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wshaffer
Happy feet 
27th-Feb-2012 09:55 pm
running, shoes
So, tonight I went up to the UCSF RunSafe clinic for a running evaluation. This involved a strength and flexibility assessment by a physical therapist, an evaluation of my feet and shoes by a podiatrist, a chat with a nutritionist, and an analysis of video of my running gait while running on a treadmill.

I'll probably do a longer post once they've sent me the full report on their analysis. I was, however, absurdly pleased to be informed by a podiatrist that I have perfect feet for running. Because, really, I've never had a perfect anything for anything, athletics-wise.

Also, my gluteus maximus is apparently "legit".
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28th-Feb-2012 02:10 pm (UTC)
Thank heavens. I have no idea where one would go to adjust the licensing on one's gluteus maximus to legitimate it.
28th-Feb-2012 06:33 pm (UTC)
Apparently, you'd have no idea how many distance runners are operating unlicensed butts.

I'm not completely in the clear here - my gluteus *medius* needs considerable work. But my maximus is up to code.
28th-Feb-2012 03:14 pm (UTC)
Good news indeed! Does the clinic cost anything? I'd love to do this.
28th-Feb-2012 06:47 pm (UTC)
I paid $200, although their website is now quoting the price of an assessment at $400. So either I got a deal (I think they do run periodic "specials"), or they've jacked up the price since I registered in August. (I developed trochanteric bursitis a week before my originally scheduled appointment, and ended up having to postpone it for quite a while.)
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