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Pod 144: Grounded running, Glute fatigue & Stress Fractures

The Gait Guys Podcast

Release Date: 02/16/2019

Foot placement  challenges, vestibular issues &  spatial orientation. show art Foot placement challenges, vestibular issues & spatial orientation.

The Gait Guys Podcast

Foot placement challenges, vestibular issues & spatial orientation. This podcast is WAY more interesting than the title portrays ! Trust us !

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The hip and foot talk to each other. A research paper. show art The hip and foot talk to each other. A research paper.

The Gait Guys Podcast

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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Gait and Rock Climbing show art Gait and Rock Climbing

The Gait Guys Podcast

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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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

The Gait Guys Podcast

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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Hip muscle response to a fatiguing run in females with iliotibial band syndrome.
Brown AM1, Zifchock RA2, Lenhoff M3, Song J4, Hillstrom HJ3.
Hum Mov Sci. 2019 Feb 8;64:181-190. doi: 10.1016/j.humov.2019.02.002. [Epub ahead of print]

Balance and Gait Alternations Observed More than 2 Weeks after Concussion: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.
Wood TA1, Hsieh KL1, An R1, Ballard RA2, Sonoff JJ1.
Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2019 Feb 5. doi: 10.1097/PHM.0000000000001152. [Epub ahead of print]

Does Running Faster Put You at Greater Risk of a Stress Fracture?
New research finds that speed might not cause as much strain on the shins as we thought
By Hailey Middlebrook
Feb 12, 2019
https://www.runnersworld.com/health-injuries/a26221848/stress-fracture-speed-study/
 
Fast Running Does Not Contribute More to Cumulative Load than Slow Running\
Hunter, Jessica G.1; Garcia, Gina L.1; Shim, Jae Kun1,2,3; Miller, Ross H.1,2
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise: January 25, 2019

Grounded running Reduces Musculoskeletal Loading.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30480615
Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2018 Nov 21
Bonnaerens S1, Fiers P1, Galle S1, Aerts P1,2, Frederick EC3, Kaneko Y4, Derave W1, De Clercq D1.

Duty factor:
duty-factor. The duration of a gait cycle where each foot is on the ground
https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Illustration-of-the-duty-factor-The-duration-of-a-gait-cycle-where-each-foot-is-on-the_fig2_221908232

Ankle intrinsic stiffness changes with postural sway
PouyaAmiri, Robert E.Kearney
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021929019300387