Diz Runs With… Q & A Vol. 1

On today’s episode of the show, I’m running by myself answering questions that have been submitted to me by listeners and friends of the show. I wanted to share some of the questions that I’ve gotten with everyone that listens to the show, because I’ve got a feeling that the answers will help more than just the person that asked each particular question.

On this first volume of listener Q & A, we are covering a variety of topics:

  • Cross Training/Strength Training
  • Feeling Like “My Lungs Give Out Before My Legs”
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Foot Pain After Switching Shoes
  • Knee Pain–Patellar Tracking and Meniscus Damage

I love the fact that these topics really cover a wide range of topics. I hope you’ll be able to learn something from this episode that will help you become a better runner!

If you’d like to ask me a question, and potentially have it answered on a future Q & A podcast, please do so! You can leave a comment, shoot me a tweet (twitter.com/dizruns) or send me an email (dizruns@gmail.com).

Whether or not your question is answered on the show, I promise I will answer your question directly.

Related Blog Post–Nothing Like that Plantar Fasciitis

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2 replies
  1. Alex
    Alex says:

    Thanks for answering my question! You were right on. I was thinking strength training with things like lunges and squats when I wrote “cross training.”
    I’ve never tried adding in strength work after a run. I will definitely give that a shot. The reasoning you gave makes a lot of sense.
    Thanks again!


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