The Run Smarter Series

The Run Smarter Podcast

105 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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This interview Brodie chats with advanced practice physio, sonographer & shockwave specialist Benoy Mathew. Shockwave therapy is a treatment method administered by therapists and Benoy answers all our questions on this treatment option.

Firstly, Benoy helps answer the question of what Shockwave is and what the clinic experience looks like for a patient. 

Secondly, we help decipher the confusion of who will benefit most from shockwave therapy. Benoy explains which running conditions will respond favorably and which conditions will be ineffective. Also, which characteristics create a suitable candidate for shockwave therapy.

Lastly, we answer all your social media questions and delve into specific running conditions such as patellar pain, plantar fasciitis and proximal hamstring tendinopathy.

Click here to find Benoy Mathew on Twitter

For Benoy's online shockwave course head to https://study.physiotutors.com/course/running-rehab/ 

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 Jan 2021
40 minutes

This interview Brodie chats with advanced practice physio, sonographer & shockwave specialist Benoy Mathew. Shockwave therapy is a treatment method administered by therapists and Benoy answers all our questions on this treatment option.

Firstly, Benoy helps answer the question of what Shockwave is and what the clinic experience looks like for a patient. 

Secondly, we help decipher the confusion of who will benefit most from shockwave therapy. Benoy explains which running conditions will respond favorably and which conditions will be ineffective. Also, which characteristics create a suitable candidate for shockwave therapy.

Lastly, we answer all your social media questions and delve into specific running conditions such as patellar pain, plantar fasciitis and proximal hamstring tendinopathy.

Click here to find Benoy Mathew on Twitter

For Benoy's online shockwave course head to https://study.physiotutors.com/course/running-rehab/ 

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 Jan 2021
38 minutes

After 12 months and 90k downloads the Run Smarter Podcast is celebrating 100 episodes!!

Brodie reflects on the past year and the milestones surpassed as he shares clips of his favourite moments, including what he has learnt the most and what he looks forward to moving into the future.

Listen in to hear clips from Brodie's first interview, interviews that have pushed him outside his comfort zone, episodes that have changed his thoughts on running and your own voice clips as we all celebrate 100 episodes together.

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 Jan 2021
49 minutes

Starting off the year with something different and light hearted before our 100th episode. I pulled one of my most popular episodes from the Everyday Running Legends podcast.

This episode I had the pleasure of interviewing John Kelly, the 15th person to ever complete the infamous Barley marathon before its 60-hour cut-up time. 

The Barkley Marathons is an ultramarathon trail race held in Frozen Head State Park near Wartburg, Tennessee. The full course is 100 miles (160 km). The race is limited to a 60-hour period.

We dive into John's physical and mental training to prepare for such a grueling feat. We talk about his previous failed attempts and how he turned in all around.  

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

5th Jan 2021
1 hour

We are closing this month, this theme, this year with a bang! 

This month we interviewed Dr. Izzy Smith, Simon Wegerif, Chris Schneider, Shona Halson, Christie Aschwanden, Dr. Carl Foster and Dave Proctor covering all topics on recovery.

Brodie talks about what he has learnt, and his highlights throughout the entire month of recovery.

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

27th Dec 2020
24 minutes

Today we switch gears and interview the ultra athlete Dave Proctor. Dave has held the world record for the longest distance covered on a treadmill in 24 hours (257km) and held the Canadian 24hr, 48hr and 72hr record. 

Dave is also preparing for his second attempt to run across Canada, a total of 7,200km and break the speed record by covering 105km per day for 67 days straight. He does this to push his limits while raising awareness for his foundation 'Outrun Rare'.

I was blessed for this interview as Dave shares his recovery secrets and how experience has shifted his views on recovery. We dive into Dave's sleep strategies, his diet, experience with CBD, use of toe spacers, cold showers, compressive recovery pants and training habits. 

Click here to find Dave's TedTalk, instagram and website

You can also find Dave's podcast Chasing Tomorrow

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

24th Dec 2020
1 hour

Dr. Carl Foster is an Exercise Physiologist in the Department of Exercise & Sports Science. He has published close to 500 clinical papers on clinical physiology including 'Prevention, Diagnosis & Treatment of Over-training syndrome: Joint Consensus Statement'.

Following a quote from Shona Halson 'There's a belief out there that you can't over-train, you can only under-recover', Carl dives into this training trap that slowly morphs into overtraining syndrome.

Dr. Foster also helps highlight the difference between functional & non-functional over-reaching within your running, along with the differences in symptoms. Carl also does an excellent job at explaining the course of treatment and even prevention strategies.

This was an entertaining interview as Dr. Foster's passion on the topic takes us through historic stories and interesting facts all about our current understanding of overtraining syndrome. 

