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EP 616: The Extramilest Show Hosted by Floris Gierman Floris Gierman, a close friend of ours, invited us to join him on his show to discuss our insights from conducting 615 podcast episodes featuring remarkable guests.  It was a delightful experience, and we thought it would be beneficial to share this episode with

EP 615: Zone 2 Training: The Key to Improve Endurance and Recovery Zone 2 training might be the key for injury free longevity AND improved performance. Dr. Mark Cucuzzella is an experienced long distance athlete and TRN’s resident MD. He will provide valuable insights and practical tips on how to incorporate Zone 2 training into your

EP 614: How Can a Continuous Glucose Monitor Help You Train Better In today’s episode, we’ll be discussing a topic that is becoming increasingly important for athletes of all levels: continuous glucose monitoring. For years, endurance athletes have relied on carbohydrates as a primary source of fuel during long runs, races, and training sessions. But what

EP 613: Breaking Out of the Standard Race Distances In this episode, we’re excited to talk about the Petersen Ridge Rumble coming in April in Oregon, a trail race that’s not your typical distance. This race, put on by seasoned ultra runner Sean Meissner, challenges runners with unique course lengths of 20 & 40 miles, rather

EP 612: The Science of Creatine and Brain Function for Athletes Today, we’re taking a closer look at creatine, a supplement commonly associated with building muscle and improving athletic performance, but did you know that it may also have benefits for your brain health and cognitive functioning? Bob Seebohar is joining to help us understand some

EP 611: Unlocking Your Potential Today we are going to explore the mental preparation and positive mindset needed to conquer the challenges of ultra running. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a newcomer to the sport, this show is here to help you dig deep, push past your limits,

EP 610: Keep Running, No Matter the Age Today, we’re discussing a topic that’s close to many of our hearts: how to keep running, no matter your age. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, age can be a big factor in how we approach our running. So let’s dive

EP 609: Adventure Planning- the Misogi Method Do Something So Hard 1 Day a Year That It Profoundly Impacts the Other 364. Misogi means “purification” in Japanese. It is a ritual that dates back to eighth-century Japan. It traditionally involved making the pilgrimage to an icy waterfall, symbolizing intense purification. Dr.

EP 608: TRAINING PRINCIPLES – Recovery In this Training Principles episode, we dive into the topic of recovery. Krissy Moehl, Sean Meissner, Dr. Matt Laye, and Kerry Gustafson share their expertise on how to properly recover after a run or race.  Some key takeaways from the show include: Should you stretch and foam roll? Are

EP 607: AJW Launches His Own Podcast! After years of base training, AJW has put his podcast bib on and launching his own podcast, “Crack a Brew With AJW”. Andy will have discussions with members of the trail and ultra-community to sit down, have a beverage and discuss running, life and

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