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Running Analysis

Running Analysis is unavailable in the National Lockdown. If you are in pain Physiotherapy or Sports Therapy may help you

We know running.  Not just the technicalities but the mindset and desire to achieve your goal – whether that’s to shave seconds or minutes from a PB or to jog without issue just for pleasure.  We commonly see people who either want to be more efficient in their running, or who are plagued by an injury that’s making what should be enjoyable an absolute nightmare. 

Balanced biomechanics, form, and technique are key factors to running faster and more efficiently with less risk of injury.  Correct running form ensures that we create and maintain linear momentum, reduce joint impact, minimize energy loss and maximize efficiency and economy.

It’s also really good planning to get your biomechanics and technique checked by an expert ahead of any training plan to ward off any impending issue, and to inform a running prehabilitation prescription.

Most importantly, we work closely with you – whatever your running experience, pace, size, shape or talent. If you want to run, jog or shimmy, we will help you #beYOURbest!

Level 1 or 2?

We have two Observational Running Assessments – the only difference between Levels 1 and 2 is your current level of fitness and running experience.  Either way you will be working with a Sports Therapist and Strength & Conditioning Coach with advanced training in running biomechanics, running re-education and personal coaching. 

LEVEL ONE – 9-minute miles or steadier

LEVEL TWO – Sub 9-minute miles

Overview & outcomes:

Outcomes:

Running Re-education Sessions (thereafter if required)

Where anomalies of running form are identified we work with you to strip down and correct your technique over progressive running re-education sessions.  We do this with the application of cues, running drills and corrective exercises in 1:1 focused sessions specifically for you and your goals.  We draw on our knowledge of injury mechanisms, movement patterns and rehabilitation to provide you with bite-size chunks of homework to deliver effective change.

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