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I ‘ve brought back Dr Emily Splichal, Podiatrist and Human Movement Specialist, she is the Founder of the Evidence Based Fitness Academy and Creator of the Barefoot Training Specialist®, BarefootRx® and BARE® Workout Certifications. Dr Splichal has dedicated her medical career towards studying postural alignment and human movement as it relates to foot function and barefoot training and running.
Dr Splichal serves as a Consultant for some of the top fitness, athletic footwear and orthotic companies around the world including NIKE Innovations, Trigger Point Performance Therapy, Aetrex Worldwide, Crunch Fitness and Sols.
KD checks in with "The Blogfather" Bob Sturm and gets his take on everything from draft strategy to ignoring the safety position. Bob weighs in with his favorites at multiple positions of need for the Cowboys. Following, Co-Host Keith Mullins joins to pile on the avoidance of the glaring safety need.
04:07 Cowboys Draft Strategy/Preferred Draft Strategy
07:55 Dallas’ Needs Entering The Draft
12:22 Defensive Tackle Favorites In The Draft
16:52 Strategy For First Round Pick/ Trading Back
19:53 Safeties In the Draft and Cowboys Needs/Approach to Position
26:36 Linebackers in the Draft/ The OTTO?
31:37 Glamour Posiion of Cowboys Draft: The Running Backs
40:39 Converting CBs to Safeties A No-No?
52:37 Running Backs In Great Detail: Top 6 Backs
1:17:30 Other Backs In the Draft
1:24:25 Cowboys Fullback Obsession/ Special Teams Roles for Backs
1:31:20 Todd Gurley and His Knee
Bart Yasso is considered “The Mayor of Running”. He is recognized around the world, having competed in running events on all seven continents from the Antarctica marathon to the Mt. Kilimanjaro marathon. A delightful ambassador to the sport of running and Runner's World "Chief Running Officer",
Infamous for the; not so scientific but highly regarded “Yasso 800’s” a system of training and means for predicting a runners marathon finish time. Yasso won the U.S. National Biathlon Long Course Championship and won the Smoky Mountain Marathon in 1998. He has also completed the Ironman five times and the Badwater Ultramarathon through Death Valley.
Eagles sign some running backs but forget about receivers, Phillies start spring training, March Madness is here and with it the greatest two days of tv sports. Flyers are essentially out of the playoffs and the Sixers keep winning for no reason (By that I mean they won twice this week).
Training and racing for obstacle races such as Spartan, Atlas, Tough Mudder and Battle Frog places unique demands on an athlete. These events require the ability to perform at far greater intensity than preparing for a marathon. Richard Diaz and his guest Dr. Harry Pino, a renowned sport scientist discuss these demands and the program written by Richard Diaz tailor made to prepare these athletes for the rigors of these intense competitions that he has justifiably named “The Dark Side” Lactate Tolerance Training for high intensity running
Once an illegal substance, Marijuana is now gaining popularity among Runners as a training enhancement. Legal in 28 states many runners are smoking pot to improve performance. Join our host Richard Diaz and Jimmy Reed as they visit, “Runners who get high”.
Once considered taboo, smoking or possessing marijuana could land you in jail. Now there is a growing trend and experimentation in the benefits of cannabis use among competitive runners. The vaporize it, eat, rub it on tired and sore muscles and swear by the benefits provided opposed to taking other over the counter and prescribed anti-inflammatory drugs. It’s an interesting topic and The Natural Running Network is going to tackle it head on.
Every competitive runner works hard to improve running speed. Often, these attempts lead to injury and often progress is elusive. Richard Diaz shares his training secrets for achieving running speed for various events from the mile to the Spartan Beast.
This episode is perfect for runners of all distances. The advice provided is a result of decades of field testing, comprehensive work in diaz human performances lab on athletes of all shapes, size and sports; from Sprinters to Ultra Marathon runners. The path to successful speed begins with some critical first steps. Be sure to tune in!
Bleacher Report's Eric Mack and Sports Illustrated's David Gonos break down the top fantasy football news and preseason Week 1 before digging deep into the Fantasy FatCast running backs preview, including rankings, trends and most advanced draft strategies. Call in to speak to the hosts at (347) 989-8363 on Wednesday, Aug. 13 between 11-11:30 a.m. ET. Ask them anything about how to prepare for your fantasy football drafts, keeper decisions or what their take is on the news, injuries and position battles throughout training camps and as we head into Preseason Week 2.
Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 120: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion is surprised to receive support from an ally in the fight against the running-backs-are-commodities narrative-war of our time.
It's en vogue right now to marginalize the value of the running back position and describe them as interchangeable and expendable commodities.
Dallas and Philadelphia have vastly different running back valuation philosophies.
Just because two running backs scored the same number of fantasy points does not imply they are interchangeable.
In 2008, Jamaal Charles, Ray Rice, Chris Johnson, and Matt Forte were drafted after Rahshard Mendenhall, Felix Jones, Johnathan Stewart and Darren McFadden.
Most first-round bust running backs were injured early in their careers.
Early round running backs are generally highly quality players than late-round and undrafted running backs with much higher success rates and are not interchangeable.
Shane Vereen and LeGarrette Blount were uniquely productive role players and intergral parts of New England's Super Bowl victory.
Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.
Will running keep you young? As we get older should we walk instead? Many people assume they need to quit running as they get older, fearful of causing injury. Is it healthier to walk and does walking spare our joints? Are you too old to run a marathon?
We’ll give you some insight into these questions and you’ll be surprised to learn the scientific facts. This is an interesting topic for anyone who is running over the age of 45 and has experienced running related injuries.
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