What is an running analysis?
Have you ever wonder what your form looked like while you are running? Do you have nagging injuries that jumps from spot to spot? Are you having trouble improving your times despite running harder? Sounds like you will benefit from a running analysis. A running analysis looks at your form and compares it to what is considered optimal form. It is a tool to help screen and assess for injuries. Joint angles that are different from normal signifies weakness of certain muscles and/or tightness of joints. The weakness and tightness change your running stride leading to injury. Stretches, exercises and running techniques are prescribed to correct those deviations from the information gathered. By bringing you closer to optimal running form, it will decrease injury and improve performance.
Why choose 3DRUNNER?
I have over 15 years experience of analyzing runners as a high school coach, college coach and a physical therapist. My passion for helping injured runners grew as I developed as a physical therapist. Specialized movement training allows me to analyze form from a whole body approach. As a runner, who has had my share of injuries, I understand the struggle and frustration of dealing with an injury. Experience as a coach, physical therapist and a runner gives me a unique perspective to gait analysis and exercise prescription.
What you receive?
You will receive a comprehensive analysis of your running form. This will include a how your form can be contributing to current injuries and how it can lead to future injuries. You will receive corrective strengthening exercises.
A 30 minute LIVE online discussion on the analysis and to answer any questions.
Running Assessment ($100)
Why have a running analysis?
- Reduce injury
- Improve performance
- Optimize training
This is a concise personalized running analysis will provide information needed to optimize form and reduce injury. You will receive a detailed analysis of the deviations in your running form. This includes a summary of your form and how it contributes to injury and/or the risk for future injury. Included is a comprehensive traditional strengthening program and a tri-planar program. This including strength, balance and improve neuromuscular control.
What to do?
1) Run 1/2 - 1 mile warm up (depending on your fitness level) before getting filmed. Please use 720p and 60fps, updated smart phones have this setting.
2) Recruit a friend, family member or use tri-pod to take a video of you running and squatting
We need videos of running from behind and each side; squatting with both legs and single leg squat
3) Run at the track, street or smooth running path.
4) For the side view, Take 2 passes in front of the camera on each side. You can run back and forth.
5) Squat and single leg squat 2 from the front and one from the side
1) Wear form fitting clothes
2) For the rear view have the tripod directly behind you. Have your assistant stand slightly to the side as you are running then step right behind you as you run away.
3) For side view, have your assistant ( or place the tripod) in lane where your whole body is visible as you run pass. DO NOT have the camera follow you.
If you're on the street, run in the middle (not in traffic please), especially if the road in cambered. The tripod can be placed on the side of the road.
Due to the length of the video, please send via Dropbox at email@example.com
or share via Google Drive at firstname.lastname@example.org