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Category Archives: Running
I have a look at some points to remember before you face a marathon or ultramarathon. This should be helpful for Comrades runners. Regards, Mike Roscoe.
I want to get some running and shoe related stuff off my chest. So, while hopefully not offending too many, here goes –
I have done thousands of Runner’s Leg Assessments over the years. The assessment is aimed at helping runners run efficiently and injury free. This video will give you an idea of what happens during an assessment. I hope this is … Continue reading
The Sartorius muscle is the longest muscle in the body. It’s also one of the most interesting. This article serves two purposes. Firstly – to give you a better understanding of your body. Secondly – for people experiencing pain in … Continue reading
This video includes three habits that can contribute to ITB injuries. I look at 3 postural habits that you can fall into while Sitting, Standing & Sleeping. The video takes less than 3 minutes to watch. You can read more … Continue reading
There are few things as beautiful to watch as a runner who demonstrates good running form. A runner who gracefully and lightly lands on the ground, and almost effortlessly takes off and floats through the air before landing again. I … Continue reading
The Brooks T7 running shoe is a lightweight road racing shoe. Hope it’s helpful. You can order shoes online from us. Just go to the homepage on this site. Regards, Mike Roscoe.
The rhomboids and serratus anterior. Muscles can only contract. They, therefore, need an antagonist to restore a joint to its original position. With that in mind, let’s look at two muscles that impact your shoulder blades, your rhomboids and your … Continue reading
A look at the Saucony Ride 8. This is a neutral shoe with an 8 mm drop. (4 min 20 sec)
The human body is an incredible machine. Every system is integrated, and each muscle interacts to bring both movement and balance to the rest. With that in mind, I want to look at two muscles, tibialis posterior and fibularis. We … Continue reading