Posted by: runawaynotes | May 7, 2012

My butt on the big screen

So, today was the exciting day when I got to sit down with my physical therapist and watch the video of me running on a treadmill to determine if there is anything wrong with my running form, my shoes, etc. I was prepared to be somewhat embarrassed because I don’t really like seeing myself on film. What I wasn’t prepared for was the close-up shot of my butt on a 24-inch computer monitor. It is incredibly awkward to sit next to a man (even if he is old enough to be your father) and stare at your own butt up close and personal while he is making comments like “See how the right side is clenching a little more than the left one?” Um… yes, I do… can we fast forward through this part now?

On the bright side – there is nothing wrong with my running form, my stride, my shoes, etc. I am a little “stingy” with my arm movement and my feet turn a little to the outside when I run, but nothing bad enough to require correction 🙂

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