Carrie Tollefson is by any standard and elite runner. Olympian. 13-time State Champion. National record holder for the most consecutive cross-country titles. First person in NCAA history to win both the 3,000 and 5,000 meter titles. 5-time NCAA. NCAA Indoor Track Athlete of the year. And if all that isn’t enough, Carrie has been on the cover of Runner’s World magazine 5 times!
She has ben running and setting records for decades, and yet still, just last year ran a marathon under 3 hours. Today she is going to help you understand a little better how you can GET AFTER IT, without getting injured.
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about how to GET AFTER IT and recovery faster with Carrie Tollefson.View Details »
Kim Conley: 2-time Olympic athlete and middle and long distance track star.
Part of what I find so inspiring about Kim is the way in which she has pulled it out and come back in the final meters and final seconds of races to secure the win.
We’re really fortunate to have Kim on the show today to share some of her strategies and tactics that have helped her stay fit, train hard and recover after all those hard workouts throughout her career.
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we are talking with Kim Conley, about the strategies she uses to recover quickly after hard training blocks, or when resuming training after a world-class event.View Details »