#57 No, you aren’t lazy

September 8, 2017

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What are you really saying, when you say "I'm just lazy"?

This week on the podcast I talk about why you aren't really lazy and why you should probably stop telling yourself that you are. I also talk a bit about how those things that you say you want to change might actually be serving a purpose, and until you know what that purpose is, you might feel a bit stuck.

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#56 How to train for a marathon (or anything) when you are time poor

August 25, 2017

This week, I am talking about a question that came up on Twitter

If you work full time and have family responsibilities can you really train for a marathon?

The answer is yes, but it's also maybe, and do you want to. But there are some great ways to save yourself time

Split runs - I talk about when to use split runs and if they are just as effective as continuous runs
Help a hangry runner out - How to make sure you always have something nutrient dense to eat
Getting creatie with your schedule.

AND most importantly, you need less training than you think you do.

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#55 Meet Sarah: Accidental Marathon Runner

August 18, 2017

This week we are talking to Sarah

And we are talking about the Paris Marathon. And there are actual castles and forests involved. But before we get to that, we talk a bit about why she started running, what made her want to sign up for a marathon, and what would make her want to do ita ll over again at Melbourne this year.

If you are going to be running one of the Melbourne events, check out our event page so you can stay up to date with everyone!

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#54 So, you are injured. Here’s what to do next.

August 11, 2017

This week, we are talking injury.

  • Getting a specific, actionable diagnosis
  • Treating your rehab as your training and with the same level of commitment
  • Working out what where the steps that lead you to injury, and how you can prevent that from happening in the future
  • Maintaining routines
  • Building the foundations that will support your running in the future.

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#53 KIrsten Runs UTA

August 4, 2017

This week Kirsten talks to me about running UTA

And she's warning you that UTA is a gateway drug and shares what run is currently pulling at her for next year.

I also refer to this article by Lauren Fleshman, called, I Run Like a Girl.

Got something you'd like to chat about? You can email me here, or head into the community group here.

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#52 What is your story?

July 28, 2017

This week, someone in Far and Fast was talking to me about the podcasts

And she told me how much she loved Ness' interview, but where was my story? I replied, 'what story', because I'm occasionally dense like that. And the more I thought about my story the more overwhelmed I was about putting it out there into the universe.

But here it is, anyway. I won't say much about it because I made multiple attempts at recording it, some of it was hard to say, and some of it was hard for me to hear myself saying. Mostly it just makes me think of that woman that I was, who had to work so hard to walk into a 24 hour gym, who had to be so brave and fearless in an environment that's engineered to tell her she didn't belong. And she did it over and over and over. I have no idea where she found the strength. Everything I do now is so easy by comparison, because of her.

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#51The One Where Ness Ran 100km

July 20, 2017

This week, Ness is back!

And we are talking about what it's really like to run 100km. We talk about how she felt going into it after her last (very) long run, how she felt going into such an epic run, support crew shenanigans and would she do it again?

You can follow Ness on facebook and instagram. And you can check out her interview on Sparta Chicks Radio too!

And I had a bit of surprise news this week too!

It's been a huge week! And I talk a bit about some of the exciting things that have been happening in Operation Move land. But if you want to skip to the juicy bit you can do that here.

It was pretty incredible to be honoured by some of the women that I admire the most and to be put forward for that honour by the most amazing women I know.

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#50 The Secret Life of Motivation

July 11, 2017

This week it is the 50th episode!

And to celebrate, I'm talking about why motivation isn't as mysterious as you might think it is. And how The Hulk can help you to understand it better.

If you'd like to chat or have a question, head into the community group or email me.

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#49 Meet Jane: Road Runner, Trail Runner, parkrunner and Marathoner in training

July 7, 2017

This week, I am talking to Jane

I love a good running origin story. This week, I'm talking to Jane about why she started running and what kept her going. We talk a bit about her experiences of running the Great Ocean Road (twice) and what she's learned along the way. Jane is such an active part of our community, I know you will all love to hear her voice and find out a bit more about her story.

And I talk a little bit about what happened on the Gold Coast too. Just in case by some miracle you haven't been instagram-spammed with all of the things.

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#48 Taper crazy? How to develop mental resilience in your final week

June 28, 2017

This week, I'm talking about the taper

We have so many people heading to the Gold Coast this week and for many people the end of the training cycle is the most mentally challenging. It's where all the doubts come in. Phantom illnesses come in. Phantom injuries. And in general you spend way too much time thinking about how everything could go horribly wrong.

So this week I'm talking about getting your mental resilience game strong for your final week before an event.

And if you are coming to the Gold Coast, pop into the Community group and let us know!

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