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Elisabeth Scott
The Running Explained Podcast
New episodes now on THURSDAYS! Welcome to Running Explained, where ALL your running questions are answered! For new AND experienced runners, from training to racing, nutrition, recovery, gear, AND MORE, there's always something new to learn about running!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 298 ratings
A great source of information for new (and seasoned) runners. Answers all the fundamental questions about running with the necessary nuance. No simplistic answers, no giving in to the latest fads, no pushing of "it worked for me so it must work for you". Just honest, objective...Read full review »
barboratite via Apple Podcasts · Czech Republic · 08/07/22
Very informative!
I appreciate all the context so much. It has made me a much better runner
Cindy Mateus via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/03/22
One of the Best Running Podcasts
This is definitely one of the best running podcasts out there. Elisabeth speaks clearly, not too fast, and always has great questions/discussions. As a new-ish runner, I’ve learned a lot from her and her guests.
smm99 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/15/22
Recent Episodes
Published 08/04/22
STRENGTH TRAINING - always a hot topic with runners! Physical therapist and running coach Dr. Kate Bochnewetch (@the_running_dpt) joins the show to discuss the different kinds of strength training and what "heavy lifting" means (and why YOU should be doing it!) What is "strength training"...
Published 08/04/22
What does it mean to set & achieve a goal? Are you setting goals YOU want to achieve? What happens next after you reach your big goal? Coach Marcus Brown (@marcus_runs, @arunnerslife_podcast) joins the show to discuss goals, goal-setting, and what goals actually mean The evolution of your...
Published 07/28/22
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