Sep 4, 2009
The Pose Method of running incorporates some interesting concepts that may be worth your consideration. It’s a biomechanical model that has you landing on your mid-foot with your supporting joints flexed at impact and hamstrings used to pull your foot from the ground, using gravity to move you forward. It’s a method that takes a lot of practice, some say it can take years to perfect: but the promises are impressive: stronger, faster and injury free running.
Like any running technique, this is something you should look into more; and not rely on this podcast introduction as your sole exposure to the method. Find the way to use your body to it’s fullest without moving in such a way that you’ll get injured and you’ll be closer to becoming the runner and good animal you were always meant to be.
Fdip Blog of the Week: http://runningwithfish.blogspot.com
The song “Hole in the Sky” was by Black Lab http://blacklabworld.com