:40 Can you tell us how you got your start in running?
2:00 You now run a very popular website and coaching service called Strength Running … How did you make a transition into coaching?
3:20 Every coach I have talked to so far on this podcast has talked about the importance of consistency. And running injury free may be the most important factor in running consistently. What do you think is the key to staying injury free?
6:45 So let’s start with a new runner. Maybe they just did a coach to 5k. They are still 30lbs overweight, but they finished their first 5k and have caught the running bug. What would you tell this runner they need to do to stay healthy?
9:05 You mention dynamic workouts and warmups, do you have any resources or can you lay out what that would look like?
Mattock Dynamic Warm-up he mentioned
Jason’s IT Band Routine
Jason’s standard core routine
11:30 You are working with a runner who has a little experience, complete a couple of 5ks, but wants to really get serious and maybe try moving up to a marathon. How does your strength routine differ with more experience?
13:10 A lot of lower leg injuries that are common to runners are shins, knees, feet, do you find that those are often the cause of the problem or is something else in the chain the real cause?
15:10 A question from Matt Axlerod on Twitter… How many days per week to do core work and when to exercise hips/glutes?
17:00 Have you ever thought of moving your core work to pre-run instead of post?
19:30 You have a book Running for Health and Happiness, what inspired you to write a book?
Where can people find out more about you and your training programs?
Tomahawk Medicine Ball Workout