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    Re: ESPN 30 for 30: Ben Johnson

    Just wanted to say that I caught the documentary on tv. I thought it was good. It was nice to see Charlie again, even if only through previous interviews and footage. Hope everything is going well...
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    Re: Unusual foot noise when Sprinting

    Did he go through a growth spurt or anything recently? Sometimes that can temporarily make athletes a little flat footed. Other than that, check for fatigue(whether due to workouts or lifestyle...
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    Re: Brain Fog

    If you are still feeling this way, you might want to try contrast showers or some other means of alternating hot and cold. It's probably only going to be a short term fix in your case, since you have...
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    Re: Running tall VS Contact length

    Fair enough. I had meant to explain the questions he had specifically relating to mechanics. I hadn't meant it (other than the suggestion of checking core strength and hip flexor mobility and the...
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    Re: Running tall VS Contact length

    I don't know that we are saying separate things. COG speed over ground is a function of the two aforementioned components. Changes in their respective values explains pretty much all locomotion, even...
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    Re: Running tall VS Contact length

    As far as your application of force vs time of ground contact question, they are are related but separate components. The application of force happens before ground contact while the runners foot...
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    Re: HRV: Kubios data interpretation

    HRV actually works the opposite way. Ideally, you want a high degree of variability. Its kind of a sign of autonomic responsiveness/ability to adapt to perturbations. As JohnG points out, at very low...
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