“We don’t rise to the level of our expectations, we fall to the level of our training.”
POSE METHOD® OF RUNNING + ARMY TRAINING
The Pose Method of Running courses have been used by the military since 2008 and on October 1, 2020 the Pose Method became the method for the running skill program and drills published in the updated US Army Holistic Health And Fitness Field Manual (FM 7-22) and Holistic Health And Fitness Drills And Exercises Army Techniques Publications (ATP 7-22.02).
POSE METHOD® OF RUNNING
Developed by an Olympic Coach, this training can be immediately implemented and scaled. To sign up for this running skill training available to all service members through ArmyIgnitED program, click on the “REQUEST QUOTE” button to fill out the quote request form.
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Running Skill is not officially taught at any stage of training throughout a service member’s career. Running Injuries are a big problem in the Army, costing 577 million per year, and more than 2 out of 3 injured soldiers face injuries from running. Training service members in Running Skill retroactively (after Basic Training or AIT) has not been a feasible option until now.
Health and Holistic Fitness, or H2F is a big initiative by the Army to revamp training protocols. One of the major updates in the new doctrine is the addition of Running Skill (Pose Method) in FM 7-22 (Chapter 7).
Running Skill training is now available, on demand – forcewide – through the ArmyIgnitED program. Individual Soldiers can watch Pose Method running skill training videos online, and even become a certified instructor (promotion points)!
HOW TO SIGN UP ON ARMYIGNITED
Click on “DOWNLOAD GUIDE” to download a .PDF file with detailed instructions on how to create an account on ArmyIgnitED.com and then how to sign up for the Pose Method of Running training course as well as Certified Running Technique Specialist credential.
CREDENTIALING OPPORTUNITY LISTING: The Pose Method of Running training course and the Certified Running Technique Specialist credential are aligned with the Soldier Common Core(MOS) and P5 Master Fitness Trainer (ASI). Click here to find out more about this credential.