In this episode, Renee and Austin Baillie, runners and co-founders of Recharge Sport, discuss the importance of athletic recovery for athletes of all levels. Renee is a professional marathoner and Austin is an accomplished runner and massage therapist. They explain their running backgrounds, from recounting their first races to the lessons they learned from Mark Wetmore, their coach at the University of Colorado.
In this episode, Jay Dicharry, expert in biomechanical analysis, physical therapist, and director of the REP Lab, explores what it means to develop your inner athlete so that you can perform at your best, stay uninjured, and live your healthiest life. Jay explains how he became interested in the art of running injury-free: from his technique-driven background as a competitive swimmer to being an injury-prone high school cross country runner.
In this episode, Dr. Hansen, chiropractic doctor, high school cross country coach, and runner,
explains why he started running in 6th grade. He reflects on his experiences competing in high school and in college at UC San Diego. Dr. Hansen recounts two memorable races of his collegiate running career. He shares how he knew he wanted to go to school for orthopedic medicine. Dr. Hansen discusses his journey opening High Altitude Spine and Sport Clinic in Boulder. He offers three things every runner can do to prevent injury. Dr. Hansen previews his upcoming race calendar. He provides insight on the psychology of high school coaching. Lastly, Dr. Hansen reveals one person he would want to have coffee with.
In this episode Amber Sayer, exercise physiologist, personal fitness trainer, competitive distance runner, and certified lifestyle & weight management coach, shares her background in running from how she found running in middle school to her success in high school, on national and international levels. Amber discusses her battle with anorexia, which she wrote about in her memoir entitled PR:A Personal Record of Running from Anorexia. She offers her thoughts on the connection between eating disorders and distance running and what helped her heal. Amber reveals her relationship with running now, upcoming changes in her life, and her inspirations.
John Lewis, creator of Bad Ass Vegan, fitness trainer, and health enthusiast explores his relationship with veganism from how he discovered veganism to a recent vegan cruise he traveled on. John discusses the development of Bad Ass Vegan, with his creation of the Bad Ass Power Cookie. John reveals some of his biggest personal challenges and the wisdom he has gleamed through them. Lastly, John shares his inspirations and the power of his community.
In this episode we discuss Jay Johnson, running coach, writer, producer of RunningDVDs, and director of Boulder Running Camps and Boulder Running Clinics’, background in running from his middle school years to his experiences running at University of Colorado. He explains how he got into coaching and his proudest moments as a coach. Jay reveals the four pillars of his coaching philosophy, including what it means to run easy and the phenomena of cardiac drift. Lastly, Jay shares exciting developments with the Boulder Running Clinics and details on their information packed videos.