RunScribe Research

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Female runner waits for the start on an airport runway. In the foreground perspective view of the  date 2016.
August 12, 2016
Mortals vs Elites – A Look at Stride Mechanics

If you’re like us you’ve been glued to a screen watching the world’s best runners compete on the largest stage. Elite runners se... Read More

RunScribe study set up - with footpods attached to heels and laces.
August 2, 2016
RunScribe Validation Research Study

Ground contact time during running is defined as the time elapsed between initial ground contact and toe off. The gold standard in measuring... Read More

Runner in yellow sportswear resting after running. Jogging man taking a break during training outdoors in on black road on top view. Young Caucasian male fitness model after work out.
August 1, 2016
The Unescapable Fatigue Effect

In an earlier article, I discussed the mechanics of how fatigue impacts pace during a marathon, but what happens to other metrics like grou... Read More

overhead shot of marathon
July 22, 2016
Achieving Pace Consistency in Endurance Running

Pace consistency is at the heart of a runner’s training and is important for endurance races like the marathon. Coaches help athletes find... Read More

NYC Marathon
June 10, 2016
Deep Dive into the 2015 NYC Marathon

Motivation for running a marathon is varied and sometimes elusive. Each runner has a goal – to place, hit a PR or just finish standing... Read More

finish medals
May 27, 2016
The Finish (NYC 2015)

The finish is where you dig deep, give it everything you’ve got, knowing that it will be over soon. In Ellie’s case, we see the... Read More