22 episodes

The Run DNA Podcast is produced by ACE Running LLC 
 
The RunDNA podcast is intended for educational purposes only.
No clinical decision-making should be based solely on one source.
While care is taken to ensure accuracy, factual errors can occur.

Always seek the guidance of qualified medical professionals before making healthcare decisions.
 
Find us online @ RUNDNA.com"

RunDNA Podcast Doug Adams

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

The Run DNA Podcast is produced by ACE Running LLC 
 
The RunDNA podcast is intended for educational purposes only.
No clinical decision-making should be based solely on one source.
While care is taken to ensure accuracy, factual errors can occur.

Always seek the guidance of qualified medical professionals before making healthcare decisions.
 
Find us online @ RUNDNA.com"

    The Real Benefits of Cooling Down After a Run

    The Real Benefits of Cooling Down After a Run

    Doug shares the benefits of cooling down after a run. He discusses how he used to think long cool downs were very important based on his experience and observing pro runners. However, when he looked at the research, he found less evidence supporting major performance benefits from active cool downs.He then explains why the research may not tell the whole story - the studies use different types of active recovery than typical runners do. Doug stresses we should focus on a practical approach instead - doing a cool down if it helps restore normal movement patterns and mobility. He also recommends continuing movement and avoiding long periods of sitting still after a hard workout to aid recovery.More resources:RunDNA Newsletter (https://info.rundna.com/social)RunDNA (https://rundna.com/)RunDNA YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@rundnasystem/featured)RunDNA app (https://app.rundna.com/auth/sign-up)RUNDNA Education (https://rundna.com/product/essential-elements-of-running/)RUDNA Community Forum (https://rundna.com/resources/)

    • 10 min
    Recovering from Achilles Tendon Ruptures: A Step-by-Step Guide

    Recovering from Achilles Tendon Ruptures: A Step-by-Step Guide

    Expert physical therapist Scott Greenberg details his approach to treating Achilles ruptures. He compares surgical repair methods and timelines for recovery milestones like initiating range of motion, weight bearing, strengthening, walking, running, and returning to sports. Scott emphasizes the importance of protecting the repair early on while also stimulating blood flow and movement. He incorporates innovative techniques like blood flow restriction training to maximize rehabilitation gains. Listen to understand the nuances of Achilles recovery and learn how to safely get back to full function after this significant injury.More resources:RunDNA Newsletter (https://info.rundna.com/social)RunDNA (https://rundna.com/)RunDNA YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@rundnasystem/featured)RunDNA app (https://app.rundna.com/auth/sign-up)RUNDNA Education (https://rundna.com/product/essential-elements-of-running/)RUDNA Community Forum (https://rundna.com/resources/)

    • 46 min
    Fast Track to Finding More Runners

    Fast Track to Finding More Runners

    Join search engine optimization expert, Jared Tangir (https://elevatedaudience.com/), as he discusses the basics of SEO and marketing principles for running professionals looking to enhance their business.Full video of the webinar is available here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FGWXS4SFJA&t=1s).More resources:RunDNA Newsletter (https://info.rundna.com/social)RunDNA (https://rundna.com/)RunDNA YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@rundnasystem/featured)RunDNA app (https://app.rundna.com/auth/sign-up)RUNDNA Education (https://rundna.com/product/essential-elements-of-running/)RUDNA Community Forum (https://rundna.com/resources/)

    • 48 min
    What's your Running Shoe Preference?

    What's your Running Shoe Preference?

    Nathan Brown joins the show to discuss his journey into running and coaching. We talk about the lessons he's learned from picking up running later in life, his philosophy on injury prevention and patience in training, and why he loves working with runners. Nathan also shares his criteria for recommending running shoes to athletes, including considering past preferences, injury history, and observing mechanics. Stay tuned for insights on cultivating a lifelong love of running!More resources:RunDNA Newsletter (https://info.rundna.com/social)RunDNA (https://rundna.com/)RunDNA YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@rundnasystem/featured)RunDNA app (https://app.rundna.com/auth/sign-up)RUNDNA Education (https://rundna.com/product/essential-elements-of-running/)RUDNA Community Forum (https://rundna.com/resources/)

    • 36 min
    Mastering Movement: The Science of Running with Jay Dicharry

    Mastering Movement: The Science of Running with Jay Dicharry

    In this captivating episode of Run DNA Podcast, host Doug Adams sits down with Jay Dicharry, an internationally recognized biomechanics expert and author. Delving into the intricacies of running mechanics, injury prevention, and performance enhancement, Jay shares groundbreaking insights from his extensive research and clinical experience. From the importance of individualized gait analysis to the latest in footwear technology and rehabilitation strategies, this episode is a treasure trove of knowledge for runners, coaches, and clinicians alike. Whether you're aiming to improve your personal best, recover from an injury, or simply run more efficiently, Jay's expert advice and practical tips will help you achieve your goals while keeping your body strong and healthy. Join us for an enlightening discussion that bridges the gap between science and application, making the complex world of running biomechanics accessible to all.More from Jay: https://anathletesbody.com/ (https://anathletesbody.com/)

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Treating Shin Splints: Modifying Load and Improving Mechanics

    Treating Shin Splints: Modifying Load and Improving Mechanics

    Scott Greenberg and Doug Adams provide a thorough overview of medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS). They explain what causes this common running injury that affects the shin area, how to diagnose it, and most importantly, how to treat it. They debate the best treatment strategies, with a focus on modifying training load, improving running mechanics through gait analysis, using orthotics/shoes, and targeted strengthening exercises. Scott and Doug share real-world examples of effective exercises and emphasize the critical role recovery plays. If you want to better understand MTSS and learn how to resolve shin splints and shin pain, don't miss this informative and engaging discussion.More resources:RunDNA Newsletter (https://info.rundna.com/social)RunDNA (https://rundna.com/)RunDNA YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/@rundnasystem/featured)RunDNA app (https://app.rundna.com/auth/sign-up)RUNDNA Education (https://rundna.com/product/essential-elements-of-running/)RUDNA Community Forum (https://rundna.com/resources/)

    • 48 min

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