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Kirk Dewindt & Brakken Kraker

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Two endurance athletes and coaches sit down to talk all things running! We bring you high level running knowledge and present it at a practical level.

Latest Episodes

Episode 30: Ian Hosek

EIan Hosek is the mind behind Hosek Performance Engineering (and endurance coaching company) and the 5th place finisher at the 2019 Spartan World Championships. Ian joins us to talk about his development as both athlete and coach, starting with his mindset as an engineer and continuing through his work at the Nike Campus (where he helped test the Vaporfly and Alphafly prototypes) and as a professional endurance athlete. We finish up with a "debate" on the efficacy and merits of Compromised Running.

118 MIN19 h ago
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Episode 30: Ian Hosek

Training Tuesday #28: Pros Invest in Their Bodies

EWe wrap up our "Things Pros Do" series by taking a look at how Pros keep their minds and bodies healthy. Professional Athletes leave nothing to chance when it comes to ensuring that they will be at the start line in great health and fitness, so why should we be any different? Pros focus on 3 things above all else: Prehab, Rehab / Recovery, and Mental Health. We break these 3 areas down and discuss how you can invest in your body like a Pro.

90 MIN3 d ago
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Training Tuesday #28: Pros Invest in Their Bodies

Episode 29: Olympian Jess O'Connell

EThe duo behind GRIT Coaching stop by today to talk about the Professional Athlete's mindset. Jess O'Connell represented Canada at the 2016 London Olympic Games and co-founded GRIT coaching with Faye Stenning. We asked Jess to talk to us about mindset during this season where most races have been cancelled, as she had her 4 year dream of qualifying for another Olympics stripped from her due to COVID-19. We got way more than we asked for, as she led us on a two hour journey through the the mindset and focus needed to be an Olympic-level athlete.

117 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 29: Olympian Jess O'Connell

Training Tuesday #27: Pros Make Every Move for a Reason

EContinuing our "Things Pros Do" series, we move from workout planning to workout execution. Pro athletes do not do ANYTHING randomly. They approach their training like a game of chess. Every workout is done for a very specific reason and is often completed in order to set up a future workout. We break down motivation, training vs exercising, using goals to create a training plan, and balancing training and life, among many other topics!

72 MIN1 w ago
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Training Tuesday #27: Pros Make Every Move for a Reason

Episode 28: Ryan Kent

ERyan Kent has been a at the top of the OCR scene for the past 6 years, but 2020 has been unlike any other year for him. With the pandemic making it impossible to earn a living through race results, Ryan has reinvented himself. Working full time, with his first baby on the way, he is in the best shape of his life and ready to unleash that fitness upon the first race that re-opens. Today we touch upon balancing training and work, eating disorders and racing weight, his training philosophy, goals for the 2021 season, and what life will look like for him now that he is going to be a dad.

123 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 28: Ryan Kent

Training Tuesday #26: Pros Prepare For Workouts

EToday we kick off a mini-series: Things Pros Do. This series will shed some light on the "little things" that we all can be doing in order to maximize our running potential.The first thing all Pro athletes do, that not everyone else does, is prepare for EVERY single workout, and not just by getting some coffee in them and stretching out! From advanced planning, to mindset and data driven workouts, the pros just do it correctly - and now so can you!

71 MIN2 w ago
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Training Tuesday #26: Pros Prepare For Workouts

Episode 27: Listener Submitted Q&A

EGenerally, we do our Q&A episodes on Training Tuesday, but this one had so much good info that we bumped it into a full episode! The theme that emerged from the questions sent in was Recovery and Deload Weeks, but we also touch upon Pacing, Shoes, Lifting, Master's Runners, and Treadmill Training.

115 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 27: Listener Submitted Q&A

Training Tuesday #25: Are You Mentally Tough Enough to Race?

ERaces are almost a foreign concept at this point in time! It's been months since most people have toed the startline. Are you feeling mentally unprepared for the demands of race day? Mental toughness is a perishable skill - if you don't use it you lose it! Today, we talk about using it: how to schedule these days, what the workouts should look like, and our favorite "turn yourself inside out" sessions.

64 MIN3 w ago
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Training Tuesday #25: Are You Mentally Tough Enough to Race?

Episode 26: Rise Up with Kacey McCallister

EKacey McCallister had both legs amputated just below his hips as a six year old. From there he became an All-State wrestler, competed as a dual sport Division 1 athlete, took 7th in the wheel chair division at the Boston Marathon, and has completed more than 20 Spartan Races. He joins us to discuss resiliency and the power of failure, as well as giving us an unintentional wake up call to be tougher than we currently believe we can be.

99 MINJUL 17
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Episode 26: Rise Up with Kacey McCallister

Training Tuesday #24: The Power of Doubles & Non Impact Volume

EOur last interview with Cole Derosa brought in a boatload of questions about two things Cole does regularly: he does two workouts per day and he builds volume through circuit work. Today's episode is a breakdown of the concepts of doubling up on your workouts and using non-impact training styles to add "running" volume to your week: why you should try it, how it works, specific workouts to implement, and how to fit extra workouts in your busy schedule.

