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Strength & Conditioning 

So why not?

You run the risk of exacerbating any muscular imbalances and injuries, damaging your joints, tendons and ligaments, and simply causing your progress to stagnate so you don’t get fitter or faster because your body gets used to doing the same session multiple times each week.

Strength & Conditioning

Strength And Stability For Runners & Triathletes
Learn about your running muscles and how to use them!

Improve your running with bodyweight training focusing on running

specific exercises that will help you correct your form and gain

muscular strength to help to prevent injury.

Runners often neglect Strength and Condition training, but bodyweight

training will make you a stronger, faster and more injury-proof runner.

Most runners spend their entire training time running.

That’s no surprise – if you want to get really good at something you need to keep at it, right?

In some disciplines with a high skill requirement, such as playing the Violin or darts, then yes, practice does indeed make perfect. But for runners, dedicating every minute of every workout to pounding the pavements (or the treadmill) is not the most effective way to improve.

So what’s the answer?

As most many running experts will tell you,

whether you’re new to running or an old hand, you need to spend at

least one workout a week improving your muscular strength, especially

the muscles of your core, lower back, glutes and legs. This can replace

one of your runs or be a bonus session.


Within six weeks you’ll notice an improvement in almost every aspect

of your running.


Courses run for 6 weeks and are fully instructed with small groups.

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