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Brad takes out the Christchurch Half Marathon in a new PB, despite concerns about his hip. He recaps the race as well as the week leading up to it while giving details into his race schedule.

Julian has another easy week and develops a complicated relationship with the heart rate monitor.

Brady’s training is in full swing, ticking off sessions setting up for Gold Coast Half Marathon on July 1.

Sinead Diver & Jack Rayner win the Launceston 10k, setting new course records in the process. Sinead took it out in a close duel with Ellie Pashley in a time of 31:58, while Jack Rayner lead from start to finish in a time of 28:31.

The Leonora Mile men’s race was won by previous guest Jordan Gusman, while the women’s race marked the return of Chloe Tighe.

Gusman and Tighe claim The Leonora Golden Gift Elite Mile title

Listener and Patreon supporter Rob asks about whether the boys practice mindfulness and how it impacts their day-to-day running.

Moose on the Loose rips into the choice of “personalities” as running event ambassadors laments the absence from the Australian running fraternity.

This week’s guest is Alan McCubbin, PhD researcher and lecturer on Nutrition and Dietetics at Monash University, Melbourne. He chats with Brady on a variety of topics such as how carb loading works, the challenges involved with conducting large scale nutrition studies and dispels some myths and misconceptions around fat adaptations, caffeine and how muscles store and use carbs.