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Dads on Doody

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Dads on Doody

dothedoody@dadsondoody.com

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“Dads on Doody” is a parenting podcast, delivered from the dad’s perspective. We don’t claim to be experts, but we’re not afraid to express our opinions on any range of topics. As proud papas of three kids each, our goal is to share what we’ve learned from our parenting experiences for our listeners’ benefit and hopefully provide some laughs along the way. Check us out on our website: www.dadsondoody.com.
 
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Clean Sport Collective

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Clean Sport Collective

Kara Goucher, Shanna Burnette, and Chris McClung

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The Clean Sport Collective is a community of powerful voices comprised of athletes, brands, events, clubs, fans and the public to support the pursuit of clean sport and athletics through the absence of performance enhancing drugs. With this podcast, we will celebrate clean athletes, educate you on issues in the world of clean sport, and bring hope that we can all believe in the power of fair play across all sports.
 
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In this episode, Des and Kara welcome their first guest - Lauren Fleshman. Lauren is a 4x individual NCAA champion and 2x US national champion. She placed 7th at the World Championships in the 5000m and is now a NY Times best-selling author. Her book - Good for a Girl: A Woman Running in a Man's World - is defining and redefining how we think about…
 
In this episode, I connect with listener Brooke Lubojasky to talk about her big goal of breaking 3 hours in the marathon. She ran her first marathon in over 5 hours but has progressed to a Boston Qualifier since then. Now, she sets her sights on something even bigger. We cover her reasons why, we talk about the mental challenges, and we detail the …
 
Prompted by a listener email (thanks Kerianne!), I open up a little more about my running journey from 2022. I chose to do so through the lense of some of the insecurities that I have faced and still face as a runner because I believe we all face them in one form or another. In this episode, I talk about the insecurities of injury, uncertainty, abi…
 
Des and Kara share their hot (or perhaps medium?) takes on current events in the world of marathoning. Hear their opinions on the location of the Olympic Marathon Trials, the US Marathon Champs at CIM, Eliud Kipchoge doing Boston and so much more. Plus, find out if Des plans to run the 2024 Trials to try to make it to Paris. Stick around for the "t…
 
It's a milestone episode for me - number 300 - which represents 6 years of podcasting consistency. For this one, I ring in the milestone and the end of 2022 with 9 reflections on the year from my personal running journey, from my coaching, and from another year of lapping the sun as a human. Fellow Rogue coach James Dodds joins me to process it all…
 
What do you ultimately want from this sport and how do you get there? Those are big questions that can be hard to answer because it is often hard to prioritize and focus on what matters the most. That's because goal setting can be hard, and planning your year of racing with your goals in mind can be even harder. In this episode, I give you 6 practi…
 
Thank you to Victoria from Florida for this episode topic suggestion. Solo vs. group training... which is better for you? Either can be great options depending on what is right for you. In this episode, I give you 5 considerations for each modality to make sure you get the most from it. With solo training, how do you push yourself with no one watch…
 
Winter is coming, and it's just over a week away! For many of you, winter invites challenges to motivation and to the basic logistics of training safely. In this episode, I give you six tips to maintain your consistency until the warmer temperatures remain. Topics include: - Choosing a winter training emphasis - Getting the right gear - Training on…
 
With crazy lives and busy schedules, it's been a minute since we published an episode, but we are excited to release this roundtable on recent current events in the realm of clean sport. Hosts Kara Goucher, Shanna Burnette, and Chris McClung all join to provide life updates and discuss: - Bizarre cheating scandals in chess and fishing - Doping posi…
 
We like to complicate recovery by focusing on the latest whizz-bang tools and modalities that might be all the rage. Recovery, however, is actually very simple, and in most cases, absolutely free. In this episode, I talk about your 3 most important recovery tools - movement, sleep, and fueling - and then give you 8 simple tasks you can do to get yo…
 
2:23 vs 2:39? Which is a better result for a marathoner? It would be easy to say the faster time, but Des Linden might disagree. She ran 2:39 in 2018 to win Boston. She also ran 2:23 in 2011 to place 2nd by just 2 seconds. Which is better now? Context matters. It's not necessarily about the time on the clock if you give your all. In this episode, I…
 
As a coach, I know at least two things for certain: 1. Everyone faces pre-race nerves and doubts regardless of your background and experience. 2. The pre-race nerves never go away, but you will become better at dealing with them. In this episode, I discuss 7 types of pre-race doubts with tactical steps to deal with each of them. You can't make them…
 
