The Art of Running by Malcolm Balk and Andrew Shields.
Master the Art of Running by Malcolm Balk, Andrew Shields.
‘Style in walking and running – A re-education problem’ by Paul Collins; on the importance of ‘giving consent’, as a basis for the re-education of running.
‘Running and the Alexander Technique’ by Malcolm Balk; on the importance of establishing ‘basics’ in runners, such as improving awareness of misuse, establishing a pattern of good use, clarifying conception, etc.
‘Out of the chair – An Alexander teacher on the run’ by Malcolm Balk argues that running with good use is not only an enjoyable and beneficial form of exercise, but a powerful and useful procedure in the repertoire of any teacher of the Technique.
‘Letting yourself run’ by Torsten Konrad looks at running from the perspective of gravity and support.
‘What the biarticular muscles can tell us about running’ by Lawrence Smith points out that the biarticular leg muscles do nothing to generate movement, but distribute power. The author considers the jump, the feet, the arms, in running.
‘Still running: Balk, barefoot and beyond’ considers shoe design and Malcolm Balk’s approach to running.
‘We are evolved to run. . .’ by Robin John Simmons; a brief report on a workshop on running presented by Robin Simmons and Malcolm Balk at the 2015 Congress.
‘Natural running’ by John Woodward; on looking at running from a bottom-up (not top-down) perspective, barefoot, with some explorations of the various phases of the natural stride.
‘Why using your eyes properly is good for head poise and running speed’ by Sean Carey considers the head balance of athletes, in particular Jessica Ennis-Hill.
See also Fitness, Paul Collins.