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The Extramilest Podcast

Floris Gierman

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The Extramilest Podcast
The Extramilest Podcast

The Extramilest Podcast

Floris Gierman

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The Extramilest Podcast helps athletes reach their full potential in training, racing and life. Interviews with world class athletes, coaches and rukus makers about health, wellness and performance. Hosted by endurance athlete Floris Gierman.

Latest Episodes

#18: Dr. Mark Cucuzzella on MAF HR Training, Running Form & Injury Prevention

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella has ran 25 Boston Marathons! He ran a Sub 3 Hour Marathon for 30 consecutive years and his personal best is 2:24. He is also a doctor, university professor in family medicine and a Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Force Reserves, designing programs to reduce running injuries in military personnel. In this episode we take a deep dive into: * Low HR training using the MAF 180 formula * runninginjury prevention * running form * footwear * stretching and much more.

61 MIN6 days ago
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#18: Dr. Mark Cucuzzella on MAF HR Training, Running Form & Injury Prevention

#17: Heart Rate Training with 2:21 Marathoner Jason Cherriman

Jason Cherriman (Strava) is a 38 year old elite runner from Leeds in the UK. His current marathon PB is 2:21 and he is trying to break 2:20 at the London Marathon this Sunday! In today’sExtramilest Show, he shares many recommendations for marathoners looking to improve.We take a deep dive into heart rate training, aerobic development, measuring various data points, heat training, tapering and more. I made a lot of notes for my own upcoming training blocks and excited to share this episode!

84 MIN3 weeks ago
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#17: Heart Rate Training with 2:21 Marathoner Jason Cherriman

#16: Race Faster by Training Slower, with 2:28 Marathoner Josh Sambrook

“You don’t need speedwork. I can think of many examples of very quick runners who do effectively almost no speedwork” - Josh S Josh Sambrook is a 23 year old running coach and athlete from Leeds in the UK. He ran his first marathon at the age of 17, and he has completed 12 marathons since. His current PB is 2h28min. He has accomplished very fast marathon race times, while training at low HR, with almost no speedwork. Josh shares his training and racing + many tips for runners looking to improve

58 MINAPR 19
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#16: Race Faster by Training Slower, with 2:28 Marathoner Josh Sambrook

Latest Episodes

#18: Dr. Mark Cucuzzella on MAF HR Training, Running Form & Injury Prevention

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella has ran 25 Boston Marathons! He ran a Sub 3 Hour Marathon for 30 consecutive years and his personal best is 2:24. He is also a doctor, university professor in family medicine and a Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Force Reserves, designing programs to reduce running injuries in military personnel. In this episode we take a deep dive into: * Low HR training using the MAF 180 formula * runninginjury prevention * running form * footwear * stretching and much more.

61 MIN6 days ago
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#18: Dr. Mark Cucuzzella on MAF HR Training, Running Form & Injury Prevention

#17: Heart Rate Training with 2:21 Marathoner Jason Cherriman

Jason Cherriman (Strava) is a 38 year old elite runner from Leeds in the UK. His current marathon PB is 2:21 and he is trying to break 2:20 at the London Marathon this Sunday! In today’sExtramilest Show, he shares many recommendations for marathoners looking to improve.We take a deep dive into heart rate training, aerobic development, measuring various data points, heat training, tapering and more. I made a lot of notes for my own upcoming training blocks and excited to share this episode!

84 MIN3 weeks ago
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#17: Heart Rate Training with 2:21 Marathoner Jason Cherriman

#16: Race Faster by Training Slower, with 2:28 Marathoner Josh Sambrook

“You don’t need speedwork. I can think of many examples of very quick runners who do effectively almost no speedwork” - Josh S Josh Sambrook is a 23 year old running coach and athlete from Leeds in the UK. He ran his first marathon at the age of 17, and he has completed 12 marathons since. His current PB is 2h28min. He has accomplished very fast marathon race times, while training at low HR, with almost no speedwork. Josh shares his training and racing + many tips for runners looking to improve

58 MINAPR 19
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#16: Race Faster by Training Slower, with 2:28 Marathoner Josh Sambrook
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