Running technique is individual from one person to another. If you ever get a chance to see a video of yourself, or another athlete running, use the tips in this video to assess whether or not you’re overstriding, and how your effective your stride pattern is.
When it comes to running technique, one of the questions I’m often asked is how to run without getting tense and tight through the shoulders and neck region. In today’s new video, I share a number of tips you can use when you next run to help you run without shoulder and neck pain.
In this article, I want to share the findings of a recent paper which brings together the two worlds of scientific research, and expert coaches. This unusual approach helps us greatly in further understanding how running technique can be coached to help athletes recover from injury
In this short running analysis video, I define some of the fundamental terminology when it comes to the basic phases of running gait. This video, aimed at runners provides a degree of clarity for the basics.
Your downhill running technique is an important skill to master. Learning how to run downhill will save your knees and make you faster.
The windlass mechanism of the foot is an important function involving the plantar fascia and allows for dynamic loading of the foot during gait.