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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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During these success story segments, Brodie interviews a runner who has managed to overcome a running related injury after much hardship and frustration. Kara Haas has faced 15 years of Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy. Once running at a very high level and competing at the Olympic trials, Kara's PHT started to get out of control. We dive into Kara'…
 
Dana Giordano is a middle-distance pro runner for Adidas and the Boston Athletics Association (B.A.A.). Prior to becoming a pro, she worked at Reebok for several years as a Product Manager, while keeping up with running as a lifestyle sport. She was also an All-American at Dartmouth University and reflects often on those years of running. Dana has …
 
Episode 363 is my introduction guide to chemical signaling for androgens! This guide was extremely hard to make and put together because its not a straight forward equation - YOU need to assess yourself on a week to week basis and figure out if its even a chemical signaling problem in the first place! IT MAY NOT BE! I tried to cover this topic is a…
 
Chewy shares how he got his nickname. Thanks to our podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to https://bit.ly/31HEWoT and use the promo code Chewjitsu to get 15% off of your total purchase. Epic Roll BJJ. Check out https://www.epicrollbjj.com and use the promo code Chewjitsu to get 15% off of your total purchase. Check out exclusive podcas…
 
Brodie dives into the science of sprained ankles, including assessment, treatment & prevention. Sprained ankles may not be a common running-related injury, but can be very common outside of recreational running and leaves athletes confused when they can start being active. We first discuss the Ottawa ankle rules for ruling out a fracture. Then once…
 
Ramsey Dewey is a former mixed martial artist, kickboxer, holds a degree in modern dance, and runs a popular youtube channel. Ramsey discusses moving to China, starting one of the first BJJ and MMA gyms in China, the most popular martial art in China, overcoming a severe illness, getting a degree in modern dance, how an illness changed the course o…
 
On today's success story we have Mark Mulray who was battling Plantar Fasciitis for several months before finding what worked and what didn't work. Mark tried changing shoes, cross-training and had every variation of massage ball and ice bottle under his desk at work. Mark Mulray shares his treatment process that allowed him to not only kick his pl…
 
Dr. Caitlin Alexander is a physical therapist at Build Sports Performance Lab & Physical Therapy in Boulder, Colorado with a certification in Applied Functional Science. She's a certified triathlon coach, running coach, and has experience working with elite-level athletes. She's also an incredible athlete herself! Caitlin has qualified for the Kona…
 
Chris is a BJJ brown belt and stroke survivor. Chris sustained a stroke in 2017 due to being placed in a submission while training. Chris shares his story of having a stroke, the signs that he had before the stroke happened, what to do if you have symptoms, what gym owners should know, why he still trains Jiu-Jitsu, how his training has changed, an…
 
Today we have wellness entrepreneur, biohacker & host of the Optimal Performance podcast Sean McCormick. We all know that sleep is the #1 tool to help you recover, perform at high levels and rebuild from a hard workout. But, a lot of runners find it hard to sleep, unwind & detach from the stressors of the day. This is why I have brought on Sean who…
 
Stress fractures are a runners worst nightmare. They are often mis-diagnosed in the early days and when correctly identified, result in several weeks of inactivity which will drive a runner insane! Today Brodie interviews Ainslie who has faced several stress fractures throughout her running career. At the age of 14, Ainslie experienced her first ma…
 
Steven Sashen is a Master’s All-American sprinter and one of the fastest sprinters over 50 in the United States. He’s a former All-American gymnast, a professional stand-up comic, a cognitive psychology researcher, and he previously tought Tai Chi and Zen Archery. Steven has quite the background which is probably needed for starting a successful co…
 
Andy Stumpf is a former Navy Seal, he has set two World Records after jumping from 36,500 feet and flying over 18 miles in a wingsuit to raise money for the Navy SEAL Foundation, he hosts the “Cleared Hot Podcast,” and holds a Jiu-Jitsu Blue Belt. Andy joins the podcast to discuss his time as a Navy Seal, settin goals and staying the course to achi…
 
Andrew & Michael are the hosts of the Endurance Innovation podcast. With thermal engineer backgrounds and a passion in endurance performance, the boys deliver a unique insight into thermo-regulation, heat transfer & optimal performance in all conditions. We start with running in sub-freezing temperatures and how smart decisions towards clothing, sw…
 
During these success story segments, Brodie interviews a runner who has managed to overcome a running related injury after much hardship and frustration. When injured, it is easy to find social media posts & stories from other injured runners which are discouraging and worrying. Tales of chronic pain, debilitating symptoms and failed treatment tech…
 
Our guest today is Bryan Green, the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Go Be More apparel, host of the Go Be More Podcast, organizer of the Ignite Sendai Conference in Japan that connects entrepreneurs, and author of the new book Make the Leap. Bryan ran for UCLA from 1997 - 2002 where he was a 2x National Qualifier for cross country, captai…
 
Episode 362 is another roundtable with THE EVIL PREP VIBE! In this roundtable, Broderick Chavez, Andrew Triana, and myself break down all things DHT related! The basics of what DHT is, its impacts on neurology/protein expression/etc, practical application, and a whole lot more! Be sure to support Broderick at www.teamevilgsp.com and Andy at www.the…
 
On this episode of the Run Smarter Podcast, Brodie ropes in Pat from That's Running podcast and together they unpack the challenging topic of forefoot pain. The forefoot is the section between your toes and the arch of your foot. In fact, Brodie & Pat are both currently managing their own foot pain and share their experiences. Firstly, Pat talks ab…
 
