by Henry Abbott and Jay Dicharry
Where people used to just run, now they are now denigrated as heel-strikers or running around barefoot. Serious bikers use algorithms, and hours, to figure out silly things like how high to adjust their seats. The more we learn about human performance, the more geeky stuff like this seems to matter. But the more geeky stuff like this seems to matter, the more sports seem like work. A conversation about how lessons from the biomechanics lab can be best applied to playing sports in 2012.
9th–13th March 2012