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Capturing the conversations that runner’s have offline and matter to them. The podcast is hosted by Marcus @themarathonmarcus and he explores the topics around training, racing and the impact running has on our day to day life’s. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marcus-brown9/support
 
Songfacts, which has been bringing you the stories behind the songs since 1999, now has a podcast. On the not-so-cleverly named Songfacts Podcast, our cheeky host Corey O'Flanagan speaks with songwriters and other music makers to learn about their own songs (which they often perform on the show) and explore the music that influenced them.On this fun and enlightening musical journey, you'll discover new songs across a range of genres and take a deep dive into some you know - how they're struc ...
 
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Episode 109, I’m joined by Olympic marathon runner Steph Davis. I first spoke with Steph in episode #89 when she won the Great Britain Olympic marathon trials. This live episode is the second of three adizero Marathon Season Twitter talks to help you improve your running with insight from elite Adidas runners and coaches. In this conversation I spe…
 
Lauren Walsh is the founder of the Global Sisterhood, a community teaching women how to hold space for healing. In today’s episode Lauren shares her experiences with facilitating deep, transformational discussions within her family and friend groups and the impact it’s had on her life. Tune in to learn more about how you can start hosting women’s c…
 
Today on the show we have Stephan Moccio, a pianist and composer who has written some songs you may have heard! We talk about a few of those today, including "A New Day Has Come" by Celine Dion and "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus. When he isn't creating the beautiful melodies of some of pop's biggest hits, Stephan also writes some of the best piano …
 
This is a behind the scenes chat about the film - This is our London which is available to watch via Youtube via this link: https://youtu.be/jBbV-lP3KNQ When I watched London marathons before I was a marathoner, whilst the leading runners were African. However as a Black British kid growing up in London, I couldn’t relate to both British and Africa…
 
Episode 107, is a special Boston marathon episode in collaboration with The Big Run podcast. This special episode is a deep dive into the oldest marathon of the majors Boston, which first took place on Monday, April 19, 1897: The Boston Marathon was originally called the American Marathon and was the final event of the B.A.A. Games. We have two fas…
 
Brian Sanders is a filmmaker and the creator of the Food Lies, a documentary about what humans are supposed to eat, where we went wrong and what we can do to fix it. In today’s episode Brian share his experience living with an African tribe and what he’s learned from nutritional and lifestyle standpoint. What you’ll learn: Eating for longevity Bein…
 
One thing most of us can relate to is setting deadlines. Sometimes it's for work or school projects, and sometimes it's for chasing dreams. Marcus Atom told his mom that if hadn't reached a certain level of success in music by the time he was 30, he would look for another career. Well, it just so happens that on his 30th birthday, yep, the exact da…
 
Episode 106, is a special 2021 London Marathon episode, where I speak with elite runner Charlotte Purdue and Event Director of London Marathon Events Hugh Brasher. ————————————————————— The conversation with Charlotte was recorded from the first Adizero runners roundtable Marathon Season Twitter talk, focusing on marathon mindset. Charlotte is the …
 
Heath Diekert is the frontman of The Diekert Group, where he helps CEOs and business owners grow and experience positive changes in their personal and professional lives. In today’s episode Heath shares some of his unique techniques that will help you stay focused on your goal, avoid “drift”, as well as the greatest self-awareness tool I’ve ever co…
 
In episode 105 I speak with Dougie Musson, who is a professional runner based in Birmingham. He started running around eight years old. In his early career he focused on the middle distance events. His PB’s include: 1500m 3:46:14 3000m 8:03:76 5000m 14:02:92 3K Steeplechase 8:38:54 He recently transitioned into marathon running, his first marathon …
 
Sometimes music just touches us in a way and we can't explain why. Is it the lyrics, the voice, the sounds of the band, or a single instrument? I think it's different every time it happens. Today's guest has done that for me. Tim Higgins has a voice that is as distinct as it is powerful. His lyrics touch on how he sees his surroundings, and his del…
 
