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Chiro London Podcast

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Chiro London Podcast

Craig McLean

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The podcast from Chiro.London, hosted by founder Craig McLean. We meet chiropractors or people of influence who have an interesting life journey to share, always intertwined with a Chiro link. We started by chatting to the whole Chiro.London team of chiropractors and along the way we expanded to include some of the past Chiro London team, international chiropractors of influence, health focused London businesses or people (yoga, Pilates, gyms, PTs, psychotherapists) and simply some cool peop ...
 
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FATRUN London Podcast

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FATRUN London Podcast

FATRUN London Podcast

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FATRUN London Podcast Are you a regular runner looking for simple advice on training, nutrition & anything else relating to long distance running? Welllll the FATRUN London Podcast could be for you. Every week, Matt, George & guests discuss different topics & share their own related experiences and stories.
 
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A Runner’s Life

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A Runner’s Life

Marcus Brown

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Capturing the conversations that runner’s have offline and matter to them. The podcast is hosted by Marcus @themarathonmarcus and he explores the topics around training, racing and the impact running has on our day to day life’s. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marcus-brown9/support
 
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London 2012 sailing events in Weymouth & Portland

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London 2012 sailing events in Weymouth & Portland

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Get on board! Team Dorset is all about helping Dorset benefit from hosting the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Weymouth & Portland and leaving a real significant legacy. What we do together before, during and beyond 2012 will shape our future. The run up to 2012 are undeniably dynamic times for Dorset - at Team Dorset we want life in our County to improve and progress for years to come. The 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are a ‘once-in-a-life-time' opportunity to boost improvement an ...
 
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Are you a talented runner who is struggling to make the breakthrough to the international scene? This is for athletes hovering in and around national level over cross country, 5000m, 10000m, or the marathon but haven’t quite made the breakthrough. Stazza’s Stable Elite Racing is now recruiting talented runners (three women and three men) who hope t…
 
Martine Beswick starred in both the 1963 Bond: From Russia With Love and the 1965 Bond: Thunderball. I'm happy to say she is still a Bond fan and she has quite some insight into life when the Bond franchise was hitting it's peak. Enjoy our chat, we cover Bond movies, her Hammer movies (she was a scream queen also) and how she has kept so healthy an…
 
In episode 112, I spoke with elite runner Abdihakim “Abdi” Abdirahman. With a Olympic trials marathon time of 2:10:03, Abdirahman earned his place on the US Olympic team for the fifth time. He was 43 then, which not only made him the elder statesman on the 2020 US Olympic marathon team, but the oldest American runner ever to qualify for an Olympic …
 
In episode 111, I spoke with runner Blair Wilson. We first met back at a Maverick race, a trail event which he won (episode 101). Unbeknownst to the both of us we both were in the same starting corral for the 2021 London marathon, which he ran in 2:52. We talk about this, and his running journey across the disciplines from the road, track, trail an…
 
I first met Amin Momen of Momentum ski around 15 years ago, brought together by my love for skiing and his cool event the city ski championships. Amin moved his business to Putney only months before the lockdowns and travel bans started, it was a tough time for him and his business and he talks us through how he coped - diversifying, doing lockdown…
 
In Episode 110 I’m joined by elite coaches Jen Rhines and Terrence Mahon. This live episode is the third of three adizero Marathon Season Twitter talks to help you improve your running with insight from elite Adidas runners and coaches. At the start of the conversation we had technical difficulties in connecting all the hosts, but this was quickly …
 
Episode 109, I’m joined by Olympic marathon runner Steph Davis. I first spoke with Steph in episode #89 when she won the Great Britain Olympic marathon trials. This live episode is the second of three adizero Marathon Season Twitter talks to help you improve your running with insight from elite Adidas runners and coaches. In this conversation I spe…
 
This is a behind the scenes chat about the film - This is our London which is available to watch via Youtube via this link: https://youtu.be/jBbV-lP3KNQ When I watched London marathons before I was a marathoner, whilst the leading runners were African. However as a Black British kid growing up in London, I couldn’t relate to both British and Africa…
 
