"You are your own best healer." - Bo Bissett EPISODE OVERVIEW: Have you heard the one about the young boy who had a brother, and he immediately felt animosity and jealousy? You know, the one where his parents got divorced too, then years later he realized what a powerful negative impact it had on him? This week you're going to hear our guests remarkable journey of out of alcoholism, drug use, and self-sabotage. How he hit rock bottom, and is now on his way to the top. This is not only an entertaining episode with cool bonus content at the end, but there are hidden gold nuggets and life lessons all along the way. From better sleep, to a better life, this episode will teach you about yourself, inner healing, and what "AMO" is. Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the Bo Bissett story! GUEST BIO: Bo Bissett spent the first 4 decades of his life punishing, mutilating, demeaning, and destroying himself. Somewhere along the line, he realized those daily practices only made things worse, and despite his wishes to not move forward, he found his way. That's when he stopped trying to bury himself and, instead, started living.It sounds cheesy, but YOU are the reason he's here. Most people wouldn't have survived what he put himself through. He believes the hard lessons he's learned from his pain can help you out of yours. And that's why he's here today: to show you the way. PROUDLY SPONSORS: Ascend 2 Glory: Sales & Marketing Video GuideRPP Listeners use promo code, “200OFF4RPP” for $200 off of your Sales & Marketing Video Guide. Learn More and Order Now at https://davidpasqualone.com/services/sales-and-marketing-video-guide-marketing-consulting-that-works/ SHOW NOTES, GUEST CONTACT INFO, SPECIAL OFFERS, & OTHER RESOURCES MENTIONED:Guest Info:Website: https://amoniclear.com Support the showHOW TO SUPPORT THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST: Subscribe, Rate, & Review us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, or your favorite podcast platform. Share Episodes with your family, friends, and co-workers. Sponsor or Donate what you can financially to help us continue to bring great content that inspires you, and people like you around the world! HAVE A QUESTION? Click Here to Connect with David THE NOT-SO-FINE-PRINT DISCLAIMER: While we are very thankful for all of our guests, please understand that we do not necessarily hold or endorse the same beliefs, views, and positions that they may have. We respectfully agree to disagree in some areas, and thank God for the blessing and privilege of free will. THANKS FOR JOINING US FOR THE REMARKABLE PEOPLE PODCAST!
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 26 we welcome HPRS runner Stefan Schuster to discuss Ultra Cults. A cult is a misplaced or excessive admiration for a particular person or thing. While ultra running in and of itself can be considered a cult, there are numerous cults within the sport itself and in this episode we list them out!
In this episode we are doing a replay of “Holiday Eating for Runners” which first aired in 2020. Join our facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/SpeedStriders Follow us on instagram @runningpodcast Check out our website: www.runningpodcast.us Tags of topics: #Marathon #Running #MarathonTraining #marathonnutrition #speedstriders #runningpodcast #racerecap #racereview #runner #mentaltraining #beginnerrunner #attitudeofgratitude
Listen every Friday from 21 till 22 (Moscow time) Jazz FM (radiojazzfm.ru) Subscribe in iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ru/podcast/funk-and-beyond-weekly/id1063844118?mt=2 for more details please visit beyondfunk.ru 1. Angels of Libra and Nathan Johnson - Curtis (Reprise) 2. Fusion Affair - Missing Cat 3. Chaiara Civello - Sono Come Sono (Whodamanny Instrumental) 4. Jazzy Eyewear - We The People 5. The KBCS - rainbow Runners (feat. Flo Mega) 6. Q.A.S.B. - Escape 7. The Mighty Mocambos - Let The Music Play 8. Zillanova - The Time It Takes 9. Alan Evans - Are You With Me? 10. Young Gun Silver Fox - West Side Jet 11. Shareholder Tom - Soul vacation 12. Nicola Conte and Gianluca Petrella - Nigeria (Tall Black Guy Boogie Love Remix) 13. Michael the Lion - Get It On (Bosq Remix) 14. The Boogie Man - When The Funk Rains Down (Lowrider Version) 15. The Fontanelles - Pinprick 16. Ikebe Shakedown - Supermoon 17. James Alexander Bright - Soul 18. Renato Anselmi - Hello Mr. Acuvis
Host: Dr. Matt Minard Episode Summary Meet our host, Dr. Matt Minard, a Physical Therapist who enjoys both the physical and mental benefits of running but is also passionate about helping others run safely. In this episode, Dr. Minard describes three locations your knee pain is coming from, what is causing them and how to correct them. Show Notes Coming Soon
Richard Conner is the host of the “Inspire to Run” podcast, a running community that motivates people to run and take control of their health and fitness. While Spartan Races are currently his jam, he wasn't always a runner. But he took advantage of a small moment of inspiration to inspire his own fitness journey and is now inspiring others. Conner is also a pancreatic cancer advocate as he lost his mother-in-law to this awful disease. You can hear Richard's story on this week's episode of the Project Purple Podcast! To keep up with Richard, you can follow him on Instagram at @rconner621 (https://www.instagram.com/rconner621/) and listen to the “Inspire to Run” podcast available on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you listen to podcasts! Links available here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inspire-to-run-podcast/id1533528023 https://open.spotify.com/show/06UwrmEG39UkztgsxBbNMl?si=e781645bee4c4474 To learn more about Project Purple, visit https://www.projectpurple.org/ or follow us on social media at these links: https://www.facebook.com/Run4ProjectPurple https://www.instagram.com/projectpurple/ https://twitter.com/Run4Purple https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgA8nVhUY6_MLj5z3rnDQZQ
Ankle sprains are probably the most common musculoskeletal injury affecting runners. It is really easy to roll an ankle and find yourself limping, unable to run. You might have sprained your ankle tripping on a root or rock when you're out running on a trail. Maybe you were wearing some fancy shoes going out to dinner and you stepped on a little reflector on a crosswalk, twisting your ankle. No matter how you injure the ankle, if your ankle is painful and swollen it is definitely going to interfere with your running. What are the three biggest mistakes runners make with ankle sprains? Well, that's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.
