Key tag words: OTS, overtraining, carries, carrying babies, ankle rocker, foot types, forefoot supinatus, forefoot varus, ankle sprains, nervous system, mitochondria, motor patterns, fatigue
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1. Why women carry babies on their left side
- perhaps a transition talk into arm swing symmetry, and built in asymmetries in peoples gait
2. OTS: Overtraining syndrome
this post got many hits
- CNS sympathetic-parasympathetic talk again, homeostasis
3. Chris Beardsley Strength and Conditioning Research
From posts: December 24, 2016 , Nov 24, 2016
4. The ankles have it:
5. Foot types and knee arthritis:
The Association of Forefoot Varus Deformity with Patellofemoral Cartilage Damage in Older Adult Cadavers. Lufler, Stefanik, Niu, Sawyer, Hoagland, Gross
6. Fatigue and motor patterns:
7. Forefoot loading: