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Running Science! Breaking Down Three Studies on Running-Related Injuries
Doctors of Running Podcast, Episode 183

We’re excited to launch the first episode in our running research series! We want to share with runners important studies related to running and hope this series is a good way to dip into the research that stands out to our team.  In today’s podcast, Nathan talks about the science of running injuries. He breaks down three different studies looking at the science behind injuries, their risk factors, and more. If you're looking for a science-backed approach to reducing your injury risk and optimizing your training, tune in!


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0:00 - Intro 
2:32 - Systematic review of injury risk & frequency 
6:54 - Running injury risk factors 
13:20 - Garmin's study on running injuries 
19:58 - Findings on injury frequency over time & mileage 
25:04 - Conceptual framework on injury causes 
33:08 - Physical status: your capability to adapt to load 
38:52 - The most common mistakes that runners make in training 
44:18 - Wrap-up

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