The minimum requirement is a Personal Fitness Trainer certification for learners to complete this course.
Should you not hold this certificate, please contact the office for further instruction and information.
Even when we are static most of us are not biomechanically efficient. A combination of poor flexibility and muscle imbalance are possible causes of this inefficiency, which lead to this poor static posture. When we start running these deficiencies are amplified. This workshop investigates the correctives and exercises that target relevant musculature to improve running efficiency and is an analysis of running technique to determine areas of imbalance and prescribe correctives.