The Fundamentals of Running. Technique Workshop.
Shoe Science Albany
Transform your running. Take your first steps towards lifelong movement efficiency. Enjoy a two hour running workshop with renowned running coach James Kuegler.
Are you jogging for fun and fitness? Training for a marathon? An old hand looking for some new tricks to avoid injury? We guarantee you will come away with new high-performance techniques that enhance your ability to move, the way nature intended.
James lives and breathes running. Whether it be for his own personal running efforts or training someone else, it’s all about movement, usually fairly rapid movement at that. This personal obsession makes him a pretty good running coach, but what makes him exceptional is the fact that he’s also a Doctor of Chiropractic. It’s a combination of skills which gives his clients some very powerful and unique strategies for improving their form and speed.
The Fundamentals of Running. Technique Workshop. Shoe Science Albany
When: Sunday, October 15. 9:00-11:00am
Where: Shoe Science Albany
Coach: James Kuegler
The workshop is a combination of theory and practice. Participants can expect to cover approximately 2km during the workshop.
The workshop is geared towards adults, though I am more than happy for youngsters to attend the session. Children under the age of 13 need to be accompanied by an actively participating adult.
The workshop is suitable and beneficial for all ability levels.
The workshop will take place in rain, hail, or shine. It is your responsibility to be dressed appropriately.
Final details for the workshop will be emailed out to participants no later than a week before the workshop.
"I attended the Running Workshop and found it to be the best technique coaching I've had (and I've done a few)."
"The Running Workshop helped me to take 40 mins off my IRONMAN run time."
"The biggest things I’ve noticed since attending the running workshop, is that running immediately after a bike ride is much easier and I have way more momentum. It doesn’t feel like I’m fighting against my legs. The second is that, the next day after a long run, I can walk down stairs. With arthritis in both knees, typically the day after a long run, my knees are very tender and sore. Now, because I’m ‘un loading’ my knees and using my core and butt more to run, there is less load on my knees."