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Single Leg Stance and Gait Stability

Running is complex gait pattern but can be distilled into high repetition single leg stance.  Further, the ability of the young human to balance on one leg is a critical motor milestone that retains importance at all ages.  Modern biomechanics has given us tools to break down movement with painstaking detail.  But despite this detail, we must never stray from the basics, one of which is supporting the body on one leg. 

Exploring Causes of Exercise Associated Muscle Cramps: Part III

Adding to the growing evidence that exercise associated muscle cramps are unrelated to hydration status and electrolyte balance….

See also, Part I and Part II

Pain and Biomechanics in Running: Determining Causation

FACT: Pain often exists independent of tissue damage

FACT: Pain can exist WITHOUT tissue damage