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88 minutes | Dec 5, 2019
Top 10 Most Common Running Injuries 2009-2019
Presenting a new #RunPainFree Podcast. This episode is the first episode of season #3. Date: December 5, 2019 Episode: #9 Title: Top 10 Running Injuries In this episode of the #RunPainFree Podcast, our Biomechanics Expert counts down the top running injuries, why they happen, and how you can prevent them from happening to you! All the running injuries are something you can address on your own! You just have to make your body a priority and do the work. When you make that decision, your body will thank you for the attention it needs to run efficiently. If you are a new listener to the #RunPainFree Podcast, we would love to hear from you. Please visit learn.runpainfreeacademy.com and let us know how we can help you today! In this episode, we discuss: 10. Runners Knee 9. Shoulder pain 8. Achilles tendonitis/shin splints/calf strain 7. Arthritis “itis” 6. Tibia stress fracture 5. Metatarsal stress fracture 4. Hamstring strain 3. Torn hip labrum - Psoas 2. Hip stress fracture 1. Plantar-fasciitis Follow our Podcast https://www.runpainfreepodcast.com Follow our Host https://www.instagram.com/runpainfree_academy/ Join the Conversation Do you know or have an injury that should be on the list? Tell us why below.
37 minutes | Jul 19, 2019
How Sport Braces, Cortisone Shots & KT-Tape HURT Runners & Marathoners!
In this episode of the #RunPainFree Podcast, If you are a new listener to the #RunPainFree Podcast, we would love to hear from you. Please visit our Contact Page and let us know how we can help you today! In this episode, we discuss: Braces - The human body is meant to move freely. Learn how braces lock up your joints preventing you from moving freely. Runners wear braces to alleviate pain, but braces do not protect a runner from injury. In fact, it leads to more serious problems. Shots - Cortisone can cause joint and cartilage damage when it is used for prolonged periods. It can also lead to tendon rupture as it weakens the body to dissipate pain. Discover how the pain is simply a result of the real problem, and why shooting the pain spot with cortisone actually deconditions your muscles, and creates new injuries. KT Tape - Has had a class-action lawsuit against them for false claims of preventing or fixing injuries, and the federal government WON, for a reason. We discuss the myth and misconceptions of KT-Tape and why your favorite athletes wear it, and why you should probably NOT use KT-Tape as a runner. Follow Our Host https://www.instagram.com/runpainfree_academy/] Join the Conversation Our favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section. This weeks question is: Question: What did you think using a brace, getting a shot or taping yourself up was going to do? Explore these Resources In this episode, we mentioned the following resources: https://www.instagram.com/runpainfree_academy/ Runpainfreeacademy.com Runpainfreenow.com KT-Tape Class Action Lawsuit: https://topclassactions.com/lawsuit-settlements/closed-settlements/826355-athletic-kt-tape-false-advertising-class-action-settlement/ We take injured runners and make them athletes who are stronger after injury. Check Out More of the #RunPainFree Podcast Programming: Learn the truth from an actual expert Understand how your body works Interpret what your body is telling you via aches and pains Address your body and not run from it. Need a Presenter? Jessica Marie Rose Leggio, Expert, does live events all over New York City and does private run group weekend workshop events all over the country. If your running group would like her to come out and do a private workshop, please contact our Operations Manager, Daniyel Bingham at firstname.lastname@example.org and get it set up right away!
34 minutes | Jun 29, 2019
How Your "Workout" Is Hurting You As A Marathon Runner
How does working out hurt a runner? As soon as a runner feels pain the first thing they do is run to do strength training. And it’s the WORST thing any athlete or anyone in pain can do. You build that dysfunction you are operating on. Worse. You MUST address the movement pattern to stop the pain, or you build it stronger. Most trainers do not have injury education, it's not what they are there for so they don't have to know. BUT it's important that we all know our limits in the health profession. Many trainers send my clients to get them “fixed” and then back into training. That is a trainer that understands the difference. And the EGO is out of it. Training is not conditioning. Muscles/workouts are EASY, #RunPainFree address the JOINT level, which dictates muscle. Loading a pattern solidifies that mechanic, and therefore the injury is stronger. When you bypass the joint and go after the muscle, you create more injuries. EGO has no place when it comes to injuries and peoples body. Sadly, TOO many in this health industry have egos bigger than they admit. And This habit tends to hurt people. Foam roll first no matter what you feel! It will release the strain (go listen to my IT BAND podcast) Backtrack when you first felt the pain Can you map the chain reaction to your pain Create the movement that hurts most
40 minutes | Jun 29, 2019
Why Most Runners Hamstrings Are in Dysfunction
Why Most Runners Have Weak Dysfunctional Hamstrings Are your hamstrings doing the job of the glutes? Like many things, I have come to find out the ROOT of the cause for many runners hamstring injuries. The reason is, runners never build their glutes; they are trained to lift with the quad and keep the hamstring long. An example of this is why when you squat, and your foot turns out, is a sign your hip is off and not supported by mass, indicating bad form if your feet/foot turns out! Joint range compared to stability (muscle mass) has to be balanced, or you're in high risk for injury. This action is why a dancers body is dysfunctional mechanically as a human. A complete opposite example of this is a football player, a lot more mass compared to flexibility/range = high risk for injury. Runners, are taught to PUMP (build) the hamstring, and build quads, even though the running community agrees the glutes are the most important, the lack of education here results in pushing the hammies to overfire disallows the glutes to fire, which then leads to the hamstrings not doing their job and taking on the responsibility of the glutes.
