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Podcast for runners, coaches & therapists looking for EVIDENCE based strategies to manage running injury & performance. Recorded LIVE on Sundays at www.facebook.com/runchatlive, then uploaded to iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, etc. Full details at www.runchatlive.com.
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#Ep.35: Gait Analysis with Jess Bruce and Trevor PriorIn this Gait Analysis Special with legendary podiatrist Trevor Prior and run3D founder Dr. Jessica Leitch (Bruce), we discuss the role of Gait Analysis in treating musculoskeletal overuse injuries. How much of what a runner expects from Gait Analysis can actually be delivered? To what extent does ever advancing technology help runners minimise injury and maximise performance?*APOLOGIES as sound quality is not perfect this episode!Jessica Bruce & the Run3D team are one of the exhibitors at the 'RCL International Running Conference' taking place this 30/31st October in Brighton (UK). They will have live treadmill Gait Analysis demo throughout the conference showing their exclusive software system used by clinics across the UK.Conference Tickets for Therapists, Students, Runners & Virtual (live stream & post recording) are available at:  https://RCL2019.eventbrite.com.BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE CHAPTER MARKERS (availability will depend on what app you are listening on.)As with all episodes of RunChatLive, this episode was recorded LIVE on video at www.facebook.com/runchatlive. All episodes are later made available on YouTube and as podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc.For more details, visit https://www.runchatlive.com/* * * * WANT TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST?  * * * * The success of a podcast ultimately boils down to how much Apple advertises it, which is heavily based on ratings & reviews. A huge thanks to those of you who have left ratings and reviews!If you'd like to help us, do please take two minutes to leave a rating & review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes. iPhone users can do it from the app on your phone, android users need to go to iTunes on a laptop/pc. Thanks in advance!Support the show
#Ep.34: 'Running Injury Assessment' with Dr. Derek GriffinIn Ep.34 of Runchatlive, we are honoured to be joined by Dr. Derek Griffin, a hugely important player in the dissemination of evidence based practice.  Dr. Griffin discusses ways in which the assessment of runners has had to evolve in order to encompass developments in our understanding of pain.Along with his expertise in the management of patients with complex chronic pain disorders and a PhD in the subject area, Dr. Griffin is also a highly respected runner with a 2hr 31 finish at this year's London Marathon. When it comes to understanding runners in pain, they don't come much more experienced than this guest.We are also honoured to have Dr Griffin as one of ten speakers at the RCL Running Conference this October 30/31 in Brighton (UK). TICKETS still available:  https://RCL2019.eventbrite.com.BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE CHAPTER MARKERS (availability will depend on what app you are listening on.)As with all episodes of RunChatLive, this episode was recorded LIVE on video at www.facebook.com/runchatlive. All episodes are later made available on YouTube and as podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc.For more details, visit https://www.runchatlive.com/* * * * WANT TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST?  * * * * The success of a podcast ultimately boils down to how much Apple advertises it, which is heavily based on ratings & reviews. A huge thanks to those of you who have left ratings and reviews!If you'd like to help us, do please take two minutes to leave a rating & review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes. iPhone users can do it from the app on your phone, android users need to go to iTunes on a laptop/pc. Thanks in advance!Support the show
#Ep.33: 'Role Of Research In Evidence Based Practice' with Dr. Izzy MooreIf you follow running related research, chances are you are already very aware of the work of our special guest. As a hugely respected researcher of Running Biomechanics & Injury with multiple published papers, we are thrilled to bring you an hour with Dr Moore, who talks with us about the role of research in evidence based practice including:• How research fits into EBP along with Clinical Expertise and Patient Values/Expectations.• How accessible research is to therapists• How to distinguish quality research from poor research• What terms like p-values, effect sizes, blinding, specificity, sensitivity, reliability and validity actually mean!We are also honoured to have Dr Moore as one of ten speakers at the RCL Running Conference this October 30/31 in Brighton (UK). In fact, Dr Moore is the speaker who the other speakers are most excited to meet and hear!TICKETS still available:  https://RCL2019.eventbrite.com.BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE CHAPTER MARKERS (availability will depend on what app you are listening on.)As with all episodes of RunChatLive, this episode was recorded LIVE on video at www.facebook.com/runchatlive. All episodes are later made available on YouTube and as podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc.For more details, visit https://www.runchatlive.com/* * * * WANT TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST?  * * * * The success of a podcast ultimately boils down to how much Apple advertises it, which is heavily based on ratings & reviews. A huge thanks to those of you who have left ratings and reviews!If you'd like to help us, do please take two minutes to leave a rating & review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes. iPhone users can do it from the app on your phone, android users need to go to iTunes on a laptop/pc. Thanks in advance!Support the show
Day 3 of 10-in-10 Challenge

