Movement Podcast
Movement Podcast
Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton
A Runner's Guide to Movement
1 hour 1 minutes Posted Dec 9, 2020 at 9:00 pm.
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From those starting a weight loss journey to ultra-marathon athletes, running is one of the most popular choices of exercise. It’s also one of the most common causes of injury, with over 50 percent of regular runners getting hurt each year.

For our season 2 finale, we explore running.  We tackle a lot… From shoe selection to running technique, to overpronation, and can it be fixed?

We discuss runners’ injuries and how to avoid them, the importance of a runner’s upper body, cross-training, issues that affect female runners, and much more.

So let’s start our sprint to the finish of season 2 with today’s Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.

Episode Notes & Links:

   Born to Run : Christopher McDougall

   FMS Articles on Running:
      Born to Limits 1

      Functional Movement Screen Scores in a Group of Running Athletes

      Case Study: A Client's First 5K and Her Million Dollar Question, "Can I Keep Running?"

      Case Study: Runner with Asymmetries


   FMS Level 1 Online course

   FMS Level 2 Virtual Certification course 

   Fundamental Capacity Screen Online course  

   What is the SFMA?