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  • (1) Transform Your Vision and Runner Mindset
    Transforming this physical performance factor just may be the secret to success for any athlete's results! Doing the exercises is only part of the transformation. Our intention is to give each participant the tools to perform the exercises without falling back into old motor patterns and negatively impacted by your past strengths and weaknesses. This is the key to breakthrough performances! Your strengths and weaknesses include your thoughts and intentions! This is what you don't want to miss!
  • (2) Transform Your "Runner Specific" Balance and Symmetry"
    Balance is defined the even distribution of weight enabling you to remain upright and steady while you are running. Symmetry works with balance and is achieve when you are able to demonstrate an even distribution of weight enabling you to recruit the appropriate muscles for running. Is your ability to support your body the same on your right leg as it is on your left let? Do your arms work efficiently? Balance and symmetry of your body is essential to maximizing your ability to stay healthy and achieve what's possible in your running. This is the single most important physical performance factor!
  • (3) Transform Your "Runner Specific" Coordination"
    Coordination the ability to use different parts of your body together smoothly and efficiently is important to achieving your running goals and staying healthy. Improving your coordination means improving your body's ability for the appropriate muscles required for running to be recruited exactly the time your body needs them to activate. The results of your RunRite pre-program assessment provides you with essential drills to improve your coordination.
  • (4) Instantly Transform Your "Runner Specific" Strength and Stability"
    Most coaches believe "running strength" comes from running more and more miles. Developing and possessing the appropriate amount of running specific strength allows every runner to push running limits. I believe, true running strength requires strength in all of the muscles in your body used for running. How do you know if a "strength training" exercise is right for your athletes-individually? Or, just as importantly, if another exercise is wrong for you? What sets and reps should you do, how much weight should you lift, and how much rest do you take to develop strength and stability where you need it. This phase will result in improving your personal best times within the first 30 days!

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