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body position comments during running movements

foot/ankle complex

during running, pointing straight ahead in a dorsiflexed position when foot hits the ground

knee complex

during running, knees have to remain straight ahead;too much adduction,internal rotation of femur during stance phase cause force production decrease and leads to overuse injuries

head position

during running, head in line w/ lumbo-pelvic-hip-complex,lphc s/b in line w/ legs;no compensation for head and neck by moving into extension (unless tracking ball, etc.) as this can affect position of lphc (pelvo-ocular reflex)

lphc position

During running, body should have slight lean during acceleration;during maximum speed, lphc should be neutral,no excessive extension or flexion unless to reach for something

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