28. Dr. Gavin McClean (PhD, Bsc) @running_smarter - How YOU can be running SMARTER - Exercise Physiologist, Avid Runner.
What to expect in this Episode: Top Tips that we as runners - may not not know but should know Benefits of HIIT Training Chronic:Acute Workload Importance of an A, B and C Race/Goal SMART and SMARTER goal setting What is Running Smarter.. what it could offer you as a runner Heart Rate Training & Variables Strength Training ideals for runners Benefits of running slow to run fast the Big debate of Stretching! Importance of Warming up/cooling down Gavin’s Big Goal for 2020! The Big Debate of StretchingLinksRunning Awards - To Vote for Not Another Runner Podcast[Remember - placing 3 votes can get you a Running Discounthttp://therunningawards.com/#vote Blogs > Vlog, Pod and Microblog > Not Another Runner PodcastGavin McCleanhttps://www.runningsmarter.co.uk/ https://www.instagram.com/running_smarter/ https://linktr.ee/running_smarterAcute : Chronic Workload [via the British Journal of Sports Medicine]https://bjsm.bmj.com/content/50/4/231Natalie - Not Another RunnerInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/notanotherrunner/Blog:https://notanotherrunner.home.blog/Podcast Insightshttps://www.podcastinsights.com/podcast-statistics/
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17. Sophie Power @Ultra_sophie - Mother Runner, Ultramarathoner, Entrepeneur, Impact Marathon Ambassador | "Just Say YES! If something sounds crazy, just say yes - you never know what might happen!"
[External Links at bottom of page] Sophie started running 2009, she found herself signing up to the infamous Marathon des Sables before she had even run a mile, having been inspired by a friend who’d completed the multi stage event of 250+ over 7 days in 50+ degrees Celsius. Sophie has accomplished so many incredible things, including a Full Ironman with only 9 months of training, a Spartathlon - 155 mile non-stop race, Nepal Multi Stage Ultramarathon, Impact Marathon, Transgrancanaria Ultramarathon, Spine Fusion 270 mile unaided race, and a whopping 40 Ultramarathons in total. in 2018 Sophie had qualified again for UTMB, having been unable to defer her entry to the prestigious Ultramarathon in 2014, Sophie was determined to make the start line in 2018, but the logistics soon found her just 3 months Postpartum for Race Day! Incredibly, Sophie made the start line, and was able to complete the race - all while breast feeding along the way. Sophie attributes her ability to complete this epic Ultramarathon not only to her resilience and having a true, and meaningful goal, but furthermore the team she chooses to surround herself with, and the important factor of goals and shared goals within her marriage and family. Her outlook on her achievements is incredibly humbling, and a credit to who Sophie is as a person. Tune in to hear more about the following: - How Sophie first got into running - How Sophie found herself signing up to Marathon des Sables having only ever ran a mile before How Sophie’s first race was an ultra marathon. - Initially qualifying for UTMB in 2014 but was unable to participate - How she qualified for UTMB a second time - but would be three months postpartum Her initial UTMB goal and why she changed her goal What Sophie really thinks of the UTMB Photo that went viral The importance of engineering a good support network How her and her husband are able to share their joy for endurance events Nepal Multi Stage Marathon Iceland How Sophie signed up and completed an Ironman in just 9 months Why you can’t compare in Ultramarathons The Spine Fusion 270 Mile Race - unsupported race Links: Sophie’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ultra_sophie/ https://www.runnersworld.com/uk/training/motivation/a776612/sophie-power-interview/ Marathon des Sables - https://marathondessables.co.uk/ Impact Marathon https://www.impactmarathon.com/ Spine Fusion Ultra Stage 268 Mile Race along Penine Way https://thespinerace.com/ Natalie - Not Another Runner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notanotherrunner/ Blog: https://notanotherrunner.home.blog/ Easy Thrills Podcast https://anchor.fm/easythrills Interview with Easy Thrills Podcast https://anchor.fm/easythrills/episodes/Natalie-Hawkins---Not-another-runner-e488pg
15 Sep 2019
30. Gabe Cox - Red Hot Mindset “helping others break through the mental barriers in the race of life ; We are more capable than we think” - Boston Qualifier and Finisher, Author and Mindset Coach
