With 2017/18 seeing me taking on more lecturing hours (Anatomy & Physiology), my clinic & run coaching hours will be changing slightly:
Clinic Time (Injury & Gait Analysis)
1:1 Run Coaching (Outdoors and at Studio57)
Thurdays 3pm – 8pm
Fridays 3pm – 8pm
Services offered remain the same impeccable high standard, which in case you are unaware include the following:
Runners get injured, it comes with the territory. Why some get injured more than others can often be an area of mystery and frustration but by assessing ALL the factors it is possible to make you a stronger, faster, more resilient runner. As a Sports Therapist and Running Coach, my role is to make sure you reach a FULL recovery as quickly as possible and reduce the chances of the same issue arising again. At Studio57clinic in Hove, we have a team of 10 dedicated therapists including physios, osteopaths, podiatrists and massage therapists. Rest assured you will be in good hands.
Whether it’s a full two and half hour video gait analysis or a 90 minute ‘Runner’s MOT‘, stepping into our fantastic gait lab at StrideUK allows us to to assess your biomechanics & running form and pinpoint exactly what your body needs in order to either recover from current injury, reduce the risk of future injury, or simply improve your running performance.
StrideUK’s newly refurbished Running Gait Analysis Lab sees us as one of the first companies in the UK to use software that allows us to not only analyse your movement (kinematics) when you run but also the forces acting on your body (kinetics) thanks to the incredible 3D segment model generation via depth sensing cameras. Identifying how your body deals with the forces of running often provides a far more useful tool than just seeing how your body moves. For more info, visit www.strideuk.com.
By evaluating your current level of fitness, discussing your goals and formulating a suitable target race time, I can create you a 12 week online training plan (16 weeks for a half marathon or marathon). I will check your plan weekly and add/ modify training sessions as and when applicable. You are welcome to submit your running sessions via Garmin, Strava, etc. so we can assess your progress.
Research shows that to achieve goals and remain injury free, runners can really benefit from adding a couple of ancillary strength & conditioning sessions to their week. But which exercises does your body need? How many reps and sets? I will provide you with a supplementary plan that integrates it into your weekly run sessions.
I offer 1:1 or group indoor strength & conditioning sessions in our matted rehab & weights area at Studio57clinic. This is a very popular add-on for runners who know that that will not be able to do their strength work at home due to limited space or danger of distraction.
By joining you on your actual running sessions, I get a valuable chance to see how you are running in the real world and advise you on tweaks to help reduce injury risk and improve performance. I can also make sure you are working at a suitable level!
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