Listen to Sonja and Dr. Antonio discuss timely running topics to educate long distance runners on training and nutrition.
Kim Alexis & Doug Kalman Ph.D.
Supermodel, Kim Alexis was born and raised in upstate New York and has had a great career in modeling in NYC. Kim has a passion for fitness and running and is on the show to share her experience in the NYC Marathon. Doug Kalman is the Director of the Miami Research Associates is a clinical science service organization for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industries.
Dr. Anthony Abbott and Jay Doz
Dr. Anthony Abbott founder of Fitness Institute International and is a Professor Principle Instructor for Exersice Science with over 35 years as a fitness instructor & personal trainer and is principly involved with the NSCA. Our other guest is Jay Doz is the Director and Head Trainer 180 Center for Health & Performance as well as a Ph.D. Candidate at Oklahoma State University in Health & Human Performance.
Jack Daniels & Dane Rauschenberg
Jack Daniels named the best Running Coach in Runner's World, has trained some of the top runners in the world. He is heading up the Flagstaff Arizona Center, has a Doctorate in Exercise Physiology from the University of Minnesota and has published numerous books on the Science of Running. Dane Rauschenberg is a Penn State Alumnist and one of the most committed long-distance runner.
Suzy Favor-Hamilton and Ann Ringling
Suzy Favor-Hamilton is a three time Olympian, the 2nd fastest American female in the 1500 meter race. Anne Ringling is a running coach for distance running.
Matt Fitzgerald & Danny Dryer
Matt Fitzgerald is Author of the renowned book, Performance Nutrition for Runners can can educate us on the latest techniques for running as well as Danny Dryer who is on the show creator of Chirunning and Chiwalking with 32 years of training experience for running and racing in marathons in intelligent movement. He is also an accomplished Marathon runner successfully completing 40 Ultra Marathons since 1995.
Dr. Jim Stray Gunderson and Dr. Bennett Levine
Dr. Jim Stray Gunderson and Dr. Bennett Levine discuss the training advantages of sea level vs. altitude and also the Politics of Hyponics Tents and other expensive tools.
Gary Lavine and Dr. Hector Lopez, M.D.
Dr. Hector Lopez is here to discuss injuries and how they relate to runners. He is well-versed in the science of Sports Nutrition and Supplementation. Dr. Hector Lopez is one of the co-founders of Physician's Pioneering Performance and is currently specializing in Sports Nutrition and Sports Medicine as a part of rehabilitation of Cancer patients.
The Nutrition Twins
Billy Mills was born on June 30, 1938 in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. He is an Oglala Lakota (Sioux) Indian and he was raised on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Billy grew up in poverty and was orphaned at the age of 12. In the late 1950s he attended the University of Kansas on an athletic scholarship for distance running. At the University of Kansas Billy continued to improve as a distance runner. He was named a NCAA All-America cross country runner three times and in 1960 he won the individual title in the Big Eight cross country championship. Billy graduated with a B.S. in physical education. After graduation Billy was commissioned as a lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. He focused on military life and did not train for a brief period, but soon he returned to running and posted times good enough to qualify for the 1964 Olympics. After training for 18 months Billy made the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team in the 10,000 meters and the marathon. In one of the greatest upsets in Olympic Distance Running History Billy set the Olympic 10K record at 28:24.4, almost 50 seconds faster than his previous best time. Mills also competed in the 1964 Olympic marathon and placed 14th. To date, no other American has won a gold medal in the 10,000 meters. His life story was made into the film, Running Brave, starring Robby Benson and produced by Englander Productions in 1983.
Dr. Robert Portman & Linda Kravitz
Dr. Portman has a Ph.D. Biochemistry and is the President of......co-authored Nutrient Timing. Linda Kravitz is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer and is CEO of the Fitwomen.com website and co-authored the ebook, Why Wait determined to change the face of women's fitness to make it more accessible.
Dr. Carla Satovia
Dr. Satovia is an avid tri-athlete and has an amazing story of her dedication to Assistant Fitness Director and Adjunct Faculty of the Cooper Aerobics Center in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Christopher Scott & Jim LeBow
Dr. Christopher Scott has an Exerisce Science Masters Degree at the University of Arizona and also earned his Ph.D. at the University of Wyoming. He currently is an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern Maine. His current research focus looks at energy expenditure of strength, speed, and power related sporting events. Jim LeBowe is a licensed Pharmacist and certified Clinical Nutritionist and Doctor of natural therapeutic medicine. He founded the LeVowe Medical Metabolic Institute.
Dr. Mike Saunders and Bob Alejo
Scientist Mike Saunders talks on issues of Protein, Carbs and Amino Acids plus Coach Bob Alejo talks about his extensive career as a Conditioning Coach.
Dr. Jeff Stout, Ph.D.
One of the key researchers in the field of Beta-Alanine Development.