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Expand your running knowledge, identify running misconceptions and become a faster, healthier, SMARTER runner. Let Brodie Sharpe become your new running guide as he teaches you powerful injury insights from his many years as a physiotherapist while also interviewing the best running gurus in the world. This is ideal for injured runners & runners looking for injury prevention and elevated performance. So, take full advantage by starting at season 1 where Brodie teaches you THE TOP PRINCIPLES ...
 
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Healthy Runner Podcast

Duane Scotti: Physical therapist, runner, and podcaster

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Run stronger, faster, and without injuries? Yep, you don’t need to be a frustrated runner that constantly has to stop running. I'm Dr. Duane Scotti, a running physical therapist, coach, and founder of Spark Physical Therapy - Healthy Runner. I'm here to share everything I have learned as a former often injured adult onset runner! I will also interview experts in the running and health world to share their knowledge and wisdom that will inspire you to stay active, stay healthy, and just keep ...
 
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Are you a runner who gets achy knee pain when you run up hills, go down stairs, squat, and go to stand up after sitting at your desk for a couple of hours? Have you been frustrated in the past that whenever you try to increase your speed or increase your distance you get injured and stop running because of knee pain? You may have started reading ab…
 
Brodie starts with exciting new developments on the run smarter book and YouTube channel before providing a recap of pain science. Pain is influenced by physiological, psychological and social variables and when considering pain and recovery, your thoughts and emotions can play a significant role. Listen to this episode to learn about psychological…
 
Do you have a burning question you're dying to have answered by our founder and run coach? Have you been waiting to hear Duane on the other side of the mic? This episode is for you! Today we are flipping the script just like we did in Episode 100 of The Healthy Runner Podcast and having our behind the scenes podcast editor, Allie Eldridge, host the…
 
Angelo Gingerelli is a strength and conditioning coach at Seton Hall University and co-author of the book Finish strong: Resistance training for endurance athletes. Today Angelo answers the below questions submitted by the podcast patrons: How long should a strength session be? Should strength sessions be done on running days? Is it okay to run or …
 
I am going to share with you my lessons learned to run faster and easier following my recent half marathon training block for my 28th half marathon. I will tell you specifically how I have now been able to string together 2 straight half marathon training cycles getting nearly the same exact time: a 1:44:00 and a 1:44:08 shaving off two minutes plu…
 
Paul Ingraham is a Vancouver science writer and a former Registered Massage Therapist. He left that profession over concerns about pseudoscientific beliefs and practices and went on to create PainScience.com, a website about the science of pain, injury, treatment, and rehab, where he has published hundreds of articles and ten books on these themes,…
 
Have you felt nervous before a race? Do you get the pre race jitters or does anxiety over take you during a race. Healthy Runner Coach Cat and Irene Bosco who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Irene are here to tell you that you are not alone and they are going to help you better manage race anxiety They will share their top 5 tips to help you e…
 
Over the past few years, Kristina managed a few running niggles and running-related injuries due to spikes in training load. What resulted was a long-standing proximal hamstring tendinopathy which was getting harder to manage. Kristina jumped on a free injury chat and got the ball rolling with her run smarter journey. She then looked up some resear…
 
Have you been struggling with hip, SI joint, or upper hamstring pain that has been limiting your running? Maybe you have decreased the miles of your long run or started running at slower paces than you normally would? Would you like to run pain free and get back to running more miles than you ever imagined? If so, I have just the story for you to b…
 
When injured, one of the worst fears for an athlete is the possibility of losing fitness. This can be of detriment as runners often continue to run and irritate their injury based on this fear. In today's episode, Brodie covers a paper titled: 'Time course of loss of adaptations after stopping prolonged intense endurance training'. We investigate t…
 
Get back to running faster after a sprained ankle! Ankle sprains are one of the most common traumatic injuries runners face and could potentially wreak havoc on your training whether you are trying to get out there a couple of times a week for some mental clearing miles or have a big goal half marathon or marathon coming up. Dr. Duane Scotti will p…
 
Today I interview sports dietitian Stephanie Hnatiuk to answer all your Facebook questions including: What is the best race weight? Is it okay to run on an empty stomach? What are the protein requirements for runners? Are collagen supplements good for tendon health? How can I prevent runner's gut? Should I fuel with fats on long endurance races? Ex…
 
Have you been out on a run and you roll your ankle? Before you go to the walk-in clinic to find out if it is broken or if it is just a sprain, you will want to listen to this training. Dr. Duane Scotti will share with you the steps you need to do to determine if you have a sprained ankle or broken ankle so you can get back to running and spend less…
 
In today's episode, Brodie answers four listener questions: 1.) I have been diagnosed with anterior compartment syndrome about 10+ years ago., the treatment options I was given were to change my shoes to something more supportive or fasciotomy surgery. In the past 2 months, it has flared up and is really painful. Do you have any tips and knowledge …
 
Do you want to know how to get back into running after childbirth? We are talking about postpartum running with an expert who has done it herself personally 2x and now helps women overcome this common fear and problem. Dr. Amanda Olson who is a mother of 2 boys, runner, PT, pelvic floor specialist, running coach, Pilates Instructor and Chief Clinic…
 
