79 Megan Roche MD part 2 of 2

79 Megan Roche MD part 2 of 2

Part 2 (of 2) in this extraordinary interview with Dr. Megan Roche. We talk about everything from research to coaching to dysfunctional eating to experiencing joy in a lifestyle of running. Megan Roche is a medical doctor, coach, scientist, book author, and exceptional trail runner.

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75 Coaches' Corner: Volume or Intensity

75 Coaches' Corner: Volume or Intensity

True or False: There’s a minimum volume of running required before adding any structured workouts (such as intervals or hills) becomes more useful than simply adding more volume. Listen to learn what some of the top trail running coaches have to say.

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72 Downhill Running and Field Studies of Ultra Runners with Gianluca Vernillo, PhD

72 Downhill Running and Field Studies of Ultra Runners with Gianluca Vernillo, PhD

Gianluca Vernillo, PhD is one of the world's leading scientists studying mountain ultra trail runners. Today he brings a vast amount of science and practical insight from his years of studying the uphill, downhill, and other physiologic features of extreme endurance running in the world's toughest mountain courses.

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71 Intervals Like A Pro with Stephen Seiler, PhD

71 Intervals Like A Pro with Stephen Seiler, PhD

How do the best endurance athletes partition their training? And, what does the science show about how you should design your interval workouts? What should you do for work duration, rest duration, total work, frequency, and effort level? These are the principle issues we discuss in this episode. And, we wrap up with parting advice from Dr. Seiler that you must hear if you're going to become your ultra best.

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