Yearly Archives : 2013

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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Painkillers–Running the Risks

Nobody ever said running a marathon was easy or comfortable.  Getting to the start line uninjured is a task all by itself, and completing the marathon can be arduous and painful.  Many people would like to make it less uncomfortable Details…

Categories: Injury Treatment
May 1, 2013
written by: Kevin Maggs

Office Based Diagnosis of Bone Stress Injuries

When treating a runner with a suspected stress reaction or stress fracture, there is often a relative urgency to rule out stress fracture or stress reactions because the runner has an impending race.  When bone stress injury is suspected, the Details…

Categories: Injury Treatment
April 16, 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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Appreciating Life and the Ability to Run

I’m normally not a touchy feely, right brained kind of person, so this post is a bit odd for me. Lately I’ve been running without a Garmin.  I’m not signed up for any races and just running for fun.  No Details…

Categories: Uncategorized
March 24, 2013
written by: concept168
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Merrell 2013 M-Connect Shoes Review

Running mechanics is a topic that is on my brain a bit too much; At the office where 70-80% of my patients are runners, when I’m writing blog/twitter posts, newsletters to my patients and most often when I’m actually running. Details…

Categories: Equipment
February 27, 2013
written by: concept168