A battle cry for change in the female running world: physicians are listening

Let’s start to discuss how we can reframe women’s running culture from the lens of the medical professional. By Emily Kraus, MD @emilykrausMD It was the day after elite runner Mary Cain bravely shared her riveting story of the unhealthy pressures and emotional abuse she experienced while training under Alberto Salazar at the Nike Oregon […]

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Gait analysis: a Sports Physiotherapist’s overview of strengths, limitations, and tips 

Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports & Exercise Medicine blog series @PhysiosinSport   At this time of year, runners of all abilities are training for and recovering from organised runs: shorter 5-10km distances to the London Marathon. Thus, it is timely that Tom Goom, Sports Physiotherapist from The Physio Rooms, Brighton and East Sussex and creator […]

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Q: What happens when we get a “second wind”? Alex Hutchinson answers this week’s question from the 23,000 strong edX class ‘The Body Matters’

By Alex Hutchinson, Runner’s World‘s @SweatScience columnist and author of “Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights? Fitness Myths, Training Truths, and Other Surprising Discoveries from the Science of Exercise” The short and simple answer is we don’t know. In fact, we don’t really “know” – in the sense of being able to measure some sort […]

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