My man on the ground report on this year's NYC Marathon. You will laugh, you will cry, oh... the drama!
Jim Woodburn was one of the Keynotes at this year's BSS. His topic: Biomechanics of the Foot in Inflammatory Arthritis.
Professor Benno Nigg is what might best be described as a Living Treasure of the biomechanics community.
Dr. Luke Kelly recently published some groundbreaking research on the role of the plantar fascia and plantar intrinsic muscles.
Biomechanics Summer School is now in its 21st year and I have been to 9 of them! This is one of my favorite conferences.
The answer to this question, is of course,Â no flat feet do not affect the ITB.
Should we really be shifting away from the concept that "pronation" is at all important in terms of injury?
Do you recommend foam rolling or using a tennis ball to "release" those trigger points? Is there any evidence to support this?
I am shocked by elements of the running community and how they will NOT accept science over their own opinion.