Get to know the cofounders of Ochy

Ochy was born from our wish, as former top athletes, to help runners acquire good running technique to reach their running objectives.Our mission is to empower coaches and health professionals to assist their athletes and patients in injury prevention and running technique improvement. We also aim to provide every runner with the tools to become an efficient and injury-free runner. To achieve this, we are developing a cutting-edge application that offers accessible running and gait analysis for all. ‍Our motto: become a better runner!

Ochy was present at CES 2023: the world's largest technology exhibition

We were so delighted to be present at CES 2023 to showcase our technology to the world

Easy way to make a first evaluation of your running form

Don't you think it's interesting to discover your "form" while running? Personally I think this is essential to improve on certain points. And for that, you don't even need to go to a lab.

Top 5 essentials to be a good runner

Being or becoming a good long-distance runner is not just about spending your life in running shoes, swallowing miles and miles head down. The results are there when you adopt an intelligent lifestyle! 5 things are essential to put in place to get the best results during training outings or on a starting line.

Heel strike, good or bad?

Until a little while ago, whenever I saw an athlete running with a heel strike, I couldn't help but call out to him and encourage him to change the way he puts his foot on the ground. But in the end, is this really necessary for every runner?


older articles

Knee pain while running: How to treat it?

If your knee hurts as soon as you take your first steps in the morning, going down the stairs or running, this article is made for you.

Running pain
Running efficiently

Running, running and more running to progress and always go further is part of the daily life of many runners. Running is a traumatic sport for the body and the organism.

The importance of doing a running form analysis

Who hasn't heard a person say "run with your eyes wide open"? and "stand up straight" and "pull his arms out"? Easy to say, but not easy to do when you can't see yourself ! Very often, we have the impression that we are self-correcting and running the same way as Eliud