Run Injury Free Workshop Breakthrough Session (FREE)
READ THIS BEFORE YOU BOOK A CALL: This call is not about tips or strategies. It is about getting to the truth of the challenges you are having with your running and how it is affecting your life and seeing if I can help you. If I can help you run pain-free and never have to worry about injury again, I will make an offer to work with you.
If you decide to work with me it will require a investment. So, only get on the call if you are serious about running pain-free right now and are willing to invest in yourself. I looking forward to seeing you on the other side. 🙂
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Couple of things to keep in mind…
We are coaches and injury prevention trainers. We do not diagnose injuries or give individual medical advice for the treatment of specific injuries. If you have an injury and need specific medical advice, see your medical professional. What we do is help you run pain and injury free by sharing our opinions, research and what has worked for us and our clients. You can see a sampling of our results below.
What Others Have to Say…
“This weekend’s long run went FANTASTIC. No hip pain and I ran strong. This is the first time I have run 10 miles since embarking on the strength routine and I was a little nervous at first. However, after mile 3 (mile 3 usually is the threshold for me when I find my pace and rhythm) I felt great and found myself running strong. I anticipated a 2 hour run but I finished 15 minutes early and did the speed work you recommended to the last 10 minutes. Again, I felt wonderful!”Jesse O. ~ Age 38
“So this morning I tried your dynamic stretches and I couldn’t believe how much better I felt. The first two miles flew by! The next two were up hill so that was still hard! I’m going to do those dynamic stretches from now on. Thank you!” (From an email received 7/21/2016)Dee Grimes
“I am grateful today that you suggested foam rolling when I had my gluteus issues this spring I was sceptic but it cured my glutes issues. Thursday I had physicl training and our instructor pushed us hard, my legs were as sore as after a 50K ultra race, I am not kidding. I have foam rolled 2 times yesterday and 2 times today and am so much better. What a life saver”
“I been anticipating a good update for you. Just finished the first day on upper body segment and doing some of the additionals. OK, just letting you know that you are awesome! I ran a 10K this weekend, Vulcan Run in Birmingham. My legs and body felt great the whole time and I was able to run freely and hard and really enjoyed it. I’m gonna post a plug on your website. This same race last year was my first 10K, my pace in it was 9:43; 58th in my age group and 770 overall. This years result, 7:52 pace, 14th in my age group and 211 overall. My goal now is to break the top 10 somewhere. I’m sticking with it. Thank you for everything.”Frank Barry - Age 54
“I went to my chiropractor and massage therapist yesterday. For the first time my massage therapist didn’t tell me how tight my legs were. She even said, “For a runner your legs aren’t very tight, even your IT band.” For the first time my massage wasn’t a torture session. This is my peak week of training for my half marathon and one would expect otherwise.”Patricia Russell - Age 47