Phedippidations

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Fdip16: Run Long and Taper Too short of a taper period will leave you tired on race day, too long of a taper will leave you unprepared physically.  In this episode I cover the basics about “tapering‿ as documented from the experts, and I confess to my own failures at properly preparing in the days before most of my marathons.
Direct download: Fdip16.mp3
Category:Topic -- posted at: 1:13pm EST

Fdip15: The 2005 Bay State Marathon Listen as I run the first of two Fall 2005 Marathons, this time in Lowell, Massachusetts: home of the American Industrial Revolution.  This is a very flat course where, despite hitting the eventual “wall‿ I attempt to set a new personal record in the Marathon.
Direct download: Fdip15.mp3
Category:Race -- posted at: 12:47pm EST

According to section 2.00 of the Major League Baseball rule book: A runner is an offensive player who is advancing toward, touching, or returning to any base.‿  In this episode we discuss the "Runner verses Jogger" debate.
Direct download: Fdip14.mp3
Category:Topic -- posted at: 11:44am EST

The human brain is a fascinating organ, and while few completely understand its true operation; some of its properties can be found in the way that it retains such high resolution memories from observations made during extreme physical exertion.
Direct download: Fdip13.mp3
Category:Topic -- posted at: 11:41am EST

Of the many ways that we can prepare our bodies and minds for the act of running a road race, it’s the long slow run that is most effective, both physiologically and psychologically.  Your body needs to change: BOTH muscularly and metabolically.

Direct download: Fdip12.mp3
Category:Topic -- posted at: 11:32am EST

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