This Move Note is a selection of some of my favourite ideas from ‘Running Rewired: Reinvent Your Run for Stability, Strength, and Speed' by Jay Dicharry. - Move Notes are brought to you by Hazel from Mind In Movement. Hazel is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and movement nerd. She loves geeking out on great movement books. She shares her favourite ideas from her favourite books to help you get smart about how you move. Download PDFs and MP3s of the Move Notes and find out more at www.mindinmovement.co.nz.
Jay Dicharry and Tina Muir: Strength for Runners 2017/02/06 Encore Presentation
Run to the Top Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running
Coach Tina interviews Jay Dicharry in 2017. Jay is a renowned expert in biomechanics and physical therapy and is also the author of Anatomy for Runners. In this episode, he challenges us to reevaluate parts of our accepted, conventional training and running wisdom. He does a great job of deconstructing clinically complex concepts into easily understandable ideas and examples. He breaks down things like Strength Training versus Power Training and the differences between joint limitation or blockage, shortened tissues, stiffness / sticky tissues, and dynamic mobility. Our conversation covered a lot of ground and included many additional resources as noted by the links below. This may very well be an episode that you will want to listen to multiple times to explore these and evaluate what changes you may want to integrate into your own personal program. Here are some of the topics we’ll discuss today: How biomechanic training can help Pre-Hab or prevent injuries. Biomechanics fact vs. fiction and the ongoing critical evaluation of prior assumptions. How to leverage strength training to improve your running while reducing your volume. How to evaluate a potential strength coach or options if you don’t have access to one. Risk / Reward balance of using different types of shoes for training / racing. Jay’s Mobility / soft-tissue work philosophy. The difference between ‘stretching’ and ‘dynamic mobility’ and which you should do before a run. Quotes by Jay: “There’s still the folks out there saying ‘Running is going to kill you and you need to stop’.” “I don’t like being the person paving the way; I like being the person helping people.” “ ‘What’s the ONE thing to do?” and the reality is that life isn’t that simple, right? If it was, then nobody would have problems.” “There is very good research out there to show that running does NOT make you strong. Running efficiency DOES improve when you improve the way that you carry yourself.” “At the end of the day, the runners who are serious find a way to get in the weight room. The runners I work with, the people I’ve introduced to this, I don’t know any of them who have STOPPED doing this at all even from a novice up to an elite level.” “The goal is to build a running-specific plan to RUN better, not just to lift more weight in the gym.” “If it’s not improving running economy and making your body more robust in terms of injury reduction, then you shouldn’t be doing it.” “If you’re a soccer player and you’re more accurate in shooting goal with your right foot, that’s fine, right? But, when you run both legs have to show up.” “I’m not looking to train a muscle; I’m looking to train a movement.” Take a Listen on Your Next Run Want more awesome interviews and advice? Subscribe to our iTunes channel Mentioned in this podcast: UVA Speed Clinic Run To The Top podcast with Max Prokopy The American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Joe Friel's Blog Bryan Heiderscheit, PT, PhD Christopher M. Powers, PhD, PT, FACSM, FAPTA Irene Davis, PhD, PT, FAPTA, FACSM, FASB Reed Ferber PH.D., CAT(C), ATC: Director - Running Injury Clinic 2017 UVA Running Medicine Conference PubMed Website MedLine Home Page Jack Daniels's Run Smart Project Book: Anatomy For Runners Run To The Top podcast with Dr. Santos Run To The Top podcast with Drew Watts Saucony Stride Lab app for iOS Saucony Freedom Shoes Steve Magness Amazon Author Page Runner's World Article: How to Use a Lacrosse Ball for Recovery Carrom Balance Board Hyperice Vibration Ball Rep Lab - Jay's lab blog Tina’s Dynamic Warm-up Drills We really hope you’ve enjoyed this episode of Run to the Top. The best way you can show your support of the show is to share this podcast with your family and friends and share it on your Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media channel you use. If more people who know about the podcast and download the episodes, it means I can reach out to and get through to the top running influencers, to bring them on and share their advice, which hopefully makes the show even more enjoyable for you!
