Introduction & Background Survey

Thank you for your interest in Uhan Performance Running Analysis & Stride Coaching service.

This is a one-of-a-kind service that combines running gait analysis with stride coaching. This collaborative electronic platform has been overwhelmingly effective at helping people make vital improvements to their running efficiency: running easier, with less aches and pains, and ultimately, FASTER -- without the major expense of laboratory assessment. Scores of satisfied runners will tell you that a better stride is the best investment you can make in your running future.

Below are some questions that will help focus the stride analysis to your individual needs. Please answer each question completely.

Contact Information

Purpose. What is your primary purpose for seeking Running Analysis? Describe the issue (aches/pains, injury, performance issue)

Athletic History. Describe your athletic history (youth/high school, collegiate, and post-collegiate): other sports and physical activities.

Running History. Describe your running history: When did you start running? When did you transition to endurance running? (If you run ultramarathons, when did you run your first ultra?)

Personal Bests. List your personal bests for each distance (as applicable): time/event/date:

Injury History. Describe your injury history: previous running injuries and issues, as well as non-running injuries (e.g. ankle sprains, falls, car accidents, or surgeries?

Running Routine. What is your current (or previous) running routine:
How much do you run (miles per day and week)? How many runs per week?
What paces and intensities do you run?

Other Training. What is your current cross-training routine? (other non-running exercise: strength training, cycling, swimming, yoga, etc)

Performance Issues. Any other running performance issues (aches & pains, blisters, cramping, bonking, dead quads) affecting your training and racing goals?

Performance Goals. What are your running goals? (specific race/event, or long-term focus)

Social. Briefly describe your non-running lifestyle: career, work demands (hours/week), family dynamics. (Note: running and non-running life balance is a critical component in optimal running, injury recovery & prevention).

Medical Conditions. Do you have any other medical conditions affecting your running or other physical activity (and may possibly preclude certain running, flexibility or strength exercises or regimen)?