The week before our RunScribe Plus announcement, we had the pleasure of getting out from in front of our screens, heading down to Felton, a little town outside of Santa Cruz, CA. Inside Trail hosts a series of trail runs, with distances typically ranging from 10K to 30K, with some races including a 50K. We took down 12 demo sets, … Read More
UNLV/RunScribe Study — Summer 2016 Purpose: The primary purpose of the project was to compare RunScribe metrics with high speed video and motion capture data measurements over an expanded range of running speeds and fitness levels. A secondary purpose was to investigate possible relationships between RunScribe metrics and running economy. Methods: Subjects Subjects: 23 runners. The runners represent a wide … Read More
Q: Pronation or Supination – how to tell the difference with the data? – JxRx A: Pronation excursion (FS-MP) is the measure of how much roll the foot experiences between footstrike (FS) and the point of maximum pronation (MP). MP usually occurs before contact time is on average around 300ms. Similarly Pronation Excursion MP- Toe Off (TO) is the amount … Read More
Q: One correlation I have noticed that is pretty consistent across all of my runs is the correlation between pronation velocity and pronation excursion…Overall my RS numbers were pretty symmetrical b/w my right and left foot (which is something that I’ve been thinking about lately – whether or not it’s beneficial to strive for symmetrical biomechanics b/w my left and … Read More
The team at Running Reform pulled together a thoughtful guide to pronation, including a definition of what pronation is and common misconceptions regarding pronation’s impact on injury.