RunBuzz Running Podcast

RunBuzz Running Podcast

The RunBuzz Running Podcast is for runners of all experience levels. It is hosted by RRCA and …... Show More

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In this episode, we listen in on my run coaching call with Carrie Poss. Carrie is a PaceBuilders client who is helping me with a public case study in which we follow her running journey and training from a new runner to half marathoner. 

In this call, we talk about what she has accomplished the past few weeks, how she developed and beat heel and arch pain thought to be plantar fasciitis, and how her mindset shifted ... Read more

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Do you want to learn how to run in the cold? If so, listen in as Coach Shawn Musgrove and I, dig into cold weather running and what it takes to run comfortably in the cold. We share our tips on how to dress, how to stay safe and we share our favorite running tips that will keep you warm this Winter. All this an more, on today's show. 

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In this episode of the RunBuzz Running Podcast, I discuss muscle cramps and how to prevent them from occurring during runs and races. All this and more, on today's show.

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In this episode, I introduce a brand new runner case study I am doing with new runner Carrie Poss. Carrie is an elementary school teacher from Georgia who is currently training for her first half marathon.

We get to know Carrie's background, her running goals, her strengths and weaknesses and we look at next steps to help her reach her goals. Over the next six months, you can listen in as I coach Carrie in a very publ... Read more

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In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, I speak with Duane Scotti, a physical therapist and owner of Spark Physical Therapy. We dig into the topic of Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) more commonly known as IT Band Syndrome. Duane is an expert on the topic having done his PhD dissertation on IT Band related injuries among runners and other athletes.

IT Band Syndrome is one of the most common running injuries and can be quit... Read more

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In this episode, we dig into the topic of shin splints. Shin splints are fairly common among new runners, or experienced runners who suddenly increase their distance or training intensity. We discuss what shin splints are, what are the symptoms of shin splints, what causes them and how to get rid of them and keep them from coming back. All this and more!

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In this episode, I speak with Kaitlin Hartley PT, DPT who is an expert on running while pregnant and how to return to running after pregnancy. We talk about prenatal and postpartum running and complications that can occur if your return too quickly. We also talk about Female Athlete Triad Syndrome, what it is and how to best avoid it. This is a must listen if you are pregnant or want to return to running safely after childbirth.... Read more

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In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, I speak with PaceBuilders running coach and registered endurance dietitian, Jill Mongene. Jill walks us through her top 5 fueling and nutrition tips for runners. We discuss the importance of nutrition as well as her mnemonic: C.H.E.A.T which will help you remember today's 5 nutrition tips. We also discuss post-run headaches and how to avoid post-run hunger cravings. All this and more c... Read more

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In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, I speak with RRCA certified running coach Cari Masek. Cari and I talk about her running journey, how she became a coach, her 12 years of experience coaching kid's cross country, speed training and it's impact on her 2019 PR streak plus her recent experience with heat illness after a race that led to her being hospitalized. All this and more on today's show.

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In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, I am joined by registered dietitian, Jill Mongene who is an endurance dietitian and a PaceBuilders running coach. Jill shares her running journey as well as some of her favorite running tips. Jill also shares some great tips and ideas for those who want hydration options when drinking water gets boring. All this an more coming up on the RunBuzz running podcast.

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In this episode of the RunBuzz running podcast, I share how I have overcome my struggle to train consistently by using a simple mindset technique that is not only working on helping me stay consistent with my strength training, but it has helped me make significant progress. Listen in on how you can apply this simple technique to your running as well as other positive lifestyle habits you want to improve.

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In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, I share my tips and best practices for starting your own running club. I talk about club structure, formation, pace groups, marketing, and how to decide if starting a club is right for you. And if you aren't interested in starting your own club, keep listening anyways as I share a behind the scenes look at running clubs in general that can give you some insight when it comes to looking... Read more

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In today's episode, I speak with Darris Blackford. Darris is the race director for the Nationwide Columbus Marathon and Half Marathon. Besides being the race director, Darris is an accomplished runner who has run over 200 marathons, including ultra-races like the Badwater 135 and Burning River. In this episode, we learn about Darris and how he became a race director. And, we talk running races, this year's Columbus marat... Read more

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In this episode, I chat with Alli Felsenthal about the importance of warming up and cooling down, posture and it's importance on running form, post workout fueling and the importance of drinking more water in our everyday life. Plus, Alli shares some of her favorite running tips. 

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In this episode, I speak with Martha Hughes from the Martha Runs The World Podcast. We discuss lessons learned from over 40 years of running, we share fun stories and experiences, her love of trail running, and how she got started with her running podcast.

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In this episode, I share the fundamentals of running and how to get started. I cover what is important, what isn't and I share what you really need to know as a beginner runner. And, if you are not a beginner runner, this episode will help you refocus on what is important and help you get back to the fundamentals. 

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In this episode, I share 5 steps you should take right now to stop running injuries from getting worse. Plus, I share two bonus tips if your injury is related to Achilles pain or Plantar Fasciitis. All this and more coming up on today's show.

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In this episode we talk to Amanda Cooke. In just 9 months, Amanda lost 100 pounds and ran her first half and full marathon. She is now a low-3 hour marathoner and is hoping to break a sub 3 marathon and qualify for the Olympic trials. She shares her running tips and we talk about her running journey.

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In this episode of the RunBuzz Running podcast we speak with super endurance athletes, Scott and Rhys Jenkins. They are two brothers from the UK who run ultra endurance races and ultra marathons to test their limits while at the same time raise money for charities like Operation Smile and CF Warriors.

In this episode, Scott and Rhys share their latest endurance challenges including Rhys's latest entry into the 2019 Ba... Read more

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In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, we speak with two time Olympic athlete and former professional runner, Ryan Hall. We discuss mindset, goal setting and how to run from the heart rather than performance and how that usually leads to better results.

We discuss Ryan's upcoming book, Run The Mile You're In: Finding God in Every Step, and why this book is the advice he would give his 13 year old self if he had t... Read more

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