Nicholas Romanov, Ph.D. is a developer of the Pose Method® and a bestselling author of the book by the same title, "The Pose Method® of Running". He was born, raised and educated in Russia, but decided to relocate to United States in early 90's.
A man of humble beginnings, Dr. Romanov became a star Track & Field athlete, a champion with several records in high-jump standing unmatched for years, coached champions, conducted a significant body of scientific research, wrote two groundbreaking books on technique & training as well as published numerous scientific papers, and started a revolution by pointing out Gravity as the leading force in human movement. He dedicated a large portion of his professional life to helping people understand and benefit from better understanding of the role of Gravity in proper and efficient movement.
In 2002, alongside Prof. Tim Noakes, et al., Dr. Romanov conducted and, in 2004, published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exericses a groundbreaking scientific study that demonstrated how to reduce, by virtually 50%, the impact on the knees in running.
Throughout his extensive career, Dr. Romanov had worked with numerous elite athletes in various athletic disciplines and the members of National & Olympic Teams of 5 countries: United States, Great Britain, Russia, El Salvador and Mexico, taking the British Triathlon National Team to 2000 Olympics in Sydney and 2004 Olympics in Athens.
At the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, UK, Dr. Romanov's athlete -a member of the Russian Paralympic Team, Elena Ivanova - won 3 Gold Medals.
He is currently working with the members of the Russian National Triathlon Team.
An Olympic Coach, author, educator and a sport scientist with 40 years of experience, Dr. Romanov specializes in:
-sport training theory and physical education
-training program development from elite to amateur athletes
-injury diagnosis, prevention and exercise rehabilitation
To learn more please visit www.posemethod.com