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Gerry Ramogida on Why Biomechanics Matter

In this video UKA's Gerry Ramogida discusses the reasons why the study of biomechanics has become so important in the coaching of today.

Ramogida is a chiropractor, acupuncturist and Active Release practitioner. He has previously worked with many international athletes such as Bruny Surin, Mark Boswell and Donovan Bailey. Recently, Gerry supported Canadian Record holders Tyler Christopher and Adam Kunkel and was on the medical team for the 2008 Canadian Olympic team for athletics. He currently works for UKA at Lee Valley and works closely with UKA Performance Centre Director Dan Pfaff.

  • Uploaded: 24.03.2011
  • Duration: 00:45:00
  • Views: 1212

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