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The Bad Boy Running Podcast

Running is great, so why aren't the podcasts? Bad Boy Running is a podcast for runners who are bored of the dull and dry podcasts currently on offer. Hosted by friends Jody Raynsford and David Hellard, both running journalists, bloggers and lovable idiots, the show features the conversations they'd have in the pub focusing as much on the camaraderie and social side of the sport as the technical.
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Running is great, so why aren't the podcasts? Bad Boy Running is a podcast for runners who are bored of the dull and dry podcasts currently on offer. Hosted by friends Jody Raynsford and David Hellard, both running journalists, bloggers and lovable idiots, the show features the conversations they'd have in the pub focusing as much on the camaraderie and social side of the sport as the technical. 

Nov 14, 2017

Ok, this week's episode is a bit special. And not in that way.

Bad Boy Running has bumped this right up the schedule because we had Camille booked in to speak to Jody and David simply for her badass drinking antics (and the fact she's sponsored by a brewery).

But as if by a huge amount of luck, Camille ( @runcamille ) only went and broke the 100 mile record at the Tunnel Hill 100 #TunnelHill100... on her FIRST attempt at a 100 miler.

CRAZY!

It's a slightly shorter interview with Camille on this episode but the guys manage to pack in:

  • How Camille manages to sneak in a beer or two on the race and how she discovered it as a race strategy (she even has a medical explanation which leaves the lads confused)
  • Exactly what Camille eats when she's running her 100 milers (or any race)
  • Why her weekly mileage will make your eyes water (no, seriously. SERIOUSLY this is ridiculous)
  • Why she decided to make the transition from road ultras to trail
  • And what she's planning next

Seriously, this is a great one.

Join the conversation! If you want to request a guest or chat about this episode with like-minded drunk runners then head over to our Facebook Group, answer three questions either correctly or hilariously and we'll realise you're not a spam robot and add you in!

You can also follow us on Twitter, Jody is @Ultrarunnerjody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

You can also email us letters@badboyrunning.com 

Lastly, don't forget to subscribe! FYB!

Oct 30, 2017

David has been to film (but not partake in) the OCR World Championships. They offer their opinions and it would appear that David's elitism has begun to deteriorate.

Jody talks about why it's hard to compare Ultra Running with OCR and has an idea to discuss at the end about a possible BBR spin off.

Join the conversation! If you want to request a guest or chat about this episode with like-minded drunk runners then head over to our Facebook Group, answer three questions either correctly or hilariously and we'll realise you're not a spam robot and add you in!

You can also follow us on Twitter, Jody is @Ultrarunnerjody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

You can also email us letters@badboyrunning.com 

Lastly, don't forget to subscribe! FYB!

Oct 21, 2017

Here's the second part of the BBR interview with Rat Race's Jim Mee. If you've not listened to the first part, go back and listen first otherwise this ain't going to make much sense...

It's been promised for LOOOOONNNNNGGG time, but here it is at last, the lads' interview with Rat Race founder Jim Mee.

Jody and David dive into the world of Rat Race

  • The guys speak to Jim about the state of OCR and why so many races are disappearing - and what seems to be taken their place
  • Jim looks back at some of the crazier events (a few of which he hinted may be resurrected...)
  • David comes up with some suggestions for the headline act at Rat Race Dirty Weekend (and accidentally reveals the actual act)
  • Jim explains exactly why he feels the need to get naked at every race
  • and they preview the forthcoming Edinburgh Ultra (you know, a race with Edinburgh in the name that is actually based in Edinburgh - take note, Edinburgh Marathon)

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!


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Oct 19, 2017

It's been promised for LOOOOONNNNNGGG time, but here it is at last, the lads' interview with Rat Race founder Jim Mee.

Jody and David dive into the world of Rat Race

  • The guys speak to Jim about the state of OCR and why so many races are disappearing - and what seems to be taken their place
  • Jim looks back at some of the crazier events (a few of which he hinted may be resurrected...)
  • David comes up with some suggestions for the headline act at Rat Race Dirty Weekend (and accidentally reveals the actual act)
  • Jim explains exactly why he feels the need to get naked at every race
  • and they preview the forthcoming Edinburgh Ultra (you know, a race with Edinburgh in the name that is actually based in Edinburgh - take note, Edinburgh Marathon)

 

 

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!

 

Oct 12, 2017

Here's the second part of BBR's interview with OCR World Champ Jonathan Albon.

If you've not listened to the first episode, go back to part 1 and start from there (obvs)

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!

 

Oct 12, 2017

We've got an epic two-parter with OCR World Champ and Skyrunner, Jonathan Albon.

