Yearly Archives : 2012

Forward Lean, Knee Pain & Lever Arms

If you’ve ever read some of my other blog posts, you would know that I loathe the prescription of “make sure you lean forward when you run” promoted by all the “one size fits all” proprietary running techniques out there Details…

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December 19, 2012
written by: concept168

Stability From the Ground Up

The inability to control the stability of the foot has paramount implications on the rest of the leg and whole body posture. I may be biased here, but this is a must read for anyone with feet. One major tool Details…

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December 2, 2012
written by: concept168

SKORA Form Review

Disclaimer: SKORA provided these shoes to me for review Initial aesthetic impressions of the shoe are that they don’t look like typical running shoes. Some may think that’s a bad thing, some may think its a good thing. I think Details…

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November 29, 2012
written by: concept168

Tackling the Hills

How do you run hills – go hard to reduce the time you are slowed down by the hill, keep your pace the same all the time, or keep it relaxed going up and then surge after? That’s the question Details…

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November 17, 2012
written by: concept168

The forward lean (part 2 of 2)

If you missed the last post I was discussing the idea of getting runners to try “leaning forward”. So far, I have read lots of other reasoning on why you should “lean forward” from proprietary running techniques like Chi Running, Details…

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October 29, 2012
written by: concept168