Next Episode: Simon Bartold

On Sunday 16th June, our special guest on Runchatlive Ep.25 will be legendary podiatrist Simon Bartold of Bartold Clinical. 30 years experience of working with elite athletes including four Olympic Games, lectures in 42 countries, worked with Asics for 20 years… this will be an episode you do not want to miss!

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Ep.21: Athletic Amenorrhea Tina Muir

Tina Muir talks to us about Athletic Amenorrhea, a condition caused by overtraining in which menstruation becomes irregular or totally ceases. Many female athletes either regard it as a normal part of becoming the best or suffer in silence.

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Ep.20: Wim Hof with Lisa Shabbas

Lisa Shabbas, a plant based athlete & ultrarunner, talks to us about the Wim Hof Method and her use of it in preparation for the UltraMirage100k she will be running in Tunisia this coming September.

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Ep.14: Understanding Pain with Ben Cormack

Ben Cormack of Cor-Kinetic joins us for ‘A Runners Guide To Pain’, the last episode of 2018. When it comes to explaining concepts from modern pain science, Ben is one of our top ‘go to’ guys. Any therapist into evidence based treatment NEEDS to be following Ben.

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Ep.11: Kenyan Physio Martin Ong’wen

Kenyan Physio Martin Ong’Wen was a guest speaker at the ‘Reasoning, Responsibility & Reform in MSK practice’ conference organised by The Physio Matters Podcast team. We talk about his experiences in the UK plus a discussion about what makes Kenyan runners stand out.

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Ep.10: Strength and Conditioning Alex Backhouse

Alex Backhouse is one of our top local recommendations for runners in need of strength work, which in all honesty is most of you! We talked to Alex about his early days training UFC & Invicta fighters through to obtaining a masters in Strength & Conditioning and today running a hugely successful strength and conditioning centre.

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Ep.7: ‘Reps and Sets, Magic Number?’

Here it is, the last solo recording before being joined by special guests! This episode highlights the fact that many runners could benefit from adding strength training to their weekly routines, but how many repetitions (lifts per exercise) and sets (repeats of exercise) should we be doing? Does it change if doing rehab? Can it reduce risk of injury?

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