Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Are you ready to run happy?

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.

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