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Coaching/Training

Dr. Ben Heller

What is Run Efficiency? If you study a slow-motion video of an elite distance runner they seem to bound-along effortlessly, exerting little ...

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The Unescapable Fatigue Effect

August 1, 2016

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

Achieving Pace Consistency in Endurance Running

July 22, 2016

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

Rhythm & Stride Rate

June 10, 2016

Splits are all we have. They are like gold for the runner or coach, providing feedback on if the runner is too fast, too slow, or falling ap... Read More

The Impact of Pace on Mechanics

June 10, 2016

One of the most frequent questions we hear is “How do I compare to other runners.” Answering that question is more complicated than you... Read More

An Experiment with Stride Rate

April 12, 2016

When I joined RunScribe, I was more of a cyclist than a runner.  I’d been a runner in my younger years and was excited to get back to my ... Read More

PhysicalTherapy/Rehab

Case Study: The Impact of Shoes on Asymmetries

October 12, 2016

With the release of the RunScribe Shoe profile, runners now have the ability to quantify how they perform in different shoes, workout type a... Read More

Case Study: Asymmetry & Injury In A Physiotherapy Setting

August 5, 2016

At Physiohaus we came across RunScribe via a trip to Boulder USA. I’m an avid runner and therapist who has had just about every injury goi... Read More

RunScribe Community

Rhythm & Stride Rate

June 10, 2016

Splits are all we have. They are like gold for the runner or coach, providing feedback on if the runner is too fast, too slow, or falling ap... Read More

An Experiment with Stride Rate

April 12, 2016

When I joined RunScribe, I was more of a cyclist than a runner.  I’d been a runner in my younger years and was excited to get back to my ... Read More