Runners of all abilities can benefit from expert analysis of their technique.
Run. Record. Submit. Improve. Even if you can't make it in to the clinic, we can provide valuable insights.
- Record video from the required angles.
- Upload your videos by clicking the "Upload Videos Here" button.
- Complete the checkout process by clicking "Buy Online Running Stride Analysis".
- We will provide you with the results of the analysis within five days.
Do not upload videos that contain any personal, sensitive, or protected information as they will not be located on a secure server.
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- Refer to the video above for a review of these suggestions.
- Side view of running on a treadmill 20-30 seconds that includes the whole body.
- Rear view of running on a treadmill 20-30 seconds that includes the whole body.
- Front view on a treadmill 20-30 seconds that includes the waist down.
- Rear view close up on a treadmill 20-30 seconds of the feet.
- Any additional running views you wish to record are welcome. For example, the whole body from the front.
- Any additional speeds of the main views that you wish to record are welcome.
- Three speeds are the most useful: 5K pace, half-marathon pace, marathon/ultramarathon pace.
- Any additional running or walking views while barefoot are welcome, though this is not suggested for outside use secondary to risk of foot injury.
- Side view of 5 reverse wall squats, without shoes.
- Side and front view of 5 full depth squats, without shoes.
- Side and front view of 10 single leg squats, both legs, without shoes.
- Front view of a single leg balance with your eyes closed held up to 15 seconds, both legs, without shoes.
- Front view of 5 single leg hops balancing for up to 3 seconds on each leg, both legs, without shoes.
- Kneeling hip extension, keeping the stomach muscles tightened and pelvis neutral, both legs.
- Side view of each foot and big toe being pulled toward each shin, both legs, without shoes.
If you do not have treadmill access, recordings can be completed on land but should include at least two full strides for each side of the body. The front and rear views should be repeated multiple times by running to and from the camera.
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- A detailed video recorded report of our interpretations with a straight-forward plan to help guide you toward correction of identified problems and continue running safely.
- Two weeks of email communication during which you can attempt any technique corrections and resubmit videos back to us for further review.
- Opportunity to ask questions and receive advice on your technique.
- Technique improvement strategies to increase efficiency and comfort, suggestions of corrective drills and exercises that should enhance your ability to correct any faults.
We look forward to helping you achieve your running goals!
This online video running analysis not a substitute for a full in-person examination and gait analysis. If you are interested in knowing more about your overall running technique and detailed reasons why you might use such a running pattern, the online video analysis can offer a huge insight and be very helpful in discovering technique flaws along with their possible causes. None of the tests or suggestions offered are intended to be diagnostic or directed at treating specific injuries.