On this episode of The Chewjitsu Podcast, we are joined by BJJ Black Belt Kurt Osiander. Kurt updates us on what he has been up to, the injuries he has been dealing with, starting training BJJ pre-UFC, how his game evolved over the years, training in Brazil, the difference in training in Brazil as compared to the U.S., challenge matches in the earl…
 
Episode 361 has myself and Andrew Triana back for our weekly episode! We had a pretty funny introduction to this episode with a story time about our experiences with fire alarms. We then moved into some good talks on a variety of subjects as always! These episodes are the most fun to record so I hope you guys enjoy them! IF YOU WANT YOUR QUESTION A…
 
During these success story segments, Brodie interviews a runner who has managed to overcome a running related injury after much hardship and frustration. When injured, it is easy to find social media posts & stories from other injured runners which are discouraging and worrying. Tales of chronic pain, debilitating symptoms and failed treatment tech…
 
Michael Crawley is an anthropology professor at Durham University in England. A 2:20 marathoner, he spent 15 months training with the best runners in Ethiopia to figure out the secrets to their success. His book, Out of Thin Air, is a beautiful story of a culture where for many, "running is life." From their very different relationship to easy runs…
 
Episode 360 is a prologue to the Orals Roundtable that Andrew Triana, Broderick Chavez, and myself will at some point, get around to making! I thought this was a very much needed 15-20 min discussion on the basics of oral drug metabolism from a very zoomed out, clinical pharmacology aspect. Be ready to take notes, because I closed my eyes and just …
 
On this episode, Brodie summarizes a paper by Hamill & Gruber titled: Is changing footstrike pattern beneficial to runners? This is a hot topic for a lot of runners, coaches and health professionals alike, and while this paper may not come to a conclusive statement, it does help bring us up-to-date with the current literature. The verdict might sur…
 
On this episode, Chewy and Eugene answer the question of whether you should get in shape before starting BJJ. We also do a live Q&A: Can you train BJJ with asthma? Thoughts on Gracie University if you don’t have a nearby school to train at. How to deal with losing a tournament and seeing your losses posted on social media. How to improve your top g…
 
We are back for our second installment of question provided by my sister Zoe. Here are the list of questions answered on today's episode: I have injured my hamstring and took time off to recover from, now my leg feels weak and I am in a cycle of exercise followed by injury recovery. What can I do? How do I tell the difference between muscle sorenes…
 
Episode 359 is another episode with Andrew Triana where we break down our current leg workouts, discuss how the world needs to stop focusing on the negatives and begin to focus on the positives, we have a little bit on drug metabolism/kinetics, and a whole lot more! Be sure to support Andy at www.theperformancevibe.com! IF YOU WANT YOUR QUESTION AN…
 
Jay Dicharry is a physical therapist who rose to prominence as an expert in biomechanical analysis as Director of the SPEED Clinic at the University of Virginia. He has written two books that are highly recommended for our community: Anatomy for Runners and Running Rewired. Jay also consults for several footwear companies, the US Air Force, and USA…
 
We haven't done a Q&A episode for a while and today we are doing something a bit different. My sister Zoe is taking over Q&A time! We cover a wide range of questions today, here is the list. How do I know what a reasonable starting distance is if I haven’t ran before, or haven’t ran for a long time? How do hills impact my run, how can I best run on…
 
Chewy discusses the book “The 33 Strategies of War” by Robert Greene and the concept of going to war with yourself. We use the concept of “going to war with yourself” to help with combating laziness, accomplishing your goals, making better life choices, and taking chances. Thanks to our podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over to https://bi…
 
This interview Brodie chats with advanced practice physio, sonographer & shockwave specialist Benoy Mathew. Shockwave therapy is a treatment method administered by therapists and Benoy answers all our questions on this treatment option. Firstly, Benoy helps answer the question of what Shockwave is and what the clinic experience looks like for a pat…
 
Ryan Banta is a coach with more than 19 years of experience and the author of the Sprinter’s Compendium. At the high school level, Ryan has produced 135 All-State medalists, including 10 state champions and 15 runners-up. His teams have won 12 district championships and 5 top five state finishes in the last nine seasons. He has been elected Missour…
 
Episode 358 is another one for the women! In this episode, I discuss athletic HRT , competitive HRT (yes, I am the asshole that has started to make up terminology to describe what I'm talking about), and transitioning into a blast for hyper muscular females as it DOES change your endogenous environment as you accumulate more lean tissue. As always …
 
Episode 357 is another episode with me and Andy just talking about random things that are on our mind! This episode probably had one of the more funny insight's into Andy's life so sit back, learn, and hopefully this episode makes you laugh a little! IF YOU WANT YOUR QUESTION ANSWERED, go over to www.theprepcoachforum.com and post it in the Alex an…
 
This interview Brodie chats with advanced practice physio, sonographer & shockwave specialist Benoy Mathew. Shockwave therapy is a treatment method administered by therapists and Benoy answers all our questions on this treatment option. Firstly, Benoy helps answer the question of what Shockwave is and what the clinic experience looks like for a pat…
 
Chewy and Eugene are joined by BJJ black belt Robert Drysdale to discuss his new book, "Opening Closed Guard: The Origins of Jiu-Jitsu In Brazil." Robert discusses his start in Jiu-Jitsu, why Jiu-Jitsu was so addictive, the reason for creating the book “Opening Closed Guard: The History of BJJ” and the documentary on the history of Jiu-Jitsu, his t…
 
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