Frustrated by nagging injuries that seen to pop up just as you start to ramp up your training and always appear to hold you back from reaching your next triathlon goal?
Have you given up on how to run faster without getting injured?
Confused by all the “information” out there on what is the “proper” way to run?
Then you’ll want to clear your calendar for Thursday, February 17th at 6:30 pm for…
THE PAIN-FREE RUNNING CLINIC
This 90 minute clinic, with a series of lectures, drills and workouts will show you:
– How to avoid the three most common running injuries
– The three drills you’re not doing that you SHOULD be doing to improve your speed and running efficiency
– The 3 mistakes runners make when trying to change their running form
– Expose the 3 most common running workout myths that almost every triathlete has fallen for at one point (yep, even I did once)
And if that’s not enough, we’re also doing it as a fundraiser for the Tri Club’s charity – TCSD Cares
DATE: Thursday Feb 17th – starting at 6:30 PM
LOCATION: Function SMART – UCPT in Sorrento Valley
COST: $20 Donation to TCSD Cares – Checks only please
Gino Cinco – (aka “The Thumb”) Physical Therapist and Owner of University City Physical Therapy. Gino is also an Active Release Technique instructor and has been helping all levels of triathletes and runners recover from injuries and prevent new ones for over 20 years. He’s treated Olympic medalists and Ironman World Champions as well as the rest of us. He’s developed a unique sense and skill over the years of what fundamental running mechanics lead to further injuries.
Dr. John Martinez – (aka “Dr John”) – Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician and part of the USA Triathlon National Team medical staff. When he’s not here is San Diego, Dr John is either traveling with the USA Triathlon National Team to places like Sydney, Australia or Budapest, Hungary or part of the medical tent staff at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. Over the past 15 years, he’s treated a wide range of athletes and sports injuries and is convinced that triathletes are the most adept at causing the most interesting and unique injuries.