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Want to run faster, further and stay injury-free?

If you want to run faster, further and stay injury-free – or simply want to enjoy your running more, then why not join noted author and journalist Sam Murphy’s running workshop at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre in South London on Sunday 17th October.

Sam will be looking at running technique (with video analysis) and demonstrating ways you can improve it with drills and exercises, and will work on building running-specific strength and stability and cover warming up, cooling down and stretching effectively.

There will be two running sessions – one in the morning (technique-focused) and one in the afternoon, which allows plenty of time for recovery in between.

Don’t worry if you aren’t a fast runner as everyone will work to their own level and no one will get left behind. However, if you are quick, rest assured you will be challenged!

In the classroom, you will learn how to create your own balanced, effective training programme to meet your own personal goals and learn more about effective nutrition for runners.

Sports therapist, Clive Lacey, will be on hand to offer advice on any niggles/injuries you may have and do mini posture assessments. He’ll also be able to answer your questions on If you want to run faster, further and stay injury-free – or simply want to enjoy your running more, then why not join noted author and journalist Sam Murphy’s running workshop at Crystal Palace National Sports Centre in South London on Sunday 17th October.

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  1. Laura says

    This sounds very similar to what The Running School have been doing for the last few years in Chiswick!

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