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Watch as Royston Barksby and Dr. Kerri Whitehead in a conversation with renowned running coach Shane Benzie.

We will discuss movement analysis outside in the natural environment, taking the lab outside into the world. Shane will review a case study in his work with Rhonex Kipruto, the world record holder for the road 10k, specifically the data analysis and study of interaction with the ground and how it affects dynamic movement.

Shane Benzie: Shane Benzie is a world-renowned running coach, movement specialist, and researcher. His work takes him to six continents and many different, extreme environments where he coaches and analyses athletes. His work also includes living with tribes and indigenous people, focusing on natural human movement and how to turn it into human performance. He is also the author of the bestselling book “The Lost Art Of Running.”

Royston Barksby: With a background in Health & Safety and training, Royston has been with dorsaVi for the last 3 years as an Assessor / Trainer and more recently Business Development Manager in the UK. He assists businesses in Europe to capture objective data to reduce risk, create best practices, and use wearable technology to enhance safety strategies.

Kerri Whitehead: Dr. Whitehead utilizes her knowledge in sports medicine to support clients on a daily basis implement dorsaVi. She assists business in the UK, Europe, and USA to bring objective measurements into daily clinical practice, research and sports performance. Kerri has been with dorsaVi for 4 years as an account manager and global research coordinator.

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