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Running Fact #1
One of the most powerful and effective ways to improve your running, is to perfect your technique.
Running Fact #2
Running with good form helps you avoid common muscle imbalances and biomechanical flaws that often lead to injury.
Running Fact #3
You can develop and improve your running technique quickly and easily using the proven methods in our online course.
Do you suffer from…?
- Running Knee Pain (ITBS, PFPS, etc…)
- Running Related Back Pain
- Foot & Ankle Injuries
- ‘Shin Splints’ (MTSS)
- Tight Hip Flexors
- Weak Glutes
- Tight Hamstrings
Why Improve Technique…?
- Increase Speed & Running Efficiency
- Avoid Common Running Injuries
- Improve Muscle Balance & Posture
- Learn to Enjoy Running Again
Dr Tamsin Lewis – Pro Triathlete
Become part of our inner circle of members and learn the skill of running efficiently and faster with stronger, more effective technique.
Our coaching team will teach you how to engage your glutes and hamstrings effectively as you run.
We show you how to harness significant energy from your upper body, and correct your running posture. All ultimately turning you into a more efficient, effective and balanced runner.
- Four Running Sessions Weekly
- Video & Audio Instructions
- Email Coaching Support
- Exclusive Members Forum
- Injury Prevention Exercises
- Strength & Flexibility Exercises
- Unique Coaching Methodology
- Proven Results & Lifetime Access!
From Runners Using Our Online Course…
About James Dunne
Running Rehabilitation Specialist
Performance Director – Kinetic Revolution
James has been working with athletes from a wide range of sports since 2002. Holding an Honours Degree in Sport Rehabilitation, his areas of speciality include:
- Running Technique Coaching
- Running Injury Rehabilitation
- Running Video Analysis
He currently works with a large group of Runners and Triathletes across a wide range of abilities from Pro to Beginner.
Previously a professional Rugby Union player, James has worked with International Track Athletes, Premiership Footballers and within professional Rugby League.
James now focuses his own training on the various endurance events he’s racing in 2013.
He also writes for, and has featured in, various health and fitness magazines such as Women’s Running, UltraFit Magazine and Men’s Running.
He is also a fully insured member of the British Association of Sport Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT)
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