Day 3 of 10-in-10 Challenge

2019-09-0900:11:36

Day 3 of the post-run chats I recorded after each day of my '10-in-10 challenge' whilst on holiday in Greece. Today I am visibly unimpressed as I had to set out at 10.30am and deal with the pretty extreme the heat of Rhodes. I discuss ways to avoid ‘not getting out the door’, why goats are not the same as sheep, night running and cows. I blame the heat…   FANCY A CHALLENGE?The aim of the 10-in-10 challenge is to run 10km a day for up to 10 days. And there’s an incentive…  For each completed day you will earn yourself (or a colleague) a £10 discount off a ticket to the ‘RCL International Running Conference‘ this October 30/31 in Brighton, UK. In other words, complete five days and you’ll get £50 off. Complete all 10 days you’ll get £100 off!IDEAS:• If you’d like the voucher for the RCL Running Conference but are not in condition to do the challenge yourself (see notes below) you can get someone else to do the challenge for you!• If you’re a runner and want to give a friend a voucher for the conference, you can do the challenge for them!RULES:▪️ Proof of the 10km must be posted every day on social media (Facebook, Instagram or Twitter)▪️ You must tag @runchatlive & the hashtag #runchatlive.▪️ For every 10k completed a £10 voucher will be awarded, up to £100▪️ Full details of conference are available at https://RCL2019.eventbrite.comIMPORTANT:Only do this challenge if you are a regular runner. If you’re going for the full 10 days, you should already be comfortably used to running 30-40 miles a week. Runchatlive accepts NO responsibility for injuries incurred during this challenge.Support the show
Day 2 of 10-in-10 Challenge

Day 2 of 10-in-10 Challenge

2019-09-0600:11:56

Day 2 of the post-run chats I recorded after each day of my '10-in-10 challenge' whilst on holiday in Greece. Today I talk about mountain goats, running shoes & achilles issues;  there's also a shout out for people taking on the 10-in-10 challenge and a reminder that you're welcome to split the daily 10k up into smaller sessions, as long as together they show you've run 10k that day! Apologies in advance for the background wind & the drink breaks. There's also a couple of pauses in which I am pointing to my running shoes...  FANCY A CHALLENGE?The aim of the 10-in-10 challenge is to run 10km a day for up to 10 days. And there’s an incentive…  For each completed day you will earn yourself (or a colleague) a £10 discount off a ticket to the ‘RCL International Running Conference‘ this October 30/31 in Brighton, UK. In other words, complete five days and you’ll get £50 off. Complete all 10 days you’ll get £100 off!IDEAS:• If you’d like the voucher for the RCL Running Conference but are not in condition to do the challenge yourself (see notes below) you can get someone else to do the challenge for you!• If you’re a runner and want to give a friend a voucher for the conference, you can do the challenge for them!RULES:▪️ Proof of the 10km must be posted every day on social media (Facebook, Instagram or Twitter)▪️ You must tag @runchatlive & the hashtag #runchatlive.▪️ For every 10k completed a £10 voucher will be awarded, up to £100▪️ Full details of conference are available at https://RCL2019.eventbrite.comIMPORTANT:Only do this challenge if you are a regular runner. If you’re going for the full 10 days, you should already be comfortably used to running 30-40 miles a week. Runchatlive accepts NO responsibility for injuries incurred during this challenge.Support the show
Day 1 of 10-in-10 Challenge

