Have you ever been to the doctor and heard this, “You must be allergic to running because you get injured every time you go running.”
A recovering runner and I were on a call talking about how she could get back to running and how to “just go for a run” without getting re-injured.
We were talking about this approach of getting her running fitness back now, and returning to running faster without just sitting around waiting.
She told me something I had never heard.
Today on the Doc On The Run Podcast we’re talking about running allergies and injury recovery.View Details »
The other day in the Recovering Runner’s Aid Station, I got a great question:
“If I get stress and strain on my foot, because I’m overweight, should losing weight be part of the strategy to actually get my foot to recover as fast as possible?”
There are lots of ways to reduce the stress and strain on one injured part of your foot.
Obviously, the more your body weight, the more pressure on your foot when you stand, walk or run.
Sometimes doctors will tell patients, “If you weighed 20 pounds less or 40 pounds less, well, there’d be less stress and strain on your foot…and you would heal faster.”
But it’s an unrealistic strategy for several reasons.
Should weight loss be a part of your running injury recovery strategy?
Well, that’s what we’re talking about today on the Doc on the Run podcast.View Details »
If you are runner trying to get down to your race weight, you may be considering a new diet.
If you are a runner trying to build more muscle, or build tissue faster after workouts to recover faster, you might need to modify your diet.
I get questions about diet nutrition all the time from injured runners.
Do you really need more protein?
Do you really need to eat like a cave man?
Do you really need to build protein with protein?
Do you have to eat protein or meat to build protein?
Today on the Doc On the Run Podcast, we’re talking about how the best diet for runners is consistency.View Details »