If you would like to reach out to Dr. Carl Foster you can do so at cfoster@uwlax.edu 

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 Dec 2020
1 hour

Christie Aschwanden is an american journalist, science writer and author of Good to Go: How to eat, sleep & rest like a champion. Christie's work has had a huge influence on the momentum of this recovery month theme and today, we focus on Nutrition for optimal recovery. 

After chatting about the book we then draw our attention towards hydration to the recreational runner. How important is hydration and how do we know if we are having too little or too much fluid? We then dive into common nutrition mistakes runners often make, whether it is for recovery, race day preparation or weekly routine.

We then cover a tonne of listener questions, including the relevance of the 30-minute post exercise nutrition window, how effective beer is post run, and should we follow the science claims on recovery supplements. 

You can find Christie's website here and also her twitter instagram and podcast

If you would like to learn more about the Proximal Hamstring 4-week program please click on the link here

You can find Shona's twitter account here 

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

17th Dec 2020
42 minutes

Shona Halson is an Associate Professor in the School of Behavioural & Health Sciences at ACU. She is world renowned in the field of recovery and has worked with countless elite athletes. Today, we talk about Shona's 'recovery pyramid', and highlight where you should be focusing your recovery strategy before moving onto other less effective methods.

We start off with Shona explaining the benefits of sleep & 'downtime', before moving onto the center focus of the interview which revolves around water immersion therapy, compression, active recovery, stretching and massage.

I ask how important cold water therapy is, what the evidence points to, and what would be the appropriate practical implications for a recreational runner. We get specific with the different temperature, duration in the water, whether you should be moving or keep still, and if there is benefit shifting from cold to warm water.

We then shift our attention towards compression for recovery, including leggings, medical grade compression and expensive leg compression devices. 

Lastly, we answer your questions! Including the best active recovery post long run, and whether it's best to completely rest or actively recover following a hard session.

If you would like to learn more about the Proximal Hamstring 4-week program please click on the link here

You can find Shona's twitter account here 

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

 

13th Dec 2020
1 hour

We continue our recovery month with interviewing Chris Schneider. A PhD student in Athlete monitoring & heart rate measures. Chris has contributed to several scientific papers relating to this topic including his leading author contributions in the paper 'Heart rate monitoring in team sports - A conceptual framework for contextualizing heart rate measures for training and recovery prescription'. 

I chat with Chris about the relevance of heart rate for the recreational runner and where the current science sits on its accuracy. 

We then dive into factors that can influence your heart rate and when you should be cautious with interpreting this data to make smarter training decisions. 

Finally, Chris shares his views on the practical implications of heart rate monitoring for the recreational runner, whether it be during exercise, or during recovery. 

This episode ties in well with our last episode interviewing Simon Wegerif on Heart rate variability and the clinical relevance of its data. 

Click here to find Chris Schneider on Twitter

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5 per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

10th Dec 2020
1 hour

We continue our recovery month theme with interviewing Simon Wegerif. Simon is the founder of ithlete and has website myithlete.com selling heart rate variability (HRV) apps and sensors.

Firstly, Simon explains the measurement of heart rate variability and how the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system are involved. He does an excellent job of explaining this concept to the general public and is extremely knowledgeable with the available research on the topic. 

Simon then explains what will influence your HRV including emotional stress, sickness, physical strain, over-reaching exercise and different foods. Most importantly, we turn our attention to HRV and recovery! Including practical ways you can analyse and interpret HRV to make smarter training decisions. 

This episode will tie in really well with our next conversation with Dr. Chris Schneider next episode to talk about heart rate and recovery!

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5 per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

7th Dec 2020
1 hour

May I introduce the first guest to our recovery month! Dr. Izzy Smith is a specialist in hormone health and today we focus on all things hormones, stress & recovery.

Firstly, Izzy talks about the concept of 'over-training vs under-recovering' and why a recreational runner needs to be mindful of this.

We then move onto the role of certain hormones that hinder and enhance our ability to recover. Particularly nor-adrenaline & cortisol, these are typically classed as 'stress hormones' and the body will not enter the rest & recovery phase if circulating high amounts of these.

We all know the body will struggle to recover if subject to large amounts of physical stress, but Dr. Izzy Smith highlights the role of emotional & psychological stress as equally important states. We simple cannot recover to the same ability if subject to these psychological stressors. 

We finish off today's episode with some listener Q&As around magnesium supplements, Vitamin D supplements and anti-inflammatory medications for recovery. 

