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QT: When Dealing With a Niggle, Be Sure to Address Both Sides (Best Of-ish)

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This post was originally part of Episode 655 released in November of 2018 and is more or less copy and pasted from that post. The audio, however, is a new take on the topic.

What do you do when you have a little issue somewhere in your body?

Maybe you feel a tight plantar fascia in one foot.

Or you have a knee that doesn’t quite seem right during or after a run.

Or you feel a little pain in your shin or your Achilles or your hamstring.

The location of the issue, for today’s quick tip, is irrelevant.

From time to time, most of us as runners will develop a bit of a niggle somewhere in our body that needs to be addressed.

And that is where we can get ourselves in trouble… Read more

Taking a Break from Running

QT: Coming Back from Injury Intelligently (Best Of-ish)

This post/episode was originally published in February of 2018. The post/show notes are more or less copy/pasted from the original post, but the podcast audio is a new take on the topic.


Whether we want to admit it or not, running injuries are all too common in our ranks.

Joker Sucks

Yeah, no joke!

But facts are facts. And the odds are that all of us will have to deal with at least one running-related injury at some point in our running careers. (And the odds say at least half of us will have to deal with an injury this year!)

As such, perhaps we should talk a little bit about the process of coming back from an injury then, eh? Read more

Quick Tip: Coming Back from an Injury is a Delicate Process


Whether we want to admit it or not, running injuries are a fact of life in our sport.

Joker Sucks

Yeah, no joke!

But facts are facts. And the odds are that all of us will have to deal with at least one running-related injury at some point in our running careers. (And the odds say at least half of us will have to deal with an injury this year!)

As such, perhaps we should talk a little bit about the process of coming back from an injury then, eh? Read more

Sam Gardner

Sam Gardner Used Her Traumatic Experience To Propel Herself Forward


Today I am going a few easy miles with Sam Gardner.

Sam Gardner

Sam Gardner

Sam has experienced some epic high and low moments in her life with running being a central theme in both circumstances.

Running has been in her life for 10 years and has helped to shape the person she has become.

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Dr. Christopher Segler

Dr. Christopher Segler is the Doctor that the Running Community Needs


Dr. Christopher Segler is not your average podiatrist.

Dr. Christopher Segler is Also an Ironman Triathlete!

Dr. Christopher Segler is Also an Ironman Triathlete!

This 14-time Ironman is an expert in pushing the body to the limit without doing too much.

That is a fine line to walk, but it is possible. Read more