Biomechanical Gait Assessment
Having a good running technique is key for you to run as efficiently as possible, but also to stay injury free. There are many phases of the gait cycle where just small changes can make substantial improvements to your overall running.
From my background studies in anatomy and biomechanics, I have a deep understanding of an ideal gait cycle. I gained additional experience at Profeet, a running specialist in London, where we would carry out a full run analysis to
help athletes overcome injuries or simply run more efficiently.
I can also offer running analysis with the dog during canicross. Your running technique changes and you are much more prone to injury due to the speed, higher ground impact and often over-striding.
I have a multi-stage approach to carry out a full analysis, using simple methods and also state of the art technology to be able to analyse your running remotely. All I need is some photos and slo-motion videos from you, then leave the rest to me!
STATIC POSTURAL ASSESSMENT
DYNAMIC MOVEMENT ASSESSMENT
SLOW MOTION VIDEO ANALYSIS
Improve your Running Style
There are a few options for running analysis, choose what works for you best!
Full biomechanical gait analysis of you running (using video technology). Understand how you run now and ways in which you can tweak your style to optimise your efficiency. Strength and flexibility training suggestions to help you achieve this.
RUN ANALYSIS PAW+
Full biomechanical gait analysis of you running alone AND of you running with your dog (using video technology). Understand how you run both with and without the dog and ways in which you can tweak your styles to optimise your efficiency. Strength and flexibility training suggestions to help you achieve this.
RUN ANALYSIS PRO+
Full biomechanical gait analysis of you running, with the use of video technology but ALSO smart insoles. The addition of smart insoles will provide more data on foot strike pattern, comparison left to right and your pronation/ supination whilst running. This could be a good follow up a few months after your first run analysis.