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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

Duane Scotti is Breaking the Injury Cycle with a Realistic Approach

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My guest today is on for round two and we have a lot to catch up on since our first chat.

He is a physical therapist (PT), run coach, podcaster, dad, and husband.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Duane Scotti today.

Duane Scotti

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Dustin Riedesel Approaches Life as an Amateur Event


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Today’s guest battled both addiction and cancer and is a father, husband, podcaster, author, and runner.

There will be no shortage of topics to cover during our conversation.

I look forward to going a few easy miles today with Dustin Riedesel.

Dustin Riedesel

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QT: Is Overtraining a Real Thing or a Myth?

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There’s an adage I’ve heard several times in running circles that says it’s better to be undertrained than overtrained on race day.

I’ve always agreed with this philosophy, and have tried to err on the side of caution when putting training plans together for myself and for the runners I coach.

But recently I’ve started to hear a lot of people talking about overtraining as something that isn’t really a thing.

And I think I agree with their logic… Read more

Ryan Good Has The Stubborness Required For Endurance Events


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My guest is someone that I connected with online a while ago so today’s chat is long overdue.

He took his running to a new level in 2022 by running 5 hundred-mile races in a 7-month window.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Ryan Good today.

Ryan Good

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