Associate Professor Max Paquette of the University of Memphis joins us to discuss training load in running, as well as running biomechanics and injury risk.
IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT:
-Training load in running: how should we approach it, and the issues with commonly used methods
-Neuromuscular load or mechanical load: what is it and which factors impact it
-The impact of ground surface on mechanical load and injury risk
-Uphill running vs. running on the flats and injury risk
-Intensity control and the impact of intensity on mechanical load and injury risk
-Injury risk and recovery times for the aging runner
-Footwear, shoe rotation and shoe replacement
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