Live Biomechanical Analysis Webinar

Live Biomechanical Analysis Webinar

£25.00

Date, Time & Location:
Saturday 6th February, 9:30am GMT
Tuesday 16th February, 6:00pm GMT
Saturday 27th February, 9:30am GMT

2-Hour Seminar with Mike Antoniades
Shoes, overtraining, lack of strength, cadence and foot strike often get blamed for running injuries. But what if most injuries are really caused by poor running technique? If that’s true, what specific movement patterns contribute to specific injuries? Mike will take you through two case studies and analyse the biomechanics of the runner , to answer some of these questions.

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Biomechanical Running Analysis
2-Hour Seminar with Mike Antoniades
Shoes, overtraining, lack of strength, cadence and foot strike often get blamed for running injuries. But what if most injuries are really caused by poor running technique? If that’s true, what specific movement patterns contribute to specific injuries? Mike will take you through two case studies and analyse the biomechanics of the runner, to answer some of these questions.

Course Overview
This 2-hour seminar will explore running biomechanics and how common movement patterns lead to injury in a case study format.

You will observe the live biomechanical analysis of two runners. We will examine the movement patterns of an elite athlete as well as a recreational runner. The focus of the seminar will be on the analysis, but you will also briefly explore the interventions used to improve efficiency and reduce injury. You will then be able to see the results for each runner by looking at their technique improvements as well injury reduction.

You will then be able to ask questions directly to Mike.

Agenda
1. Intro to The Running School and Methodology 
2. Case Study 1 – Video Analysis, interventions & results
3. Case Study 2 – Video Analysis, interventions & results
4. Questions & Answers

Date, Time & Location:
Saturday 6th February, 9:30am GMT Fully Booked
Tuesday 16th February, 6:00pm GMT
Saturday 27th February, 9:30am GMT

This seminar will be online using Zoom. Please join the seminar 10 minutes early in order to mitigate any technical issues and so the seminar can start on time.

*Please note, seminars will be recorded for future online delivery
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