100 thoughts on “Nike Challenged Me…

  1. "You at home who goes for a run ones a month." Yeah. Sure. More like ones a year. But thanks for believing in me. 🙂

  2. The closest I’ll get to Nike greatness is the pass I get to shop in the Nike employee store I get from the school district I work for. 40% off and it’s still too expensive. Welcome Oregon Dr. Mike, come back for Hood to Coast, it’s a blast!

  3. Hey Dr. Mike! Could you do a video about medical anxiety and fear about having a certain illness? I'd love to hear what a doctor thinks about it!

  4. If you like this comment and if this gets a lot of likes, I will edit this comment to confuse people about why it got so many likes

  5. i have an important question does being vegan really improve your health and does it really good for climate change i know we should eat less meat but being completely vegan is ridiculas in my book

  6. I have a question, it has nothing to do with the video by the way, but what kind of subjects do I need to be good at at school to be a doctor? Very rude beaver too.

  7. I love how varied the content on this channel is becoming. Never in a million years did I think I would see Dr. Mike collab with Nike! 😀

  8. Would a flat foot contribute to foot pain? Because every time I would gradually run, at the end I would have some sort of pain.

  9. I want my ringtone to be Dr. Mike saying "chest compressions, chest compressions, chest compressions." Over and over again

  10. Greetings from Greece!! If you start practicing early on, you will be able to improve your endurance gradually, it's the best way!! Good luck😄

  11. I recommend a study: How many children are born with shoes? Barefoot shoes are the only way to go. Only looking at that narrow toebox on standard shoes make my feet hurt

  12. Hey Dr. Mike,

    I used to run 10ks on my own just a few years ago, but I developed sciatica. I was wondering if there are ways I can adjust to my sciatica prone attacks so I can run more comfortably. I did ended up getting two cortisol shots into my lower back last year, that has helped to reduce my sciatica attacks from everyday living to almost non existing. I’ve only had one attack since then, and it was very very mild. I just want to workout again. I used to weigh 257lb 5’6” in April of 2016; I went down to 188 by Sept of 2017. Now I’m back up to 232, and discouraged when it comes to working out again. I have talked with two PT physicians, one told me that I shouldn’t run again and the other said that I should be fine running again.

  13. Title: Nike challenged me.
    The video stars: this video is sponsor by Nike!
    Me: I didn't see that coming lol 😂😂

  14. Big part of running injuries rise up because they do the same as you did at Nike head quarters.

    Too much running before you body is used to the stress.
    Starting slow to give your body time to adapt is the key.

  15. That's awesome, thanks for sharing your humanness in challenging yourself to do something you've never done before too, one of my bucket list items has been to compete in a triathlon just once to say that I did but not being a runner and trying to overcome fears of swimming pools has been my challenge to achieving that goal, and seeing you challenge yourself reminds me not to give up myself! Good luck!

  16. I wondered if you would talk about the infinity reacts because of the injury reduction, since I just started getting into running this video is awesome

  17. Nike did something right, because I’m about to go to their website and check those shoes out 😅
    But I was planning to buy new running shoes anyway 🙈

  18. Oh dear Dr. Mike, you know you gonna have some thots stalk you now lol….good luck on the marathon though can't wait to see how you do!!!

  19. running a 2 hour or less half marathon is a pretty standard goal for a first time, just train consistently and I can see any reason you couldn't do that if not better. good luck : )

  20. You're literally such an inspirational person, Doc. You didn't have to go beyond your comfort level, but it's greatly appreciated how dedicated you are towards us and towards your goals 🙂

  21. Congrats on the sponsorship and best of luck with the training and the race. I don't live in the States so unfortunately I won't be able to run with you, would have been cool though!

  22. Keep Doctor Mike motivated! Hit the thumbs up to remind him to aim for the 2 and a 1/2hrs mark!! #2.1/2 #youcandoit 💪🏃‍♂️💨👟

  23. Okay so this a little unrelated but ive been watching your videos for a while now and theyve educated me so much. Like I honestly didnt know that i had absorbed so much from your videos until recently when I was talking to my friend about medicine. Honestly youre an amazing person and yeah thats all I wanted to say

  24. As a person with autoimmune issues that deeply effect my ability to walk (my calves lock up on any incline).. I can say that the best shoes I've ever had were a Nike running shoe that rocked my foot forward. I wish they didn't quit making those. They were a small miracle in my life. It would be nice to see Nike branch out their study to include people like me who just can't run because of illness but, still want to walk fast.

  25. Could you do a video talking about the Jameela Jamil situation? Not necessarily whether she’s had or has all this health issues or not cause I think that’s messed up, but about the difficulties of “invisible illnesses”

  26. Doc Mike, since you're coming to my side of the country, running the half marathon, I know a great place where you could test out your shoes and, at the same time, get ready for the half marathon. Are you interested?

  27. these guys are looking at the wrong thing.
    the way i see it is that instead of looking at the shoes people wear, they should be looking at what people run on.
    here is how i solved my running related injuries: i stopped running on flat hard concrete or asphalt and started running on grassy fields and forest soil.
    apparently delivering the same kind of stress to the same parts repeatedly wears them down over time so running on uneven surfaces helps a lot, even cobble stones are better than the flat tracks athletes run on, or the city roads most marathons are mostly composed off.

  28. LOL, I've run 8 marathons and I'm calling BS on all athletic shoes 'science'. Plus CBC news made a bunch of tests on basketball shoes not long ago and the 90$ pairs did as well as the 260$ ones.

  29. Hey Dr. Mike. Before you do sponsored posts with Nike and other companies I hope you do your research on their ethics. Since you're an ethics advocate it's important that you live up to the morals you preach. Nike sponsored a women's running training program which wasn't researched-backed or science-based. Look up Mary Cain. Read this story https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/16/opinion/girls-sports.html

    Not to mention that they use basically slave labor. Their practices are unhealthy, to say the least…

  30. Hey Dr. Mike. Before you do sponsored posts with Nike and other companies I hope you do your research on their ethics. Since you're an ethics advocate it's important that you live up to the morals you preach. Nike sponsored a women's running training program which wasn't researched-backed or science-based. Look up Mary Cain. Read this story https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/16/opinion/girls-sports.html

    Not to mention that they use basically slave labor. Their practices are unhealthy, to say the least…

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