As we learned in Level 1, running injuries are extremely common. On the surface, running seems like a very easy skill to accomplish. We start to run at an early age and never seem to get “taught” how. Success is often noted by the ability to move from point A to point B in some relatively normal fashion. Level 1 was aimed at gaining an understanding of why runners get injured, introduce our Running Readiness Assessment which is used to identify movement impairments and lastly characterize 5 common problematic running tendencies which are at the heart of many running related injuries.
Level 2 will build upon the concepts utilized and addressed in Level 1. It will focus on outlining a specific system to address the most common pathologies experienced by runners. This includes Utilizing the RunDNA FAST system, which is comprised of the Tripod Approach to treating runners.
Course participants will learn how to set themselves apart by developing complete plans of care for running athletes by learning to address common impairments, gait modifications/re training via proper cuing and running skill development. RunDNA prides itself on treating the whole runner and this holistic approach will take center stage as this material is presented.