Should We Retrain the Gait of Asymptomatic Runners?

I wanted to create a new thread here on Podiatry Arena that explores the theory of gait retraining in runners, expanding on the discussion that Ian Griffiths and I just had in the thread on Use a Wider Base of Gait for Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome . There are many who believe that symptomatic runners and asymptomatic runners can have their running gait patterns retrained to become more efficient and less painful. While I agree that symptomatic runners may benefit from some gait retraining in some conditions, is there any evidence that running gait retraining may also benefit asymptomatic individuals

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Should We Retrain the Gait of Asymptomatic Runners?

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