• Our infamous lecture "Run faster, injury free and with pleasure". Check out the nearest location of presentation.

    Our infamous lecture "Run faster, injury free and with pleasure". Check out the nearest location of presentation.

    By Blaise Dubois, BSc PT, Sport Physiotherapy Diploma

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  • Injured? In need of specialized resources?

    Injured? In need of specialized resources?

    Find running specialists near you

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  • June 7nd  2014- The Running Clinic's Trail

    June 7nd 2014- The Running Clinic's Trail

    inscrivez-vous sans tarder!

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    Bilingual blog specialized in running. React to hot topics with the language of your choice.

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Welcome

Are you a fan of running, a health professional or a trainer? If so, The Running Clinic™ has been created for you. Established by Blaise Dubois this independent website is a must in the prevention of running injuries. It provides you with advice from pros as well as direct access to a range of resources needed to become a connoisseur in the running field. Ongoing training, information capsules, scientific information, biomechanical analysis, and more… you will be satisfied whether you are a trainee or an expert.


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Tip of the Week

It's cold and it's snowing, get outside and enjoy!

Landing on flattened irregular snow is an excellent stimulus for everything that touches proprioception and stimulation of stabilizer muscles. For those who are steping out from the off season, it's the right moment to smoothly integrate most minimalistic shoes with trail crampons and a lighter and more efficient running gait. The slippery snow will automatically get you to run with smaller strides to avoid slippering and the irregular nature of the snow will allow you to gently go from heel striking to midfoot striking.

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