Function & Form Physiotherapy & Exercise
Function & Form & Exercise
Exercise & physiotherapy in North Sydney

What is Good Running Technique?

What is good technique?

  1. Landing on the Forefoot
  2. Placing the foot under the centre of the hip
  3. Feet Landing either side of a straight line down the centre
  4. Landing with a slightly flexed Knee
  5. Pushing off from and extended Hip
  6. Maintaining Consistent Hip Position
  7. 5 degree lean forward (from the feet)
  8. Soles of the Feet in vertical plane when viewed from behind
  9. Head held upright and steady
  10. Slight rotation of the Torso
  11. Shoulders connected with the core and a good distance from ears
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Wrist Pain (De Quervain's Synovitis)

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Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

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Runner’s Calf Strain

Rest or Keep Training? That is the Question? The running patients who attend Function and Form Physiotherapy and Exercise often […]

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