What’s the most important muscle group that you should work on and pay attention to if you want to run fast, efficiently, enjoyably? Well, let’s find out on 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.
Running a marathon in less than 2-hours is one of the most amazing things ever. And now that Eliud Kipchoge has done, other people are going to do it too, right? No, I don’t think so. And we’re going to talk about that on 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.
You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers, 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 starting from the feet first, because those are your foundation.
Let’s say you’re a runner and you want to become a better runner, what’s the best way to do that? How about stop running and do something else Instead? The thing that I’m about to tell you will guaranteed make you a better, healthier runner, who can continue running for much, much longer. Here we go. Two words. Drum roll please. Strength training.
Could any problem that you’ve ever had with your feet, with your ankles, with your knees, with your hips, with your back, just be because of something going on with your toes? I don’t know, but we’re going to find out on today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement Podcast, with special guest Dr. Ray McLanahan, the creator of Correct Toes.
Most people think of Tai Chi as something that old people do. That’s moving really slowly and it’s all very meditative. But what if something like Tai Chi could help you become a better, faster, healthier runner that finds you running and moving, more pleasant, more enjoyable, and more efficient?
When you get older you get slower, or do you? From the age of 45 Keith Bateman’s running times improved dramatically, culminating in a host of State, National and World age-group records. The records that he set in the 55-age-group were faster than the records he set in the 45-age-group!
You’ve got questions. I’ve got answers. On today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement podcast, I am answering questions about barefoot running and going barefoot in public. If you have questions that you want me to A, then you can drop them to me by E-mail. and when I do the next Q&A, maybe I’ll have your Q for my answer.
David went from rock bottom (what he called Ground Zero), at 320 pounds, struggling with bankruptcy and addiction, to becoming an accomplished athlete, completing everything from a 5k to the Leadville 100 mile race and a 48-hour treadmill run! David talks about what inspired his change—his habits, his thinking, his actions—and the transition to becoming a record-setting endurance athlete.
On today’s episode, I have my friend, Dr. Bryan C. Heiderscheit, PT, PhD. We will be exploring something interesting. One of the many things we’ll be exploring is; Could you improve your running and get rid of your injuries by moving faster without running faster? I know that sounds crazy, but we’ll jump in and find out how that works.