High arches are a greater risk factor for knee and shin pain in heel strike running than in forefoot running.
2 tips that go hand-in-hand on how to help hip pain from running.
Making a simple change in your ankle kinematics when running can banish your shin splints for good.
An inflamed Achilles tendon after running could mean that there are errors in your running form, particularly at the foot strike level.
Which running style is better? Heel strike vs forefoot strike? Here’s an engineer’s perspective on why a forefoot strike is better than a heel strike.
Making improvements to your heel strike running form does not make running with a heel strike any safer.
Learn why heel strike runners may be more prone to lower back injury than forefoot runners.
Learn how forefoot running and heel strike running differ in impact force variables.
Stress wave at heel strike is tissue-expensive, which elevates the risk of injury during running.
Find out how the wrong running foot strike leads to greater impact shocks to the body and injury.