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  • One to five topics, lots of love and enthusiasm and science, sometimes about running. With Megan Roche, M.D. and David Roche and maybe some appearances by Addie dog!
    David Roche and Megan Roche
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  • Aug 16 2022

    We conquered the 7-year itch before talking about how we are constantly testing new interventions (ankle weight warm-ups?!), electrolyte consumption during exercise, the interesting offset between literature and practice with salt intake, the science of cooling interventions and how they can lead to 5%+ performance improvements even in temperate conditions, thoughts about the 2022 UTMB races, our extremely biased predictions with a heavy North American focus, and running's impact on longevity. It's our 8th anniversary celebration episode, so there is some raunchy humor as well. It wouldn't be SWAP without it! 

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    1 hr and 26 mins
  • Aug 9 2022

    We did it all for the nookie before talking about the evolution of our training theory about output at VO2 max being a key indicator of aging and long-term performance in athletes, why mechanical power output is often under-appreciated in running training, the weird science of glucose tolerance tests, wonderful news out of Kansas, the predictable disaster of Woodstock '99, the multiple uses of percussive massage tools, why hip labrums are the worst, and how MRI results can be misleading in some cases. Plus 3 start-up ideas that can make any listener a billion dollars at least! For a weekly bonus episode (and bi-weekly newsletter), make sure you're subscribed to our Patreon. We love you all! WOOHOO!

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    1 hr and 8 mins
  • Aug 2 2022

    We debated the performance enhancing benefits of potato chips before talking about the importance of understanding load capacity in training and life, why competitive exercise might have some darker mental consequences for some people, how love and fear are intertwined for better and for worse, the foods of the week, 3 ways to anticipate responses to training, the inspiring story of rockstar scientist Jennifer Doudna, the Women's Tour de France, and how women's sports are taking over the world. 

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    1 hr and 24 mins

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Amazing!

I LOVE David and Megan. Always a fun listen... They are incredible humans that I aspire to be more like... Happy regardless of the situations and always killing workouts and life in general!