POSE METHOD® OF RUNNING
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Benefits: This training course and certification exam (through ArmyIgnitED) provide a civilian credential of Certified Running Technique Specialist.
The Pose Method of Running courses have been used by the military since 2008 to improve physical readiness and combat fitness. 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).
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The Pose Method of Running Training Course is now available as an online course and live seminar.
This course is designed to teach anyone the biomechanically correct running technique. During this immersive educational course you will learn how to increase speed and endurance, how to prevent running related injuries and remain injury free.
LOCATION: Online at https://courses.posemethod.com
DURATION: The course totals 20 hrs and is entirely self-paced. Study online any time at your convenience.
CONTENT: Lectures, presentations, instructional and concept videos, as well as follow-along videos for practice and application.
LOCATION: Contact us to schedule for your location
DURATION: 1 Day (up to 8 hrs with a lunch break) or as planned.
CONTENT: Short presentation, active practice and application in a group setting with live instruction.
Certification Exam = 10 promotion points.
In a continuing effort to improve the enlisted promotion system, the Army G1 has approved the initiative to award promotion points for certifications to Soldiers competing for promotion to Sergeant and Staff Sergeant.
How Promotion Points are Awarded
Military Service Obligation
Service Obligation (Enlisted): None.
Service Obligation (Commissioned Officers): None.
The service obligation for the CA program has been removed. This applies to all CA requests submitted and/or completed on or after 13 October 2021. CA request end date in ArmyIgnitED must reflect a date of 13 October 2021 or after.
CA requests completed prior to 13 October 2021 must still complete the applicable service obligation incurred at that time; Regular Army, AGR, and mobilized commissioned officers (under Title 10 or Title 32 authority) incur an Additional Duty Service Obligation (ADSO) of two years and Reserve Component officers (USAR and ARNG) incur a Reserve Duty Service Obligation (RDSO) of four years. The CA military service obligation commences on the ending date of each course for which CA was approved.
To learn more, read the complete Memorandum: Updates to Army Credentialing Assistance Policy