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Home Workouts For Runners

Join Run Strong. A class-based four-week training plan, delivered live via Zoom into your living room.

Personal Training

A great option if you need motivation or struggle to adhere to an exercise programme. I come to you, we train inside or outdoors and each session is bespoke to your goals. I’ll support you through every rep and improve confidence to work out.

S & C For Runners

Would you like to run faster, get injured less and enjoy more varied training?

What my clients say about me

“Kim was absolutely fantastic helping me train and get in fit shape for my first marathon. Not to mention extremely patient with my injury filled road leading up to the run…

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Sam England

“Kim did a fantastic job helping me prepare for an international curling competition. I had never been much of a gym enthusiast let alone engaged in a dedicated training program…

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Bob Sherrard

“I’ve been working with Kim for over two years now and she’s successfully guided me through two iron distance triathlons, half and full marathons, collecting several personal bests along the way…

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Meet Kim

About me

Hello and thank you for visiting my website! My name is Kimberley Murray and I am an international skeleton athlete, personal trainer and exercise physiologist. I live in Bath but was born on the lovely Isle of Wight.

Exercise has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, from sports days at Primary school to now, competing for GB as a skeleton athlete with Olympic aspirations. When I don’t train, I miss it and I feel worse in myself for it. I train for a physical performance, not for aesthetics but you can’t deny that you look and feel better for doing some exercise.  Read More….

strength workout

How To: Progress Your Strength Workouts

How To: Progress Your Strength Workouts There are three important principles of training that I consider when planning strength workouts. Is it getting harder over time? This is the principle of progressive overload. Will it move the person towards their goal? This is specificity. Am I allowing adequate recovery for adaptation to take place? This is the principle of recovery; and it’s a balancing act as giving too much leads to reversibility (when you lose your gains). In this blog…
Running And Strength Training

How To: Balance Running Training With Strength Training

How To: Balance Running Training With Strength Training Concurrent training is when you manage strength training alongside running training. It is an effective way to bolster endurance performance but getting the balance right between the two needs some consideration. In this blog I will discuss the general consensus for how to programme concurrent training for runners, including why it is beneficial and some common concerns. First of all, it is important to consider what determinants constitute endurance running performance.  These…