Gabe Cox is married and mother to three boys, she is a Runner, and an author from Minnesota America. She is also a Gymnastics and Running Coach, and a Mindset Coach. Gabe’s Brand:Red Hot Mindset was set up to help others break through mental barriers in the race of life; to break down those barriers in pursuit of a goal. Gabe’s mission to help others overcome their mental barriers in life to achieve their goals. And we get to chat all things goal orientated, running related - we speak about Gabe’s Book Mind Over Marathon, and how it can help you, and we talk about her Marathon story and how she managed to qualify for Boston and get a 42 minute PB!!This chat was so empowering and up-lifting. Just before me and Gabe recorded - I had had a couple of rocky days and definitely didn’t feel myself, so I’m hoping I still managed to deliver as well as could be considering the circumstances at the time.Despite this I loved chatting with Gabe and honestly felt like she had read my mind with several things she mentioned including the noteworthy mention of community - I said not long ago how vitally important this is in order for us to achieve our goals, and the importance of being kind and supportive in each other’s pursuits… so I hope you find your cheerleaders, as Gabe mentions in this chat, because THAT is what we all need - others who motivate and inspire us and encourage us with our goals, not the opposite. I really hope you enjoy this chat, and take away a great deal from it, as I did, let me know if you enjoyed… speak soon!What to expectGabe’s background - how she became a coach and specifically a Mindset coachWhat Gabe and Ret Hot Mindset can offerHow being busy can be detrimental to us, and why we should tactfully review and eliminate certain roles and tasks from lifePrioritising : “We don’t have to be ‘ALL’ to everybody”Making Sure we take time for ourselvesWhy Visualisation is so important especially while racingthe Power of Positivity and AffirmationsHow Gabe went from 4:12- 3:30 in the Marathon, qualifying for Boston on her third attemptImportance of having something else lined up after a Major Goal/EventBiggest lesson learnt from the Marathon, her BQ and her experienceDo’s and Don’ts to Marathon TrainingTop three tips with achieving GoalsLinksRunning AwardsTo Vote for Not Another Runner Podcast:[Remember - placing 3 votes can get you a Running Discount]http://therunningawards.com/#voteGabe CoxRed Hot Mindsethttps://www.instagram.com/redhotmindset/ http://www.redhotmindset.com/Natalie - Not Another RunnerInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/notanotherrunner/Blog/Facebookhttps://linktr.ee/notanotherrunner https://www.facebook.com/notanotherrunner
10 Mar 2020
24. Liz Warner - Run to Reach. A Woman on a Mission. 30 Marathons before 30 raising money for local charities globally - Supporting & Empowering Women. "Say yes to a crazy idea!"
Today's guest is Liz Warner, a 29 year old woman with a major mission. Liz has challenged herself to complete 30 Marathons before she turns 30 in June 2020, but not only that - she created this mission: Run to Reach. Running the Marathons in different locations across the World and raising money for local charities, supporting women-focussed NGO's in each of the countries. In her words she's "Helping locally by running globally." Liz does not class herself as fast runner, and her purpose and her #WhyIRun is far more profound than chasing times and PB's, striving for calm: for a peaceful flow of mind, Liz states "it's far more than putting one foot in front of the other." By the end of the mission Liz will have completed marathons in 30 different locations including Western Sahara, Guatemala, Mongolia, Sierra Leone, Chile, and Antarctica, When Liz Thought up this idea and challenge - she was on her honeymoon, and hoped to continue working freelance to fit in with the project. Liz has since had to take time out of work as the mission has required her time and dedication. Despite completing 14 Marathons this year and travelling across the world, and to some remote and less developed countries and areas of the world, the hardest and most demanding part of the project for Liz has been the administrative side of this mission; the work required to liaising with all 20 different NGO's and organising flights, accommodation and everything that goes with the logistics required to support this mission and make it possible. If you aren’t convinced yet to support Liz and her mission and her goal of raising $100,000 - then please listen to Liz’ story; what motivates and inspires her. Towards the end of the show I ask her for three pieces of advice to give to others to take away in life - something that we should all listen to. And remember you can say YES to a crazy idea, you will never know where it may take you in life. Links Liz Warner https://www.instagram.com/runtoreach/ http://runtoreach.com/about/ To donate: https://fundly.com/runtoreach https://www.facebook.com/runtoreach/ Natalie - Not Another Runner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notanotherrunner/ Blog: https://notanotherrunner.home.blog/
28 Nov 2019
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11. Part 2. Lizzie Dimond - Runnerof4 - Novice Runner to 3:12 Marathoner in just 2 years, and while 9 months postpartum!
