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#39: Mersha Asrat (Co-Coach Of Kenenisa Bekele)

#39: Mersha Asrat (Co-Coach Of Kenenisa Bekele)

Mersha Asrat is the co-coach of Kenenisa Bekele who is a three-time Olympic champion and former world record holder in the 5000m and 10000m on the track. Kenenisa Bekele is also the second fastest of all time over the Marathon and considered one of the greatest...
#38: Marathon Training – Questions Answered

#38: Marathon Training – Questions Answered

All things Marathon Training! Here we answer the 7 most common questions that have come our way at Sweat Elite Coaching about marathon training.1. What is the recommended longest run during a marathon training block? How many times would you recommend...
#37 – Running and Mindfulness with Sam Parsons (Tinman Elite)

#37 – Running and Mindfulness with Sam Parsons (Tinman Elite)

“I’ll never forget one race, one of my best 5km races was last year at Payton Jordan (2019) and that was when I was really at the height of my mindfulness practise. I was meditating every day – I would wake up and meditate for 10 minutes, I was so...
#36 – Lee Troop (Coach of Jake Riley) – 4 Months Until The Olympic Marathon

#36 – Lee Troop (Coach of Jake Riley) – 4 Months Until The Olympic Marathon

Alex Hutchinson is a Canadian journalist, Cambridge University trained physicist and ex-national level runner. He is also the author of a fantastic book called Endure – Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance. The book is the product of a decade-long quest to explore the limits of human endurance, collating the experience and data of hundreds of athletes, explorers, scientists and experts in the field.

In our conversation Alex shares some of the findings from his work exploring the factors that determine the limits of endurance, as well as how we can do our upmost to push beyond the barriers that our minds and our mounting sense of effort can begin to erect when we are approaching our limits.

#35 – Exploring the Limits of Human Endurance with Alex Hutchinson (Part 2)

#35 – Exploring the Limits of Human Endurance with Alex Hutchinson (Part 2)

Alex Hutchinson is a Canadian journalist, Cambridge University trained physicist and ex-national level runner. He is also the author of a fantastic book called Endure – Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance. The book is the product of a decade-long quest to explore the limits of human endurance, collating the experience and data of hundreds of athletes, explorers, scientists and experts in the field.

In our conversation Alex shares some of the findings from his work exploring the factors that determine the limits of endurance, as well as how we can do our upmost to push beyond the barriers that our minds and our mounting sense of effort can begin to erect when we are approaching our limits.

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