What’s the best way to run? While often polarizing headlines read “everyone must land on their forefoot”, there is a lot more to efficient running form than a foot strike. In this webinar presentation, Jay Dicharry will use both scientific data and simple analogies to discuss what good running form is. Then, it’s on to the naked truth: There are things you can do outside of running that will improve your running economy.
By the end of this presentation, you will understand:
•What defines proper running form, and how it plays a role in injury and performance.
•How to ensure that you are putting the best ingredients (your body!) into your running form.
•The mobility requirements for proper running
•How to optimize your strength training to ensure it directly transfers into better running.
•How to optimize posture and effectively integrate it into your daily activities and training.
Join Jay as he looks past the hype and shares the information you need to perform at your peak.
Jay Dicharry, MPT, CSCS
Jay is the Director of the SPEED Performance Clinic and the Motion Analysis Lab Coordinator at the University of Virginia. Originally from New Orleans, Jay completed the Masters of Physical Therapy degree at Louisiana State University Medical Center. He is a Board Certified Sports Clinical Specialist through the American Physical Therapy Association, is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a certified coach through both the United States Track and Field Association and the United States Cycling Federation, and certified Golf Fitness Instructor through Titleist Performance Institute. Jay has a competitive history in swimming, triathlon, cycling, and running events on both the local and national level, and has coached athletes from local standouts to national medalists.
Jay is a founding board member and presenter at the annual University of Virginia’s Running Medicine conference and has been published in numerous professional journals. He teaches both undergraduate students and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residents at UVA, and lectures nationwide on running and cycling mechanics. Jay’s research and treatment interests lie in the biomechanics and treatment of athletes and footwear. Go here to see a Running Times video with Jay from October 2010 that’s called “Fixing Broken Runners, Part II: The Comeback”. Jay is a Health and Physical Therapist Advisor to the Natural Running Center.
USA Triathlon Coach Webinars
USA Triathlon offers a variety of webinars designed specifically for triathlon coaches. Each webinar is approximately 60 minutes in length. Webinars can be purchased for $34.99 each and come with the webinar recording, PowerPoint slides and a 10 question webinar exam. Coaches earn 1 USAT CEU upon passing a webinar exam. A passing score is 80% or higher. Please note, webinar purchases are nonrefundable.
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