The Run Smarter Series

The Run Smarter Podcast

131 episodes

Expand your running knowledge, identify running misconceptions and become a faster, healthier, SMARTER runner. Let Brodie Sharpe become your new running guide as he teaches you powerful injury insights from his many years as a physiotherapist while also interviewing the best running gurus in the world. This is ideal for injured runners & runners looking for injury prevention and elevated performance. So, take full advantage by starting at season 1 where Brodie teaches you THE TOP PRINCIPLES TO OVERCOME ANY RUNNING INJURY and let’s begin your run smarter journey. Brodie Sharpe 2020
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Brodie reviews his favourite research paper titled:

Is combining gait retraining or an exercise programme with education better than education alone in treating runners with patellofemoral pain?A randomised clinical trial.

This paper was published in 2017 and lead by researcher JF Esculier who appeared on episode 52 of the podcast titled "Is there a right & wrong running shoe?"

This paper analysed 69 runners with PFP and randomly placed them into 3 intervention groups:

  1. Education group 
  2. Education + strengthening exercises
  3. Education + gait retraining

Which group had the superior outcomes? Have a listen to find out. 

Click here for a FREE 20 min Injury chat to discuss your current injury & see if online physio is right for you

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

Interested in the Run Smarter Course? Sign up to either the injury preventioninjury rehabilitation or running performance course with coupon code 'PODCAST' to receive a 3-day free trial.

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

15th Apr 2021
20 minutes

Today Brodie is interviewed by PT Alyssa Kuhn about all things Osteoarthritis & running. We start with highlighting some common misconceptions around the cause, prognosis and development of Osteoarthritis.

A lot of runners are told that OA is due to wear & tear of your joints and eventually the cartilage in your joints will pass their expiry date and lead to pain, stiffness, disability and eventually needing replacement. This is far from the truth!

Brodie covers the fact that joint cartilage is not static with an expiry date and in fact reality is quite the opposite. Even pain and scan results are often misleading. Other key points we cover are:

  • Can we still run with knee OA?
  • How do we know if we are ready to run if pain exists?
  • What contributes to pain sensitivity?
  • Are run/walk programs effective?

Click here to visit keeptheadventurealive.com

or follow Alyssa on YouTube & Instagram

Click here for a FREE 20 min Injury chat to discuss your current injury & see if online physio is right for you

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

Interested in the Run Smarter Course? Sign up to either the injury preventioninjury rehabilitation or running performance course with coupon code 'PODCAST' to receive a 3-day free trial.

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

11th Apr 2021
59 minutes

Today, Brodie performs his first Q&A LIVE within the Patron FB group. Here are the questions we will be examining:

  1. How long should I take to recovery following a marathon before I can start training for my next race?
  2. What can I do for an MCL ligament injury in my knee and what are some good strengthening exercises to help?
  3. I had to take time off my race preparation due to injury, now returning back to my running program I am in the taper phase. Should I continue following the taper phase?
  4. Brodie, what do you think about children running and pushing them too hard? I look at some parents & think they are taking it too far. 

Click here for a FREE 20 min Injury chat to discuss your current injury & see if online physio is right for you

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

Interested in the Run Smarter Course? Sign up to either the injury preventioninjury rehabilitation or running performance course with coupon code 'PODCAST' to receive a 3-day free trial.

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

8th Apr 2021
29 minutes

Dr. Nick Fuller is the program leader at the University of Sydney working to identify & develop a long-term cost-effective treatment for obesity & related physical/mental health disorders.

Nick has developed the 'Interval weight loss program' which has been shown clinically to be the most superior long-term weight loss strategy. 

We start by addressing some common myths and misconceptions with traditional weight loss diets. We then define the interval weight loss program, why it is so effective and what the evidence shows compared to other diets. 

Dr. Fuller has 6 key components of healthy living within this program. He discusses all these in detail:

  1. Can't fight evolution
  2. Nature First
  3. Full Rainbow
  4. Use Chopsticks
  5. Choose to Move
  6. No blue light after twilight

Lastly, we answer your patron questions around age differences & diet, intermittent fasting approaches and whether the focus should be around 'living healthy' rather than 'weight loss'.

