Run for your life
Strength training for runners
Runners run, it's what we do. Good luck getting us to sleep in or skip a run without extreme grumpiness.
Most of our injuries are from overuse; certain parts of our body are not strong enough to tolerate the repetitive impact of running, that's when pain and injuries occur.
Strength program for running trails or half marathons
IOne shoe doesn't fit every foot and a generic runners' strength program doesn't fit every BODY.
Every BODY is different and the reason for your running pains may be very different to a fellow runner with the same injury.
12 week program
Phase 1 - Activation
Assuming you're not currently sidelined by injury, this is your starting line.
If you are currently injured book in to see us for treatment and we'll get you started here when you're recovered.
Appointment 1 -
One hour running assessment
Specific gait analysis
Strengths and weaknesses identified
Appointment 2 -
Individual Training Program
Meet your new 4-week strength and conditioning program
Build strength around your most vulnerable injury points.
Phase 2 - Strength Phase
This is your Accountability Check.
A time to check your progress and build your strength
Four week have passed.
You've been super awesome at executing your strength and conditioning program.
How are you progressing? Ideally you've built strength around your vulnerable injury points.
In Phase 3 we discuss any road blocks and set new goals.
Phase 3- Power training for running .
Meet your new program that will challenge you to becoming the runner you've always wanted to be.
Advanced power exercises.
Plyometrics & bounding.
Specific running exercises.
Thats what awaits you in this phase.
Get ready to go, go , go...