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Unit 4 Enterprise House, 41 Reading Road, Pangbourne, West Berks, RG8 7HY

0118 327 9405 

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We love running. We hate jogging.

 

Running is a natural form of human locomotion. Jogging is the result of poor posture and poor technique. Running is good for you. Jogging WILL get you injured… and it probably won't do a great deal for your health or weight loss.

 

Running is not about 'jogging faster'. It's about approaching movement correctly and re-establishing our natural biomechanics. 

 

Read more about our Running Technique Workshops here.

Training Programs for Runners

 

We are passionate about running. Our coaches race all distances from 5kms to 100km ultra-marathons. What's more, we have a proven track record of helping others do the same. 

 

We make running something to enjoy rather than endure.

Whether you're a seasoned marathon runner or just making your first tentative steps away from the sofa, we can help.

We can help prevent injuries or deal with existing injuries. We can help you run faster, or further. 

We excel at creating training plans that work for you, based on your goals, your abilities and, most importantly, based around your busy life!

 

What's more, we can give you as much or as little ongoing support as you need. We never write a training plan and then walk away – if injury, illness or life gets in the way, we are always on hand to adapt your plan to fit. 

Our coaches have experience in all types of endurance events, from road-based 10ks to trail marathons, triathlons and the newly emerging sport of SwimRun and can offer advice on everything from nutrition to how best to run in a wetsuit!

Guided Long Runs

We firmly believe that running provides adventures in both geography and soul. Our regular guided long runs are a perfect introduction to your own adventures. 

 

Our runs are usually between 6 and 10 miles (although we sometimes take them as far as 25!). But they're always taken at a slow steady pace – anywhere between 8-minutes and 12 minutes per mile. If you're a racing snake used to going much faster, you're probably performing your long runs too fast (we can explain - give us a call!).

 

They're a great opportunity to ask any questions and confront any potential problems of 'going long' – whether they be about pacing, nutrition, footwear or equipment. Most importantly, you'll discover some stunning countryside and beautiful trails.

 

Call to find out more or if you would like to join us.