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Operating as usual
Enjoying my 30s for another year…
I don’t have anything against getting older, but I do believe we don’t have to aggravate it or obsess about it.
That being said, getting older today is Waywayway easier than it was 30 years ago.
Researchers from University of Jyväskylä, Finland recruited 1,226 participants. The first cohort data were collected between 1989 and 1990 and consisted of 500 adults born between 1910 and 1914. The second cohort data were collected from 2017 to 2018 and comprised 726 people born in 1938 or 1939 and 1942 or 1943.
In both cohorts, the participants were assessed at home at the age of 75 or 80 and examined at the research center with identical protocols. Maximal walking speed, maximal isometric grip and knee extension strength, lung function measurements, forced vital capacity (FVC), and forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV1) were all assessed.
The findings showed that the physical and cognitive health of contemporary older adults is significantly better than people in that age range 30 years ago. Among men and women between the ages of 75 and 80, muscle strength, walking speed, reaction speed, verbal fluency, reasoning, and working memory are now significantly better than they were in people of the same age born earlier. In lung function tests, however, differences between cohorts were not observed. My favorite part is the conclusion:
“The results suggest that our understanding of older age is old-fashioned. From an aging researcher’s point of view, more years are added to midlife, and not so much to the utmost end of life. Increased life expectancy provides us with more non-disabled years, but at the same time, the last years of life come at higher and higher ages, increasing the need for care. Among the aging population, two simultaneous changes are happening: continuation of healthy years to higher ages and an increased number of very old people who need external care.”
The fire hydrant exercise is designed to engage the glute muscles during an isometric hold. In this exercise, we want to ensure the subject is primarily using their glute muscles and isn't compensating with their hamstrings.
To understand how each muscle contributes to the movement, we placed EMG sensors on the gluteus maximus and semitendinosus. Using this custom Glute Engagement Report, we’re able to compare the results when the subject is cued to externally rotate their hip vs when their hip is more internally rotated, which results in more glute activation with minimized hamstring involvement.
It is also beneficial to perform a movement like this with biofeedback so the subject can better understand whether they need to activate a muscle more or less in real-time. The results in this report can be used to show the overall contribution of each muscle group in order to provide a comparison after coaching.
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A lot to consider? Nah…
Great resource for Race day 🏁
New baseline starts today! Let optimum performance prevail in this new leg of training 🙏🙏
An average of 40% of every walking step you take is supported mainly by one leg. When you are not training or putting the miles in, this is still the case. The time in which you are in recovery mode is more than you think; so what can you do???
More objective summaries on our findings to come but which day to day patterns in pressure and center gravity visuals look more conducive to recovery to YOU??
Another exciting afternoon facilitating a lerEXPO event. A Science Based Approach to Pedorthic Care of Runnners and High-Performance Athletes.
I am so grateful to have over 200 clinicians online for an afternoon of learning with us.
Thanks to Pedorthic Footcare Association Erick Janisse Matt Gooch, MS, C.Ped. for building such an awesome agenda with Michael Ryan Bill Wannop Simon Bartold and Dr. Jeff Moreno.
Happy Hump day!!! Make it great 😊
How testing simple things exposes very complex issues.
Why is it so much harder to balance with your eyes closed?
Maintaining balance requires coordinated efforts between 3 different body systems: the visual (what we see), proprioceptive (how our body perceives where we are in space), and vestibular (how our inner ears sense motion, equilibrium, and spatial awareness). Some research suggests that the visual system is the dominant sensory system for maintaining balance, but is that always the case?
My fav model for the trails.
The midsole features cloutec pillows, which is On Cloud’s technology, along with Zero-Gravity foam to keep your movements natural while providing cushioning. The midsole is attached to the Speedboard, which is a full-length plate to aid in transition. While the Speedboard will help with energy distribution, flexibility, and torsion guidance, the plate itself can be a bit firm. Overall, the midsole is lightweight and responsive for short runs and workouts.
My feet like running and playing for the entire kinematic chain
# gaitanalysis # movementlab # biomechanics
Biomechanics helps strength and conditioning professionals to assess these risk:benefit ratios, determine the most appropriate (sport-specific) exercises, and evaluate technique during training and progression through training blocks.
Western vs Functional medicine ? 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰🔥
Adding sliders can change really simple, functional exercises into super demanding, balance and strength focused killer workouts.
More Stability and less depth would be smart but if you are that eager to progress,
Doing exercises like these adds a level of foot work that is important for maintaining foot activation.
Why do I recommend for all your super active days running, training, or doing the trails?
First, they have a unique way of managing shock to help out the rest of the body through each stride. I have tons of data on this!!!
Second, there is a model for each individual’s running biomechanics with no hidden features exaggerating unnecessary motions
Third, they are Swiss engineered, tough, and when they do wear it is more easily monitored and tell tale of what work you need to be doing to avoid making deeper divots in any improper biomechanics you may have, worsened (or gained) through miles upon miles
Next up ….what is a the top of the mark way to treat your feet when not at higher speeds??? Hint …
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After a long day of weekend class and passing a big test, he tears it up on the court …wearing my 🤷🏼♀️ It’s all he had with him.
I’m glad my kids are conservatively adopting my mantra “like is either a daring adventure or nothing at all”.
Who knows this lace up strategy? It definitely is a way to prevent heel rubbing and add support for long runs, thus maximizing running performance 🏆🏆🏆🏆
Team building! Just some health nuts trying to fit everyone into a super small circle ⭕️😂 Love this team of likeminded biohacking, gut health and optimal performance humans!
Whole body electric muscle stimulation for the win!!!
One way to better understand the benefits of electrifying muscles is to think about the increase in mechanical stress. Mechanical stress is a key stimuli for the process of myofibrillar protein synthesis and consequent muscle hypertrophy. In addition, the extra recruitment of muscle fibers cause by the stim can maximize energy expenditure and metabolic stress. Metabolic stress is another key factor that contributes to increases in the cross-sectional area of the muscle.
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