February 27, 2018
If you were lucky enough to be on the Facebook group while we recorded this, you go to see (and hear) John's portion of this show on Live.
You are SO lucky ...
While we continue to figure out how to Live Record, this show Rob and John talk about Whispering Pines, Gasparilla, arriving late to races and pushing your way to the front, rude vendor techniques, meeting longtime friends for the first time, and the problem with "adulting".
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February 19, 2018
This is an episode where John and Rob are just talking about whatever comes to mind, from longtime listener Kristine Cox's peaking for Gasparilla, to Pavlov's Dogs theory and how the cell phone is the new bell, to having dead legs and running through them.
February 12, 2018
Luke Humphrey is many things; a member of several top 25 NCAA cross country teams, a 2:14:38 marathoner, and a three-time Olympic trial qualifier. He is also an advocate and coach who uses the Hansons Marathon Method to help runners of all abilities reach their running goals.
Luke sits down with Rob to discuss his history in the sport and the nuances of the Hansons Method, which is outlined in the books he has co-authored with Keith and Kevin Hanson.
February 5, 2018
A shorter show tonight but filled with things that will surely set you on edge and make you talk.
John gives a short race report on his 10K over the weekend and why he feels the personal bests are coming with each event, but he also admits to not eating prior to racing. So there's that, too.
Both John and Rob listen to the Fatman Chronicles podcast with Pete and Gretchen and they discuss something Pete brought up in a recent episode about a diminished feeling while training at times. Our guys have an opinion on that also.
And while you're at it, check out their show also.
No water while you eat? If Tom "the second coming" Brady believes in it then it must be true, right?