As I said in my last post concerning injury prevention, running is a full body dance that involves all possible movements. There are elements of rotation, bending from side to side, as well as flexing forwards and extending backwards . The hips and shoulders provide the rhythm and propulsion by transferring forces through the spine. The arms set the pace and the legs follow. This is all pretty standard information. What may not be standard is that most people do not consider the movements of the spine itself with regards to running mechanics. Read the rest of this entry
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