Episode 34 - Jay Dicharry, World Renowned Bio-Mechanist
Zwift PowerUp Tri Podcast
A new year often brings with it a newly dedicated focus to our training and racing, but sometimes we overlook the the little things that could benefit us most. In this episode we bring in world renowned bio-mechanist, author, and cookie connoisseur, Jay Dicharry to enlighten us on what we really need to focus on structurally, and as he explains, posturally to have our best shot at hitting our training healthy and efficiently. Listen in if you want to be faster and stronger this year, and if you want some laughs along the way!
175. Injury Expert Jay Dicharry on the 4 Physical Skills Needed for Pain-Free Running
The Strength Running Podcast
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 Track and Field. Recently, Jay created and founded MOBO Board, an innovative foot stability tool. In this episode we talk about the 4 skills that Jay deems absolutely necessary for healthy, pain-free running. Those are postural control, rotational stability, hip dominance, and individual skeletal alignment. We go into detail on all of these, talking about what they are, why they’re important, and how to build these skills into your training. For more on injury prevention, join our free prevention course here.
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#204 Jay Dicharry's Mobo Board and building foot strength/control
The Negative Splits Podcast
This is the ultimate guide to the Mobo Board - Jay Dicharry's latest invention. Why did he invent it? Was it scary to create his own start-up business? What is the difference between this and a wobble board? How can a runner benefit from adding this to their routine? When is the best time to use it? And what Jay's got his eye on next…
In episode 7 of Fitter & Faster, physical therapist Jay Dicharry joins host Emma-Kate Lidbury to talk about injury prevention. Dicharry is an expert in the field of movement and biomechanical analysis and has helped thousands of triathletes overcome injury. He gives some great insights into how to stay injury-free, perhaps the most important of all being learning how to move well and building a body that is strong and robust enough to withstand the many hundreds of miles you want to swim, bike, and run. Dicharry, who is the author of Running Rewired, also talks about some of the biggest mistakes he sees triathletes making and gives us some exercises to help keep injuries at bay.
Episode 53: Jay Dicharry- US Physical Therapist, Renown Running biomechanics researcher and author.
Run Culture Podcast
On episode 53 of the Run Culture Podcast I interviewed Jay Dicharry.Jay Dicharry is a US Physical Therapist and world renown researcher specialising in running biomechanics. He was the Director of the Speed Clinic at the University of Virginia and now is the Director of the Rep Biomechanics Lab in Bent, Oregon. Jay consults for a variety of footwear companies and many US Olympic track and field athletes. Jay has a passion for solving injury problems and optimising performance. Today, I hammer Jay with many questions about running biomechanics; what’s important, what’s not. Jay is a big advocate for ‘preparing our bodies to run’ he talks about this in the podcast and in great detail in his two books; Running Rewired and Anatomy for Runners.If you want to find out more information on Jay Dicharry then go to his website: www.anathletesbody.com or @mobo.board
Jay Dicharry’s book explains how to reinvent your running for better stability, speed and strength. Alan and Liz take you through it in detail covering each of the books 3 parts:1. The rationale; what is going on with the runner’s body.2. How to drive your run in a customised fashion with targeted precision and performance exercises.3. How to rewire your running brain with workouts to reinforce the new behaviours. Training harder might just be reinforcing poor running patterns. Stop forcing “plan B”, and switch to your “plan A”. Jay uses a step by step approach to tells us how to do this, and why it is important. There are clear explanations of what is going on inside your mind and body, demystifying some of the more common scientific jargon we hear around running.Discover how to find out what YOUR body needs to do to be a better runner, and then convince your brain to send it a revised set of instructions! Sounds magical? Well it’s going to take some work.Jay shows us each drill and exercise in sumptuous illustrated form, before assembling them into a menu of routines. Each person can then select routines from the menu based on needs, skill level, and where they are in their training plan. Liz offers her advanced experience with the programs in the book, and Alan contributes his beginner experience trying to get his glutes to show up for a run! As usual the team give the book a thorough and enthusiastic examination. Is it the book for you? You will certainly know by the end.If you are interested in getting a copy of this book, and also helping out the podcast, you can get the book through this affiliate link: Running Rewired: Reinvent Your Run for Stability, Strength, and SpeedAny feedback or suggestions on this review or any of our podcasts would be greatly welcomed. Leave us a review using your favorite podcast player or contact us on social media.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/runningbookreviews/Twitter: https://twitter.com/reviews_runningInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/runningbookreviews/Podcast Webpage: https://runningbookreviews.buzzsprout.com