Loyola University Health System is launching an innovative new Running Clinic that will help runners avoid injury, improve their stride and boost race times.
During the one-hour, one-on-one clinic, the runner will receive:
-- Digital video analyses. The runner will be videotaped on a treadmill, from the front, back and side. A specialized software program will provide a frame-by-frame analysis of each. It will show, for example, whether a runner's feet are striking the ground correctly or whether the pelvis is rocking too much. The runner will be given a DVD copy.
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