In my 10 years of movement coaching, analysis and research I have worked with over 3000 runners using video analysis and running dynamics data.

An online video analysis workshop gives you a clear picture of your running gait outside in the natural environment, on any terrain and anywhere in the world.

Seeing how you move and understanding the thought process behind that movement is a very powerful way of learning.

Your movement is heavily influenced by your perception of it: change your perception and you change your movement. Our muscles don’t have a memory, they obediently do what the brain (our software) tells them to do. This means the combination of remote video analysis and discussion on your movement is incredibly effective in changing your gait and running technique.

As your movement is heavily influenced by your perception of your movement. You may feel that you have no perception and that you just run. We all have a perception even if it’s subliminal and it’s generally one that’s based on the traditional view of biomechanics. I believe we are far more elastic, synergistic, fluid and connected than we could ever imagine. Alongside video and data analysis, remote coaching focuses on changing this perception and allows me to work with runners from complete beginners, those returning from injury to elite athletes.

The online video analysis workshops are very simple to create – see how HERE

 

When it comes to running at different speeds and on different terrains, every runner has a sweet spot of efficiency and performance that is unique to them. Running dynamics such as stride length, vertical oscillation, ground contact time and cadence can help you to crack that code. The headline figures from these dynamics should be used with your running intelligence and not generic software that does not appreciate what you are aiming to achieve. The remote coaching workshops work with you to crack this code allowing you to research and coach your own progression.

I work remotely with runners from all over the world from complete beginners, those challenged by injury to elite athletes.

In my 10 years of movement coaching, analysis and research I have worked with over 3000 runners using video analysis and running dynamics data.

A remote video analysis workshop gives you a clear picture of your running gait outside in the natural environment, on any terrain and anywhere in the world.

Seeing how you move and understanding the thought process behind that movement is a very powerful way of learning.

Your movement is heavily influenced by your perception of it: change your perception and you change your movement. Our muscles don’t have a memory, they obediently do what the brain (our software) tells them to do. This means the combination of remote video analysis and discussion on your movement is incredibly effective in changing your gait.

The remote video analysis workshops are very simple to create. See how here

Your movement is heavily influenced by your perception of your movement. You may feel that you have no perception and that you just run. We all have a perception even if it’s subliminal and it’s generally one that’s based on the traditional view of biomechanics. I believe we are far more elastic, synergistic, fluid and connected than we could ever imagine. Alongside video and data analysis, remote coaching focuses on changing this perception.

When it comes to running at different speeds and on different terrains, every runner has a sweet spot of efficiency and performance that is unique to them. Running dynamics such as stride length, vertical oscillation, ground contact time and cadence can help you to crack that code. The headline figures from these dynamics should be used with your running intelligence and not generic software that does not appreciate what you are aiming to achieve. The remote coaching workshops work with you to crack this code allowing you to research and coach your own progression.

I work remotely with runners from all over the world from complete beginners, those challenged by injury to elite athletes.