I’ve spent a lot of time talking about footstrike and where it occurs on this blog. If you recall from previous posts, there has been a large debate about where foot strike should occur. I don’t have to go through
The Running Shoe Industry Part 2: Where do we go from here and the problems with Running Form research. It’s easy to point out problems. It’s harder to come up with solutions. In this post, I’ll give my take on
Running form and shoes are the biggest topics in the running industry right now. I’ve written about each substantially and while I enjoy the topic, I sometimes get tired of focusing so much time on them. I try and balance
Lots of exciting developments going on lately. We’ve got free shoes to give away, a new article on Peaking I wrote for Running Times, and a great podcast on Running Form and shoes I participated in last night. First off,
In Part 1 on Epigenetics, we looked at some of the science behind the new field. This we’ll take more of a theoretical look and try and explore some of the possible implications. As I said in Part 1, the
The study of epigenetics has exploded in the last few years and the amount of new research dedicated to the field is staggering. But what exactly is it in laymen’s terms? As you are probably aware, traditionally we all thought
I recently got the opportunity to do an article for Runner’s World online thanks to Peter Vigneron. While I normally cover training or science related topics, Peter suggested I take a different approach and reflext on my life in running.