There are a number of running technique focuses any runner can work on during their marathon training without sacrificing their training load.
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.
We discuss the unique running style of Priscah Jeptoo. How can she have such an inefficient looking running technique yet remain injury free and run so fast…?
From a coaching stand-point, is there one model of running form which all of our athletes should aspire to achieve? Current running research poses as many questions as it answers…
Some time ago I published an article here on my blog about the importance of Hip Extension in Running Gait. Equally as important as a […]
I saw this footage today on Graham Chapman’s (@RunningTraining) blog and also reposted on @Runblogger… I simply had to repost it here! As Graham says, […]