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Running technique sessions - run smoother, faster, farther

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Our technique-change book based of my successful sessions and backed up with expert advice and exercises for transitioning to better technique

5 Star reviews

All Amazon reviews (11 reviews - UK, USA, INDIA so far) are 5 star. If you would like to review the first 3 chapters which cover poor technique and the injuries caused, and how good technique works you can now download HERE

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Ti Smith 
@ 23rd May 2011 09:05:15

Thank you for the training over the past couple of months. The change in technique and intense sessions paid dividends in the SMH Half Marathon with a 93 minute run and negative splits for each 5k. It has given me the confidence to step up to a full marathon later this year and an opportunity to run and run!

Rhett Gibson 
@ 20th August 2012 00:40:17

In the two months since training with Keith I have run two personal best times over10km and also completed a personal best City to Surf. I have also found that after long runs I am less fatigued due to a more efficient stride. I recommend any runner who is serious about improving their technique book a session with Keith.

Andy Bryant 
@ 28th October 2015 01:10:44

Following Keith's workshop I took 7 weeks off competition to strengthen up and run short distances barefoot, then beat my half-ironman run pb by a few minutes, 1:32. My new running form feels entirely natural now, and is sustainable through to marathon distance. Lower calves took a few months to adapt, even though I'm accustomed to flat shoes in daily life, with no history of achilles injury. Garmin metrics show that my feet spend 10% less time on the ground now (225ms). This has been a game-changer for me, and I look forward to training faster shorter distances through the (UK) winter.

Keith's blog

I started this blog in the run up to the World Masters' Athletics games in Sacramento July 2011.

I hope it makes interesting reading ...

You will find the blog here

The blog was just for the WMA games so is no longer being updated but I hope some people will find my thoughts and experiences interesting and perhaps helpful in preparation for their own races.

2016
By request I have restarted the blog as I attempt the 60+ world records.
























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