[There is so much misinformation about Pose], combined with the one lesson Pose clients who think they've tried and mastered it, then got injured, resulting in anecdotal 'I tried Pose and got injured', and you have an 'internet truth and proof' voice that is impossible to reason with. reason with. - Ray Templeton
I'm tired of re-explaining for upteenth time the following.
- Just because someone says they know how to "Pose run", that doesn't mean that they do. In fact, most do not.
- Very few people can take 1 or 2 lessons and apply the technique well, and even fewer can learn Pose from a book, DVD or Youtube videos.
The arguments are further clouded by the following
- One poorly designed study, which was basically designed to prevent the subjects from learning Pose properly. A Critique of One Study of Pose Running Technique
- People who do not understand Pose theory and then misquote it, or quote it out of context.
- People who attempt to discredit Pose and the Pose community with gross exaggerations. A Conspiracy By Pose Coaches? Oh My!