RunScribe in the Literature
Excited to share the growing number of studies involving RunScribe sensors!
Clinics and other Professionals using RunScribe.
Research Studies involving RunScribe.
Increased Contact Time and Strength Deficits in Runners with Exercise-Related Lower Leg Pain
Rachel M Koldenhoven, Amy Virostek, Alexandra F DeJong, Michael Higgins, Jay Hertel – Link to Paper
Using a wireless consumer accelerometer to measure tibial acceleration during running: agreement with a skin-mounted sensor
Leona Brayne, Andrew Barnes, Ben Heller & Jonathan Wheat – Link to Paper
RunMerge: Towards EnhancedProprioception for AdvancedAmateur Runners
Francisco Kiss, Konrad Kucharski, Sven Mayer,Lars Lischke, Pascal Knierim, Andrzej Romanowski – Link to Paper
Beyond “How hard did it feel? ”What can we gain from the use of wearable sensors to monitor training loads in running?
Christopher Napier – Link to Paper
Automatic Extraction and Detection of CharacteristicMovement Patterns in Children with ADHD Basedon a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) and Acceleration Images
Mario Muñoz-Organero1, Lauren Powell, Ben Heller, Val Harpin and Jack Parker – Link to Paper
An exploration of the determinants of sedentary behaviour in desk-based employees
Lamb, Martin Adrian – Link to Paper
Overground vs. Treadmill Running: Do Runners Use the Same Strategy to Adjust Stride Length and Frequency While Running at Different Velocities?
Tiffany MataJohn A. Mercer, Ph.D., Joshua P. Bailey, M.S. – Link to Paper
Exploring kinematic asymmetry by means of wearable sensors during marathon race
Aliaksandr Leuchanka, Zachary Switaj, Tim Clark – Link to Paper
Use of wearable sensors for measurement of spatiotemporal variables during marathon race
Aliaksandr Leuchanka, Zachary Switaj & Tim Clark – Link to Paper
Validation Studies involving RunScribe.
Validation of Foot-Strike Assessment Using Wearable Sensors During Running
Alexandra F DeJong , Jay Hertel – Link to Paper
Validating commercial wearable sensors for running gait parameters estimation
[Note: this study was performed with the RunScribe pods mounted on the Heel which has not been recommended since 2018!]
Pairot de Fontenay B, Roy JS, Dubois B, Bouyer L and Esculier JF – Link to Paper
Agreement between the spatiotemporal gait parameters from two different wearable devices and high-speed video analysis
Felipe García-Pinillos, , Pedro Á. Latorre-Román, and Luis E. Roche-Seruendo – Link to Paper
Validation of a Wearable Sensor for Measuring Running Biomechanics
Koldenhoven R.M. · Hertel J. – Link to Paper
Supplementary Material for: Validation of a Wearable Sensor for Measuring Running Biomechanics
Koldenhoven R.M. Hertel J. – Link to Paper
Running biomechanics as measured by wearable sensors: effects of speed and surface
Christina R. Hollis, Rachel M. Koldenhoven, Jacob E. Resch & Jay Hertel – Link to Paper
Validation of RunScribe inertial sensor for measuring foot strike angle
Janelle Romanchuk – Link to Paper
Influence of Placement on the Validity of RunScribe
Michael Giambrone – Link to Paper
Influence of RunScribe™ placement on the accuracy of spatiotemporal gait characteristics during running
Felipe García-Pinillos, José M Chicano-Gutiérrez, Emilio J Ruiz-Malagón, Luis E Roche-Seruendo – Link to Paper