Testimonial

The Running Gait Analysis course has changed the way I practice.

“Meeting Chloë and taking her course on Running Gait Analysis has changed the way I practice. I have had extensive experience with runners and triathletes over the past decade as a physical therapist. But through Chloë’s evidence based research, deep understanding of the biomechanics of running/running injuries and dynamic presentation, I have been able to take my practice to another level. Not only do I use the knowledge I gained from her course with every patient ; but I have been able to implement a running clinic so that I can reach more people in the community. I look forward to more courses from Chloë in the coming year!”
Abby Douek MPT, Owner Run Raleigh Physical Therapy, Raleigh, NC USA.


 

Courses available :

The importance of a good posture for an athlete

How to ensure a balanced, stable, mobile and powerful body
The three types of postures.
Anterior and posterior pelvic tilt
The importance of the posture and the thoracic mobility.
The importance of the isometric endurance of the back.
To test the control and the stability of the abdominals.
Exercises to increase the stability and the control of posture.

The role & the importance of the Hamstrings with a runner

The anatomy of the Hamstrings
Maintain healthy Hamstrings fit for the trail.
Risk factors
Test the mobility of the stride.
Exercises for the Hamstrings of a runner.

How to increase the power of the hip

Positioning of the ankle and it’s effects on the hip.
The gluteus maximus
Understand and correct certain pathomechanics in a runner.
Exercises for power of the hips.

The foot and its tendons

Tendons and elasticity
Both functions of tendons.
Differences between pronator and supinator runners.
Exercises

Analysis of running

Factors contributing to injuries.
Analysis of running: ankle, knee, hip, pelvis and trunk.
The upper body and the arms.
Foot mechanics.
Common pathomechanics

Running – Gait Analysis Workshop Level 1 & 2

Maximize your technical skills in running biomechanics, recognize and correct faulty movement patterns to reduce the risk of recurring injuries and/or to increase performance. Learn how to test, evaluate and prescribe drills and specific exercises to enhance performance. Come and learn new progressive techniques to evaluate the athlete. Latest research in optimal biomechanics for runners.
Outline Level 1:
Intrinsic and extrinsic factors that may contribute to running injuries.
The running cycles: the stance and float phase.
Running stride
Analysis of running joint mechanics
Runner’s faulty mechanics: spot the weakness and set it right.
How to prevent Hamstrings injuries in runners.
Priority training for runners.
Muscle – Tendon Complex and benefits of free recoil energy for runners.
Outline Level 2:
Speed Analysis
Advanced analysis and performance techniques for: Flat – Uphill – Downhill.
Differences between Trail & Road running techniques & physical demands.
Runners knee evaluation & Single  leg squat assessment.
Stages of running injuries
Myofascial training for Runners
Breathing

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