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Once you can train your mind you can train your body and the previously unthinkable becomes reality. InnerFight's Marcus Smith ...


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November 16, 2019 10:51 PM PST

#007
Endurance coaches Tom Walker and Rob Jones welcome you to The Run Strong Podcast. A show to discuss topics to educate and inspire runners. From couch-to-5k'rs, triathletes, up to multi-stage ultra runners this podcast will interest you. Each topic show is followed by a Q&A show, making the podcast interactive and relevant to you, the listener.

This weeks show is a topic show all based on recovery. The boys chat through what recovery is, there mental aspect, the physical aspect and some strategies to help you recover faster. What works? What doesn’t work? What is a complete waste of your time and money? Find out in todays show. If you have any questions please send them in to @ifendurance on instagram or mail endurance@innerfight.com.

Want to know more about the Run Strong program? www.innerfight.com/runstrong

#RunStrong

November 13, 2019 09:43 PM PST

I haven’t done a listener Q&A recently but have been asked a few questions over and over the last few weeks so thought I would share these with you and maybe a few thoughts to get you thinking! After a few news updates we jump into:

• I feel like I am not progressing in my fitness, what can I do? What should I change?
• Why am I doing it? Figuring out your motivation behind your actions.
• I know I have time but I still am not able to make everything fit. What should I do?
• My job increasingly feels like a means to an end. I can’t quit as I need the stability and money. What can I do?
• Making life changing decisions based on a 90 minute documentary.

Thanks for the continued support of the show and have a great day.
Marcus

November 09, 2019 11:41 PM PST

Endurance coaches Tom Walker and Rob Jones welcome you to The Run Strong Podcast. A show to discuss topics to educate and inspire runners. From couch-to-5k'rs, triathletes, up to multi-stage ultra runners this podcast will interest you. Each topic show is followed by a Q&A show, making the podcast interactive and relevant to you, the listener.

This week is question week! The boys answer some questions sent in. Fuelling for a marathon. The long run for a marathon. Running mechanics and muscle activity. Recovering after an ultra. Got anything to add or further questions? Send them in to @ifendurance on instagram or mail endurance@innerfight.com.

Want to know more about the Run Strong program? www.innerfight.com/runstrong

#RunStrong

November 06, 2019 09:57 PM PST

Greg Boucher moved to Dubai in 1999 for 3 years with the objective of opening and running one of Dubai’s first independent health clubs. Fast forward 20 years and he is the founder and CEO of MEFIT and has a number of tales to tell about the evolution of the fitness industry both locally in Dubai and also on a wider scale.

Greg has been a driving force behind ensuring and delivering high education standards for fitness professionals across the region and this is something he remains passionate about. He brings these individuals together on an annual basis and has done since 2003 in the form of the MEFIT Summit, a 3 day event held in Dubai on 14,15,16th November open to fitness professionals and the general public.

I first met Greg in 2000 shortly after he arrived in Dubai and he has always been a benchmark of the industry here through his company MEFIT. Not sure why I have not had him on the show before as he has so much knowledge and some really solid opinions on the industry. I am confident that this chat will benefit everyone that listens to it, not just those that work in the industry.

Connect with MEFIT
https://www.mefitsummit.net/
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mefitpro/

November 03, 2019 01:28 AM PST

This week is topic week! The boys discuss a new female 24hr run record and a disgraceful disqualification over a hijab in the USA before getting into their main topic of the show, how to be more efficient with your training time. Let us know if it has helped you at all or what ways you have to be more time efficient?

Got questions for next weeks show? Send them in to @ifendurance on instagram or mail endurance@innerfight.com.

#RunStrong

October 31, 2019 12:20 AM PDT

In this show we go deep into self awareness a topic that Alan is well read on and breaks down in simple detail as we talk about the negative stigma around getting help from counsellors and that we should embrace the opportunity to learn more about ourselves to be great human beings. Winning is also something that Alan focusses on and of course I ask him about participation medals and rewarding people for mediocre performance. I loved chatting to Alan and hope you guys enjoy the show.

Alan Stein, Jr. teaches proven strategies to improve organizational performance, create effective leadership, increase team cohesion and collaboration, and develop winning mindsets, rituals, and routines.
As a successful business owner and veteran basketball performance coach, Alan spent 15+ years working with the highest-performing athletes on the planet (including NBA superstar Kevin Durant). As a keynote speaker and the author of Raise Your Game: High Performance Secrets from the Best of the Best, he now transfers that vast experience to help businesses and organizations develop championship-level performance, leadership, culture, and accountability.
Alan is a dynamic storyteller who delivers practical lessons that can be implemented immediately. His customized programs reveal how to utilize the same approaches in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level.
In this show we go deep into self awareness a topic that Alan is well read on and breaks down in simple detail as we talk about the negative stigma around getting help from counsellors and that we should embrace the opportunity to learn more about ourselves to be great human beings. Winning is also something that Alan focusses on and of course I ask him about participation medals and rewarding people for mediocre performance. I loved chatting to Alan and hope you guys enjoy the show.
https://alansteinjr.com/
https://www.instagram.com/alansteinjr/
https://raiseyourgamebook.com/

October 26, 2019 11:44 PM PDT

#004. Endurance sport, where next?

