Research suggests that modification of step width has the potential to positively influence ITB strain and strain rate, as well as hip adduction and internal rotation – all of which are factors which have been linked prospectively to the development of ITBS in runners.
Discover the underlying biomechanical causes of ITB Syndrome in runners. Specialist running physio Brad Neal investigates the muscle imbalances and dysfunctions.
Kenenisa Bekele’s running form is one of the many things that makes him an all-time great marathon runner. In this running technique analysis video, I’ll show you how you can improve your running form by studying how Bekele runs. Learn to run like Kenenisa Bekele in five steps.
In the marathon training Livestream above, I share five of the biggest mistakes made by runners of all types (and particularly first-timers) during marathon training […]
In this article, I’m going to answer the question of whether or not you can continue to run with iliotibial band syndrome (IT band syndrome). […]
Running Technique Quick Guide >>Free Download [PDF] Following-on from my video earlier this week about stride width for runners, talking about Shin Splints and ITB Syndrome […]