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LEARN TO RUN WITH PROPER FORM!
Just put one foot in front of the other, right?
Most of us probably didn’t get advice on our form when we started running at an early age, we just sort of did it. No one was out on the playground yelling, “keep your arms at 90 degrees!” As a runner, your goal may be to go faster or to stop chronic injuries, and proper running form and gait will help you achieve these goals, and make you more durable and more efficient.
On Sunday December 15, Dr. Scott McAfee, physical therapist, will be providing a workshop to help you find your formula. This workshop will be completely complimentary, open to the entire athletic community (that’s right, you don’t have to be a member), and be hands-on, so come ready to workout. This workshop will focus on efficient running mechanics, strength building techniques and even ways to take your form to more advanced levels.
Formula Running Center – 3101 Wilson BLVD., Suite 100, Arlington, VA 22201
DATE AND TIME:
12/15/19 2 PM to 3 PM
Complimentary. Free. Zero. Nada. $0.
WHO IS WELCOME:
ANYONE. This is not just for members. We’re opening this up to the athletic community. There are only 20 spots available and they are available on a first come first serve basis so sign up now!
WHO WILL BE THERE:
Dr. Scott McAfee – MovementX – Physical Therapist
As an athlete, traveler and adventurer, movement has always been the center of Dr. Scott’s world. That’s why he made it a career to optimize people’s movement so they can optimize their lives. It all started when he began to develop excruciating knee pain as a cross country and track runner. Dr. Scott bounced around different physicians & specialists, but nothing seemed to help. Finally, after a visit with a local PT, he was properly diagnosed and given an extremely detailed treatment plan going forward. Dr. Scott got back to running and ultimately helped his team finish 6th in the California State Championship race. He’s since said that he’ll never forget the powerful feelings of accomplishment and camaraderie after that race. “That’s why I do what I do. I love helping people live healthier, happier lives.”