I’m going to give you some negative advice, how to not pick a good running shoe on today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement podcast. I think it’s important to know how not to do things in order to inform how to do things. Even when I’m teaching people how to run naturally or run barefoot, I’ll often have them exaggerate bad patterns because that way it really highlights what that pattern is and makes it easier to start doing something different.
What shoes did Jesus wear? Or Moses or Muhammad or Buddha? Well, we’re going to take a look at that in today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement, the podcast where people will want to know the truth about what it takes to have a happy, healthy, strong body starting with the feet first, because those things are your foundation.
The holy grail is knowing how to run without getting injured, whether you’re wearing shoes or going barefoot, that’s really your goal is to enjoy going out…enjoy running, and not worry about being able to do it the next day. Let’s find out more with my guest today, Peter Francis, a lecturer in sports, exercise and rehabilitation science at Leeds Beckett University.
Yeah, it’s important to have a strong core. Well, what if that’s the worst thing you could possibly have? That’s what we’re going be diving into today with my guest Jae Gruenke, a Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner, running technique expert, and founder of The Balanced Runner™. Jae has been helping runners from beginner to Olympian improve their form since 2003. She is a Feldenkrais practitioner, and uses this method of movement education to help runners improve their form and improve their motor control.
How do you fix your feet, relieve foot pain and create functional, healthy feet that will help you hike a mountain, run a marathon or just walk to get groceries? We’re going to find out more about that on today’s episode on The MOVEMENT Movement podcast with my special guest Petra Fisher. It’s awfully hard to enjoy life when your body hurts. By giving your body more and better movement is an investment in your future – and it also makes life better right now.
You’ve taken a long run or a long walk, or a long hike, your feet are beat up and now you need recovery shoes, or do you? Do you even need to recover at all? Let’s take a look at that in today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement, the podcast for people who want to know the truth about what it takes to have a happy, healthy, strong body starting with the feet first, because those things are your foundation.
Many people like to think this whole idea of barefoot running, or natural movement is new, but what if it’s actually really old and we have not been learning from the masters of it? Today’s guest is Joseph Mora, originally from Southern California, he’s been running on and off for most of his life, running in the bare foot fashion for about 10-12 years. Joseph has been a student of Native American thought and philosophy for most of his life. He lives in the Southwest and has a lot of roots there.
How can you run safely and without endangering others, during this COVID-19 crisis? If you’re a runner, or this is actually true if you’re walker or a hiker. But I want to focus on those of you who are runners, and discuss this whole thing about safety. Now, obviously, I’m not a doctor, I don’t play one on TV, I don’t play one on the internet, I don’t play one when I’m podcasting.
You just spent $50 or $100 or $200 on a pair of shoes. You get your credit card bill, it says $50 or $100 or $200, is that what you really paid? I know that’s a weird sounding question, but we’re going to find out what the real cost and value of shoes are, on today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement Podcast.
Whatever activity you’re doing, whether it’s Yoga or running, or climbing or hiking or lifting, you want to be better at it, right? Maybe not, maybe it would be better if you got bad at a lot of things, but we’re going to be looking at that and much, much more, on today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement Podcast, the podcast for people who want to know the truth about what it takes to have a happy, healthy, strong body, typically starting with the feet first. because those things are your foundation.