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Hi, everyone. As I slowly get up to speed on #socialmedia, I thought I'd take a moment to introduce myself: @Stanford Economics Professor, @SIEPR Director, @MIT & @Harvard alum, @NBER Research Associate, @WhiteHouseCEA alum, aspiring #marathoner, and #Boston sports fan.
On this channel, you can expect to hear some of my thoughts on #economicpolicy at the federal, state, and local level in the United States. My hope is to give those with an interest a deeper understanding of gov't policies through a nonpartisan, data-driven lens. #EconTwitter
Until my next post, I'll be training for the @HNLmarathon and hoping the @RedSox stay strong after the all-star break. Stay-tuned, enjoy the summer days, and talk soon!!
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Now the hysteria has mellowed, let’s talk about this photo in a little thread
This not a photo of @joshuacheptege1’s ‘over-pronation’ - this is a photo of the foot slipping off the platform as it moves through the contact phase.
The shoe last is generic however there are race characteristics within feet that differ drastically from the last shape.
Those who deal with African and Asian players in football appreciate the struggles of a pes planus foot type wrestling with the last shape of the boot.
So let’s summarise;
This is a photo of Joshua hammering around a bend, leaning a few degrees to the left and his foot sliding through the transition.
It’s not a photo to grandstand pronation vs injury, this is not a photo to grandstand how pronation occurs in elites - cont.
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