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Dr Kevin Maggs: Load vs Capacity Runchatlive

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Ep.38 of RunChatLive brings you Dr. Kevin Maggs of Running Reform, a highly respected specialist in running injuries and running biomechanics.Director of the USA division of The Running Clinic, Dr. Maggs is dedicated to the clinical diagnosis and management of running injuries. He has worked with many amateur runners as well as the elite athletes in Armed Forces Marathon, professional triathletes at ITU triathlon in DC and travelled for four years to work with the professional triathletes of REV3 triathlon series.In this episode 'Load vs Capacity - Diagnosis & Management of Running Injury', we will see how an understanding of the concept of 'Load vs Capacity' can help make sense of the many factors that runners & clinicians are confronted with in diagnosing, managing and reducing risk of running related injury: biomechanics, orthotics, shoes, psychosocial factors, genetics, diet (REDs), existing pathology, medication, and more.If you have a second, do please consider leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts / iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/runchatlive/id1446286174NEXT EPISODE:Feb 13th Thursday 8pm UK Time :* * * ALEX HUTCHINSON * * * Join us LIVE! ----------------------------------RCL CONFERENCE RECORDINGS & RUNCHATLIVE T-SHIRTSAs mentioned in this episode, video recordings of all the presentations from the RCL International Running Conference 2019 can be purchased at www.runchatlive.com. T-shirts are also available.As with all episodes of RunChatLive, this was recorded LIVE on video at www.facebook.com/runchatlive. All episodes are later made available on YouTube and as podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc.For more details, visit https://www.runchatlive.com/* * * * WANT TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST?  * * * * The success of a podcast ultimately boils down to how much Apple advertises it, which is heavily based on ratings & reviews. A huge thanks to those of you who have left ratings and reviews!If you'd like to help us, do please take two minutes to leave a rating & review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes. iPhone users can do it from the app on your phone, android users need to go to iTunes on a laptop/pc. Thanks in advance! https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/runchatlive/id1446286174Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/runchatlive)

Ep.38 of RunChatLive brings you Dr. Kevin Maggs of Running Reform, a highly respected specialist in running injuries and running biomechanics.Director of the USA division of The Running Clinic, Dr. Maggs is dedicated to the clinical diagnosis and management of running injuries. He has worked with many amateur runners as well as the elite athletes in Armed Forces Marathon, professional triathletes at ITU triathlon in DC and travelled for four years to work with the professional triathletes of REV3 triathlon series.In this episode 'Load vs Capacity - Diagnosis & Management of Running Injury', we will see how an understanding of the concept of 'Load vs Capacity' can help make sense of the many factors that runners & clinicians are confronted with in diagnosing, managing and reducing risk of running related injury: biomechanics, orthotics, shoes, psychosocial factors, genetics, diet (REDs), existing pathology, medication, and more.If you have a second, do please consider leaving us a rating on Apple Podcasts / iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/runchatlive/id1446286174NEXT EPISODE:Feb 13th Thursday 8pm UK Time :* * * ALEX HUTCHINSON * * * Join us LIVE! ----------------------------------RCL CONFERENCE RECORDINGS & RUNCHATLIVE T-SHIRTSAs mentioned in this episode, video recordings of all the presentations from the RCL International Running Conference 2019 can be purchased at www.runchatlive.com. T-shirts are also available.As with all episodes of RunChatLive, this was recorded LIVE on video at www.facebook.com/runchatlive. All episodes are later made available on YouTube and as podcasts on Spotify, iTunes, Podbean, Stitcher, etc.For more details, visit https://www.runchatlive.com/* * * * WANT TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST?  * * * * The success of a podcast ultimately boils down to how much Apple advertises it, which is heavily based on ratings & reviews. A huge thanks to those of you who have left ratings and reviews!If you'd like to help us, do please take two minutes to leave a rating & review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes. iPhone users can do it from the app on your phone, android users need to go to iTunes on a laptop/pc. Thanks in advance! https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/runchatlive/id1446286174Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/runchatlive)

1 hr 4 min

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