Category Archives for "Training"
Episode: 006Title: Elite after 40 with Jon NolandFinal Show Link: https://innerfireendurance.com/ifes006In this episode:As luck would have it, I had the opportunity to interview my coach, Jon Noland. (Yes, coaches have coaches. Confucius says “Those who coach themselves, have a fool for a coach.”) This episode gives a different view of training and racing as Jon […]Read More
Episode: 004Title: 5 Tips for Summer TrainingFinal Show Link: https://innerfireendurance.com/ifes004In this episode:Coach Brad goes over the impacts of training in the heat and ways to help. Coach Brad covers -Why it is hard to train in the heatPhysiological FactorsMental FactorsSuffering5 Ways to Help with training in the heatHydrate ContinuouslySlurpy PriorIce Ice BabyElectrolyte DrinksTrain EarlySubscribe to the […]Read More
Episode: 001Title: How to Start a Fitness JourneySubtitle: The Inner Fire Origin StoryFinal Show Link: https://innerfireendurance.com/IFES001In This Episode:In this episode, we discussStarting a Fitness Regimen (or Journey)Inner Fire’s (or Coach Brad’s) Origin StoryThe Pleasure-Pain PrincipleHow it relates to starting and continuing a fitness regimenFollow our PodcastSubscribe to the Inner Fire Endurance Podcast:Follow the host:Follow our Host […]Read More
Tips for Quality Run Training Train no faster than one pace quicker than the race you are training for. For example, 5k pace is good for an Olympic-distance race, while half-marathon pace suffices for IRONMAN training. Distinguish what your greatest limiter is. Is it physiological, i.e. engine capacity, specific fitness, ability to tolerate heat, ability […]Read More
Being immersed in the fitness industry provides me with a ton of different opportunities to experience different techniques, methodologies, and products. I recently had the privilege of a one-on-one demo of the Yamuna® body rolling technique that focuses on myofascial release. Recovery Most runners, triathletes and other endurance athletes tend to neglect recovery. Why? Well, […]Read More
I have been coaching for sometime now. Once in a while, I receive an email from a client which chokes me up with pride. Today, I received one of those letters, so instead of sharing it via a Facebook post, I decided to copy it here. The Letter to the Coach “Hello Brad, To reflect […]Read More