You're probably just like so many of us runners... Did your physiotherapist say that you need to work on various "weak links" such as your glutes or core strength, if you want to stop losing valuable training time to painful and frustrating running injuries?
If so, this collection of targeted training plans will be perfect for you!
The Ultimate Running Injury Prevention Package gives you instant (and ongoing) access to our most popular three training programmes, to help you run stronger and stay injury-free.
Here's everything you need to know about each of the programmes:
Our step-by-step approach to activation, strength, mobility and stability will provide you with the progressive structure, resources and guidance you need to find and the fix weak links and errors in form which have previously hampered your running.
We'll help you discover (and fix) your weak links.
Build strength in your glutes and posterior chain.
Poor hip mobility can be inhibiting your glutes. We'll fix that.
Develop hip stability and core control to create a stronger foundation for your running.
Learn how to run using your glutes more effectively.
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Thanks to our comprehensive approach to activation and strengthening, even the most "lazy" set of gluteal muscles can be re-awakened and trained to provide hip strength and stability for confident, injury-free running.
This comprehensive step-by-step approach to core activation, strength and stability will provide you with the progressive structure, resources and guidance you need to find and the fix weak links which have previously hampered your running.
We'll help you learn how to properly engage your core muscles.
To ensure you have a strong foundation for us to build on, these progressive workouts begin with exercises and drills to ensure and reinforce the proper activation of your core muscles.
You'll learn how to maintain core control through a range of challenging movements, which will transfer into better control of your running gait.
Develop strength-endurance in your core region, so you can run stronger for longer.
Each exercise and drill is explained and demonstrated in detail on video.
This running specific approach to core activation and strengthening, ensures that even the most neglected set of core muscles can be re-awakened and trained to provide strength and stability for confident, injury-free running.
Running doesn't have to be so hard on your body...
Our gradual approach to coaching running technique will provide you with the progressive structure, resources and guidance you need to find and fix the flaws in running technique which have previously hampered your running.
Learn the meaning of key terminology often encountered when reading about running biomechanics, and how each term relates to your own running technique.
You will learn which muscle groups (and other anatomical structures) are important to consider when it comes to improving your running form, and becoming a stronger, injury-free runner.
Great running technique begins with proper posture. Learn simple but powerful cues to help you achieve and maintain good posture, even when you get tired!
Your running cadence and stride length are two of the most important variables when it comes to pace. Learn how to safely increase your running cadence, and stop yourself from overstriding, while achieving the required stride length for a given pace.
Whether you habitually run with a heel strike, forefoot strike or anything in between, we'll show you how to adapt your footstrike to avoid undue stress and strain on your body.
Learn how (and why) the pattern with which your leg swings forward onto the next stride, makes all the difference when it comes to running efficiently, achieving a more controlled footstrike, and preventing yourself from overstriding.
The role of the upper body and arms in running gait, is all too frequently overlooked! You will learn how to use your arms more effectively to create balance and rhythm in your running style.
Learn powerful cues to help you maintain proper running form whether you're running fast, long, uphill or downhill.
Follow our structured eight week training plan, created as a 'skills development programme' to work alongside your existing running schedule, whether you're training for an upcoming marathon, starting as a new runner, or returning to running after an injury.
This comprehensive approach to coaching running technique, will allow you to run with greater awareness and control of how your body is moving, with a running style that reduces undue stress and strain on your body.
Through taking control of your running technique and placing less undue stress on your body, you can look forward to running with fewer injuries.
Let's get started...