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Joined once again by Gareth Cole, founder and head of performance at Coach London, this time we're talking all things knee; how it works, what affects its function when running, how to make it stronger and everything else in between. If you've ever had knee pain of problems, this is for you. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informati…
 
The 19th September 2022 marks the 100th anniversary of Emil Zatopek, who was voted by a source no less esteemed than Runner’s World as history’s greatest ever runner – so we discussed why. Here are eight of many reason why he was a great runner and great human. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Ben and Rick are joined by journalist, running coach and the fastest panda to run a marathon, Kate Carter to discuss 12 race day tips offered up by athletes, coaches and general running people so that you're as ready as you can be when race day arrives. They also have many examples of what not to do, from personal experience, so that's worth hearin…
 
BBC broadcaster Sophie Raworth recently swapped the studio for the mountains as she took on the 55km OCC in Chamonix, France. She talks about how she fits in her training around a high-pressured job and why anyone heading to the Alps to race should spend some quality time with a stair-climber. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informa…
 
Kieran Alger is attempting to run the length of the Danube river from sea to source, a route that covers 2,000 miles (3,000km), to raise money for poverty-impacted children - you can read more and donate here. We caught up with Kieran on his one and only rest day after 60 days of running. We talked about his journey so far, how distance and time be…
 
This week’s Runner’s World podcast features a chat with ultra runner Tom Evan and we of course discuss all things UTMB he prepares for the race, but also how this time a year ago he was having knee surgery and his competitive running future was looking less than certain. We also chat through the changes he's had to make in his training, how you can…
 
On this episode, sports psychologist Stuart Holliday provides expert insights on how to become a mentally stronger runner. These are practical tips, applicable to runners of all experience levels and ability, designed to help you better deal with tough training sessions and races. Check out Stuart's work at his website: endurancemindcoaching.com Li…
 
Ahead of the Commonwealth Games taking place, we are speaking to Professor Kim Wolff, Head of the Drug Control Centre at King’s College London, who is leading the anti-doping testing programme during the Games. We discuss the shady past of athletics, who sophisticated modern testing has become and how it's not about catching cheats, but protecting …
 
On this episode, elite distance runner Eoin Everard looks at how to run well into your 30s and beyond. Listen in to learn the tweaks we can all make to our training and recovery to ensure we're running stronger as we get older. Check out Everard's free Pilates book here: www.everardpilates.com/book Watch a video of Everard going through some key in…
 
Ultra running record holder and now author, Sabrina Verjee joins us to talk about running with no expectations, getting used to failing, obsessing over tasks and much much more. Oh and ultra running. And writing her new book, 'When There's a Hill'. You can pre-order that here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Static stretching is bad. Super shoes are only for the super quick. Going further is necessarily harder. Wrong, wrong, wrong. On this episode, we look to debunk some common running misconceptions. At one point, the hosts mention the fabulous Ethiopian warm-up, which you can view for yourself here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inf…
 
On this episode, running coach James Poole discusses the Norwegian training method, popularised by the formidable Ingebrigtsen brothers. James discusses two studies, which you can access here and here, and also talks about the merits of Trash Free Trails. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
London Frontrunners is an inclusive running club for the LGTQ+ community. Co-president Ashley Harwood discusses the club's ethos, ambitions for the future and upcoming Pride Run 10K event. For more on London Frontrunners, visit londonfrontrunners.org For more on the Pride Run 10, visit priderun10k.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more…
 
If you ever want to feel like an underachiever, simply check out the CV of Kadeena Cox: four Olympic golds, achieved in both running and cycling; Lululemon ambassador and champion for inclusivity in athletics; and, thrillingly, 2021 Celebrity MasterChef champion. She's got the lot – and she's on this week's episode to discuss the life of a Paralymp…
 
Team Project Run and Nike coach, Lloyd Kempson joins Ben and Rick to talk all things half marathon; how to train for them, the best approach at tackling the distance, key sessions, why lactate threshold is so important and much more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Keely Hodgkinson, the Olympic 800m silver medalist joined us to talk about THAT race in Tokyo, her training, World Champs, Commonwealth Games, dreams, desires and how she just really wanted to be a swimmer when she was younger! Apologies for some of the sound issues in this episode. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Author and journalist Minreet Kaur joins Ben and Rick to talk about a new running club she's started called Running Sisters, which she hopes will encourage women in the South Asian community to take up and benefit from running. We also discover that the Skipping Sikh is her dad! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
Running coach and trainer, Justin joins Rick, Jane and Ben to discuss how running has played a role in coping when times are hard, been the source of anxiety and how to strike a healthy balance. If you are struggling with your mental health, depression, experiencing feelings of isolation or loneliness, there are a number of charities you can reach …
 
On this week's show, British marathon legend Mara Yamauchi discusses some of the key insights from her new book, Marathon Wisdom. For more on Mara, visit marayamauchi.com Pick up a copy of Marathon Wisdom Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Are you a devoted user of a device or do you run free from the technological burden of a running watch? Rick, Jane and Ben are joined by RW columnist and running coach Sam Murphy to discuss her recent stint of tech-free running and how she's found it impact her running, for better and worse. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informati…
 
On this show, journalist and sub-three marathoner Kate Carter takes a deep dive into the science surrounding running and covid. How soon can you return to running after a covid infection? What are some of the red flags? And does running in itself make a severe covid infection less likely? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
 
On this week's show, we're joined by Locksmith (aka Leon Rolle) from the award-winning band Rudimental. A talented footballer and dedicated runner, Locksmith talks about how to turn early rejection into success. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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