On this week's show we celebrate the arrival of Shaun's little baby, lament the disappearance of Jermaine's voice, and talk Euro Cross face plants! We also focus on Achilles tendinopathy- talking to Noel Thatcher about how we can manage the injury.
This week we talk variety with OCR world medallist, Conor Hancock. We discuss how Conor has kept his training and racing varied and what key skills are required for the challenge of obstacle racing. We also discuss Shaun's gammy hips and Jermaine's blowing into a tube.
On this week's show we speak to top running physio, Scott Newton. We discuss Runners Knee- what it is, how to avoid it, and what you can do to treat the problem. We also discuss road rage fights, causes of mistaken identity, and Shaun's parenting expectations.
This week we speak to world champion ultrarunner and skimountaineer, Kilian Jornet. We discuss how and why he attempts these feats, the fastest known times for ascent and descent of of the Matterhorn, Mont Blanc, Denali, and Mount Everest, and what goes through his mind in times of adversity.
We discuss his attributes- how is he able to recover so quickly from challenging events and races, and how he learns about physiology of athletes in an effort to improve his performance.
On this week's show we discuss our next challenge- what event we will aim for and how you can get involved. We want your suggestions on Twitter. We also start a new feature 'injury corner', with a fortnightly focus on a running specific injury and how we can avoid it. This week Noel Thatcher talks to us about Plantar Fasciitis...or should we say Plantar Tendinopathy.
On this week's show we talk to Tom Fairbrother. Tom is a marathon runner, iron-distance triathlete, and former eating disorder sufferer. Tom was encouraged by a coach to lose weight in order to enhance his performances, which triggered a two-year struggle with bulimia and binge eating disorder. Alongside dietitian, Renee McGregor, he has founded campaign #trainbrave; a campaign aims to inspire more athletes to share their stories and raise awareness of the risks of eating disorders and RED-s.
On this week's show we discuss Shaun's attempt to run the Frankfurt Marathon and break 2 hours 20mins....it didn't go to plan! We'll discuss how the race played out and what Shaun learnt from the experience. We also discuss mid race accidents, and Shaun's gag reflex.
This week's show is all about making connections. We speak to Love Track London co-founder Joe Dale about the running-speed dating evenings they run. We also discuss how Shaun and Jermaine managed to convince their partners to put up with them, running pick-up lines, and rigging competitions. We also honour listener Finn for his 'bus driver - Let's Get Running tshirt' photo.
On this week's show we discuss Shaun's training for the Frankfurt Marathon. With 2 weeks to go it's crunch time- we talk about the final hard session, the impact of drinking a Ketone ester, and what the next 14 days 'should' look like. The Caramel kid (aka Poor Mans Usain Bolt) gives his tips for remaining 'crocodile' in the final week
On this week's episode we talk to triathlete, Emma Pallant. We discuss her plans for Ironman Kona, how and why she moved from running to triathlon and how she is learning her way in the sport. We also discuss Gym bunnies on buses, tramps enjoying Shaun's pocket money and We-willy winky