Does meditation help with running? Can meditation help you run faster? If you are a runner who laces up your shoes for the simple reason of getting in that mental clearing run to help you manage stress, improve mood, and stay healthy (or it could literally be the only time in your chaotic day that you have time to yourself) then you will want to listen to this experiential learning episode! Rebecca Doring who is a runner, Meditation Teacher, Yoga Instructor, & Personal-Transformation Coach, who helps people overcome daily stress and manage their inner critic so that they can get to know who they really are, and go after and achieve the goals they want. In this episode, Rebecca teaches us about the benefits of meditation for runners as well as guides us through a short meditation practice that you can do as part of a seated meditation or as part of a mindfulness exercise during your run! (You will want to give this a try) This conversation touches upon these common questions: What is Meditation? Why is meditation good for runners? How do you actually meditate? Can you meditate during a run? What is an example of meditating? What is the misconception of meditation? Related Episodes: Episode 139: Self-Care for Runners with Amy Mangueira https://sparkhealthyrunner.com/10-tips-for-running-and-life/ Episode 127: 5 Ways to Deal With Race Anxiety with Coach Cat and Irene Bosco https://sparkhealthyrunner.com/5-ways-to-deal-with-race-anxiety/ Newest Resource: Nutrition Blueprint: Run Your Best! https://learn.sparkhealthyrunner.com/nutrition Winter Strong Body Transformation Program: Spark off your winter running with a 4 month strong body transformation! 1:1 individualized Healthy Runner Coaching to grow a stronger, injury free running body so you can get in those stress relieving runs all winter long! Get the structure, support and accountability from our team of experts in the health and running industry to transform into a stronger runner feeling more confident, healthy, AND running faster this spring even if you don't think you are a fast runner! Just head to https://learn.sparkhealthyrunner.com/coaching to learn more and commit to getting stronger this winter! This week's show brought to you by: Naboso, which is a company that is dedicated to redefining what's underneath your feet so you can feel more to move better as a runner! Click here and use code HEALTHYRUNNER for 20% off your entire Naboso order! Learn more about how Naboso's textured products connect you to your exercises and your running by strengthening your feet and helping you recover from your runs. We've got a special offer for you where you can save 20% by using the code HEALTHYRUNNER. Just head to: https://bit.ly/healthyrunner and use the code HEALTHYRUNNER at checkout to save 20%! Connect with Rebecca Doring: Website: https://www.deeprootedbliss.com/ Instagram: @rebeccadoringmeditation Podcast: Deep Rooted Bliss Free Guided Meditations: https://www.deeprootedbliss.com/free Connect with Dr. Duane: Instagram - @sparkhealthyrunner Join Our Healthy Runner Facebook Community Subscribe to our YouTube Channel firstname.lastname@example.org www.sparkhealthyrunner.com Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Play iHeartRadio Amazon Music Website
What exactly is stability and how does it impact our running? Stability allows us to transform strength into speed. The good news is that building stability doesn't require hours of strenuous workouts - most of what we need can be accomplished in a few short sessions. This week's podcast guest has a Masters of Physical Therapy and is a board certified sports clinical specialist. Jay Dicharry is an author, innovator and coach who has built an international reputation as an expert in biomechanical analysis. Jay has written 2 books many runners may be familiar with: Anatomy for Runners and Running Rewired. Jay is also the inventor of the MOBO board, a tool that helps you build stability in multiple planes of motion. The board is unique in how it teaches you to drive your big toe into the ground - an essential concept in creating a more stable foundation for your running. Use code STRENGTHRUN10 to save 10% on your MOBO Board! In our discussion, Jay and I focus on the importance of stability and how to build it in your running and daily life. We address: How injury is more impacted by stability than strength What it means to “drive the big toe” into the ground Why stability is the foundation of training (& why you can't fire a cannon from a canoe!) How a lack of balance and stability can impact us as we age The importance of varying your footwear Why and how to implement stability-focused workouts into your routine Jay's expertise and ability to translate complex concepts into actionable advice is sure to benefit your running, Enjoy! Links & Resources from the Show: Learn more about the MOBO board (Code STRENGTHRUN10 saves 10%) Visit Jay's website Follow Jay on Instagram Visit Jay on Linked in and YouTube Listen to our previous discussion on pain free running Thank you MOBO Board! Invented by renowned physical therapist Jay Dicharry, MOBO helps you stabilize your stance with an innovative rocker board that's set up on two fins. The design effectively forces you to drive your big toe into the bboard to improve your stability. I was pretty arrogant going into my first session on the MOBO Board. How hard can it be to balance, right? Well, I was humbled pretty quickly! Even if you're a good runner, better balance, stability, and proprioception is going to help you have a more powerful stride and prevent more running injuries. You'll learn how to improve the efficiency of the kinetic chain from your hip to your big toe. Because as Jay likes to say, it's not just how strong you are, but how well you use that strength. Save 10% with code STRENGTHRUN10 at checkout at moboboard.com. Thank you Elemental Labs! A big thanks to Elemental Labs for their support of this episode! They make electrolyte drinks for athletes and low-carb folks with no sugar, artificial ingredients, or colors. And you can get a free sampler pack of 4 flavors and 8 individual packets when you pay $5 in shipping. Elemental Labs' products have some of the highest sodium concentrations that you can find. Anybody who runs a lot knows that sodium, as well as other electrolytes like magnesium and potassium, are essential to our performance and how we feel throughout the day. The citrus flavor has quickly become my favorite. I'm drinking one a day now to help me get enough fluids in our dry Colorado air. It's tasty and delicious and I find that I'm not peeing every 45 minutes throughout the day, which might be an indication I wasn't eating enough sodium. There's now mounting evidence that higher sodium intake levels are not unhealthy – and athletes need substantially more than your typical sedentary person. Of course, ask your doctor if you're worried. But for those athletes running outside in the heat, an electrolyte replacement makes a lot of sense. So check out Elemental Labs to try their new flavor or get a free sampler pack.
