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Podcast for therapists and runners looking for EVIDENCE based strategies to manage running injury and performance. Recorded LIVE once a month, Thursday 8pm (UK Time) at www.facebook.com/MattPhillipsRCL, then uploaded to iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, etc. ...

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    • 4.8, 22 Ratings

Podcast for therapists and runners looking for EVIDENCE based strategies to manage running injury and performance. Recorded LIVE once a month, Thursday 8pm (UK Time) at www.facebook.com/MattPhillipsRCL, then uploaded to iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, etc. ...

    Matt Fitzgerald: Running The Dream

    Matt Fitzgerald: Running The Dream

    We talk to Matt Fitzgerald about his latest book 'RUNNING THE DREAM', documenting a summer he spent with the Northern Arizona Elite, training with national champions and Olympic hopefuls in a lead up to the Chicago Marathon. His goal: to beat at the age of 46 a marathon PB he set 9 years earlier!

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Todd Hargrove: Playing With Movement

    Todd Hargrove: Playing With Movement

    Todd Hargrove talks to us about his recent book 'Playing With Movement' in which he discusses how the mainstream approach to sport training and physical therapy has become 'all work no play', too often focussing on movements that are boring, repetitive, planned, stressful, and intrinsically meaningless.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Coronavirus (COVID-19) with Adam Meakins and Mike James

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) with Adam Meakins and Mike James

    Adam Meakins & Mike James join us for an impromptu but given the current climate necessary conversation about Coronavirus (COVID-19), to discuss what clinicians/patients/people should/could be doing with regards to minimising the impact & spread.

    • 50 min
    Tom Goom: 2002-2020 Changes In Running Injury Prevention

    Tom Goom: 2002-2020 Changes In Running Injury Prevention

    Chatting to Tom Goom aka 'The Running Physio' about ways in which the treatment of Running Injury & optimization of Running Performance has changed since he first started as a physio in 2002.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Alex Hutchinson: Pushing The Limits of Human Endurance

    Alex Hutchinson: Pushing The Limits of Human Endurance

    Ep39: Alex Hutchinson - Pushing The Limits of Human Performance.Alex Hutchinson is one of the world's most highly respected authorities on the subject of endurance sports. With a PhD in Physics from Cambridge and a Master’s in Journalism from Columbia, his articles in Runner’s World, Outside Magazine, The Globe & Mail, are internationally acclaimed.His 2011 book 'Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights?' is quite simply a 'must have' for anyone who does exercise. It was and still is THE bible of myth-busting misconceptions still found in the exercise industry.In this episode of Runchatlive, we focus mainly on his 2018 book 'Endure: Mind, Body and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance', a New York Times best seller. The thrilling account of his involvement at Nike's Breaking2 project in 2017 is in itself enough of a reason to read it, and it has so much more. Using endless real life examples of elite endurance athletes, Hutchinson explains why our individual limits may be determined as much by our head and heart, as by our muscles.We also talk to Alex about being one of the speakers at Tom Goom's ‘Running Rehab, from Pain to Performance’ conference this April in London, along with Ian Griffiths, Claire Minshull and Chris Napier. With this line-up of speakers, the conference is destined to be a huge success and of huge value.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:March 5th Thursday 8pm UK Time :* * * TOM GOOM 'The Running Physio' * * * Join us LIVE! ----------------------------------RCL CONFERENCE RECORDINGS & RUNCHATLIVE T-SHIRTSVideo recordings of all the presentations from the RCL International Running Conference 2019 can be purchased at www.runchatlive.com. T-shirts are also available.Runchatlive is recorded LIVE on video at www.facebook.com/MattPhillipsRCL. 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/id1446286174

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Dr Kevin Maggs: Load vs Capacity

    Dr Kevin Maggs: Load vs Capacity

    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

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

The other Scott has been taken ,

Great content and delivery!

Always enjoy listening to the variety of different guests on the show and the broad range of topics they cover.

Keep up the great work.

Becks*swim ,

Fantastic podcasts!

I’ve recently discovered these brilliant podcasts.....So refreshing to hear, having become more and more disillusioned with the ‘old school’ physio approach. The host Matt interviews in an engaging and humorous way; car journeys without the kids are now all about these podcasts! Thank you.

Physiomum ,

Love running, love treating runners? This is the podcast for you!

One of my fav podcasts, Runchat live is a really engaging and easy to listen to podcast! Guests are incredible experts and I’ve learnt so much as a clinician and runner! Highly recommended and love Matt’s style of interviewing! Brilliant!

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