Running is primal. And for some, running even comes naturally. For the rest of us, running can be the most challenging leg of a triathlon - partly because it is the final leg of the journey and partly because most triathletes put their training energy into the swim and bike – leaving little fuel in the tank for the run.
Are you a happy runner? Are you ready to become a more efficient runner, where technique changes can keep you both injury free and lower your energy output? Then, consider a scientific approach to running – one that is based on movement science -- and not gimmicky shoes, no shoes or running approaches with catchy names.
Coach Jane Wadsworth is a 35 year distance runner having competed in Marathons, Half Marathons, and Triathlons – along with many other distances and sport disciplines in between. As a nationally ranked tennis player, Mid-Atlantic Tennis Pro of the Year and Certified USPTA/PTR Tennis Instructor – Jane has vast coaching experience with bridging the most efficient injury-free movement patterns and techniques from one sport to another. As an NASM Certified Personal Trainer – Jane combines her passion for efficient, injury free running with knowledge of multi-sport biomechanics – providing a unique running experience for her student athletes.
Everyone learns differently. Some people prefer one-on-one, some people enjoy small groups and others learn from repeated sessions to encourage efficient muscle memory techniques. Whether you are a visual learning, or are good at body sensing – Cadence Runner provides you with individual instruction, workshops or clinics and includes video analysis, your own complete posture/movement assessment and drills to help you become a better runner in a shorter period of time.