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Gait Analysis

Categories: Biomechanics
Tags: running, Gait Analysis, Running Shoes

Recently my wife Hayley and I went to get her some trainers fitted at a local running shop in Nottingham. During the visit, I noticed some huge flaws in how their gait analysis was performed, which I’ll share with you in a moment. First, I’ll give you some background history on Hayley.

During my biomechanics training, I used Hayley as a guinea pig and I screened her on numerous occasions using the biomechanics testing techniques. One thing that became obvious was that she pronated (her foot falls in slightly) on her right foot whereas her left foot was neutral.

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