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Back on My Feet- The Power of Running to Overcome Homelessness

I’m excited to have a fellow Brit on the show today! Katy Sherratt is the CEO of Back On My Feet, a non-profit organization that helps homeless and those down on their luck get – you guessed it! – back on their feet. But... 

Is the ElliptiGO the Best Cross Training Tool for Runners?

You may have seen the strange looking “scooter” on elite runners training pages. You may have wondered: What does it do? How does it help runners? Why is this so much better than other cross training workouts for... 

Dr. David Minkoff- You Can Overcome and Outlast Your Setbacks

My guest today participated in over 40 Iron Man competitions, which is admirable on its own. But when you hear about what he’s been doing for the health and wellness for the runners he has met, you are really going to be impressed. David... 

5 Reasons to Be Okay With Missed Workouts

We all seem to get busier and busier as the years go by, and this time of year becomes the busiest of all, and finding time to exercise can be almost impossible. How to stay motivated to run during the holidays? Motivation may... 

The Gait Guys- Runners Need Risk Management, Not Crisis Management

Today’s episode is going to completely change the way you look at running form. I’m sure we’re all guilty of saying we have “bad form” while running. I know my own peroneal arthritis effects my form and the way I think... 

What is the Best Cross Training for Your Running Injury?

One of the most fiercely debated topics in distance running is the effectiveness of cross training for runners. As is typically the case with heated debate, the pendulum often ends up swinging far in either direction. Some modern... 

Find What You Love and Work for it- Chiara Gandolfi

Will you help me give a wedding present today? My guest didn’t start out as a runner, in fact, she did not start running until one year ago. Chiara was a springboard diver who was inspired to run by the most powerful force of... 

What are the Best Shoes to Wear When You Have Plantar Fasciitis?

Plantar fasciitis is the bane of many runners’ existence. It’s the third-most common running injury, accounting for one in every twelve doctor visits for a runner.1 The aching, stabbing pain in your heel that rears... 

How Running Shapes us into the People we Want to Be- Chris Heuisler

If you’ve ever run a marathon, you know how hectic race day can be. You’re out of your element, you’re in a new area, and everything about your routine is falling apart. This is where Chris Heuisler comes in! I brought... 

How to Find the Best Runner Diet for You and Your Training

This guest post was written by Heather Caplan For some runners, the way they eat is an integral part of their training plan. For others, nutrition for runners is a second thought, or may not be paid much attention to until it... 

Molly Huddle: Why New York Was the Marathon for Molly

My guest today is one of the best distance runners in the country. Molly Huddle finished 6th in the 10k at the 2016 Rio Olympics and is about to try her legs out on her first marathon in New York. Molly is already a superstar... 

Why Every Runner Can Benefit from Interval Workouts

This guest post was written by Runtastic It’s not surprising that interval training is one of the most popular training methods out there. Interval running for beginners to running for weight loss to advanced runners, everyone... 

Nick Symmonds- Our Filthy, Dirty Sport: It’s Time to Make a Change

I’ve been wanting to talk to our guest today for a long time! He’s got a lot of experience, a lot of opinions, and he’s not afraid to share them. Nick Symmonds is an elite runner is a two time Olympian and competed in his... 

Fed up of Being Injured? Will Dry Needling Work for You?

There is nothing a runner hates more than being told not to run. Unless you find a medical professional you can trust, it is hard to know whether it actually would be best to rest, or whether there is another treatment that is... 

10 Things You Think Will Change as a Older Runner (But, Don’t)

Remember the days you used to practically spring out of bed? Soreness, tightness, ashiness. What was that anyway? Maybe when you had a really hard workout the day before, you might feel a bit sore….for a day or two! Getting...