Most of us measure ourselves in all of the wrong ways, and it leads to injury, overtraining, burnout, and under performance. In this episode, I give you 7 ways to re-frame how you measure success in order to be a happy, healthy, sustainable runner who ultimately reaches their long term potential. For example, stop asking yourself "how fast did I go…
 
In this episode, Nicole Winter (@nicolemruns) asks me questions from her followers about final race week preparations. We discuss everything from choosing a race pace to race week eating to the taper and strength training (or not), plus much, much more. We also discuss an injury she is facing on her journey to qualify for Boston in February and how…
 
One of the biggest mistakes I see made in training is a lack of variation within a training cycle and certainly across training cycles. If you want to reach your goals, you need to make sure that you are modulating your training in a way that allows your entire aerobic system to build vs. just smaller parts of it. In this episode, I ask you 8 quest…
 
In this episode, I talk about the age-old question for marathoners and half marathoners - should I carbo load before my big race? My answer might surprise you and is likely different than the prevailing wisdom. Does carbo loading work? Yes. Do I recommend it? No. Listen in to learn why and then stay for some final prep tips for those with races com…
 
Training mileage is a topic which encompasses the majority of questions I receive on a weekly basis. In particular, runners want to know how to build mileage, how to do it safely, and how much to do in total from week to week. In this episode, I give you 10 tips for building mileage in a way that will be incremental and sustainable, enabling you to…
 
In this episode, I am joined by fellow running podcasters - Angie and Trevor from the Marathon Training Academy. We give quick intros on us and then get to questions from each of our audiences. We got great questions from you on running and aging, maintenance plans, back to back marathons, speedwork, fueling, the taper and so much more. Listen in t…
 
Last week, Kara shared a tweet that inspired me. It read: "One of life’s biggest lessons- you don’t always get what you want. You can do everything right, and still fall short. But usually, even in the pain, the journey was still worth taking. This is me, finishing 4th in the 2016 Olympic Trials Marathon. Only the top 3 moved on to the Olympics. Wa…
 
First-time marathoners have a very special place in my heart as a coach. It is powerful and very inspiring to watch someone cover 26.2 miles for the first time. In this episode, I give 12 tips to help first-timers make their first experience a magical one. From training to race day and beyond, these tips will help you through every step of the jour…
 
Managing running injuries is hard for so many reasons. One reason is that the prevailing wisdom on these injuries is generally just wrong, making it very hard to know the right things to do. In this episode, I give you 9 common mistakes that I see when people try to manage their running injury, and how to find a better way. It starts with a realiza…
 
On this show, I talk a lot about the mechanics of training and the X's and O's of each period in training. In many ways, that's the easy part. It's the what-to-do in training part including the workouts and long runs and miles per week. How to do it is a little harder, however. In this episode, I breakdown the seasons of a training cycle and talk a…
 
In this episode, I give you a mini-smorgasbord of topics from recent questions I've received from athletes. First of all, I talk about the practical elements of training in the heat including how to do a sweat test and how to plan your daily hydration with electrolytes. Then, I talk about how to transform negative self-talk into positive self-talk …
 
Do you want to do this sport for a lifetime AND smash big goals along the way?!? Then, this episode is for you. In it, I break down 18 intangible and tangible factors that will help you enjoy this sport for the long term. From the mental side to the practical sides of training and longevity, this episode has it all. And by the way, if you do these …
 
People ask me about carb-loading all the time and if they should do it before a long run. Well in this episode, I answer that question and talk about what to do before and after your long runs and quality workouts in order to execute them at your best. Fueling. Hydration. Sleep. Movement. Mental Game. Those are the key components to optimize your p…
 
In this episode, I teach the why, the what, and the how of a very important training principle... the power of progression. From warm-ups to easy runs to workouts and races, your goal should be to start a little slower and finish faster at every opportunity. Learning to execute your runs in this way will teach you how to enjoy your best workouts an…
 
In this episode, I share the audio from an Instagram Live with my last guest Nicole Winter (@nicolemruns). She asks me questions from her audience on the fundamentals of running. We pretty much cover it all including breathing and running, form and cadence, building speed over time, managing recovery, how to think about chasing the BQ, training for…
 
