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View HK Webinar Recording: Losing the Battle of Wounded Knee?

Are your feet and/or your pelvis the enemy?


Human Kinetics conducted a free webinar, “Losing the Battle of Wounded Knee?  Are your feet and/or your pelvis the enemy?”, on Wednesday, January 12, from 1:00 to 2:00 PM eastern time.

This webinar was led by Joe Puleo, author of Running Anatomy and head cross-country and track and field coach at Rutgers University, and was attended by runners, athletic trainers, and coaches interested in keeping runners injury free.

Click here to view a recording of the Webinar.

This is the first entry in Human Kinetics’ Webinar Series. HK’s aim is to offer Webinars periodically over the coming months on a variety of sport- and fitness-related issues. Visit for further details.


About the presenter
Joe Puleo
is the head men’s and women’s cross-country and track and field coach at Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey. He is also the head running coach for Cadence Cycling and MultiSport Center, a premiere training center in Philadelphia featured in the New York Times, Outside, Men’s Journal, Men’s Health, Shape, GQ, and Triathlete Magazine. His responsibilities as lead instructor include coaching the United States Marine Corps global running program.

His previous 20 years of experience include coaching multiple high school state champions in track and field; NCAA Division III All-Americans in the 100-meter, the 800-meter (indoor and outdoor), and cross-country; male and female winners at the prestigious Penn Relays and NYRRC Marathon Tune-Up races; the 2008 USAT amateur duathlete of the year; and an Olympic Trials qualifier in the marathon. Puleo has also coached three World Championship teams for the United States Armed Forces, two marathon teams, and a cross-country team.

Formerly a nationally ranked age-group triathlete, Puleo has competed in over 100 multisport events and over 300 cross-country, track, and road races since 1985.


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