It is an analysis of running posture to find signs that may lead to injury in training, suitable for everyone, whether running for health or competition, this analysis will allow you to know the information that can be improved, make your running more efficient and energy-efficient as test subjects will be able to see photos of their running cadences on both sides, side and back, in four keystroke
(Running Economy) The economy is the counter-correlation between the energy you have in your body from your ability to burn physically and the speed at which you can run or swim that energy, if two people have the same performance more energy-efficient person will go faster than someone who is less energy efficient. Imagine the stance of an amateur runner with a patchwork of body movements that would spend a lot of energy on unnecessary movements. Energy will run out quickly and wastefully, compared to pro runners who have a consistent running form, all the energy they use focuses on the right muscles in the right direction to lunge forward, running in an energy-efficient way will have more energy left over for running, you'll also get the right running advice from an IRONMAN certified professional coach and Training Peaks, in regards to individual running styles, intensity setting using your body's senses, it relates to distance running, body positioning during running that makes you feel most relaxed and energy-efficient, and finally, drill training patterns that help you get a better running posture. Drill training style, running posture that helps to have better running form.
Low Knee , High Knee , Kick Back , Skip , Leg Bound
The people who should do running analysis the most are people who have injuries from running such as knee pain/ankle pain/back pain, etc., and running posture may be the cause of the injury. Injuries can be solved, and many people who suffer from running injuries have different treatment options, such as Some people adjust their running posture so that their knees are more bent, resulting in less knee pain in the long run, and some have exercises to strengthen the hips, making it less painful and fatigue when running.
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