Another Great Workshop
Saturday 31st January 2015
Come to our reformatted workshop on running technique and reap the rewards of you winter training. With the emphasis on running technique over different terrain, this workshop will educate you in the principles of natural running. Whether you are training for an event on the road or across the dirt this workshop will give you the foundation of what it takes to run freely, reduce your potential for injury and maximise your running performance.
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From Road to Trail and Back Again
Consider the benefits of trail running to give the body a break from the damage caused by pounding the tarmac and boost your running performance.Getting to the Bottom of Running!
More often than not the glutes aren’t working properly and the driving force comes from the hamstrings and low back, both of which are supposed to be quite small contributors and consequently over time they will become taut in an attempt to try to stabilise this action. Click through to read more about how to solve the problem!Running Event Preparation
With January over, the runners amongst us are busily preparing for their own event (Reading Half Marathon, London Marathon, even your local Park Run!……) And we must not forget the huge number of triathletes that as well as running, have the joy of adding a swim and bike into the training plan. All of us that compete though have the same goal……. to finish.Running with Shin Pain
Running has become a popular pastime in the UK with the evolution of large city marathons and charity fun runs making endurance exercise a realistic and achievable target for both novice and experienced runners. With an increase in running participation, however, there has been a subsequent increase in running injuries.