55 MINJUL 14
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Training Tuesday #24: The Power of Doubles & Non Impact Volume

Latest Episodes

Episode 30: Ian Hosek

EIan Hosek is the mind behind Hosek Performance Engineering (and endurance coaching company) and the 5th place finisher at the 2019 Spartan World Championships. Ian joins us to talk about his development as both athlete and coach, starting with his mindset as an engineer and continuing through his work at the Nike Campus (where he helped test the Vaporfly and Alphafly prototypes) and as a professional endurance athlete. We finish up with a "debate" on the efficacy and merits of Compromised Running.

118 MIN19 h ago
Comments
Episode 30: Ian Hosek

Training Tuesday #28: Pros Invest in Their Bodies

EWe wrap up our "Things Pros Do" series by taking a look at how Pros keep their minds and bodies healthy. Professional Athletes leave nothing to chance when it comes to ensuring that they will be at the start line in great health and fitness, so why should we be any different? Pros focus on 3 things above all else: Prehab, Rehab / Recovery, and Mental Health. We break these 3 areas down and discuss how you can invest in your body like a Pro.

90 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Training Tuesday #28: Pros Invest in Their Bodies

Episode 29: Olympian Jess O'Connell

EThe duo behind GRIT Coaching stop by today to talk about the Professional Athlete's mindset. Jess O'Connell represented Canada at the 2016 London Olympic Games and co-founded GRIT coaching with Faye Stenning. We asked Jess to talk to us about mindset during this season where most races have been cancelled, as she had her 4 year dream of qualifying for another Olympics stripped from her due to COVID-19. We got way more than we asked for, as she led us on a two hour journey through the the mindset and focus needed to be an Olympic-level athlete.

117 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 29: Olympian Jess O'Connell

Training Tuesday #27: Pros Make Every Move for a Reason

EContinuing our "Things Pros Do" series, we move from workout planning to workout execution. Pro athletes do not do ANYTHING randomly. They approach their training like a game of chess. Every workout is done for a very specific reason and is often completed in order to set up a future workout. We break down motivation, training vs exercising, using goals to create a training plan, and balancing training and life, among many other topics!

72 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Training Tuesday #27: Pros Make Every Move for a Reason

Episode 28: Ryan Kent

ERyan Kent has been a at the top of the OCR scene for the past 6 years, but 2020 has been unlike any other year for him. With the pandemic making it impossible to earn a living through race results, Ryan has reinvented himself. Working full time, with his first baby on the way, he is in the best shape of his life and ready to unleash that fitness upon the first race that re-opens. Today we touch upon balancing training and work, eating disorders and racing weight, his training philosophy, goals for the 2021 season, and what life will look like for him now that he is going to be a dad.

123 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 28: Ryan Kent

Training Tuesday #26: Pros Prepare For Workouts

EToday we kick off a mini-series: Things Pros Do. This series will shed some light on the "little things" that we all can be doing in order to maximize our running potential.The first thing all Pro athletes do, that not everyone else does, is prepare for EVERY single workout, and not just by getting some coffee in them and stretching out! From advanced planning, to mindset and data driven workouts, the pros just do it correctly - and now so can you!

71 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Training Tuesday #26: Pros Prepare For Workouts

Episode 27: Listener Submitted Q&A

EGenerally, we do our Q&A episodes on Training Tuesday, but this one had so much good info that we bumped it into a full episode! The theme that emerged from the questions sent in was Recovery and Deload Weeks, but we also touch upon Pacing, Shoes, Lifting, Master's Runners, and Treadmill Training.

115 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 27: Listener Submitted Q&A

Training Tuesday #25: Are You Mentally Tough Enough to Race?

ERaces are almost a foreign concept at this point in time! It's been months since most people have toed the startline. Are you feeling mentally unprepared for the demands of race day? Mental toughness is a perishable skill - if you don't use it you lose it! Today, we talk about using it: how to schedule these days, what the workouts should look like, and our favorite "turn yourself inside out" sessions.

64 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Training Tuesday #25: Are You Mentally Tough Enough to Race?

Episode 26: Rise Up with Kacey McCallister

EKacey McCallister had both legs amputated just below his hips as a six year old. From there he became an All-State wrestler, competed as a dual sport Division 1 athlete, took 7th in the wheel chair division at the Boston Marathon, and has completed more than 20 Spartan Races. He joins us to discuss resiliency and the power of failure, as well as giving us an unintentional wake up call to be tougher than we currently believe we can be.

99 MINJUL 17
Comments
Episode 26: Rise Up with Kacey McCallister

Training Tuesday #24: The Power of Doubles & Non Impact Volume

EOur last interview with Cole Derosa brought in a boatload of questions about two things Cole does regularly: he does two workouts per day and he builds volume through circuit work. Today's episode is a breakdown of the concepts of doubling up on your workouts and using non-impact training styles to add "running" volume to your week: why you should try it, how it works, specific workouts to implement, and how to fit extra workouts in your busy schedule.

55 MINJUL 14
Comments
Training Tuesday #24: The Power of Doubles & Non Impact Volume
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