Monthly Archives: August 2011

Harvard Doctors and Supermodels

One of my closest friends, Hilary Siebens, a fellow Harvard M.D., and avid OESHer, forwarded me this post which I cut and pasted below, about supermodel Gisele refusing to wear high-heeled shoes. (Click here to see the original post.) Gisele refuses to wear … Continue reading

Greetings from South Korea on my 50th Birthday!

I agreed to be a keynote speaker at the 2011 International Sport Science Congress for both the assembled Societies of Biomechanics and Pedorthics in conjunction with the Pre-Olympic IAAF (World Track & Field) Championships in Daegu, Korea. Our middle daughter, … Continue reading

Full Print Article in the Charlottesville Daily Progress

The Charlottesville Daily Progress staff was kind enough to send us the digital version of the article written by David Maurer with photographs taken by Andrew Shurtleff. Thank you David and Andrew for putting together such a magnificent article. Note: … Continue reading

OESH on summer vacation, two miles high

The spectacular North American Continental Divide at Loveland Pass, Colorado. And OESH Classic. Featuring the big right foot of remarkable OESHer Will Cooke. Any questions on whether OESH can handle altitude? Or look great on a guy?

The Story of OESH in the Charlottesville Daily Progress

Things have been crazy busy since Sunday when this article on OESH was published in our local newspaper, the Charlottesville Daily Progress. Dave Maurer, who composed the article, is an amazing writer. After spending a bit of time with me and … Continue reading

Newest OESH Test Lab Employee

Impact is good!

I recently wrote an article entitled “When exactly do injuries occur in walking and running?” that Paul Ingraham published Friday on his highly informative website on pain related issues. (Recall Paul recently wrote a guest post for OESH here). The … Continue reading