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Brodie Sharpe Is Sharing His Physio Secrets For Any Injured Runner


My guest today was last here a year and a half ago and in that time a lot has changed.

He has been busy starting a new podcast, writing an e-book, and continuing his work as a physio helping runners to stay healthy.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Brodie Sharpe.

Brodie Sharpe

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Amanda Brooks Is Helping The “Everyday” Athlete Run To The Finish


Amanda Brooks is joining me on the show today for round 2, almost 400 episodes after we chatted for the first time.

Amanda is one of the original running bloggers and a lot has changed since our last conversation, including a new book.

We will have no shortage of topics to cover today as I go a few easy miles with Amanda Brooks.

Amanda Brooks

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QT: Are Your Running Injuries Really Running Injuries?


As runners, there are a few injuries that are all too common within our ranks.

Plantar fasciitis. Shin splints. IT band syndrome. Stress fractures.

In most cases, when a runner is struggling with one of these issues we look for a solution in our running.

Maybe we need new shoes. Or a tweak to our form. Or we’ve increased our mileage too quickly.

But what if I told you that the actual root cause of some running injuries has nothing to do with running?

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Stephanie Dannenberg Found That Her Missing Piece Was On The Trails


Today’s guest is a fellow Altra Red Team member as well as a member of the crew over at Becoming Ultra.

She has run quite a few ultra-distance races, highlighted by a first female finish at Cloudsplitter 100 miler.

I am looking forward to trying to keep up with Stephanie Dannenberg today.

Stephanie Dannenberg

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Kristin Gordon Uses Lifes Obstacles As Motivation To Push Her Limits

Today’s guest is a woman that embraced running a little later in life.

Her passion for the sport inspired her to begin coaching and help others reach their goals as well.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Kristin Gordon today.

Kristin Gordon

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