A 4 hour workshop designed specifically for runners taught jointly by Marie Page and personal trainer Shaun Bigg.


How to improve your running performance and reduce injury

The workshop will combine physical mobility theory and practical exercises for improved movement, strength and flexibility.


Featuring:

  • Seminar-style input on the theory of movement, energy efficiency, improving strength, power, energy and coordination.
  • Practical sessions on mobility, building muscular endurance and balance for your sport, strength and agility training.
  • How yoga-based stretches can benefit any athlete from occasional walker to distance runner
  • Optional trail run putting theory into practice
  • Time for expert Q&A


As a runner do you relate to these questions?

  • Do you love to run but find yourself hampered by injury?
  • Are you struggling to breakthrough with distance or speed?
  • Is recovery getting more of an issue the older you get?
  • Are you worried that your focus on running could be storing up problems for you in the future?
  • Do you feel that aspects such as poor muscular endurance or balance let you down?
  • How can you best prepare the body to avoid injury?
  • Wanting to improve running speed and efficiency without increasing distances or time spent training?
  • Needing advice on how to deal with those creaking hips, sore knees, tight ankles and other runners issues?


We’ll be exploring these questions and more throughout the session


Workshop timings

9.00am Intros and theory/discussion

10.15am Practical element

11.30am Coffee

11.50am Options: Yoga Session or Trail Run

1.00pm Finish


Early Booking Discount

Price currently £20. Will go to £25 on 1 February.

Attendees will also receive a £5 discount off a future yoga class with Marie and £10 off a future personal training session with Shaun.


The workshop, which is open to new runners and veterans alike, will feature seminar-style input on running theory, how the body runs and how we can help it to run better. Included are practical sessions on mobility, building muscular endurance and balance, strength and agility training.


Attendees will benefit from a better understanding of how we run and the essential underpinning of strength and conditioning. Changes to their training will benefit not just their running but everyday life and movement.


 *Other sports also welcome – tennis, cycling, cricket and more

How many places do you wish to book?