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Biomechanics graduate first post

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Twooms, Jun 12, 2012.

  1. Twooms

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    Hello to all, my name is Thomas and I am a graduate from Ireland with honors in BSc Sport and Exercise Science and MSc Sport ans Exercise Biomechanics. I am now working as a biomechanist in Melbourne Australia within a footwear store and find a lot of the forums on here intriguing and I am loving the level of debates and banter, it has really gotten me thinking and exploring ideas. I look forward to getting involved in some discussions and making connections with like minded individuals. My main interests at the moment are on "Big Bulky Shoes" (as they are colloquially known here :D) vs minimalist/barefoot footwear, analysis of running technique, lower limb biomechanics, sport specific biomechanics, orthotics and injuries.
     
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