RunDNA Skills Lab & Business Development

Wilmington, DE
November 9th & 10th, 2024
Practice the Certified Running Gait Analyst skills with an in person Running CEU Course with guidance from our lead education instructors.


The Skills Lab includes hands on training and networking with running professionals, business development, & CEUs.

*This event is open to anyone with a Level 1 Certification or higher.


The RunDNA Systematic Approach Demo & Discussion

Watch Doug run through a full runner’s analysis including Gait Analysis, Runner Readiness Assessment and Loading Levels.  Then, participate in a group discussion on gait retraining, rehab techniques, strengthening recommendations, and training load management to understand how to help runners meet their performance goals.

Runner Readiness Assessment

Skills Lab

Practice the skills you learned from our Certified Running Gait Analyst (CRGA) courses with Doug and Scott in a group setting.  Practice the Runner Readiness Assessment, Loading Levels Assessment, gait analysis and retraining in small groups.

Well Being

Case Presentations

Provide a recap of your findings, how you retrained gait and prioritized treatment.  Watch gait analyses from various runners and receive direct feedback about your treatment.

Comprehensive Plans


This is an 8 hour CEU event by multiple National Governing bodies and 24+ individual states. Physical Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Chiropractors, and Personal Trainers are all eligible for CEUs. See full details by scrolling to FAQ below.

Case Studies

Networking & Socializing

Now you can talk shop in person and ask questions to the group about growing a practice that consistently brings in runners.  Go on a group run or join a runner strength workout and then have some fun at the Happy Hour!

RunDNA App Trial

Business Development

The Lab will include formal and informal opportunities to discuss business growth and marketing so you can be a trusted Running Specialist in your community and fill your schedule with runners.


RunDNA Skills Lab & Business Development Fall 2024

November 9th & 10th, 2024

1806 N Van Buren Street

Wilmington, DE 19802

Become a Running Expert
Become a Running Expert


Saturday’s Agenda
>> 9 AM – 4:30 PM

  • Group Breakfast

  • Rapid Practice Session: Runner Readiness Assessment, 2D analysis, 3D analysis, and loading levels.

  • Group Lunch

  • Case Practice: analyze & retrain each other’s gait in groups of 3

  • App Orientation & Practice

Sunday’s Agenda:
>> 9 AM – 12 PM

  • Group Breakfast

  • Case Practice Presentations with instructor feedback & discussion

  • Business Marketing & Development Q&A

Register November 9th & 10th, 2024
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Delaware Skills Lab

RunDNA Fall Skills Lab


November 9th & 10th, 2024

Get all of the knowledge, skills, and tools you need to specialize in running. Practice gait analysis and gait retraining and workshop building a business focused on runners.

Level 1 is a pre-req for the Skills Lab. Need to bundle Level 1 with your registration or want to Level up and get your Level 2 Certification? You can add those bundles at checkout.

1806 N Van Buren Street

Wilmington, DE 19802


Email education@rundna.com with any questions.


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Doug Adams

Doug Adams


Dr. Doug Adams is a Physical Therapist who has published and spoken at an international level on all things related to running. Doug has taught thousands of professionals his systematic approach to providing personalized plans for runners through the Certified Running Gait Analyst and Endurance Running Coaching courses. He also designed and created a portable 3D Motion Analysis system called Helix 3D for analyzing and categorizing running form that is used widely throughout the Department of Defense and commercial sectors.

  • Team PT for Tinman Elite Professional Running Team
  • Adjunct faculty for the 711th Human Performance Wing of the US Air Force
  • Co-Founder Omega Project PT in Wilmington, Delaware that specializes in treating endurance athletes and runners

Scott Greenberg


Scott is a sport medicine expert with an emphasis on optimizing running performance, running injury prevention, treating running-related injuries, and foot orthoses.

As the Manager of Clinical Operations for UF (University of Florida) Health’s Outpatient Rehabilitation department, Scott has dedicated his career to working with University of Florida Athletes to optimize their running, speed, and agility performance. He is the Running Injury and Biomechanics Consultant to University of Florida Track and Cross Country and Foot and Ankle Specialist for University of Florida Athletic Association Athletes. He is also a Certified Endurance Running Specialist, a USA Track and Field Certified Level 1 Coach, and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Scott is a nationally recognized lecturer in the area of running medicine and is the current Chairman of the Academy of Sports Physical Therapy’s Running Special Interest Group.

He currently resides in Gainesville, Florida with his wife and two daughters.

Be the "Go-To" Running Specialist
Be the "Go-To" Running Specialist
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are these courses for?

Whether you work with runners all day long or a few times a month, this course will give you the confidence and clarity to achieve excellent results and accelerate your success.  Physical therapist, Chiropractors, Athletic Trainers, Physicians, Podiatrists, Personal Trainers, Running Coaches, and Running Retail Specialists will find immediate and applicable knowledge, no matter what level of experience .  There are NO requirements to have special technology or applications to obtain the benefits of this course.

How long do I have access to the course for?

Once you register, you’ll have access to the course indefinitely. This course is available on the website and mobile app, so you can watch it anywhere and at your own pace.

How difficult is the course?

The instructors provide all of the background and information needed so that you can apply everything. If you do not have a background in anatomy and biomechanics you may want to take our free Essential Elements course prior to Level 1.

What are Level 1 Certified Running Gait Analysts finding most beneficial about the certification?

“I really like the running readiness assessment and breakdowns for each of the screening tools. I also liked the interventions given based on specific mobility/stability impairments. Since the course is self-paced, I’ve already effectively used some of the strategies with my runners!” L. Wong, DPT

“From reviewing the case studies which bring together the whole systematic approach, I’ve been able to determine a better prescription for the runners I’m working with who are recovering from running injuries. Already, I am seeing more runners referred by current patients.” A. Xavier, DPT

Are they approved for CEUs?

YES! We have approvals with state PT boards/associations, ACSM, BOC, NSCA, and PACE.

Physical Therapy:

The course is approved in AZ, WI, CO, OH, IL, CA, TX, TN, FL, PA, MN.

The following states do not require accreditation, however, please confirm with your state board for any changes: AL, CT, IA, ME, MA, MT, NE, NH, UT, WA.

The following states accept accreditation from other states, however, please confirm with your state board for any changes: AK, DE, HI, KS, KT, MI, NM, NC, ND, OR, SD, VA.

On the check out page, we give all of the course details for you to submit to your State Board or Professional Association for approval if your state is not listed.


RunDNA is recognized by the PACE program of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards.


The course is approved for Class A CEUs through the BOC.


The American College of Sports Medicine’s Professional Education Committee certifies that “Run DNA” meets the criteria for official ACSM Approved Provider status from (2020 – December 2023). Approved Providers and their content reflect the concepts of their respective organizations and do not necessarily represent the positions or policies of ACSM. Provider ID #876886

NSCA: The National Strength and Conditioning Association approved 0.8 CEU(s) or 8 contact hours in category C for certified individuals who successfully complete this course. Approved Activity Code: L1647-HSCRG2. Please note: NSCA completion certificates for this course must be requested by email at Education@RunDNA.com.

Are there requirements to maintain Level 1 or Level 2 Certification?

While we encourage you to continue learning (and will provide opportunities for you to do so) there is no requirement for maintaining Level 1 or Level 2 certification.