Navy Sports Central

Newton's 2nd Law Applied to Running: A Navy Grad's Perspective on Track & the Boston Marathon

May 24, 2022 Episode 32
Navy Sports Central
Newton's 2nd Law Applied to Running: A Navy Grad's Perspective on Track & the Boston Marathon
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Welcome to Navy Sports Central - The Official Podcast of the Navy Sports Nation!

In this episode, we’ll be talking track & field with a very special guest who was a member of the Navy Men’s cross Country and Track teams. 

He’ll be giving us his perspective on race strategy, coaching,  and running at the master’s level.  And he’ll even throw in a physics lesson while he’s at it. 

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For all you competitive and recreational runners out there, what's been your most favorite venue where you've run a 10K, Half Marathon, or Marathon? 

Your  choices are:

  1.  Boston (Boston Marathon)
  2. New York (New York Marathon)
  3. Chicago (Chicago Marathon)
  4. Washington D.C. (Marine Corps Marathon / 10K)
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Episode Intro & Description
Commissioning Week Update
Navy Rowing & Sailing Recap
Deep Dive Segment (Part 1: Race Training & Strategy))
Deep Dive Segment (Part 2: Perspectives On Energy Management & Boston Marathons)
Question of the Day
Wrap Up