Episode 8B - Do I need iron supplements? | Ellie Pashley
The Long Munch - Nutrition for Runners, Cyclists & Triathletes
Ellie Pashley has represented Australia in the 10,000 m & half marathon at World Champs. She's also finished top 10 at the 2019 New York Marathon, and currently aiming to qualify for the Tokyo Olympic team in the marathon. Ellie discusses her battles with iron deficiency, her experiences with supplementation and iron infusions, and her approach to supplementation for altitude training.
Episode 301: Ellie Pashley – 2:26 Marathoner, 8th place in NYC & Olympic hopeful for Team Australia
I'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein Podcast
Ellie Pashley is an Australian marathoner you are going to want to start following if you aren’t already. Ellie placed 8th at the 2019 NYC Marathon and has a PR of 2:26 in the marathon. She ran on the Worlds team in Doha in the 10k and has hopes to run in Tokyo in the Olympics in either the 10K or the Marathon this year. Ellie runners for New Balance and is also a Physical Therapist. Her story is unique in that she didn’t run in college and went on to do some traveling after college before she decided she wanted to pursue running at a high level. I had so much fun getting to know Ellie that we stayed on for an extra 25 minutes for patreon supporters! If you want to check out the extended conversation head over to patreon.com/lindseyhein. (This is open to $5 supporters) What we talked about: 4:40- What Ellie has been up to recently and what she is currently training for 7:10- What it’s like switching from marathon training to 10k training 10:20- Her progression into elite running 18:45- Her progression in the marathon and how her training changed throughout that 23:30- When she knew that she had the potential to be an Olympian and decided to really dedicate herself to her training 31:30- Recapping her race at the Cape Town marathon and why it was so tactical 35:30- How she has learned to master the mental and physical pain of the marathon 38:10- Finishing 8th at the 2019 NYC Marathon 47:30- The process for her to qualify for the Olympics for Australia 54:50- End of podcast questions Show Notes: Inside a Marathon – Ben Rosario and Scott Fauble The Russian Affair – David Walsh Connect with Ellie: Ellie on Instagram Connect with Lindsey: Lindsey on Instagram Lindsey on Twitter Lindsey on Facebook Join the I’ll Have Another Facebook Group Support the I’ll Have Another Podcast on Patreon Donate to my Donna Foundation Fundraiser Sponsors: Previnex Use code “another” for 15% off your order Lily Trotters Use code “another” for 25% off your order SandyBoy Productions Shows: Why is Everyone Yelling? The Up and Running Podcast The Illuminate Podcast The post Episode 301: Ellie Pashley – 2:26 Marathoner, 8th place in NYC & Olympic hopeful for Team Australia appeared first on Lindsey Hein.
NOTE: Riley mentions Jess Trengove in a question in this episode. He, of course, meant to refer to her by her married name: Jess Stenson.We're joined on the show by Aussie marathon star Ellie Pashley. She’s one of three Australians taking on the London Marathon this week – Ellie talks about her training build up, noting that while she had some injury niggles in the middle of the year she has strung six weeks of quality together recently. Ellie also outlines the changes she and her coach have made to her program and the shorter taper she will take into London. Speaking of London, it's no easy task just getting to the race this year and Ellie walks us through all of the precautions the athletes have to take.Ellie also outlines her plans for the race and even discusses what her summer might look like - potentially racing the Zatopek if it goes ahead. LinksWatch this episode on YouTubeEllie Pashley on InstagramRiley Wolff on InstagramTempo Journal on Instagramtempojournal.com
In this episode of the TRAIL podcast, Melissa Haberfield speaks with TRAIL Ambassador Ellie Pashley ahead of the upcoming London Marathon. Ellie speaks about her recent return from injury, the 'ins' and 'out' of the only Marathon to take place this year, her current training, advice around training for recreational runners, and the latest in race-ready footwear. The 2020 London Marathon will involve elite-athletes only and will take place on October 4.
Ellie Pashley | Elite Runner - Tokyo Olympics & How to Run a Marathon!
The Athlete Diaries
This superstar runner is our guest this week!•We talk about:MarathonsRepresenting AustraliaWhat training looks likeHow being a physio has helped her runningTokyo Olympics•Ellie’s coaching consultancy | www.runstrongonlinecoaching.com.auHost | Guy WalkerProducer & Social Media | Matt WhyteDesigner | Samuel Kenny
149: Ellie Pashley This episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly brought to you by New Balance. Visit www.newbalance.com.au Julian starts his recovery break and explores life as a surfer. Brad pulls on old 4%’s for tempo work and gets called out on his embarrassment of riches. Brady puts in a recovery week post-half marathon and contemplates travelling north for races. Matt Ramsden won the mile in a Milan track meet with a time of 3:51.23, the current World Lead and the 3rd fastest Australian Mile of all time. Ryan Gregson was 3rd and close on his PB posting 3:52.38.Results https://www.instagram.com/p/CExsp3THUUe/https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/matthew-ramsden-posts-fastest-mile-time-of-the-year/ Ramsden, Gregson and Stewy McSweyn will be attempting to beat the Australian 1500m record in Ostrava on September 8. The hour-run World Record was broken twice at the Brussels Diamond League, firstly with Sifan Hassan recording 18.930km. Brigid Kosgei was alongside Hassan, but was disqualified afterwards for stepping inside the track.Mo Farah then took centre stage setting the new World Record of 21.330km, splitting the half marathon mark in 59:28 https://www.instagram.com/p/CEu7fnBn_12/ Brussels Diamond League Results Peres Jepchirchir sets a new women-only half marathon record of 1:05:34 in Prague in an invitation-only event showcasing the Adidas Adizero Adios Pro. Kibiwott Kandie won the event outright in 58:37.Olympic Channel Report Queensland Cross Country Championship held in Limestone Park taken out by Louis McAfee & Cara Woolnough. https://www.instagram.com/p/CEvZFfjApj8/ Joshua Cheptegei to attempt to break the 10000m World Record of 26:17.53 in Valencia on October 7. https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/joshua-cheptegei-to-have-a-crack-at-10000m-world-record-valencia-october-7/ Athletics Australia Head Coach Christian Malcolm departs. AA Statement Steigen World Mile Challenge concludes with Jack Bruce and Linden Hall atop the leaderboard. https://www.instagram.com/p/CE1BqjwHu8b/ Final World Mile Challenge Leaderboard Moose lets his brain Loose listing everything a runner’s brain goes through when they’re not running. Ellie Pashley joins in from the Road to Nowhere providing an update on her training and answers questions on her preparations for London, how different this campaign is compared to others, sponsorship, the coaching dynamic between her and Julian and strategies to get through post-race quarantine. Patreon Link: https://www.patreon.com/insiderunningpodcast Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com For shoes or running apparel contact Julian at: https://www.facebook.com/therunningcompanyballarat/ Join the conversation at: https://www.facebook.com/insiderunningpodcast/ To donate and show your support for the show: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=9K9WQCZNA2KAN
Today I welcome Ellie Pashley who is a Physio and 2021 Olympic hopeful after achieving a qualifying time in both the 10,000m and marathon. We discuss running mechanics, stride length, cadence, running shoes, the barefoot movement, orthotics, running volume and much more.