Are you passionate about running and want to share that passion with others? Do you want to help others discover running with an efficient and safe form right off the starting line? Do you wish you could help injured runners rekindle their running passion with a coaching method that maximizes efficiency and minimizes risk of injury? Then you could be the next owner of Natural Running Coaching. Read More
Posted by Tina on March 25, 2017- Comments Off
Natural Running Coaching is very excited to introduce a new coaching service: Running Form for Sport! This new service is intended for coaches of sports clubs or associations to teach their athletes about natural running form including human biomechanics, anatomy, potential injuries associated with other forms of running, and how to safely transition.
Posted by Tina on September 17, 2015- Comments Off
Physical & Health Education (PHE) Canada and Health & Physical Education Council (HPEC) Alberta are hosting their 2015 National Conference in Banff, Alberta, and NRC will be attending as an Exhibitor!
Posted by Tina on April 14, 2015- Comments Off
Natural Running Coaching is very excited to introduce a new coaching service: Teaching Tools for Schools! This new service is intended for Junior High/High School physical education teachers to teach their students about natural running form including human biomechanics, anatomy, potential injuries associated with other forms of running, and how to safely transition.
Posted by Tina on September 30, 2014- Comments Off
Winter is a runner’s reality with its slippery surfaces and colder temperatures. Rather than lament the chilly time of year and long for spring to arrive, I choose to embrace the snowy and icy terrain and use it to work on improving my running form. There are so many aspects of good running form that winter can help us with; I’ll expand on a few of them here.
Posted by Tina on December 11, 2012- Comments Off
Flint has posted his third and final article on FlintLand‘s Natural Running Series called Natural Running Technique: Analysis. In this article, he shares his thoughts on the basic principles of Natural Running and the coaching he participated in at In-Sport Fashions, Inc. in Montreal. I love his ‘simple rule’ for running: “Run like a five-year-old. Smile. Breathe. Enjoy.”
Posted by Tina on September 19, 2012- Comments Off
Flint has posted his second article on FlintLand‘s Natural Running Series called The Natural Running Technique. In this article, he covers the basic principles behind Natural Running as well as shares his Before and After coaching videos and exercises we covered during the session. Feel free to ask questions in the comment section and Flint and I will reply to them as they come in.
Posted by Tina on August 27, 2012- Comments Off