Basic Assessments and Movement Evaluations for Runners

Michael Rosengart, CPT, CES, CSCS outlines the importance of assessing movements and shares the Basic Assessments and Movement Evaluations for runners and athletes that run from the PreHab Exercise Book for Runners, Fourth Edition. Start Right The first step to any effective training or prehab/rehab program is to evaluate the Continue Reading →

List of Common Compensation Patterns and Movement Dysfunctions

Within Human Movement, various patterns of compensation and the associated Movement Dysfunction limit an individual’s capability in performance and also dramatically increases the risk of, if not guarantees, a future injury. Conversely, trainers, coaches, and athletes that can identify common patterns of compensation in Human Movement have an opportunity to Continue Reading →

The Art of Stretching

Guidelines for Effective Stretching Techniques Mobility is important in any athlete’s performance and effective stretching techniques will help the success of any Prehabilitation Program. There are several different ways to stretch- some good, some bad and some just a waste of time. This article will highlight and explain some of Continue Reading →

Alignment – Form Equals Function

If you’ve been training hard and competing to get yourself better, it’s time you look your alignment, in movement as well as stationary, because ‘form equals function’. Improving your performance will involve improving your movement and that requires an awareness and development of your alignment – in all positions. Stop Continue Reading →

Eliminate Forward Head

Restore proper Mobility and Alignment for your Neck and Head. Is the positioning of your head, neck and shoulders important to running? A lot of people might be quick to assume that the head, neck, and shoulders are only marginally involved when you’re running. But that’s just not the case. Continue Reading →