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Pelvic Control: The Overlooked Link to Better Running Performance & Injury Reduction (FREE Webinar Replay)

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Pelvic Control: The Overlooked Link to Better Running Performance & Injury Reduction (FREE Webinar Replay)

Pelvic control tends to be an overlooked area for many runners. What most fail to realize is that the body needs to withstand 2-4 times it's bodyweight while landing on a single leg. Therefore, proper stabilization and alignment of the pelvis and lower limb needs to be a priority. 

Over the years, I have seen so much emphasis on areas outside of pelvic control. Not only do I feel that pelvic control in particular is misunderstood, but it's actually very overlooked. Fortunately, the research tells us it's easy to assess and modify so a shift in perspective might allow us to improve running performance and reduce the likelihood of injury to a better degree. 

Recently, I held a FREE 60-minute webinar on the topic of pelvic control. It's my hope that you reflect on this content and weigh it's relevance alongside your injury history, needs, and running goals. I am confident it will change your thought process on proper stabilization to be the best runner you can be. 

In this FREE webinar replay, what you’ll learn is…

  • What is pelvic drop? (4:54)
  • Injury and running economy research (14:53)
  • Assessing areas that contribute to pelvic drop (21:18)
  • Tips & drills to improve pelvic drop (30:40)
  • Q&A (57:00)

 

I hope you enjoy this webinar! Comment below or contact me directly if you have any questions or comments regarding this content. And, if you want to implement the best strategies to improve your running, click the programs tab to learn more about the Healthy Running Program.

     


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