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Become a Hero to Runners!
Become a Level 1 Certified Running Gait Analyst!
We provide the knowledge, skills, and tools to simplify running and turn rehab and fitness professionals into heros for runners. Running injuries are complex and runners want results fast! Learn how to simplify running to get runners back to enjoying the sport they love. The five most common running gait impairments will be covered, and participants will have the chance to use the latest in 3D technology to analyze form and learn advanced methods for gait re-training.
This 2 day course begins by covering the ACE Running Movement Screen designed specifically for runners to pick up on the most common running related impairments. Next, we dive into each of the five running impairments and identify the reasons runners change their form and how to fix it.
Throughout the course participants will do live case studies using 2D & 3D motion analysis to identify running impairments and practicing techniques for gait re-training.
If you want to be a Hero to Runners, this is the course for you!
*Please note this registration includes the pre-requisite online portion for this course. You must complete the Essential Elements of Running Course prior to attending. The Essential Elements can be taken as an independent course, and provides an in depth look at running biomechanics that is essential for the advanced concepts discussed in Level 1. If you have taken the online component, please contact us at admin@LearnWithACE.com for instructions on a discount for the live portion.
I would like to say again, that this was one of the best courses I have taken. The instructors were fantastic, easy to talk to and presented information in a way that challenged us but made sure we understood the concepts. I will be sure to recommend this course to colleagues
Awesome course this weekend-thank you again for it! It was definitely one of the best, if not the best, I've taken and gave me a lot to add to what I've already been doing
Out of all the courses I’ve taken, this one more than any other, I walked out of thinking, “Wow! That was totally worth it!”