The Urban Runner with an Evolutionary Legacy

On a 6-month sabbatical in beautiful New Zealand (2017) with Professor Grant Schofield, I set out to perform a review of studies aimed at identifying the most common running injuries. Around the same time, I observed kiwi boys running barefoot on a tartan track. We designed a study to better understand the barefoot activity ofContinue reading “The Urban Runner with an Evolutionary Legacy”

The Capacity of the Runner to Adapt

Last Sunday, I ran 15-miles, barefoot and without breakfast. I was reminded all over again of what made me fall in love with running and want to study sports science at the age of 16 – the capacity of the human body to adapt. I would meet great minds and mentors at the University ofContinue reading “The Capacity of the Runner to Adapt”