Steve Carmichael, Author at RunBuzz Running - Run Coaching And Custom Training Plans

All posts by Steve Carmichael

23 Safety Tips For Runners

RB109: Stay Safe! 23 Essential Safety Tips For Runners

In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, I share my safety tips for runners, specifically when it comes to dealing with dirt-bags of the human element.  I share my top safety tips for runners and how you can minimize your chance of an attack.  I also share a couple products that may help. All this […]

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RunBuzz Running Community Spotlight With Erin Keller

RB108: RunBuzz Community Member Spotlight With Erin Keller

  In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, we speak with RunBuzz community member, Erin Keller. Erin has been a friend of the show for some time and we bring Erin on to discuss her running journey.  All this and more, coming up on today’s episode. Want to help support the RunBuzz podcast?  We spent […]

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Dr Shari Miller Interview On RunBuzz

RB107: How Physical Therapy Can Help Common Running Injuries With Dr. Shari Miller

  In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, I speak with Dr. Shari Miller who is a physical therapist and board certified orthopedic clinical specialist. We discuss some of the root causes of running injuries and why rest may not be the best treatment option for you in many cases. Dr. Shari shares an overview […]

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impact of age on runners

RB106: The Impact Of Age On Running (And What To Do About It)

In this episode of the RunBuzz podcast, we look at the impact of aging on our running performance. From what you can expect to steps you can take to push back the aging barrier. While there is no fountain of youth, we can delay the impacts of aging and keep running faster and injury free […]

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Questions About the long run

RB105: Frequently Asked Questions About The Long Run

In this episode, we talk about the long run and answer some frequently asked listener questions such as why we do not need to train up to our full race distance, why we need to run the long run at a slow and easy pace, and what happens if we run the long run too […]

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