Tag Archives: biomechanical flaws

Problems are almost always underfoot

I met a friend at a┬álocal Starbucks yesterday. He told me his running was completely curtailed due to a knee injury. This is a guy that already has completed an Ironman. I’ve cycled with him and he’s got an engine … Continue reading

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So tell me, how do I fix what’s wrong with me? Part 1

By Christopher Cudworth Last Thursday I asked readers of this blog to tell me what vexes them in a piece titled “So tell me, what’s wrong with you.” If you’d like to submit your issue to We Run and Ride … Continue reading

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Thinking on your bare feet

Of course we know there is a whole movement toward barefoot running, about which some of us are completely convinced and others, completely equivocal. One has reason to ruminate on such subjects while walking barefoot with the dog on on … Continue reading

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