Head to https://www.intervalweightloss.com.au/ to learn more or follow their twitter, facebook, instagram & YouTube

Click here for a FREE 20 min Injury chat to discuss your current injury & see if online physio is right for you

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

Interested in the Run Smarter Course? Sign up to either the injury prevention, injury rehabilitation or running performance course with coupon code 'PODCAST' to receive a 3-day free trial.

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

4th Apr 2021
1 hour

Running Physical Therapist and Running Coach Dr. Duane Scotti joins Brodie on this episode to discuss the 3 types of running that we should all implement into our weekly routine.

We dissect 1. Conversational-pace running 2. Tempo runs 3. Intervals to uncover:

  • What is the definition of each type of run?
  • What are the physiological benefits?
  • How do we know we are hitting the right intensity?
  • What percentage of my runs should be within this specific type?

We unpack all of this info to help you transform into a better, healthier, stronger, smarter runner, to bring variety into your running routine and to avoid the common 'grey zone' a lot of runner fall into. 

You can visit Duane's website at Spark Your Training

Be sure to follow Duane on instagram and join his facebook group. Also check out the healthy runner podcast

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

1st Apr 2021
53 minutes

On this episode of the Run Smarter Podcast, Brodie interviews running coach Nathan Fenton. Nathan uses running power as his primary metric for running program design and assessment.

We explore how to measure 'running power' data and what devices you need. Nathan explains the difference between running power compared to heart rate and pace, along with ways do perform 'threshold testing' to determine your own power zones.

We also answer your patron questions including:

  • What other metrics can we use (leg stiffness, step length, flight time, contact time)?
  • What power devices are available & what is the most accurate?
  • How can we transition from heart rate training to power training?

Lastly, Nathan explains the common mistakes runners make when trying to use power training without the proper guidance and where to find the balance between following the data and listening to the body. 

To contact Nathan Fenton click on the links to his website, instagram and facebook

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

29th Mar 2021
52 minutes

Triathlon Taren joins Brodie today to discuss how to get involved in the sport of triathlons. Taren owns a business, youtube channel, podcast and various other platforms all about helping the recreational athlete start and thrive in triathlons.

We start by addressing some triathlon objections. Comments like 'I cannot swim' or 'bikes are too expensive' are common amongst runners. Also, Taren highlights the key to body composition and training composition that you might find surprising.

We also answer some patron questions around brick training sessions and whether we can enter the sport of triathlons while still keeping our favourite activity of running prominent in our weekly routine.

Lastly, Taren details the differences between road running and triathlon running to help efficiency and avoid running on fatigued legs. 

Click on the links to find Taren's podcast, website, youtube and instagram

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

25th Mar 2021
1 hour

Today Brodie refreshes the concept of load vs capacity. Load is 'the amount of physical load placed on the body' verses Capacity which is 'the bodies ability to handle load'. 

This concept helps runners understand WHY they get injuries instead of believing unhelpful misconceptions such as flat feet and leg length discrepancy.

It all boils down to one statement: “The body will adapt to the load we place upon it, so long as the application of the load doesn’t exceed the capacity of the body to adapt”. 

After listening to this episode, self-reflect on your past injuries, rehabilitation and training philosophy. We can then go one step further and look ahead to the future and apply this concept to future training decisions. 

Click here for Kevin Maggs 'Load vs Capacity' youtube video

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

22nd Mar 2021
17 minutes

Should we be training with a lot of variety (different speeds, shoes, cross training, strength training)? Or should we get really good at running on one surface, in the same shoes & not deviate?

Brodie dives into the pros and cons of both strategies so you can self-reflect & come up with your own decision.

To finish off, Brodie fires away 6 questions you should ask yourself:

  1. What type of runner do you want to be?

  2. What has your injury history been like in the past?

  3. Do you enjoy variety?

  4. Are you spreading yourself too thin?

  5. Should I be upping my specificity close to race time?

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

18th Mar 2021
27 minutes

On this episode Brodie discusses the confusion runners often make during an injury flare-up. Runners often misinterpret weakness when it fact, it could be just an increase in structure sensitivity.

When progressing a return-to-running program and executing your rehab exercises, it's not uncommon for a hiccup and mild flare-up to occur. This is often followed with pain & irritation when attempting activity that was once well managed. 

This can be interpreted as weakness and without recognising the difference, runners often go through high amount of frustration, anger & confusion.

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

15th Mar 2021
23 minutes

Belinda Beck is a Professor in the school of allied health services at Griffith University. She has been involved in bone health research for 20 years and published over 100 research papers.

