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Expand your running knowledge, identify running misconceptions and become a faster, healthier, SMARTER runner. Let Brodie Sharpe become your new running guide as he teaches you powerful injury insights from his many years as a physiotherapist while also interviewing the best running gurus in the world. This is ideal for injured runners & runners looking for injury prevention and elevated performance. So, take full advantage by starting at season 1 where Brodie teaches you THE TOP PRINCIPLES ...
 
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Moving Well Podcast

Nikki Naab-Levy & Janet Sunderland

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The Moving Well Podcast gives you fitness advice for efficient, effective and pain free exercises. It is brought to you by Janet Sunderland and Nikki Naab-Levy who are both fitness educators for Balanced Body and collectively have 20 years experience in the fitness industry.
 
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On this best of episode of The Chewjitsu Podcast, we go through some of the best moments of the podcast so far. Here are the clips from this episode: How An Illness Changed The Course Of Ramsey's Life (Ep. 143) Chewy's Expectations For Each BJJ Belt (Ep. 95) The Mindset To Complete Any Task W/ Former Navy Seal Andy Stumpf (Ep. 141) How To Stay Cons…
 
Tomasz Drybala is a flow and mindful running teacher, extreme runner and author of 'Flow-up: Get rid of anxiety, stress and overwhelm and unlock focus, creativity and joy'. In this episode, Brodie and Tom talk about flow state, including the benefits, purpose, and the factor that enhance and inhibit flow state. Tom also talks about his upcoming cha…
 
Running is essentially a series of one-legged hops repeated over and over again. The repetitive nature of running can exacerbate imbalances in any part of our body. While many mild asymmetries are normal and not necessarily cause for concern, others can make you more injury prone. This week’s guest helps runners deal with all types of imbalances. D…
 
On this episode, we go through some Q&A questions Chewy received on Instagram. Here are the topics covered: 1. What to do to prep for a tournament that is three days away. 2. How to pass a long and lengthy knee shield position. 3. Chewy’s greatest hero. 4. How to become more efficient with cardio and breathing for training. 5. Favorite video games.…
 
Brodie starts with exciting new developments on the run smarter book and YouTube channel before providing a recap of pain science. Pain is influenced by physiological, psychological and social variables and when considering pain and recovery, your thoughts and emotions can play a significant role. Listen to this episode to learn about psychological…
 
Misconceptions and misunderstandings abound when it comes to running while pregnant and postpartum. With the research constantly evolving it can be tough to keep up, but patience in the recovery process will ultimately pay off in the long term. Dr. Rachel Selman is a physical therapist based in Georgia who specializes in pregnant and postpartum ath…
 
On this episode of the podcast Chewy gives some tips, techniques, and ideas that he has used for competitions and just to lose some weight. We discuss when to start your weight cut, when to weigh yourself, locking in your diet and then how to adjust the diet, how to prepare for travel and what accommodations to look for on the road, how to weigh yo…
 
Angelo Gingerelli is a strength and conditioning coach at Seton Hall University and co-author of the book Finish strong: Resistance training for endurance athletes. Today Angelo answers the below questions submitted by the podcast patrons: How long should a strength session be? Should strength sessions be done on running days? Is it okay to run or …
 
Holley Samuel is a Registered Dietitian who also happens to be a Boston Marathon Qualifier. She has a Master’s in Health Education and is a Certified Personal Trainer, and also happens to own a cookie company. Clearly, she knows how to maintain a balance when eating for both joy and health! Holley and I explore the ins and outs of marathon nutritio…
 
On the episode of the podcast, Chewy and Eugene go over 5 important tips for recovery. We discuss tangible and effective tips that can be implemented immediately into your routine including the importance of sleep and some key ideas on how to get the best sleep possible consistently, eating the right types of foods for your goals, taking days off w…
 
Paul Ingraham is a Vancouver science writer and a former Registered Massage Therapist. He left that profession over concerns about pseudoscientific beliefs and practices and went on to create PainScience.com, a website about the science of pain, injury, treatment, and rehab, where he has published hundreds of articles and ten books on these themes,…
 
