The Science & Practice of Running with Dr. Phil Hayes
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Dr. Phil Hayes is a sport scientist, running coach and the co-editor of a new book titled 'The science & practice of middle & long distance running'.  We start with learning about the book and the hard work that goes into producing it. Then we turn our attention to racing principles including. What are some key misconceptions runners have when increasing their performance? What measurements should a runner be monitoring within their training? What are some general guidelines around the perfect taper?
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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 2 Brodie will talk about: Your responses and personal experiences with leg length discrepancy, what treatments have...
Published 09/16/21
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...
Published 09/12/21
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Published 09/09/21