How a Physical Therapist (and 2:24 Marathoner) Prevents Injuries

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Verrelle Wyatt Physical Therapy

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These experiences give you a firmer grasp on how to train effectively, prevent injuries, and break through a performance plateau.

Today is a unique opportunity to get some of this “inside information.”

That’s because I recently sat down with a physical therapist who’s also a high-performing runner.

Combining real-world knowledge of how to train, race, and improve with the professional background of a physical therapist, my guest on the podcast today will give you a deep understanding of how to get faster while staying healthy.

Verrelle Wyatt on Injury Prevention

Verrelle Wyatt

Verrelle Wyatt is a 2:24 marathoner, 4:18 miler, and an Athletic Hall of Famer for his high school. He received his doctoral degree in Physical Therapy from Walsh University in Ohio.

He has two medical licenses in both Physical Therapy and Sports Physical Therapy in addition to being certified as both a Performance Enhancement Specialist (PES) and Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES).

In this conversation, we discuss a lot:

  • His experience working with Cirque du Soleil athletes
  • How having a doctoral degree in PT has informed his running
  • The training that led Verrelle to a 2:24 marathon
  • How to avoid the common injury mistakes that land runners in his office

This episode is an excerpt from our full conversation for Team Strength Running, Strength Running’s affordable group coaching program.

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