Use the next 12 weeks to become a different runner. You HAVE to make the most of this time.
Make a change. Don't waste these 12 weeks! Use the time you have AND this course to make a change! Make improving your running a priority.
REFUND GUARANTEE: if you don't think it will work for you we will give you your money back if you tell us within 30 days!
This program is for triathletes that wish to improve their triathlon run times. There are 2 levels of program to follow.
Level 1: Currently running 2 times a week. You want to run 5k in 30 mins or under!
Level 2: You could be a club runner usually running 3 times a week. You comfortably run 5 k in under 30 mins - under 20 mins is your goal - oh yes!!
You will need:
a) appropriate trainers and a heart rate monitor - Level 2 runners will also need to be able to monitor and work to pace
b) the commitment and availability to run 3 times a week for Level 1 runners and 4 times a week for Level 2 runners
c) be free from any niggles or injury caused by running
Focus on technique. Learn about and improve your body position. By keeping our bodyweight just slightly forward when we are running (the whole body and not just bending at the hip) we ensure that we reduce the deceleration between each running stride. Fitness focus. Develop endurance and get into a routine that includes effective recovery techniques.
Focus on technique. Your landing zone. Your fore-foot should strike the ground directly underneath your centre of mass. If you land on your heel, you will be landing in front of your centre of mass and you will be applying the brakes! Fitness. The fitness focus continues with the development of strength.
Focus on technique. Minimizing ground contact time. If we have used our fore-foot as our landing zone, then we are able to utilize the elastic properties of the elastic tissues in our lower legs. Fitness. The fitness focus peaks with muscular endurance and quality speed work.
Top 8 in 3 World Triathlon Championships - 4 podium placings in World Cups. Now Welsh Academy coach, Welsh National 10k Champion.