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In this episode Lisa and Brian enter the strange new world of COVID-19 lockdown and discuss managing your overall stress load, adjusting your training intensity, running hygiene, and reframing your running mindset. Note: Episode recorded 29 March 2020. Resources and references discussed in this episode: Dr Phil Maffetone on step 6 of the MAF method…
 
In this episode Brian and Lisa discuss various helpful strategies to regain your running mojo. Meanwhile, Lisa contemplates what's next after the momentous decision to cancel the Tokyo Marathon in response to the coronavirus. Coaching call 28 January 2020 at 45:31. Coaching call 3 February 2020 at 1:00:19. Coaching call 10 February 2020 at 1:18:06.…
 
In this episode Lisa and Brian recap their Hobart half marathon experiences. With Lisa running 1:32:00 and Brian 1:40:08 - both considered their runs successful examples of running a race as training, which is also our topic of the week. . Coaching call 10 December 2019 at 45:47. Coaching call 16 December 2019 at 1:04:21. Coaching call 23 December …
 
In this episode Brian and Lisa reflect on their mixed running fortunes during 2019. Meanwhile, we discuss and speculate on the future of athletics as it struggles to overcome scandals, stay relevant, and implement professional business models. Note: apologies for break in transmission - we are back for 2020. Coaching calls to be appended to S04 E07…
 
In this episode Brian recaps his 1:33:22 half-marathon and explains the laughable amount of training he completed in the weeks leading into this event. Meanwhile, Lisa gets in trouble for not following coach's instructions. Coaching call 12 November 2019 at 53:38. Coaching call 18 November 2019 at 1:08:14 Resources and references discussed in this …
 
In this episode Brian compares three Marathon programs to draw inspiration for Lisa's Tokyo Marathon campaign. And in the wake of Mary Cain's powerful description of the physical and emotional harm she suffered at the Nike Oregon Project, we rant about ignorant coaches that focus on weight as a training outcome. Lisa starts enjoying running again a…
 
In this episode we're talking about a minimalist approach to achieving a performance goal time for the marathon. Realising that high mileage is an unlikely pathway for Lisa to run a sub 3:00 marathon, we talk about the bare minimum required to get her to the start line healthy, injury free, and with a fighting chance of realising her goal. Brian is…
 
In this episode Lisa is on the couch after a DNF in the Half Marathon at the Melbourne Marathon Festival. In a long therapy/coaching session we discuss the impact of stress on health more generally, and offer some strategies to avoid, eliminate, and even delay stressors by making a stress list. Finally, we get down to the business of adjusting trai…
 
In this week's episode we turn the page on Road Racing and XC, and look towards a season focused on topical issues and the Brian/Lisa coaching experiment. In this episode we discuss heart rate (HR) training zones, and try to make sense of calculating these for Lisa in context of her unusually high maximal HR. Connect with Brian and Lisa: email bria…
 
In this episode Lisa and Brian get down to the business of discussing the potential for commencing a coach athlete relationship. With Lisa's desire for structure, lists, and consistency contrasting with Brian's unstructured intuitive approach - what could possibly go wrong? Resources and references discussed in this episode: Runner's Tribe article …
 
In this catch-up episode Lisa gives an update on her dodgy calf, irregular heart, and recent election to the board of Athletics NSW. Meanwhile, Brian's been sick, which has put his road racing ambitions on hold as he contemplates the Flinders Island running festival. Connect with Brian and Lisa: email brian@runningtechniquetips.com lisa@runningtech…
 
In this episode we recap Brian's above expectation 15k road race result and discuss the method and impact of his recent low mileage polarised training regime. We also mull over some key takeaways from Zane Robertson's interview with Brad Beer. Meanwhile, Lisa pays the price for some over-zealous training in Byron Bay, confined to the elliptical tra…
 
In this episode we discuss the wide variation of arm carriage and styles in running. From Japanese marathon runners to the pointy end of the 1500m, there's so many effective variations to get the job done - which one is best for you? Meanwhile, Lisa's back running in Byron Bay, but has she pushed the envelope with getting back into sessions too qui…
 
In this week's episode we talk training for time versus mileage. We discuss the benefits of both, and remember a time before GPS watches when all of our running was done to time and by feel. In other news Lisa discovers her tight calf was caused by an old injury, and is back running after a popliteus palpation. She plays it safe at Gold Coast turni…
 
In this week's episode we discuss the pros and cons of a strengths or weaknesses based approach to our training. Does it make sense to bash your head against the brick wall of weakness, or should you be skipping down the happy strengths path lined with rainbows and unicorns? Brian is hanging on to some semblance of fitness running a 20:30 parkrun o…
 
In this week's episode Lisa finds herself compressed under the weight of life responsibilities and her own performance expectations, and is seriously considering adopting a "Brian" unstructured training approach. She competes in the Western Sydney 10km, finishing a credible 5th in 39:42, but is lacking motivation and now sidelined by another calf s…
 
In this week's episode Lisa and Brian start to tackle their own cross country races, which initiates a conversation on different cross country racing strategies for mid-packers. They offer suggestions on how to confront a cross country race to ensure you get the best possible result without running yourself into the ground across challenging terrai…
 
