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Paul Ingraham: Muscle Knots and Trigger Points - Run Chat Live #52

Paul Ingraham: Muscle Knots and Trigger Points - Run Chat Live #52

October 9, 2020

Visit a massage therapist and chances are you will be told you have muscle knots and maybe even 'Trigger Points'. Much of the therapist's work will strive to 'undo' these knots, maybe using 'Trigger Point Therapy'. But how much evidence is there that these knots are responsible for pain. What effect does 'releasing' them have? As runners, can we benefit from such 'release'?

Ep.52 of Run Chat Live Podcast brings you the undisputed forefather of putting evidence back into therapeutical care - Mr Paul Ingraham. If you are as yet aware of Paul Ingraham’s work via painscience.com, formerly known as saveyourself.ca, then buckle yourself in for an episode that is going to change your life. Though taste is obviously a personal thing, as far as writing style, humour & educational skills go, Paul Ingraham is still after many, many years one of Run Chat Live's TOP RECOMMENDATIONS for clinicians (and patients) looking to open the door to becoming more evidence based.

Check out Paul’s book about trigger points and muscle pain. That's behind a paywall, but there's also a long free article about trigger point science and controversies, and an introduction to basic trigger point therapy.

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Alice Sanvito: Massage Therapy - How to be Evidence Based

Alice Sanvito: Massage Therapy - How to be Evidence Based

September 19, 2020

Despite the popularity of massage, many of the common assumptions of what is happening physiologically are poorly evidenced. In this episode of Runchatlive, internationally acclaimed massage therapist Alice Sanvito talks to us about what massage does & doesn’t do for runners, and how therapists can make it work better.

We also discuss both therapists and runners can learn & evolve without feeling anger & frustration. Alice Sanvito is one of ten speakers presenting at this year's Runchatlive International Running Conference, Oct 29th & 30th Online. As one of just four therapists in the USA selected by Zhenya Kurashova Wine to be trained as instructors for the Kurashova Institute for the Study of Physical Medicine, Alice Sanvito has a great amount of experience in massage therapy, with a no nonsense science-based approach that makes her a leading figure in a number of online communities. Look out for her hashtag #shitmassagetherapistssay

 

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Matt Fitzgerald, Kevin Maggs, Ben Cormack, Tom Goom, Alice Sanvito, Claire Minshull, Trevor Prior, Emma Brockwell, Nick Knight & Jess Bruce, Mike James.

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Dr. Guillaume Millet: Ultra Trail Running - How To train to reduce fatigue

Dr. Guillaume Millet: Ultra Trail Running - How To train to reduce fatigue

September 14, 2020

In the previous episode of Runchatlive, we had the honor of talking with Dr. Benno Nigg - founder, creator & director of the Human Performance Laboratory, University of Calgary, a multi-disciplinary research center with approximately 200 researchers & assistants working in every aspect of the understanding of movement and exercise.

In Episode 50, we are delighted to bring you Dr. Guillaume Millet, who from 2013 to 2018 worked at the Human Performance Laboratory directing the Neuromuscular Fatigue research team. Now back in France, Dr. Millet is Professor of Exercise Physiology in the Department of Kinesiology at Jean Monnet University, Saint-Étienne and the director of the LIBM laboratory (Inter-University Laboratory of Human Movement Biology).

His general research area investigates the physiological, neurophysiological and biomechanical factors associated with fatigue, including that associated with extreme (ultra-endurance, hypoxia) exercise, and in this episode of Runchatlive talks about training & fatigue in Ultra Trail Running.

We should add, Dr. Millet is himself no stranger to extreme exercise, with over 30 years experience competing in endurance sports including ultra-trail running, XC skiing and adventure races. The Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® (UTMB) is widely regarded as one of the most difficult foot races in the world with a distance of approximately 106 miles and a total elevation gain of around 32,940 ft. - Dr. Millet has placed 3 times in the top 6.

 

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Dr. Benno Nigg: Running Shoes - 40 years of research

Dr. Benno Nigg: Running Shoes - 40 years of research

September 4, 2020

Regarded by many as the important contributor to running related research over the past 40 years, Dr. Benno Nigg is Founder & director of the Human Performance Laboratory at the University of Calgary, a multi-disciplinary Research Center concentrating on the study of the human body and its locomotion. He has received many awards and recognitions, including the Olympic Order, honorary degrees from the Universities of Salzburg and Innsbruck and an honorary professorship from the University of Shanghai.