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 25 we welcome HPRS runner Stefan Schuster to discuss his journey into thru hiking. We also talk about fast packing and how backpacking experiences cross over into ultrarunning as an exceptional way to train.
Join us for this replay from the archives to learn more about your energy systems and how effective strength training is in how they work... Brian recently had a friend come into the Exercise Coach and he was shocked to find how quickly his heart rate went up after only 60 seconds of properly calibrated strength training exercise, despite being an avid runner. Discover how the three energy systems of the body work, and why high-intensity strength training is definitively the best way to renovate your muscles, heart, and lungs at the same time and combat type 2 diabetes and the most common age-related diseases people suffer from today. Brian had the opportunity to introduce a friend to the program at the Exercise Coach recently who was an avid runner, and he was quickly surprised at how effectively the program got his heart rate up despite his extensive cardiovascular training. Your heart and your lungs are pumps that respond to the demands being placed on your muscles at any given moment. Aerobic exercise is usually associated with a high heart rate, but that's not the only time the aerobic energy system is engaged. In relative terms, the most aerobic thing you can do is sit and do nothing. There are three energy-producing systems in the body, and the aerobic oxidative system uses oxygen to produce energy. When we sit and do nothing, the aerobic oxidative system produces nearly 100% of the energy the body needs! When we start to do something more demanding, energy production shifts to become more anaerobic which is why strength training drives that sort of increased heart rate response. The more demand on the muscles, the greater the cardiovascular response. Many new clients have never experienced that kind of workout before getting started with the Exercise Coach. Strength training is the best kind of exercise you can do for diabetes. Out-of-control blood sugar leads to out-of-control inflammation, which is the root cause of all the major diseases associated with aging. As we age and lose muscle, our body becomes resistant to the effects of the hormone insulin. Insulin is a storage hormone that removes glucose from the bloodstream and insulin resistance becomes a real problem. Without being able to remove blood sugar from the bloodstream, due to our muscles diminishing over time, our insulin levels rise and that causes problems in addition to the issues caused by elevated blood sugar. The Strength Training at the Exercise Coach targets muscles that store sugar as glycogen. It renovates your body's ability to store glycogen and reverses insulin resistance. This puts the body into a much better metabolic state and makes it easier to lose weight and transform your health. Stronger muscles equal stronger health. Type 2 muscle fibers are only used when they encounter demands that are greater than usual. Taking a walk or jogging won't activate the type 2 muscle fibers in your body but strength training will. Your muscles get better at storing the glycogen they need to perform the demanding work required for strength training. That type of work needs the heart and lungs to increase their output to support what is happening metabolically. When you feel like you're breathing hard after an intense exertion, that indicates that you're doing the kind of work needed to renovate your type 2 muscle fibers. Strength training and whole food nutrition are the best things you can do to ward off the risks of type 2 diabetes and other age related diseases. Runners often find that there is missing muscle mass in their body when they go to the Exercise Coach and that the program allows them to perform at an even higher level. Link: exercisecoach.com This podcast and blog are provided to you for entertainment and informational purposes only. By accessing either, you agree that neither constitute medical advice nor should they be substituted for professional medical advice or care. Use of this podcast or blog to treat any medical condition is strictly prohibited. Consult your physician for any medical condition you may be having. In no event will any podcast or blog hosts, guests, or contributors, Exercise Coach USA, LLC, Gymbot LLC, any subsidiaries or affiliates of same, or any of their respective directors, officers, employees, or agents, be responsible for any injury, loss, or damage to you or others due to any podcast or blog content.
I joined Sarah Bowen Shea and Amanda Loudin on the Another Mother Runner podcast starting at 11:29 to discuss: what intuitive eating encompassesmy macro counting obsession and why I stoppedwhat “food freedom” is—and how to achieve ithow to balance the needs of training with intuitive eatinghow to recognize “the food police” in your head—and silence it!
