Ultramarathons. What , why and how are the questions I'm most commonly asked. Hopefully you find some answers here from my own personal perspective. My other blog at www.mile27.com.au/blog is full of information on running and health and fitness in general.

Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Improve your running efficiency and decrease your risk of injury

If you are in the London area and interested in improving your running technique, decreasing your risk of injury and increasing your core and glute strength then this may be of interest.

Until Feb 22 I am offering my Running Assessment and Conditioning Training session for only £40. This normally costs between £60 and £120.

Unfortunately this offer is only available between 12 and 5 Monday to Friday. Session lasts for 75 minutes and is conducted out of LA Fitness at Kentish Town.

Here's what you get out of it

Improved running technique
Reduced risk of injury
Stronger core specific to running
Increased strength and flexibility in your feet, legs, hips specific to running

Here's is what happens in the 75 minute session

Running technique assessment and recommendations
Full 3- Dimensional Assessment of your feet, ankles ,knees, hips and spine
Areas of weakness or flexibility problems highlighted
Exercises prescribed to correct these weaknesses. (The exercises will involve very little, if any equipment and certainly nothing you wouldn't have lying around at home)

A chance to correct muscular imbalances, improve running technique and reduce your risk of injury for only £40.

For bookings pleae email me at andydubois@hotmail.co.uk

A bit about me.

I've been a personal trainer for over 14 years and specialise in Injury Rehabilitation and Endurance Performance Training. I use a 3 dimensional approach on assessment and exercise prescription that brings about changes to the body rapidly compared to conventional methods. If you thought squats and planks were all you needed to do to increase your core and leg strength then you might be suprised. For an insight into my training philosophy have a read of

Why to avoid Machines weight exercises at all costs

Crunching your way to a weaker core

Plank or crunches, which is the best core exercise for runners

How to improve your strength, speed, power, endurance specifically for running

A better way to strengthen Gluteus Medius

If you have any questions please dont hesitate to contact me at andydubois@hotmail.co.uk

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