Podcast by Two Rivers Treads
Episode 22 - Dr. Lawrence van Lingen
This week Dr. Mark brings to you the amazing insight of good friend and sports chiropractor extraordinaire, Dr. Lawrence van Lingen.
Mark met Lawrence over five years ago at a seminar in Los Angeles and what he learned from him how truly changed how Mark views movement and fascia. Mark has continued to learn from him since.
Lawrence just returned from Tokyo where one of his athletes Flora Duffy won the gold medal in the triathlon. If you are an elite performer or recreational athlete just trying to move better and stay healthy listen to the wisdom of Lawrence.
Below are links to a few of the videos we talked about on the show. Check out his YouTube page if you want some awesome instruction on exercises such as the Awesomizer!
Innerunner website: https://www.innerunner.com/
Innerrunner YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/lorenzomojo1
Rounding and Arching and Synchronized Breathing. The Start: https://youtu.be/9s1SszFvySE
Synchronous hips for Sacroiliac joint pain relief and optimum function: https://youtu.be/P_ze7M0S6Kw
Run with Balance, Control and Skill: The Awesomiser: https://youtu.be/DNeauHcZ4wY
Episode 21 - Mountain Valley Pipline
The Mountain Valley Pipeline is being built across 400+ miles of rural West Virginia, disrupting the lives and livelihoods of residents who have lived there for generations.
In May 2021, three runners trekked the entire pipeline to raise awareness and give these communities a louder voice.
Dr. Mark sits down with two of those runners to learn about the cause and their experience. Of course, running over 400 miles came with its fair share of mishaps and the kindness of strangers.
More about the pipeline here: https://mvpprotestrun.org/
Episode 20 - Rim to River 100
Sarah talks with Mark and four local friends who tell their tales of running the inaugural Rim to River 100 in West Virginia's New River Gorge.
Join us as we talk about everything from training when you're the mom of six kids, what causes a vasovagal syncope, dad jokes, and trash pandas.
Episode 19 - Chasing FKTs with Katie Thompson and Sarah Hodder
Sarah Hodder and Katie Thompson are no strangers to the podcast but are well-known in the local running community through their involvement at Two Rivers Treads and Freedoms Run events.
Sarah and Katie took advantage of the quiet race schedule in 2020 to push their limits and attempt fastest known time records in the Four-State Challenge and a 100+ section of Shenandoah National Park. In this episode, we hear about their high, lows, and favorite memories from their adventures.
We also learn what keeps them from the urge to sit on a rock and cry...
Episode 18 - Chris Looney on Creating Your Own Adventures
Chris Looney stopped by Two Rivers Treads to share stories of his adventures thru-hiking and running on the Appalachian Trail, and how creativity has enabled him to find adventures this year even when races are cancelled. From running a marathon in his backyard (literally!) to creating his own 100mi trail run, this quieter time has created space to try something new.
Episode 17 - The Facts on COVID-19 and Running
Mark and Sarah are back to talk through how COVID-19 has affected Two Rivers Treads and race schedules. Mark also debunks some myths about how COVID-19 spreads, specifically for running groups, and give some tips on how to boost your immune system. The show wraps up with listener questions about the right pace for a new runner and how long it takes to build a marathon base.
One of my favorites
Have to say since first listening to Mark, I've becoming an adivd listener!. His book has a lot of great information, and he does some amazing things for his community along with the people in this great nation with his knowledge. Wish it was on more often
A fun listen!
Lots of information about how to lead a healthy lifestyle with interesting life stories sprinkled in between that are shared by the hosts and their guests. I always take away a nugget or two (actually a lot more!) of wisdom after listening to an episode. Kudos to the friends behind the podcast!
Seem like very kind people who just want to help everyone live a happy, health life. Love the podcast.