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The Parking Gods, Vacation, Running Away… and Other Tales of Reality Creation
Thursday June 5, 2014 @ 1 pm (CST) on Healthy Mind & Body radio… The Parking Fairy, Running Away… and Other Tales of Reality Creation…
Anyone who has ever ridden in a car with me will know that I am a believer in THE PARKING GODS… those deities who are in control of who gets to park upfront and those… WHO MUST WALK… and that’s right, I get a space up front 99.99999999% percent of the time, it’s quite remarkable. The most remarkable part is that it has been happening for so long… I expect it.
But THIS SHOW isn’t about walking or parking. It’s about creating a reality that works for you. I’ll be talking about several ways to RE-AUTHOR and RE-CONSTRUCT your reality, your personality in a way that WORKS BETTER…
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Marathon Runners, are you confused, injured or simply ill-informed about running shoes? What’s best for you, minimal, zero drop, stability or motion control? Join us as we bring back Dr. Emily Splichal to de-mystify shoe selection for all types of runners.
There is so much marketing hype in the billion dollar shoe industry it is hard to sort the fact from fiction. Dr Emily is a world renowned podiatrist, educator and founder of The Evidence Based Fitness Academy. She has a lot to offer in the way of sound advice for runners, especially those who have been plagued with running injuries. This is a show you don’t want to miss!
Every Runner should listen to this interview with Jay Dicharry MPT, CSCS, and Director of The REP Biomechanics Lab in Bend Oregon. Richard Diaz and Jay discuss what Running Shoes can’t do for you and what you need to do to avoid injury and perform optimally.
Jay is the author of Anatomy for Runners and one of the most knowledgeable clinicians of biomechanics in the running industry today. Learn what not to expect your running shoes to be able to do for you and what you should be doing to become a stronger more efficient runner. This is a conversation that is long overdue!
Trail Running is on the rise; one of the most epic challenges for an Ultra Trail Runner is traversing the Grand Canyon. Listen as Vanessa Runs shares her journey from rim-to-rim-to-rim, running through one of the 7 great Natural Wonders of the World.
How long will it take? Well, first of all, it’s not a race. It would be crazy to do this run and not take some time to enjoy the incredible scenery. A mid-pack runner should plan on at least 13-15 hours.
It is a tough run, with a little bit of everything as obstacles: some rocky sections of trail, some exposure, two BIG hills, heat, cold, altitude (7000 feet at the south rim, 2600 feet at the bottom, 8000 feet at the north rim).
You will definitely feel like you’ve accomplished something when you finish. And you will see the Grand Canyon as few have ever seen it!
This winter the weather has been challenging. Running in extreme cold weather requires discipline and preparation. Join Richard Diaz and co-host Vanessa Runs as she calls from her igloo as we discuss what to wear and how to prepare for running in the snow.
The east coast has been punished by harsh winter storms and power outages; our co-host Vanessa Runs is calling us direct from her self-made igloo. The topic of running a marathon or ultra-marathon when the weather dips below freezing is our focus for this broadcast. Be sure to tune in… if your power is out, you can catch the show later from our archives.
Are you obsessed with your running? Dr Michelle Cleere and our host Richard Diaz and guests Charlie Engle and Vanessa Runs discuss what constitutes a running obsession. For Charlie, it may be he runs for a cure, Vanessa simply loves trail running. Is either healthy?
Listen as our host Richard Diaz and guests, Dr. Michelle Cleere - Clinical and Sports Psychologist, world renowned Ultra Marathon Runner Charlie Engle and Vanessa Runs, discuss the potential for running obsession; when it’s good, bad or downright ugly.
This is a very unique opportunity to visit running for recreation, for health and or therapy. When is the amount of running you do too much? Dr. Michelle’s passion is unlocking the power of the mind so that elite performers can play better and happier.
Charlie Engle turned his life around from being a drug addict to living sober since 1992. He refocused his addictive personality toward running, entering marathons, then ultramarathons, and self-created endurance missions. In February, 2007, Charlie and teammates Ray Zahab and Kevin Lin became the first people in history to run across the entire Sahara Desert, covering over 4,300 miles in what became a 111 consecutive day effort.
Vanessa Runs is a trail runner, as a journalist she has worked as an Assistant Editor, Online Editor. But it was office work, she lived for the weekends and her dog was bored.
In 2012, she quit her job gave away all her possessions, and hit the trails to run and write books. Her first book, The Summit Seeker, hit Amazon’s Best Sellers and Hot New Releases in the Sports & Outdoors category.
She lives day-to-day, bartering for the things she needs so she can live as a nomadic trail runner.
Who is Running Bloggers?You and Me! Anyone who blogs about running or loves to read and are inspired by reading running blogs. The mission of Running Bloggers is to unite running bloggers in a fun and supportive community. Together we will grow and support each other in our love for running and blogging.
Every runner fears hitting the wall as they reach the 20 mile mark in a marathon. They also fear gastric distress if they consume too much or too little energy on the course. Listen as Richard Diaz and Vanessa Runs interview Anthony Almada, an expert in evidence based performance nutrition as he shares some exciting news of a product that has proven to pack energy back into the working muscles without the bloat commonly associated with typical sports drinks and gels and does it in a fraction of the time of other products on the market.
The first ever Australian Running Convention will take place in Melbourne on Saturday 6th September 2014.
In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we talk to Vickie Saunders and Richard Bowles, two of the people behind the convention.
The Australian Running Convention will feature a range of expert speakers and run industry specialists. The program includes:
How to plan your annual running calendar
The sensible approach to food
Run yourself well
The powerful mind of a runner
Fight or Flight panel conversation hosted by Lisa Holmes, Editor of Runners World
Tickets and details available at Australian Running Convention
Regular segments include:
Over the shoulder
The road ahead
Natural Running does not mean running barefoot; it is running the way your body was designed to run. Listen as our host Richard Diaz performs a gait analysis for one of our listeners. Learn what mistakes to avoid and tips on how to run long and avoid injury.
A lot of runners have made a conscious decision to get off of their heels and to try and run more “Naturally”. The evidence is too compelling to discount the benefits. Unfortunately, without the proper guidance, they can end up with chronic injuries and become very frustrated.
This show will address the common flaws and explain how to effectively make the transition from heel striker to the Natural Running style.
With 5 months of the year to go August is a top time of the year to focus on your running.
Whether you have already entered an event or two, just getting started or somewhere in between now is the time.
With spirng or autum/fall just around the corner no matter where you are in the world there are some great events ahead in 2014.
In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we look at some of the events still remianing in 2014 and talk about the ones we would love to do as well as the events we are running.
Also on the show:
Over the shoulder
The road ahead