on Twitter over the last few years.

I’m not entirely sure where today’s chat is going to end up, but that’s all part of the fun!

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Danielle O’Neil today.

Danielle O’Neil

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Amy Margolis Thrives On Variety And Continually Pushing Her Limits


Today’s guest is a lady that stays busy training across all disciplines, from running to triathlons, to CrossFit.

She’s done some pretty iconic races, including Boston and Kona, so no doubt we will have at least a few things to talk about today.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Amy Margolis!

Amy Margolis

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QT: When Should Runners Do Their Strength Training? (Best Of-ish)


This post was originally part of Episode 211 released in January of 2016 and is more or less copied and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.

Ah yes, the age-old question for runners: what is the best time for runners to do their strength training?

Best Time for Strength Training

It’s no secret that regular strength training is important for runners, both to reduce the risk of injury and to improve performance.

But when is the best time to incorporate said strength training? Or does the timing even matter? Read more