>Running has always been the one discipline that presents the greatest amount of risk in terms of injury but gives the greatest opportunity for fitness. Ever since I started running about 5 months ago (doesn’t seem so long ago) I’ve taken exceptional care to make sure I run with the proper running technique. I’ve gone to a running clinic, read as many books about it as I can and captured as many pictures and video footages of me running as I can so that improve my running form.
My greatest challenges remains the same as when I first wrote about my running problems. and you can see it in the video below,
I wrote in an earlier post my thoughts about commitment and improving and perfecting my stride is certainly something I am committed to. It’s not easy and I’ve hobbled back home a few times wincing in pain. Ice has been my best friend and it sometimes takes me an hour to ice every part of my legs from my ankles to my calfs to my knees.
Yesterday I took some video footage of me running just to see where I am at so that I know what to focus on in the coming few weeks. The greatest improvement has been my POSE technique (POSE running is a technuque developed by Dr Nicholas Romanov, a sports scientist and 2 time Olympic coach. Learn more about POSE Method here).
This is my current running form and it’s interesting to see the progression.
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