ATC 353: Nausea at the Finish (Outside-The-Box Remedies), Combining #Marathon Training and #Yoga, #Nutrition and Training For Multi-Day #Bikepacking, and More! ow.ly/tABX50OBUsZ @SkratchLabs
Lucho and Tawnee team up to answer your questions on:
-Risks and benefits to cortisone shots. Specifically: dealing with a torn muscle with an ultra approaching — get a cortisone shot to relieve pain and still be able to run, or not?
-Cross-training sabotaging ultra racing? Strength training more and now running slower.
-Are ice baths worthwhile or is it a waste of time energy?
-The role of the placebo effect in things like recovery tools.
-Garmin HR monitor woes.
–What makes your “will to suffer” stronger? At what point does the “will to suffer” stop? How the hell do you override that “will to not suffer”?
-Buying maltodextrin — brands, suppliers, etc.
Great podcast today. Would love to get in on some of these questions. Quickly, ice baths. Worth it if you can get in it immediately after a hard bout of exercise. Cortisone, not problematic for a single shot, but multiple can have long term negative effects. Running on a torn VMO/quad, you have to consider compensation and injury to other areas as well.
Thanks for input! I brought up your comments on the latest ATC. Appreciate the expertise 🙂
Loved the beer ultra thing. Have to make it a part of the ultra intervals we do. We start a 10k run every three hours. We usually start at 9pm and go for 24 hours. World be Nicke to have à beer now and again 🙂
Do you have a link to that podcast Tim Noaks made about central governer that you mentioned.
It was supposed to be “would be nice” but my auto correct is trying to translate from Swedish to English
Hi Tomas, here is the link: http://www.imtalk.me/home/2014/4/21/imtalk-episod…. Thanks!
Your link was missing something. I found it and here is the rest i think.