Natural Movement, Sustainable Fitness and Lifelong Health with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella on Movement & Fitness

221: Natural Movement, Sustainable Fitness, and Lifelong Health With Dr. Mark Cucuzzella

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 Natural Movement, Sustainable Fitness and Lifelong Health with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella

I am here today with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella, a man with so many accomplishments it’s hard to sum up. Mark is an Air Force Reserve Lieutenant Colonel, a practicing family medicine doctor, a professor at West Virginia University School of Medicine, and a provider of continuing medical education courses on health, fitness, and running through HealthFit U. He’s also a doctor with SteadyMD, the doctor-in-your-pocket service I use and love (more on that below).

That’s just the start! An avid runner, Mark has run competitively for almost four decades and has logged more than 100 marathons and ultra-marathon finishes. In fact, he now continues to compete and has logged an under-three-hour marathon for 30 straight years. His notable contributions to the field include developing the US Air Force Efficient Running program and writing his new book Run for Your Life. In this book he summarizes the science and the soul of running, nutrition, and physical activity to help you maintain a vigorous life.

Episode Highlights With Mark Cucuzzella

  • Why we should all be barefoot more often, especially kids
  • Movement guidelines for kids and adults, and how to move more
  • A compelling reason not to push kids into highly competitive and specialized sports early
  • What to look for in a healthy shoe
  • The surprising reason we are seeing so many injuries in kids
  • One reason we’re seeing such a drastic rise in metabolic problems like obesity and diabetes
  • How Dr. Mark helped overhaul a hospital’s food system
  • What he learned when despite being fit and active he was diagnosed with pre-diabetes, and how he reversed it
  • The dietary advice he considers most harmful
  • And more!

Resources We Mention

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Thank You to Today’s Sponsors

This podcast is brought to you by SteadyMD, and I have a story to tell you about them! I love this concierge medicine company because they have an amazing team of doctors and they match you with one who shares your values and health ideals. This way, the doctor knows your full medical history and is available any time for calls, video chat or text questions. With the new family plan, you can also ask questions about your kids, and this is where the story comes in. Last year, there was an outbreak of impetigo in our neighborhood, possibly from a water slide. (Impetigo is a type of staph infection and it was bad!) Thirty kids with skin infections all at once was a pitiful thing to witness. All of my neighbors were taking their kids to urgent care or local doctors, and treatments ranged from multiple courses of oral antibiotics, to topical creams to both. I haven’t found a good doctor here and was so grateful to have my SteadyMD doctor literally in my pocket. While everyone else was sitting in doctors’ offices for multiple hours to see a doc, I was able to video chat mine, share pics of my kids, and get his advice instantly. He knew my preference is to avoid oral antibiotics whenever possible and he worked with me on a plan to tackle impetigo by using only topical treatments and saving oral antibiotics as a last-ditch effort. He was on call for the several weeks of the healing process to make sure there were no complications and he gave me peace of mind during a stressful situation. I’ve used them so many other times for little things that require peace of mind and even for bigger “does this need stitches” type questions. Check them out at steadyMD.com/wellnessmama.

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