Specificity in Training - Marianne Heading

Mar 04, 05:38 PM

On this week's show we talk to Ultra Runner, Marianne Heading, who recently won the Montane Yukon Artic Ultra in Canada; a 300-mile (482 km) race in freezing temperatures near the Arctic Circle.

We discuss the incredible experience; how she kept focused on the task in hand, and managed to finish the race despite injury. 

Jermaine also gives us a Steeplechase masterclass, discussing the sorts of specific training he included in his routine.

We also discuss Spanish pick pockets, Jermaine trespassing on the tube line, and Big Half training.

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