What's I'm seeing now-ishDeception Falls during our snowy hike#RenéMagritteNew Year's day means time to get in cold waterSo #climbing community, I need some advice. Does this call for Gorilla Glue or JB Weld? I'm pretty sure my standard duct tape isn't right for this? #WrongAnswersOnlyTesting a custom Arduino board designed by @mimicrobots. It controlled 256 multicolored LEDs to create #UnderGlow on Avery's jogger.
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Tag Archives: biomechanics
Foot Strike (New Research)
About two months ago, I talked about research related to foot strike and running injuries. That research mostly focused on what part of your foot hit the ground first. Now there’s new research out that examines how hard your feet … Continue reading
Posted in Running Tagged biomechanics, running injuries, Science 4 Comments
Foot strike and running injuries
Several years ago, I started getting back into running. I have been running (somewhat competitively) since I was about 12, but after leaving my college cross-country team, I didn’t really run much for fun. When I began to increase my … Continue reading
Posted in Running Tagged biomechanics, forefoot running, running injuries 7 Comments