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Hi, interested in running analysis

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by RayK, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. RayK

    RayK Welcome New Poster


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    Hi,

    I'm an active runner based in Australia. I run a sports science centre and have just been looking into learning more about running analysis I usually work within physiology rather than biomechanics). It amazes me just how many people have problems associated with their feet. I myself have been active my whole life but needed orthotics at the age of 30 and it's been the best thing to happen for my running.

    I'm going to have a look around the site, but if any regulars know of any good threads that you feel might be of interest please feel free to place a link

    Regards,
    Ray
     
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