Bill Pierce, Scott Murr – The Art and Science of the Perfect Run: Reduce Injuries and Increase Performance
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- Professors: Bill Pierce and Scott Murr
Duration: One Whole Day
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Copyright: November 5, 2019
Whether you deal with 5K or marathon runners, they are frequently of a distinct breed. Taking a vacation? No way. They fight through injuries in the hopes of beating the clock in their next race.
Runners’ high-volume training schedules frequently cause them to visit your clinic. They constantly appear to have a persistent ailment that never completely heals. You need a rapid approach to identify and repair their faulty movement patterns so they can keep doing what they like.
Drs. Pierce and Murr will demonstrate novel methods for identifying and treating the most frequent running injuries. You will discover today’s greatest tactics for dealing with runners, backed by their research in the FIRST lab.
This video will include motion capture techniques to assist you in identifying biomechanical inefficiencies and introducing remedial workouts.
You may lower your chance of injury in this physically demanding activity by doing so. This live webcast connects exercise physiology, biomechanics, and performance.
Learn tactics that will lead to fewer injuries and improved performance for your runners while preventing overtraining and decreasing injury.
The Art and Science of the Perfect Run Manual (28.77 MB)
Outline 146 Pages Available After Purchase
Screening and Gait Analysis
Implement motion capture – Dartfish, Qualysis, Video Identifying Strategies:
Lack of adaptability
Assessments to Identify Problems Quickly: The Running Performance Model
Physiological aspects that influence running performance
Running performance is influenced by biomechanical variables.
Nutritional considerations that influence running performance
The FIRST Program encourages participants to run less rather than train less.
Apply to all ages and abilities of runners: 3 + 2 program
Quality trumps quantity.
Training with a goal
Timeline for Functional Strength Training
Exercising your flexibility
Tables for goal setting and prediction
Programs of instruction for your clientele
Choosing a Workout Intensity
Use Training Principles to Prevent Injury
Overloading in stages
The principle of decreasing returns
Major Issues Addressed! Address the Most Common Issues
Identification of Arthritis Injuries
Orthotics for running form
Shoes for running
Frequency of operation
Mileage per week
Body mass index
Surface for running
Safe Returns: Rehabilitating Runners After Injuries
When is adequate rest sufficient?
Managing Recurrent Injuries
Best strategies for lowering the risk of re-injury
Work with Aging Runners to Forgive Many Sins
How does this affect performance?
What biological variables influence running?
Psychological, social, and cultural influences
Solutions and alternatives for the aging runner
Week of 7-Hour Workouts
Professor Bill Pierce Seminars and items that are related: 2
Bill Pierce oversaw Furman University’s Health Sciences Department for three decades. He and FIRST have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Business Week, Men’s Journal, Runner’s World, and several other newspapers and publications around the country. Pierce, named one of Runner’s World magazine’s ten marathon “supercoaches,” has given hundreds of health, wellness, and running lectures.
He was a great half-miler on the track team and played on nationally rated basketball teams as an undergraduate athlete. In his 250 road events and 42 marathons, he has won several age-group medals and has completed the Boston Marathon in five different decades.
Disclosures for Speakers:
William Pierce is a professor at Furman University. He is a Penguin Random House author who earns royalties. PESI, Inc. pays Dr. Pierce a speaking fee.
William Pierce does not have any relevant non-financial relationships to declare.
Murr, Scott Seminars and goods related to this topic: 2
Dr. Scott Murr, assistant professor in the department of health sciences, joined the Furman faculty in 1998. Dr. Murr has been the Director of the Furman Fitness Center and Aquatics and the Molnar Human Performance Laboratory for the past 15 years. Scott Murr has been doing triathlons for 35 years and running marathons for even longer. Scott has competed in over 300 endurance events, ranging from marathons to bicycle centuries to triathlons.
Scott has completed 12 Ironman Triathlons, including Ironman Europe, Ironman Canada, and Ironman USA, as well as six finishes at the Ironman Triathlon World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.
Disclosures for Speakers:
Scott Murr is a financial assistant professor at Furman University. He is a Penguin Random House author who earns royalties. PESI, Inc. pays Dr. Murr a speaking honorarium.
Scott Murr does not have any relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
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