The first in a series of workshops I plan to host over the next year, each one focusing on different parts of the body, including the core, hips, knees, ankles and feet and why these areas are important in relation to running and how to best decrease your risk of getting injured while running.
Any runner interested in learning more about ways they can improve their running (without just running more) and decrease their risk of injury
- What does “core” mean and why is it important in running and injury prevention
- Simple screens to evaluate your current core function
- Key exercises to begin to improve your core for running
When: Sunday April 3, 2016. 3pm-5pm.
Where: Elevate Training, Health and Wellness. 130 Pemberton Ave, North Vancouver.
I am a runner and a Physiotherapist with a passion for working with runners, to help them improve their running, recover as quickly as possible from injury and remain injury free. As a runner, I have had my fair share of injuries and have had to learn from experience how to recover and how to avoid them. I spend a ton of my free time reading and researching running and biomechanics to learn as much as I can and help my patients as best as possible. I want to share my knowledge with those who are willing to listen and motivated to do the work necessary to help keep them injury free.