In this week's episode Brian and Lisa walk through six cross country training session ideas to integrate into your season plan. Brian manages a solid week of training as he begins to master the art of commuting and runs a seriously hilly weekend warrior long forest run. Meanwhile Lisa is on a down-week and is nursing a tight old-lady calf. Finally,…
 
In this week's episode Brian describes surviving his first full week of commuting, but more importantly manages to eke out 40km and maintain at least an impression of still being a runner. Meanwhile, Lisa gets a little carried away in the Sydney 10k, blows up, but runs her best time in years the hard way. We talk through our respective season plans…
 
In this week's episode Lisa takes a deep dive down the real history of XC rabbit hole with the author of The Complete History of Cross-Country Running: From the Nineteenth Century to the Present Day - Andrew Hutchinson. In her wide ranging conversation conversation with Andrew they discuss the genesis of the sport through hare and hound paper-chasi…
 
In this week's episode Lisa and Brian recap their underwhelming Canberra half-marathons that saw Lisa nursing her frustratingly fickle runner's knee and Brian remembering that you need to run more than two 60km weeks to produce a decent half. Lisa schools Brian on cross country running history, including the surprising fact that a cross country com…
 
In this week's shorter episode we battle some technical difficulties, but manage to piece together some training and race reports as well as outline the cross country and road racing season of the podcast. Brian runs 11:23 in the 3k Opie Family Championships at Lake Wendouree in his first race wearing Eureka Athletics Club colours for many years. M…
 
In this week's episode Brian recaps on finally going sub 20 at the beautiful and speedy Castlemaine parkrun. Meanwhile, Lisa tries mountain running and earns the first piece of silverware for the podcast with a NSW state medal. We also wrap season two with a brief reflection on the various successes and otherwise of our 5k campaigns, and preview se…
 
In this week's slightly delayed episode we workshop some ideas of different ways to run 5k at parkrun - other than a flat-out PB attempt of course! Meanwhile, Lisa runs 10:46 for 3k, spikes her HR above 200, and collects some much needed data for review by her cardiologist. She also outlines Brian's penalty options for losing the 3k/5k challenge. D…
 
This week we recap on the final leg of our 3k/5k challenge with Lisa winning by a knock-out, and claiming an equal 5000m personal best of 18:33, while barely raising a sweat or her heart rate. Meanwhile, Brian has to settle for 20:12, but shows encouraging signs of improving fitness and renewed motivation to attack the winter cross country and road…
 
This week we debrief on Brian's threshold cruise interval session, discuss warm up strategies for 5k races, and catch-up on Lisa's so called cardiac stress test non-results. We also talk about the contribution of strength training to maintaining healthy body composition, weight loss/gain, and why you shouldn't care about what you weigh, but should …
 
This week we talk about lactate threshold cruise intervals as a great sub maximal training stimulus for the 5k as a recreational runner. Lisa provides an update on some encouraging medical test results and describes what happed during the week when her heart rate inexplicably spiked during a training session. Meanwhile, Brian is exploring some new …
 
This week we check in on lab rat Lisa's various test results and health woes. Meanwhile, Brian blows up trying to break 20 minutes, running 20:20 at the Ballarat Park Run. This prompts a discussion on how to select an ambitious but achievable 5k race pace based on a previous performance or training level. Resources and references discussed in this …
 
This week Lisa opens up about seeking medical advice about worrying heart rate spikes and symptoms of breathlessness during and after a tough 19:22 5k on the track. Meanwhile, Brian talks through his 5k fitness hacks as he prepares to attempt to run under 20 minutes the first time in his forties off a limited base. We also feature Brian's detailed …
 
This week we talk to 55+ world record holder Keith Bateman about the running technique book "Older Yet Faster" that he co-authored with podiatrist Heidi Jones. Brian dreams of running faster over 10k than his 34 year old self. Meanwhile Lisa preserves personal dignity with a DNF in the the B race in the NSW 5000m championships, but gains confidence…
 
Brian gets a 3k time trial on the board, recording an encouraging 12:00, to be trailing Lisa by 53 seconds as we head into the February leg of our 3k/5k challenge. We discuss Brian's technique tweaks, pacing, more strength training as recovery, and where to from here with his 9-10 day training cycle. Meanwhile Lisa is running the B race in the NSW …
 
In this episode we discuss adjusting your training for extreme heat. Brian provides an update on his strength training cautioning against DOMS, and he considers non-tech proxies for easy or aerobic threshold pace such as 4/4 breathing rhythms, nasal breathing, and the talk test. Meanwhile, Lisa lowers her 3k challenge time to 11:07. She also report…
 
In this episode we discuss some basic body weight strength training moves and how to implement them alongside your running program. Meanwhile, Lisa puts Brian under pressure by running a well-paced 11:12 for the 3k as part of the first leg of their January - March 5k challenge. Lisa moved from last to 5th during the race in a field of 15 runners, d…
 
