Episodes
Time constraints making training difficult? Is it advisable to do your long runs every six days and not seven if you are behind in your Marathon training schedule? Sport Scientist Lindsey Parry explains why that is NOT a good idea.
Published 10/21/21
Are you somebody who does a lot of cycling and running but are preparing for a running race and do not know who to structure you training load? The this podcast with Sport Scientist, Devlin Eydin on the Ask Coach Parry Podcast is what you need to hear.
Published 10/18/21
Are you struggling to hit your Heart Rate Target Zones? Do you find that you are only keep your HR low if you run around a track? How does that impact on your race preparation if you are not going to be racing on the track? What can you do to make sure that you keep your easy runs very easy and your HR low? Sport Scientist, Shone Hendricks explains in this episode of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast
Published 10/14/21
Is your training tracking device telling you that you are losing fitness even though you are training consistently? Should you panic? Should you change your training program? Sport Scientist, Lindsey Parry explains how the algorithms work and why you need not panic.
Published 10/11/21
Should you use gels as nutrition on your runs? When should you use them and how often and in what quantities is it best to use them for maximum performance. Sport Scientist, Devlin Eydin explains the role of gels as nutrition for your runs in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Published 10/07/21
Feeling pain when running fast but not when running easy? Does the pain go away when after warming up or after running for a bit? How do you know if you have an injury that requires rest or medical treatment? Sport Scientist, Lindsey Parry has the answers in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Published 10/04/21
Struggling with an Achilles injury? Will rest work? How long must you rest? Are there treatments you need to look into to resolve the injury? How best to get back to your running quickly? All these questions and more answered by Sport Scientist, Shona Hendricks.
Published 09/30/21
Runners often ask when is the right time to replace your running shoe. Is it ok to have more than one shoe and to alternate them when training? Do the shoes need to be identical if you have more than one shoe? Sport Scientist, Devlin Eydin breaks it down in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Published 09/27/21
Is it ok to train on rest days? What if you go really easy? Or just walk? Or is a rest day, just that, a rest day and no activity? Sport Scientist, Lindsey Parry explains the different activities you can do on rest days in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Published 09/23/21
We all love running races. The cameraderie, the meeting of friends, the buzz and vibe of the race. These are all factors for why we love racing. But should you be using races in your training plan as part of your build up to your goal race? Is there a place for that? And if so, how should you approach these races?
Published 09/20/21
Why do we schedule Time Trials in training programs? What are Time Trials? What purpose do they serve? When should you run a Time Trial. Sport Scientist, Devlin Eydin explains in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Published 09/16/21
Do you ever feel dizzy after a run? Is this something to be concerned about? What role do your eating habits play? Is this related to a specific training session? Lindsey Parry has the answers in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Published 09/13/21
Have you measured your max HR and VO2? In training is your HR still getting as high as it used to even with the same or more perceived exertion? Has you VO2 Max improved? Should you be pushing the pace to get to those former high Heart Rates? All these questions answered in today's edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast by Sport Scientist, Shona Hendricks.
Published 09/09/21
Have you ever experienced a slight niggle as you are heading into a race and are not sure how to handle it? Do you train through it? Do you rest? What treatment are you looking at? Sport Scientist, Devlin Eydin unpacks this question in the latest Ask Coach Parry Podcast
Published 09/06/21
Do you have blood in your urine after a run? Is this something to be alarmed about? Is a once off experience a concern? Regular blood in urine, should you be concerned? In this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast, Lindsey Parry explains the different scenarios and or or when to be heading off to the doctors.
Published 09/02/21
Have you been diagnosed with a Neuroma in your foot and cannot train/run anymore? What is a Neuroma? How can you treat it? Are an injection or operation your only remedies? Sports Scientist, Shona Hendricks gives you the answers in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Published 08/30/21
Life is busy for everyone and it is often a struggle to fit in work, social life and training, in particular if you have a specific training/racing goal in mind. How do you mix it up? Can you drop or replace training sessions? Sport Scientist, Devlin Eydin answers this question in today Ask Coach Parry podcast.
Published 08/26/21
How soon can you or should you train once you have received the COVID Vaccine? is it dangerous to train after receiving the vaccine? Will you lose fitness if you take some time out after taking to the vaccine? Coach Lindsey Parry has the answers.
Published 08/23/21
Is it normal to leak Urine while running? Are there complications surrounding this phenomena? What can be done to avoid the situation? Sport Scientist Shona Hendricks explains what its all about.
Published 08/17/21
Are you self isolating because you have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID? Can you train during that time of self isolation? Should you train? What type of training should you do? Devlin Eyden explains on this edition of the Ask Coach Parry Podcast.
Published 08/16/21
Is your heart rate a times erratic in your training? Is it Cardiac drift? What is cardiac drift? How does and why does it happen? Are you training too hard or is the elements (heat)? Are you dehydrating? Lindsey Parry has the answers.
Published 08/12/21
Training in hot weather can be difficult. Training in high humidity can be difficult. Combine the two and it can be more than difficult. So how do you prepare and train in hot and humid conditions? What stresses does the body undergo in these conditions and how do you hit your targets in hot and humid weather. Shona Hendricks breaks it down for us in this edition of the Ask Coach Parry podcast.
Published 08/09/21
Can you switch your strength or running schedules around and how do you do that to fit in with life commitments. Devlin Eyden explains on this edition of Ask Coach Parry.
Published 08/02/21
Are you following the MAF Training plan for your running and now want to add in some cycling? Can you use the MAF plan in cycling too? How do you adapt? Shona Hendricks breaks it down in this week's Ask Coach Parry podcast.
Published 07/29/21
Are you following the MAF Training plan for your running and now want to add in some cycling? Can you use the MAF plan in cycling too? How do you adapt? Shona Hendricks breaks it down in this week's Ask Coach Parry podcast.
Published 07/29/21