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Author: Matt Fitzgerald & Hanna Hunstad

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80/20 Endurance is the world’s leading developer of training plans for endurance athletes—and now it’s also a podcast! Hosted by Matt Fitzgerald and Hanna Hunstad, our eclectic weekly series aims to entertain, inform, and inspire athletes of all abilities and experience levels by providing a forum for lively conversations with a diverse range of personalities from the endurance world. Follow us on Instagram @8020endurance and learn more about us at 8020endurance.com. 

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In this episode of 80 20 Endurance, we chat with Jarred Ervin, a runner, coach, and advocate. From a non-runner with a baseball background to a trail running enthusiast, Jared shares his journey fueled by his fiancee's encouragement. He dives into his experience with the Coaches of Color initiative and the significance of his role in Black Men Run. Jarred's coaching ethos emphasizes effort-based runs, adaptability, and a love for diverse running terrains. Passionate about representation, he d...
This episode of the 80/20 Endurance podcast features a deep dive into the journey of one of our Coaches of Color apprentices, an influencer turned endurance coach, Mireille Siné. She sheds some light on the balance between influence and expertise in the endurance sports world, and shares insights into her personal battle with an autoimmune disease and how it propelled her towards embracing endurance coaching. This episode explores the transformative power of mentorship, the importance of stru...
In this episode, we chat with Ryan Whited, a trainer who developed a unique approach to pain management called 'Training is Treatment.' Whited shares his experiences, which include grappling with injuries stemming from his various physical activities such as Karate, football, and climbing. As an expansion of his coaching, Whited has co-authored a book named 'Pain and Performance' with Matt Fitzgerald. Leveraging a biographical approach, it reveals Whited’s journey from athlete to coach, helpi...
In this episode, we sit down with world-class ultra marathoner Camille Herron. Camille shares her impressive running journey and background, discussing her approach to nutrition, mental strategies for ultra distances, and her unique training techniques. From her early life hearing disability and developing a fascination with science, to mastering ultra marathons and enjoying steak and tacos post-race, Camille's journey is a testament to determination, resilience and pursuing passion. She also...
Live from Dream Run Camp: An In-depth Conversation with Coach Jack Mullaney of The Hoka Northern Arizona Elite TeamIn this episode, we welcome guest, Jack Mullaney, newly hired coach of the Hoka Northern Arizona Elite professional running team. Our conversation explores a variety of topics including Jack's coaching style and philosophy, the importance of building strong relationships and trust with athletes, his approach to drawing meaningful insights from data in training, and his thoughts o...
Sarah Gearhart on 'We Share the Sun' and Kenya's Elite RunnersIn this podcast episode, Sarah Gearhart, author of 'We Share the Sun', discusses her time in Kenya profiling elite runners and the acclaimed running coach, Patrick Tsang. Throughout the conversation, Sarah delves into various aspects of Kenyan running culture, the significance of the food known as UGALI in the runner's diet, and her personal experience in training with the athletes. Sarah discusses how Patrick's unique coaching app...
Join us for a transformative journey as we sit down with Martinus Evans. After a life-altering doctor's ultimatum, Martinus was determined to create a space for himself in the running community. Discover how Martinus is redefining what it means to be a runner and empowering individuals of all sizes and abilities to embrace the joy of running. This episode is a powerful reminder that running is for everyone, no matter where you start (or finish).Connect with Martinus:InstagramCheck out hi...
Emily Pifer is the talented author of "The Running Body," a book that offers a unique perspective on the sport we love.Emily takes us on a thought-provoking exploration of her journey, the complexities of the human body, and the enduring allure of running. Join us for a discussion that intersects sports, psychology, and personal transformation.Connect with Emily:Her personal website: https://emilypifer.com/Her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilydpifer/Get her book, "The Running Body": ...
Gareth Sandford holds a PhD in sport physiology and running performance from the Sport Performance Research Institute at AUT University in New Zealand. He's also worked for 13+ years across 18 individual and team sports within three Olympic and Paralympic systems (UK, New Zealand and Canada) and three professional sports leagues (English Football, Cricket and Rugby), and collaborated extensively within four additional Olympic sport systems (USA, Australia, Netherlands, Belgium). But that's no...
