Tue, 29 September 2020
My guest in this episode is Ryan Twist, a Podiatrist from Bayswater Foot and Ankle Clinic. Anyone who is listening who wants to get into running or they have been running and they have found themselves injured, this episode is for you.
01:13 People Are Starting to Pick Up Running And Walking
02:49 What Are The Most Common Running Injuries?
04:56 Recommendations For Beginners (Walk Run Cycle)
06:33 The Best Strengthening Exercises For Runners
10:21 The Wrong Shoes Can Cause Injury
15:10 Injuries And Niggles: When To Run And When To Stop
18:27 How Much Should We Run?
20:37 Running Slow To Running Fast Makes A Massive Difference
24:36 Nasal Breathing
26:18 Be Patient
26:59 Role Of Mobility I Avoiding Injury
Direct download: Fish_Out_Of_Water_Making_Yourself_Bulletproof_From_Running_Injuries_with_Ryan_Twist.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 12:59am AEDT
Thu, 3 September 2020
Shawn is an Ironman triathlete based in Nova Scotia, Canada. A year ago, he started some changes in his stroke and in the course over the last year, he has effectively gone from a 2:25 per hundred pace down to 1:31 per hundred. Shawn will share how he has done that, what changes he's made to his stroke and how might incorporate this changes to your own stroke.
Direct download: 225_to_131_per_100_In_12_Months_With_Shawn_Muise.m4a
Category:general -- posted at: 5:10am AEDT