Hamstring Exercises for Runners

James Dunne provides a list of exercises to build hamstring strength in runners. These floor based and functional exercises will help to improve muscle balance around the hip and knee


Plyometric Training For Runners

James looks at the benefits of plyometric training for distance runners. Adding hops, jumps, bounds to your running training can help improve running efficiency


Build Strong Feet For Running

There are some measures you can take to develop increased strength and resilience for your feet - helping you to become a stronger runner, from the ground upwards


Foot Placement or Foot Strike?

We take a look at a simple and common piece of running terminology and it's impact on the technique of runners. In particular the way the foot hits the ground


10 Tips for New Minimalist Runners

James Dunne shares his top ten tips for runners making the change to minimalist shoes. Lean how to avoid the common errors made by new minimalist runners!


Running Arm Swing: Your Secret Weapon

Learn to use your arms as a powerful running cue point as you get fatigued or have to run up hill! Many runners don't know how to use their arms. Now you do


Learning To Run Gently

We take a look at what it takes to run gently. There are three simple cues you can use to improve your running technique and run with less impact on your joints


Pronation Appreciation: Myth Busting For Runners

Little makes my blood boil more that standing in a running store listening to a conversation that starts like this: “Well, you see sir, you pronate. So you need to buy…” We All Pronate. Get Over It! For many years the running community seems to have become fixated on one fundamental movement pattern, pronation of


Top Five Habits To Develop For Efficient Running Form

There are lots of motivational running quotes buzzing around the internet, we’ve all seen them on Facebook and Twitter. One of my favourite quotes goes something like this: “Excellence is not an act, but a habit“. This concept is what I want to focus on with this post. How can your running form be

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