here is no such thing as perfect running posture, only more or less efficient running posture. By ensuring that a biomechanical assessment incorporates both static postural assessment as well as posture analysis whilst in motion, it is possible to reveal what would hold you back in terms of speed and endurance. Movement is a series of postures, so it makes sense to make posture assessment and alignment a key element in finding ways to increase running speed and running endurance. Helen Hall, our specialist in endurance athleticism and minimalist ultra-distance running, can help you identify the weak spots in your technique and thereby help achieve the best running efficiency.
Posture Analysis and Assessment to Aid Efficiency
‘Efficient Running’ is the motive that goes behind her efforts to improve your running skills. More speed, less effort, and fewer injuries are the achievable goal by focusing on posture assessment and the 4 F’s: Foundations, Form, Feel and Fun!
Biomechanical Assessment to Access your Evolutionary Running Ability
Rather than focusing on any specific man-made running ethos or style, Helen believes that running is an evolutionary anatomical movement, simply requiring efficient use of the body. By encouraging individuals to discover the working methodology of their human body, she helps them sharpen their running skills. The biomechanical assessment helps to determine optimal posture and body positioning.
With her expertise here at Ten-Point, we have been able to provide an impressive atmosphere to aspiring triathlon and running participants. Whether a new runner, or a seasoned distance runner, come over and see for yourself as to what ‘efficient running’ is all about!