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May 17, 2017

Welcome to episode 45 of the Final Surge podcast where today we talk to Jim Cielencki. Jim won one of the give-a-ways for Nick Willis’ Miler Method Bootcamp we had last winter. We talk to Jim about the bootcamp, find out what he learned and how the experience was. Jim also has a unique running story. The Buffalo resident ran every mile of every street in Buffalo while training for a marathon and the event went viral and even ended up as a Ted Talk

You were one of the winners from the Miler Method giveaway with Olympian Nick Willis we did in episode 26. I want to talk to you about that experience, how it went and what you learned… but first, it turns out you have a pretty interesting running story of your own. Can you tell our listeners How did you get started in running originally?

Tell us about your running Buffalo experience and what that was about?

How hard was the planning to make sure you did routes where you could always be hitting a new street, while not duplicating?

I’ve seen pictures from the Ted talk you did that show the streets you ran in blue. Was that the Strava heat map that is creating that map?

You are running January 1-May 29th, how much of a factor was the Buffalo weather?

You won the Nick Willis Miler Method contest we did and you got to go through his Miler Bootcamp. What was that process like?

Had you ever really run a full out mile before you did this?

How much time did your mile drop by the end of the bootcamp?

What was the training like, what did you learn from the training you didn’t know before?

How often were you doing track/hill workouts?

Having experience with longer races and coming down to mile training was there anything that surprised you about the training?

What was the community like among those doing the bootcamp, how did you all stay connected?

Would you recommend it others?

Final Surge 5 questions in under a minute
Favorite running book? - Born to Run
Current trainers you are wearing? - Saucony Kinvara
Favorite race? - Buffalo Turkey Trot
Favorite recovery meal or recovery drink? - Toast with peanut butter and banana
Your favorite workout - Compound workouts

Links
Episode 26 with Nick Willis.
Ted Talk 
Jim Buffalo Running Instagram
Website for Buffalo Running

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