Running Technique Workshop – Theory and Practice

Written by Martin Flaig on . Posted in News

As Triathletes we know about the importance of technique to improve our swimming ability. We also focus on cadence and a proper bike fit for our cycling. So, when was the last time you thought about your running technique?

Please join us for two sessions with Ben Green from Front Runner Sports (The Running Centre).

Session 1 – Sunday 6th November 3pm – 5pm, Flinders Park Community Centre

  • Overview of theory of running biomechanics
  • Functional Running and stationary drills session including the benefits associated with doing the drills for running economy and performance

Session 2: Sunday 20th November 3pm – 4.15pm, Flinders Park

  • Follow up on content in session 1 and discussion around implementation
  • Drill progression and advanced dynamic drills prescription

Cost: $10 per session or $15 for both sessions – cash or NCTC training card

More information about Ben:

Ben Green (B.Sc Hons; Level 3 IAAF)

Ben is a biomechanics and coaching expert who specialises in running plans for all distances and one on one technique enhancement sessions. Ben coaches many emerging national/international middle distance runners, as well as recreational athletes of all levels. His athletes have reached high levels of proficiency including countless first time half and full marathoners, personal bests, overall race victories and national junior medals.

Sporting Results: Winner 2011 City to Surf 4km. PB’s 1500m 3.58; 3000m 8.48 and 5000m 15.12.