A new study into running shoes found that comfort could come at the cost of injury.

This is Peter’s latest article written for the Conversation.com 23/09/2020 Evolution dictates that the human body adapts to cope with stresses present in the environment. The removal of stress from our environment means we cease to use that adaption. This is why your muscles grow in response to stress at the gym but shrink whenContinue reading “A new study into running shoes found that comfort could come at the cost of injury.”

Titles and links to all running blogs

Did the new shoes cause my heel pain? ‘What happened when we took the shoes from 9 well trained runners?’ A short blog to translate the science Who best to ‘fix’ my running injury? How much training for the sub-35 minute 10km? The Theory of Self-Control: Key to Consistent Running? Memory of the Boom TimesContinue reading “Titles and links to all running blogs”

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”