214: Who Are Your Training Partners?
Running, some may say, is predominantly a solo activity. There are great mental and physical benefits that can come from training solo. However, even if every run you head out the door by yourself, you are still not...View Episode
213: PR vs. PB - What's the Difference?
Depending on where you run in the world you may know the terms personal record and personal best. Most often these are interchangeable, but in this episode, we dive into the terms and what beliefs they may create in...View Episode
212: How the New Olympic Motto Applies to Us
The Olympics are a truly inspiring event to behold. The Tokyo 2020 games came with extra build-up and anticipation that naturally lead to even more excitement and emotion. While some may argue that the games should...View Episode
211: How Heat and Humidity Affect Your Running
Heat and humidity can change running in many different ways. Today on the RLR podcast, we are going to cover what you need to know to stay safe while you're out on your run. Highlights of the Episode What happens...View Episode
210: Are Your Goals Big Enough?
Setting goals is a challenge because Goldilocks goals are difficult to pinpoint. This becomes even more true the longer the timeline. Often, we are told that we need practical goals that we can reach in a timely...View Episode
209: Getting Kids Into Running
Do you have some younger people with lots of energy bouncing around the house? You know that heading off on a run has served you many benefits. You are healthier, you pay attention to nutrition, and you have learned...View Episode
208: What's the Point?
Ever get into a training rhythm that feels good but out of nowhere it just hits you - why am I doing this? The Olympic Trials got me thinking about putting in the work and not getting the outward-facing goal. There...View Episode
207: Are You Getting Enough Recovery?
Have you noticed the number of new devices and apps popping up that will help you track your recovery? There is a saying that if you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it. With this in mind, wearable company’s have...View Episode
206: Race Training With A Physically Demanding Job
Wouldn’t it be great if we could just take a break from life for the next 9 months and build a beautiful multi-phased training plan filled with consistent build-up and plentiful recovery? How does a training plan get...View Episode
205: Am I Ready for a Half Marathon?
Races are coming back. Before you just sign up for the first one available, consider how long it will take you to be prepared for the race. In this episode, we dive into one of our favorite distances, the half...View Episode
204: How Polarized Training Can Make You Run Faster
One of our key principles of training is that your running cannot all stay at the same pace. One of the training terms thrown around quite a bit is polarized training. In this episode, we look at what polarized...View Episode
203: Your First Half Marathon
The half marathon is such a wonderful race distance. It is long enough that you need to put in months of training to perform well, but it is short enough that you do not need to abandon all work and family...View Episode