Buford came into Friday's game with a perfect record, ranked No. 1 in the state and a consensus top-10 team nationally, and winner of three straight state championships. Walton was not intimidated. The Raiders prepared this week as if Buford was just another opponent and left Tom Riden Stadium with a 42-35 victory in the second round of the Class AAAAAAA state playoffs. The win sent shockwaves far beyond the Buford and Walton communities — but not as much on the Raiders' sideline. Walton will return to the road for the quarterfinals next week, facing another unbeaten foe in Carrollton. Of Buford's 11 wins this season, eight of them were decided by more than 20 points, but that did not faze Walton's will to play spoiler. Walton will play Friday night on the road against Carrollton. About half a dozen local families that grew a little larger this year via adoption celebrated the milestone Saturday at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church. The event was hosted by the Cobb County office of the Division of Family and Children Services, the state organization that provides child protective services, foster care and adoption. Along with a breakfast of chicken and waffles, Cobb DFCS provided photographers for the families to take Thanksgiving portraits, and gave each family a $25 Walmart gift card to have the photos printed. Deputy Director of Cobb DFCS Carmen Nance organized the event to honor adopting families. She said Cobb has 436 children in foster care. According to Nance, the county's foster system needs community support — more foster families, and more resources for those families. Nance said it is important for children in foster care to stay within their home community if possible, so they can maintain some of their social network through friends, school, and church. Nance said the Cobb County Foster Adoptive Parent Association is a good resource for those looking to foster, adopt, or support the local foster system. MUST Ministries is expecting 10,000 runners this Thanksgiving Day as the nonprofit celebrates 20 years of racing against poverty with the MDJ Gobble Jog. Since 2002, families from all over the world have come together on Marietta Square to run in the Marietta Daily Journal MUST Ministries Gobble Jog, one of the largest Thanksgiving Day races in the Southeast. The annual event raises funds for those in need who come to MUST for housing, food, job assistance, clothing and more. This year, MUST will help more than 60,000 people across eight metro Atlanta counties find a second chance at hope. Runners and walkers choose between a 10K, 5K, 1K, Tot Trot (50 yards) or being a phantom runner. For more information, visit gobblejog.org or mustministries.org. The Mount Paran Christian cheerleading team recently won its 11th straight state championship in competition cheer held at the Macon Centreplex. The team faced not only a new competitive class when the Eagles moved up to Class AA, but also extended its streak with a new coaching staff led by McKenzie Rutan, Shelley Ray, and Nikki Hamilton. To date, the squad is the only team in Georgia, in any classification, to have won 11 consecutive cheer titles. The streak began with the 2012-13 season. Competition cheerleading is acknowledged as an Olympic sport and has been recognized by the GHSA/NCAA for more than 25 years. The cheer squad holds the most consecutive state championships for any sport in Cobb County, and is closing in on the Walton girls tennis team's mark of 13 titles in 14 years, and 16 championships in 18 years, between 2001 and 2018. This 11th consecutive title also puts the competition cheer team second in most consecutive titles in the state in any sport behind Jefferson High School wrestling, which won every year from 2001 to 2019. Five interceptions and a lost fumble led to five Rockmart touchdowns in North Cobb Christian's 63-10 loss at Rockmart in the second round of the Class AA state playoffs Friday night. Coming off of a thrilling 14-6 win in the first round, No. 10 North Cobb Christian (10-2) was hit with costly mistakes on offense against the Number 7-ranked Yellow Jackets to lead to an early exit in the playoffs. The Eagles went into halftime down 28-10 after getting some traction on a nine-play, 76-yard scoring drive late in the second quarter that ended with quarterback Matty Go finding Skyler Parker down the left sideline for an 18-yard touchdown pass. When they came back from the break, that momentum deteriorated quickly. Rockmart scored on the first possession of the second half as Cam Ferguson capped an 8-play, 70-yard drive with a 22-yard touchdown run. Ty'Shawn Johnson intercepted Go two plays into North Cobb Christian's possession, leading to a short field and a 15-yard touchdown run by Rockmart quarterback JD Davis a short time later. Go finished 9-of-16 for 114 yards, all of which came in the first half as the senior was 0-for-4 in the second half, each time getting picked off. The Eagles were held to 75 yards rushing for a total of 189 yards of offense. Rockmart, meanwhile, had 304 yards with 291 coming on the ground. Davis and Ferguson each had two touchdowns while Brent Washington scored two touchdowns, one on a 2-yard run and another on a 60-yard interception return, both in the second quarter. Marietta used bookstore Book Nook will close, according to a letter written by the store's owners. Before shuttering, the Marietta Book Nook on Roswell Road is discounting nearly everything in its stock by 50% every Friday, Saturday and Sunday for the rest of November. The store will not be open on other days. The letter does not specify an end date for the sale or an ultimate closing date. Trade credits will still be accepted at the other Book Nook locations in Decatur and Lilburn. Some items are exempt from the 50% off discount: comics, graphic novels, and premium items, which will be identified by a star sticker. Everything else is half off. The Book Nook had been temporarily closed to customers for about a month because of a change in management, according to the store's manager, Alexa Dunford. Dunford was not sure what caused the change. During that time, staff have been reorganizing the shelves to prepare for the sale. 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North Carolina Ultra Runner Canyon Woodward is familiar with the trails of his home state, but he had to familiarize himself with the political landscape of Maine when his best friend from college asked him to be her campaign manager for a race that no one thought they could win.