In this episode, I welcome Rogue athlete Nicole (Rauch) Winter to the show. I coached Nicole to her first marathon in January, and now she has dreams to chase a Boston qualifier next year. In our conversation, we start from the beginning, discussing her background in sport and how she got into running in the first place. She describes the joy she e…
 
Thank you to a listener suggestion (and questions), this episode is dedicated to those that get a late start in running. Regardless of when you start, you are worthy of big goals in this sport. In this episode, I talk about when to start, how to think about goal setting and potential, improving running form at a later age, and practical tips for ge…
 
Training for fall marathons and half marathon is upon us with the focus for many now shifted to goals in September, October, and November. That means closing the chapter on your last cycle of work and starting a new one. In this episode, I give you 10 tips for making sure you kick off your new training cycle the right way. Here's to more goal smash…
 
Disclaimer: This episode contains the story of one man's journey to face challenges with addiction and mental health (anxiety and depression). The discussion may be triggering for some, so please proceed with caution. In addition, Michael and I are NOT trained professionals so if you are struggling with one of these challenges, then we encourage yo…
 
Consistency is more important for your running improvement than anything else. What you do today or tomorrow - easy run, long run, or workout - matters very little in the big picture. But, what you do from day to day and week to week, year to year, and ultimately decade to decade will determine how close you get to your potential in this sport. It'…
 
In this episode, I get back to my growing series on the feelings of running. In this one, I talk about passion and apathy. What does it look like when we experience each one in this sport? And how do you overcome and/or channel each? If you have ever had a moment when you couldn't get out the door for your run or when you were ready to quit a race,…
 
Marathon Monday is back after a 3-year hiatus, and it's the 50th anniversary of women being officially allowed to enter the race. In this episode, I give you one of my favorite Boston stories to commemorate the year that Bobbi Gibb became the first woman to run Boston as a bandit in 1966. I also break today the elite fields on both sides and give y…
 
You know I don't believe in short-cuts in training, and this episode isn't about that. It is, however, about making your running life easier with some tricks of the trade that I've learned in my journey as a runner and a coach. In this one, I give you 11 running hacks to improve your running journey that cover the gambit from eliminating shoe funk …
 
Super shoes have revolutioned racing times in the last several years... there is no denying it. They can help you run a marathon anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes faster without any change in your fitness. Now that they are more ubiquitously available, each of us must ask ourselves... should I get a pair, and more importantly, how should it impact my tr…
 
Jenna Fesemyer was born with a birth defect that would cause doctors to amputate her left leg soon after she entered this world as one of a set of triplets. They told her parents that she would be slow to sit, crawl, and walk even after being fitted with a prosthetic leg before her second birthday. Spurred on to compete with her siblings, she was t…
 
In this episode, I talk about coach-athlete relationships and how to optimize yours. Whether you have an in-person coach, a virtual coach, or are following the schedule provided by a coach you don't know, I give you 3 pillars to optimize this relationship to best reach your potential from it. Those pillars are: trust, communication, and ownership. …
 
Dominique Scott is a 2-Time Olympian, a 5-Time NCAA Champion, a South African champion and record holder, and the owner of two new, smoking-fast personal bests in the half marathon (67:32) and 10K (31:00). Beyond the accolades, her energy and passion for the sport is contagious, and her journey to realize her Olympic dream in 2016 in Rio is absolut…
 
In this far-reaching conversation, I catch up with Sasha Gollish after her new indoor mile world record for a 40+ year old athlete. We talk about the last 2 years of her training since she was on the show in December 2019 (episode 161). We cover super shoes, the Oura ring, readiness scores, racing the mile, and of course, how to run fast in your 40…
 
She first tried out for the Olympics in softball but didn't make the team. Then she switched sports, and the rest is a story for the history and record books. Now, she is a 4-time Olympian. She is a 5-time Olympic medalist and 8-time World Championship medalist. She is the most decorated Black Winter Olympian ever. She is the most decorated female …
 
A listener slid into my instagram DMs (@roguechris) and asked me about my 5K/10K training for this spring. So, I decided to invite on my coach - Coach Cathy Casey - to discuss our approach for this spring block of work. Cathy coaches one of our Team Rogue groups in Austin, TX. She came to Rogue after spending 18 years in collegiate track and field …
 
We are BACK for a new season of Clean Sport Collective Podcast episodes, and we start this season just like we did the last one with a host round table with Kara, Shanna, and Chris. We get personal updates from the crew and then talk about some of the big topics in recent months from the world of #cleansport including the Russian doping scandal in …
 
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