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Top 5 Mistakes Runners Make with Their Toenails

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Top 5 Mistakes Runners Make with Their Toenails Which is better…clear healthy toenails or thick, yellow, black and blue or missing toenails? Running can be hard on the feet. We all know that lots of runners bash their toes. But neglected tootsies can lead to discolored toenails and even lost toenails […]

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Pro Triathlete Jess Smith on Training and Racing During and After Pregnancy

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today on the Doc On The Run we’re talking with Pro Triathlete Jess Smith about all the special considerations surrounding running, training and maintaining fitness before and after pregnancy. Dr. Chris Segler: Jess is an amazing athlete. She got a Kona slot in only her second Ironman and then became the […]

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Dr. JJ Mayo on Race Day Nutrition Planning and Making Sure You Get Enough Protein to Prevent Running Injuries

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Dr. Chris Segler: Today on the Doc On The Run podcast I am really excited to bring JJ Mayo onto the show to share his expertise about nutrition and what it takes to fuel athletes not only in races, but in the recovery process. Dr. Mayo holds a Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology […]

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Pro Triathlete Kim Schwabenbauer on Nutrition Assessments for Runners and Enjoying the Holiday Season Without Guilt

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today we’re talking with nutritionist and PRO triathlete Kim Schwabenbauer about the importance of a nutrition assessment for runners as well as tips for enjoying the Holiday season without guilt. Dr. Chris Segler: Today on the Doc On The Run podcast I am really excited to bring Kim Schwabenbauer onto the […]

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Myths About X-rays And Running Injuries

 Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today we’re talking about what you can and can’t see on an x-ray when you have a running injury. Every day I get calls from injured runners. Whether their foot is aching when they run and they think they have a stress fracture or if they twisted an ankle on […]

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Should I Worry About Pain When Running After My Injury Heals?

 Subscribe: iTunes | Android In this episode, we are talking about how to discern good pain from bad pain when returning to running after you heal an over training injury. One of the biggest concerns of injured athletes returning to activity is whether or not they should be concerned about pain when they start […]

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Which running surface is the hardest on your feet?

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today we’re talking about which running surfaces are hardest on your feet. In episode #17 of the Doc On The Run Podcast we talked about how you can choose a running surface that will decrease the stress and strain on your foot. Mainly we were talking about how running uphill or […]

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Choose a Running Surface to Heal Faster, Run longer and Heal Running Injuries

Subscribe: iTunes | Android Today we are discussing how runners can choose the right running surface to run longer, recover faster and heal running injuries. If I were to ask you to make a list of all the tools you have that help you run, what would you come up with? Think for second about […]

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How to run on the right side of the road when you have plantar fasciitis – FREE VIDEO

Running on the “right” side of the road can either increase or decrease the stress on the plantar fascia. If you have plantar fasciitis, you have to undertand how the slope of the road can change the stress on your foot. This video from Doc On The Run explains how to use the slope of […]

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2 reasons why some runners with plantar fasciitis never get better – FREE VIDEO

Plantar fasciitis may be the most common cause of runner’s heel pain, but it is not the only cause. Many runners think they have plantar fasciitis but they actually have another condition entirely. As a result, they may not get better. This video explains the two main reasons runners with heel pain don’t get better, […]

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