Thanks to LMNT for sponsoring this video! Head to http://DrinkLMNT.com/FLO to get your free sample pack with any purchase. Ryan Hall is the fastest American to run a marathon in 2:04:58 and half marathon in 59:43. After retiring from pro running, Ryan took up weightlifting & running coaching. Watch the full YouTube interview at https://youtu.be/5EugD_uoBzw CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro Ryan Hall 2:59 Finding running as a kid 6:27 Running coaching 7:22 Ryan's own training 11:37 Strength training for runners 18:45 Nutrition and strength for runners 22:02 Consistency, avoiding injury 23:50 Mobility for running 26:12 Run Free training program 33:43 The carbon-plated running shoe 35:22 Grand Canyon running 39:45 Love the pain cave 41:47 Relaxation and running 42:41 The pitfalls of comparison with others 43:49 Natural body weight 47:24 Family connections, cross-training 48:30 Failure, spiritual journey 54:30 Ryan's book: Run the Mile You're In 59:05 Find Ryan here + Hall Steps Foundation. 1:02:18 Paying attention to your passions 1:03:52 Outro Subscribe and hit the bell to see new videos: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT ABOUT RYAN HALL: Ryan Hall is the fastest American to run a marathon, in 2:04:58 (in 2011) and half marathon, in 59:43 (2007). That's a half marathon pace of 4:33 min / mile or 2:50 min / km. This interview took place in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he lives with his wife; professional American distance runner Sarah Hall, and their four children. After retiring from professional running in 2016, Ryan took up weightlifting and significantly increased in size, from 58G / 127lbs to (at time of recording) 85KG / 187lbs. He runs his own running coaching program and coaches recreational to elite runners. FIND RYAN HALL HERE: Instagram: (@ryanhall3) https://www.instagram.com/ryanhall3 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryanhall3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ryanhall3 Website: https://blog.ryanandsarahall.com Foundation: https://www.facebook.com/TheHallStepsFoundation/ Run Free Training: https://runfreetraining.com Run the Mile You're In - (book) by Ryan Hall: https://amzn.to/3XlDzav YOU CAN FIND ME, FLORIS GIERMAN HERE: Podcast: https://extramilest.com/podcast/ Personal Best Program: https://www.pbprogram.com/ Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/1329785 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/florisgierman Website: https://extramilest.com Website: https://pathprojects.com ABOUT THE EXTRAMILEST SHOW: A podcast and YouTube channel where host Floris Gierman interviews world class athletes, coaches and health experts on the topic of how to become a stronger, healthier and happier athlete. Subscribe and hit the bell to see new videos: https://bit.ly/Flo-YT
This episode of For Your Run gave Blaire and Shawn a chance to chat about life, training and running with Tiffany. Coming back to so many things postpartum presents many challenges and Tiffany talks about the unexpected benefits of stroller miles, the value focusing on recovery, and her plans moving forward. Oh, and Tiffany also gives her thoughts on a favorite topic of Blaire and Shawn's... Christmas Halftime. Blaire and Shawn also give a brief look into how their Chicago Marathon experience was. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to give some lectures at the Heartland Podiatry Conference in Des Moines, Iowa. The conference organizers asked me to give an entire "Doc On The Run session" during which I presented five lectures back to back...all on how doctors could approach treatment of injured runners differently. During the attendee question and answer session, a doctor asked: "Do you use ankle braces for ankle sprains, and under what circumstances would you recommend braces for recovering runners? This question came out of what's called Conservative Management of Ankle Sprains in Runners Who Want to Run. Do I recommend ankle braces for runners? Well, that's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.
The 2022 New York City Marathon will be known for its heat and humidity. Runners from around the world descended on NYC expecting typical northeast autumn weather. Instead, they were greeted with near summer conditions. The effect on the field was massive. Despite those nasty conditions, Maria Penner from Winnipeg, Canada negative split her race and finished with the fasted 1.5 miles of her entire race! In this episode, Maria provides a full analysis of what she did in training and on race day physically and mentally to make the most of her marathon and finish with a smile on her face. Follow Maria at www.instagram.com/maria_lovestorun. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The latest In Touch With iOS with Dave he is joined by Jeff Gamet and guest Kelly Guimont. Jeff and Dave were able to demo the new tool in iPadOS16.2 Freeform and they give their thoughts. Emergency SOS has been released in the US and Canada. We review and discuss the ways it will work. The Apple TV 4K model is slow and has bugs. HomePod Mini is 2 and Jeff has thoughts on how it will improve and will they release a Screen on a HomePod? Weather radar on CarPlay and more. The show notes are at InTouchwithiOS.com Direct Link to Audio Links to our Show Click this link Buy me a Coffee to support the show we would really appreciate it. intouchwithios.com/coffee Another way to support the show is to become a Patreon member patreon.com/intouchwithios Website: In Touch With iOS YouTube Channel In Touch with iOS Magazine on Flipboard Facebook Page Twitter Instagram News New Apple TV Reportedly Equipped With Binned A15 Chip With 5-Core CPU 128GB Apple TV 4K Can Only Use Half Its Storage Due to a tvOS Bug Apple Releases tvOS 16.1.1 for New Apple TV 4K With Fix for App Installation Issue Some iPhone and iPad Users Seeing Strange Safari Crashes When Searching [Update: Fixed] Apple Stores Begin Same-Device Repairs for All iPhone 14 Models 1Password Will Support Passkeys Starting in Early 2023 Apple says it's too late to get iPhone 14 Pro online before Christmas Apple unveils new design for iCloud.com with customizable tiles Apple black friday events Apple to Hold Black Friday Shopping Event Starting on November 25 there are so many other deals to be had. Topics Beta this week. Apple Seeds Third Betas of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 Apple Seeds Third Beta of watchOS 9.2 to Developers Apple Seeds Third Beta of tvOS 16.2 to Developers More Beta Details Apple Releases Rapid Security Response Update for iOS 16.2 Beta Users [Updated] The iPhone 14 Pro's always-on display doesn't need to show your wallpaper anymore Latest iOS 16.2 Beta Lets You Disable Wallpaper and Notifications for Always On Display Latest watchOS 9.2 Beta Includes Race Route Workout Feature for Runners and Cyclists Emergency SOS Satellite is live and you can demo it. Apple's Emergency SOS via satellite feature is now live. Here's how it works. Here's How to Share Your Location via Satellite With Find My Freeform the app for the iPad was announced when iPadOS16 was introduced at WWDC but delayed until iPadOS16.2 beta 3 testing. Jeff and Dave did some initial testing and give our thoughts on it so far. 10 Things You Can Do With the Freeform App in iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 Jeff's favorite topic is HomePod :). The HomePod mini has turned 2 years old. Where do we think the future is and will the full size HomePod make a comeback? Will Apple fix the pain points many users have? HomePod Mini Turns Two as Apple Looks to Expand Lineup Next Year Apps Weather on the Way is the First App Providing Live Radar Via CarPlay Our Host Dave Ginsburg is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users and shares his wealth of knowledge of iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and related technologies. Visit the YouTube channel https://youtube.com/intouchwithios follow him on Mastadon @daveg65, Twitter @daveg65.and the show @intouchwithios Our Regular Contributors Jeff Gamet is a podcaster, technology blogger, artist, and author. Previously, he was The Mac Observer's managing editor, and Smile's TextExpander Evangelist. You can find him on Mastadon @jgamet as well as Twitter and Instagram as @jgamet His YouTube channel https://youtube.com/jgamet About our Guest Kelly Guimont is a podcaster and friend of the Rebel Alliance. She appears on The Incomparable network as well as hosts I Want My M(CU) TV. You can also hear her on The Aftershow with Mike Rose you can find her on Twitter and Instagram @verso
