At Run Mechanics, we have analyzed more than 200 runners and almost 95% of them had weak hips. This could be pelvic drop, pelvic tilt, hip rotation, etc. Whether one is a seasoned marathoner or just starting out on their running journey, the strength and mobility of your hips can make or break your performance.
Poor hip mechanics manifest in more ways than one while running - weak glutes resulting in un-optimal stride, extreme fatigue in lower legs, unstable pelvis, and pelvic drop, and a whole host of injuries.
This episode is also on YouTube
In this episode we had Aravind of Team GeeksOnFeet, who is the co-founder of RunMechaics, join me to discuss how to master hip mechanics to become a better runner. Aravind is a certified gait analyst.
We have discussed various topics including:
This podcast episode is sponsored by Athlos. Athlos started with an aim to know what does it take to build functional yet beautiful running gear for Indian conditions. This led to the launch of Athlos in 2015. Today’s Athlos running collection features Shorts and T-shirts made from sustainable and high-quality fabrics like Econyl (recycled ocean waste nylon), Eucalyptus, and Merino wool. Please visit www.goathlos.com to know more.
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