The son of a novelist, Matt Fitzgerald has a special passion for writing books. His best-known titles include Racing Weight, 80/20 running, Brain Training for Runners, and Triathlete Magazine’s Essential Week-by-Week Training Guide. Today, Matt answers patron questions all to do with the 80/20 principle. Such as: Can 80/20 work for athletes with hi…
 
Have you been laid up for a while and it caused you to not run for a year? Have you battled an injury and were told to stop running? Did you have surgery? (Could be injury related or unrelated to running) Have you been “cleared” to run by your doctor, surgeon, or PT but you don’t want to hurt your knee or body again? Would you like to run pain free…
 
Chris is a UK based physio and researcher. His past research has focused on running techniques for injury prevention and performance. In today's episode, I talk with Chris about his opinion on the load versus capacity relationship to reduce the risk of injury. Chris details the sequence of events from acute fatigue, to microscopic tissue damage, ma…
 
Do you want to run the Boston Marathon one day or do you want to just learn a little bit more about this iconic race and the chasing unicorn phenomena? In today’s episode, Shana Miller of Stiletto Running and our very own Healthy Runner Coach Lu will share their 2022 Boston Marathon experience with you as everyday regular runners just like you and …
 
Paul Ingraham is a Vancouver science writer and a former Registered Massage Therapist. He left that profession over concerns about pseudoscientific beliefs and practices and went on to create PainScience.com, a website about the science of pain, injury, treatment, and rehab, where he has published hundreds of articles and ten books on these themes,…
 
Do you struggle to get in your strength work or you don’t know what to do or how you should schedule your strength days in with your running? In this episode we are going to chat about all things strength training to run safe and run fast so you can gain some insight, confidence, and clarity on what your strength training should look like! Dr. Scot…
 
Chad Miller was battling niggles and struggling to see performance gains with his running schedule. After jumping on a free injury chat with me, he learnt the principles of a well-balanced training plan. Six weeks later I received this message: “Hi brodie. I wanted to send a huge thank you for our webchat a month or so ago. I've been using the exce…
 
What are macros and how do they fit into a runner’s diet? We are talking about the basics of nutrition for running with registered dietitian Brooke Czarnecki on the Healthy Runner Podcast. Brooke is our healthy runner go to expert when it comes to running nutrition and she will discuss how carbohydrates, proteins, and fats play an integral role in …
 
Research shows that power and plyometric exercises can enhance running performance. In today's episode, Brodie discusses five high-intensity workouts you can implement throughout the week along with practice takeaways and tips. Workout #1: 6 rounds (24 squats, 24 double-unders, 24 plyo lunges, 400m run). Workout #2: 20 min AMRAP (10 push press, 10 …
 
Brady Holmer is an endurance athlete, avid runner and PhD student in cardiovascular physiology. In this episode, we talk about exercise on heart health including: At what point can running become detrimental to cardiovascular health? What training is best for cardiac collatereralization? Is it okay to race 20-30 beats per minute above your training…
 
Will you be running your first race? Do you love to run races but never seem to put all the pieces together? You either don't eat the right food, get enough hydration, or always seem to rush to the start line and forget something! We are here to help you! In this ultimate deep dive training, coach Whitney and I will share with you the true, tried, …
 
Brady Holmer is an endurance athlete, avid runner and PhD student in cardiovascular physiology. In this episode, we talk about exercise on heart health including: At what point can running become detrimental to cardiovascular health? What training is best for cardiac collatereralization? Is it okay to race 20-30 beats per minute above your training…
 
Do you want to know what common running mistakes are and how you avoid them? What you should not do while running or how to know if your running form is bad? Have you considered getting a gait analysis by a professional? In this episode, Dr. Doug Adams is going to simplify the complexity of running and share with us the 5 most common running flaws …
 
Today, Brodie releases an exclusive patron episode onto the main feed which discusses the key principles of injury management. In particular, will an injury get better on its own. If you'd like to become a patron for $5 per month and receive these exclusive benefits along with contributing to the future content, sign up here: Become a patron! Brodi…
 
Are you a runner looking to get stronger feet? Do you want to know the best ways to activate, strengthen, and recover those puppies after logging all those miles? Feel more to move better for running with Dr. Emily Splichal who is a Podiatrist, Human Movement Specialist, and is the mind behind Naboso Technology. With a spirit to challenge conformit…
 
Today we have coach Campbell Maffett on to answer a few Q&A's from previous episodes. Campbell has been coaching for over fifteen years which includes a level 2 advanced recreational running, world Athletics Level 3 Middle & Long Distance and a Triathlon Australian Level 2 performance coaching qualification. Campbell coaches the 'Love the Run' grou…
 
Are you a runner who has wondered, how do I run intervals or incorporate running speed workouts to get faster? Do you want to know how to run intervals and if interval running is good for beginners? How fast should you run intervals? How do I do track workouts for distance running? If you have ever tried doing interval track workouts in the past bu…
 
Jen had been battling plantar fasciitis after building up her running mileage in 2016. What followed was a prolonged, frustrating process of self-treatment including a foot boot, night splint, ice, foam rolling, stretches and orthotics. In 2019, Jen finally had her injury assessed and treated by a health professional but symptoms still lingered for…
 
