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Run For Your Life Podcast

Episode 4 - Wheelchair Push Teams, Freedom's Run, & The Beast Series

Episode 4 - Wheelchair Push Teams, Freedom's Run, & The Beast Series

Two podcast team members share their own running stories in this episode.  

First, we hear from the podcast “tech guy” Jake Hall about how he runs with his disabled son, Thad,  and how they just completed their second Freedom’s Run marathon. 

Next up, podcast host and store manager Sarah Hodder reflects on her recent finish at the 2018 Grindstone 100, and she gives some insights on ultra running as the defending female champion of the Beast Series.  

Finally, Dr. Mark fields the listener Q&A on the topics of running before breakfast, avoiding the “active couch potato syndrome,” the benefits of compression gear, and tapering before for the Marine Corps Marathon.

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Episode 3 - Talkin’ FKTs with Mike Wardian

Episode 3 - Talkin’ FKTs with Mike Wardian

Today is exciting as we have a couple of guests with us. Katie Nolan Thompson is with us, who is the co-director of Freedom’s Run. And our other special guest today is ultra-marathoner extraordinaire, Mike Wardian, who is here to talk to us about his most recent record-breaking effort on the C&O Canal!

Dr. Mark also gives a recap on his recent experience speaking and being awarded at the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine conference in San Fransisco. 

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Episode 2 - Train Smart, Not Stupid!

Episode 2 - Train Smart, Not Stupid!

We all know the age-old story of training for a race, only to get to the start line either injured or with no push left in the tank. We’re here to talk to Dr. Mark Cucuzzella  today about how we can train smart - not stupid!  That way we can toe the line of our next race full of energy and pep.

Dr. Mark also fields some Q&A topics about monitoring heart rate if you are AFib, handling a torn Meniscus, and the skill and art of running hills.

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