Today, we discuss stress fractures and bone health. We start with the adolescent population and why diet, bone loading & peak bone mass is so important in this population.

Secondly, Belinda dives into symptoms, risks, causes and treatment of stress fractures.

Lastly, we talk about the masters runner and aging populations. What is the best approach for the treatment and management of bone conditions such as osteoporosis?

Click here to head to the bone clinic website

You can also find the bone clinic on facebook

Also follow Belinda Beck on Twitter

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

11th Mar 2021
59 minutes

Rebecca Rushton graduated from Podiatry in 1993 and has since developed a key interest in blister management & prevention. We dive straight into the common misconceptions around blisters and how the definition of 'friction' can be very misleading.

We uncover why blisters occur from an anatomy stand-point and if some runners are more susceptible than others. Once knowing what actually causes blisters, Rebecca delves into her top treatment tips and answers your patron questions, including:

  • What can we do to prevent blisters during wet conditions?
  • What is the best way to treat/prevent blisters between toes?
  • What should we do for blisters mid-event?

Check out Rebecca's blister prevention website at https://www.blister-prevention.com/ 

Also check out the blister prevention youtube channel

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

8th Mar 2021
49 minutes

We kick off our final success story with Danny Symington who managed to overcome 9 months of shin splints. Danny is an avid listener of the podcast and applied the podcast lessons to build up his running mileage.

We talk through his journey when symptoms first arose, the mistakes he made, the successful plan and his steps moving forward. 

During these success story segments, Brodie interviews a runner who has managed to overcome a running related injury after much hardship and frustration.

When injured, it is easy to find social media posts & stories from other injured runners which are discouraging and worrying. Tales of chronic pain, debilitating symptoms and failed treatment techniques often manifest anxiety and thoughts of the worst outcome.

However, this is only a small fraction of runners and a skewed bias around the injured population. So, this segment aims to bring hope and optimism, while sharing treatment success. 

Here is the link to episode Talking Shin Splints with Dr Duane Scott‪i‬

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

4th Mar 2021
49 minutes

Today we have a Q&A episode where Brodie answer 5 question from the Run Smarter FB group and the Patron group. Here is what we will cover:

  1. If we are trying to ramp up mileage extremely quickly for a race without getting injured, how can we successfully do so?
  2. I’ve heard runners get black toes. What is it, how is it prevented and how to treat if you get one or more?
  3. How to keep your runs focused when not working toward a specific event/race?
  4. Stability work for runners, particularly trail running would be awesome- how important it is, and how can we put it into practice?
  5. Is water running a good substitute for land running when you are injured? Does it have any strength benefits? Is it a worthwhile exercise?

What does Brodie think of all these questions? Have a listen to find out!

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

1st Mar 2021
30 minutes

During these success story segments, Brodie interviews a runner who has managed to overcome a running related injury after much hardship and frustration.

Kara Haas has faced 15 years of Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy. Once running at a very high level and competing at the Olympic trials, Kara's PHT started to get out of control.

We dive into Kara's story and her attempts to resolve her pain including PRP, tendon procedures, strengthening and finally surgery. Hear how Kara managed to defy the odds and return to pain free running!

When injured, it is easy to find social media posts & stories from other injured runners which are discouraging and worrying. Tales of chronic pain, debilitating symptoms and failed treatment techniques often manifest anxiety and thoughts of the worst outcome.

However, this is only a small fraction of runners and a skewed bias around the injured population. So, this segment aims to bring hope and optimism, while sharing treatment success. 

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

25th Feb 2021
42 minutes

Brodie dives into the science of sprained ankles, including assessment, treatment & prevention. Sprained ankles may not be a common running-related injury, but can be very common outside of recreational running and leaves athletes confused when they can start being active.

We first discuss the Ottawa ankle rules for ruling out a fracture. Then once ruled out the evidence behind rest, ice, compression & elevation vs an accelerated functional strengthening protocol.

Brodie share's his on clinic experience with treating ankle sprains including early management, strengthening and prevention strategies.

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

22nd Feb 2021
37 minutes

On today's success story we have Mark Mulray who was battling Plantar Fasciitis for several months before finding what worked and what didn't work. Mark tried changing shoes, cross-training and had every variation of massage ball and ice bottle under his desk at work.

