Running science

Running Form Tests, Technique Cues, and Footstrike Patterns with Physical Therapist Matthew Silver

There are two important tests that runners can use to better conceptualize their own running form, and we’re sharing them with you on the show. Dr. Matthew Silver is a doctor of physical therapy, coach, cross country athlete, founder of … The post Running Form Tests, Technique Cues, and Footstrike Patterns with Physical Therapist Matthew

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How to Stay Healthy By Strengthening Your Midstance with Coach Chris Johnson, DPT

The midstance phase of a running stride is a crucial element of running form, but many runners are ignoring it. Chris Johnson, DPT is a Seattle-based physical therapist, performance coach, entrepreneur, and multiple time Kona IRONMAN qualifier who shares how … The post How to Stay Healthy By Strengthening Your Midstance with Coach Chris Johnson,

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PT & MOBO Creator Jay Dicharry on Tissue Health: How to Strengthen Bones & Tendons

When runners get hurt, it’s often a tissue health problem, like a tendon injury. How can we prevent that? Jay Dicharry is a physical therapist, author, entrepreneur, and faculty member at Oregon State University who knows a lot about tissue … The post PT & MOBO Creator Jay Dicharry on Tissue Health: How to Strengthen

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Steve Magness – The Science of Running – Athletics Illustrated

© Copyright – 2012 – Athletics IllustratedSteve Magness recently accepted a coaching position with the University of Houston, his alma mater. Previously he was assistant coach at Nike Oregon Project, leading up to the 2012 London Olympic Games. He ran in the NCAA for Rice University and the University of Houston.Personal bests:800m-1:52.12 1500m- 3:43.87 1

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