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Curiosity and Connection- Why the 'boring stuff' in training is the most important.
Curiosity is by definition an interesting subject. It’s that
process of how an idea can suddenly pop into our mind, only to open up an array
of doors for us to gaze into. The ability to be curious about the way the world
works is one of the most underrated ...
Curiosity is by definition an interesting subject. It's that process of how an idea can suddenly pop into our mind, only to open up an array of doors for us to gaze into. The ability to be curious about the way the world works is one of the most underrated qualities or talents that one can ...
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The realities of running professionally- Contracts, Agents, and having the right mindset
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this episode, we open the doors wide open. We’re talking about the realities of
post collegiate running. We take on a slew of topics in this hour long
conversation, including transparent conversation on contracts, agents, how much
athletes actually make,...
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Why we are bad at predicting our own behavior and what that means in coaching.
I’m a science junkie. I admit it and while I was a teenager
I might have downplayed that side of me, now it’s something I wear quite openly
on my sleeve. This couldn’t have been displayed more openly when at the
post-USA’s Run Gum party, I was sitting at a ...
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Episode 13- Advice for a young coach- part 2
In part two of Advice for a young coach, we start with the
concept of coaching as a partnership versus a dictatorship. What does this
mean? The goal should be to take athletes from dependence to independence, not
the other way around. The goal of the coach ...
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Patterns of Performance: What We All Can Learn From the Practices of Elite Athletes
The further along I go in this coaching thing, the more cross-domain connecting becomes. When we start out, the fundamentals and basics are necessary to give us a base of support, not unlike a base in running. It's why learning about the X's and O's of coac...
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Episode 11- Dealing with Failure
In this episode of the Magness & Marcus podcast, we take on the topic that no one likes to deal with: failure. In the world of running, we deal with a sport that has a hard line, either you ran faster than you ever have before or you didn't. Unfortunately, ...
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Episode 17- Falling into the trap to do more
In the latest episode of the Magness and Marcus show, we
discuss a familiar topic to all coaches, the trap to do more because you really
don’t know what else to do. Yes, we’re talking about the age old problem of
increasing work for the sake of increasing s...
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In part two of our in person chat at the USA championships, Jon and I meander through a variety of topics surrounding distractions and performance. We start off with talking about taking the master chef approach. What’s this actually mean? It’s about how to...
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Episode 14- Taking advantage of distractions- Part 1
Part 1- Once again, Jon and I come to you from a coffee shop on
location and simply talking shop. This week we’re covering distractions; how to
deal with them, how do you adapt to them, and when they might be positive or
negative.   We start out with the “O...
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Episode 12- Advice for a young coach- Part 1
Coming to you from Austin, Texas, Jon and I take on the topic of "Advice for a young coach" in our first in person podcast. In this episode we take a step back in our young careers and look at our development as coaches. Starting with tracing our history of...
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"People remember the last interval"-Exploiting Psychological Bias-
Human psychology is a strange
thing. We’re full of bias, fallacies, and weird quirks. Philosophers,
scientists, and all around intelligent people have been trying to make sense of
the world for centuries with varying degrees of success. It's a side interest...
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