Grow old. Get fast. Don't die. In Phil's words, the Midlife Cyclist's author, these three things encapsulates exactly what the book is about. We are living as the first generation of human beings who have exercised heavily after the age of 40. The book looks into the effect of exercise on our heart, hormones and musculoskeletal system. We evolve so…
 
We had a chat to Tom MacKay in episode 56 about marathon preparation and what you have to do to aim for a sub 2:30 marathon time. 8 days ago he ran the London marathon and we hear how his race went. Did he manage to achieve his target, how did he perform on the day, what is next in the future. Enjoyโดย Craig McLean / Tom MacKay
 
Episode 107, is a special Boston marathon episode in collaboration with The Big Run podcast. This special episode is a deep dive into the oldest marathon of the majors Boston, which first took place on Monday, April 19, 1897: The Boston Marathon was originally called the American Marathon and was the final event of the B.A.A. Games. We have two fas…
 
Episode 106, is a special 2021 London Marathon episode, where I speak with elite runner Charlotte Purdue and Event Director of London Marathon Events Hugh Brasher. ————————————————————— The conversation with Charlotte was recorded from the first Adizero runners roundtable Marathon Season Twitter talk, focusing on marathon mindset. Charlotte is the …
 
In episode 105 I speak with Dougie Musson, who is a professional runner based in Birmingham. He started running around eight years old. In his early career he focused on the middle distance events. His PB’s include: 1500m 3:46:14 3000m 8:03:76 5000m 14:02:92 3K Steeplechase 8:38:54 He recently transitioned into marathon running, his first marathon …
 
In episode 104 I speak with Tina Muir who is the founder, host and CEO of Running For Real. Tina is a mother of two and former international runner for Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The Running For Real Podcast is a collective of conversations about running, the climate emergency, and social justice. This podcast has amassed over 4.5 million …
 
Thanks Tom for taking the time to share your thoughts and words about your journey with endurance and marathon running. Well done on the 1:10 London 'Big Half' half marathon and good luck with your quest of a sub 2:30 marathon at the delayed October London Marathon. We cover running, training, pacing, preparation and kit (especially shoes). Tom's a…
 
In episode 102, I speak with Stephen Gnoza who is a professional video producer and amateur runner (marathon best of 2:55) currently based out of Boulder, Colorado. After a decade of working in corporate video, Stephen has begun to explore more creative video projects. One of his YouTube series, Serious Runner, caught my attention. All great comedy…
 
The First Mile Always Lies returns with another special collaboration with the big run podcast. Myself and Danny Easton recorded live at Meopham, Gravesend at the Maverick Race event, Ultra Black Trails. The aim was to promote diversity on the trails. So we take a deep dive and give you a behind the scenes aspect of the race, and even take you into…
 
In episode 100 I speak with Mary Cain, who is a professional runner and founder of the nonprofit and professional running team, Atalanta NYC. Atalanta NYC employs professional female runners to serve as mentors for young girls while building both their career skills and training full-time. Along with focusing on her training, Mary works at Tracksmi…
 
This series is a straight to the point view of my thoughts in my training journey. In this first episode I shared some things that would have saved me a lot of wasted time when marathon training. This year I’m running the Virgin Money London Marathon, which is one of the biggest fundraiser events globally. Each of the 4 times, I’ve raised money for…
 
In episode 99, I speak with my friend Ron. He works in health care technology, but is a dedicated athlete. More recently he ran multiple marathons to raise money to support the frontline HealthCare workers during the early stages of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Following that he ran 60 miles on his birthday, in the freezing cold streets of NYC to …
 
What does the future of crew running look like? Welcome back to a runner’s life podcast. For episode 98 we’re switching things up. Today’s episode marks the first in a new series in collaboration with The Big Run podcast hosted by Danny Easton We have joined up over the past few weeks to record a series of specials that we will be releasing monthly…
 
In episode 97, I speak with Tommie. He is the Owner of Chip Time Running. A host of The RUN EAT SLEEP Show. We discuss his history with running, his journey to becoming sober, and how he started practicing a vegan diet too. Tommie recently ran an incredible PR at the Glass City Marathon, and earned a Boston Qualifying time. ————————————————————— In…
 
