Why is Running Technique Important?
From a young age we are taught to cycle and we are taught to swim, but for most of us we are not taught how to run. Why is that?
Poor running technique can be a causing factor in many different types of injury and can also hold us back from running as fast as our potential allows us.
How Can a Running Biomechanical Analysis Help?
We have been working runners with injuries for over 20 years and we successfully treat hundreds of runners every year. We therefore have a thorough understanding of the problems that runners face, the types of injury that occur and the causes of these injuries.
We understand the anatomy of the human body and the “mechanics” of the body that occur during running. No two people have exactly the same body movements when running, however all of us have aspects of our running technique that can either be corrected to minimise injury risk or altered slightly in order to optimise efficiency and therefore improve our times over a set distance.
The Pulse biomechanics analysis service is run by Will, who has been a member of the Pulse team for over six years and is a qualified Sports Therapist and Running Biomechanics Analyst. Will is a keen runner and, having previously run at county level himself, understands the needs of runners and how to apply the principles of running technique to runners of all ages and abilities and those with different objectives.
The service is currently available in our West London clinics.
Learn to Improve Your Running Technique With Pulse for Less Than a Pair of Running Shoes!
Select a Package
(1) Running Assessment & Coaching Package
Eradicate basic running faults and reduce injury risk
What You Will Receive
(2) Advanced Assessment, Coaching and Movement Analysis Package
Target your technique and movement pattern concerns, minimise whole body biomechanical faults and weaknesses – reducing injury risk and improve your performance – therefore improving running times
What You Will Receive
Contact us to set up your initial appointment or to find out more, using either the contact details or form below.
Telephone: 07861 767 804
Email: [email protected]portsTherapy.com
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