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11. Part 1. Lizzie Dimond - Runnerof4 - Novice Runner to 3:12 Marathoner in just 2 years, and while 9 months postpartum!
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21 Aug 2019
19. James Dunn @MorningCoffe - Determined Endurance Athlete. From non-runner to Marathon Runner in 8 months. "Always Forward - Forward Always"
James started running August 2015 by the following year he’d ran London Marathon. James went from non-runner to Marathon Runner in just 8 months and has incredibly completed 21 marathons already in the 4 years that he has been running! James would go on to sign up to Marathon Des Sables, the infamous 220km multi-stage (over 6 days) event in the Sahara Desert, and would go on to run London Marathon just 2 weeks after and PB with 14 minutes!!!Tune in to hear all about James’ incredible story, his best tips for running a marathon, and what to avoid. James gives some sound advice during this chat, it’s clear that James runs his own race, and his reason for running is far more profound than chasing distances, times and PB’s. It was such a joy to catch up with James, and hear more from him.“If it’s an Ultra - It’s not a race, it’s an adventure.”James’ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/morningcoffeerun/James' Award Winning Blog - [2018 Personal Blog Award at the National Running Awards]https://themorningcoffeerun.com/Marathon Des Sableshttps://marathondessables.co.uk/Natalie - Not Another RunnerInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/notanotherrunner/Blog:https://notanotherrunner.home.blog/
13 Oct 2019
23. Cari Brown @therunninglifeofcari - "Running to keep the crazy at bay" - Marathon Runner
Cari started running 23 years ago, when she was 10 years old. It has played a massive part of her life, with just few interims away from running. Cari started running Track and after a a period away from running she rediscovered the sport and specifically road running in her twenties. Cari had a long-time goal to complete a Marathon before her 30th Birthday. One month away from her 29th she reminded herself of this goal, and got training. Cari is a great example of when - sometimes we need to alter our daily and weekly schedule slightly in order to juggle everything swapping her morning/evening runs to lunchtime runs. Cari tells us she is stubborn and self-motivated, She explains just how she achieved a massive PB of 13 minutes in the Marathon this year at London Marathon, achieving a time of 3:01. Like most episodes, Cari shares with us the do’s and don’t’s to Marathon Training, and her top tips to getting started with running as well as her #WhyIrun. Links: Cari’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therunninglifeofcari/ Natalie - Not Another Runner Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notanotherrunner/ Blog: https://notanotherrunner.home.blog/
23 Nov 2019
27. Ian Arnold @ianrunsldn - “you do you!” Devoted Father, Dedicated Runner Story of transformation
Ian Arnold, aka @ianrunsldn is a Runner, a Father and an SDruncrew (Sports Direct Running) He is also a Jaybird ambassador. He is a dedicated runner and devoted father, he is a brilliant character - so personable and easy to talk to. He is full of wisdom, and not afraid to speak up. Ian was a swimmer when he was younger, and played football, until he left sport and exercise behind and preferred to drink and party.. Ian nowadays though has transformed himself and his life. He was incredibly fortunate to obtain a London Marathon Ballot place in the 2016 event, this was Ian's first Ballot attempt, and his first Marathon experience. Ian's reasons for running are big, and the affect he has upon his young daughter are credit to him as a person, and