Running has become super popular, and for great reasons. We want to get off the sofa and outside. It’s free. We gain benefits from running such as keeping fit, strengthening our muscles and bones and its a great stress and anxiety buster. Whats not to love?
However what if putting on trainers fills you with dread? Worried that you won’t make it down the road? Worried that people will laugh at how slow you are going or possibly you’ve tried running but have aches and pains that prevent you from even taking a step out the door?!
Or maybe you are just stuck in the same old running rut of doing the same route, at the same pace and getting nowhere fast? Do you want to reach that 5k quicker? Maybe you want to jump to 10k without it feeling like a marathon? Or maybe you dream of one day being able to jump up to a half marathon??
You are not alone.
The benefits above are for us all. Not just for the ‘lucky’ few.
We can make changes to how we approach running. Mix up the training. Add some fun, dynamic drills that you can do at home in short spaces of time to gain more access to movement potential in our joints and muscles.
Improving the capacity to move better and learn a few running techniques will ultimately take you to the next level of running. Running that feels like ease.
I’ve been running for a long time. But it was a rocky road to begin with. I started with a ton of injuries. I sort help from many various therapists and got so fed up I decided to go and learn about running biomechanics myself. So I went and trained with the London School of Running and became one of their Master Run Coaches.
But this just fuelled my obsession about how the human body moves. I’ve now spent the last 5 years studying human movement biomechanics and now run with so much more freedom from understanding the fundamentals of human movement. If I get a niggle – it doesn’t take me long to move out of it. (you can find out more about me here: http://movewellwithsallytrussler.co.uk/who-we-are/
As is usually the case with getting out of your comfort zone; we need a little helping hand. Hear about Julie’s story here:
I will teach you as much as I can over 12 weeks. 4 x 1 hour sessions a month with homework! And of course I am always on hand to help when you need it. Cost is £180 per month.Any questions about how I can help – just send me a message or check out my FB page below 🙂