Podcast 46: Georges St. Pierre, Regenokine & Compensation Patterns,

Podcast 46 is live !
Topics: Diffuse Axonal Shear in the nervous system, the new procedure Regenokine, the neurologic status of UFC fighter Georges St. Pierre, PCP thearpy, the new generation of slow running children, posture, compensation patterns, pre-race Tylenol effects/dangers, tibialis posterior tendonitis, shoe selection and so much more !  If you have not listened to one of our podcasts, this one will surely give you a good taste of what you are missing !

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* Today’s show notes:

Neuroscience Pieces:

1.  Future of computing 
2. We have been talking about body part replacements like bionics etc……but this could be the stone in the road to this progress


5. Gait Factoid, posture matters
This week you did another post on running faster and about  ”lifting the head to engage extensors”……  here was an article in the news on posture
– can you give the listeners a neat neuro tidbit on posture and the brain ?
6. Ivo: What is your take on leaving obvious problems and compensations alone or fixing them ?      
7 . National Shoe Fit Program
8 . Tylenol Boosts Performance in Hot Conditions
 9. from a blog reader:
Hello Gait Guys,
What would you look to do with a 20 year-old competitive 5k runner (me) with chronic posterior tibialis problems?
– a short background: surgery two years ago on left talo-navicular joint osteochondral defect, since then mileage has been extremely limited (now it begins to fatigue painfully on 30 minute runs). 
Both sides affected, or sometimes one or the other. Arch of right foot got so painful last summer I was on crutches and could not walk/stand without supportive shoes. Currently the left side is most troubling and I can see no pattern!
Many thanks for the fantastic blog
10. Facebook reader:
  • I thought I’d go the experts on this one. I just took a myofacsical release class and the instructor said the most efficient running gait is by using your psoas. So, forward lean until you are about to fall forward and then contract psoas to lift the leg just enough to catch up with the body. He said this is how all the Kenyans run… makes sense kind of.. but???

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