Is Running Inherently Unstable?

On December 3, 2018, Posted by , In Core Movement Integration,Running, By , , With Comments Off on Is Running Inherently Unstable?

Yes, from the view of physics and biomechanics. No, from the actual “physiological” experience. As an expression through languaging, the act of running has long been described as “falling forward.” While this is technically correct, it is from the brain’s (neurosomatic) perception not at all functionally meaningful. Firstly, “falling forward”…