This week’s guest on the podcast needs no introduction. As one of America’s most dominant female runners, Kara Goucher earned a spot on the Olympic team in the 10,000 meters in 2008, and the marathon in 2012. She was second in the 10,000 meters at the World Championships in Osaka and placed third in both the Boston and New York City marathons. Kara…
 
Paul Ardila is a multiple-time ADCC trials winner, Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt, and a full-time Attorney. On this episode, Paul discusses how he adjusts his schedule with being a full-time Attorney and also Jiu-Jitsu practitioner, what its like being a personal injury lawyer, moving from Columbia to America at 9 years old, Paul’s first experience with wre…
 
Over the past few years, Kristina managed a few running niggles and running-related injuries due to spikes in training load. What resulted was a long-standing proximal hamstring tendinopathy which was getting harder to manage. Kristina jumped on a free injury chat and got the ball rolling with her run smarter journey. She then looked up some resear…
 
No matter how much you love running, all runners should strive to be athletes for success and longevity in the sport. Being well-rounded in pursuit of your goals can make you strong and fit for the long haul, both mentally and physically. This week’s guest on the podcast is a mountain runner, climber, hiker and snowboarder. Kelly Halpin has a passi…
 
On this episode we discuss whether Jiu-Jitsu black belts who are older and struggle with and even lose to lower belts, are still considered a legit black belt. We discuss the aging grappler, and how age impacts mindset and performance on the mats. We also chat about adjusting your mindset, changing your training, and also why and how to humble your…
 
When injured, one of the worst fears for an athlete is the possibility of losing fitness. This can be of detriment as runners often continue to run and irritate their injury based on this fear. In today's episode, Brodie covers a paper titled: 'Time course of loss of adaptations after stopping prolonged intense endurance training'. We investigate t…
 
This week’s guest on the podcast, Krissy Moehl, is an elite ultramarathoner and coach who has had unique longevity in the sport and is helping her athletes to do the same. Krissy has completed hundreds of challenging races and has more than 50 first place female finishes, along with several overall wins. For both herself and the athletes Krissy coa…
 
On this episode, we chat with Amy Campo. Amy is a Jiu-Jitsu black belt and the 2022 West Coast Trials Women's 66 kg+ winner. Amy discusses her start in BJJ, how she developed her wrestling, why its important to make training as real as possible, the differences with rolling and training with men and women, attributes that Amy felt were helpful for …
 
Today I interview sports dietitian Stephanie Hnatiuk to answer all your Facebook questions including: What is the best race weight? Is it okay to run on an empty stomach? What are the protein requirements for runners? Are collagen supplements good for tendon health? How can I prevent runner's gut? Should I fuel with fats on long endurance races? Ex…
 
Dr. Anh Bui is both a runner and an expert on running form and gait analysis. She competed in cross country and track at UC San Diego and her interest in physiology and biomechanics, in addition to helping injured runners, led her to become a physical therapist. Anh completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy at Columbia University. She also furthered…
 
On this episode, Chewy and Eugene discuss the worst advice you can give to a strong athlete. We discuss training with people who are very strong and how it can lead to frustration, what your response should be to someone who uses excessive strength in training, advice you should give to strong athletes, how too much focus on strength can hinder you…
 
In today's episode, Brodie answers four listener questions: 1.) I have been diagnosed with anterior compartment syndrome about 10+ years ago., the treatment options I was given were to change my shoes to something more supportive or fasciotomy surgery. In the past 2 months, it has flared up and is really painful. Do you have any tips and knowledge …
 
If you didn't start running from a young age, can you still get really fast? Yes! Today's guest is Brent, a member of our Team Strength Running group, and he’s a prime example of how a commitment to consistent training and improvement can help you achieve some impressive, speedy goals. Nine years ago Brent ran his first marathon in 3:40, and by fin…
 
