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Helen Hall: The Secret to Pain Free Running (and Walking!)

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Helen Hall: The Secret to Pain Free Running (and Walking!)

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In this November 2021 episode of Feel Better, Live More, Dr. Rangan Chatterjee talks to running coach Helen Hall about the secrets to more efficient and pain-free running and movement.

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Helen Hall: The Secret to Pain Free Running (and Walking!)

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Helen Hall: The Secret to Pain Free Running (and Walking!)

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Overview

Running is a natural state of the human body, but our ability to run effortlessly has deteriorated over time. The numbers of running injuries amongst athletes and amateur runners are growing, as are the misconceptions about why they occur.

Dr. Rangan Chatterjee is a British physician, author, and television presenter for the BBC. In his books, TV appearances, and radio shows, Chatterjee takes a holistic approach to health, explaining how eating, moving, and resting properly can help us lead a healthier life. Chatterjee's podcast Feel Better, Live More features various experts on medicine, nutrition, psychology, and sports.

In this episode from November 2021, Chatterjee talks to Helen Hall — the founder of Perpetual Forward Motion Efficient Running Coaching, and his personal running coach. The pair discuss common running misconceptions and how we can make running a healthier, more enjoyable part of our lives.

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"As soon as you become more aware of how you move, how stacked your body is, how effortlessly it moves, breathing improves, digestion improves. With better movement on the outside, you're getting better movement on the inside."

Helen Hall

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