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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. 

Feb 22, 2017

This Podcast features James Appleton talking to the guys about, well, everything really. They cover Tough Guy, fell running, and photography. The guys also hear an EXCLUSIVE piece of news from James, so listen out for that nearer the end. This interview is so packed with information that the intro is possibly breaks the BBR record for being one of the shortest we've ever done. Listen up and get ready to think about planning your next holiday in the Lake District. 

If you want to ask any of our interviewees questions or request an interviewee, then be sure to join the Facebook group! Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast on Facebook and then request to join and we'll add you in. Alternatively you can email us on letters@badboyrunning.com

You can also follow us on Twitter, Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard, and our combined account is @BadBoyRunning1

Be sure to SUBSCRIBE if you want the podcast being downloaded to your device whenever it's available!
Finally if you like the audio description of James' art then you can browse and buy more of it HERE: http://www.jamesappleton.co.uk/Home.html 

Feb 8, 2017

In this interview the guys get the chance to talk to one of the coolest, toughest people on the planet. Lowri Morgan is one of only 6 people (ever) to finish the 350 mile non-stop marathon in the Arctic and not only can she survive extreme cold, she can do heat too as she finished in the top 10 on her first ever ultra in the Amazonian jungle. 

She has won BAFTAs, jumped out of planes, and she has met the Queen. Her incredible achievements are matched by how down-to-earth she is and this chatty, relaxed podcast is almost the opposite of the BBR way since it is both informative and useful. This is one interview you do not want to miss. 

If there is anybody that you would like to hear interviewed on the Podcast then why not suggest it in our Facebook group? Search Bad Boy Running Podcast and request to join! You can also email requests to letters@badboyrunning.com or follow us on Twitter: Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1.

Lastly, don't forget to subscribe if you want more like this in the future!

Feb 1, 2017

The main themes for this podcast are the final ever Tough Guy and advice for this stage of training for spring marathons. When I say themes, I use it in the loosest possible sense as everything is discussed really. Special Forces Hell Week is back on so that requires a brief analysis, we discover that David hates Seinfeld, and, rather generously, the guys spend about 20 minutes plugging other podcasts. 

When they get around to discussing marathon training, they are actually quite helpful. What is the Maffetone method? What should you be eating? How many miles should you be logging before that upcoming spring marathon? Rules are debunked and approved in this genuinely quite useful episode. 

If you have any contributions then be sure to join the Facebok group! In fact even if you don't have anything to add then definitely join it anyway, it's a lot of fun. Simply search Bad Boy Running Podcast on Facebook and then click join! If you want to be more direct, simply email us on letters@badboyrunning.com 

How about Twitter? You can follow us! Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard, and the joint account is @BadBoyRunning1

Thanks for listening, be sure to subscribe so that whenever they're available, they're dropped straight onto your device!

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Jan 13, 2017

Today Jody and David want to challenge you, yes you, the listener, to do a ridiculous press ups challenge. Listen to the podcast for the ground rules and give us some video evidence to prove it!

Next up they talk to the man himself, Danny Bent, about all of his crazy adventures from cycling to India to organising a marathon relay to Boston after the attacks in order to raise money. He does incredible charity work and he talks about his two latest endeavours - Project Awesome and planning the World Relay. Listen out for details on that, we'll be following it closely and revealing information as it's made available. 

If you enjoyed this then get on the Facebook group! There are a couple of challenges in this episode that you don't want to miss out on so simply search for Bad Boy Running Podcast on Facebook, request to join and then we'll accept you into the group. 

You can also follow us on twitter, Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard, and the collective handle is @BadBoyRunning1. Our email is letters@badboyrunning.com for anything you wish to be discussed on the podcast!

Lastly, don't forget to subscribe if you want this joyous nugget of running information delivered onto your device whenever it's available.

Jan 6, 2017

This episode begins with the discussion of a saga that unfolded on the Facebook group. After an unnoticeable seg, they move on to the Inaugural BBR Brewdog Half-Marathon which Jody was involved in. 

David then takes us through what he's been up to; from his Pato filled presentation at the MdS Expo in London, to his abuse (and slight faux pas) at the darts, to his marathoning success. 

There's another call for ideas for the 12 labours of Josh Stephens and these can be submitted over any of the following formats:

Join our inclusive and open Facebook group. Search Bad Boy Running Podcast on Facebook, request to join and we will accept you! 


You can also send us suggestions over twitter - Jody is @UltrarunnerJody, David is @DavidHellard and collectively they are @BadBoyRunning1

You can also e-mail any suggestions to letters@badboyrunning.com

Thank you for listening, if you enjoyed the episode then why not subscribe! The podcast will be sent straight to your phone when available. 

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