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Gait and neurology of movement, including, Tightness? shortness? What’s the difference? It's the Neurology.

The Gait Guys Podcast

Release Date: 09/08/2019

Central pattern generators: Why and how movement goes bad. show art Central pattern generators: Why and how movement goes bad.

The Gait Guys Podcast

We love these kinds of open discussions on how and why movement goes bad. Enjoy

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Masterclass in Gait: VIMEO Q & A Podcast show art Masterclass in Gait: VIMEO Q & A Podcast

The Gait Guys Podcast

This complimented Gait Masterclass #2

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Accelerating body mass, foot intrinsic thickness, ADHD gait and more ! show art Accelerating body mass, foot intrinsic thickness, ADHD gait and more !

The Gait Guys Podcast

We touch on many topics today , with many of our typical tangents and soapboxing. We discuss Accelerating body mass in CP patients, foot intrinsic thickness, ADHD gait, navicular drop test, and so much more. Come join us for a listen !

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Gait and COVID-19, Motor Learning, Shoes and Injuries show art Gait and COVID-19, Motor Learning, Shoes and Injuries

The Gait Guys Podcast

We were seeing all of the terrible cases of people over in Asia walking and suddenly falling over and not moving. We thought, "well, that's weird. That's not likely a respiratory cytokine response. We wonder if that is neurologic." And so we dove into the literature, and found an article we bring you today. "The neuroinvasive potential of SARS‐CoV2 may play a rolein the respiratory failure of COVID‐19". We also go into motor learning, shoes, MTSS

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Gat Ataxia, Foot Strength & Glute medius tears show art Gat Ataxia, Foot Strength & Glute medius tears

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Gait ataxia, foot weakness, glute tears.

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Round 2, Coach Mike Lucchesi: Olympic Trials 2020 Atlanta show art Round 2, Coach Mike Lucchesi: Olympic Trials 2020 Atlanta

The Gait Guys Podcast

Round 2, Coach Mike Lucchesi: Olympic Trials 2020 Atlanta. We talk all things training again, a deeper dive follow up to podcast 152 with Coach. Listen to that one as well. Your training will thank you.

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Mini  Pod: Biomechanics, Shoe foam with Coach Mike show art Mini Pod: Biomechanics, Shoe foam with Coach Mike

The Gait Guys Podcast

Mini Pod: Biomechanics, Shoe foam with Coach Mike Lucchesi from SCTC, Second City Track Club. This is a conversation we had as we get read to send Coach and 9 of his runners down to Atlanta for the Olympic trials in a few weeks.

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A A "Farewell to the King", Knee Fences, and Durability

The Gait Guys Podcast

Another deep dive on gait, running, fences, knees, hips, feet and building gait durability and helping people. Plus, a "farewell to kings" (Neil Peart, RIP Jan 7,2020)

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Podcast Reboot: Deep dive on knee mechanics, loading and running. show art Podcast Reboot: Deep dive on knee mechanics, loading and running.

The Gait Guys Podcast

A Deep dive on knee mechanics, loading and running. We discuss patellofemoral pain syndromes, Osgood's disorder, heavy biomechanical principles, and even some corrective ideas. Welcome back ! WE are glad to be back and in your ears !

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Michael Lucchesi : Head Coach, Second City Track Club show art Michael Lucchesi : Head Coach, Second City Track Club

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This is a different kind of podcast for The Gait Guys, but it was clear this talk needed to happen and we felt our listeners needed to hear some of the insights of one of this nation's best coaches, in our opinion. Enjoy the interview with Nike Coach, Michael Lucchesi, head coach of Second City Track Club.

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