Running Biomechanics consists of two different parts Non-Running and Running.
Non – Running
The non-running part starts with a brief history, static postural analysis and then a Functional Movement Screening (FMS) test. Once the non-running part has concluded and the data has been collected the running part of the test can begin.
The first part of the running assessment is a video analysis of the clients running style, there are a few angles taken during this part from hip, knee and ankle once all the necessary videos are taken the client then performs the RAST test. The RAST test tests the client’s anaerobic capacity and their anaerobic power. The video is then analyzed and once all the data has been processed a detailed report is given, which will include corrective exercises or strategies if needed.