Podcast 016 – Dr. Jeff Messer (rebroadcast)

This second interview with Dr. Messer is a rebroadcast of his interview with me for High School Running Coach.

Dr. Messer is widely considered one of the best high school distance coaches in the country and in this interview he discusses in detail his training for the Desert Vista (AZ) girls team that he coaches.

Dr. Messer is a special individual and a unique mind in the world of running, he’s a friend and I’m lucky to know him.

If you are interested in learning from other great high school coaches like Dr. Messer, visit HighSchoolRunningCoach.com and consider becoming a member.  If you would like to read a transcript of this interview click here.

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Podcast 015 – Dr. Jeff Messer (rebroadcast)

Dr. Jeff Messer is both a high school coach and an exercise physiologist.  He is widely recognized as one of the best high school coaches in the country.

This interview is a rebroadcast of an interview between myself and Dr. Messer from my old CoachJayJohnson.com podcast.  At the time of that recording Dr. Messer was coaching at Xavier College Prep; he now coaches at Desert Vista, both in the Phoenix, AZ.

Dr. Messer has presented at the Boulder Running Clinics.  You can watch excerpts from his presentations for free on YouTube (this video in ice baths is good) or you can purchase the entire presentation – both video and audio files – at BoulderRunningClinics.com.

Jeff is a fantastic human and I’m lucky to count him as a friend.  I hope you enjoy listening to the interview as much as I enjoyed recording it.

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Podcast 014 – Simulcast with the Just Athletics podcast

This was a lot of fun – a simulcast with the Just Athletics podcast – hosted by Josh Rowe and Chris Johnson.

Josh has worked with world class athletes in sports marketing at both Nike and New Balance.  Chris is a hard working HS coach and English teacher in Florence, Oregon.  I’m lucky to know both men.

We talk track in this episode because – let’s face it folks – all three of us are track geeks.

I hope you enjoy this episode as much as the three of us enjoyed recording it.

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Podcast 012 – Doug Petrick

Doug Petrick is a serious runner, a high school coach, a high school educator and a father with young children.  He’s extremely busy, as are many of the listeners of this podast.

I coached Doug online for a season and he did a great job buying in to the training, which culminated in Doug racing well.

Doug has been coaching himself in the past year and in this podcast we get to learn about his implementation of my coaching approach into his own training, as well as the coaching of his high school team.

Thanks Doug for finding the time to be on the podcast.

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Podcast 011 – Dr. Richard Hansen – Part 1

Dr. Richard Hansen is a chiropractor and coach in Boulder, Colorado.  Dr. Hansen is one of the brightest minds in the sport.  In this podcast he talks about the efficacy of different modalities and he will help you understand how to determine if a medical professional is a good fit for you as a runner.

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Podcast 010 – Travis Macy

Travis Macy is the the author of the book, The Ultra Mindset.  Travis is an adventure racer and ultra marathon runner and he shares his thoughts about how those two activities have shaped his life.  Thanks for the time Travis!

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