On this episode we discuss qualities 9-20 of a smart Jiu-Jitsu practitioner. This episode comes from an e-mail that Chewy had on his e-mail list. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list and are the next 10 qualities that Chewy came up with. Here is #11-20: 11. Can roll at various speeds depending on the situation. 12. Is able to undulate between…
 
The son of a novelist, Matt Fitzgerald has a special passion for writing books. His best-known titles include Racing Weight, 80/20 running, Brain Training for Runners, and Triathlete Magazine’s Essential Week-by-Week Training Guide. Today, Matt answers patron questions all to do with the 80/20 principle. Such as: Can 80/20 work for athletes with hi…
 
Stress fractures are an injury feared most by runners. And with good reason - they require extensive time off for healing and recovery. By understanding common risk factors, you can stay healthy and prevent this distressing diagnosis. Joining us is Dr. Emily Kraus. She is the Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford Children’s Orthopedic and Sports…
 
We are joined on the podcast by Former UFC light-heavyweight champion and UFC Hall of Famer “Suga” Rashad Evans. We are also joined by Del Jolly, who worked as part of Decriminalize Denver and Charlotte’s Web CBD before co-founding Unlimited Sciences, a psychedelic research nonprofit. Rashad and Del have partnered together to create a functional mu…
 
Chris is a UK based physio and researcher. His past research has focused on running techniques for injury prevention and performance. In today's episode, I talk with Chris about his opinion on the load versus capacity relationship to reduce the risk of injury. Chris details the sequence of events from acute fatigue, to microscopic tissue damage, ma…
 
Elisabeth Scott has coaching certifications from RRCA, USATF, and UESCA. She's also the host of the enormously popular Running Explained podcast. In this episode, we take listener questions! We're answering Questions from Jason's Instagram page on pacing, intensity, zones, distribution of effort over time, and more. Links & Resources from the Show:…
 
On this episode we discuss 10 qualities of a smart Jiu-Jitsu practitioner. This episode comes from an e-mail that Chewy had on his e-mail list. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list, but the first 10 qualities that Chewy came up with. Here is 1-10: Is motivated by their long-term goals, not short-term gratification or feelings. Can focus on a …
 
Paul Ingraham is a Vancouver science writer and a former Registered Massage Therapist. He left that profession over concerns about pseudoscientific beliefs and practices and went on to create PainScience.com, a website about the science of pain, injury, treatment, and rehab, where he has published hundreds of articles and ten books on these themes,…
 
Without recovery, all those long runs, workouts, and training won't help you become a faster runner. We improve when we rest, so let's make sure we're recovering the right way! In this episode, Jason shares 5 of the most effective recovery methods - so you can focus on what matters and ignore the hype. Resources from the show: Recovery tips from El…
 
Echo Charles is a BJJ black and the co-host of The Jocko Podcast. Echo discusses getting his black belt, how focusing on the belt took the joy out of training, what Echo focused on when he wasn’t able to train due to Covid, Echo’s Jiu-Jitsu inspiration, flashy BJJ techniques, longevity in BJJ, shifting from a competitor to a hobbyist, the process o…
 
Chad Miller was battling niggles and struggling to see performance gains with his running schedule. After jumping on a free injury chat with me, he learnt the principles of a well-balanced training plan. Six weeks later I received this message: “Hi brodie. I wanted to send a huge thank you for our webchat a month or so ago. I've been using the exce…
 
Training your brain to handle the difficult moments in workouts and races is an essential skill for runners. If you’re new to the mental training, this coaching call will help you learn the practical ways to develop and implement these techniques. Joining us is Patrick, a member of our Team Strength Running coaching program. Patrick began running a…
 
On this episode of the podcast we are joined by BJJ black belt Haisam “The Giraffe” Rida. Haisam shares his story of moving from Ghana, to Japan, and eventually coming to the United States. We chat about his start in Jiu-Jitsu while in Japan, why Haisam almost quit, how living with his BJJ coach changed his course in life and martial arts, making t…
 
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