You can find Izzy's Podcast Behind the uniform here

Also click the link for Izzy's instagram

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5 per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

3rd Dec 2020
57 minutes

Today is episode #1 of our Recovery Month theme! We kick off the month by recapping on relatable past episodes. Rather than send you back to refresh your knowledge, Brodie thought it would be a better idea to do the hard work for you. So, we summarize the key points from these episode:

  • Episode #7: Stress less: The hidden dangers that reduced your capacity to adapt.
  • Episode #18: Sleep & cortisol in running injuries
  • Episode #28: Sleep science for runners with Dr Amy Bender
  • Episode #59 Q&A: Warm-up, Stretching & recovery tips
  • Episode #79 The good & Bad of Massage therapy with Alice Sanvito

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5 per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

30th Nov 2020
29 minutes

Following our last interview with Jaclyn, we continue to learn from personal rehab stories. This episode, Brodie interviews Michelle who has suffered from proximal hamstring tendinopathy for over over 12 months. 

An avid distance runner for the past 10 years, Michelle received a lot of physical and mental benefits from running until her marathon progress was brought to a holt!

Michelle has an open conversation about her hamstring pain and the detrimental effects it had on both physical and emotional state. She details how her day-to-day activities became more restrictive and what finally caused her rehab to turn a corner.  

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

26th Nov 2020
42 minutes

On today's episode Jaclyn opens up about her experience with chronic knee pain. After her initial knee pain during marathon training 5 years earlier, Jaclyn found her symptoms gradually spin out of control. 

Jaclyn describes her experiences as her symptoms intensify, to the point of constant fear and anxiety whenever she had to move or even see other people walking!

We dive into the impact thoughts and beliefs have towards chronic pain and how Jaclyn worked her way out of this spiral. She gave herself permission to heal and has started her running journey again feeling liberated and empowered. Listen to her entire story on today's episode.

You can find Jaclyn's podcast by searching 'Actually, You are a real runner'.

Click on the link to find Jaclyn's instagram

Or e-mail Jaclyn at coachjaclyn@jaclynricchio.com  

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

22nd Nov 2020
49 minutes

Dr. Kieran O'Sullivan is a Physiotherapist, Clinician, Researcher and Lecturer at the University of Limerick. His research interests are pain & injury with low back pain specifically. 

This episode helps debunk a lot of unhelpful myths that plague back pain sufferers. Most of the template from today's discussion comes from the research paper Back to Basics: 10 facts every person should know about back pain

Firstly, we dive into the myth that low back pain is caused by 'weak core muscles'. Brodie shares his experience at university and how this myth was created. Dr O'Sullivan dives into the helpful understanding around general strength without necessarily focusing on isolated 'core activation'.

Next we investigate the myth around poor posture. A lot of people will hear lifting is bad for your back and slouching with cause strain, but Kieran highlights the importance of being comfortable when sitting and building up levels of tolerance for lifting anyway you feel necessary.

Our last topics revolve around running with pain, effective treatment, unhelpful treatment and passive 'hands-on' methods. This is an eye opener from a lot of people and hopefully an empowering discussion.

You can find Dr. Kieran O'Sullivan on Twitter here.

As referenced, you can listen to the Empowered Beyond Pain podcast here.

For more information and an insightful quiz head to www.lowbackpaincommunication.com/quiz 

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

19th Nov 2020
1 hour

Throughout this new weekly series, Brodie talks about his personal experiences with particular injuries and shares the lessons he has learnt along the way, so you will gain insight into injury management & prevention.

Today, Brodie talks about his experience with Plantar Fasciitis. This is an extremely common condition in runners and non-runners alike. The podcast has covered plantar fasciiitis in past episodes but Brodie provides a personal account to help you further understand or overcome this nasty pain.

Firstly, Brodie talks about the gradual onset of this condition, and the importance of body awareness.

Next, we get practical! Brodie talks about the different shoes and inserts that has helped him overcome plantar fasciitis.

Lastly, we discuss the importance of having a consistent re-assessment test to evaluate rehabilitation effectiveness. This is an insightful lesson that applies to all running-related injuries.

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

15th Nov 2020
29 minutes

Trang Nguyen is a Physiotherapist, Strength & Conditioning coach and host of the Athlete's Garage podcast. Trang has a particular interest working with endurance athletes at the end-stage of rehab.

So today, we dive into ways you can implement or tweak your S&C sessions for optimization. Firstly, we discuss what a typical gym week would look like for a recreational runner, including frequency, intensity and exercise examples.

Second, Trang focuses in on exercise dosages. Including sets, reps and the concept of periodization when preparing for a marathon.

Next, we dive into what a runner should be 'feeling' during a particular set. This covers muscle activation, levels of muscle 'fatigue' and the answer might surprise you.

Lastly, we answer a listener question around the best 'minimalism home S&C kit' and end with Trang's final 3 tips to optimize your S&C sessions.

Here is the article referenced in the podcast: Muscle damage and muscle remodeling: No pain, Go gain?

You can also find Trang at The Athlete's garage podcast, or you can click here to find her instagram

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

12th Nov 2020
1 hour

Throughout this new weekly series, Brodie talks about his personal experiences with particular injuries and shares the lessons he has learnt along the way, so you will gain insight into injury management & prevention.

