The None to Run Podcast (running)

Matt Johnson is a passionate runner, USATF and RRCA certified running coach and the founder of Runner Academy.

Matt’s popular running podcast was recommended to me by my running coach, Greg Strosaker.

I was immediately blown away by the valuable running information provided by Matt and his running expert guests.

I hope you enjoy this interview and if you like it, please leave the podcast a review over on iTunes.

In this podcast we talk about:

  • Matt’s background and how Runner Academy started.
  • How to find the best running shoes.
  • Does running form really matter?
  • Why you should run at a slow pace more.
  • Why everyone should consider hiring a running coach (especially new runners).
  • And much more.
Direct download: Matt_Johnson_Interview_-_Runner_Academy.mp3
Category:running -- posted at: 1:00am EDT


Jay Dicharry is a physiotherapist at Rebound Physical Therapy in Bend, Oregon.

He is a certified coach through both the United States Track and Field Association and the United States Cycling Federation, and a certified Golf Fitness Instructor through the Titleist Performance Institute.

Jay built his international reputation as an expert in biomechanical analysis as Director of the SPEED Clinic at the University of Virginia.

Jay is also the author of "Anatomy for Runners", and writes columns for numerous magazines.

In this interview, Jay and I discuss:

  • Jay's book "Anatomy for Runners".
  • The biggest "problem areas" for runners with regards to injuries.
  • Some of the most common running myths including stretching and cadence.
  • The current state of barefoot / minimalist running.
  • Where the running shoe industry headed.
  • Appropriate shoes for children.
  • Training tips for marathon runners.



Direct download: Jay_Dicharry.mp3
Category:running -- posted at: 9:10am EDT

Let me introduce you to a man who has run more than 300 marathons in over 100 countries and every state in the United States (twice).

He plans to run a marathon in every country in the world that offers one (there are about 120).

His name is John “Maddog” Wallace.

John has been running for more than 30 years.

A former smoker that could only run a mile when he started running (and puked after!) has embarked on a journey that has taken him around the world … in his running shoes.

Direct download: Interview_with_John__Maddog__Wallace.mp3
Category:running -- posted at: 2:33pm EDT