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Registered dietician, author, radio and tv personality Rebecca Turner - Part 2

Registered dietician, author, radio and tv personality Rebecca Turner - Part 2

November 17, 2018

Rebecca is a best selling Author, registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), radio host, television presenter, and a certified specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD) with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Rebecca Turner zealously spreads the message of her published book, Mind Over Fork, which aims to enlighten the reader that as you think, so you eat. (Proverbs 23:7)

Weekdays, you will find Rebecca Turner hosting her statewide talk radio show, Good Things with Rebecca Turner, on SuperTalk Mississippi. 

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Rebecca Turner graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with both a bachelor and master of science degree in nutrition and food systems. In 2012, she was awarded the Mississippi Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year and received the Circle of Excellence Award from SUDIA in 2014. 

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When Rebecca Turner is not on your radio or TV spreading a message of well-being and spotlighting the good things, you'll find her testing her physical abilities. After accomplishing two marathons, dozens of half-marathons, and countless 5K, Rebecca Turner has turned to the weight room to challenge her inner and outer strength.

Rebecca Turner joined Coaches Mike McElroy and Jeremy Jungling on the podcast to discuss all things nutrition, fitness and training, finding your why, and much more.

Rebecca offers so much fantastic information and discussion that this episode had to be split into two portions.

Registered dietician, author, radio and tv personality Rebecca Turner - Part 1

Registered dietician, author, radio and tv personality Rebecca Turner - Part 1

November 17, 2018

Rebecca is a best selling Author, registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), radio host, television presenter, and a certified specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD) with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Rebecca Turner zealously spreads the message of her published book, Mind Over Fork, which aims to enlighten the reader that as you think, so you eat. (Proverbs 23:7)

Weekdays, you will find Rebecca Turner hosting her statewide talk radio show, Good Things with Rebecca Turner, on SuperTalk Mississippi. 

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Rebecca Turner graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with both a bachelor and master of science degree in nutrition and food systems. In 2012, she was awarded the Mississippi Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year and received the Circle of Excellence Award from SUDIA in 2014. 

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When Rebecca Turner is not on your radio or TV spreading a message of well-being and spotlighting the good things, you'll find her testing her physical abilities. After accomplishing two marathons, dozens of half-marathons, and countless 5K, Rebecca Turner has turned to the weight room to challenge her inner and outer strength.

Rebecca Turner joined Coaches Mike McElroy and Jeremy Jungling on the podcast to discuss all things nutrition, fitness and training, finding your why, and much more.

Rebecca offers so much fantastic information and discussion that this episode had to be split into two portions. Check out part 2 for the entire episode! 

Best Selling Author, Sports Nutritionist, Athlete and Coach Matt Fitzgerald

Best Selling Author, Sports Nutritionist, Athlete and Coach Matt Fitzgerald

October 9, 2018

Matt Fitzgerald is a renowned and best selling author of 25 books. He is a noted endurance coach and athlete.

On this episode, we discuss topics from two of Matt's best selling books. How Bad Do You Want It? and 80/20 Triathlon.

Matt’s career has included stints at Triathlete, AthletesVillage.com, Active.com, and Competitor Group. Matt’s byline has appeared in a long list of national publications including Bicycling, Maxim, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health, Men’s Journal, Outside, Shape, Stuff, and Women’s Health. The son of a novelist, Matt has a special passion for writing books. His best-known titles include Racing Weight, Brain Training for Runners, and Triathlete Magazine’s Essential Week-by-Week Training Guide.

A certified sports nutritionist, Matt has served as a consultant to numerous sports nutrition companies, including Energy First, Healthy Directions, PacificHealth Labs, and Next Proteins. Having coached for Carmichael Training Systems in the early 2000’s, Matt continues to design readymade training plans for triathletes and runners that are sold through TrainingPeaks.com and FinalSurge.com, as well as customized plans available through this website, www.8020endurance.com

Author Alex Hutchinson talks Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance

Author Alex Hutchinson talks Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance

October 1, 2018

Alex Hutchinson is the author of the New York Times bestseller titled Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance.

Alex is a physicist, a former member of the Canadian National Track Team, writes and has written for Outside Magazine and Runner's World, and covered Nike's recent Breaking 2 attempt at producing a sub 2 hour marathon.

On this episode, we discuss some of the most interesting parts of his book, we find out when Alex predicts the 2 hour marathon barrier will be broken, and hear some amazing insight into the limits of human performance.

There's something for everyone in this episode. Check it out!

Fatigue, Motivation, and Time Constraints in Training

Fatigue, Motivation, and Time Constraints in Training

September 14, 2018

Have you ever struggled with how to overcome fatigue in your training? Wondered if you should rest or continue training? Are you searching for motivation in all the wrong places?

These are some of the questions, among others, that we've received from listeners recently, so we decided to answer them!

Coach Mike McElroy joins the program to discuss how to battle mental and physical fatigue, along with how to determine when you should push through and when you should take some time off.

We also discussed the differences between motivation and inspiration, whether your goals align with your approach, and what you can do to stay on track.

Lastly, Mike gives some good tips on how you can squeeze in a good strength or endurance workout when you are short on time, along with the best workouts to do based on your lifestyle.

This is a very informative and fun episode, and you should hear something that will benefit you.. Enjoy!

The Amazing Chris Waddell

The Amazing Chris Waddell

August 31, 2018

Chris Waddell is a 13 time Paralympic medalist who is also a member of the National Disabled Ski Hall of Fame, the US Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame, was named one of the 50 most beautiful people by People Magazine, and even summited Mt. Kilimanjaro on a handcycle, amongst many other amazing accomplishments.

Chris' Kilimanjaro climb was captured in a documentary called One Revolution, which can be found at https://one-revolution.org/

Chris has also appeared on Oprah, 20/20 and Dateline, and his 2011 commencement speech at Middlebury College in Vermont was named one of the greatest commencement speeches ever by NPR.

Chris' motto is "It's not what happens to you, but what you do with what happens to you" and he exemplifies this as much as anyone ever has.

Learn more about his upcoming project at www.chriswaddellspeaking.com or follow on Instagram @chris_waddell_living_it

Enjoy the show!

Supercompensation Training

Supercompensation Training

August 23, 2018

Have you ever found yourself in a training rut where you keep working hard but don't seem to be improving? In this episode, Coach Jeremy and Coach Mike discuss how you can achieve performance breakthroughs and break through plateaus with a unique method called supercompensation training. 

The Pelotonia Experience part 2

The Pelotonia Experience part 2

August 13, 2018

The members of the Mississippi Cyclopaths discuss their experience at Pelotonia, a three day annual cycling event that has raised nearly $170 million for life saving cancer research in 10 years. 

The Pelotonia Experience part 1

The Pelotonia Experience part 1

August 13, 2018

A few months ago, a group of 8 friends whose lives had all been impacted by cancer, banded together to form a fundraising team for Pelotonia, a three day cycling event in Columbus, OH that raises money for life-saving cancer research. In this episode 5 of the 8 team members sit down to talk about their experiences at the event, the challenge of fundraising, saddle sores due to lack of proper training, and how being motivated and inspired by something bigger than ourselves can power you through 200 hilly miles of cycling! (This is part 1 of 2)

The Smart Way to Become a Better Runner

The Smart Way to Become a Better Runner

July 20, 2018

Coach Mike joins Jeremy to discuss 80/20 training principles for endurance and general fitness. We also discuss how having the goal of losing weight may not be working for you, and a little about how to train in the heat of summer. This is a very informational and useful episode for runners and endurance athletes. Check it out!