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I’m having some medial knee pain when running (right knee), at the insertion of the sartorius, gracillis and semitendinosus to the knee. This is very tender when I’m having knee pain, but not when I’m pain free. My adductors are pretty tender too (always).
You aren’t heel striking, but how are you striking the ground?
I’ve see this happen when someone is landing on their toe vs mid foot.
Would be a good idea to have someone video tape you from the side so you can see exactly what is going on.
Couple ways to hit the adductor and high hamstring
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You have a point there! I might be landing too much on my toes.
Staying on your toes don’t let your heel kiss the ground.
Your leg is loaded the whole time.
Nate Helming, Helming Athletics, has good videos about running technique& its aspects warming up etc.
Feel free to send me questions on it.
Episode 305: Solving Problems With The Tunnel: The Foot Strike
Update: Been watching some videoes on pose running by Brian Mackenzie today and tried to land more on the midfoot letting my heal kiss the ground, also trying to relax the ankle when running. Still having pain.
It’s solved, at last during my last to runs. Gonna try again today. This is what I’ve been working on: