The Endurance Experience Podcast

The Endurance Experience Podcast

Join Tony Rich, Level II USAT certified coach, certified sports nutritionist, certified master swim coach, Guinness World Record holder and finisher of over 100 long course events. Together with guests they'll discuss the science of self-propelled motion and also explore some of the most important topics within the intersection of endurance sports training, health, fitness, society and life current events.... Show More

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Taking a look back at clips from 5 of the best podcast episodes with new commentary. 3:43: Dr. Maria de Boef Miara, PhD - Unpacking the science. DSD/Trans athletes, inclusivity/fairness in sport. 18:20: Dr. Stephan Guyenet, PhD - Obesity, overeating and the hungry brain. 29:42: Katherine Switzer - Reliving Katherine's 1967 run in the Boston Marathon 42:30: Dr. Jill Harris, PhD and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD - The Wage Gap in Profe... Read more

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This episode's guest is Dr. Lauren Costantini, PhD @lc_costantini. She is a subject matter expert in wearable technology for sports, health and general fitness. A passionate advocate of women in tech, she's lead tech start-ups, and helped developed innovative technology for women. She is also a former professional mountain biker and CycloCross athlete. About Lauren Costantini, PhD https://www.linkedin.com/in/lccconsult... Read more

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In this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast I speak with Dr. Caleb Johnson, PhD. Dr. Johnson is a part of a distinguished research team at the Spaulding National Running Center. I have a conversation with Dr. Johnson on the research behind the prevention and cause of musculoskeletal injury from running. I also get Dr. Johnson’s take on the empirical evidence for the litany of treatments and approaches that are commonly mark... Read more

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In this episode ofThe Endurance Experience Podcast I speak with Professor Asker Jeukendrup, PhD @Jeukendrup on nutrition, pre-race nutrition and race nutrition for endurance athletes. Professor Jeukendrup has advised current and former world record holders such as Haile Gebrselassie, and Chrissie Wellington. He's also previously headed up the Gatorade sports and science institute was the academic Director of the Human Perfo... Read more

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In this episode we discuss the topic of equal pay in sports. A topic that’s been placed back into the spotlight by the women's national soccer team with their win in the 2019 World Cup. My guests will be two economists, Dr. Jill Harris, PhD @jillharris and Dr. Nola Agha, PhD @nolaagha who are two world renown economists with broad research agendas in sports economics. About Nola Agha, PhD https://www.usfca.edu/faculty/... Read more

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A discussion with Katherine Switzer about her world changing moment in 1967 during a time when it was thought that women couldn't run long distances, Katherine became the first woman to register for, run and finish the Boston Marathon which sparked a women's running revolution. We'll discuss her life which is chronicled in her book Marathon Woman (Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's Sports) which is being made... Read more

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A discussion with Katherine Switzer about her world changing moment in 1967 during a time when it was thought that women couldn't run long distances, Katherine became the first woman to register for, run and finish the Boston Marathon which sparked a women's running revolution. We'll discuss her life which is chronicled in her book Marathon Woman (Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's Sports) which is being made into a movie. A... Read more

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A discussion with Katherine Switzer about her world changing moment in 1967 during a time when it was thought that women couldn't run long distances, Katherine became the first woman to register for, run and finish the Boston Marathon which sparked a women's running revolution. We'll discuss her life which is chronicled in her book Marathon Woman (Running the Race to Revolutionize Women's Sports) which is being made into a movie. A... Read more

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The guest on this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast is evolutionary biologist Daniel Lieberman, PhD. He was on Stephen Colbert's Colbert Report twice! He is the chair of the Department of Evolutionary Biology at Harvard. We discuss his book The Story of the Human Body and we dive into the evolution of bipedelism, the evolution of running, and the evolutionary adaptations that lead to running. We take on other running ... Read more

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The guest on this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast is evolutionary biologist Daniel Lieberman, PhD. He was on Stephen Colbert's Colbert Report twice! He is the chair of the Department of Evolutionary Biology at Harvard. We discuss his book The Story of the Human Body and we dive into the evolution of bipedelism, the evolution of running, and the evolutionary adaptations that lead to running. We take on other running ques... Read more

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The guest on this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast is the neuroscientist Dr. Stephan Guyenet, PhD. We unpack the science of obesity and frame the epidemic in historical terms, discuss energy balance and the impact of genes on adiposity. We review the evidence of the health risks of obesity and the impact the brain has on behavior. #eventhorizontv #itunes #soundcloud #podcasts #podcaststudio #endurance #obesity #science #... Read more

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The guest on this episode of the Endurance Experience Podcast is the neuroscientist Dr. Stephan Guyenet, PhD. We unpack the science of obesity and frame the epidemic in historical terms, discuss energy balance and the impact of genes on adiposity. We review the evidence of the health risks of obesity and the impact the brain has on behavior. #eventhorizontv #itunes #soundcloud #podcasts #podcaststudio #endurance #obesity #science #... Read more

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A study in the European Heart Journal conclude endurance sport is BETTER than resistance training for staying young. Scientist/geologist and endurance athlete Dan Brabander, PhD is the guest of the Podcast. Our discussion centers around this study and lifestyle steps that are necessary as you age. Also, can rocks/crystals heal you? (spoiler alert, they don't) Dan Barbander, PhD https://www.wellesley.edu/geosciences/faculty/br... Read more

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In this pisode of the Endurance Experience podcast is we examine the Caster Semenya CAS appeal rejection, the science behind sport classification and fairness, and the implications for intersex and male to female trans athletes with guest biologist, researcher and Director of the Brandeis Human Performance Lab, Dr. Maria de Boef Miara, PhD About Dr. Maria de Boef Miara, PhD http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~mdeboef/index.html Wo... Read more

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Tony Rich Bio https://www.eventhorizon.tv/tony-rich/ Mac Brown, PsyD Bio https://amplifyingperformance.com/about/mac-brown-psyd/ Support the show by signing up to our Endurance Institute community on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/endurance In this episode we cover: -The importance of Sports Psychology -The social media Influence on Athlete Performance -Increasing Confidence -Dealing with Failure -Suggestions for performance Read more

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