Inspired by a listener question, we're breaking from the norm to discuss the business side of No Meat Athlete.
More specifically, how you can turn your ideas and passions into a movement or business through the internet.
Doug and I spent last weekend at the Runner's World Half and Festival in Bethlehem, PA. The races, people, and events were a total blast, but what stood out to both of us the most was a lunch chat with Deena Kastor. During that chat she talked about her struggle between juggling a career as an elite runner, and being a mother.
In today's episode, we discuss our own struggles between balancing the things we love, and what we can learn from Deena's approach.
Last week episode of No Meat Athlete Radio was all about running faster. This week we're exploring the other big improvement runners desire ... running farther.
Let's face it, a new distance is intimidating. Each new mile is uncharted territory.
How will it affect your body and mind? Do you need to eat or drink more while on the run? And how on Earth do you make time for all the training?
Our goal with today's episode is not only to answer those common questions, but provide you with a better understanding of how you can start running farther, and achieving your goals.
Wish you could run faster? I think we pretty much all do.
After my first marathon was a bust, I needed to improve by over 100 minutes in order to reach my Boston Qualifying goal. And you know what? I did it.
But it wasn't easy.
In today's episode, Doug and I discuss the common mistakes that keep runners from improving their running speed, and what steps and workouts will actually make you faster.
In today's episode, Doug and I bring back Sid Garza-Hillman, one of the most popular guests we've had on No Meat Athlete Radio. And of course, his charm doesn't disappoint.
We discuss meal planning, approaching the natural diet, ultrarunning, and showering. More specifically, why Sid doesn't shower.
This is one of those episodes you really don't want to miss.