Running analysis is the first part of our 1 hour Run Lab assessment. Essentially looking at the big picture.Video analysis of your form helps us to ensure you’re sticking to some simple, golden rules. We don’t over complicate things. Good running form is the first key element to producing an efficient, injury free runner.
A simple assessment for the beginner runner.
Importantly our Run Lab assessment is for the masses and not the elite. It includes firstly, running gait analysis. Secondly, running strengthening exercises. Thirdly, running plan prescription.
Run Lab’s 3 Key Components
Form | The Big Picture
Video analysis of your running gait
Spot any biomechanical faults contributing to your pain or problem
Run Lab aims to tackle your persistent running injury such as Runners Knee, Shin Splints, Plantar Fasciitis, ITB friction syndrome and Achilles tendinopathy
Select simple technique tips to improve your efficiency
Condition | Pieces Of The Puzzle
Assess your current condition
Functional Movement Screening tests to spot any stiff or weak areas
Run Lab helps prevent repetitive strain injuries and keep persistent niggles at bay such as joint pain, muscle pain, leg pain
Develop tailored strength training for runners
Regime | Your Weekly Routine
Advice and planning of your weekly running plan
From simple weekly regime advice and keeping fit, to marathon training plans
Spot any faults in your weekly regime that may have caused or contributed to your injury
Help to set out and achieve any specific running goals
Don’t just take our word for it. Our ever expanding number of patients with running injuries will testify to this. Here is Bob’s story…
Treatment at The Physios
Following Bob’s Run Lab video analysis there were some clear technique faults that needed addressing. This involved his step rate or cadence, a key component to a runner’s rhythm. A few simple adjustment cues, and a week later Bob’s running technique was already showing signs of improvement. Check out the video below:
Following some manual physiotherapy, strength & conditioning work, and weekly training tips, Bob is well on the road to recovery and recently completed his 1st half marathon in a year.
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