Whether you are a seasoned runner who has seen minimal improvement in race times despite increases in training or you’re a runner who is consistently nagged by injuries, video run gait analysis can help you.
Unlike the free run gait analysis done at running stores to help select the correct shoe for your stride (which is also very important), our video run gait analysis actually identifies areas where a runner’s biomechanics can be improved. Video allows us to isolate single elements of your stride and recommend drills to improve your form. These improvements typically result in a more efficient stride over time. This allows the runner to run further and faster with less likelihood of injury.
Additionally video provides runners with visual feedback specific to their individual running technique. The runner can improve their form more quickly since they know what their improved running stride should look and feel like.
Video Run Gait Analysis includes:
- Evaluation of your current running form
- Dynamic Stretching Protocol
- Online video of your running prior to and after receiving run-form coaching
- A written document that details all of the elements that are evaluated and drills that correspond to biomechanical issues.
What our athletes are saying…
“WannaTri inspired me to want to step outside my box, and get off the couch. I knew that I would be in great hands throughout the Couch to 5k process. My challenge was the list of excuses I created to avoid running. In the past I have dealt with knee pain, and thought that running would make it worse. But it surprised me that with the proper form, I didn’t experience any discomfort during or after my training workouts. The coaching I received was essential to my success in running a 5k. Seth and Sarah committed their time to analyze my existing form. They provided detailed feedback on changes I can make to improve in my stride so that I don’t use too much energy in movements. I really enjoying working with the two of you, and appreciate all of the training information and encouragement. I know not everyone gets the chance to run with their coach on their first run, so thank you for taking that additional time with me. I hope I made you proud, it won’t be my last race!” -MD
“The epiphany was the Lost Dutchman half marathon. I’m a natural skeptic and most skeptical of myself. I really was very doubtful of my ability to carry out the race plan. It was a speed and distance I’d never done before. But when I executed the plan and finished the race in EXACTLY the time you predicted – that was like magic; it works! It was a big confidence boost that if I had the mental discipline, the training would get me there.” -BAM
“When I decided to run a marathon, trying to figure out a schedule on my own, all the route planning, etc., were obstacles that my inherent procrastinating self could never get past to accomplish this by myself. For me it was doing this by being coached or not doing it at all.” -JM