Runeasy – Implementing objective running data to targeted training interventions

Philip Cortvriendt
Philip Cortvriendt

In this two-day course, you will learn how to analyze objective running data to identify the weakest link in a runner’s running pattern. You will learn how to evaluate how a runner’s muscles absorb impact, whether their pelvis is stable, and if there is good symmetry between their left and right leg. Using this data, we will then develop strategies to help runners become more resilient and efficient through targeted biofeedback training & exercise training.




Learning objectives of the course:

  • Getting familiar with wearable technology in running gait
  • Learn to analyse data and identify key components in relation to running gait
  • To convert objective data into targeted feedback for your runner
  • To use real-time feedback to improve your runner’s technique
  • To use objective, individualised running data as guide ropes for your exercise therapy
  • To use goal setting and specificity of the exercise
  • To improving shock absorption, propulsion, and stability of the runner
  • New exercise forms and variations necessary for regression and progression


Philip Cortvriendt: For over 20 years Philip has been active in the competitive running world as a national 1500m runner. Based on his many years of experience in the top sports world, he completed his studies in sports physiotherapy in 2018. His specialization lies in the rehabilitation of running-related injuries, and the for the optimal transfer from strength training to running performance. He is currently guiding international top runners of Olympic level with strength coaching and in 2020 he founded the Altius project together with Thomas De Bock that provides quality running guidance to recreational runners within the scope of the Runners’ lab Athletics Team.



09.12.2023 9:00

2 days

Uperform Diamant


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