The Clean Sport Collective Podcast addresses important issues surrounding the legitimacy of sport, fair and clean competition, and athlete health, through in-depth interviews of many prominent athletes and professionals.
The Science of Ultra Podcast has been an incredible asset as I have trained for a variety of endurance events. While the focus is on ultramarathon training, the episodes provide valuable insight into many aspects of health and fitness training. I especially enjoyed the Coaches' Corner episodes with Ian Sharman, David Roche, and Krissy Moehl.
Susan Lacke does a great job telling her personal story of transitioning from someone who didn't exercise to an Ironman triathlete. She explores her relationship with her mentor, and takes the reader on a journey that will make you laugh and cry.
Susan Lacke writes about participating in a series of non-conventional running events to get out of a rut and rekindle her love for running. She again takes the reader on a humorous and heartfelt journey. This book also helps capture the true breadth and diversity of the sport of running.
One of my favorite reads of 2020! This book provides great insights on self-awareness and how to develop your passion and harness it productively.
Matt Fitzgerald provides great insights and real life examples of athletes adopting the “ultrarealist” mindset. Learn how to succeed where others fail by fully accepting, embracing, and addressing the reality of situations.
Elite runner Scott Fauble and Northern Arizona Elite Coach Ben Rosario document the buildup to Fauble's performances at the 2018 New York City Marathon and 2019 Boston Marathon. It is interesting to see athlete and coach tell the story from their separate perspectives. Warning, Fauble's sense of humor may leave you craving a burrito.