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Pose Method® of Running

Subject: A Master Course on Running
Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Registration: $890
Duration:  20 Hrs
Access: Lifetime. Comeback to review and practice at your convenience!
A STANDARDIZED APPROACH TO RUNNING

Improve Running Technique with the Pose Method

Learn running skill from an Olympic Coach.
Learn how to:
  • prevent common running injuries
  • reduce impact on joints
  • increase speed
This course includes:
  • Pre-recorded live lectures + teaching sessions
  • Concept videos
  • Running session warm up routine
  • Follow-along full flexibility, warm-up routines
  • Training session outline + instructions
  • Video analysis instructions
 151
VIDEOS
 20+
HOURS
 30+
REFERENCE STUDIES

... significantly reduced eccentric loading of the knee with the Pose Method of Running compared to mid-foot and heel-toe running.

LIVE RUNNING SEMINARS

Take advantage of our updated educational program! 

We noticed that when given an opportunity to select some will always choose to study online, while others would rather attend in person and interact with an instructor, and of course some appreciate the opportunity to have access to both options. As a result, we developed a better approach to providing our education.

When you sign up for this Master Course on Running online course, you will also have an option to attend in person one of our live running seminars. What could be a better way to practice what you're learning?!

Space is limited to 10 participants at each seminar and is reserved on 'first come first serve' basis.  Enroll now to secure your spot!

BOISE, ID
CHICAGO, IL
SEPTEMBER 2, 2023 / 8:00 AM-5:00 PM MDT

RUNNING SEMINAR - BOISE, ID

Audacious CrossFit 8324 W Vincent St., Boise, ID
This is one of our regular locations that you can always count on! Running Seminars are hosted throughout the year in regular intervals. 
OCTOBER 28, 2023 / 8:00 AM-5:00 PM MDT

RUNNING SEMINAR - CHICAGO, IL

Smith Physical Therapy + Running Academy, 110 W. Woodstock St. Crystal Lake, IL 60014
This is one of our regular locations that you can always count on! Running Seminars are hosted throughout the year in regular intervals. 

WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY: 

  • Valuable information
  • Helpful practice activities
  • Clear explanations
  • Knowledgeable instructor
  • Engaging delivery
  • Accurate course description

A. Ademar

I have always tried to run, but have also always stopped due to shin splints before a week is over. I haven't followed the Pose Method for long now, but I must say that I have not had the shin splints so far. For me, this fact alone is enough to adopt this method.

V. Dominek

The course is very well designed and produced. There are routines for warm-ups, cool downs with details of the exercises, well explained, and other videos with no instructions, which you can follow in real time while doing the exercises.
“About one year ago, I could not run 50 yards without extreme IT Band Syndrome pain. I spent 30 minutes with Dr. Romanov and could run as far and as much as I wanted pain free. Today, I am the USA Paratriathlon National Champion.”
David Kyle, Associate Director of Health and Physical Education, University of Alabama

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

This course is intended primarily for credentialed professionals in health and fitness. Running is part of virtually all sports. Athletes and recreational participants of all ages are vulnerable to injuries that are primarily running related such as twisted ankles, knee pain, shin splints, etc. 

Learning running skill (technique) is the most direct way to prevent and reduce common running related injuries. Standard in running technique brings clarity in communication, makes it easier to conduct video analysis, create an effective recovery plan, conduct rehab by using running specific drills and exercises. 

 Sports + Fitness Coaches

This course is approved for 20 CEUs for CrossFit coaches.

 Physical Therapists

This course is approved for 20 contact hours in most states. Full list will be posted soon. 

 Athletic Trainers

This course is approved for 20 CEUs category A for Athletic Trainers.
After studying and completing this course you will be well prepared to:
  • Specify the invariable elements of running mechanics and explain their significance within the running stride
  • Analyze the movement patterns of a runner within the standardized framework of the Pose Method®
  • Identify the elements of the running stride that should be improved or emphasized
  • Assign and perform technique drills and exercises  that enhance the runner's perception of the movement and improve his/her motor pattern
  • Demonstrate understanding of a systematic video analysis of running gait based on the standardized framework of the Pose Method®
  • Identify the pros and cons of different foot strikes in running and how they contribute and/or lead to performance improvements or deficiencies and/or injury
  • Reason through and discuss the common issues with the terminology currently used among runners and how it leads to misunderstanding of sound mechanics in running.
  • Provide instructions on running technique in one on one or a group setting.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

When does this course start and finish?

The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online experience - you decide when you start and when you finish. Your access to this course will not expire. You may come back to review the materials any time at your convenience.

How long do I have access to this course for?

How does lifetime access sound? Once you enroll, you will have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like and it can be viewed on any and all devices you own.

Do the technique and strategies described in this course have an immediate practical application?

Absolutely. This course covers the theory and goes into a great detail of why and how. It also provides video demonstrations of drills and exercises, as well as follow-along routines that can be used right away for immediate results. 

'Working with groups' section provides guidance on using the learnt technique in a clinical and professional settings.

How do I become a Certified Running Technique Specialist?

After studying this course you will be well prepared to take a certification exam to receive the credential of a Certified Running Technique Specialist. Click here to learn more >

Do I have to attend a live seminar?

Not at all! But we do highly recommend it. It is the best way to actually practice what you've learned in this course.

Are there any other locations to attend a live seminar?

We are working on adding more live seminar locations. If you would like to host at your professional place of practice, such as a PT studio or a gym, please fill out this form.

Will I receive access right away if I choose a payment plan?

Yes, you will have access to this course as soon as you enroll.

What about the refund and cancellation policy?

We do not offer refunds due to the nature of online digital content. Once your sign up for this course, you will retain a lifetime access to all of its material and will be able to review at your convenience at a pace comfortable for you.

Course created & presented by Dr. Nicholas Romanov

Olympic Coach, Scientist, Bestselling Author
About
A 2-time Olympic Coach, bestselling author, world-renowned sports scientist with a career spanning over forty years, Dr. Romanov developed the Pose Method in 1977. 

Click here to learn more >
Select lectures presented by

Charles Blake, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy
Dr. Blake has been published in the Physical Therapy Journal and the Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, and presented as a Keynote speaker on Injury Prevention in running  for  the  University  of Texas at El Paso 2009 Force Health Protection Conference, 2011 Multinational Deployed Physical Therapist Conference, and the 2011 Special Operations Medical Association.
Select lectures presented by

Denise Smith, PT

Physical Therapist, Certified Manual Physical Therapist, Certified Running Technique Specialist
A graduate of Marquette University (2002) with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy, Denise instructs courses in Kinesiology at McHenry County College. She also travels the country as part of the Pose Method education team with a lecture series on injury prevention and treatment.