Running Form Variability and Protection from Overuse Injury

The concept goes something like this: if there is a subtle step-to-step differences in the way we run, then the tissues are loaded very slightly differently with each step. Theoretically, this is  a good thing and is a potential way that the body responds to not overload any one part of the tissues too much which should equate to protection from injury.  I think my first exposure to the concept was Joe Hamil’s work back in 1999 .

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Running Form Variability and Protection from Overuse Injury

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