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Nov 12, 2019

I was honored to have Dr. Mark Cucuzzella for this episode. We covered a bunch of topics, including nutrition for runners, low carb vs high/moderate carb, how focusing on nutrition first can help those who are more sedentary feel like exercising, and the Nike Vaporfly controversy. 

I've always thought of Dr. Mark as a...


Oct 8, 2019

HIIPA stands for High Intensity Incidental Physical Activity, and it could be the secret to helping millions of Americans improve their health. People who have not yet formed a consistent exercise habit often claim they don’t have the time, and HIIPA removes that barrier to exercise. With HIIPA, there is no minimum...


Oct 1, 2019

Today I’m talking with Meg Hirshberg, the founder and president of a nonprofit organization, the Anticancer Lifestyle Foundation (ALF).  ALF maintains and disseminates the Anticancer Lifestyle Program, which is a lifestyle transformation program for cancer survivors.  Program participants are given the tools and...


Sep 24, 2019

Fartlek is Swedish for “speed play,” and by definition, it should be unstructured. I like to think of fartlek runs as an opportunity for my athletes to get in some speed work without the stress of feeling like they need to hit specific interval times. When I write training plans for more experienced runners, I...


Sep 19, 2019

How do you make time in your day for running, foam rolling, yoga, stretching... and all the other things you're supposed to do as an athlete? In this episode, we'll talk about creating routines, working exercises into your day in small bursts, and the power of using a journal to get in touch with how all the "little...