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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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Michael Browne 
@ 24th February 2014 09:26:17

I thought running was putting one foot in front of the other quickly and just going hard. So wrong! After one session with Keith I now understand the principles and mechanics of a good stride and how balance, take off and landing are my new goals. Less effort, more speed and less wear and tear on the knees is making my return to running even more fun. Keith's coaching style is very informative, motivating and supportive. His follow up service is brilliant with drills, exercises, tutorial videos and other tips that's got me fired up. My before and after videos would do Jenny Craig proud!

Ben Russell 
@ 30th March 2016 19:15:17

After a "mid-life crisis", I decided to take up Triathlons. I loved swimming and cycling, but running wasn't my thing. 2 years on and I love running, but feel that my technique and shoes were holding me back. Keith was referred to me by a family member and this morning I had my first "barefoot" running session. Wow! What a great session. Lots of information and lots of common sense. I'm definitely looking forward to putting it into practice. Thanks Keith and Heidi! Great Session and Great Value.

Lawrence Stander 
@ 13th August 2012 12:23:51

Keiths true colours came out in me yesterday. For three years I have been unable to break 64.5 Minutes on the City to Surf track. This year I managed to hit 60 Minutes by simply adopting the techniques that Keith taught me. I am not necessarily fitter, just stronger with better technique that got me that time. Next up Half Marathon... Thanks Keith

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The blog was just for the WMA games so is no longer being updated but I hope some people will find my thoughts and experiences interesting and perhaps helpful in preparation for their own races.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