Running Workshop 2018
Saturday 21 July 10am to 12.30pm
The Kent Sport Physiotherapy Clinic would like to invite members, non-members and local runners to the fourth informative running workshop. In this workshop, we will be looking at how we spend time researching our running and whether this time could be better spent.
The workshop will be split in to two sessions; In the first session, we will re-visit running drills as there is always room for improvement. The second session will question how much time you invest into developing your own functional movements and identifying weaknesses. Simple body weight drills will be taught to minimise injuries and improve your running performance.
Who: Open to members and non-members. All abilities welcome
Cost: £6 per person with complimentary tea and coffee on arrival
Payment: Must be made before the event by visiting reception at the Sports Centre or the Pavilion
To register: Either email your application form to: email@example.com or mail / drop it off to the Physiotherapy Clinic
What to bring: Running gear if you would like to complete parkrun first, plus additional running attire that is both comfortable to sit in during the lecture and then straight into the practical elements
|10am to 10.50am||Welcome introduction and overview – What is your running worth?||Seminar room||Vicky Annis and Sarah Black|
|11am to 11.40am||
Group one - Drills with video
Group two - Identify your weakness
Group one - Vicky Annis
Group two - Sarah Black
|11.45am to 12.25am||
Group one - Identify your weakness
Group two - Drills with video
Group one - Sarah Black
Group two - Vicky Annis
Vicky Annis works contractually with British Triathlon, British Athletics and England Netball and has delivered drills sessions such as this to elite athletes through to youngsters enthusiastic to learn to run more efficiently.
Sarah Black is a Health and Fitness Instructor and teaches Core Conditioning, Yoga, Pilates and Spinning at Kent Sport. Running is one of her greatest interests and she bases a lot of her teaching and training towards conditioning the body for maintaining top running performance.
Past running workshops
"Very enjoyable and full of useful information and tips that can be applied to all aspects of running. It was fascinating to get a much better understanding of what a warm up should really look like and what it is there to do and will certainly change my approach to warming up for my forthcoming parkruns as standing around chatting to other people while half-heartedly static stretching really is not going to help that much in terms of getting me ready to run! The running technique session was equally informative and enjoyable; thought it was an excellent idea to get the group to critique each other as allowed us to get to grips with putting the theory into action and how this can be tailored to individual styles." - Paul Sales