Episode 63: Should You Run Through Pain?
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
1M ago
Hey and welcome back to the RZ Podcast On episode 63 Nathan and Chris dive into navigating running related pain.  They cover how we manage pain in our patients, when it’s necessary to push through pain or completely stop training, and how we help healthy runners navigate the inevitable discomfort of running.  Bones, Tendons, Weights, and Whistles @ Gig Harbor, Washington If you are ready to step up your game at managing RRIs, come join Chris and myself in Gig Harbor, Washington on 2/24-2/25. Learn more by clicking HERE.  Yamato Study Bruce Wilk Book The Running Injury Continuum ..read more
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Episode 62: Starting a Running Business
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
3M ago
In today's episode, Chris and Nathan dive into how to start your own running business. They cover their mistakes and failures in starting out, navigating social media, how to grow local relationships, and how to develop your unique voice.  Chris and Nathan are excited to launch our 2024 Long Run Mastermind, designed to help you build a business you love. Check out the link below to learn more and schedule a discovery call.  Long Run Mastermind ..read more
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Episode 61: A Practical Guide to Bone Stress Injuries
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
4M ago
In today’s episode, Chris and Nathan discuss how we got into teaching continuing education and the need for seasonality in training and life. Then Chris puts Nathan on the hot seat to answer common questions about BSIs. Be sure to check out the studies they site below.  LIFTMOR Study Robling Studies Hart Studies Surgical vs Conservative Mgmt papers Femoral Shaft Concepts Paper   ..read more
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Episode 60: The Flavors of Patella Tendinopathy
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
7M ago
Welcome back to the Runners Zone Podcast! In this episode Chris and Nathan break down the fundamentals of patella tendinopathy. They discuss key considerations around subjective testing, objective examination, exercise prescription, return to run progression, and strength training considerations. They break down three case studies on how these cases can present very differently. Bones, Tendons, Weights, and Whistles Nashville -  https://zerenpt.samcart.com/products/btww/ If you are looking to up your game at managing running-related injuries come join Chris and Nathan in Nashville, Tennes ..read more
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Episode 59: How Do You Measure Professional Progress?
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
7M ago
Hey and welcome back to The Runners Zone Podcast. I’m Nathan Carlson. Today, Chris and I discussed how we measure professional progress. We discuss how this has evolved from new grads to business owners.  Chris and I will be bringing BTWW to Nashville, Tennessess at Wolfe Pt this Septemeber 30th-October 1st. We are pumped to share how we approach managing running related injuries from tendon related disorders to BSIs. Over the weekend, we cover running an effective subjective exam, performing a thorough orthopedic assessment, conducting functional testing and gait analysis and developing ..read more
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Episode 58: Developing Running Plans for Patients and Clients
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
8M ago
In today's episode, Chris and I discuss how we approach designing running plans for our patients getting back to training and competition and how we coach athletes for performance and longevity. We discuss practical case examples and the need for open/honest communication, how to balancing work and life with training. Finally, we discuss how we approach running returning from bone and tendon injuries of the hip, knee, and foot. Chris and I are excited to announce we are taking our BTWW course to Nashville, Tennessee, on 9/30-10/1. This is a two day, in-person course designed to sharpen your cl ..read more
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Episode 56: Luke Nelson on The Calf Muscle Complex
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
1y ago
In this episode, Nathan and Chris sat down with chiropractor Luke Nelson. Luke has 20 years of experience working with runners and endurance athletes and has a particular interest in the calf muscle complex. He breaks how to assess calf and foot strength and how that . He also speaks to the importance of how to apply that data to the unique patient in front of you. To learn more about Luke, be sure to give him a follow IG and check out his online course for managing running related injuries below.  Luke's IG: https://www.instagram.com/sportschiroluke/ Luke’s Courses: https://www ..read more
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Episode 55: Myths, Meniscus Tears, & Managing Knee Pain
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
1y ago
In this episode, Chris and Nathan break down intra-articular pain. They cover runners dealing with Meniscus tears, cartilage damage, and ligament injuries breaking down the essentials to a quality examination. The dissect important misconceptions about what to do and not do with these injuries.  Envelope of Function Presence of Abnormal Findings in 230 Asymptomatic Knees Knee Arthroscopy Versus Conservative Management Clinical Exam of the Runner (Video) Episode 35: Kentaro Onishi on Injectables If you enjoyed this episode, we'd love it if you gave us review!  ..read more
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Episode 54: Getting a Grip on Your Hip - Pain, Pathology, & Programming
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
1y ago
In this episode, Chris and Nathan dive into everything you need to know about your hip and running. They cover how they've changed their views on the runner's hip, managing hip pain, key assessments to understand, programming principles to improve hip strength. Be sure to check out the show resources and articles below! Nathan's Youtube Chris Newsletter How to Rehab a Sacral Stress Fracture Spokane Course Lindsey's IG Research Articles -  The Warwick Agreement Muscle Function During Walking, Running, & Sprinting Thigh Muscle Weakness in Different Pathological States Height & Runni ..read more
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Episode 53: Maybe Runners Shouldn't Lift?
The Runners Zone
by Nathan Carlson
1y ago
Hey welcome back to the RZ podcast. On this episode, Chris and Nathan dive into why some runners shouldn’t lift weights. Be sure to check out the references and useful links from the podcast below! Strength and Conditioning for Runners https://www.amazon.com/Strength-Conditioning-Endurance-Running-Blagrove/dp/1847979874 Effects of Strength Training on Running Performance https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/29249083/ Ko study https://www.nature.com/articles/s41526-020-0105-0 Yamaguchi study https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36207466/ Dorn study https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22573774/ Iversen study ..read more
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