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Groundbreaking Q&A on Running Biomechanics with Stephen Tamaribuchi – Now Available For Download

Kerry Sullivan met Stephen in January and he helped Kerry tremendously with his running. He is enormous resource and knows his running biomechanics inside out.

Stephen, one of the nation’s top consultants for prevention of repetitive strain injuries, invented the e3 grip technology as a result of twenty years experience in the field of human biomechanics, working with both sports athletes and “corporate athletes” suffering from repetitive stress injuries.

Stephen holds B.A. and M.A.degrees from California State University, Sacramento. He was trained by world renowned Japanese masters of shiatsu acupressure, Wataru Ohashi and Shizuto Masunaga, and has been practicing and lecturing locally and nationally for twenty years.

Stephen’s corporate clients have included Microsoft Corporation, Apple Computer, Hewlett Packard, California Self-Insured Association, Northern California Hand Therapy Study Group, Northern California Association of Radiological Technicians, Department of Industrial Relations, State of California, Georgia Pacific, the Department of Health Services, State of California, the Fleming Company, Radiological Associates, Office Ergonomics Research Committee (O.E.R.C.), and the Burton Snowboard Team.

Private clients have included Rod Laver, world tennis champion, Rudolf Nureyev, the great ballet star, Dave Scott, triathlete and 6x winner of the Hawaii Ironman Triathalon, and Tina and Michael Basich, world class snowboarders.

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