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Comments on A Trail Runner's Blog: Endurance and Trail Running Podcasts





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Thanks for doing this Scott - I love these podcast...

2007-04-26T09:15:00.000-07:00

Thanks for doing this Scott - I love these podcast, and actually listened to the ones you listed prior to the article. Thank God that there is finally some multimedia out there for runners and triathletes.

Anyways - I also thought it was pretty cool to see that one of the podcasts you listed (The Final Sprint Podcast) actually just interviewed the creator of another one that you listed (Podrunner). It is actually a pretty funny episode and talks about training with music, the whole phenomenon of podcasting for athletes, etc.

The link is:
http://www.thefinalsprint.com/2007/04/podcast-42-interview-with-podrunners-dj-steve-boyett/ "TFS Podcast 42: Interview with Podrunner’s DJ Steve Boyett"

Anyways, thanks again for doing the article/review of podcasts



I hope that they interview Tony Krupicka.

2007-04-03T20:01:00.000-07:00

I hope that they interview Tony Krupicka.



Jim -Thanks for stopping by. I use the Bose "hook ...

2007-03-26T15:51:00.000-07:00

Jim -

Thanks for stopping by. I use the Bose "hook on" earphones, but I think they have been discontinued. I'm with you in that I can't get the Apple phones to stay in my ear. The around the ear hook is much better.

SD



Scott -Speaking of podcasts...what sort of ear bud...

2007-03-26T12:07:00.000-07:00

Scott -

Speaking of podcasts...what sort of ear buds do you use when you run? I used successfully the original ear buds that came with my iPod (purchased over a year ago) until I stepped on them a month ago. Since then, I've had no luck with new Apple ear buds and another brand. Neither will stay in my ears when I run.

Thanks.

Jim



scott,thanks for posting pod casts. see you at sil...

2007-03-24T19:36:00.000-07:00

scott,
thanks for posting pod casts. see you at silver state and jeff will be doing TRT 100 also three weeks after states.
tom riley



I believe their are now 6 finishers of the Barkley...

2007-03-23T23:52:00.000-07:00

I believe their are now 6 finishers of the Barkley marathon 100 miler. However, 2 of the finishers were DQ'd for cutting an 80 meter section of the course in 2001. Interesting race for sure. Great links Scott, I gotta try this podcast stuff out!



"Get Your Geek On" is a triathlon podcast but ther...

2007-03-23T00:36:00.000-07:00

"Get Your Geek On" is a triathlon podcast but there's plenty of interest for runners. They do interviews with manufacturers of sports supplements, coaches, etc. A recent episode covered off the mental approach to long distance events and covered of visualisation amongst others.



Scott -The LaSalle Chicago Marathon did a great se...

2007-03-22T21:05:00.000-07:00

Scott -

The LaSalle Chicago Marathon did a great series with Hal Higdon leading up to last years marathon. Each lesson was 2-3 minutes - I put them in between songs during my runs to remind me to focus on form and stuff. You can find it on itunes.

Sherri



On another note -My apologies for those who got fl...

2007-03-22T18:54:00.000-07:00

On another note -

My apologies for those who got flooded with RSS updates of old postings in the last couple of days. I upgraded to the new version of Blogger and went through the old stories to make sure they were tagged, not knowing that some blog readers get new posts for every update, not just every post. Thus, you just got 300 updates! I have it fixed in Feedburner now, so it shouldn't be a problem for most of you. For the rest, there may be a few more - sorry about that.

Thanks, SD