Meet Wilf, 27 years old who's back pain it turned out was the result of Hodgkins lymphoma. A journey that took over a year to diagnose, including a visit to me at Putney Chiro. We walk through his journey including 12 weeks of intensive chemotherapy, hair falling out and concerns he may never make it through. I spoke to him in July 2021 and his che…
 
In episode 96, I speak with Julia Chase-Brand a true pioneer of U.S. running. So let’s go back. In 1960, women weren't allowed in races longer than 880 yards. The popular opinion of the time considered that distance running was harmful to reproductive organs. Let’s go further back, so in 1928 American and British papers falsely reported on the wome…
 
In episode 95, I speak with Alison Staples, who is a Baltimore native. She starting running aged 31. Dared by a friend, her very first race was the Baltimore Half Marathon. The hills of Baltimore made the experience challenging, but the pride she got from hobbling across the finish line, was enough to make her trade her elliptical for the road. Sin…
 
In episode 94, I speak with Coach Alli who is a certified running coach based in NYC. Prior to moving into fitness she spent 6 years as a corporate professional. In this conversation we talk about: What a runner’s life means to her. What lessons running has taught her. Tips for how to stay present and enjoy the journey. How running shows us how to …
 
In episode 93, I speak with Tom Hollis who is a Registered Dietitian specialising in intensive care and endurance sport, he is an experienced practitioner working in the United Kingdom National Health Service (NHS) and works in private practice. In this conversation we talk about: The significance of micronutrients. The importance of protein for mu…
 
Profeet and Chiro London have had a 20 year relationship, back to when they opened in 2001. In this episode we meet Profeet's founder Shula who gives us some background into how and when she and her late husband Hamish started the business. Then I head over to the store in Fulham, SW London, UK and do an in-shop interview with Tom their lead runnin…
 
In episode 92, I speak with Kevin Quinn, a father of three. A 2.22.12 marathon runner and head coach at Team Real Runners. Kevin was one of the pacers for the Great Britain marathon trails for the Tokyo Olympics, where Steph Davis won and earned a qualifying place. To listen to the conversation with Steph look at episode 89. In 2016, after running …
 
In episode 91, I speak with Yusuf Bizimana aka Fly Bizzy. He is currently running at the university of Texas for their track and field team and is doing well. I came across him when he posted a 5k on his YouTube channel. And his personality and mindset really shines through. In this conversation we talk about: The importance of mindset The importan…
 
This conversation with is with elite Ultrarunner Maggie Guterl aka "Maggatron". Guterl is also known for becoming the first female to win at Big’s Backyard Ultra in 2019. This conversation was recorded shortly before she placed first in the female category and seventh overall in the inaugural Cocodona 250. Plus we discussed the runner’s mindset, th…
 
As a fan of the sport, I was excited to speak with the following two athletes. Steph Davies won the British Olympic marathon trials and qualified for the Tokyo Olympics and will represent Great Britain, she finished in 2:27:16 (this interview starts at 2:45). Aoife Cooke won the Cheshire Elite Marathon and qualified for the Tokyo Olympics and will …
 
This conversation is with Jon Hilling, a runner and at the time of the interview is a nutrition student. We dive into some things that work for him when fuelling his marathon training. We talk about mental health and the impact that sport can play in ones well-being. However if you’re experiencing any mental health challenges, these are some UK res…
 
Listen in to experience whats it's like to dedicate yourself for over 30 years to become a master of Hapkido, a Korean martial art. Hapkido is a non competitive martial art focusing on throws, kicks and punches, pressure point techniques blended with meditation. If that's not enough, she is also the founder of the Women's Sport Trust, a charity pro…
 
This conversation is with Nathan Martin, who ran 2:11:05 at the Marathon Project in December 20 2020. Not only was this a PR but Nathan broke Herm Atkins’ record of 2:11:52, by running the fastest marathon ever run by a Black man born in the United States. This record stood since 1979. I recorded this episode, shortly after the Marathon Project, bu…
 
Mitch, as he is known, is a rugby stalwart, having played 130+ first division games for Waikato NZ, when it was a semi pro environment, he coached the All Blacks in 2001-3, coached in South Africa and USA and now is the assistance coach for England alongside Eddie Jones. He's a lovely bloke who was kind enough to share his thoughts on performance, …
 
