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David Roche and Megan Roche
Some Work, All Play
One to five topics, lots of love and enthusiasm and science, sometimes about running. With Megan Roche, M.D. and David Roche and maybe some appearances by Addie dog!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 451 ratings
Amazingly positive vibes!!!
These two are not only great runners, but they’re smart, funny, kind, and extremely motivating!!! I listen to them while running and time flies! I love their intros and how they laugh and encourage each other. I am not only a better runner because of SWAP, but I have more self confidence to...Read full review »
EricaGMomof3 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/03/21
I adore the moments listening to this podcast. The honesty they share has made me feel so much less alone with thoughts I have and dumb stuff I do. I highly recommend to anyone, even if you aren’t a runner.
Inspired By Alfie via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/25/21
Thank you for fueling my passion
I originally heard David on Candice Burt’s podcast and just felt his wisdom hit me so so deep! I’m a mama who used to run distance competitively but haven’t run in 3 years, since having my son. And I’ve been horribly discouraged getting back into it. This podcast has helped me let go of imposter...Read full review »
Alesshurt via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/21/21
Recent Episodes
We harnessed our ice-bath F-bombs to talk about the weakly understood importance of fatigue resistance in endurance performance, embracing athletics as a creative process, and being vulnerable. We appreciate you so much, thank you! WOOHOO!
Published 06/15/21
We pranced like show ponies before talking about 5 tips for racing, outlook when things sometimes suck, and improving adaptation/reducing injury risk. Thank you all, we appreciate you so much! WOOHOO!
Published 06/08/21
We embraced our inner magical creatures to talk about heart rate variability and how it might relate to training approaches, the complex illusion of identity, and putting work in a box. Thank you all! WOOHOO!
Published 06/01/21
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