Ever wish running was just a little bit easier? We do too.
So this week, we’re revisiting one of the most popular episodes ever on NMA Radio to discuss running hacks… or the little tricks we use to remove a few of the biggest obstacles from our running routines.
You still have to put in the work, but these will help make your running routine stronger.
Want to be a healthy eater? It’s not as complicated as you might think.
In today’s episode we share our ten food rules for how to eat in a sustainable, healthy way… without the additional stress.
SPOILER: Counting calories or nutrients isn’t one of them.
Runners, new and experienced, have all heard certain “rules.” Hard and fast advice on how to train, recover, and experience the sport.
But we here at NMA Radio don’t think all of those rules are beneficial. In today’s episode we call out some of the running advice we’ve all heard (maybe even shared), and flip it on it’s head.
And we’re back with another of the infamous NMA Radio Q&A episodes, where we take listener questions and do our best to answer them. Sometimes more successfully than others…
In this episode we tackle marathon nutrition, meat substitutes, how to go vegan, running hills, sugar, and oh so much more.
Vegan kids say the darnedest things, don’t they?
Today’s episode is all about raising vegan children, and to do so, we brought on Matt’s wife Erin and his two kids. You’re in for a treat.
Want to become a runner, but don’t have a clue where to start? In today’s episode, Matt and Doug run (see what I did there?) back to the basics on how to get off the couch and start training for your first 5K.
Sounds way easier than it actually is, doesn’t it? In today’s episode Matt and Doug discuss how they like to relax, and why some relaxation techniques might not be good for you in the long run.
When it comes to what you eat, how often you run, or what your gym routine looks like, should you care what other people think? That’s the topic of today’s discussion with vegan bodybuilder Robert Cheeke.
Plus putting yourself out there, committing to something big, and Amy’s burritos.
When most people think of plant-based cheese, delicious and homemade don’t normally come to mind. Julie Piatt is on a mission to change that with her new book ‘This Cheese is Nuts.’
In today’s episode with sit down with Julie to discuss the book, and how making craft vegan cheese at home is more approachable than you’d think.