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Dr. Jordan Metzl - Running Strong, Building an IronStrength Community, & Keeping Patients Moving | RunChats Ep.33

RunChats with @RonRunsNYC

This episode may contain explicit content.

It was an honor and a blast to chat with and learn more about nationally recognized sports medicine physician, best selling author of Running Strong, and founder of IronStrength Community Fitness Program, Dr. Jordan Metzl. The positive energy and stoke level is high and I appreciate Jordan bringing the fire.

Jordan’s NYC-based practice has served over 20K patients, with a focus on keeping them moving and preventing injuries. Jordan himself has completed 35 marathons and 14 Ironman tri’s, so he definitely practices what he preaches.

Some of the things we discussed include:

-Jordan's Midwest roots

-A family legacy of medical care and taking care of people and community

-The intersection of his sports medicine practice and his athletic journey

-Staying active through injury

-Patient care: diagnosis, treatment, prevention

-Running mechanics, shoes, and running on hard/soft surfaces

-Marathon vs Ironman

-Fueling and nutrition

-The IronStrength community

Jordan brings such positive energy and shares so many valuable insights; no wonder he’s a frequent contributor on GMA, the Today Show, CBS Early Show, and CNN American Morning.

I'm inspired by her story and hope you all enjoy this convo as much as we did. If you do, it would mean the world to me if you would rate the podcast or write a review and share feedback wherever you get your podcast groove on.

Connect With Dr. Metzl:

Instagram: @drjordanmetzl


The IronStrength Community Fitness Program:

Dr. Jordan Metzl's Running Strong:

Connect With Ron:

Personal Instagram: @ronrunsnyc

Podcast Instagram: @runchats_with_ronrunsnyc




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