It's all about that base!
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It's all about that base!
Ohmmmmm......This episode I spend a little time with yoga instructor Jen Stevens to discuss how you can incorporate this ancient art form into your weekly training. The benefits may surprise you! I have seen a HUGE benefit from incorporating yoga just a couple days a week, and after this interview, I want to do it even more!
Jen's Resource List:
How Yoga Works- Novel
Relax and Renew- Instructional
21 Day Yoga Body- Program
My Favorite teachers on the Web!
Also, a couple studio finders for local yoga studios:
Today I answer a couple facebook questions and we take a second to celebrate my first 2 star review! Some really great questions today and some good inspiration and motivation for those of you who have had a tough race. For those of you who haven't....there is still time.
This episode I answer some facebook questions:
In this episode I talk about how to be ready to run in cold weather head to toe, watching what you put in your body, and how long you can expect it to take for your body to stop fighting it, and accepting that you are a runner!
This episode I spend some time interviewing one of our podcast community listeners story from couch to his first marathon. David has been a coaching client of mine for a little under a year. In this interview we discuss his journey over the course of a year from the couch to his first Marathon. The first segment of the interview was conducted just 2 days before the LA marathon and David and I were able to discuss the training so far, pre race optimism, strategy, and just the overall feeling you have right before your first marathon. Then we pick right up just one day after the race to get a full report of how the race felt and what David experienced. I am so proud to have seen him progress from zero miles to a marathon in just a year, what a great accomplishment. I hope you are inspired, motivated, and equipped after following along on his journey.
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Super excited about this interview but I am kind of a NERD when it comes to my garden. As you also know I love food, particularly the idea that healthy whole food doesn't have to taste bad. In fact, it tastes great!!!
In this interview with Dana Richardson and Sara Zentz we talk about their first full length production called Back to Eden. Then we spent some time chatting about their trip down to the copper canyons of Mexico to live with the Tarahumara indians and learn how they live, grow their own food, and celebrate running as a culture. They are also considered a "cold spot" for the 3 biggest diseases in most modern countries today, heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. They have almost 0%! Maybe it's time we started thinking about what we are putting in our bodies, especially as athletes who want to get the most out of life.
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So, what are you going to grow this year? Leave a comment below and tell me how this episode inspired you?
I really enjoyed catching up with my friend from Colorado, Jerry Armstrong. This interview is more of a casual conversation with someone who has run way more miles than I have. He had some really great tips on learning to enjoy running, training safely and some books that have changed his life.
Go to the show notes here. for links to the books he recommended and a free audio download of Ultra Marathon Man from audible.com
In this episode of the the podcast I answer some questions about hamstring soreness, racing instead of tempo workouts, post marathon recovery and nutrition, as well as a quick heart rate training tip.
We also have our first ever "story time" in which I share with you an excerpt from one of my favorite running books and give you the opportunity to download it for free here.
Back after a bit of a break, this episode includes a motivating quote, some announcements about some exciting thing in the coming months, and a running tip to make you faster!
How do I get rid of this blister?
Is the Run/Walk strategy right for everyone?
How do I deal with plantar fasciitis?
Also I mentioned my love of Brooks running shoesClearance at BrooksRunning.com, featuring over 200 reduced items! and my new partnership with them as an affiliate as well as the Spartan raceView the Reebok Spartan Race calendar, Register for a Race Today! You can click on these links, sign up for a race or buy some products and help support the Pocket Running Coach Podcast. I also talk about taking on 2 more personal coaching clients. If you would like to be one of 5 people who I coach personally online, shoot me an email and let me know what you are training for and I would love to talk about working together. I will periodically open up new spots as people conclude their coaching time and make room for new clients. As always, I am available to answer questions via Facebook and email at email@example.com.
If you are healthy and have been running, lace up your shoes, grab a water bottle and join me for one of my favorite workouts. Today I will be talking you through a 5 minute warm up, 10 x 1 min 30 sec speed interval with only 30 seconds of recovery between each one. THIS WORKOUT IS HARD! I hope that I am able to inspire you to take your training to the next level while training smart and staying healthy. I even hired a huge crowd of people to cheer you on during parts of the workout! Have fun.
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Unfortunately I must leave a disclaimer. Please be smart! This workout is meant for an injury free athlete who has been running at least a couple of weeks. For an easier beginner workout listen to episode two of the PRC podcast then join us for this workout. You should not attempt this workout if you are unsure about your ability to do it. Please consult with a medical professional before beginning any new training program. Coach Nate Lindskoog and The Pocket Running Coach Podcast (a Treasure Valley Road Runners, LLC. company) is not liable for any injuries sustained during the attempt of this workout.
Its all about the "ions"!
Actualization, Simulation, Visualization, Rationalization, Concentration, and Relaxation. In this episode I break down each of these "ION" words to help you become a more mentally strong athlete.
In your search for "THE ZONE" you will need to address each of these areas in your training so you are prepared and able to deal with a variety of racing and training situations. Do you know how to visualize your race? How should you spend time simulating the course you are training to run on?
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In this episode we are spending some time talking about nutrition before, during, and after a longer race. I answered a question on how to avoid falls while trail running and share my thoughts on some of the more expensive recovery formulas.
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Next episode....Psychology of a runner. Feel free to email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook.
A quick overview to help you find out if you are ready to run a marathon. Some fundamentals to make sure you stay healthy and a couple listener questions.
What do I do if I get a blister?
I run on my lunch break, what should I eat for breakfast/lunch?
How do I engage my core when I run?
Is weight training important?
How do I warm up on race day?
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This episode we spend a little more time going through what specific workouts look like in each training phase from base building, to sharpening, to tapering. As always please feel free to email or ask questions on Facebook for upcoming shows. Please support the show by subscribing in iTunes, leaving a rating and or a comment! I really appreciate your feedback.
This is part one of a two part series on the basic elements of a good training plan. In this episode I break apart the 5 key components of a good training plan and briefly cover the purpose of each cycle. Part 2 will take us further in depth and discuss key elements of each phase. Please feel free to ask questions or leave comments at www.facebook.com/thepocketrunningcoach or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.