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Run Better Half-Day Workshop

Overview

Company: Running Forever
Start Date: 02/06/2019
End Date: 02/06/2019
Sports: Running
Location: UK
Price from: £45

Details

Give us four hours and we'll make you a better runner!

Want to make running feel easier and more efficient? Or lower your risk of injuries? Join qualified and experienced coaches Sam Murphy and Jeff Pyrah to find out how.

This four-hour workshop looks at what good running entails using a mix of practical outdoor and classroom sessions, including video analysis. We look at running form, running-specific strength and mobility, posture and body awareness – helping you figure out where your own strengths and weaknesses lie.


The aim is to help you become more aware of 'what you do' when you run, why you do it and how you can address the factors that are holding you back or trapping you in a cycle of injuries. You will go home armed with the information and tools you need to run better – whether that means faster, longer or simply happier. Limited to 10 places. £45 per person.

 

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Coach Profiles

  • A qualified coach and well-known running expert and author, Sam has worked with everyone from beginners just setting out on their running journey to those striving to break three hours in the marathon, qualify for Good for Age places or take on their first ultra – and everything in between! She has a special interest in running form and has helped many runners learn to run better, reducing injuries and improving performance.
  • A lifelong runner and qualified coach, Jeff has a talent for identifying what is stopping a runner achieving their goals and adjusting their training regime accordingly. He can help on all aspects of running, mental and physical, to ensure you are race-ready. Jeff has an impressive running CV, having won many races, including the Beachy Head Marathon and Wendover Woods 50-mile race, and clocking a sub-2.30 marathon PB.