32 minutes | Jun 28, 2019
Why The Treadmill is a Dreadmill For Marathon Runners
Why running on a treadmill is hurting your body more than you know… Treadmills have a high rate of hamstrings injuries. Due to the shortening of the stride that the body does naturally due to the proprioceptors (the awareness of your surroundings and how much space you have) firing. Because you are on a belt, the legs naturally feel that and adjust, making your stride shorter. Shorter stride can mean: 1- Toe Striking 2- Lack of Hamstring Extension 3- No Glute Function 4- Quad Running 5- Overuse of Hamstring in a Dysfunctional Manner for Running 6- Hip Lock Up 7- Back Pain All of which results in hamstring injuries. Especially in Asics sneakers (based on 2 years of hamstring strain case studies findings revealing the majority of hamstring strains are women, on the treadmill and those in Asics.). Women strain the insertion up under the glute. Where Men straining at the middle of the hammy Furthermore, holding on while running is a recipe for a very serious hip injury, most commonly resulting in Torn Hip Labrums. Yes in the cold, the treadmill is a go to, and this podcast addresses how to do it safely, keeping your stride open while using the right muscles (glutes) and extending the hamstrings.
20 minutes | Apr 3, 2018
The IT-Band: You Have Been Lied To
In this episode of the RunPainFree Podcast, you will discover why you've been lied to about your IT-band. Jessica Marie Rose Leggio from RunPainFreeNow.com breaks down how you have been Lied to. The full root of the IT band Its job is to restrict. It dictates the entire mobility of a run. restriction vs tightness Range of motion vs stretching Why foam rolling is imperative
29 minutes | Feb 20, 2018
The Ugly Truth About Your Ugly Running Sneakers
The #RunPainFree Podcast Ep. #3: In this episode of the RunPainFree Podcast, you will discover reasons why your running shoes could potentially be causing you plantar fasciitis, shin splints, and many other ailments that limit your ability to perform at your best on runs. Jessica Marie Rose Leggio from RunPainFreeNow.com, breaks down the repetitive influence your running shoes have on your body. Plantar-Fasciitis: The Ugly Truth About Your Ugly Running Shoes. Sneakers. What PF actually is, tight calfs, and rooted at the IT band Why the sneaker you put on dictates foot and hip movement, and why thats detrimental to your running Stability shoes = the WORST thing for any runner Full foot function podcast mention for more in depth conversation foam rolling and golf ball work http://consciousrunner.com/tcr106-jessica-leggio-why-your-running-shoes-are-causing-your-injuries-what-to-do-about-it/
10 minutes | Jan 18, 2018
The RunPainFree Beliefs, Programs, & Philosophy
The #RunPainFree Podcast Ep. #2, It is important to understand the #RunPainFree Program, in order to know, there is nothing like it on this planet. Yeah, that is a big statement, because,... well, we do out of this world work. The RunPainFree Beliefs, Programs, & Philosophy Dance, body movement, personal training, athletic training, sport specific training, T3 equinox training ( special cases diabetes, injury.. etc.) , physical therapy, FMS, severe injury, running specific What true correction consists of 4 days per week at minimum its a 6 months program and why what happens to the body throughout the process when it clicks and the body goes from 0-60 in one day People who are told never to run again, not to run the marathon they trained all year for, people with stress fractures that come to us a week OF the marathon, that we get not only running, but running by us in the marathon smiling. Someone in a boot, who stays in the boot while in correction, so we can work on what caused them getting into the boot in the first place. A person with one pain, but we find 15 other injuries that resulted in that pain that brought them to us. And yes, the basic IT Band, Runners’ Knee, Plantar Fasciitis, Knee Pain.. basic stuff we fix too, of course. All those are result of something bigger, and we always go to the root, not the pain spot.
35 minutes | Jan 18, 2018
The Story of #RunPainFree
The #RunPainFree Podcast Date: January 18, 2018 Episode: #1 Title: The Story of #RunPainFree Final Show Link: https://www.runpainfreepodcast.com/e/the-runpainfree-podcast-ep-1-the-story-of-runpainfree/ In this episode of The #RunPainFree Podcast, … If you are a new listener to the #RunPainFree Podcast, we would love to hear from you. Please email us at email@example.com and let us know how we can help you today! In this episode, we discuss: The History of #RunPainFree Our Origin Story What the #RunPainFree podcast is going to be all about Our motivations for wanting to work with runners specifically. The story behind how Jessica became a Functional Movement & Biomechanics Expert What Jessica Marie Rose Leggio wants #RunPainFree to be known for And how you can help with the #RunPainFree Movement. Follow our Podcast https://www.runpainfreepodcast.com Follow our Host Instagram: @runpainfree_academy Join the Conversation Our favorite part of recording a live podcast each week is participating in the great conversations that happen on our live chat, on social media, and in our comments section. This weeks question is: Question: Do you have a nagging injury or ailment that prevents you from performing your best on runs or races? We want to hear from you. Email us your story at firstname.lastname@example.org Explore these Resources In this episode, we mentioned the following resources: https://www.runpainfreeacademy.com https://www.runpainfreenow.com Check Out More #RunPainFree Podcast Programming The #RunPainFree Beliefs, Philosophy, and Program. The IT-Band: You’ve Been Lied To (By the billion-dollar running shoe industry) Why Most Runner Hamstrings Are In Dysfunction Need a Presenter? Jessica Marie Rose Leggio, Expert, does live events all over New York City and does private run group weekend workshop events all over the country. If your running group would like her to come out and do a private workshop, please contact our Operations Manager, Daniyel Bingham at email@example.com and get it set up right away!
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