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Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running

Why You Don’t Need to Train Faster to Run Faster

One of the most difficult concepts to master as a runner is that you don’t need to be running faster, longer or harder every time out to improve.

In fact, sometimes running just below or slower than your potential in workouts leads to more consistent improvement.

In this week’s episode, Coach Jeff is going to discuss the science about why this is so you can fully understand the concept and apply it to your running.

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Mobility Wall

We all know how important foam rolling is for staying injury-free and just plain feeling better for every run.

But, let’s face it, many of us skip it because clearing out space on the floor feels like too much work, the pressure is too painful and difficult to control, or you can’t seem to hit the right spots.

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Delta G

Ketones have been one of the most well-researched chemicals when it comes to endurance performance. Their only downside is that it typically takes 2 days of fasting for your body to produce them in quantities that would help your performance

But, thanks to deltaG and collaborations from the US Military and researchers from NIH and the University of Oxford, they’ve developed a ketone drink that can boost your ketone levels to those seen after 2 days of fasting in just 20 minutes.

The academic literature on the effectiveness of ketones for running performance is overwhelming. If you want to see more of the research, head to runnersconnect.net/deltag

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Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running
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