ELM’s Need for Speed running clinic available online as well as in person

ELM's Need for Speed running clinic is available online as well as in person.

Runners, are you looking to set a Personal Best this year? Have access to the internet?

Equilibrium Lifestyle Management’s Need for Speed running clinic is available in an online training format, ELM notes in its latest newsletter.

The online clinic is available at http://elmhealth.com/need-for-speed-online while the in-person clinic is at http://elmhealth.com/services-running-need-for-speed

Runners who think that more mileage and longer hours are the only ways to improve end up frustrated or sidelined with injuries, notes ELM owner Sarah Seads. “The secret to running faster and farther is training smarter, not just longer,” Seads notes.

“Including key workouts and making simple changes in technique and program design will help you reach a new level of performance, resilience and longevity.

“In ELM’s Need for Speed clinic you will complete weekly running workouts and efficiency drills designed to transform your running performance,” Seads said.

“Each week, you will also learn the key training principles and techniques to improve your running form, decrease your risk of injury and make you a stronger, faster, more resilient runner. Learn how the science of Kinesiology and biomechanics can help you reach your running goals in this specialized weekly clinic.”

In Person Clinic:

Session 1: Nov. 3-Dec. 15, 2016 5:30-7 p.m. Video analysis session, Saturday, Nov. 5 9-10 a.m. *No class Nov. 24. Break from Dec.-15-29.

Session 2: Jan. 4-Feb. 9 5:30-7 p.m

Online Clinic: Coaching emails will be sent out Fridays, beginning Nov. 4. Complete the workouts anytime you like.

ELM offers many fitness programs. For more information visit elmhealth.com

 

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