Wed, 17 October 2018
Family medical doctor and Air Force Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Dr. Mark Cucuzzella is our interview guest today in Episode 1434 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”
Dr. Mark Cucuzzella from DrMarksdesk.com, Air Force Reserve Lieutenant Colonel, practices Family Medicine in Ranson and Martinsburg, West Virginia. He is a Professor at West Virginia University School of Medicine and conducts Continuing Medical Education courses on health, fitness, and running through HealthFitU and developed the US Air Force Efficient Running Program. Mark has run competitively for almost four decades, with more than one hundred marathon and ultramarathon finishes, and he continues to compete as a national-level masters runner with thirty straight years under a 3-hour marathon. Mark owns the first minimalist running and walking shoe store, Two Rivers Treads. He has also been named a Distinguished Mountaineer by the Governor of West Virginia, a Blue Ridge Outdoors Pioneer, Air Force Athlete of the Year, Colorado Academy of Family Physicians’ Teacher of the Year, is inducted into the Marine Corps Marathon Hall of Fame (2018), and has received the President’s Award from the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine. He lives in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, with his wife and two children. His new book “Run For Your Life” summarizes the science and the soul of running, nutrition, and physical activity to help you maintain a vigorous life.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Mark talk about his book Run For Your Life and his motivation for writing it, posture and walking as the foundation of health, healthy aging, the importance of community, larger system change, how people have received the books so far and some of the comments he gets, and much more.
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