Endurance coaches Tom Walker and Rob Jones welcome you to The Run Strong Podcast. A show to discuss topics to educate and inspire runners. From couch-to-5k'rs, triathletes, up to multi-stage ultra runners this podcast will interest you. Each topic show is followed by a Q&A show, making the podcast interactive and relevant to you, the listener.

This week is question week! The boys answer questions on Interval training for beginners, the different avenues of endurance and how much to train for 5 & 10km races.

Want to join us on our ultra running camps? Email RJ@innerfight.com

Got questions for next weeks show? Send them in to @ifendurance on instagram or mail endurance@innerfight.com.

#RunStrong

October 23, 2019 11:02 PM PDT

Chris Duffin was born and grew up homeless in the Pacific Northwest wilderness. He was raised in an abusive and chaotic household where his childhood was composed of skinning rattlesnakes, foraging for food, and protecting his sisters and mother. In high school, he was a star athlete and straight-A student who earned a full ride to college where he graduated at the top of his class. He did this while working full-time and taking care of his 3 younger sisters who he had taken custody of because he couldn't stand to see them live in such a toxic and violent environment. Chris worked his way up the ladder and became a corporate executive in the aerospace, automotive, and high-tech manufacturing industry. In 2014 he quit his career to start Kabuki Strength, an organization that stands on 4 pillars: strength equipment, education, coaching, and charity.

During a long and tenured powerlifting career, Chris held numerous all-time world records and became one of the strongest pound-for-pound powerlifters in the world. Today as an exhibition lifter, he is one of the strongest men to walk the planet and holds the Guinness World Record for the heaviest sumo deadlift of all time (1001 pounds for almost 3 repetitions) along with numerous other feats of strength that have been watched by millions of people. As part of a charity fundraiser for the Special Olympics chapter in Oregon, Chris squatted 800lbs every day for 30 days straight, and attempted to do the same with an 880lb deadlift – only to tear his hamstring on the 18th day. Chris is currently training to become the lightest, and oldest person in history to squat over 1000 pounds.

Connect with Chris:
https://christopherduffin.com/
https://store.kabukistrength.net/
https://www.instagram.com/mad_scientist_duffin/

Get Chris’s book here
https://www.amazon.com/Eagle-Dragon-Story-Strength-Reinvention/dp/1544501927

October 19, 2019 11:47 PM PDT

Rob return for this weeks show alongside Tom. They chat through Robs experience at Ultra X Jordan, the recent multi day 250km stage race he achieved 4th in. He also gives us insight into how 14 fo the IF Endurance ultra athletes got on. They boys then discuss the Ineos 1.59 challenge, is it doping to have that much support to run sub 2? Tell us your thoughts at @ifendurance on instagram or mail endurance@innerfight.com.
Also covered is the Women’s marathon world record set in Chicago on Oct 13th, bringing the long standing Paula Radcliff record to an end and the recent updates on the closing down of the Nike Oregon project after head coach Alberto Salazar was found guilty of doping his athletes.

Got questions for next weeks show? Send them in to @ifendurance on instagram or mail endurance@innerfight.com.

#RunStrong

October 17, 2019 12:59 AM PDT

“The Big Dance on the Big Island” as it is known to many took place last weekend in Kona Hawaii but what actually is it. For some it is the pinnacle of their career, for others a place they dream to one day reach. Every October the world Ironman championships are held on the Island of Kona, the birthplace of this grueling endurance event which constitutes a 3.8km swim, 180km bike ride and then a 42.2km run. Some people have deemed Ironman distance triathlon the ultimate test of human endurance and it was with that in mind that this lethal combination of disciplines and distances was born as a few mates each representing the different disciplines argues who in fact was the fittest or best endurance athlete.

In this show I chat to our resident endurance coach about this years event, how it panned out, why the island of Kona is so magical and the fact that we saw a world record tumble at the race this weekend. There is something truly amazing about this sport in that the professionals and amateurs race in the same race at the same time, this is a huge goal of Tom’s and he gives us further insights into his inspiration and potential timelines until he gets to dance on the big island.

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