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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

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William and Gitte Rogers 
@ 29th September 2013 17:02:20

Thank you Keith for a very informative & enjoyable training session. The follow up videos and advice has given us plenty to work with. Your knowledge of the sport which you shared with us with such passion and enthusiasm, was very much appreciated. Highly recommended to anyone who wishes to improve their running technique.

Les Cohen 
@ 7th May 2012 10:27:49

I had my first session with Keith this morning and found it to be extremely useful by breaking down my bad habits and rebuilding it with good technique. The follow up video and tips are a great way to see the good and bad and give me a great frame of reference when doing my 'homework'. Thank you Keith, i look forward to years of pleasurable and injury free running.

Michael Bedward 
@ 17th October 2011 14:45:14

Just wanted to pass on a small testimonial anecdote from today's Sri Chinmoy race... At about the 6 or 7km mark another runner pulled level with me and complimented me on my running form. Needless to say, this has never happened before :) I'm well used to getting comments during races but only about my odd footwear. I'm pretty sure that my form went pear shaped in the second half of the race but the first 8km felt smoother than anything i've done before and really enjoyable. All the best, Michael

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The blog was just for the WMA games so is no longer being updated but I hope some people will find my thoughts and experiences interesting and perhaps helpful in preparation for their own races.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