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The BibRave Podcast Ep. 110: Is Running Bad for Your Knees?

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This week we bring you Episode 110 of The BibRave Podcast, an interview Dr. Zack McCormick on sports injury, sponsored by Gatorade Endurance. Zack is a long-time friend of the BibRave crew and has spent time specializing in Orthopedic Surgery, sports medicine, and currently is an Assistant Professor and Clinical Spine Research Director at the University of Utah.

We spend our time talking about what leads to sports injuries and how runners should approach pain and injuries during training. Zack spends some time talking through Jessica’s recent experiences with knee pain (her knee niggle), and what runners can do to prevent injuries during training.

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Show Notes:


For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!

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2 comments on “The BibRave Podcast Ep. 110: Is Running Bad for Your Knees?

  1. Pingback: The BibRave Podcast Episode 131: BATH Recap and Regenerative Medicine with Dr. Zack McCormick – BibRave Blog

  2. Pingback: The BibRave Podcast Episode 148: Jess’s Half, Run Streaks, and Fasting – BibRave Blog

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