Are you ready to TRANSFORM your running?

Whether you want to lower your injury risk, find out why you get injuries and niggles, or improve your running performance, our in-depth running assessment can help you!

 

This is not any ordinary gait analysis – this is a RunTeach Running Assessment that has helped scores of runners just like you to identfy what they are doing right and what needs to improve.

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Run Stronger, Faster, Longer

In almost every other sport, we take lessons and practice, practice, practice! But when it comes to running, we just lace up our shoes, get out the door, and expect our body to do the rest. Is it any wonder that in the past four months, 40% of runners will have suffered a running-related injury? At RunTeach, we are passionate about helping runners of all abilities to learn this amazing craft. Because… running is a skill. You can build a strong, stable base. You can run stronger, faster, longer – and reduce your risk of injury!

Relentless Endurance

Relentless Endurance

You know that feeling of “why did I decide to do this?”... well that was me after only 3 laps of the 5 mile route at the Mizuno Endure 24 race in Reading, UK last weekend (15th and 16th June 2019). As the name suggests, it is a 24 hour endurance race and it starts at...

Stabilise your feet

Stabilise your feet

Have you been told that you over pronate? Have you noticed that your knees and feet collapse inwards when you walk or run? While over pronation and collapsing knees (known as knee valgus) is often down to a number of factors including gluteal and abdominal activation...

Shin strength exercises for runners

Shin strength exercises for runners

As we learnt in an earlier post, one of the things that can be a factor in shin splints are weak shin muscles. The muscles that we are particularly interested in are the tibialis anterior muscles. However, a couple of others are also important here... Extensor...

How we can help

Your current ability doesn’t matter – it all starts with an assessment and the skills to help you improve.

“Just completed a run assessment with Chris O’Brien of runteach.com Really interesting. Chris was brilliant and the assessment provided an in-depth analysis of my running. Came away with a report and an action plan detailing the areas that I need to work on. But most of all I came away enthusiastic and confident. Like many people I’ve never been taught to run and any coaching/ guidance is very valuable. Thanks Chris. A hour well spent.” Jan, Dorset.  

“I was a little hesitant about having a run assessment and I’d prepared myself to be told of everything I was doing wrong. However Chris made me feel completely at ease and I was pleasantly surprised that my running form is better than I had expected it to be.  The assessment was informative, productive and I enjoyed it. Chris has provided me with in-depth reports on the session and given advice & exercises on the things I need to address.  Definitely an hour well spent and I highly recommend it for anyone who would like to learn more about their running form and ways in which to progress as it was really beneficial.” Julie, Dorset

“Hi Chris Thanks for the session yesterday. It was really enlightening! Lots to think about and a really positive experience. Regards, Mike.”

Did The Beast (HM) today. Everything you have said really makes sense now and I felt when muscle fatigue cut in on calves, quads and hip flexors and my glutes not being used.

Mike, Dorset

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