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BAD Podcast - Peak Performance isn't Perfect Outside Lens w Elizabeth Clor

About the Guest:
Elizabeth is a runner, author, and Instagram content creator. She has been running for over 20 years and has completed numerous marathons, half marathons, and 5K races. Elizabeth is passionate about sharing her love for running and uses various creative outlets, such as writing, blogging, and creating videos, to inspire and motivate others in the running community. She is also a certified running coach and enjoys helping others achieve their running goals.
Episode Summary:
In this episode of the Bad podcast, hosts Brad and Dwayne discuss the importance of planning and preparation in running. They are joined by guest Elizabeth, who shares her insights and experiences as a long-time runner. The conversation revolves around the concept of perfection and how it relates to running and the need to adapt and pivot when faced with unexpected circumstances. Elizabeth emphasizes the importance of having a structured training plan and the benefits of working with a coach. The hosts and guest also touch on the different approaches to training for various race distances, such as half marathons and 5Ks.
Key Takeaways:

Perfection is not attainable in running, but by striving for it, one can achieve excellence.
It is essential to have a structured training plan and to adapt it based on individual circumstances and goals.
Endurance is vital when training for a half marathon, while speed and interval training are crucial for improving performance in a 5K.
The satisfaction in running comes from the process and execution rather than solely focusing on race times.
Flexibility and adaptability are essential when faced with unexpected challenges during races.

Notable Quotes:

“Your time is really just a number. The satisfaction comes more from the process and the execution.” – Elizabeth.”Running is a constant learning experience. You have to be flexible and adapt to new realities.” – Elizabeth.”Variety and alternating between hard and easy runs are essential for building endurance and improving performance.” – Elizabeth.

Elizabeth’s Instagram: @elizabethclor
Elizabeth’s Blog: https://www.elizabethclor.com/
Stay tuned for future episodes of the Bad podcast for more motivation, inspiration, and laughs.

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