Mark Mulray shares his treatment process that allowed him to not only kick his plantar fasciitis, but go on to finish an ironman and 100 mile races. 

During these success story segments, Brodie interviews a runner who has managed to overcome a running related injury after much hardship and frustration.

When injured, it is easy to find social media posts & stories from other injured runners which are discouraging and worrying. Tales of chronic pain, debilitating symptoms and failed treatment techniques often manifest anxiety and thoughts of the worst outcome.

However, this is only a small fraction of runners and a skewed bias around the injured population. So, this segment aims to bring hope and optimism, while sharing treatment success. 

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

18th Feb 2021
48 minutes

Today we have wellness entrepreneur, biohacker & host of the Optimal Performance podcast Sean McCormick.

We all know that sleep is the #1 tool to help you recover, perform at high levels and rebuild from a hard workout. But, a lot of runners find it hard to sleep, unwind & detach from the stressors of the day.

This is why I have brought on Sean who is going to introduce ways you can enhance your rest and recovery through methods like float tank sessions, mindfulness strategies & sleep bio-hacking insights. 

Sean delves into the typical experience of a float session and why you shouldn't feel intimidated to dip your toes in the water. He explains why its not just for experienced meditation gurus and provides helpful tactics during your first float.

We then finish our conversation with ways you can bio-hack your way to a better sleep including the use of weighted blankets & blue-light blocking sunglasses.

Find Sean's Podcast by searching: Optimal Performance Podcast

Click here for Sean's Website & Instagram

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

14th Feb 2021
1 hour

Stress fractures are a runners worst nightmare. They are often mis-diagnosed in the early days and when correctly identified, result in several weeks of inactivity which will drive a runner insane!

Today Brodie interviews Ainslie who has faced several stress fractures throughout her running career. At the age of 14, Ainslie experienced her first major injury having fractured her hip bone and tearing her hip labrum towards the end of a race. Following that was a foot stress fracture in 2011, 4 more in 2012 and recently, another foot stress fracture in 2020.

We dive into the common symptoms Ainslie went through, how her injury history mentally effected her, and she kindly opens up about her disordered eating and lack of RED-S awareness through her developmental years. 

During these success story segments, Brodie interviews a runner who has managed to overcome a running related injury after much hardship and frustration.

When injured, it is easy to find social media posts & stories from other injured runners which are discouraging and worrying. Tales of chronic pain, debilitating symptoms and failed treatment techniques often manifest anxiety and thoughts of the worst outcome.

However, this is only a small fraction of runners and a skewed bias around the injured population. So, this segment aims to bring hope and optimism, while sharing treatment success. 

To learn more about RED-S you can head to my previous podcast episode titled: The hidden dangers of RED-S with Isobel Ross

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

11th Feb 2021
39 minutes

Andrew & Michael are the hosts of the Endurance Innovation podcast. With thermal engineer backgrounds and a passion in endurance performance, the boys deliver a unique insight into thermo-regulation, heat transfer & optimal performance in all conditions.

We start with running in sub-freezing temperatures and how smart decisions towards clothing, sweat and layering can help you thrive. 

Secondly, I wanted to ask Andrew & Michael how we can reach optimal performance in fair weather conditions. If you are aiming for a race PB in ideal temperatures, what could be some strategies to control our core body temperature and reach new feats?

Lastly, we talk about hot and humid conditions and ways we can train, prepare and perform prior to race day and during your run.

We also answer your patron questions around heart-rate reliability, RPE importance and the confusion with summer speed vs winter speeds.

Search 'The Endurance Innovation' wherever you find your podcasts

You can also follow 3X training on instagram

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

7th Feb 2021
1 hour

During these success story segments, Brodie interviews a runner who has managed to overcome a running related injury after much hardship and frustration.

When injured, it is easy to find social media posts & stories from other injured runners which are discouraging and worrying. Tales of chronic pain, debilitating symptoms and failed treatment techniques often manifest anxiety and thoughts of the worst outcome.

However, this is only a small fraction of runners and a skewed bias around the injured population. So, this segment aims to bring hope and optimism, while sharing treatment success. 

On this episode, Brodie talks with Caroline Taylor from the UK. Caroline describes the beginning of her long plantar fasciitis journey which all started with a change in daily footwear.