In episode 104 I speak with Tina Muir who is the founder, host and CEO of Running For Real. Tina is a mother of two and former international runner for Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The Running For Real Podcast is a collective of conversations about running, the climate emergency, and social justice. This podcast has amassed over 4.5 million …
 
Annie Lala isn’t just any relationship coach, she is OUR relationship coach. In this episode Adee and I are sharing one of our very own personal coaching sessions with Annie where we discuss praise in our relationship and how to let go of things that no longer serve you. Resources from the show: Instagram Website…
 
Today's episode of the Songfacts Podcast is all about Jackson Browne, his life and songs. Our guest, Justin Cox, examines his work in great detail on "After The Deluge: An Unofficial Jackson Browne Podcast." After 12 episodes, Browne granted Cox an interview for episode 13 as part of the press for his 14th album, Downhill From Everywhere, released …
 
Mike Bledsoe is the founder of The Strong Coach and the former Shrugged Collective. In today’s episode Mike talks about his Barbell Business falling apart and some of the valuable lessons he’s learned from the experience. We’ll also be getting into a concept known as language upgrade and how it's not just about what you say, but how you say it that…
 
In episode 102, I speak with Stephen Gnoza who is a professional video producer and amateur runner (marathon best of 2:55) currently based out of Boulder, Colorado. After a decade of working in corporate video, Stephen has begun to explore more creative video projects. One of his YouTube series, Serious Runner, caught my attention. All great comedy…
 
In a world where everything is transient, Sofie Fatouretchi just wants to create something beautiful that lasts. The Vienna-based artist, who performs under her first name, started her musical journey as a classically trained violinist before becoming a global DJ and talent scout for the indie label Stones Throw Records. In 2016, she curated the un…
 
The First Mile Always Lies returns with another special collaboration with the big run podcast. Myself and Danny Easton recorded live at Meopham, Gravesend at the Maverick Race event, Ultra Black Trails. The aim was to promote diversity on the trails. So we take a deep dive and give you a behind the scenes aspect of the race, and even take you into…
 
In episode 100 I speak with Mary Cain, who is a professional runner and founder of the nonprofit and professional running team, Atalanta NYC. Atalanta NYC employs professional female runners to serve as mentors for young girls while building both their career skills and training full-time. Along with focusing on her training, Mary works at Tracksmi…
 
Tim Kennedy is a man’s man. He is an Army Green Beret turned former top 5 Middleweight UFC Fighter, and the founder of Sheepdog Response where he helps people develop the skills to successfully respond to threats. Today’s episode is a true testament of what happens when you do tough things. In this episode Tim shares some of the hardest experiences…
 
Ever wonder how those props, video monitors, vocal effects, light cues and other enhancements come together at a concert, all synched to the music? Laura Escudé has the answers. Escudé has done design, programming and playback for some very big names: Herbie Hancock, Garbage, Miguel, Demi Lovato. But one name stands out among her clients as an unpr…
 
This series is a straight to the point view of my thoughts in my training journey. In this first episode I shared some things that would have saved me a lot of wasted time when marathon training. This year I’m running the Virgin Money London Marathon, which is one of the biggest fundraiser events globally. Each of the 4 times, I’ve raised money for…
 
In episode 99, I speak with my friend Ron. He works in health care technology, but is a dedicated athlete. More recently he ran multiple marathons to raise money to support the frontline HealthCare workers during the early stages of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Following that he ran 60 miles on his birthday, in the freezing cold streets of NYC to …
 
Nick Bare is the founder of Bare Performance Nutrition, as well as a US Army Infantry Veteran. In today’s episode we’re talking about leadership characteristics he learned in the military and how he’s used those skills in starting a nutrition company, and influencing people under distress. Resources from the show: Bare Performance Nutrition Instagr…
 
