RUNNING FORM ANALYSIS

WHAT AFFECTS RUNNING FORM?

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 OVERALL

  • Posture
  • Muscle weakness and imbalances
  • Too-tight muscles or too loose muscles
  • Joint weakness or instability
  • Body weight
  • Pace
  • Running surface
  • Breathing
  • Stability & balance
  • Mental awareness & development
  • Running shoes 

 


UPPER BODY

  • Head position
  • Shoulder movement
  • Torso rotation
  • Arm swing
  • Hand position

LOWER BODY

  • Q-angle
  • Leg-length discrepancy
  • Stride length (actual vs effective)
  • Stride frequency
  • Arch height and shape of foot
  • Foot position
  • Gait
  • Pronation

OVERVIEW
Most runners know (or want to know) how far they have run and how fast they have run. But do you know how to run? This is not a trick question. Understanding how to run, that is, the technique of running, as well as having a kinesthetic awareness (being aware of your body in motion) is equally important, to knowing how far and how fast you run. 


The Running Form Analysis Includes:
1) Consultation before the test to discuss your running and fitness history and your goals

2) Full-body running form analysis at an outdoor track or park, or on a treadmill that is supplied by you
3) Runditioning™ exercises to strengthen and correct weak areas
4) Video of form
5) Results and recommendations report sent one week after the session 
6) All of the above is conducted by Coach Mindy
Note: Total time for the session is about 90 minutes.


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Available in our Philadelphia location only

BENEFITS OF GOOD RUNNING FORM

...Faster pace with less effort

...Injury prevention

...Better posture for everyday living

...Increased strength and tone

...Body awareness

...Mental awareness
 

COACH MINDY'S PEARLS OF WISDOM


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Put the FORM back into PerFORMance
 

1. Learn proper FORM before you add speed.

2. Learn proper FORM before you add balance.

3. Learn proper FORM before you add strength.


Run with your arms...
...not with your torso

Run from the hip...
...not from the knee
 


 

THINK.
A new tennis racket won't improve your game if you continue to hold it incorrectly. The same is true of running. Learn how to run properly FIRST.