RUNDITIONING™

GET FASTER!
GO LONGER!
BE STRONGER!
BREATHE PROPERLY!
HAVE BETTER FORM!
PREVENT INJURIES!

OVERVIEW
In the sport of running, the physiology of running is just half of the sport. Sure, it is important to know how far, how fast and how often to run, so that you can improve your aerobic and anaerobic conditioning. But the other half of running — the Biomechanics of Running — is equally important.

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Created and taught by Coach Mindy, Runditioning™ teaches the "how-to" of running by incorporating running-specific tests, movements and exercises to improve running form and prevent injuries. The goal is to feel (and look) graceful while running, and to be able to run faster with less effort due to more controlled movements. The tests, movements and exercises are performed on functional training equipment and with your own body weight.


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RUNDITIONING™ EXERCISES WILL PREVENT & TREAT INJURIES

  • Runner’s Knee 
  • IT Band Syndrome 
  • Shin Splints
  • Plantar Fasciitis 
  • Achilles Tendonitis 
  • Calf & Shin Pain
  • Side Stitches
  • Hamstring, Quad, Groin & Hip Injuries 
  • And just make you a more graceful and balanced person as you walk through your daily life

 

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Available in our Philadelphia location only

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YOU WILL LEARN EXERCISES

  • For overall better posture
  • To promote proper arm swing
  • To stop shoulder & torso rotation
  • For correct hand position
  • To improve stride length
  • To increase (or decrease) stride frequency
  • To enable a proper gait pattern
  • To create a neutral foot position
  • For better breathing 
  • And all of the above on Flat Ground, Uphill and Downhill
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