A recent New York Times article “How to Run Like a Girl,” explored the differences between women and men who run.
One of the experts featured in the story is physical therapist Blaise Williams, PT, PhD, who studies running mechanics at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU).
Running mechanics is a new area of research. Much is still unknown, but this much is clear: women and men do tend to run differently.
In this episode of Move Forward Radio, Williams discusses how women and men run differently, and what’s in the future for running science.