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EP85 - Cliff Pittman - A Conversation with Coach about my North Fork 50M Race

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Release Date: 06/12/2021

EP119 - Bryan Gillette - Epic Performance show art EP119 - Bryan Gillette - Epic Performance

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EP115 - Shannon EP115 - Shannon "The Menace" O'Grady, Ph.D - Gnarly Nutrition

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Dr. Amy Novotny hated running.  Until she didn’t!  After developing a love for the marathon, she discovered her love for the trails.  She has since run 40+ marathons, an Ironman, and 10 ultramarathons (two 100 milers).  She is the founder of the PABR institute where she helps people as a breathing and pain specialist.  We had a great conversation about the nervous system and how calming or resetting it can provide many benefits to runners and people in general. Show notes:  http://www.theriot.run/amyn

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Last weekend, I raced the North Fork 50 mile race in Buffalo Creek, CO.  It was a training race and I got it done, but I had some issues along the way.  I thought it would be interesting for the listeners to listen in as I discussed the race with my coach, Cliff Pittman.  Cliff Pittman has been a guest on the podcast before and he always brings lots of knowledge to the table.  Listen in as we discuss what was good, what was bad, and what was ugly.

Show Notes: https://www.theriot.run/nf50/