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Causes, Effects, and Prevention of Hip Alignment Issues in Runners

Published on March 4, 2013 By Greg

Hip alignment issues, often diagnosed as a leg length discrepancy, can contribute to injuries ranging from IT Band Syndrome to Achilles tendinitis. There are numerous potential causes, both running and non-running, but the good news is there are ways to eliminate or avoid hip misalignment.

Ten Top Running Posts for November 2012

Published on December 6, 2012 By Greg

Last month’s ten best posts cover the usual span of topics include injury prevention and recovery, training approaches, new approaches to flexibility, and lots of shoes – 100 pairs to be exact.

Evolutionary Biologists Driving Evolution in the Running Shoe Market

Published on July 28, 2010 By Greg

More stunning than the mounting scientific evidence that the “motion control” paradigm in running shoe design and selection is wrong is Nike’s own role in supporting some of these recent studies. What does this mean to runners and the likely outlook for shoe selections and recommendations in upcoming years.