Episode 8: Decorated Coach Ryan Knapp for Real Talk on Training Loads, Over Racing, Coach/Athlete Communication, and Recovery

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ryan-1Coach Dave is joined by decorated running coach Ryan Knapp, founder of Miles to Go Endurance. Ryan has been featured in Runners WorldTriathlete MagazineTraining Peaks as well as in Greatist’s 5k Training Guide, How to Run Your Best 5k

Dave and Ryan spend about an hour talking in a very open way about training loads, over-training, under-training, over racing, and recovery. Dave spills the beans on a new milestone that he is thinking about taking on, a 50K. Will he do it?

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