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FIT TO RUN®/WALK PROGRAMME

 

Did you know?

For women over 35 who run, their most common injuries are foot and ankle related?

That over one quarter of the bones in your body are in your feet, so if they’re not happy, nothing else will be!

That if you’re leaking with running, it may be more important to work on hip mobility rather than isolated pelvic floor ‘clenching’!

Are you afraid of leaking when you’re running?

 

Do you have pain with running?

 

Or maybe you’re wanting to get back to running after injury?

 

Then this is the programme for you!

Week 1:
Foot and Ankle Mobility and Strength for Female Runners

Week 2:
Calves and Shins – Self-Care for Female athletes

 

Week 3:
Building Better Knees – Mastering Your ‘Kneehab’

 

Week 4:
Hip Strength & Mobility For Female Runners

 

Week 5:
Lumbopelvic Mobility for Female Runners

 

Week 6:
Putting it All Together with Plyometrics

WHO IS THIS PROGRAMME FOR?

This six week programme, created by our Clinical Advisor + Women’s Health Physiotherapist – Michelle Lyons is designed to give you THE VERY BEST FOUNDATION for your new or already established running habit – literally from the ground up!

 

Delivered either virtually or face-to-face, this programme is UNIQUE because it’s specifically designed with a woman’s body in mind, especially in terms of Pelvic Health because at the end of the day, women’s are DIFFERENT to mens and all exercise/rehab programming needs to be made bespoke for each woman.

Over the course of six week, you and your Coach will cover all the BIG ROCKS of running in comfort and with ease.  We’ll cover foot and ankle mobility and strength initially, and over the 6 week course, we’ll work together on building resilience in your calves and shins, improving your knees and hips, gain mobility in your spine and pelvis and show you how to put it all together.

 

We’re not guaranteeing that you’ll end up beating Mo Farrah any time soon  but we will be giving you the tools to help you ‘control your controllables’ when it comes to the most common injuries women who run have to deal with.

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Join us

To join our next round of

Fit 2 Run, click here.