RED Quick Bite #14 Acceleration Gliders with Jeff Galloway

Welcome back for another Quick Bite!  This time it is a “bite” of information about Jeff Galloway’s Training Program, using the Run-Walk-Run Method.

On Sunday, August 6th. America’s Coach and Olympian Jeff Galloway hosted a running school at the Orlando Track Shack in Orlando, Florida.

He talked about the different aspects of his training program including the long run component, the maintenance runs during the week, and drills that can improve your cadence and ability to use momentum to conserve resources when running.

Here, in this quick bite, he talks about Acceleration Gliders.  They are a drill that I practice once a week, usually on a Tuesday or a Thursday, to practice going from walking to running and then back to walking using momentum to glide smoothly in and out of intervals, so I can conserve resources.  It has helped me find a better rhythm when running and trained me to keep my steps small and focus on conserving energy.

There are videos on Jeff’s website that are great resources when it comes to incorporating these drills into your training.

Thanks to the Orlando Track Shack for allowing us to film this Quick Bite!

Orlando Track Shack

http://trackshack.com 

Jeff's Websites for training resources, JG 13.1 Race Weekend, and his blog

http://www.jeffgalloway.com 

https://jeffgalloway131.com 

http://jeffgalloway.typepad.com  

Jeff's Training calendars for RunDisney

https://www.rundisney.com/training/running/ 

Jeff's YouTube Videos

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_hsvva_nH70z1RbNSbDIw 

Let us know what you think!  Follow us on TwitterInstagramFacebook, or leave comments on www.runeatdrink.net  to tell us your thoughts about the episode or to let us know about races we should run, restaurants we need to visit, or places where we can sample tasty beverages and share them with everyone.  Our goal to share these experiences so everyone can accomplish, explore, and indulge, too!

 

RED Episode #5: Run Walk Run with Jeff Galloway Part 2

Welcome back to another episode of the Run Eat Drink Podcast

On Sunday, August 6th,  America's Coach and Olympian, Jeff Galloway, hosted a 3-hour running school in Orlando, Florida at the Track Shack. This gave me a great opportunity to share with all of you what his method is all about and why it works. It was such a great experience,  and afterward we sampled some tasty food and beverages right around the corner at Santiago's Bodega.

In part two, we explore the science behind the method and how Jeff himself used it to qualify for the Boston Marathon when he wanted to make it back after the tragic events there in 2013.  Anyone, from someone just getting started to an elite runner, can use the method to improve time or train to cross that finish line for the first time and feel great after the race.  

Special thanks to the Orlando Track Shack, Jeff Galloway, and Santiago's Bodega for allowing us to film this episode.  Here are some resources so you can find out more about his method and the delicous food and beverages we tried.

Phidippides - Jeff's Running Store in Atlanta, GA

http://www.phidippides.com/

Orlando Track Shack

http://trackshack.com 

RunDisney

https://www.rundisney.com 

Lolo Fit Apps by Jeff Galloway in iTunes

http://lolofit.com/apps/easy_5k_with_jeff_galloway  

http://lolofit.com/apps#half-marathon-with-jeff-galloway 

Jeff's Websites for training resources, JG 13.1 Race Weekend, and his blog

http://www.jeffgalloway.com 

https://jeffgalloway131.com 

http://jeffgalloway.typepad.com  

Jeff's Training calendars for RunDisney

https://www.rundisney.com/training/running/ 

Jeff's YouTube Videos

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_hsvva_nH70z1RbNSbDIw 

Santiago's Bodega

http://www.santiagosbodega.com/home.php?restaurant=2 

Let us know what you think!  Follow us on our website,  Twitter, InstagramFacebook, or leave comments to tell us your thoughts about the episode or to let us know about races we should run, restaurants we need to visit, or places where we can sample tasty beverages and share them with everyone.  Our goal to share these experiences so everyone can accomplish, explore, and indulge, too!

 

 

RED Quick Bite #13 Fillabuger Pulled Pork Stuffed Burger at JDub's Not Quite Friday 5K

In Quick Bite #13, we share the Pulled Pork Stuffed Burger we ordered from the Fillaburger Food Truck at the JDub's Not Quite Friday 5K last week. Okay, actually, it was what my husband ordered, but we ordered the Mac and Cheese Stuffed Burger and the Pulled Pork Burger and agreed to share because they both looked amazing and came highly recommended.   The Pulled Pork Stuffed Burger with it's sweet BBQ sauce and crunchy fried onions was so tasty that we could not skip sharing it with you.  it paired perfectly with the Bell Cow (including a shot of coffee) that we did not film, but I had to have it because I enjoyed it so much at Nice Guys and when I saw it there on tap with addition of a shot of coffee, I couldn't say no.  You can check it out in Quick Bite #6.  

If you are in the Sarasota area on a Thursday night, you really should drop by JDub's Brewing, run their Not Quite Friday 5K, sample their tasty beer offerings, and order a stuffed burger from the Fillaburger Food Truck.  

