Episode 38 - Seeking the Right Running Advice: Lauren Howarth
On this fortnight's show we speak to Team New Balance Athlete Lauren Howarth. We talk about the major impact a period of 'clean eating' has had on her long term career and health. We talk about the difficulty of finding the right advice and the impact of her current coach, Steve Vernon, has had in getting her back on track. We also discuss the Hackney Half Prize Draw, Jermaine's snowboarding skills and Shaun's desire to present the One Show.
We discuss the last few weeks of Shaun’s Marathon training; a recent 35k, some solid sessions and his plans to be more zen over the next 2 weeks.
This week we speak to elite triathlete Emma Pallant. We discuss her tilt at Kona Ironman 2019, her origins in the sport, and her love for running.
We discuss Shaun’s Marathon training- how its gone so far and what he thinks he needs to focus on in the last month of training.
How do you deal with life stress? As runners would we benefit from more simplicity and clarity? How can we achieve this? We speak to Swedish runner, Markus Torgeby, who lived in the wilderness for 4 years to clear his mind and find himself
We talk Marathon Nutrition with top dietitian, Renee McGregor
We talk UTMB with 5th placer, Damian Hall. We discuss how to start running Ultras and give tips for long distance races.
This week we talk to track speedster Marilyn Okoro. She give her tips for running faster and discuss her strained relationship with the then UK Athletics Head Coach Charles Van Commenee
We talk to Sports Psychologist, Andy Lane about Shaun’s mental shortcomings and how we can use his training over the next few months to get in the best possible shape for the Frankfurt Marathon in October
How do you fit training into a busy work schedule? We talk to newly crowned British 200m champion, Beth Dobbin about how she manages to make her career work around 4 jobs!
In an effort to leave no stone unturned, Shaun and Jermaine start to discuss race day nutrition and how an new product developed by Oxford University and the US Military might help Shaun hang onto his carb stores for longer!