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24: Count Your Macro Nutrients for Peak Performance with Rich Ryan

Today I’m introducing you to Mr. Rich Ryan. Rich comes from the running world, as a Division 1 runner, he has been training in endurance for over 15 years and has been coaching athletes for nearly a decade. He is also an entrepreneur and the founder of Reinforced Running, where he has helped hundreds of athletes to new PR’s. Rich is a current member of the Spartan pro team and placing 10th in the Spartan Race National series in 2019. We talk about stress and recovery for the everyday athlete + how to calculate your proper macronutrient intake for your sport. Claim your 14-Day Free Virtual Mobility Coach: (Affiliate Link) Rich Ryan's Information: Email: YouTube - Reinforced Running IG ( Rich Ryan ) - @reinforced_running_rich Twitter - @ReinforcedRun TRAINING RESOURCES: Apply for One-on-one Coaching Click Here For Your FREE Guide to Running Faster Macro Nutrient Calculator Jase’s Information: Instagram: Website: Youtube: Email:

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About the Host

Jase Kraft


Let's get real. I'm a 'washed-up' college track athlete. I've had some success in my career including earning the title of 4-time NSIC Conference Champion with All-American honors, helped our team reach a 5th place finish at XC Nationals, and was ranked in the top 25 Division II Indoor Milers in 2017.

After going through a major burnout in 2018-2019, I took a year off and am now training for obstacle course races.

The one aspect that connects all sports is the art of recovery. We push our bodies to the limit to reach our goals. If we don't recover properly from workouts, we'll never perform our best. By interviewing top athletes, coaches, and researchers, I hope to contribute some crucial knowledge to our athletic community so that we can excel and reach unrealized potential.

Learn to Recover Faster, Feel Better and Reach Your Potential.