Stress free running
Macey learns to run
Last Updated: 19/11/09 11:56am
Antoniades: teaching injury-free running
Britain's Commonwealth Gold medal winning Decathlete, Dean Macey officially launched the second Running School franchise partnership at The Riverside Chiswick Club in London.
"The Running School is such a great concept and in my view can teach all sportsmen and women, as well as kids, of all abilities to improve their running technique and therefore increase speed, performance and agility in their sport"
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The Running School is an exciting new venture by Sport Dimensions which aims to get people running more efficiently and faster. It is the most effective, complete, motivating, and easy-to-follow running programme to get you started and get you running.
The running School is the brainchild of Mike Antoniades who has been in the coaching business for over 26 years. His reputation as a coach in Speed Development and rehabilitation has seen him work with professional and elite athletes from football, rugby and athletics as well as TV personalities and recreational athletes and Macey was the latest elite athlete to come under his scrutiny.
"It was fantastic to launch The Riverside Running School last week and get a chance to actually learn more about the Running School programme by having my running technique analyzed by Mike and his team, then and there!" said Macey at the launch.
"The Running School is such a great concept and in my view can teach all sportsmen and women, as well as kids, of all abilities to improve their running technique and therefore increase speed, performance and agility in their sport.
"The Running School programme can also be used by personal trainers and all sports coaches to help people recover quicker from many common sports injuries and most importantly of all increase your enjoyment from your sport! I very much hope to be involved with The Running School again in the future. "
The response to The Running School is proof that there is a high demand for a training programme that teaches the proper form and allows people of all abilities to remain injury free.
"The feedback and response we have had from both adults and children who have been through the programme has been extremely exciting," said Antoniades.
"The growth and interest of the programme has been staggering and proves that there is a need in the sport and leisure market today for a specific training programme that teaches the right running habits from day one.
"We look forward to developing The Running School further in 2010 both across the UK and in Europe."
For further information please see www.runningschool.co.uk