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Feb 27, 2020

Welcome to episode 152 of the Final Surge Podcast. This episode is all about the upcoming USA Men and Women's Olympic Marathon Trials. In the first half of this episode, I have Mario Fraioli joining me to talk about the men's race. Then in the second half, Erin Strout of Women's Running joins me to talk about the women's race. We talk about some of the favorites, what race strategies to expect and more. 

Mario Fraioli Joins us to talk about the men's race, the course and what to expect

Mario Coaching Website 
Morning Shakeout
Mario on Twitter
Mario on Instagram

Erin Strout joins us to talk about the women's race and go over the favorites
Erin on Twitter
Erin on Instagram
Women's Running

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Feb 14, 2020

Welcome to episode 151 of the Final Surge Podcast. We welcome in Hollie Sick who runs the popular blog Fueled By Lolz. Hollie is a collegiate swimmer turned runner and has worked in a running store for the last six years. We talk about several topics including the new World Athletic ruling on race shoes. Don't forget Final Surge is a great coaching platform and always free for athletes.

1:27 How you got involved in athletics and how that lead to running?

5:14 What was running at a D3 college like?

8:29 You went from doing 4 hours a day swimming to 90 minutes of running practice, what were some of the differences between the swim and run training?

9:36 How did that college running career go?

11:10 Did you jump in doing what others were doing or did your coach bring you along slowly?

12:14 Didn't you used to run in Newton's?

13:04 What was the transition like from college to post-collegiate running?

14:48 With the swimming and running background, what about triathlon?

16:00 How long have you been working at a shoe store?

16:47 What have you noticed in changes in the running shoe world in the last six years?

18:33 Didn't Hoka come out in the height of the minimalist shoes

19:12 We have seen what Nike is doing since 2016, talk about the carbon fiber shoe

20:32 Do they not hold up as long?

21:40 So they should be used for races only for the most part?

22:22 What other carbon fiber shoes are there out there?

25:32 Shoes need to now be out on the market for 4 months, do you think Brooks and Saucony will be out in time for end of April?

27:20 How do you see the shoe market changing going forward?

28:29 When did you start the blog Fueled by LOLz

29:26 Everyone had a running blog a decade ago, you are one of few still going? How many posts do you have?

Final Surge round, 5 questions in under a minute
Favorite endurance/running book? -  Running: A Love Story
Current trainers you are wearing? -  Hoka and New Balance
Favorite race? – Shamrock 1/2 Marathon
Favorite recovery meal or recovery drink? – Pancakes
Your favorite workout – 400m repeats

 

Resources
Blog Fueled By Lolz
Hollie on Twitter
Hollie on Instagram

 

 

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