Brady’s living it up in Byron Bay still trying to get it done to the delight of onlookers.
Julian recreates a training session from Boulder and fits in some banter with Watto.
Brad attempts another session and catches up with previous guest Chris Hamer.
Brett Robinson gets chased by Harry Summers sets a new record for the Run The Bridge course while Milly Clark makes a return to form.
Joseph Deng sets a new Australian 800m Indoor National Record.
Stewy McSweyn chases Samuel Tefera and Yomif Kejelcha to set a new National Record for 1500m Indoor, paced by Jordy Williamsz.
Julien Wanders and Sifan Hassan set new post-2018 road 5k World Records.
Listener questions from James ask the boys about their current shoes in rotation while Paul asks about coaching relationships, what they get out of them and why they have/don’t have coaches. Moose on the Loose against professionals (or non-professionals) espousing advice out of their realms of expertise #stayinyourlane
Brady catches up with coach and writer Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout newsletter & podcast about training and running California International Marathon in 2:27, setting his first PB in 11 years. Mario takes it back to getting into running via basketball and pursuing a professional running career to working at a newspaper part-time while dealing with malnutrition, injuries and the mental demons associated with bad eating habits. Mario talks about his break into athletics journalism working on Competitor magazine covering race reports and training articles, with Brady picking his brain on interviewing athletes and uncovering their stories, before going into how he got into coaching and writing the Morning Shakeout and the transition to pursuing both full time.
Mario discusses having the tact and honesty to articulate opinions on athletics and marathoning, going into detail about who he thinks will make the USA Olympic Marathon teams and what needs to change in athletics.