Fresh off of completing an epic 100 miler in an amazing way, Scott joins us to recap the experience! When Scott decides to do something, it is never simple or easy and this is no different! We talk all about Band of Runners, the news season of Becoming Ultra, and the upcoming BU events across the globe! https://www.bandofrunners.org/ www.becomingultra.com
Type 40 • A Doctor Who Podcast Episode 116: Demons Runners We head back to the library on this new edition of our Doctor Who podcast, though there's precious little silence hosting a panel of contributing writers to the brand-new book “A World of Demons: The Villains of Doctor Who” Just published by Fayetteville Mafia Press/Tucker DS Press! It's a tome full of essays on some of the most terrifying villains to ever plague the Doctors, throughout the decades of televised adventures. Hannah Friedman, Shane Thomas and Ken Deep have each penned a chapter of the book and they're here to tempt us with further details. As well as guess on the nature of villainy itself, within the Doctor Who universe. Regular host Dan Hadley isn't frightened easily! How will he fare, outnumbered by these dark souls? Find out when you stream or download here: Order “A World of Demons: The Villains of Doctor Who” at these links: Direct from the publishers: https://www.fayettevillemafiapress.com/product/doctor-who-copy/ Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/World-Demons-Villains-Doctor-Who/dp/1949024377 Amazon UK https://www.amazon.co.uk/World-Demons-Villains-Doctor-Who/dp/1949024377/ref=asc_df_1949024377/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=570230876871&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15493265088242179324&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9045456&hvtargid=pla-1637763857738&psc=1&th=1&psc=1 Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-world-of-demons-the-villains-of-doctor-who-barnaby-edwards/1140029239 Forbidden Planet: https://forbiddenplanet.com/367321-a-world-of-demons-the-villains-of-doctor-who/ Follow Ken Deep on Twitter: https://twitter.com/kendeep Long Island Who http://www.kendeep.com/index.html Analysing Doctor Who on Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/analysingdw Hannah Friedman is on Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/khannahfriedman Find out more on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AWorldofDemonsTheVillainsofDoctorWho?comment_id=Y29tbWVudDo4NzY1MzY3OTEzNDc3MTU4XzExMDUxOTQ4OTcwNTA0MTY%3D On Twitter: https://twitter.com/docwhoami Find Type 40 • A Doctor Who Podcast feed here at: type40.podbean.com Listen to Type 40 on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Play, iHeart Radio, Tune In and the Podbean App. Or as part of FPNet Master Feed @Fpnet.podbean.com If you would like to contact us directly you can: Email: email@example.com Twitter: @type40drwho Instagram: @type40doctorwho Facebook: Type 40 • A Doctor Who Fan Page Join the Facebook group Type 40 • A Doctor Who Fan Group: http://bit.ly/type40_fbgroup Subscribe to The Spacebook YouTube channel for extended and extra Type 40: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh8T5-mFYWblZo6lnakCSCw TeePublic Store: Help support the Fandom Podcast Network and wear some of their fantastic original designs and logos on t-shirts, mugs, hats and more from Tee Public Go to: https://www.teepublic.com/user/fandompodcastnetwork or just search Fandom Podcast Network to find our storefront. Please listen to our other awesome podcasts on the Fandom Podcast Network: Master Feed: https://fpnet.podbean.com/
Do you know the ‘x-factor' for better running? The key that will unlock greater levels of performance and longevity in the sport? If not, today's episode will teach you all about it! A base-building phase can be viewed as the foundation of your fitness or the engine of your running machinery. Dedicating specific blocks of time or a stage of your running career towards base-building will allow for many unique benefits and positive outcomes that are far too often overlooked by many endurance athletes. To most effectively cover the topic of base-building, we center our discussion on the three areas of greatest importance to this phase of training. Aerobic Development Neuromuscular Fitness Strength Training In each of these areas, we share our own stories of struggle and success and provide tangible practices that you can implement into your own training. As you look ahead to a new year and begin to set big goals for your running, we encourage you to dedicate a portion of your effort to base-building! It will be a wise investment in your pursuit of big training cycles and new personal bests! Resources: Elevate Your Running Connect w/ Sara Connect w/ Austin – Track: Chicago — Jey Co [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: https://youtu.be/MNbfbvZR10A Free Download / Stream: https://alplus.io/chicago
In Episode #45 of the More Than Miles Podcast, physical therapists Dr. Kate Mihevc Edwards and Dr. Kacy Seynders interview professional runner and Atlanta Track Club (ATC) athlete Allie Wilson. Allie ran three competitive seasons a year in college (indoor and outdoor track and cross country) and now races at the 800m distance internationally. She talks in the interview about the factors that she loves about running but also is very candid about the challenges that she faces in her own training as well as disappointments from performances in which she did not hit the times or place that she wanted. Allie talks about her maturation as a runner through her collegiate career and into her beginnings as a professional runner when moving to Atlanta. During the interview, Allie explores the keys she has found in her own training that she feels have contributed to her success including her consistency in training efforts, trusting in her coaches' training plans, and prioritizing sleep and nutrition among other factors. She also talks about her appreciation in having found such a unique and overwhelmingly positive running culture and a supportive team to train within the Atlanta Track Club. She also discusses her experience as a professional runner and her gratitude for having the ability to run and train as her main “day” job without the stress of working a job outside of running. She talks about a typical “day in the life” of a professional runner including often getting in multiple workouts per day, prioritizing active recovery practices such as using ice or compression boots, massage, and making sure to optimize nutrition and sleep. The interview also includes moments and stories that exemplify Allie's humility and grace and make her very relatable for the human experiences that she shares with recreational runners. Dr. Kacy and Kate talk about Allie's strengths as a teammate to other athletes in the ATC crew and her position as a leader amongst the team. Finally, Allie, shares a story about a pivotal 800m race this year in which she fell at the finish line and the social media hype that this clip inspired. She also dispels myths about what actually happened during that race…so, check out the full podcast episode to hear her side of this story and more!