Day 1 of 10-in-10 Challenge

2019-09-0500:12:00

In response to a few requests, I'm uploading the post-run chats I recorded after each day of my '10-in-10 challenge' whilst on holiday in Greece, as audio podcasts. I'm touched to hear that my ramblings were of interest to some of you!I've also made the '10-in-10 challenge' described in the audio open once again to anyone who wishes to participate, whether the motive be to simply test yourself OR get a discount code (up to £100) for the 'RCL International Running Conference' this October 30/31 in Brighton (UK). Full details are below.FANCY A CHALLENGE?The aim of the 10-in-10 challenge is to run 10km a day for up to 10 days. And there’s an incentive…  For each completed day you will earn yourself (or a colleague) a £10 discount off a ticket to the ‘RCL International Running Conference‘ this October 30/31 in Brighton, UK. In other words, complete five days and you’ll get £50 off. Complete all 10 days you’ll get £100 off!IDEAS:• If you’d like the voucher for the RCL Running Conference but are not in condition to do the challenge yourself (see notes below) you can get someone else to do the challenge for you!• If you’re a runner and want to give a friend a voucher for the conference, you can do the challenge for them!RULES:▪️ Proof of the 10km must be posted every day on social media (Facebook, Instagram or Twitter)▪️ You must tag @runchatlive & the hashtag #runchatlive.▪️ For every 10k completed a £10 voucher will be awarded, up to £100▪️ Full details of conference are available at https://RCL2019.eventbrite.comIMPORTANT:Only do this challenge if you are a regular runner. If you’re going for the full 10 days, you should already be comfortably used to running 30-40 miles a week. Runchatlive accepts NO responsibility for injuries incurred during this challenge.Support the show
Special guest Nils Oudhuis, creator of awesome education website TrustMe-Ed and Facebook Group Trust me, I'm a Physiotherapist talks to us about his experiences training to become a Physiotherapist, and how the obstacles he discovered caused him to set up his Facebook Group and eventually the website.The conversation focuses on the variety of CPD (Continued Professional Development) choices out there and to what extent the content they deliver to Physiotherapists & other health care professionals actually help in delivering a better service to runners suffering from injury & pain. We also take a look at misconceptions surrounding the topic of 'posture' and discuss how clearing up certain yths can be a good way to start becoming a more evidence based practitioner.As with all episodes of RunChatLive, this episode was recorded LIVE 1.30pm GMT at www.facebook.com/runchatlive. All episodes are available as audio podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc. FANCY HELPING US?• The success of a podcast ultimately boils down to how much Apple advertises it, which is directly affected by its ratings & reviews.• PLEASE help us grow by leaving a rating & review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes. iPhone users can do it from the app on your phone, android users need to go to iTunes on a laptop/pc. Thanks in advance!RCL INTERNATIONAL RUNNING CONFERENCE 2019Tickets are still available for this year's RCL International Running Conference (October 30/31 in Brighton, UK): https://RCL2019.eventbrite.com. For more details, visit https://www.runchatlive.com/Support the show
"Finding The Right Therapist" - with Mike James (a.k.a. The Endurance Physio) and Malcolm Sloan (founder of Sports Injury Fix). The frustration of running injury is often doubled by seeing your hard earned dosh💰disappearing on therapy sessions. Finding a therapist who CAN help you is sadly not as easy as it sounds... and we all know treatment & advice can vary considerably depending on who you see. Fortunately, our TWO speakers are at hand to try and help make that a thing of the past!In this episode, we see the return of Mike James (a.k.a. The Endurance Physio), this time joined by Malcolm Sloan, founder of Sports Injury Fix. Many therapists all over the UK use www.sportsinjuryfix.com as both a directory for listing their services AND a software system for taking bookings in clinic. Runners (and indeed anyone) are also able to use the website as a way of locating therapists local to their area with the desired set of skills for the particular issue they are having.  Runners, this episode highlights what YOU can do to successfully find a therapist who will get you back on track a.s.a.p. with minimum expenditure, and without seeing the same issue return within weeks. Therapists, we discuss what YOU can do to help your services get discovered by runners and stand out from the non-evidence based crowd. As always, this episode was recorded LIVE at www.facebook.com/runchatlive on a Sunday (time varies depending on location of guest/s). Episodes are later uploaded to YouTube and as audio podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc. Both formats can also be found on website https://www.runchatlive.com/THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! The success of a podcast ultimately boils down to how much Apple advertises it, which is heavily based on ratings & reviews. A huge thanks to those of you who have left ratings and reviews!FANCY HELPING US?Help us grow by leaving a rating & review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes. iPhone users can do it from the app on your phone, android users need to go to iTunes on a laptop/pc. Thanks in advance!RUNNING CONFERENCETickets are still available for this year's RCL International Running Conference (October 30/31 in Brighton, UK). Go to:  https://RCL2019.eventbrite.com.Support the show
