Cadence Testing Brighton Marathon

Cadence Testing Brighton Marathon

Cadence when running refers to how many times the feet touch the ground per minute. Some schools of running suggest all runners shoud run at the same cadence, but is this supported ny research? Can reducing or increasing cadence help reduce running injury and increase performance?

Dr Rich Willy: Tips For Older Runners

Dr Rich Willy: Tips For Older Runners

Face Face Face Face Face Dr Rich Willy: Tips For Older Runners Many runners know all to well that hitting 40+ years brings changes; pace decreases, recovery takes longer, injury patterns change. The good news is there ARE specific things we can do to minimise the...
Christopher Johnson: Assessing Runners For Injury & Performance

Christopher Johnson: Assessing Runners For Injury & Performance

Face Face Face Face Face Christopher Johnson: Assessing Runners For Injury & Performance Episode 26 of Runchatlive sees us talking to Chris Johnson, physical therapist, certified triathlon coach, multiple time Kona qualifier and owner of Zeren PT &...
Heel Striking: Root Of All Evil

Heel Striking: Root Of All Evil

Many runners are still being told by shoe shop staff, personal trainers or other therapists that the way to become a better runner and/or avoid injury is to change their heel strike to a midfoot or forefoot strike. Unfortunately, it’s not that simple and despite the good intention it is delivered with, advice like this can even cause injury.