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EP 61: Ask The Coach

Coree Woltering joins Crystal for this episode to answer listeners’ questions on coaching and training. We talk about Coree’s coaching philosophies, marathon training, speed workouts, building mileage, recovery, and more. Coree mentions two good videos from his coach, David Roche: Foam Rolling for Runners Video and 5-Minute Running Warm-Up Video We cover Coree’s current 2018 Race Schedule: 3/10 Land Between the Lakes 23k4/7 American River 50 Mile5/12 Quicksilver 50k6/23 Western States...


EP 60: From Start to Finish

In this episode we had a chance to catch up with Chris Miller after completing his transcontinental run. We first spoke to Chris back in May of 2017 (Episode 24 ) as he planning and preparing for this run across the country to celebrate recovery and to encourage those who are struggling with addiction to seek treatment. We cover topics including what it is like to adjust back to “normal” life, logistics of the run itself, his upcoming documentary, how he has touched and inspired others,...


EP 59: Adam Popp

Learn how to cherish the things you take for granted. In this episode Andy talks to Adam Popp. Adam was a member of an Air Force unit that disarmed improvised explosive devices. In 2007 Adam was on patrol in Eastern Afghanistan when an IED detonated before he could disable it. The explosion severely wounded him and forced his right leg to be amputated above the knee. Listen to find out how Adam went from being told that he will never run again to how he has gone on to complete several...


EP: 58 Adventure Race with Jeff Watterson

In this episode Jeff Watterson gives Crystal, Andy, and Chandler lessons on Adventure Racing 101 for dummies. We learn about tipping canoes at 3:00am, running through stinging nettles, riding bikes through soup, and how bug spray can be a gift from the gods. Useful links from the episode: The Barkley Marathons (The Race That Eats Its Young) Garry Robbins Where Dreams Go To Die (documentary) Adventure Racing Camp USARA Orienteering Cincinnati Land Between the Lakes Trail Race...


EP 57: Strength Training for Runners

In this episode Chandler and Crystal talk to personal trainer and corrective exercise specialist Ren Jones of Fitness Jones Training. Ren helps answer listeners’ questions related to running and strength training. Topics include: The benefits of strength trainingThe myths of getting bulkyLower vs higher weightsLower body lifting and running workoutsTraining on limited timeWorkouts for those who can’t make it to the gymFrequency of strength trainingDealing with an unstable SIStrengthening...


EP 56: Geek Speak

Get ready to geek out on what happens behind the scenes of some big races. In this episode Crystal and Andy talk to Brandon Wilson. Brandon a USATF official, a grand poobah course certifier, one of the premier race timers in the country, and has also created some of the craziest and coolest races. Where to find Heartland Running: Website, Facebook Group, Instagram, Strava Club Call or text us at 513-486-4636 Save 20% on SWORD Performance Products by using discount code:HEARTLANDRUNNER...


EP 55: Sleep for Athletes

Dr. Amy Bender of the Centre for Sleep & Human Performance joins us to talk about all things sleep related for athletes. Dr. Bender’s current research focuses on the relationship of sleep and recovery on athletic performance in Canadian National Team athletes. She is also an athlete herself having completed a full Ironman and is also a Community Colleges of Spokane Women's Basketball Hall of Famer. Some of the topics we cover include: How to determine how much sleep we actually...


EP 54: Goodbye 2017 / Hello Chandler

This is our final episode of 2017. We officially welcome Chandler Lee as the third host of Heartland Running and learn more about him. We also wrap up the year and look ahead to 2018 by answering questions from the listeners. Where to find Heartland Running: Website, Facebook Group, Instagram, Strava Club Call or text us at 513-486-4636 Save 20% on SWORD Performance Products by using discount code: HEARTLANDRUNNER at checkout Check out Steve Durbin’s Race at Durbin Race Management...


EP 53: Jordan Hasay

In this episode we talk to the one and only Jordan Hasay. In 2017 Jordan had her marathon debut at Boston where she finished third in 2:23:00, the fastest marathon debut by an American woman by almost three minutes. She followed that up with the Chicago Marathon where she finished third in a time of 2:20:57. This makes her the second fastest American woman at that distance. We talk about where her love of running comes from; the influence of her parents; about her coach, Alberto Salazar...


EP 52: Camille Herron & Steve Durbin

On November 11, 2017, Camille Herron set the 100 mile world record in a blazing 12:42:39 at Tunnel Hill and crushed the old world record by over an hour. In this episode Crystal and Chandler have a chance to talk to not only Camille but also to race director, Steven Durbin. There may even be a cameo appearance by Camille’s husband Conor Holt. So what does it take to run a 100 miles under 13 hours? Apparently the secret lies in Taco Bell, Rogue Dead Guy Ale, and a pair of new...


