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Retul: 3D Motion Capture Bike Fitting

  Your bike should fit you like a glove, and hopefully better than O.J.’s glove. The folks over at Retul have developed a system to make that a reality.   I was recently certified by Retul as a bike fitter.  Details…

Categories: Biomechanics
May 14, 2013
written by: Kevin Maggs
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Energy Cost for Each Component of Running

In March, at the Running Medicine Conference at the University of Virginia, I had the pleasure of listening to a presentation by Rodger Kram, PhD; a researcher at the Locomotion Lab at the University of Colorado. Life has been busy Details…

Categories: Biomechanics
April 8, 2013
written by: Kevin Maggs
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Running with Gumby – Stretching Before Running

For years, women were told to take long-term post-menopausal hormone replacement drugs, that is until someone did a study on the topic with 16,000 women over a long term. Much to everyone’s surprise, the hormone replacement drugs were found to Details…

September 26, 2012
written by: concept168
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Train Slow to Race Fast?

Train Slow to Race Fast There is way too much information to cover on this topic to make it completely informative, so I have included links throughout the article if you need clarification on a topic. I think this topic Details…

September 19, 2012
written by: concept168