What: Hip-Centered Strategies to Improve Running Performance and Injury Resilience
When: Sunday, March 18th at 11am
Where: Optimum 650 in Brentwood (Click here for directions)
The hip joint is one of the most important areas in the human body for distance athletes. Not only does it need to have enough range of motion and strength, but stability, neuromuscular activation, and resilience to injury are also important characteristics. Are you training all of these properly to see reliable results with your running?
In this upcoming, learn-by-doing seminar, we will:
1. Detect underlying limitations in activation, strength, and stability
2. Learn more about the hip joint's impact on running mechanics
3. Build more resilient hips to prevent against lower back pain, hamstring tendinopathy, patellofemoral pain and other lower extremity injuries
4. Practice various movements and drills to see immediate improvement in hip function and running performance
5. Q&A to get your specific questions answered
Join us on Sunday, March 18th at 11am to learn simple and effective hip-centered strategies that will truly enhance your running.