Before the guys speak to Jon, David recalls his experience of this year's Marathon du Medoc, reveals a challenge by Monkey Tennis podcast, talks "easter eggs" and reveals why he has a beer named after him.

Then the guys speak with Jon Albon (interview starts on 42 minutes, if you want to skip ahead like Fi Silk...)

In this episode, Jon reveals:

  • How he got started running and his crazy-good first ever race (you won't believe his first ever race time)
  • How he progressed in the sport and became involved in OCR and then Skyrunning
  • His 30 second sleep trick at that infamous Winter Nuts
  • How he preps for races and how he trains away from running
  • ... and his exact stats (so you can compare and contrast... and weep)

Listen to this episodes and you'll get a glimpse into the mind of a serious competitor and champion (... so it's a pretty big contrast from Jody and David's ramblings)

Oh, and make sure you listen to Part 2.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!

Oct 1, 2017

David Harvey talks us through how he lost a load of weight thanks to running. His main goal was to run the Western States 100 and, after a drunken night out, he woke up to find that he'd entered it unknowingly. After waving goodbye to the entrance fee, he got to training and tells us all about his preparation and his experience of actually running the race.

Did sitting in a sauna help? Was lying in a river a waste of time? Is Jody going to run it? Most of those questions are answered in this podcast. 

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!

Sep 22, 2017

SPOILER ALERT!! Do not listen to this podcast if you haven't watched Netflix documentary Icarus and want to watch it to get the full effect

And so...

Jody and David are back with another episode of Bad Boy Running covering huge range of vitally important topics, including... 

  • The strangest start to a podcast you've ever experienced (don't worry they're "experimenting with the format")
  • Some Netflix, TV and alternative podcast recommendations...
  • David is sent some hemp oil... and no-one really knows what to think
  • Before he heads out to the UTMB, David asks Jody for advice on being support crew for a runner... and they come up with some clever ways to keep up the spirits of his runner
  • We discuss the fundraising strategies and promotional approach used by The Wigan Runner and offer some of our own strategies
  • The chaps discuss Netflix documentary "Icarus" about cheats (aka cyclists) and the brilliant turn it takes... [HINT: Goddamn watch it!]
  • David and Jody think they've found the PERFECT candidate for Caffeine Bullet's Brand Ambassador
  • The guys ask the Do-Badders to send in their nightmare support crew situations to letters@badboyrunning.com

Enjoy!

If you liked this episode, head over to iTunes, subscribe to the podcast and then go to Facebook and joint the Bad Boy Running Podcast Facebook Group.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!

Sep 8, 2017

The boys are back with a catch up after the thrilling Super Saturday of Great British Beerathon and then Beer Mile World Championships.

Jody discusses his strategies for running the Double Beerathon, while David explains exactly what went on with the placing at the Beer Mile... and how he's now an international medalled athlete.

David also takes the time to educate Jody about athletics, while letting off steam about drugs cheats.

And they get an update from Tom Scott who competed at the Transplant Games (WARNING: it's a bit sweary).

Enjoy!

If you liked this episode, head over to iTunes, subscribe to the podcast and then go to Facebook and joint the Bad Boy Running Podcast Facebook Group.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

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Aug 9, 2017

There's little the guys love more than talking about beer. Ok, probably drinking beer... but that doesn't exactly make a great podcast episode.

In this episode, Jody and David talk to British 1500m athlete Dale Clutterbuck who is looking to improve on his European Beer Mile record for the Beer Mile... but taking on the very best again in the Beer Mile World Champs shortly.

Dale reveals all about correct beer chugging technique and the pitfalls of training for such an auspicious event. He also reveals what life was like at St Mary's, tells tales of a bust-up on the track and gives his uncensored opinion on the state of athletics.

Also in this episode, Jody and David carry on the drinking theme by getting all nostalgic about the awful stuff they drank as teenagers... It's a pretty alcoholic and often nonsensical episode. Just the same as usual then...

Enjoy!

If you liked this episode, head over to iTunes, subscribe to the podcast and then go to Facebook and joint the Bad Boy Running Podcast Facebook Group.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

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Jul 31, 2017

The guys interview ultramarathon man and endurance athlete Dean Karnazes, who talks about his latest book Road To Sparta, the magic of running marathons and ultras and how he trains and prepares for his grueling race schedule.

Listen to this episode and you'll discover:

  • The lure of the Spartathlon and why it's just so tough
  • The No.1 nutrition mistake Dean made before and DURING the Spartathlon
  • Why EVERY single marathon run in the last 100 years should be ruled invalid (yes, that means your PB)
  • The challenges facing Dean as he attempts to run in every country in the world
  • How his book inspired a world crawling record
  • The change-up in his routine that's made him stronger
  • Dean reveals his ball park total career mileage (it's ridiculous)
  • David coaxes out the story of how Dean got expelled from school when he was younger because of... alcohol!
  • And Jody and David attempt to push Dean into running The Monarch's Way Ultra

Jody and David also ask Dean to tweet to his follower they need to respond to a certain G-Law in the right way (i.e. punch him in the face).

