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Used to be about training and learning now it’s about social issues and woke agenda not a good listen anymore and for that I no longer follow the pod.
Where did the other host go?
This ain’t a fitness podcast anymore.
The show used to be great, now it’s just hard to listen to. I’m all for learning and talking about the social issues that we humans face, but that is not what a Nike podcast should be about. And at one point it was about learning how to be the best athlete you can be from the best athletes. Now it’s more geared towards women and interviewing women who have wrote a book about something jac finds interesting. Not very universal anymore.
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TRAINED launched 6 years ago and published 117 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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