Do You Dream Of Becoming A Runner? Do You Want To Run A Marathon-INJURY FREE?
Did You Know?
- Injury among marathoners has risen to a staggering 80 to 90 percent!
- A Runner’s World.com poll revealed that 66% of runners suffered
from training related injuries.
- All non-traumatic running injuries area a result of muscle imbalances
- Research has shown that 6 out of every 10 females who begin a distance running program will eventually become injured!
Running may be the best overall exercise available to all of us. But few runners associate the need for improved physical conditioning and preparedness before they begin a running program or in their quest to improve running performance. But to thrive, not just survive endurance training, one needs a body that is resistant to injury and that means runners need to do more than just run!
- Prevent unnecessary injuries as a result of running.
- Improve running performance.
Ready to Run
is a comprehensive condition program for runners and endurance athletes that will show you how. This program includes:
- Individual assessments to help runners learn if they are at risk of injury BEFORE they start a training program.
- Muscle preparation techniques that include improving-tissue density, tissue length and tissue readiness.
- Individual stretching program to help correct postural imbalances, as well as lengthen short/tight muscle that restrict optimal running mechanics.
- Functional exercises designed to strengthen and coordinate movement patterns specific to running.
- Recovery strategies that include: Self-Myofascial release techniques as well as nutrition & lifestyle coaching.
“Break the injury cycle and improve running performance. Train smarter, not harder. Start your training program today!”- Brett Cohen, Founder
“Thanks for your seminar last night. I thought it was very informative. At first I was a bit skeptical about how much the stretches you demonstrated would make? So this morning I went through the stretches you showed and started to run. I immediately felt the difference. Each step feels lighter than normal. I guess it’s because I “woke-up” the sleeping muscles, so now the work is more evenly distributed. And by the end of 3 miles, I virtually did not feel any pain in my joints. So there it goes, I am sold on your routine.” -Thanks, JOHNNY KONG