If you liked this episode, head over to iTunes, subscribe to the podcast and then go to Facebook and joint the Bad Boy Running Podcast Facebook Group.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!

Jul 3, 2017

Finally! It's the hashing episode... with special guest Sweetheart, aka Philip Ralph (if you're wondering why he has a nickname all is explained).

Hash House Harriers are all over the world (self-styled as "drinking clubs with a running problem") and drinking is a BIG part of the draw. As a long time hasher David (aka Princess) tries to explain to Jody (aka Jody) the appeal of hashing and brings in his pal Philip (aka Sweetheart) to explain all. 

The guys talk about the origins of hashing, what actually happens on a hash and whether Jody would be an absolutely idiot to attempt to come hashing and risk being given a hideously offensive nickname.

Jody remains wholly skeptical of the whole thing throughout, while "Princess" and "Sweetheart" try to convince him of the fun communal aspect of hashing.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!

Jun 28, 2017

In this episode Jody and David are joined by Allie Bailey. She's a Do-Badder who has set herself a rather awe-inspiring challenge this year. They discuss what got her into running in the first place, how she's built up to running all these epic events, and how she stays injury free. 

She also starts the ball rolling for a charitable campaign that the Bad Boy Running community can get involved in. 

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!

Jun 19, 2017

The guys start off by talking about Jody's long term running goals and come to some interesting conclusions.

It's a fairly running-heavy podcast today (sorry!) as they talk about David's experience of Questars and his own personal quest of trying to get Jody to ride a bike in a race. The OMM also features and David talks us through the gorgeous views, his excellent map work, and once again our favourite triathlete features fairly heavily. 

At the end there's a summary of some Bad Boy Running Facebook Group activity and some feedback.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Finally don't forget to SUBSCRIBE if you want to be constantly updated whenever a new Podcast becomes available!

Jun 17, 2017

Jody and David talk about what Liege looks like in beer goggles following the success of the Beer Lovers' Marathon.

David talks us through what the first few hours of the marathon was like and then Jody begins to take over as Hellard realises he can't remember all that much. David ends up racing part of the event for the sake of his wallet and Jody comes close to a lifetime Personal Best. 

WARNING: Listening to this podcast will either cause serious jealousy or serious nostalgia depending on whether you were there or not. Listen with care.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

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Jun 15, 2017

It's finally here! After a year of building up to Nuts Challenge, Jody finally gets the chance to run the course.

Spoiler: it didn't go quite to plan.

David and special guest Pete Rees from Mudstacle go back over the race with Jody to discover what went well, what went badly and what makes Nuts such a special race (hint: it's not the abuse).

Jody reveals all his mistakes in the build-up (including an abortive attempt at CrossFit) and his cut-off woes.

If you've not watched the video, check out the attempt here on MustacleTV: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B0eDj-GId1c&t=312s

And he answers the BIG QUESTION: will he attempt 4 laps of Winter Nuts next year?

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

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May 24, 2017

After a brief discussion of Lee’s progress on the Monarch’s Way, the guys talk about David’s ambitions to be a Celebrant which would give him to power to marry people (without their consent sometimes).

Twenty minutes in the guys give a formal intro to the podcast and then discuss the topics for today’s episode.

Jody runs very far, we find out his experience of this and how it compares to other races he’s done and David yells at people at London Marathon. All of the yelling is very justified.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

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May 19, 2017

Yes, it's the SPECIAL you've been waiting for... 

The guys speak to Do-Badder Lee-stuart Evans while he's en-route to the start of The Monarch's Way Ultra - a 615-mile race along one of the country's longest trails.

Lee talks about the ridiculous challenge he's facing, what he's going to eat, how he's going to cope with running on his own for two weeks and why he needs the Do-Badders to help keep him motivated.

Anyway... To join in with the fun, join the Facebook group. Just search Bad Boy Running Podcast, request to join, and we'll add you in!

Tweet us on Twitter, Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Also, if you want to message us directly, email us on letters@badboyrunning.com

Lastly, don't forget to subscribe if you want us to be downloaded automatically every time we come out! 

FYB!


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May 11, 2017

Yes, it's the final part of the Do-Badder A-Z and the guys kick off with none other than R and "Marathon Man" Rob Young right through to Z and the 0.0 race.

But that's not before, Jody and David discuss the latest sub-2 hour marathon attempt and whether they think it's a good or bad thing.