EP 51: Traci Falbo

While in Vienna, IL for Tunnel Hill 100, Crystal had the chance to sit down and talk to Traci Falbo. Traci has an incredible story. She went from being 80 pounds overweight to setting the 48 Hour Indoor Track World Record. We had the opportunity to talk about her weight loss, racing multiple multiple marathon and ultramarathons, representing Team USA in the 24 Hour World Championships, completing the Grand Slam of UltraRunning, and so much more. Follow Traci on the web: Traci's...


EP 50: Ellie Greenwood

Andy, Chandler, and Crystal had the opportunity to talk to ultra legend, Ellie Greenwood. They discuss Ellie’s amazing race history including her wins at Western States, Comrades, and the 100K World Championships. They also have a chance to talk about her coaching business and dealing with injuries. Links from the episode: Ellie’s BlogSharman Ultra Endurance CoachingEllie’s Social Media:Twitter,Facebook,Instagram Where to find Heartland Running: Website, Facebook Group, Instagram,...


EP 49: Talkin' Turkey

We invited the guys from The Negative Splits Podcast to join us for Thanksgiving. In this episode we play a clip from Paul Hambrick who tells the story of how Stephen got into podcasting. Paul was a guest back on Episode 14. We debate all of the important issues of the day - best vs. worst holidays, favorite holiday themed races, does Buffalo have good seafood? We also learn that Chandler has never had a Reese’s egg; Andy’s prom date is probably mad at him and about Crystal’s square...


EP 48: Yoga Fixes Everything

While in Mansfield, MO for Stephen’s memorial Crystal checked out Stephen’s favorite bookstore, A New Chapter. Here Crystal had the chance to sit down and chat with Stephen’s bad ass yoga guru, Shelby Koop. Shelby shares a lot of useful information on how yoga can be helpful for runners. She talks about how to pick a class, how to practice when you don’t have access to a studio for classes, reality vs expectation, and why you might not need that foam roller. She also shares some of her...


EP 47: Marathon Maniac #3 - Tony Phillippi

In this episode Andy & Crystal get a chance to sit down and talk one of the original founders of the Marathon Maniacs, Tony Phillippi. We talk about how the club started and how it has grown and changed over the years. We find out the real reason why Andy wants to become a Maniac. We cover his experience as a race director of the Tacoma City Marathon. We also get his advice and philosophy on training and racing. At the time of recording, Tony has run 278 marathons with multiple sub-3...


Quick Sprint Episode with Chandler Lee

In this “Sprint” episode we take just a few minutes and sit down with Chandler Lee, the oldest son of Stephen Lee. We talk about the future of the podcast and Chandler shares some stories about his dad. Where to find Heartland Running: Website, Facebook Group, Instagram, Strava Club Running podcast Network: Man Bun Run, Training for Ultra, Runified, The Negative Splits, Heartland Running Save 20% on SWORD Performance Products by using discount code: HEARTLANDRUNNER at checkout For a...


EP 46: Bourbon Chase Recap

EP 46: Bourbon Chase Recap In this episode Andy and Crystal get together with the Ultra Team Sword members who ran the Bourbon Chase. We discuss the unfortunate and untimely passing of our dear friend, founder, and co-host Stephen Lee. However, we also recap the fun that we all had with Stephen during what would be his last race and birthday celebration. Besides Stephen and Crystal the team consisted of Scott Black (co-founder of SWORD), Brian Abner, Kelsey Gibbs, and Netta...


EP45 Joel H. Cohen

Joel Cohen is both an Emmy-winning writer for the “Simpsons” and a slow, graceless runner. Between sweaty bouts of gasping for breath, he wrote the book “How to Lose a Marathon” - available everywhere now (well, not at some gas stations). For more, check out Twitter: @loseamarathon or Instagram:howtoloseamarathon Where to find Heartland Running: Website, Facebook Group, Instagram, Strava Clubvoicemail: 417-319-1060 Proudly powered by SWORD. Save 20% on SWORD Performance Products by...


Gary Dudney Ep44

GARY DUDNEY has been publishing articles on running, trail running, and ultrarunning for the past 20 years. His work has appeared in all the major running magazines, such as Runner’s World, Running Times, Trailrunner, and Marathon & Beyond. For Ultrarunning magazine, considered the “voice of the sport” of ultra long distance running, he’s served as a regular columnist since 2008, and he has additionally supplied the magazine with dozens of uniquely quirky race reports. His new book The Tao...


Tina Muir EP43

2016 was a big year for Tina Muir. In March she fulfilled a lifelong dream of representing Great Britain in the Half Marathon World Championships. A few weeks later in April she ran the London Marathon in 2:37 which was a PR at the time. She then finished out 2016 with the California International Marathon in December, where she finished fifth overall and lowered her personal best to 2:36. In February Tina shocked the running world by announcing her decision to step down from competitive...


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