Given that the action of running is essentially an ongoing interchange between weight-bearing on one leg, and then the other, it often amazes me how unstable some athletes are when we put their balance to the test!
Try this simple exercise to identify imbalances in the lower leg, particularly weakness in Tibialis Anterior. Such imbalances contribute to many of the common lower leg running injuries.
Following my recent post where Pete Jacobs describes his journey in search of a more efficient way of running, the 2012 Ironman World Champion shows […]
Today I came across these two really well produced videos featuring professional distance runner Dathan Ritzenhein (@djritzenhein). In the videos below, Dathan provides advice and […]
The calf complex is an area commonly injured in athletes of all running sports, not just endurance sports. Broadly speaking, one muscular imbalance which will […]
Following on from my recent post sharing Coach Bobby McGee’s informative video about Distance Running Biomechanics, above is another of Bobby’s videos showing three important […]