Jun 10, 2022
Linda Steinhardt is a registered dietitian based out of Denver Colorado. In this episode, Linda talks about her research on athletes' perception of body comp testing and the negative experiences that are quite common. Linda also shares her thoughts on what we can do to better utilize testing with athletes without...
Apr 27, 2022
In this episode, Chris and Nathan discuss their history and current approach to social media. They cover the challenges young clinicians and entrepreneurs face and some tips for navigating the social media landscape.
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Apr 1, 2022
In this episode, Chris sat down with Todd Hargrove. Todd is a Feldenkrais practitioner and author of A Guide to Better Movement and Playing with Movement. Todd discusses determining good vs. bad movement, the role anatomy plays in how we move, encouraging movement and variability during development, and how pain impacts...
Feb 25, 2022
Nathan and Chris discuss the recent podcast with Anna Mae Flynn. They touch on how positive feedback can be detrimental, the crucial role of team culture on collegiate runners' experience, the challenges college coaches face, and how positive messages can make us feel worse.
Feb 10, 2022
Today, I chat with runner, educator, coach, and PhD student Michaela Parisi. We go through her early days of running, her experience with an eating disorder, navigating post-collegiate marathon training, and how her experiences shape how she coaches high school runners and swimmers. Michaela shares her nuanced opinion...