This episode Brodie talks about his battle with patellofemoral pain. Firstly, we explore that runners simply cannot hide behind double leg strength work such as squats, deadlifts and double leg jumping. Double leg exercises will consciously or unconsciously compensate for any weak links you may have.

Next, Brodie shares his experiences with cross-training, along with the current evidence around patellofemoral pain management.

Lastly, Brodie shares his tips on how to tackle this condition head on with proactive strengthening exercises.

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

8th Nov 2020
32 minutes

Megan Flanagan is a former collegiate runner who has a bachelor in nutrition, background in psychology, a personal trainer, running coach, ultra and trail runner and the host of Strong Runner Chicks podcast.

With a special interest in body image, eating disorders, nutrition and self care, I invite Megan onto the podcast to talk about race weight, the unhealthy habits and unhelpful misconceptions surrounding this topic.

Our conversation first focuses on the younger athlete and the issues this population face around body image and the false understanding that 'thinner means faster'. Megan discusses the 'trap' a lot of young runners find themselves in. Initially losing weight might generate results, but striving on the same path leads to detrimental effects.

We then focus our attention on the middle-aged recreational runner, and our current understanding around weight loss, performance & health. 

Megan helps us to understand that weight loss shouldn't be the primary focus, rather, a secondary outcome if the body naturally sees this trend as a healthy direction. 

Be sure to listen to the Strong Runner Chicks 

You can also follow Strong runner chicks on instagram

And follow Megan's personal instagram here

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

5th Nov 2020
36 minutes

Throughout this new weekly series, Brodie talks about his personal experiences with particular injuries and shares the lessons he has learnt along the way, so you will gain insight into injury management & prevention.

This episode Brodie talks about this transition from marathon running into sprint triathlons which resulted in a hamstring tendinopathy.

Brodie highlights the impact of speed on the body and how the accumulation of speed may increase the risk of injury, particularly if combined with compression such as cycling and running uphill.

We then discuss the role of compression and pain when performing rehabilitation exercises. Often runners with tendon pain are anxious to push a tendon into pain and Brodie helps guide correct rehab dosage.

Lastly, we dive into some simple, practical rehabilitation exercises that has helped Brodie along the way and finally overcome his hamstring tendinopathy.

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

1st Nov 2020
27 minutes

Dr. Heather Hausenblas PhD, is a physical activity & healthy aging expert, researcher, and author. She is a co-author of 5 scientific books, and has published over 100 scientific journal articles. 

Today we discuss the fascinating topic of exercise addiction. Here are the topics:

  • The difference between exercise addiction and exercise committed.
  • Typical behaviour and characteristics for someone who is addicted to exercise.
  • The consequences associated with this addiction.
  • The involvement of social media & health devices on the running population.
  • Strategies & measures to help exercise addiction.

To contact Dr Heather for any questions head to: hhausen@ju.edu

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

29th Oct 2020
52 minutes

Throughout this new weekly series, Brodie talks about his personal experiences with particular injuries and shares the lessons he has learnt along the way. You will gain insight into injury management & prevention.

This episode dives into patellar tendinopathy. Here are some of the topics:

  • How does a tendinopathy usually behave?
  • Why we need to address our weak links, rather than just avoiding aggravating factors.
  • The power of isometric strengthening exercises for tendons
  • Why you shouldn't wait until you are pain free before running.

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

25th Oct 2020
25 minutes

Alice Sanvito is a massage therapist trained in trigger point massage, remedial and sports massage. After several years practicing & lecturing the concepts she learnt she began challenging her own beliefs and following the science. Today we cover:

  • Are there benefits to promoting blood circulation, and removing lactic acid?
  • Does massage help with muscle lengthening & knots?
  • What is the mechanism behind trigger point therapy?
  • What traps should runners avoid when injured?
  • When is there a place for a runner to receive massage therapy?

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If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

22nd Oct 2020
1 hour

Throughout this new weekly series, Brodie talks about his personal experiences with particular injuries and shares the lessons he has learnt along the way. You will gain insight into injury management & prevention.

This episodes dives into persistent calf tightness and achilles pain. Here are some of the topics:

  • Is stretching effective for calf & achilles pain?
  • How can running technique help manage and prevent calf strains?
  • How should you manipulate your shoes & terrain to aid recovery?
  • What role does strength training have & at what dosage?

If you would like to support the podcast, participate in Q&As & access bonus material sign up for $5US per month at our patreon page

For Brodie's running blogs, podcast episodes and online courses visit our Run Smarter Website 

To follow the podcast joint the facebook group Becoming a smarter runner

To find Brodie's running information on instagram @runsmarterseries

18th Oct 2020
29 minutes
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