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DEVELOPING BETTER ATHLETES ONE STRIDE AT A TIME

If you read the article below, you will find out the difference between strength training and neuromuscular retraining. In order to create a permanent change in a movement pattern, it is believed that a combination of both strength and neuromuscular retraining are included in a client’s program. It sounds very simple, but in order to become a better runner, you need to get both stronger and more effective at controlling your body while you are running in order to improve your running performance and decrease your risk of injury.

Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy_September2011 - R.Willy

Brian Shackel, MSc