To run or not to run is the question when you have a running injury! Are you thinking…should I run through this pain? We have all been there before and we have an amazing returning guest on the Healthy Runner live show! Brodie Sharpe is a physiotherapist and host of the Run Smarter Podcast and is here to share specific guidelines to keep you on the…
 
Brodie Chats with Podiatrist, researcher & podcast host Ian Griffiths about different running foot conditions and answers your patron questions: 1.) Big toe OA: Patron question: Any tips for managing great toe arthritis? Also, can the loss of function due to this condition create problems elsewhere? 2.) Sinus Tarsi syndrome: Patron question: Are th…
 
Jason Fitzgerald is a running coach and creator of the strength running website, podcast and YouTube channel. In today's episode, Jason shares crucial knowledge on developing the perfect taper strategy so you can perform at your best. We uncover the adjustments needed to be made to your running frequency, intensity and weekly mileage in order for y…
 
Do you feel like you’re too slow to consider yourself a runner? Do you feel like because you’re a beginner that you can’t call yourself a runner? This episode is for you! Tune in to hear our very own Coach Whitney chat with us about what it means to be a runner… regardless of the speed and finishing time! Related Resources: Episode 15 How To Start …
 
Eric Hegedus is a Professor, physical therapist, clinician, scientist and researcher. We discuss his paper titled: 'Physical performance tests predict injury in national collegiate athletic association athletes: a 3-season prospective cohort study'. This paper had athletes of all sports go through a series of active motion, power-based, hip stabili…
 
Matt is a repeat guest from the Doctors of running and a running shoe fanatic! Our discussion on today's episode starts with shoe expiry dates. Matt gives his opinion on when it is time to buy new running shoes and what variables play a role in running shoe wear and tear. Next, we explore the different features of a shoe that you need to consider w…
 
Running questions that you want to know the answers to… our Healthy Runner LIVE show was absolute fire with an ask Duane anything episode! This was so much fun to crowdsource questions from our healthy runner community about running injuries, nutrition, supplements, and training! This was a straight value packed episode in which Dr. Duane Scotti an…
 
(Description from the Everyday Ultra podcast with host Joe Corcione) It’s never fun dealing with injuries when it comes to ultrarunning; especially when it prevents us from doing the things we love to do the most. That’s why I invited today’s guest, Brodie Sharpe, onto the show to give you an absolute masterclass in preventing and rehabbing running…
 
Today, Brodie answers these listener questions: 1.) "If an experienced runner is forced into taking downtime for either an unrelated injury, illness, or just life getting in the way for an extended period of time, how slow should the “come back” be when they start running again?" 2.) "Can you highlight some common cross-training injuries? Especiall…
 
5 mistakes runners make to get rid of their knee pain? Yep, you are probably doing one of these… Tune in to learn what they are and learn what causes knee pain in runners and how to avoid these mistakes. Learn about Runner’s Knee and IT Band Syndrome and how to treat and prevent these common injuries. These are the strategies that have helped thous…
 
Today, Brodie answers these listener questions: 1.) Is running on asphalt harmful? 2.) For easy runs/base training does HR have to be aerobic zone (eg. on Garmin watch)? 3.) Should I trust my Garmin? Recovery time is whack and I feel great when it says I need rest. 4.) Should those with a lot of experience in both the marathon and with strength tra…
 
Jay is a physical therapist, author, expert in biomechanical analysis and the creator of the mobo board. On this episode, Jay dives into the importance of foot function that all runners should consider. Jay shares the foundational exercises and tests you can perform to determine your foot's level of coordination, stability and strength. We also tou…
 
Do you want to get stronger, run faster, and stay healthy? You probably do because you follow this show! In this episode, we walk you through the foundational principles of this podcast and the SPARK blueprint. Follow these and you will prevent or heal from injuries without being told to stop running! This is an amazing conversation I had with 2 ru…
 
In preparation for the run smarter book, Brodie shares his tightrope walking analogy to help runners comprehend the components that increase or decrease their risk of injury. Become a patron! Receive Run Smarter Emails Book a FREE Injury chat with Brodie Run Smarter App IOS or Android Podcast Facebook group Run Smarter Course with code 'PODCAST' fo…
 
In today's episode, Brodie replies to a listener question: “I have had PHT bilaterally for close to a year and have also had bilateral chronic plantar fasciitis for many years. On one of the podcasts you mentioned when there are bilateral tendon issues, that may raise some red flags that there may be another contributing factor going on". "Any sugg…
 
Want to plan your race calendar like a pro without getting race disappointment, burned out, injured, or having FOMO? ​​In this episode, our very own Coach LaToya will cover: Best recommendations and approach for planning your annual race calendar How many races should you run in a year? How much time do you have between running races? What if you a…
 
Damian McMahon is a physiotherapist from Ireland and also the creator of the Outlier nordic T-bar. This device is designed to make eccentric nordic exercises accessible within your house and without complicated set-ups. Brodie tried out the t-bar personally and decided to chat with Damian about the idea behind his device. We also cover useful infor…
 
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