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SIGNUP TO FREE ONLINE SESSION! "RUNEASI TECHNOLOGY: FROM SCIENCE TO PRACTICE"

 
 

A NOVEL WAY TO LOOK AT RUNNING.

  • DYNAMIC STABILITY

    Side-to-side sacral movements during landing on a scale from 0.0 to 2.0. Typical use: to identify when fatigue is yielding inefficiencies in your running technique.

  • CUMULATIVE IMPACT (Gs)

    The sum of all impacts the body is subjected to per day. Typical use: precisely monitor the total amount of impact imposed from striking the ground during a run which can help you safely and gradually build up a client’s training regime e.g., set goal of 10% weekly progression.

  • IMPACT ASYMMETRY

    Left-right difference in impact. Typical use: detect deviations from a runner’s typical profile for distributing impact between the left and right leg, which can indicate your body is compensating for fatigue, pain or injury.

  • DYNAMIC STABILITY

    Side-to-side sacral movements during landing on a scale from 0.0 to 2.0. Typical use: to identify when fatigue is yielding inefficiencies in your running technique.

  • CUMULATIVE IMPACT (Gs)

    The sum of all impacts the body is subjected to per day. Typical use: precisely monitor the total amount of impact imposed from striking the ground during a run which can help you safely and gradually build up a client’s training regime e.g., set goal of 10% weekly progression.

  • PEAK RATE OF IMPACT (Gs/second)

    How quickly impacts reach your sacrum. Typical use: to indicate when the legs’ ability to absorb impacts begins to deteriorate. Related to lower limb overuse injuries.