Lesson 7: Running Form and Biomechanics Part 1 – Runchatlive Runners Guide

by | Apr 7, 2021 | Runners Guide Course Preview

Running Form and Biomechanics Part 1

In Ep.7 of ‘Runchatlive Runner’s Guide To…’ we take a look at Running Form and Biomechanics, topics that runners will almost immediately be introduced to once they seek help from a running specialist, be it a Physio, Sports therapist, Running Coach or Personal trainer.

Though there are some common traits visible in successful running forms we see out there, there is definitely not one optimum running form that will guarantee awesome performance and minimum injury. And although running biomechanics is a fascinating area with some incredible research going on, most evidence based researchers will tell you that the link between biomechanics and running injury is very grey with many quality studies contradicting each other.

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The Runchatlive Runners Guide course will give you the tools to take control of your running, saving a whole load of wasted money & time in the process! The 30 video lessons cover topics that al runners need to know about, including:

  • Warm ups
  • Cool downs
  • Stretching
  • Strength training
  • Running form
  • Gait Analysis
  • Running shoes & inserts
  • Breathing issues
  • Pain Education
  • Rehabilitation, and more!

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#RUNADAY
This course was inspired by the #Runaday #Runstreak #Challenge at www.runaday.co.uk officially launched April 1st 2021. We at Runchatlive decided to not only embark on their challenge but also create this course to help others, especially those new to running or returning from injury. For information on the Runaday challenge, click HERE!

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