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October 21, 2016
The Risks & Rewards of Sports Tech for Running

This Simplifaster blog post discusses practical ways clincians and coaches are using sports technology in their programs.... Read More

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June 14, 2016
How Poor are Runners at Self-Identifying Footstrike Patterns?

Running Research Junkie summarizes a number of studies that compare runner’s self-reported footstrike type to reality. How poor are ... Read More

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June 13, 2016
The Hot Topic of Cadence

Running Physio highlights misunderstood aspects of running step rate (cadence) – and what can happen when you aim for 180 steps per m... Read More

Irene Davis, a professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at HMS and head of the National Running Center at Spaulding Rehab in Cambridge (pictured), made a study that shows runners who run "lightly" have fewer injuries. On the treadmill is Laboratory Engineer at Spaulding National Running Center, Matthew Ruder. Kris Snibbe/Harvard Staff Photographer
April 13, 2016
Where Runners go Wrong

Based on a 2012 Harvard study, this article looks at heel strikers (the most common type of runner) who have never been injured. Evaluating ... Read More

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April 5, 2016
How to Start Running

The Well Blog by the New York times maintains some motivational and informative running guides for both new & seasoned runners.  Includ... Read More