In this part 2 interview with Ryan Twist, we discuss the biomechanics of running gait and strength training. Ryan draws on his 10 years of Podiatry experience and Ironman training to talk in-depth about what to look out for when analysing running gait, the mechanisms of the foot with each step, the windlass mechanism for running efficiency, strengthening tips and much, much more.
If you are a runner, triathlete or have any interest in the science behind running performance, you will absolutely love this episode. There are plenty of practical take-aways to improve your running technique and economy, and to reduce the risk of the most common overuse running injuries.
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