The None to Run Podcast

Show notes and registration for free "Get Started Running" email series:

This is lesson two of my “Get Started Running” series.

In lesson two I chat with Greg Lehman.

Greg is a Physiotherapist, Chiropractor, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Spine and Exercise Biomechanics Expert. In the clinic, Greg focuses on running injury mechanics, sport injuries, persistent pain problems and post surgical rehabilitation. Greg completed his Master of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Waterloo under the supervision of Dr. Stuart McGill.

In this podcast you will learn:

  • Why strength training is just as important for beginners as it is for elite runners.
  • The types of strength training exercises new runners should be focusing on.
  • Is stretching beneficial and if so, when is the best time to stretch?
  • What you can do to improve your running form (with some specific drills to practice).
  • How to distinguish between "good pain" and "bad pain".
  • The most common injury Greg sees in new runners and best practices to help you avoid injury.
  • Greg's general tips for new runners to help stay motivated and injury free.



Direct download: Interview_with_Greg_Lehman.mp3
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Show notes and registration for free "Get Started Running" email series:

This is lesson one of my "Get Started Running" series.

In lesson one I chat with Jay Dicharry.

Originally from New Orleans LA, Jay completed the Masters of Physical Therapy degree at Louisiana State University Medical Center and is a Board- Certified Sports Clinical Specialist. Jay built his international reputation as an expert in biomechanical analysis as Director of the SPEED Clinic at the University of Virginia.

Jay is the author of “Anatomy for Runners”, writes columns for numerous magazines, and has published over a dozen professional journal articles. Jay is also a certified coach through the United States Track and Field Association.

I have a huge respect for Jay Dicharry and  would recommend his book, "Anatomy for Runners" to both beginner and experienced runners. 

In this podcast you will learn:

  • What to look for when buying running shoes.
  • How to prepare your body to start a regular running routine.
  • 3 simple test to help you determine if your body is ready to run.
  • Strategies to stay motivated with your running.
  • Considerations for running when overweight.
  • And much more.
Direct download: Podast_17_with_Jay_Dicharry.mp3
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