In this episode of Runchatlive, he will be discussing the SCIENCE behind modern running shoes. What role have shoes truly played in the performance explosion we have witnessed since Eliud Kipchoge became the first man to break two hours for the marathon. 2019 also brought us twice as many men running under 2:10 and twice as many women under 2:27 compared to 2016. Eight of the twelve fastest men’s marathons in history have been run in the last year. How much of a factor has this new breed of shoe played? And more importantly, what is it in the shoe that could have made this possible?

With over 25,000 publications on human locomotion, in particular with relation to products such as orthoses, shoe insoles, sport shoes, surfaces and sport equipment, Dr. Nigg will be giving us an inside look at his latest study that appeared this August in the British Journal of Sports Medicine: 'The teeter-totter effect: A new mechanism to understand shoe-related improvements in long-distance running.'

An incredible hour, thank you once again Dr. Benno Nigg for giving us his time. 

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Oct 29th & 30th - ONLINE!
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10 fantastic speakers including:
Matt Fitzgerald, Kevin Maggs, Ben Cormack, Tom Goom, Alice Sanvito, Claire Minshull, Trevor Prior, Emma Brockwell, Nick Knight & Jess Bruce, Mike James.

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Manuela Besomi: Cómo superar Síndrome de la Banda Iliotibial (Español)

Manuela Besomi: Cómo superar Síndrome de la Banda Iliotibial (Español)

August 28, 2020
El síndrome banda iliotibial (ITBS) es una lesión muy común en corredores. Es la segunda causa principal de dolor de rodilla y la causa más común de dolor lateral de rodilla. Para facilitar el manejo de ITBS basado en la evidencia, se necesita aprender sobre la etiología, el diagnóstico y el tratamiento de esta lesión. A menudo, esto no es tan simple como parece porque los estudios con frecuencia se contradicen entre sí.

Afortunadamente, en este episodio de Runchatlive (por primera vez en español) tenemos el placer de hablar con la fisioterapeuta Manuela Besomi, quien ha estado trabajando en el tema de ITBS como parte de su doctorado en Australia.

 
Muchas gracias a quienes se unieron a nosotros en vivo. ¡Espero que haya entendido al menos la mitad de lo que estaba diciendo! ¡Si te gustó el episodio, por favor compártelo! Y si quieres más episodios en español, deja un comentario ¡Gracias de nuevo!
 

RUNCHATLIVE Ep.48 ... EN ESPANOL por la primera vez!

📢 Runchatlive Conference
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Este año, estamos encantados de anunciar que 'RCL International Running Conference' estará disponible como una transmisión en línea en vivo con traducción simultánea al español! El jueves 29 y viernes 30 de octubre (a partir de las 09:30 GMT), con su entrada virtual podrá ver toda la conferencia con un intérprete profesional que proporcionará traducción simultánea al español para las diez presentaciones y dos sesiones de preguntas de la tarde. O, si lo prefiere, puede ver una grabación de toda la conferencia en su propio tiempo, sin fecha límite ni límite de visualización.

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Entradas: https://www.therapistlearning.com/p/run-chat-live-2020

 

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EN INGLES:
Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) is a very common injury in runners. It is the second leading cause of knee pain and the most common cause of lateral knee pain. To facilitate evidence-based management of ITBS, one needs to learn about the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of this injury. This is often not as simple as it sounds because studies often contradict each other. Fortunately, in this episode of Runchatlive (for the first time in Spanish!) we have the pleasure of speaking with physical therapist Manuela Besomi, who has been working on ITBS as part of her PhD in Australia.

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Hamish Vickerman: How To Overcome Plantar Fasciitis

Hamish Vickerman: How To Overcome Plantar Fasciitis

July 4, 2020
Runchatlive Ep.47 brings you a 'Plantar Fasciitis Special' with guest Hamish Vickerman, creator of 'The Fasciitis Fighter.' As per last month , this episode was dual-streamed LIVE to Facebook Group 'The Running Community' www.facebook.com/TheRunningCommunity as well as our facebook page at www.facebook.com/MattPhillipsRCL .

