Sep 10th, 2020
Andy Chalmers is from Geelong Physiotherapy and graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Applied Science/Masters of Physiotherapy Practice. He currently works at the Western Bulldogs as a sports trainer, as well as head physiotherapist for the North Geelong Warriors (NPL). Andy has a particular interest in musculoskeletal injuries as well as orthopaedic rehabilitation, although he enjoys treating patients from all walks of life. He treats patients with a combination of manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation, in which he is a qualified Australian Strength & Conditioning Association (ASCA) level 1 coach.
(0.56) What does the biomechanics of running mean?
(2.03) How running biomechanics can be manipulated for injury rehabilitation
(2.48) How to improve your running technique
(4.16) Technique for running down hill
(5.08) Warming up before running
(6.51) How to cool down
(7.42) Tracking your training
(9.31) Running frequency
(10.37) Increasing speed and distance
(12.00) Strength training and running
(13.17) Common running injuries
(14.11) Preventing injuries
(15.09) Why you might need to see a physio
(15.59) What to consider when purchasing running shoes
(18.18) Resources on running
Running Physio https://www.running-physio.com/
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