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Dane Simon Verwey
Run Culture Podcast
Welcome to the Run Culture Podcast. In this podcast I discuss the fundamental principles that underpin pain free successful distance running. My name is Dane Verwey, I am an experienced running physiotherapist and distance runner of 20 plus years.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 23 ratings
Absolutely love listening to these podcast on my long runs. Such a great variety of topics and a wealth of information for us runners. Thankyou 🙌👌💓
Becsta⭐️ via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/30/20
Dane is the king!
Amazing stuff!!!
rrptp via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/09/20
Perfect for runners
Dane has a great combination of running insight, physio insight and connections in the running world to deliver great content. Perfect for all runners wanting to be inspired and gain some knowledge.
BrodieSharpe10 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/25/19
Recent Episodes
Today, Pete does a sterling job interviewing his coach, Dane who is now back from his experience as a team physiotherapist at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. From hotel quarantine, Dane shares how lucky he feels to have had this Paralympic opportunity and how it came about. How he has come home...
Published 09/11/21
Once an Englishman, now a coach to many and many future greats - This week on the podcast I speak to Gavin Burren (@gburren1500). Hailing from Knox, Gav is coach to the likes of @abbeycaldwelll @lachlan_herd and @lissyduncs. With a roster of such calibre, it was all the more exciting to get the...
Published 07/17/21
Two weeks are all that remain before the Tokyo Olympics and with that in mind, I was very fortunate to get the chance to chat with Jenny Blundell. Off the back of her national 5,000m title, and a dominant run just shy of the Olympic standard - Jenny has recently been selected to represent...
Published 07/09/21
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