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Running with bipolar disorder and OCD
Our guest this week is Simon Lamb, a runner, massage therapist, teacher and writer who suffers from a severe form of bipolar disorder and Obsessive Compolsive disorder (OCD), which has at times become life threatening. Simon kindly came and met for a chat about running and how it’s always been part of life, the role it plays in managing his bipolar and OCD and how it has improved his mental and physical health. We also talk about his change to a vegan diet, reversing his diabetes, his love of books and much more. As a warning, we do discuss topics such as suicide in the podcast,You can find out more about Simon and on his Go Fund Me Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Should you switch to a 10-day training cycle?
Most runners train on a 7-day cycle, with the long run on the weekend. But could a 10-day (or even 14-day) training cycle be a better approach? Coach and Team GB ultrarunner Robbie Britton discusses the pros and cons of the 10-day schedule.Find Robbie on Instagram @ultrabritton and at robbiebritton.co.uk Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tom Craggs: Mastering the 10K
With the Night of the 10K PBs happening this Saturday (20th May), we speak with RW columnists and England Athletics' head of road running Tom Craggs about how to get the most from yourself over the classic distance. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rachel Hewitt discusses her new book, In Her Nature
This week, we’re speaking with author and trail runner Rachel Hewitt about her new book In Her Nature: How Women Break Boundaries in the Great Outdoors that documents the unsung heroes of female running and how their history and achievements are being lost. You can order Rachel's book here at Penguin Books Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Susie Chan: how to make treadmill running fun
She's run in deserts, jungles and mountains, but ultrarunner Susie Chan can now be most frequently found on a treadmill – specifically, as one of Peloton's running instructors. She talks about her route into running, hallucinating during an ultramarathon and why treadmill running is much more fun than people think.Check out Susie's running on Instagram: @susie_chan_ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.