Using Cold adaptation to your advantage, Walking Rehab “Carries”, Walking and Proprioception.
Other Gait Guys stuff
A. Podcast links:
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D. other web based Gait Guys lectures:
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-Our Book: Pedographs and Gait Analysis and Clinical Case Studies
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Switching on a cold-shock protein may restore lost connections between brain cells & memory function in aging brain.
-“Connections between brain cells - called synapses - are lost early on in several neurodegenerative conditions, and this exciting study has shown for the first time that switching on a cold-shock protein called RBM3 can prevent these losses.
New study in mice in the inaugural issue of Brain Plasticity reports that new brain cell formation is enhanced by running.
Walking changes our mental state, and our mental state changes our walking. 60 sec audio clip.
Walking. You don’t have to have the pedal to the metal.
"Those who walked an average of seven blocks per day or more had a 36%, 54% and 47% lower risk of CHD, stroke and total CVD, respectively, compared to those who walked up to five blocks per week.”
New proprio study:
Piezo2 is the principal mechanotransduction channel for proprioception
Seung-Hyun Woo et al,
Nature Neuroscience 18, 1756–1762 (2015) doi:10.1038/nn.4162Received 14 July 2015 Accepted 13 October 2015 Published online 09 November 2015
Magnesium intake higher than 250 mg/day associated with a 24% increase in leg power & 2.7% increase in muscle mass.
Dietary Magnesium Is Positively Associated With Skeletal Muscle Power and Indices of Muscle Mass and May Attenuate the Association Between Circulating C-Reactive Protein and Muscle Mass in Women
Ailsa A Welch et al.
Carries, lots of carries