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We turned the hype meters to 11 for this awesome episode! The main training topic was on the wild, uncertain science of post-exercise ketone supplementation. We take you into the cutting-edge of this emerging field of research, like a Magic Schoolbus... more
We brought some big-time gratitude to this supersized Thanksgiving episode! The main topic was a new study looking at how fueling during training impacts next-day performance and protein degradation. We are seeing a new world order in eating and trai... more
We were extra carb-loaded for this awesome episode! The main training topic was on a new study looking at how strength work changes muscle fiber properties over time. Strength training seemed to reverse the aging clock! We dig into the nuances of wha... more
I’ve been a listener since the podcast first began!! What a loser I am for not posting a review sooner. more
Megan and David are a swirl of love and science just like a perfect soft serve cone. They live what they know and believe and coach with incredible openness. I chose to support them on Patreon because their podcast consistently educates and uplifts me twice a week on training runs. Possibly the most cutting edge science available for trail running. Their speedy, unbridled positivity and uncensored opinions (with plenty of gross jokes) is not for everyone, but I would encourage a new listener to ... more
Megan and David are authentic, honest, and open. Through running, they ask deep questions and look at life in beautiful and open ways. I’ve learned endless things about trail running, pizza, cereal, dogs, joy, journeys, and life from David and Megan. Never have I loved a podcast more. Thank you for your wisdom and joy! You both make the world a better place! WHOOHOO! HUZZAH!!
So much knowledge, enthusiasm and belief more
I follow a number of running podcasts. I recently decided you two are the only running podcast hosts who are not insufferable. In fact I still wholly enjoy listening to you after all this time. Thank you and keep up the good work!
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Some Work, All Play launched 3 years ago and published 186 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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