Episode 53 with Chris Napier [Running Shoes]

Episode 53 with Chris Napier [Running Shoes]

In this episode Dr Chris Napier, Physiotherapist and Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia (and 2:33 marathoner) summarises his recent BJSM editorial on the logical fallacies in the running shoe debate, and we talk about how runners (both uninjured and injured) should choose shoes, what the evidence tells us (and doesn’t yet tell […]

Episode 16: Izzy Moore [Running Economy]

Episode 16: Izzy Moore [Running Economy]

In this episode, we welcomed Dr Izzy Moore from Cardiff Metropolitan University and discussed how the body self-optimises running, whether we should change the way we run for performance gains, and what effects on performance may be if we are changing running technique in the context of injury. We also talked about running footwear in the […]

Episode 11: James Dunne [Gait Retraining]

Episode 11: James Dunne [Gait Retraining]

In this episode, we talk about gait retraining in runners with James Dunne. James is a very well respected running coach and the owner of the Kinetic Revolution website and joined us to talk about why and when we might change someone’s running technique, and how we may go about doing it. It shouldn’t surprise […]

Episode 3: Chris Bishop [3D Gait Analysis]

Episode 3: Chris Bishop [3D Gait Analysis]

 In this episode Chris Bishop goes deeper into the topic we briefly touched on in Episode 2 – 3D gait analysis. Are the comparisons made with 2D analysis valid? Is it worth the outlay and will it change clinical outcomes? This and more. Audio Podcast: (download all episodes as podcasts here) About Chris Bishop: […]