Now, I’m not suggesting that if you put on a pair of traditional running shoes, your IQ will go down, you won’t get into the college of your choice, or you won’t be able to fill out a tax form or a crossword puzzle. But, I’m going to talk about two other kinds of stupidity. And when I talk about traditional running shoes, traditional is sort of a funny word to use because what most people think of as a running shoe, thick, padded, motion control, arch support, elevated heel, things like that. Frankly, that’s actually not traditional.
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.
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.
Could running on a treadmill be bad for you? Well, you’re going to find out that and much, much more with my special guest Jeff Veron; founder of the True Form Treadmill, on today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement, the podcast for people who want to know the truth about how to have a well happy, healthy body, by getting rid of the mythology, the propaganda.
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.