Take a run with The Human Potential Running Series podcast. For Episode 24 we welcome HPRS Assistant Race Director Emily Royal as our special guest host to discuss the life cycle of an ultra, more specifically the rise and fall of The Razorback Running Revival.
Today's episode comes from a question from one of the YouTube viewers. The specific question was, are calcified Achilles tendons more prone to tendon rupture in runners? That's a great question. I think if you ask most doctors, their answer is probably going to be yes. But since I got this very specific question, I actually wanted to see if there is any research that truly proves whether or not Achilles tendons that have calcification or ossification within them, whether or not they're actually more prone to rupture in runners. Are calcified Achilles tendons more prone to rupture in runners? Well, that's what we're going to talk about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.
This week, we tackle Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi's book flow: what it is and how to achieve it and what that has to do with runners. Stick around after that for world of running updates about the BAA half, Lizzie Bird's training, and updates on the 2024 USA Olympic Team Trials. For resources and details, visit https://atozrunning.com/episode163 For training, coaching, and other services, visit https://atozrunning.com/coaching
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In this episode we talk about how your nutritional needs change after your marathon. We talk to Serena Marie, RD about taking time off and what it entails, from weight variations to adjusting nutrition, under-fueling, and the rate of energy burn and more. JOIN OUR CHALLENGE Contact serena @serenamarierd Join our facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/SpeedStriders Follow us on instagram @runningpodcast Check out our website: www.runningpodcast.us Tags of topics: #Marathon #Running #MarathonTraining #marathonnutrition #speedstriders #runningpodcast #racerecap #racereview #runner #mentaltraining #beginnerrunner #attitudeofgratitude
It's that time of year! Time to shop for all the people you love (go ahead and throw something for yourself in the mix too). Meaningful gifts make all the difference. If you have a runner (or athlete of any kind) on your list, listen to these ideas. And please share your own! The more ideas the better, so post your comments here or pop over to social and send us a note! The Gift of Fitness: Garmin (Sarah wants a new one!) The Gift of Health: InsideTracker (Nicole says get your blood drawn and become your own health advocate!) The Gift of Support & Motivation: ZOOMA Run Club The Gift of Inspiration: Momentum Jewelry (AWESOME stocking stuffers) The Gift of Cute & Comfortable: Skirt Sports (specifically All In High Rise Leggings, Go the Distance Half Zip, Wonderluxe Skirt in the Holiday Print coming soon) Now you can cross off your list and you have more time to workout and do things for yourself during this holiday season. You're welcome! For our listeners, use code POD20 for 20% off Skirt Sports and Momentum Jewelry. Shop now! Tune in weekly-ish to hear us riff on the topic of the moment. Now grab those yoga pants, get out there and get busy living your best life. See you next time!
