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.
On this week’s podcast we talk running and mental health- speaking to Scott Douglas, former editor of Running Times and Runners World and author of ‘Running is My Therapy’.
We speak to top athlete and Eurosport commentator, Tim Hutchings about the future of our sport.
Marianne Heading won a 300 miles race in Northern Canada. How does she train for an event like this?
We speak to the third fastest female Half Marathon runner in UK history, Gemma Steel. Tune in for some tips on how you can run your best Half Marathon.
Why are Scottish Athletes doing so well on the world scene? What makes their runners so special.
We speak to Brigid Picket, who ran through her pregnancy in the US, and Alex Collins, a Type 1 diabetes sufferer who managed to master his body and run a 2.40 Marathon.
Interview with 6th place finisher in the 10,000m at the European Champs and 2nd fastest female in the UK in 2018
268 miles along the Pennine Way….in winter….stopping to express breast milk….wow. Listen to this interview with record breaking Jasmin Paris.
This week we talk to former Irish athlete and coach, John Downes. We chat about the future of our sport, how it's run by governing bodies, and why the way they're structured affects 'grassroots' runners like us.
On this week’s podcast we talk to 10k running to the 3rd fastest Briton to ever run the distance!