Today, Brodie reviews a paper titled 'Do Injury-Resistant Runners Have Distinct Differences in Clinical Measures Compared to Recently Injured Runners?
This study tested 116 recently injured runners, 61 acquired re-injury resistant runners and 46 never injured runners. They tested muscle strength, joint mobility, foot posture and other clinical measurements to gather any conclusion.
Listen in as Brodie discusses the results, conclusions, limitations and the final take-aways summarising this study.
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Denny Krahe is a Running coach & the host of Diz Runs Radio. Today, we dive into HR and effort-based training. I and the podcast patrons ask the following questions:
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How do you see runners misusing this...