What do you think of when you think of ska music? If you're like me, you've heard of it, know it's in the realm of reggae, but might not be 100% sure what the differences are and which bands are playing it! Well, if that's the case then this episode of the Songfacts Podcast is for you. Today I speak with Marc Wasserman, a musician, fellow podcaster…
 
What does the future of crew running look like? Welcome back to a runner’s life podcast. For episode 98 we’re switching things up. Today’s episode marks the first in a new series in collaboration with The Big Run podcast hosted by Danny Easton We have joined up over the past few weeks to record a series of specials that we will be releasing monthly…
 
In episode 97, I speak with Tommie. He is the Owner of Chip Time Running. A host of The RUN EAT SLEEP Show. We discuss his history with running, his journey to becoming sober, and how he started practicing a vegan diet too. Tommie recently ran an incredible PR at the Glass City Marathon, and earned a Boston Qualifying time. ————————————————————— In…
 
Bruce was a participant in ABC’s Extreme Weight Loss about five years ago and he lost over 200 pounds in one year. Bruce shared his weight loss story with me in episode 6. Today he’s highlighting the differences that separate him from the participants that haven’t been able to keep the weight off. We talk goal setting, hitting rock bottom, and why …
 
What do you do if you're a producer and you run out of tracks to sample? If you're the guys behind Analog Players Society - Ben Rubin and Amon Drum - you gather a group of New York City's best musicians, put them in a room, and hit record. It is with this mentality that the record Soundtrack For A Nonexistent Film came to be. Released in Oct…
 
In episode 96, I speak with Julia Chase-Brand a true pioneer of U.S. running. So let’s go back. In 1960, women weren't allowed in races longer than 880 yards. The popular opinion of the time considered that distance running was harmful to reproductive organs. Let’s go further back, so in 1928 American and British papers falsely reported on the wome…
 
In episode 95, I speak with Alison Staples, who is a Baltimore native. She starting running aged 31. Dared by a friend, her very first race was the Baltimore Half Marathon. The hills of Baltimore made the experience challenging, but the pride she got from hobbling across the finish line, was enough to make her trade her elliptical for the road. Sin…
 
Whether you’re looking to improve your current love life or expand your non-existent one — you’ll want to hear what the love guru, Jayson Gaddis from The Relationship School, has to say. On this week’s episode, Jayson’s covering topics of attracting an ideal partner, the taboo of polyamory vs monogamy in the modern world, the many nuances that we f…
 
Benedict Cork went the piano man route, much like Billy Joel. He hasn't written a hit song about the experience yet, but he has developed into an outstanding songwriter and performer, able to find beauty in the darker emotions. That kind of nuanced melancholy is his specialty, but he takes a different direction on his latest single, "Have A Good Li…
 
In episode 94, I speak with Coach Alli who is a certified running coach based in NYC. Prior to moving into fitness she spent 6 years as a corporate professional. In this conversation we talk about: What a runner’s life means to her. What lessons running has taught her. Tips for how to stay present and enjoy the journey. How running shows us how to …
 
One of the original CrossFit gymnastics experts, Carl Paoli, makes an appearance on the Brute Podcast this week, but instead of talking shop, Carl gets into some of his more recent accolades in lifestyle coaching. Carl shares his best tips for designing the life of your dreams, controlling your emotions and taking charge of creating your own realit…
 
This week on the Michael Caz Podcast, I’m joined by my wife Adee Cazayoux. In today’s episode we’re talking about Michael Singer’s lecture series, “Living From A Place Of Surrender”. In it, we discuss our key takeaways as well as some tips that may help you reach a spiritual breakthrough, let go of stress and fear, and align with the flow of living…
 
In episode 93, I speak with Tom Hollis who is a Registered Dietitian specialising in intensive care and endurance sport, he is an experienced practitioner working in the United Kingdom National Health Service (NHS) and works in private practice. In this conversation we talk about: The significance of micronutrients. The importance of protein for mu…
 
