Running Posture.Each person's running posture is different. Running postures vary according to your genetical makeup as well as your postural habits, body weight and size.
However, you can improve your running technique with awareness and techniques training.
There are many training programmes for correcting your running posture on the market today. I am a runner and triathlete myself and took part in a Chi running workshop given by our very own Irish runner Caitriona McKiernan last year. The course was very interesting, very productive and I gained a lot through my attendance. I found that it helped me to enhance my own approach to running and also helped me to offer better support to my clients - especially those who wished to run injury-free and enjoy the long list of running health benefits.
Now, I find that when I work with my clients in my physiotherapy practice to achieve and maintain good posture I use these new techniques along with the variety of proved and tested approaches I have used previously.
I would like to share my approach with you now.
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