his dedication to his running, and wellbeing. He is a not only a devoted father, boyfriend, and dedicated runner but he works hard and manages to juggle Marathon Training with family and life and work, and the reason he is able to do so is down to his incredible resilience and epic self-determination and of course his purpose and his Why's. He has some Big goals this year, which he tells us a little of... What else to expect:Why and How Running has changed Ian’s lifeIan’s Reason to run and his #WhyIRunIan’s very controversial (to runners) stance on Sleep and RoutineHow Ian’s active lifestyle started but then fell at they wayside until he later discovered runningWhy Ian opts to self-coachWhy we shouldn’t let a bad run consume usDo’s and Don’t to Marathon TrainingLinksRunning AwardsTo Vote for Not Another Runner Podcast:[Remember - placing 3 votes can get you a Running Discount]http://therunningawards.com/#voteIan Arnoldhttps://www.instagram.com/ianrunsldn/ www.ianrunsldn.comNatalie - Not Another Runnerhttps://www.instagram.com/notanotherrunner/https://notanotherrunner.home.blog/
8 Feb 2020
29. Rhys Jenkins - Welsh Ultrarunner, 2,000 miles across America, Grand Canal Slam; Badwater 135 - How Going slower can help you go further. "I’ve learnt a lot more from my failures than my successes
Todays guest is Rhys Jenkins, He is an ambassador for CF Warriors, an Ultrarunner from Penarth, Cardiff South wales. He was an Olympic Torch Bearer in the London Olympics in 2012, as recognition for the money he has raised for Charity, he has raised over 100,000 for charity over the years.He has completed some crazy runs during his time of running, including The 145 MILE Grand Union Canal Race, 145 MILE Kennet & avon Canal AND the 130 MILE Leeds Liverpool Canal Race - achieving the Grand CANAL SLAMHe has also ran 100 miles from Cardiff to Aberystwyth, 250 mile across Iceland, completed 270 Mile double crossing of the famous Badwater Marathon Route, in Death Valley, he went on to complete Badwater 135 Last Year… the toughest foot race there is.. AND he ran 2,000 miles across America from Boston to Austin, as his FIRST Ultramarathon and where did his love for running star? In Llanelli at the Half Marathon, in Wales, which was one of my first Half Marathons.Rhys is the Race Director of Pegasus Ultra Running - endurance races; he and his wife set up Pegasus Ultra Running, and one thing they pride themselves on - no cut off times, which I love. Rhys is such a lovely guy, he has so much time for everyone, and he is a credit to the ultra-running and running community.What to expect:How Rhys Started runningHis first Marathon Experience in Las VegasRunning 2,000 mile from Boston to Austin a 75 Day Running Challenge (Rhys’ first Ultramarathon)Running 100 Miler from Cardiff to AberystwythHis Thoughts on InjuriesTop tips for UltrarunningWhat he thinks it takes to be an endurance runnerHis incredible Challenges he has set for this year including Badwater Ultra CupPegasus UltraBadwater 135 2019 Experience and Being selected for 2020How he managed to continue @ Badwater after CollapsingBadwater 135 application processLinksRunning AwardsTo Vote for Not Another Runner Podcast:[Remember - placing 3 votes can get you a Running Discount]http://therunningawards.com/#vote Rhys JenkinsInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/rjenko11/Pegasus Ultra Running:https://www.pegasusultrarunning.com/CF Warriorshttps://www.instagram.com/cfwarriorsorg/Billy Yang’s Life in a Day - an absolute MUST WATCH (Western States 100)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYgcTJBLwsU&t=1215sNatalie - Not Another RunnerInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/notanotherrunner/Blog/Facebookhttps://linktr.ee/notanotherrunner
3 Mar 2020