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In this episode of Run To The Top, MetPro Founder and Transformation Specialist Angelo Poli returns to talk about: more
Runners can get pretty competitive when it comes to race day, so it’s no surprise that many runners also tend to have strong opinions about what helps to race faster. Today’s show is bringing back a familiar format with another edition of underrated ... more
There’s always a lot of interesting research being done in the field of exercise physiology. more
Lots of great tips but really wish they had more women on the show! I’ve listened to about 10 episodes and only one had a woman’s perspective. During that episode, one of the men was quite condescending too which was disappointing. Also, during the recent Myths episode, I think they should have had both a male and female perspective on the question about a runner’s weight. If you’re looking to hear from female runners, you’re better off listening to Ali on the Run.
Was a great podcast until you get some fool bleating about running and climate change together. Absolutely NOT
Thanks Clare for the great mental minute. I think I’ll use it today and great info on your podcast today.
I’ve listened to a lot of different running podcasts. RTTT May be one of the best. Good practical content. The presenters always seem to ask what I want to know and ensure that actionable knowledge is included in each episode. Thanks team RTTT.
Do yourself a favor and listen to Claire's show The Planted Runner Podcast instead. They are reusing and recycling her old shows instead of creating new material. This is a dying brand.
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Run to the Top Podcast launched 11 years ago and published 645 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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