What's Your Posture Got To Do With Your Pain?

"Good" posture requires muscles to function according to their design, from head to toe.

"Bad" posture is a deterioriation in the left-to-right and front-to-back harmonius relationship of the muscles and joints.

Pain is a symptom of postural misalignment and muscular dysfunction.

Muscle function and posture can both be restored, regardless of age, by providing the muscles with the necessary stimulus.

Tuesday, 15 May 2007

Does Posture Affect Running Performance?

Rather than me waxing lyrical about this and for the benefit of you visual learners, here is a very cool short video with simple visuals. I think it makes the point rather well, don't you?

Click on the video screen TWICE to view it on youtube.com

BTW - this relates to an article in Peak Running, by Brian Bradley (the guy talking in the video) VP of Egoscue.

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