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The Endure Stronger Podcast

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The Endure Stronger Podcast

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Sam MacIntosh

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Sam MacIntosh and Laura Rutterford discuss nutrition, strength training, and mindset for runners. Featuring very special guests every other week.Send your questions to sam@endurestronger.com and we’ll answer them on air!

Latest Episodes

3. Can Lifting Weights Replace Long Slow Distance Mileage?

This week on the Endure Stronger podcast, we dig into the benefits of strength training and CrossFit Endurance workouts for runners, and whether the case can be made for switching long, slow distance workouts for shorter, more intense sessions in the gym. Our conclusion is decidedly partisan. In a world that can't agree on much these days, we believe both the CFE method and the LSD method are awesome - as long as your movement is high quality, you're injury-free, and you're getting a good amount of enjoyment from your training. Listen to the podcast to hear a thorough examination of both sides of the weight debate, some relentless mythbusting, and some principles to consider if you're thinking about switching up your training to include weight work. We enjoyed this one - hope you do too. -Sam and Laura Join our Facebook community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/strongenduranceathletesunite/ For more information on Brian Mackenzie, go to https://powerspeedendurance.com/ For more information on Matt Fitzgerald and the 80/20 method, go to https://www.8020endurance.com/ For some background on the weight debate, see this RW article: https://www.runnersworld.com/uk/training/a26626352/can-weights-replace-mileage/

52 MIN1 w ago
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3. Can Lifting Weights Replace Long Slow Distance Mileage?

2. Rhys Jenkins: 135-Mile Ultra Runner, £50k Fundraiser and All-Round Nice Dude

Rhys Jenkins is a seasoned ultra marathon fanatic, and owner of Pegasus Ultra Running races. (www.pegasusultrarunning.com) He’s spent the last decade building an impressive resume of ultra running feats, including the Badwater 135 mile ultra in the California desert , the 145 MILE GUCR, 145 MILE KACR and 135 MILE LLRC CANALSLAM as well as a 2,000 mile run across the USA. Rhys has raised over £50,000 for charity and is an ambassador for the Cystic Fibrosis Warriors charity. In recognition of his charity work, Rhys was honoured as an Olympic torch bearer for the London 2012 games. We met Rhys and his wife Cerys at the Birmingham Running Show and knew we had to have him on. His message of inclusivity for all in ultra and dogged work ethic (he collapsed on mile 40 of a 135 mile ultra in the hottest place on earth - and kept going) is an inspiration to us all.

49 MIN2 w ago
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2. Rhys Jenkins: 135-Mile Ultra Runner, £50k Fundraiser and All-Round Nice Dude

1. National Running Show Recap

Sam and Laura recap their experience at the new #runshow2020, talking about the latest developments in the running community, hot new trends, exciting start ups in run tech, and more.

40 MIN2 w ago
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1. National Running Show Recap

You DO Have Time For Your Health: On Digital Minimalism

Sam talks about “Digital Minimalism” by Cal Newport, and how you DO have time for your health.

13 MIN2019 JUN 8
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You DO Have Time For Your Health: On Digital Minimalism

Why You Should Never Aim for Rapid Fat Loss

Sam discusses why aiming for 2lbs +/ week of fat loss is a bad idea.

7 MIN2019 APR 6
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Why You Should Never Aim for Rapid Fat Loss

How Dedicated Are You to Your Performance?

Are you dedicated to performance? Or do you just love to train?

15 MIN2019 MAR 27
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How Dedicated Are You to Your Performance?

How to Create a Calorie Deficit

Calculations: for TDEE, times bodyweight in kg x 22 by activity level. Activity level is either 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 1.8, 2.0.

11 MIN2019 MAR 22
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How to Create a Calorie Deficit
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Latest Episodes

3. Can Lifting Weights Replace Long Slow Distance Mileage?

This week on the Endure Stronger podcast, we dig into the benefits of strength training and CrossFit Endurance workouts for runners, and whether the case can be made for switching long, slow distance workouts for shorter, more intense sessions in the gym. Our conclusion is decidedly partisan. In a world that can't agree on much these days, we believe both the CFE method and the LSD method are awesome - as long as your movement is high quality, you're injury-free, and you're getting a good amount of enjoyment from your training. Listen to the podcast to hear a thorough examination of both sides of the weight debate, some relentless mythbusting, and some principles to consider if you're thinking about switching up your training to include weight work. We enjoyed this one - hope you do too. -Sam and Laura Join our Facebook community at https://www.facebook.com/groups/strongenduranceathletesunite/ For more information on Brian Mackenzie, go to https://powerspeedendurance.com/ For more information on Matt Fitzgerald and the 80/20 method, go to https://www.8020endurance.com/ For some background on the weight debate, see this RW article: https://www.runnersworld.com/uk/training/a26626352/can-weights-replace-mileage/

52 MIN1 w ago
Comments
3. Can Lifting Weights Replace Long Slow Distance Mileage?

2. Rhys Jenkins: 135-Mile Ultra Runner, £50k Fundraiser and All-Round Nice Dude

Rhys Jenkins is a seasoned ultra marathon fanatic, and owner of Pegasus Ultra Running races. (www.pegasusultrarunning.com) He’s spent the last decade building an impressive resume of ultra running feats, including the Badwater 135 mile ultra in the California desert , the 145 MILE GUCR, 145 MILE KACR and 135 MILE LLRC CANALSLAM as well as a 2,000 mile run across the USA. Rhys has raised over £50,000 for charity and is an ambassador for the Cystic Fibrosis Warriors charity. In recognition of his charity work, Rhys was honoured as an Olympic torch bearer for the London 2012 games. We met Rhys and his wife Cerys at the Birmingham Running Show and knew we had to have him on. His message of inclusivity for all in ultra and dogged work ethic (he collapsed on mile 40 of a 135 mile ultra in the hottest place on earth - and kept going) is an inspiration to us all.

49 MIN2 w ago
Comments
2. Rhys Jenkins: 135-Mile Ultra Runner, £50k Fundraiser and All-Round Nice Dude

1. National Running Show Recap

Sam and Laura recap their experience at the new #runshow2020, talking about the latest developments in the running community, hot new trends, exciting start ups in run tech, and more.

40 MIN2 w ago
Comments
1. National Running Show Recap

You DO Have Time For Your Health: On Digital Minimalism

Sam talks about “Digital Minimalism” by Cal Newport, and how you DO have time for your health.

13 MIN2019 JUN 8
Comments
You DO Have Time For Your Health: On Digital Minimalism

Why You Should Never Aim for Rapid Fat Loss

Sam discusses why aiming for 2lbs +/ week of fat loss is a bad idea.

7 MIN2019 APR 6
Comments
Why You Should Never Aim for Rapid Fat Loss

How Dedicated Are You to Your Performance?

Are you dedicated to performance? Or do you just love to train?

15 MIN2019 MAR 27
Comments
How Dedicated Are You to Your Performance?

How to Create a Calorie Deficit

Calculations: for TDEE, times bodyweight in kg x 22 by activity level. Activity level is either 1.2, 1.4, 1.6, 1.8, 2.0.

11 MIN2019 MAR 22
Comments
How to Create a Calorie Deficit
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