Posted by Mark Iocchelli
Filed Under: Learn to Run
, Pose Method of Running
, Running Form
There are few tests of a runner’s technique better than running on ice. Being able to run on ice — especially at the speed shown in the clip below — demonstrates excellent balance and timing, and efficiency of form (i.e. by not slipping, energy is not wasted).
Dr. Nicholas Romanov (originator of the Pose Method of Running) shows how it’s done with the claim that, if you learn to run using his method, you can also run with the balance and timing required to run on ice.
Note: Quicktime is required to view this video.
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