Running has one of the highest injury rates for any sport with upwards of 80% of runners experiencing an injury per year. Chances are that most triathletes and their
coaches will encounter a running injury in their career.
To train/treat a runner you must look at them as a whole athlete. It takes more
than resolving flexibility and strength issues to get them back to their sport. Changes in
gait and training errors can play a significant role in injury onset. This course is
designed for all levels of interest for training/treating runners. Topics are covered from
the basics of running biomechanics to advanced gait re-training and training
Course participants will learn how to set themselves apart developing complete
training plans for running athletes by covering common impairments, gait modifications,
gait re-training, training principles, injury prevention, and equipment recommendations.