RUNNING TECHNIQUE SPECIALIST

Pose Method® Specialist Certification Course | Level 1

THE POSE METHOD: A STANDARDIZED APPROACH TO RUNNING & INJURY PREVENTION

This 2-day seminar is designed to teach athletes, runners as well as sports and health professionals the biomechanically correct running technique, and how to  use video analysis and running technique assessment tools to analyze running gait and identify errors in movement that produce inefficient technique and lead to overuse injuries.

During this immersive educational seminar participants will learn how to increase speed and endurance, how to prevent running related injuries and remain injury free.

Everyone is welcome to participate! Whether it’s for your own benefit or to help others.

The Pose Method of running has not only eliminated my injuries, it has been an integral part of continued improvement in my chosen sport. In fact at fifty-two years of age I’m still improving. A bonus of the Pose Method for me has been significant health and strength improvement.

Terry Roberts35 time Ironman finisher & Ironman Australia legend
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“I attended the Pose Method Course with Dr. Romanov in Miami and it was a phenomenal experience. I honestly don’t know how any human being could have covered as much information and simplified in a way that made it all digestible. It is a simple concept but with many nuances that make it difficult to explain and they did a great job.

The whole thing was fantastic. I would recommend to anyone that wants to learn more about running from the weekend runner to the physical therapist.

Tim BartlemanPolk City, IA

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this online course, participants will be able to:

  1. Operate with a clear framework for running movement
  2. Identify the invariable elements within the anatomy of a running stride and how they contribute to a runner’s speed, endurance, and injury prevention
  3. Demonstrate drills and exercises that enhance the runner’s perception of the movement and improve his/her motor pattern
  4. Use running specific strength conditioning exercises
  5. Teach running technique in individual and group settings, training sessions and in preparation for endurance events
  6. Conduct video analysis of the running gait and identify technique errors
  7. Explain common injuries associated with poor running technique and address those injuries by correcting technique errors
  8. Work with athletes or clients by evaluating their technique and providing instruction to improve their speed

I have been working with Florida Guardsmen. So far this year alone we introduced pose to 2x wellness camps (87 Soldiers failing their fitness test), 50 executive leaders (senior army leaders) at an Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT) workshop, and 6 Soldiers during an Occupational Physical Assessment Test (OPAT) workshop.  They love it!

Jeremy D. Howard, Army National Guard

PUBLISHED RESEARCH + PAPERS

  • Diebal-Lee AR, Kuenzi RS, Rábago CA. Return to running following a knee disarticulation amputation: a case report. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017 Aug;12(4):655-669. PMCID: PMC5534156
  • Pieter H. Helmhout, PhD, MSc, Angela R. Diebal, PT, DSc, Lisanne van der Kaaden, MSc, Chris C. Harts, MSc, Anthony Beutler, MD, and Wes O. Zimmermann, MD. Orthop J Sports Med. 2015 Mar; 3(3): 2325967115575691. The Effectiveness of a 6-Week Intervention Program Aimed at Modifying Running Style in Patients With Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome. DOI: 10.1177/2325967115575691
  • Fletcher G, Bartlett R, Romanov N (2014) A Case Study of Two National Standard Sprinters Completing a Pose and Traditional Sprint Start Technique. J Athl Enhancement 3:2. DOI:10.4172/2324-9080.1000145

Published research and papers are listed here

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