Aaron Lee Tasjan, who looks like a character from That '70s Show but sounds like Tom Petty (even Petty's drummer thinks so), makes a kind of unpredictable, mind-bending music that addresses concerns specific to his generation: digital overload, mental health, identity. But this isn't the confessional songwriting you're used to. It's presente…
 
This week I’m excited to introduce you to the Squat King himself, Dr. Aaron Horschig. In this episode we’ll be diving into a lot of the concepts and principles highlighted in his book, The Squat Bible, as well as how we can ultimately improve the performance of our athletes through the quality of movement. Be sure to check below for links to his bo…
 
In episode 92, I speak with Kevin Quinn, a father of three. A 2.22.12 marathon runner and head coach at Team Real Runners. Kevin was one of the pacers for the Great Britain marathon trails for the Tokyo Olympics, where Steph Davis won and earned a qualifying place. To listen to the conversation with Steph look at episode 89. In 2016, after running …
 
Andrew Drish was the Co-Founder of The Foundation, an online mentoring program for entrepreneurs. He has since shifted his focus and partnered with relationship experts to create coaching programs to help people struggling with break up, divorce, dating, sex, and much more. In today’s episode we’re answering questions such as how to know when it’s …
 
John Splithoff spent the first part of his career writing single after single. One of those, "Sing To You," broke through in 2016 and now has almost 45 million streams on Spotify. This allowed him to book some tours and festival gigs, and landed him a short stint with a major label. He has since gone back to his independent roots. In 2019 John unin…
 
In episode 91, I speak with Yusuf Bizimana aka Fly Bizzy. He is currently running at the university of Texas for their track and field team and is doing well. I came across him when he posted a 5k on his YouTube channel. And his personality and mindset really shines through. In this conversation we talk about: The importance of mindset The importan…
 
This show is a special episode that I do each month with my wife Adee Cazayoux, owner of Working Against Gravity. Adee and her company have worked with over 15,000 people — helping them transform their lives by dialing in on their nutrition. These special episodes are always favorites and some of the most popular I’ve done. Today we’re talking abou…
 
Pop Evil has been making pulse-pounding rock with a positive message for 20 years now, defying the long odds every step of the way. Bands aren't supposed to break out in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and they're not supposed to pay their dues playing covers, but frontman Leigh Kakaty knew better than to head for a coast and abandon their support system, …
 
This conversation with is with elite Ultrarunner Maggie Guterl aka "Maggatron". Guterl is also known for becoming the first female to win at Big’s Backyard Ultra in 2019. This conversation was recorded shortly before she placed first in the female category and seventh overall in the inaugural Cocodona 250. Plus we discussed the runner’s mindset, th…
 
When you think of alternative, grunge or garage band, what do you think of? It takes me to a time in the early '90s that gave us a new sound and a bunch of great bands: Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains. I was taken to that time again when I was introduced to the female trio named Hello Mary. These three young ladies are combining their sound of …
 
As a fan of the sport, I was excited to speak with the following two athletes. Steph Davies won the British Olympic marathon trials and qualified for the Tokyo Olympics and will represent Great Britain, she finished in 2:27:16 (this interview starts at 2:45). Aoife Cooke won the Cheshire Elite Marathon and qualified for the Tokyo Olympics and will …
 
Donna Jean Godchaux is the only woman to ever be a member of the Grateful Dead. Along with her husband Keith, she was in the group from 1972-1979 as a singer and songwriter. She joined them in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. Pre-Dead, Godchaux sang backup in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, appearing on the Percy Sledge classic "When a Man Loves a W…
 
This conversation is with Jon Hilling, a runner and at the time of the interview is a nutrition student. We dive into some things that work for him when fuelling his marathon training. We talk about mental health and the impact that sport can play in ones well-being. However if you’re experiencing any mental health challenges, these are some UK res…
 
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