3. Then we nailed it. Cadence @ 176 and “run wider” cue took the stress off the shins but kept the benefits at the knee. Running wider meant Mic landed with a fuller foot and decreased the rapid pronation moment and stress on tib post.
These are just a couple of cues that can help take pressure off certain areas of the body. Cues like this are great if you are injured and need to keep running or if you are returning to running. Depending on the nature of your condition we may suggest you keep running with these cues or you just use them as a temporary gear change.
As always we recommend you get assessed by a professional who knows this stuff. You can book in online for a running technique assessment at any iMove Physio at Rozelle, Miranda or Panania.