Hamish Vickerman created The Fasciitis Fighter in reaction to research published by Michael Rathleff in 2014: 'High-load strength training improves outcome in patients with plantar fasciitis'. In this episode, we discuss how the Rathleff paper revolutionised the way Plantar Fasciitis (PF) should be treated, and in doing so we cast a critical eye on many of the traditional ways that runners & non runners deal with PF, often following advice handed out by therapists & GPs who are clearly not up to date with the evidence.

It's an eye opening episode which we hope you enjoy and take on board, whether you are a therapist or a runner. As always feel free to leave comments and questions in the comment section.

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This episode of Runchatlive was recorded LIVE as always at www.Facebook.com/MattPhillipsRCL and then uploaded to YouTube and all popular podcast apps. By joining us live at Facebook you are able to ask the guests questions and be part of the moment! Join us for the next one!

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Oct 29th & 30th - ONLINE!
Simultaneous Translation into Spanish!
10 fantastic speakers including:
Matt Fitzgerald, Kevin Maggs, Ben Cormack, Tom Goom, Alice Sanvito, Claire Minshull, Trevor Prior, Emma Brockwell, Nick Knight & Jess Bruce, Mike James.

INFO & TICKETS: https://www.therapistlearning.com/p/run-chat-live-2020

Returning To Running Post Pregnancy with Emma Brockwell and Grainne Donnelly

Returning To Running Post Pregnancy with Emma Brockwell and Grainne Donnelly

June 19, 2020

In Ep.46 of Runchatlive we are delighted to be joined by leading Women's Health Physiotherapists Emma Brockwell and Grainne Donnelly who will be discussing "Guidelines for Returning to Running Post Pregnancy".

Given the importance of this topic, we are excited to announce that Runchatlive episodes wIll now be streamed & recorded LIVE not only at www.facebook.com/MattPhillipsRCL but ALSO at 'The Running Community' Facebook page with over 12k happy followers! ➡️ https://m.facebook.com/TheRunningCommunity/

What a way to get quality information out to runners! Thank you So much TRC! 🙌

In 2019, Emma & Grainne published along with co-author Tom Goom the first comprehensive guide on the hugely important topic of postnatal running, in an attempt to help fill what was up to that point a clear lack of information available for both clinicians and runners.

In this episode, Emma & Grainne discuss subjects including:
• Risk factors and contraindications to returning to running
• Signs & symptoms of pelvic floor and/or abdominal wall dysfunction
• Assessment of strength, impact management and readiness to run
• Key considerations such as breastfeeding, sleep and psychosocial factors

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Emma Brockwell will also be speaking on this subject at the RCL International Running Conference 2020 on the 29th & 30th October 2020 ONLINE!
Simultaneous Translation into Spanish!

10 fantastic speakers including:

Matt Fitzgerald, Kevin Maggs, Ben Cormack, Tom Goom, Alice Sanvito, Claire Minshull, Trevor Prior, Emma Brockwell, Nick Knight & Jess Bruce, Mike James.

INFO & TICKETS: https://www.therapistlearning.com/p/run-chat-live-2020

Nadeah Miranda: Love Gods & Marathons

Nadeah Miranda: Love Gods & Marathons

June 6, 2020

Runchatlive Ep45: Nadeah Miranda 'Love Gods & Marathons'

Exciting curveball in this episode as we bring you with great delight an interview with musician & vocalist extraordinaire Nadeah Miranda.

Nadeah is an Australian singer-songwriter, model, and actress who shot to fame in the early 2000's as cofounder of Brighton based band 'The Lovegods'. The band won Radio 1’s best unsigned band and played Glastonbury three times. Nadeah then moved to Paris, joined Nouvelle Vague for three years and then put out three solo albums under the name Nadéah - Venus Gets Even (2011), While the Heart Beats (2016) and Milk Teeth (2019).

As a fan throughout those 15 years, it therefore gave me GREAT pleasure when I heard during one of Nadeah's Facebook Live sessions that she is interested in running a marathon... but hasn't yet. Like a rag to a bull, the goal was set.

In this special Runchatlive episode I ask Nadeah to comment of my favourite songs/videos that span her career to date, whilst Nadeah asks me about certain barriers she feels she has with regards to running a marathon. We had a great time recording this, despite a couple of internet connection issues, and totally recommend you check out Nadeah on Facebook with her regular live performances.

