In episode 183 of The Physical Performance Show Brad Beer shares a conversation with Ellie Pashley, AUS Distance Runner + Physiotherapist in this featured performer edition.
Ellie Pashley is an Australian up and coming Distance Running Star, based in Torquay, Victoria. At the time of recording, Ellie had just been home 7 days from her debut World Championship, where Ellie clocked a wonderful PB of 31:18 in the Women’s 10,000m finishing in 13th Place and running a Tokyo 2020 Australian Athletics Olympics qualifier in the process. In addition, Ellie is also a City to Surf Australia Winner and boasts PB’s of 69:14 in the Half Marathon and 2:26 across the full marathon. Ellie’s half marathon time makes her the 7th fastest Australian all-time Runner and Ellie’s 2:26 marathon places her squarely in Australia’s Top 20 all-time runs. Ellie is coached by Australian Distance Running Representative Julian Spence co-host of Inside Running and himself a 2:16 marathoner.
During this episode you will hear Ellie share around her highs, lows and learnings from her running career to date. Ellie is also a practicing Physiotherapist, so we touch on how those skills have helped Ellie remain injury free in recent years. Ellie outlines her top 3 tips to running PB’s, survives the performance round, issues a Physical Challenge for the Week and much more.
Listen in as we delve into the following:
- Ellie’s success in qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games
- Preparation for World Championships
- Ellie as a Physiotherapist and Runner
- Ellie’s routine to be injury free
- What Ellie’s weekly mileage looks like
- Running in Ellie’s early years
- Ellie’s Marathon Team
- New Balance Team Endorser
- Emergence of Female Distant Runners
- Tips for Runners to achieve their PB’s
- Tips on Energy availabilities in performance and health
- Ellie’s drive to Work Hard
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“Don’t drop off the back pack and stop being a wuss” – Mantra
“Running faster but feels effortless.” – Being in the Zone
“Sleep and Chocolate milk” – Recovery Tip
“You have got to enjoy it.” – Best Advice
“Go to a Park Run, run 5k.” – Physical Challenge
“I don’t allow myself to not get going.”
Tips for Runners to achieve their PB’s
1. Train Hard but make not to wreck yourself every single time.
2. Sleep a lot
3. Fuelling properly
To follow Ellie Pashley:
Websites: Offshore Physiotherapy
Run Strong Online Coaching
01:58 Introduction to Ellie Pashley
03:40 Her success in qualifying for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games
04:50 Preparation for World Championships
06:30 Ellie as a Physiotherapist and Runner
07:50 Ellie’s routine to be injury free
08:50 What Ellie’s weekly mileage looks like
11:28 Running in Ellie’s early years
15:56 Ellie’s Marathon Team
18:00 New Balance Team Endorser
18:40 Emergence of Female Distant Runners
24:11 Highs of Ellie’s career
25:00 Lows of her career
31:55 Performance Round
43:00 Tips for Runners to achieve their PB’s
45:12 Tips on Energy availabilities in performance and health
47:05 Best Advice
48:20 Physical Challenge for the Week
49:48 Ellie’s drive to Work Hard
For questions and comments about this Episode
Send to the show host @Brad_Beer
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