A Case for Changing Cadence: Injury Prevention

Caption: Coach Amy evaluating a client’s running form. Video taping the runner is always useful in a personal run evaluation.

If you’re a runner, you’re probably familiar with most running “lingo.” Cadence is a measurement of run gait that we can easily measure with our smart watches, but knowing what do with the data is a mystery to most runners. A quick Google search reveals debate among coaches and scientists creating even more confusion. Avoiding injury is a runner’s number one goal, but what about energy cost and efficiency?

Read the latest Roadrunners of Kansas City blog post to see how Coach Amy solves the case of what to do with Cadence data, with some run coaching clues!