I talk with Dr. Nicholas Romanov about his latest book, The Running Revolution. Dr. Romanov is the creator of the Pose Running, which he says all humans must do when running; it’s just a matter of conformity to his standard. We talk about how he developed Pose running and how it can help runners run faster, and with less injuries.
Is running a skill, or something that we are born to do?
According to the recent book, The Running Revolutionby Nicholas Romanov, running is a skill that needs to be practiced. Romanov claims that running technique needs to be mastered through rigorous practice.
To me, it seems unlikely that mother nature would’ve forgot to hardwire humans with the ability to run properly. Every living creature on the planet learns to move properly without instruction; so why would we need to be taught to run?
I talk with Jeffrey Ford about his minimalist approach to marathon training. Jeff typically runs no more than 15-20 miles per week, yet can run a 2:51 marathon. He attributes his success to using Crossfit Endurance and Pose Running Technique.
I talk with Mark Lofquist about his transition to barefoot and minimalist footwear. Mark has an incredible story about how barefoot and minimalist shoe running allowed him to run pain-free and enjoy the sport of running. We also talk about his experience with the Paleo Diet and Crossfit Endurance.
I talk with TJ Murphy, a 2:38 marathoner, about his books Unbreakable Runner and Ready to Run. TJ found that by using crossfit endurance he’s been able to recover from injuries and start running again. Through this approach, he’s regained his athleticism and his love of running.