We delve into her increasing symptoms and the endless amount of failed treatment approaches. However, Caroline never gave up hope. It wasn't until 5 years later that a change in her night time routine and footwear alterations changed everything. Within 2 weeks Caroline was 90% better and success continued from there.

Currently, Caroline is happy running a few times a week up to 10k and is symptom free apart from the occasional minor set-back. Here is her story. 

Here is the link to:

Plantar Fasciitis 1: Causes, diagnosis & characteristics

Plantar Fasciitis 2: Rehabilitation & Prevention

ALSO: If you are from the UK and suffering from PF & other lower limb conditions, the team at Shoe Insoles would love to help you. Visit their website and see what product are available: https://www.shoeinsoles.co.uk/ 

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

4th Feb 2021
42 minutes

On this episode of the Run Smarter Podcast, Brodie ropes in Pat from That's Running podcast and together they unpack the challenging topic of forefoot pain. The forefoot is the section between your toes and the arch of your foot. In fact, Brodie & Pat are both currently managing their own foot pain and share their experiences.

Firstly, Pat talks about the research behind forefoot pain for runners and potential structures that could lead to pain. He describes the common locations of pain and potential diagnoses such as stress fractures, plantar plate injury, morton's neuroma and several other structures.

Brodie & Pat then share each of their own experiences managing forefoot pain and describe the lessons they are learning along the way.

Throughout this interview, you will learn the role of shoes when managing forefoot pain, whether to offload or strengthen the foot & what to do if different structures are impacted.

Lastly, Brodie & Pat each share their 3 tips to help runners manage and prevent forefoot pain.

Click here to find Pat's podcast That's running, you can also follow the podcast on instagram.

If your are interested here is the episode on forefoot pain on That's Running podcast.  

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

1st Feb 2021
57 minutes

During these success story segments, Brodie interviews a runner who has managed to overcome a running related injury after much hardship and frustration.

When injured, it is easy to find social media posts & stories from other injured runners which are discouraging and worrying. Tales of chronic pain, debilitating symptoms and failed treatment techniques often manifest anxiety and thoughts of the worst outcome.

However, this is only a small fraction of runners and a skewed bias around the injured population. So, this segment aims to bring hope and optimism, while sharing treatment success. 

On today's episode, Brodie talks with Todd Charnetski, a passionate runner who developed bilateral proximal hamstring tendinopathy back in 2007 after pushing hard during his half marathon preparation. 

Todd had tried years of different treatments. Icing, massage, stretching, compression, strengthening, medication, PRP, cortisone, tenex and several other remedies. It wasn't until 2018 when a shift in his management started showing drastic improvement. 

Todd is currently 100% better on one side and 95% better on the other and is excited to share his story. 

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

28th Jan 2021
1 hour

On this episode, Brodie summarizes a paper by Hamill & Gruber titled: Is changing footstrike pattern beneficial to runners?

This is a hot topic for a lot of runners, coaches and health professionals alike, and while this paper may not come to a conclusive statement, it does help bring us up-to-date with the current literature. The verdict might surprise you.

Changing from a heel striker to a forefoot striker has been proposed for decades. The arguments for such a change follows several theories including:

  1. Changing to a forefoot strike help running economy.
  2. Changing to a forefoot strike reduces ground reaction forces.
  3. Changing to a forefoot strike lowers your risk of injuries.

This paper read by Brodie systematically covers all of these theories and highlights the available evidence to see if their claims hold true. 

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

25th Jan 2021
40 minutes

We are back for our second installment of question provided by my sister Zoe. Here are the list of questions answered on today's episode:

  • I have injured my hamstring and took time off to recover from, now my leg feels weak and I am in a cycle of exercise followed by injury recovery. What can I do?
  • How do I tell the difference between muscle soreness after a run and injury?
  • Every run I am running to the point of exhaustion because I want to get my best times. Is this okay?
  • What do you recommend to address the boredom during a long run or to distract from negative thoughts that come from a hard run?
  • I want to cross train but my muscle soreness interferes with my running schedule, what should I do?
  • Does running on fatigued muscles lead to injury?

All these questions will be addressed in detail.

Click here to find the Run Smarter App on IOS or Android 

You can also support the podcast for $5AUD per month and interact with the podcast on a deeper level by visiting our patreon page

You can also click here for our smarter runner facebook group

21st Jan 2021
28 minutes
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