The Endurance Podcast
Avoid common winter training mistakes

Avoid common winter training mistakes

November 30, 2021

In this week's podcast, we discuss how to avoid common winter training errors. Now is the time to assess your weaknesses and prepare yourself for the 2022 season... You'll be glad you did! 

Interview with Phil Sesemann

Interview with Phil Sesemann

October 13, 2021

This week we're lucky to have Phil Sesemann as our guest on the show. Phil was the first British finisher at London Marathon 2021, finishing 7th overall in a time of 2:12:58. We chat to him about his background, his training plan, the race in London, his future in marathon running and his famous dog. 

Ironman 70.3 winner James Scott Farrington

Ironman 70.3 winner James Scott Farrington

September 28, 2021

We interview local lad James Scott Farrington who lead the field home at the recent UK 70.3 event in Bolton. We discuss training with the Brownlees, going from a non-swimmer to leading out of the water and what the future holds now he has a pro licence. 

Episode 22: Ironman UK Review

Episode 22: Ironman UK Review

July 8, 2021

This week we review IMUK weekend and talk tapering, performance, recovery and the Ironman blues... In 'tweets of the week' Mike continues his dominance, with another finely tuned performance.

Episode 21: The pre-season slump!

Episode 21: The pre-season slump!

May 16, 2021

In this week's episode we discuss the 'pre-season slump'... You'd think as races are about to start, people would be raring to go, but this in fact is one of the common times that people often feel a bit flat and lack motivation. In other news, Mike continues his domination of 'tweets of the week'

Episode 20: Like a broken record…

Episode 20: Like a broken record…

April 9, 2021

We're back with The Endurance Podcast episode 20 and this week the competition hots up for tweets of the week. We discuss NSAIDS in sport, the marathon trials and of course... how could we not discuss Beth Potter's 5k best at the Podium 5k. We're also available on iTunes and Spotify. 

The 80:20 principle, what it really means…

The 80:20 principle, what it really means…

March 14, 2021

The good looking trio are back for another episode. Ian gives his opinion on wearing masks whilst running and Mike fails again on 'tweets of the week'. In amongst the nonsense, we discuss training volume, intensity and the 80:20 principle. We're also available on Spotify and iTunes. 

Roll on race season!

Roll on race season!

March 1, 2021

In this week's Endurance Podcast, we discuss coming out of lockdown, how to motivate yourself and what races may look like in coming months. If you've been a bit lacking motivation, you're not the only one, but there's plenty of positives to look forward to! 

Interview with Dan Nash

Interview with Dan Nash

November 6, 2020

This week we interview Dan Nash, and international distance runner and ultra champion, who took part in the London Marathon elite race this year. Dan is also a sports physiologist supporting Welsh Athletics and Welsh Triathlon. Of course, there's also the usual 'tweets of the week' nonsense. 

Alex Staniforth runs the 3 peaks … and the bits inbetween

Alex Staniforth runs the 3 peaks … and the bits inbetween

September 26, 2020

This week we have the usual failings in 'tweets of the week' but the episode is saved by an inspiring interview with Alex Staniforth who completed the 3 peaks, Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon, and ran the entire distance between them. This 452 mile journey took 9 days 12 hours 51 mins, missing the current record by just over an hour. Alex completed the challenge to raise funds and awareness for mental health charity Mind Over Mountains. 

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