If you've ever wondered about the merits of strength training for running, this episode gives you an overview of the benefits you can expect to achieve. These include improving: running technique, running performance, running economy, speed of recovery, and overall resilience against injury. Meanwhile, Lisa goes sub 20 minutes at Park Run and Brian…
 
Brian and Lisa set themselves a 5km challenge for January, February, and March 2019. They discuss how to train for the 5k as a recreational runner, including suggested modifications to programs designed for faster runners. Meanwhile, Lisa runs 20:06 at Ballina Coast park run while Brian struggles to break 25:00 at North Sydney, firmly grasping unde…
 
Brian and Lisa slowly get back into some running, but realise there is work to do if they are going to hit the 5km challenge set down for each other before the end of the summer season. Both continue to hit the gym, and Brian talks about some of the gym exercises he is introducing into his program such as the deadlift exercise. News of the week is …
 
Brian and Lisa reflect on their thought provoking running technique coaching session with 55+ 10,000m world record holder Keith Bateman. They discuss key takeaways from the session and what they plan to implement. Meanwhile, Brian learns about the impact of his inflexible feet on his running technique in a fascinating conversation with foot whisper…
 
This short episode contains physiotherapist Kevin Lieberthal's feedback on Brian's running technique. For context please listen to S02 - Episode 1 first. Resources and references discussed in S02 - Episode 1: Brian's Running Form Drills eBook and free online resources. Some video of Brian's 2008 and 2009/2010 improved running technique. Connect wit…
 
Lisa continues to enjoy a well earned break from running and tries to kick her sugar addiction. Meanwhile Brian visits Kevin Lieberthal of Physio at Central Park in Melbourne to get his running technique analysed. Kevin identifies a number of issues for Brian to work on before he should commence full training. Resources and references discussed in …
 
Lisa and Brian talk about what's next in their running programs and give a preview of what's next for the podcast: 3k/5k training, Lisa eclipsing Brian's 5k time, more strength work, Brian's running technique tune-up, and a side project coaching kids running technique. Connect with Brian and Lisa: Blog: http://runningtechniquetips.com Brian's Runni…
 
Running physiotherapist Kevin Lieberthal is back to talk ITB syndrome causes and cures, marathon recovery, scheduling multiple marathons into your calendar year. We also touch on a four letter word runners never say, and definitely don't want to hear - rest! Resources and references discussed in this episode: Connect with Kevin Lieberthal at Physio…
 
In this episode we discuss Lisa's amazing NYC marathon experience; and how she ran 3:14:52 after spending many of the days leading up to the race in her sick bed. Find out how she did it, what it was like to run through the supportive crowds, and ultimately enjoy the adulation and celebration during post race recovery at the New York Athletic Club.…
 
Lisa's sore knee continues to hamper final preparations for the NYC Marathon, we know she's not alone in this one, so before she flies out of Sydney we chat about strategies for managing and preventing ITB related knee pain. Over in the recovery lounge, Brian is two weeks post Marathon and researching new training strategies for 2019, while contemp…
 
With less than two weeks to go until Lisa toes the line at the NYC Marathon, and in light of Brian's marathon that went wrong, we chat about healthy mental preparation for your goal race. Lisa enters her taper period with a good marathon pace tempo test session, but with some runners' knee pain to manage in the final days before the race. Meanwhile…
 
Lisa finalises her marathon training block with an impressive longest run ever and now heads into the taper for NYC Marathon in less than three weeks contemplating her pacing strategy. Meanwhile Brian rests up and continues the post mortem on a tough day at the office during the 2018 Melbourne Marathon and starts tinkering with toe spacers. Finally…
 
One day after a race that didn't go according to plan, we reflect on Brian's 2018 Melbourne Marathon experience. Brian and Lisa discuss what went right, what went wrong, and why did an otherwise solid build up not deliver the intended result? Brian's 2018 Melbourne Marathon result. Connect with Brian and Lisa: Blog: http://runningtechniquetips.com …
 
In this episode Lisa gets inside Brian's head with only a couple of days to go before the 2018 Melbourne Marathon. In this conversation we talk mental and physical preparation during race week, overcoming negative thoughts, pre-race meals, adapting to a tough weather forecast, adjusting goal time and pace expectations accordingly, and remembering t…
 
In this episode we talk to physiotherapist Kevin Lieberthal about how to manage and rehabilitate calf injuries, including when to reconsider running an impending goal race. Lisa jogs through a cold and then nails her weekend marathon pace tempo run while building a consistent block of mileage. Meanwhile, Brian gets back into full training and tests…
 
In this episode we find Brian and Lisa struggling with an injury scare and cold respectively prompting some reflection and philisophical ponderings. Lisa punches out another 80km/50mile week, but finds the challenge of her monster 25km marathon pace tempo in hot weather and wind too much to overcome. Brian's calf tightens up out of the blue, prompt…
 
In this episode we circle back on the topic of running shoes, and specifically using shoe drop to shift load away from niggles and injuries with one of our listeners sports podiatrist Thomas Do Canto. Lisa emerges from the cloud of fatigue revelling in a change to her weekly training structure while contemplating the pros and cons of a monster 25k …
 
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