JDub's Brewing Company

Fillaburger Food Truck

RED Episode #4 Run Walk Run with Jeff Galloway (Part 1)

Welcome back to Run Eat Drink Podcast!  

In this episode, I want to share the method I use to train for races of all distances.  I discovered his method in January 2011, when I ran my first half marathon at Walt Disney World.  I was an inexperienced runner who found a book online with a running schedule in it, tried to follow it, and headed to the race.  Mistakes were made.  I would describe that experience as painful and a real struggle, although I crossed the finish line with my husband and accomplished the goal.  At the race expo, Jeff was giving a motivational talk about his method.  He talked about taking walk breaks so you can finish strong.  Those walk breaks are short, 30 seconds or less,  and protect you from running out of gas at the end of the race.  It does not matter whether you are trying to qualify for Boston or complete your first race, he said, you can use this method to pass others at the end, finish with a smile, and still have energy to celebrate afterward.

When we got home and started to train for our next race, his words were in the back of my mind.  I did some research and found that he had a whole program, and that there was "an app for that" from LoloFit. It gives you a training plan based on your goal, a recommended ratio for running and walking, and during the workouts, it is Jeff's voice telling you when to run, when to walk, and dropping in occassionally with motivation and encouragement to keep going.  I cannot tell you what a difference it made in training, motivation, and performance.  I became one of his e-coach clients, and have been an avid supporter ever since!

On Sunday, August 6th,  America's Coach and Olympian, Jeff Galloway, hosted a 3-hour running school in Orlando, Florida at the Track Shack. This gave me a great opportunity to share with all of you what his method is all about and why it works. It was such a great experience,  and afterward we sampled some tasty food and beverages right around the corner at Santiago's Bodega.

Jeff took the time to do an interview with us, and he gave us so much great information, so we are breaking up his interview into three separate podcast episodes.  This is the first part of his chat with us,  Jeff talks about the history of the run-walk-run method and how he became "America's Coach."  In part two, we will explore the science behind the method, and in the final part of his interview with us, Jeff shares resources for anyone out there who wants to use his run-walk-run method.

Special thanks to the Orlando Track Shack, Jeff Galloway, and Santiago's Bodega for allowing us to film this episode.  Here are some resources so you can find out more about his method and the delicous food and beverages we tried.

 Phidippides - Jeff's Running Store in Atlanta, GA

http://www.phidippides.com/

Orlando Track Shack

http://trackshack.com 

RunDisney

https://www.rundisney.com 

Lolo Fit Apps by Jeff Galloway in iTunes

http://lolofit.com/apps/easy_5k_with_jeff_galloway  

http://lolofit.com/apps#half-marathon-with-jeff-galloway 

Jeff's Websites for training resources, JG 13.1 Race Weekend, and his blog

http://www.jeffgalloway.com 

https://jeffgalloway131.com 

http://jeffgalloway.typepad.com  

Jeff's Training calendars for RunDisney

https://www.rundisney.com/training/running/ 

Jeff's YouTube Videos

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_hsvva_nH70z1RbNSbDIw 

Santiago's Bodega

http://www.santiagosbodega.com/home.php?restaurant=2 

Terrapin Beer Company

http://terrapinbeer.com/portfolio-item/sound-czech/ 

Let us know what you think!  Follow us on twitterinstagram, or leave comments to tell us your thoughts about the episode or to let us know about races we should run, restuarants we need to visit, or places where we can sample tasty beverages and share them with everyone.  Our goal to share these experiences so everyone can accomplish, explore, and indulge, too!

Quick Bite #9: Patio Tapas and Beer

Happy National Wine and Cheese Day! 

Last Thursday we traveled to Boca Raton for the Levis JCC's Run, Sweat, and Beers 5K.  While in Boca, we got the chance to eat at an amazing Tapas restaurant, Patio Tapas and Beer.  When you check in on Yelp, you get a free Sangria, and it being National Wine and Cheese Day today, July 25th, we thought we'd post our review of Patio Tapas and Beer's tasty red sangria.If you are ever in Boca, you should stop by this small restaurant that is packed full of delicious beverages and tapas. 

Patio Tapas and Beer 

Levis JCC's Run, Sweat, and Beers 5K 

 

Question for My Fellow Runners

While this is not a "Quick Bite" or a regular episode, I wanted to put a question out to my fellow runners.  When I can't travel to a destination race, I will be sharing my experiences running, but also asking questions of those runners who are much more experienced than I am.  Like I always say, I am a "back of the pack" kind of runner who makes the most of the race entry fee.  I look to more experienced runners to gain information and I will share what has worked for me in addition to filming the full podcast episodes where I feature a great city, destination run, delicious food, and tasty beverages.  I always say we accomplish, explore, and indulge together.  That accomplishment comes from sharing what I know and learning from the great people I connect with online and through social media.