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Podcast 142: Running in Circles? How your brain manipulates the body parts to get us to run straight.

The Gait Guys Podcast

Release Date: 12/15/2018

Is symmetry important for biomechanics and energy utilization? show art Is symmetry important for biomechanics and energy utilization?

The Gait Guys Podcast

Podcast 167:  Is symmetry important for biomechanics and energy utilization? Plus, things that mimic plantar fasciitis; Including trigger points you never thought might  be implicated.   Join us each month on the Masterclass in Gait,  link  below Join at the $40 monthly level and get the masterclass each month, bonus material and the detailed monthly content we only share on Patreon. The Masterclass is a formal LIVE presentation of slides, videos, demos, deep dives on topics you will not hear anywhere but here ! We hit the gait, biomechanics, neurology and...

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Deep dive orthopedic, neurologic, biomechanical nerd talk, again.

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Long for talk this time around some central themes in ankle instability with deep discussion on the functional neurology and biomechanics, and of course, how to get around some of the problems.

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We go deep on this one, the foot and hip have to talk neurologically, cooperate biomechanically, and integrate during human gait and movement. Do not miss this short podcast talk on a 2020 reasearch article. This is stuff we have been saying for a LONG TIME ! and now there is research to solidify the topic.

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Today's podcast is mirrored on youtube, in a LIVE format with visuals of the topics we talk about. Come joint us there as well if the audio version leaves some visual holes.

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

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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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Visual targeting during running. How we manage to run in a straight line when we clearly should be running in circles.

1. How exercise reprograms the brain:
https://www.the-scientist.com/features/this-is-your-brain-on-exercise-64934

2. The influence of prolonged running and footwear on lower extremity biomechanics

Gillian Weir , Carl Jewell, Hannah Wyatt , Matthieu B. Trudeau, Eric Rohr, Gert-Peter Brüggemann & show all
Received 20 Aug 2018, Accepted 18 Oct 2018, Published online: 20 Nov 2018

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19424280.2018.1539127?tokenDomain=eprints&tokenAccess=mWfmhgSBXzETDAAhnAbk&forwardService=showFullText&doi=10.1080%2F19424280.2018.1539127&doi=10.1080%2F19424280.2018.1539127&journalCode=tfws20

3. New study: the thick foam midsole in Nike's Vaporfly 4% shoe stores and returns ~45 times more energy per stride than the bending of the carbon fiber plate.
https://www.outsideonline.com/2367961/how-do-nikes-vaporfly-4-shoes-actually-work?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=onsiteshare