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For the show notes, to WIN a copy of each of Mark Remy's books and get the full transcript to this episode head over to:

https://www.healthynomics.com/32

None to Run Plan (for real beginners):

http://www.nonetorun.com/challenge

Today's show

Mark Remy is a runner and writer based in Portland, Oregon. He has been a columnist and writer at Runner’s World since 2007. Mark has been running since 1994 and has run 27 marathons, including Boston eight times.

In 2015, Mark launched Dumb Runner, which is a website for runners who enjoy laughter and pie (his words!). Most of the online advice for beginner runners make running too complicated. Dumb Runner, well, "dumbs" everything down because Mark believes running should be simple.

If that wasn’t enough, Mark has also written four books on running and one training journal. Keep reading because I am giving away a copy of each to one lucky person.

I highly recommend you check out Mark’s writing. Here a few articles/posts that I recommend you start with:

The Only 3 Things You Need to Know to Begin Running (Really)

Training for Runners: FAQ

5 Stretches You Should Never Do

Mark’s Newsletter– Entertaining and educational. Sign up!

In this episode we talk about:
  • How running has impacted Mark’s life.
  • The shower beer (try it).
  • Stretching – was it only cool in 1981?
  • The only 3 things you need to know to begin running (Really)
  • How to pick a training plan.
  • And more!
The show notes for this episode with be at healthynomics.com/32 - there you'll also be able to download the transcript to this episode.
 
Enjoy the show everyone!
 
Cheers,
Mark
Direct download: Mark_Remy_Final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:50pm EST

For the show notes and the full transcript to this episode head over to:

https://www.healthynomics.com/31

None to Run Plan (for real beginners):

http://www.nonetorun.com/challenge

Today's show

Nate Helming is based in San Francisco and in addition to coaching runners and triathletes of all levels, he trains Olympic level cyclists, professional triathletes, elite mountain bikers, and national-level ultra runners on strength and mobility. 
 
Nate has traveled around the world to speak about better strength training for endurance athletes, and regularly publishes videos and articles on how runners can do it better! 
 
You can learn more about Nate on therunexperience.com where he helps people who want to be able to run and enjoy the outdoors and remain injury-free.
 
In this episode we talk about:
  • Why runner s need to think of themselves more like athletes and develop their athleticism.
  • The best ways for runners to incorporate strength training into their running.
  • How to read the early signs of injury.
  • How to stay active when you are injure and can't run.
  • Stretching - where does it fit into the running equation.
  • Nate's favourite resources / books.
  • And more!
 
The show notes for this episode with be at healthynomics.com/31 - there you'll also be able to download the transcript to this episode.
 
Enjoy the show everyone!
 
Cheers,
Mark
Direct download: Nate_Helming_podcast_-_final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:13pm EST

For the show notes and the full transcript to this episode head over to:

https://www.healthynomics.com/30

To join the April 2017 None to Run Challenge:

http://www.nonetorun.com/challenge

Today's show

Shannon is both an athlete and a coach.  She competed in the equestrian sport of Three Day Eventing for fifteen years. Like a triathlon on a horse!

She then got interested in the sport of running and has raced distances ranging from the 800m to ultra trail events.

An interest in the psychology of achievement led her to completing an undergraduate degree in psychology and a Masters in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.

Through Hypo2 Sport and B78 Coaching, Shannon now coaches athletes in several different sports to improve their performance.

In this episode we talk about:

  • How to approach setting goals for your running.
  • How to get the best out of any run.
  • How to combat negative thoughts so you can run feeling energized and motivated.
  • Ways to become a more patient runner.
  • How to enhance your mental toughness.
  • How to develop a game plan for every run or race.
  • The importance of mindfulness.
  • Strategies to help you cope with and come back from an injury or setback.
  • Shannon’s recommended books
  • And much more!

Enjoy the show.

Cheers,

Mark

Direct download: Shannon_Thompson_FINAL.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:43pm EST

For the show notes and the full transcript to this episode head over to:

https://www.healthynomics.com/29

To join the April 2017 None to Run Challenge:

http://www.nonetorun.com/challenge

A cross-country All-American at Stonehill College, Mario has coached both elite and age-group runners and was the men’s marathon coach for Costa Rica at the 2012 Olympics.

Most recently Mario helped start Ekiden, a company that leverages technology to bring a great human coaching experience to more runners. He shares his thoughts on running and other topics that interest him in the morning shakeout, his weekly email newsletter to which I subscribe to and look forward to reading each week.

In this episode we talk about:

  • Mario’s photography hobby and coffee habit.
  • Lessons Mario has learned during his time as a runner and coach that applies to runners of all levels.
  • Some specific running workouts that beginners can do to break up the monotony of slow running.
  • Ways you can recognize when progress is being made, besides running speed.
  • Mario’s non-negotiable aspects of a good running training program.
  • Mario’s favourite strength exercises and a simple routine to elicit athleticism and make you a better runner.
  • The benefits of having a running coach.
  • Mario’s favourite running books.
  • And more!

Enjoy the show!

Direct download: Mario_Fraiolo_podcast_FINAL.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:15pm EST

My free email series for beginner runners: www.freerunningcourse.com

30-Day None to Run Challenge (starts April 1, 2017): www.nonetorun.com/challenge

Save $$$ on running shoes and gear from Running Warehouse: www.healthynomics.com/gear

Our guest today on the podcast is Coach Jay Johnson.

Jay Johnson has coached collegiate, professional and adult runners for more than fifteen years. Jay has also coached three US champions (cross country, indoor track and road racing) and has helped dozens of adult runners PR over distances from 1 to 100 miles.

Jay earned his Masters of Science in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology from the University of Colorado, a degree he started working on while running on the varsity cross country team which is chronicled in the book Running with the Buffaloes.

In this episode, you will learn:
  • The most common mistakes made by beginner runners.
  • Whether or not there is a place for walking in a beginner running program.
  • How to best transition from running with walk breaks to continuous running.
  • The best way to warm-up before a run.
  • What you will notice when you start performing strength and mobility work as part of your running plan.
  • Jay's recommended stretching routine.
  • Specific workouts to help break through plateaus in your running.
  • Why you must run "strides".
  • And much more!
The show notes for this episode with be at healthynomics.com/28 - there you'll also be able to download the transcript to this episode.
 
Please enjoy my chat with Jay Johnson.
Direct download: Jay_Johnson_final.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:31pm EST

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