The debut ep 'DreamBitches' by Nadeah & Beki (teaming up with producer Marc Collin of Nouvelle Vague) was released in March and is available on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/3yRMeeFPDRPAvUdYkNNDjl

We hope you enjoy this episode of Runchatlive, and as always if you do please please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts / iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/runchatlive/id1446286174

 

RUNCHATIVE INTERNATIONAL RUNNING CONFERENCE 2020
Oct 29th & 30th - ONLINE!
Simultaneous Translation into Spanish!
10 fantastic speakers including:
Matt Fitzgerald, Kevin Maggs, Ben Cormack, Tom Goom, Alice Sanvito, Claire Minshull, Trevor Prior, Emma Brockwell, Nick Knight & Jess Bruce, Mike James.

INFO & TICKETS: https://www.therapistlearning.com/p/run-chat-live-2020

Dr. Claire Minshull: Strength Training For Runners

Dr. Claire Minshull: Strength Training For Runners

May 30, 2020

Runchatlive Ep44: Claire Minshull 'Strength Training For Runners'

Strength training for runners is a huge topic lately, but frequently filled with myth and misconception. In Runchatlive Ep.44 we have the GREAT pleasure of bringing you Dr. Claire Minshull, a Rehabilitation & Conditioning Specialist who has worked in sports medicine and health for 20+ years as a Senior Lecturer, Researcher, Consultant and Practitioner, with over 30 peer-reviewed articles published.

Claire discusses topics such as:
• Does strength / resistance training make you big, inflexible or slow?
• What sort of reps, sets & weights should runners be using?
• Is just running enough to make you a stronger runner?
• How can we use strength to ensure that the same injury does not return?

Whether you're a therapist or runner, coach or personal trainer, this episode will provide you with some awesome tips on how to make strength training work.

NEWSFLASH! >>>>>>

CLAIRE MINSHULL WILL BE A SPEAKER AT RUNCHATLIVE CONFERENCE!
Oct 29th & 30th - ONLINE!
Simultaneous Translation into Spanish!
10 fantastic speakers including:
Matt Fitzgerald, Kevin Maggs, Ben Cormack, Tom Goom, Alice Sanvito, Claire Minshull, Trevor Prior, Emma Brockwell, Nick Knight & Jess Bruce, Mike James.

INFO & TICKETS: https://www.therapistlearning.com/p/run-chat-live-2020

 

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Matt Fitzgerald: Running The Dream - How To Train Like An Elite

Matt Fitzgerald: Running The Dream - How To Train Like An Elite

May 22, 2020

Runchatlive Ep43: Matt Fitzgerald 'Running The Dream'

In this episode of Runchatlive, we welcome the return of Matt Fitzgerald, nutritionist, endurance athlete and author of hugely popular books such as 'Brain Training For Runners', 'Run Faster 5k to Marathon', '80/20 Running', 'Diet Cults' and the truly incredible 'Life Is A Marathon' which we spoke to Matt about in Runchatlive Ep.37.

'RUNNING THE DREAM', Matt's latest book, documents a summer he spent with the Northern Arizona Elite, one of the country's premier professional running teams, training with national champions and Olympic hopefuls in the running mecca of Flagstaff, Arizona, leading in to the Chicago Marathon. His goal: to beat at the age of 46 a marathon PB he set 9 years earlier!

With Matt's trademark mix of humour, drama and defiant endurance in the face of adversity, 'RUNNING THE DREAM' is an incredible book and a total eye opener for any veteran runner tempted to play the "I'm too old" card, flipping as always from utterly gripping to Cheshire grinning, chapter after chapter.


NEWSFLASH! >>>>>>

MATT FITZGERALD WILL BE A SPEAKER AT RUNCHATLIVE CONFERENCE!
Oct 29th & 30th - ONLINE!
Simultaneous Translation into Spanish!
10 fantastic speakers including:
Matt Fitzgerald, Kevin Maggs, Ben Cormack, Tom Goom, Alice Sanvito, Claire Minshull, Trevor Prior, Emma Brockwell, Nick Knight & Jess Bruce, Mike James.

INFO & TICKETS: https://www.therapistlearning.com/p/run-chat-live-2020

 

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