On this episode Brodie illustrates the importance of eccentric control for runners. He breaks down the different phases of the running cycle and points out different muscle groups undertaking eccentric control.
Next, Brodie dives into the benefits of eccentric training including force production, flexibility and rehabilitation purposes.
We finish with listing off some key eccentric exercises, how to change the tempo of your current exercises and how to practically implement each.
Brodie dives into a 2005 review paper by Gary A Knutson titled: 'Anatomic and functional leg-length inequality: A review and recommendation for clinical decision-making'.
In part 1 of this 2 parter, Brodie will talk about:
The prevalence of leg-length difference: How common is it amongst the...
Part 2 interviews Søren Skou a Professor at the University of Southern Denmark in the Research department for Musculoskeletal Function and Physiotherapy.
We continue the discussion on meniscus injuries for runners and focus our attention on the chronic population, especially with the correlation...
Prof. Jonas Thorlund is Head of the Research Unit for Musculoskeletal Function and Physiotherapy at the University of Southern Denmark. His research interests are around knee meniscus injuries and developments in knee arthritis.
Brodie chats to Jonas about the anatomy and physiology around acute...