The Eat for Endurance Podcast

The Eat for Endurance Podcast

The Eat for Endurance podcast features Claire Shorenstein, NYC-based Registered Dietitian and running coach, and her nutrition tips for longevity in life and in sport. Through a combination of solo episodes on various nutrition topics, interviews with fellow dietitians, and athlete nutrition profiles, Claire hopes to demonstrate that there are many different pathways towards optimal health and sports performance, and that balanced, healthy eating is so much more than achieving a certain ratio of carbs, fats and proteins. ... Show More

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Welcome to Episode 16 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring recreational cyclist and runner, Jacqui Cincotta. 

Jacqui is a former nutrition client of mine who worked with me back in 2018 on improving her everyday diet and her approach to sports nutrition during training and racing. I found her story to be unique and inspiring, and very much connect... Read more

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November 28, 2019 2 min

Bringing you all a spontaneous, short episode recorded on this Thanksgiving morning with my 2 year-old daughter and special guest, Arielle! She REALLY wanted to wish you a very happy holiday - no, seriously, she really did. Ever since recording her last episode over the summer, she has wanted to record another. So here you go! :) 

Just a friendly reminder as we all head into our Thanksgiving meals that today is about ... Read more

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November 24, 2019 22 min

Hey guys! I’m excited to bring to you my second Ask Me Anything episode, which also is my first episode recorded post-baby. It’s a short one but I’m still amazed I was able to get this done towards the end of my 7-week-old’s morning nap, without any crying interrupting me (just a doorbell, cause you know, endless Amazon packages of who knows what I ordered in my middle of the night delirium…). This is a completely unedited, reco... Read more

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Welcome to Episode 13 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Director of Research and Development at Tailwind Nutrition, Dr. Art Zemach. 

Art (or Dr. Z, as his patients call him) is a retired pediatrician and endurance athlete based in Durango, Colorado who competes in multiple sports, including white water kayak racing, mountain biking, skiing, Iro... Read more

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“Instead of focusing on how fast I could go, or how many miles I could run, my main mission every day was to see how many calories I could burn. It became a game. I got more excited by seeing low numbers on the scale than I did by seeing faster splits on my watch.” - Mario Fraioli

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“Everyone is a runner. Some just chose not to run or don’t know how to start.” - Coach John

Welcome to Episode 11 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring running coach, consultant, and unofficial celebrity marathon pacer, John Honerkamp. 

We’re in the thick of Fall race season, so I thought it would be the perfect time to interview Coa... Read more

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Hey guys! Welcome to Episode 10 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast. 

In honor of just having had a baby, I thought it would be fun to post this VERY short interview with my two year old daughter, Arielle. She always has lots to say about food and running, which isn't a big surprise given her runner parents and nutritionist mother (that said, she clearly does not understand what I do for work...listen for more on tha... Read more

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You asked, and finally received - it only took me 8 episodes, but I finally got around to doing an Ask Me Anything show to answer your burning nutrition questions! At the time of recording (and of writing these show notes), I am almost 39 weeks pregnant and trying to take my mind off of playing the waiting game (i.e. simultaneous desires to get this baby outta me right now, and also - but wait stay in, I need more time, I'm ... Read more

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Welcome to Episode 8 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite ultrarunner and low-carb high-fat (LCHF) athlete Mike McKnight. 

Mike has lived his entire life in Utah - until just recently, when he moved to Denver, CO to continue his job as the Event Manager at Altra. Mike races a wide variety of distances, but his “thing” is 200 milers! More specifically, ... Read more

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Welcome to Episode 7 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Registered Dietitian Lauren Antonucci. Today’s topic of fueling young athletes (i.e. through the collegiate level) is one that I am particularly excited about, as I love working with this client population, and as a parent myself, hope to raise my girls to enjoy physical activity as much as my hu... Read more

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Welcome to Episode 6 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite ultrarunner Maggie Guterl (aka “Maggatron”). 

Maggie and I connected through Tailwind Nutrition, where she works as the Athletes & Events Manager, including managing the Tailwind Trailblazer group that I joined this year. If you’re one of my nutrition clients, that’s where all those awe... Read more

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Welcome to Episode 5 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring Jason Fitzgerald of Strength Running

Another Athlete Nutrition Profile?! I know, I know. I had intended to spread these out a bit more,  with solo episodes sprinkled throughout, but I have been so busy lining up and interviewing my guests and working with my own nutrition clients that I haven’t actua... Read more

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Today’s episode continues my Athlete Nutrition Profile Series with speaker, author, coach, and endurance athlete, Travis Macy. You name the sport, he probably has done it – and maybe even all in a single event! You will finish this episode feeling inspired to seek out your own next big adventure in life and/or in sport, even if you are not an ultra-athlete yourself.

A little more background on Travis - he has finishe... Read more

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Today's episode is the first of my Athlete Nutrition Profile Series, and I am very excited to kick things off with Matt Wilpers!

Matt and I go back many years, to when we met in NYC coaching a triathlon team together. He’s an incredible athlete and coach who brings both science and fun to training, which is exactly how I like to approach nutrition with my clients.

Matt has competed in many sports, inc... Read more

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Meet Heather Caplan – a D.C. based Registered Dietitian, freelance writer, running coach, yoga teacher, podcast host, and mother. Heather and I connected back in 2015 at the SCAN (Sports Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition) Symposium in Portland OR, and I thought she would be a wonderful first guest on the Eat for Endurance podcast!

Here are some of the topics that we cover: 

  • What is Intuitive Eating? (Hint -... Read more

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  • Welcome to the Eat for Endurance Nutrition Podcast! My name is Claire Shorenstein, and I am a Registered Dietitian and running coach based in New York City.

    Today's episode is a quick intro to the podcast, including a little background on myself plus a few things things that I envision for future episodes! Have a listen and let me know what you think. I'd love to hear from you if you have any guest or topic r... Read more

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