Jeff Gaudette, founder & head coach at Runners Connect, talks to us about how to train seriously for the 5k distance, something that a lot of runners fail to do either by choice (attracted more by the lights of a half or full marathon) or by making common mistakes. As a writer for the website I am obviously biased but if you have not done so already I seriosuly recommend you head over to www.runnersconnect.net and check out their coaching packages.Jeff Gaudette has competed all over the world and recorded Olympic Trials qualifying times in the marathon and 10,000 meters. He began coaching in 2005 while a member of the Hansons-Brooks professional team. With a 13:59 PB over 5k and 2:22 at marathon, he founded 'RunnersConnect' in 2011 with the goal of helping runners find real, research-based answers to questions about their training and avoiding the latest fads.As with all episodes of RunChatLive, this episode was recorded LIVE on Sunday at www.facebook.com/runchatlive. All recordings are also available as audio podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc. For more details, visit https://www.runchatlive.FANCY HELPING US?• The success of a podcast ultimately boils down to how much Apple advertises it, which is directly affected by its ratings & reviews. Runchatlive had over 2500 downloads last week, but has very few ratings! • PLEASE help us grow by leaving a rating & review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes. iPhone users can do it from the app on your phone, android users need to go to iTunes on a laptop/pc. Thanks in advance!Tickets are still available for this year's RCL International Running Conference (October 30/31 in Brighton, UK). Go to:  https://RCL2019.eventbrite.com.As with all episodes of RunChatLive, this episode was recorded LIVE 1.30pm GMT at www.facebook.com/runchatlive. All episodes are available as audio podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc. For more details, visit https://www.runchatlive.com/Support the show
In this 'Brighton Beard Company Special', we take some time away from running injury & performance to chat with Lloyd Kite, co-founder of our lovely sponsors 'The Brighton Beard Company '.We should WARN you that to enjoy this episode you will therefore need to fit into one of the following categories:• Have a beard / moustache• Want a beard / moustache• Be interested in beards / moustachesLloyd tells us about how the company started, from its beginnings in the kitchen of his partner's parents' house to what is today a 3000 square meter enterprise with offices upstairs & manufacturing downstairs. We hear of the development of the oils, balms, shampoo bars and brushes, as well as reason for the recent redesign this January past. We hear some great about advice for anyone looking to grow a beard or who's struggling with getting past the first month or two, and we take look at beards throughout history, from prehistoric man through to pharaohs with false beards, Alexander The Great ordering his men to be clean shaven so that the enemy could not grab hold of their beards, plus the origins of World Beard Day (first Saturday of September). We also take a moment to reflect on why the resurgence of beards in 2013 has not yet faded away, drawing some interesting parallels with the fact that in these modern times there has been a welcomed shift in the ability of men to no longer be embarrassed about talking about grooming products, smelling good and feeling confident. We are all too familiar with the tragic consequences that can occur when men feel unable to talk about their emotions.We had a great time chatting with Lloyd and hope you enjoy listening back to our ramblings. Remember there is a 15% DISCOUNT on all products at www.thebrightonbeardcompany.co.uk when you use the code 'RCL15' at checkout.For the clean shaven of you who felt alienated by this special episode, fear not as we'll be back to normal in pursuing Sundays. As always, you can join us LIVE by heading at the right time (see adverts on social media) to our Facebook page www.facebook.com/runchatlive. All episodes are later made available on YouTube and as audio podcasts on Acast, Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc. Full details of up & coming episodes are available at https://www.runchatlive.com/.Support the show
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Veronica Kimble

awesome information that is practical and understandable for the lay person.

Oct 2nd
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