A client of mine sent me this photo and I just had to share it with you. I laughed when I first say this photo because it speaks truth in the?precetion of?my own running form. What we precieve as?normal posture, movement, and running form can actually be?far from normal. The poor prection of normal movement can lead to dysfunciton and pain in runners overtime if not addressed.
Runner’s, learn if your perception of normal posture and running form is correct. It will save you a lot of time and lost training in the future.
Jeff Moreno, DPT, OCS
Precision Sports Performance