Low back, pelvic, and hip stability are so important. I’ll relate them back to a concept of “proximal stability.” I’ve touted the benefits of core strength before–both articles can be found here and here. I’m not looking to beat a … Continue reading →
One of the most common run flaws amongst sub-elite runners is the tendency to toe out when they run. It’s often accompanied with other activities, too (standing and walking). For most, toed out gait is completely subconscious. Your friends may … Continue reading →
Steve Gonser graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Daemen College, instantly applying his knowledge of human movement and functional anatomy to his passion for running. Steve is a 2x Ironman, including a 10:41 finish in Lake Placid and a Sub-3 hour marathoner.