In this episode of the 80/20 Endurance Podcast, we venture into the dynamic world of human performance with a remarkable guest, Sian Allen. As a distinguished Human Performance Researcher, Sian is known for her exceptional ability to blend data, science, technology, and art to unlock the secrets of human achievement.Connect with Sian: https://twitter.com/DrSianAllenConnect With Us:Hanna @hannadoesfitness, Hanna's JamsMatt @fitzgerald.matt, Matt's Jams80/20 EnduranceSign up for the 80/20 Endur...
Dr. Scott H. Frey is an internationally renowned neuroscientist and psychologist, accomplished enduranceathlete, author, and teacher. Scott helps individuals and groups identify and realize their aspirations. He canbe reached at: Scott@CerebralPerformance.comConnect With Us:Hanna @hannadoesfitness, Hanna's JamsMatt @fitzgerald.matt, Matt's Jams80/20 EnduranceSign up for the 80/20 Endurance Newsletter here
Hilary JM Topper, MPA, is a trailblazing entrepreneur, renowned USA Triathlon Coach Level 1, USMS Swim Coach, RRCA Running Coach, and author. She is the CEO of HJMT Public Relations, Inc., a driving force behind successful PR and digital marketing strategies. Her expertise extends to the world of endurance sports, as reflected in her latest book "From Couch Potato to Endurance Athlete." This gripping memoir not only chronicles her personal journey but also resonates with anyone seeking inspir...
Christine Yu is an award-winning journalist whose work focuses on the intersection of sports science and women athletes. Her writing has appeared in Outside, The Washington Post, Time, and other publications. She is a lifelong athlete who loves running, yoga, and surfing. She lives in Brooklyn, NY. In this episode we discuss her book "Up to Speed".Connect With Christine:InstagramTwitterPersonal Website (Find her book, "Up to Speed", here)Connect With Us:Hanna @hannadoesfitness, Hanna's ...
Among the highlights of the recent Endeavorun retreat in Austin, Texas, was an all-star expert roundtable. Hosts Jake Tuber and Hanna Hunstad took turns firing questions at Dr. Asher Henry (PT, DPT, CSCS), Coach B from Too Legit Fitness and the Race Mob Podcast, Amanda Brooks and 80/20 Endurance’s own Matt Fitzgerald. Too bad you missed it, right? Wrong! We recorded it, and in this podcast we share the best parts with you.Part 1 can be found here: The Race Mob PodcastPart 2 can be found here:...
Joanne Lee Molinaro is on the podcast this week. If you think you're too old for tiktok, think again. Joanne started her blog in 2015 and took to tiktok during the pandemic. She shares authentic snippets of inspiration, life stories, and by the end of the clip... you feel like her friend. Joanne has a natural way of connecting with humans and brings her creative, ambitious spirit to the podcast this week as she shares her story about going from partner at a law firm to full-time content creat...
There is no one like Cait Chock, seriously. Matt and Hanna sat down, cracked open a beer, and let Cait Chock tell her story... exclusively. Cait has one of the most unique relationships with running. As a record-smashing state champion in high school, Cait seemed destined for massive success. But as she began her professional career at Nike, her body had different plans. She's had to reframe her relationship with running as she battles chronic fatigue. Her story is inspiring, undoubtably, but...
Everyone knows that sleep is important. But for endurance athletes, it’s even more important—and also more challenging in certain ways. Does working out late in the day affect sleep quality? Does poor sleep the night before a race impact performance, and if so, what can be done about it? In this week’s podcast, Hanna and Matt get answers to these and other questions from Yale University sleep experts Meir Kryger and Lynelle Schneeberg. Be sure to subscribe, so you’re notified when new episode...
Nine days into her yearlong Coaches of Color Initiative apprenticeship, Jessica Schnier sat down with Hanna and Matt to tell her story, give honest feedback on how the apprenticeship experience is going so far, and share her hopes and plans for the future. Wise beyond her years, Jessica also explains her coaching philosophy and offers one of the best tips we’ve ever heard on dealing with rough patches in races.COCI is a resource-intensive program, and we need your help to give Jessica and fut...
Best known as the woman behind the immensely popular blog Run to the Finish, as well as the book of the same name, Amanda Brooks is also one of five coaches (our own Matt Fitzgerald being another) involved in PACE, an AI-powered adaptive training app for runners that was recently launched by TrainingPeaks. In her new interview with Hanna and Matt, Amanda explains how she got involved in the PACE project, what makes it so unique, and why she’s excited about the upcoming Austin Running Retreat,...
For those of us who love the sport of triathlon, Emma-Kate Lidbury has lived a fairytale life. Like many of us, Emma-Kate discovered triathlon as an adult, doing her first race on a lark with no expectations. Unlike most of us, however, she not only fell in love with the sport but also discovered that she was extraordinarily good at it—so good that she went on to turn pro and win six Ironman 70.3 events and crack the top ten in 70.3 Worlds on two occasions.But the fairytale doesn’t end there....
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Darin Dirige

So thankful this is up and "running" again

Sep 21st
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