This conversation is with Amy Haas who ran her first half marathon in 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. She ran with purpose and with passion, in memory of her cousin Scotty, who passed away many years ago from childhood cancer. She and her cousin chose to run in Chicago that year in order to raise money for cancer research. This was the catalyst for her …
 
“Once you feel that catharsis, once you have that lightbulb moment, once you feel what it’s like to actually live a little bit... In general the mundanity of life gets put out like a cigarette butt.” ————————————————————— The thing about life is that whilst your first attempt may not work, keep trying and work smarter the next time. This episodes g…
 
Matt is Head of Physical Therapy with EF Pro Cycling team & travels with them to races all over the world including the Tour de France. He's been to 13 Tours de France, he's been with Slipstream and Jonathan Vaughters for 13 years, through all its variations, Garmin, Cervelo, Cannondale and now EF. He describes a typical day at the TdF and how the …
 
It’s not often that I get the privilege of speaking to someone who is the first in their field and blazing a trail for others to follow. In this conversation I spoke with the international athlete and history maker Chris Mosier. In 2015, he was the spark for changing the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) policy on transgender athletes to prov…
 
The race we train for is important, but a significant amount of time, preparation and energy goes into the training for the race itself, not just physically but mentally. This conversation is with Psychologist and CBT Therapist Psychologist Joanna Rodriguez, and we dive into what is happening in our minds during a training cycle, and share advice t…
 
This conversation is with Nick Bester, who is a sub 2:30 marathoner and a running coach. We speak about: What a runner’s life means to him. How he started his running journey, his role as a coach and why community is important to him. His role as Africa Marathons Coach and his experiences running Comrades, and the Two Oceans Marathon etc. Comparing…
 
Welcome back to episode 50! Dr Guy Riekeman, we catch up with him from Detroit, Michigan although I thought he was going to be in Puerto Rico his second home, long story. Guy studied chiropractic at Palmer College in the 1970's, ran a chiropractic research and coaching company helping 7000 chiropractors worldwide. He then paused for 4 years on the …
 
This conversation is with Amanda Brooks, who is a runner, author, journalist, certified running coach and personal trainer. We speak about: What runner’s life means to her. The importance of community to her work. Why every finish line is a new start. How she gets the right rhythm between enjoying running and working in the running business space. …
 
It was an honour to speak with elite runner Joseph Gray in Episode 59. In this special episode we speak about: What a runner’s life means to him Explore how early experiences shaped his career Some key lessons he’s learnt from his parents What does your potential look like How he has dealt with racial abuse whilst competing How everyone has a role …
 
Listen in if you are a (current or new) chiropractic patient who is wondering if a spinal x-ray would be appropriate for you. Meet Dr Sarah Burnett, musculoskeletal radiologist who we have worked with since 2009. Find her on twitter @radiodrsarah We cover the risks vs the benefits of having an x-ray. Chiropractors have a listen, especially later in…
 
This conversation is with Naomi Mitchell, who works as a chartered accountant, and concurrently is preparing for the GB Olympic marathon trials. She was a recreational runner who represented her club (Reading Athletic Club) in events like triple jump and steeplechase before transferring to the marathon distance. Her first five marathons she ran 2:5…
 
This conversation is with Anne Maher, a working mom of two. She ran a Boston qualifying 3:28 in her first marathon, and ran a 2:53 marathon in 2020. In this conversation, we learn about her upcoming marathon target. We dive into what a runner’s life means to her. We learn how she maintains a sense of rhythm whilst being a working parent, and concur…
 
Jason Flemyng, actor, podcaster, philanthropist - takes some time to chat with us. He has quite a few tales to tell about his acting career, we start with the movies Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, we then hear about his fellow actors Statham, Brad Pitt and Sean Connery (does a great Connery impersonation). We then roll into some sto…
 
This conversation is with Haroon Mota, who is an adventure and thrill seeking fundraising expert heading Penny Appeal’s Challenge Events Programme. Haroon champions humanitarian projects by setting himself ambitious fundraising challenges; running multi marathons and climbing mountains, raising millions of pounds for charity and inspiring so many t…
 
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