Anyway... To join in with the fun, join the Facebook group. Just search Bad Boy Running Podcast, request to join, and we'll add you in!

Tweet us on Twitter, Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Also, if you want to message us directly, email us on letters@badboyrunning.com

Lastly, don't forget to subscribe if you want us to be downloaded automatically every time we come out! 

FYB!

May 6, 2017

In this episode the guys discuss the recent MdS with the person who came 3rd place, Captain Tom Evans! This Brit came from, seemingly, nowhere and did incredibly well on his first ever multi-day ultra. He's certainly one to look out for in the future and the guys discuss his training and experience of the race.

After the main interview there's a recap of the progress of some of the Do Badders who did the Marathon des Sables this year and then some talk of this year's Running Awards.

If you want to get involved then join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast and then request to join the group. You can also e-mail us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

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Apr 20, 2017

Jody and David are joined by Tom Davies an adventure racer who has taken part in not one, but TWO insane world championships. They discuss the dangers that he faced such as crocodiles, white water rivers, and, perhaps worst of all, riding a bike. Despite Jody's dismay at the fact that David got a cyclist on the podcast, this turns out to be an episode not to be missed. If you've never heard of adventure racing before this is a nice (and inspiring) overview of a sport that can be both strategic and exciting. 

If you want to join the conversation then search for the Bad Boy Running Podcast on Facebook and request to be part of the group! You can also follow us on Twitter, Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard, and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1. Alternatively you can email us on letters@badboyrunning.com

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Apr 14, 2017

In this BBR Special Jody and David talk to John Kelly, endurance athlete and the only finisher at this year's Barkley Marathons.

John reveals his journey from not running to competing at Barkley three times until he finally achieved his goal of finishing, how he trains for Barkley and the mind games you go through when you're out on the course.

David isn't subtle in trying to pump him for all the information he can about entering, while Jody sees many parallels with his 4 Laps of Nuts drama (no-one else does, though...)

To join in with the fun, join the Facebook group. Just search Bad Boy Running Podcast, request to join, and we'll add you in!

Tweet us on Twitter, Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Also, if you want to message us directly, email us on letters@badboyrunning.com

Lastly, don't forget to subscribe if you want us to be downloaded automatically every time we come out! 

FYB!

Apr 10, 2017

Just like last week, Jody and David were worried. New listeners have flocked to the podcast in their tens, but how would they keep up with the obtuse in-jokes without alienating the new audience?

Well, as one smart Do-Badder suggested, they decided to record an A-Z of Bad Boy Running jokes covering all the references and in-jokes that have been made throughout the previous episodes so that it all makes sense!

This was advertised as a two-parter but, due to the sheer quantity, will now end up being a three-parter. Perhaps U should be for Unfulfilled Promises, right Josh?

Anyway... To join in with the fun, join the Facebook group. Just search Bad Boy Running Podcast, request to join, and we'll add you in!

Tweet us on Twitter, Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Also, if you want to message us directly, email us on letters@badboyrunning.com

Lastly, don't forget to subscribe if you want us to be downloaded automatically every time we come out! 

FYB!

Apr 3, 2017

Jody and David were worried. With all the new listeners, how were they going to continue making obtuse in-jokes and not alienate the audience?

Well, as one smart Do-Badder suggested: why not record an A-Z of Bad Boy Running covering all the references and in-jokes we made in all the previous episodes so it AL MAKES SENSE.

(Of course, you could listen to all the previous episodes but this is a much more effective way of aggressively cornering your way to Do-Badder expertise...)

This may be useful if you're training for a marathon, ultramarathon, the Marathon des Sables or any OCR race (for SEO purposes, of course).

If you want to get somebody on the podcast then find us on Facebook by searching Bad Boy Running Podcast and asking to be accepted into the group, from there it's simply a case of making suggestions. You can also email the show via letters@badboyrunning.com 

We are also available on twitter, Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Lastly don't forget to subscribe if you want the podcast whenever it's available!

 

Mar 18, 2017

Today the guys talk to Colin McCourt, a former pro-athlete who is documenting his transformation back into shape. His friends have all bet him £100 that he can't do a sub-16 minute 5k by the end of this year. If he wins, that's a nice windfall, if he loses, he has to get seventeen first and second names tattooed on his body. 

David and Jody start off with the basic questions about how's training going, whether it's realistic, before, in classic Do-Badder style, they veer off course and end up talking up about how social media could be used by those who are of a higher profile to bring more attention to the sport. 

If you want to get somebody on the podcast then find us on Facebook by searching Bad Boy Running Podcast and asking to be accepted into the group, from there it's simply a case of making suggestions. You can also email the show via letters@badboyrunning.com 

We are also available on twitter, Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Lastly don't forget to subscribe if you want the podcast whenever it's available!

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