If you're tired of feeling deprived, dejected, or depressed when it comes to food or your weight, you owe it to yourself to listen to this episode. Sarah and Amanda welcome Pam Moore, an intuitive eating coach and host of the Real Fit podcast, to talk about how to have a healthier relationship with food. Pam tells: -what intuitive eating encompasses; -how she was previously obsessed with counting macros; -what “food freedom” is—and how to achieve it; -how to balance the needs of training with intuitive eating; and, -how to recognize “the food police” in your head—and silence it! In the intro chitchat, Sarah shares why she's headed to Dallas with her son. The guest joins the show at 10:12. This episode discusses disordered eating. When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! Give + give back: Enjoy 15% off your first order at ThriveCausemetics.com/AMR Heat things up: Enjoy an extended 30-day free trial by going to Dipseastories.com/amr Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Big Episode here! My first conversation is with Forest and Canyon Woodward on their new film, Rural Runners, which parallels Canyon's running with his campaign managing for Chloe Maxmin. Links to the film below. My second conversation is with Will Weidman and his experience at the Tor de Geants 205 mile race through the Italian Alps. Enjoy! Woodwards Resources & Contacts: Rural Runners Film & Website - https://www.dirtroadorganizing.org/#contact To connect with: Canyon - @canyonwoodward on Instagram Forest - https://forestwoodward.com/ Weidman's Resources & Contacts: https://willtorun.com/ @willtoruncoaching on Instagram Tor de Geants Race Report - https://willtorun.com/races Thank you to all my guests! MR Runningpains (Aaron's) information: If you'd like to learn more about Patreon or to donate, please visit https://www.patreon.com/MRRunningpains My Socials, Channels, & Newsletter: https://www.facebook.com/MRRUNNINGPAINSEVENTS/ https://www.instagram.com/mrrunningpains/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ6J512qA34z_N0KJSU4jfw https://www.strava.com/athletes/18431982 To sign up for my Newsletter -https://www.mrrunningpains.com Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks to all of you for listening! Please share the Podcast and please leave a review, rate, & subscribe if you haven't done so already! THANK YOU! Aaron Saft MR Runningpains Discounts: $10 Off Ultra Running Magazine Subscription - https://subscriber.ultrarunning.com/subscribe/ambassador?code=AM7A9D7 15% off KOGALLA - http://kogalla.com/?aff=runningpains - use code MR Runningpains 15% off XOSKIN - http://www.xoskin.us - use code MR Runningpains Xero Shoes - https://xeroshoes.com/go/MRRunningpains Thanks to my Patrons: Cullen Hicks Leah Lanier Teresa Bowser Carolyn Morrisroe Mike Sears Julia Jordan Nicole Burnham Peter Keyo Will Weidman Philip Taylor Martin Thorne Nancy Lewis Victor Dostrow Kendall Weaver Nate Heaslip Austin Elder Tory Grieves
Jose Sotolongo is the Director of Sports and Entertainment Tourism for the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau. He has brought some of the most famous iconic sporting events to Miami including the 2026 FIFA World Cup and has been instrumental on the sporting event landscape in Miami for over 32 years. Jose is also a 20-Year Miami Marathon Streaker and passionate runner. We are talk about how he started his career and where his passion for running began, his favorite parts of the Miami Marathon and what you need to know if you are running this race in 2023. It's the 21st Anniversary of the Life Time Miami Marathon this year, and both the full and half marathon sold out last week. Runners from over 65 countries represented, and just shy of all 50 states (missing Montana, South Dakota and Vermont) come together for this iconic race. And, the 2023 medal neck ribbon designed by internationally renowned artist, Luis Valle aka El Chan Guri. More info here. Special thanks to Life Time CONNECT Miami Conventiom & Visitors Bureau Instagram Marni On The Move Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, LinkedIn, or YouTube Marni Salup on Instagram and Spotify OFFERS HigherDOSE: Get 15% off on today at HigherDOSE with our code MOTM15. InsideTracker: Get 20% percent off today at InsideTracker.com/marnionthemove Revitin is a prebiotic toothpaste. Get 15% off and use our code Marni 15 at Revitin.com SUPPORT THE PODCAST Leave us a review on Apple. It's easy, scroll through the episode list on your podcast app, click on five stars, click on leave a review, and share what you love about the conversations you're listening to. Tell your friends to what you love on social. Screenshot or share directly from our stories the episode you're listening to, tag us and the guests, and use our new Marni on the Move Giphy! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER Sign up for our weekly newsletter, The Download, for Marni on the Move updates, exclusive offers, invites to events, and exciting news!
The NYC Marathon is Sunday, November 6th. Runners will cover 26.1 miles on a path through all 5 boroughs. Listeners who ran call-in to discuss how they performed, what their run means to them, and how they fared in the unusually warm November weather.
Øyvind Sandbakk, PhD, is a professor at the Norwegian University for Science and Technology and director for its Centre for Elite Sports Research. He is also the editor-in-chief for the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. In this interview we discuss a few general science and coaching topics, but mostly we dive deep into a recent review paper on the training characteristics of world class distance runners. IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT: -Going beyond just the published literature when gathering data on results-proven practice of world class distance runners for this review -Training periodisation and racing schedules -Training volume, intensity, and types of workouts -Altitude training and tapering strategies -The importance of the "art of coaching" SHOWNOTES: https://scientifictriathlon.com/tts363/ SCIENTIFIC TRIATHLON AND THAT TRIATHLON SHOW WEBPAGE: www.scientifictriathlon.com/podcast/ SPONSORS: Precision Fuel & Hydration - Optimise and individualise your fueling and hydration strategy using their FREE Fuel & Hydration planner. Book a FREE one-on-one consultation to chat with the team and refine your fueling and hydration even further. Listeners of That Triathlon Show get 15% off their first order of fueling and hydration products. If you didn't catch the discount code in the episode, email Andy and the team at email@example.com and they will be happy to help. ZEN8 - The ZEN8 Indoor Swim Trainer is a unique Dryland Swim Trainer that allows you to improve technique, power, and swim training consistency. With the trainer you can do specific power and technique work, including working on your catch and core activation, and it helps you stay consistent even if you don't have much time to train. Get the special Zen8 x TTS bundle including the Swim Trainer and a number of ZEN8 training plans and on-demand workouts on zen8swimtrainer.com/tts. LINKS AND RESOURCES: Øyvind's Twitter and Research Gate profiles The Training Characteristics of World-Class Distance Runners: An Integration of Scientific Literature and Results-Proven Practice - Haugen et al. 2022 RATE AND REVIEW: If you enjoy the show, please help me out by subscribing, rating and reviewing: www.scientifictriathlon.com/rate/ CONTACT: Want to send feedback, questions or just chat? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or connect on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter.
Running injuries: they seem to be a fact of life for beginner runners. But do they have to be, and can you stay injury free while still getting faster? On the podcast this week, Taren and Jamie discuss everything there is to know about running injuries, and whether or not there are proven strategies and tactics to get fast AND stay healthy.