To improve your running, you need a new pair of trainers right..?
We will make you a FASTER runner WITHOUT telling you to buy the most expensive pair of shoes on the market.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN A RUNNING TECHNIQUE ANALYSIS?
A treadmill based running technique analysis session assessing your foot strike, cadence, leg cycle, arm swing & much more.
3D Motion captured to slow down your movements for more accurate analysis
You get the chance to see a real time detailed breakdown of the inefficiencies within your running form
Tips and drills to improve your running technique within the session
Duration: 60 mins
Our running technique analysis does not include a diagnosis of your current injury. If you are currently suffering with an injury affecting your ability to run, we do recommend an assessment with our physiotherapist prior to a running analysis package.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY about our run analysis
“Had my follow up run analysis with Chris yesterday and once again I was impressed. Brilliant professional service, with an in depth look at my many running faults. Really helps having the videos taken all shared and stored so I can access from home.”
— James W
WHAT SHOULD I BRING/WEAR
A used pair of running trainers to assess sole wear. The older the better
As this will be a practical assessment, you will need appropriate clothing and trainers
Any smartphone/ smartwatch data you have can be beneficial
We recommend you bring a water bottle
OUR RUN ANALYSIS THERAPIST
Lead Physiotherapist & Running Technique Coach
Chris qualified from the University of Southampton in 2010. Since then, he has worked in physiotherapy’s private sector at various locations throughout South Wales.
Chris founded Back2Front Physiotherapy in 2012 and has seen it grow from strength to strength. He is an APPI trained Pilates Instructor and has been certified as a Running Technique Coach. He leads the Pilates Classes and Run Analysis services.
Chris is vastly experienced with treating many sporting athletes including rugby, football, hockey, runners and cyclists, utilising a bio-mechanical approach to improve function, reduce pain and return the patient to pre-injury function.