Intro EP is taking runners for a second Ragnar team! Email events@enduranceplanet.com if you’re interested. Zach Bitter just set the world record for the 100-mile (with an average 6:48 mile pace!) Tawnee gratefully responds to a respectful listener critique of ATC 292 (regarding stereotypes and runner anxiety): Rachel wrote: Dear Tawnee, I’m a big fan Read More

-:--

  “Danny” asks: 1. So I wanna do a full Ironman in 2020.I’ve done 47 marathons so running endurance isn’t an issue. It’s the other two disciplines I can swim all day with a swim bouy, but the second I get rid of it in attempt to kick, my legs fall in the water as Read More

-:--

Intro Banter Reference to previous episode on chronotypes. Lucho’s blog post on neurotyping. Meredith asks: Overcoming Fears I’m a runner making the transition into being a triathlete, and I spent most of last year training for my first full Ironman (Wisconsin). I had the run portion under control from years of half and full marathons, Read More

-:--

In this episode of Ask the Coaches, Brock and Lucho tackle listener questions about: Beginner Strength Training, Back to Back Racing, Core Strength for Endurance, Flipping the Triathlon, and more! Read More

-:--

  Research discussion: The Prevalence of Nonfunctional Overreaching and Overtraining in Young English Athletes Running efficiency Is it best to be a midfoot/forefoot striker and not a heel striker when doing the MAF method? Why? What type of running shoes are best when putting in effort to change foot strike? Maximalist, minimalist, etc? Transitioning from long-haul backpacking (PCT) Read More

-:--

On this show: Will several months of backpacking (on the PCT) translate into quality training and fitness for a 100-mile ultra? The pros and cons to lengthy backpacking for training, and the formula to make it all work. Drills to help body position and a better catch in swimming: side kick drills, sculling, catchup drill Read More

-:--

On this show: Who is Peter Defty? GM of VESPA, nutrition expert and ultra athlete who developed a safe, healthy approach to fat adaption for endurance athletes called “Optimized Fat Metabolism” (OFM). Peter got into running circa 2000, going from carb burner with poor results to a fat burner with success in racing. He’ competed in the Read More

-:--

Project Badwater* is brought to you by Sound Probiotics. Episode 2a of the Badwater series features the most important man in all of Badwater 135: Race Director Chris Kostman, of AdventureCORPS. Get caught up on previous episodes of Project Badwater here. In this show Chris sits down with host Tawnee Prazak for a candid interview. Get to know the Read More

-:--

We are BACK with Episode 2 of Project Badwater, if you missed Episode 1 you can listen here. Project Badwater is brought to you by title sponsor Sound Probiotics. This series is a raw look inside the life of ultrarunner Michelle Barton on her journey to the 2016 Badwater 135, the world’s toughest foot race, Read More

-:--

Project Badwater, Episode One, brought to you by title sponsor Sound Probiotics. This new series will follow ultrarunner Michelle Barton on her journey to Badwater 135, the world’s toughest foot race, in 2016. Michelle didn’t reach her goals at Badwater 135 this year and she is hungry for redemption. Revisit the podcast documenting Michelle’s Badwater Read More

-:--