Run Strong

Run Strong: Home Based Workouts For Runners

Are you injury prone? 

Is your training lacking routine? 

Are you struggling to stay accountable to training?

Do you struggle to progress workouts from home? 

If you’ve answered yes to any of the above questions, I invite you to join ‘Run Strong’. Join a community of runners who want to make their body stronger and more robust using home based workouts. The next block starts on the 14th October and I’d love to see you there.

What is Run Strong?

A class-based four-week training plan designed to increase you body’s ability to tolerate the high loads of running. Every week I will host 2 x 45 min live classes which will progress week on week for the duration the block.

What should I expect from the home based workouts?

There are two classes a week; Wednesday at 7pm and Sunday at 9:30am. These home based workouts will focus on strength, stability, core and mobility and will include a suitable warm up. Wednesday classes are a whole body strength workout and Sunday classes start with mobility section followed by a workout that focusses on one aspect of strength important for runners. Neither class requires any specialist equipment. All classes are run via Zoom.

What do I get for my money?

The cost of the membership is £30 per four-week block. This includes:

  • Two live classes a week
  • Facebook group community support and bonus material
  • An on demand library of classes in case you miss the live class
  • Monthly newsletter 

We are currently in the middle of a block. The next block starts on the 14th October and tickets are available to buy via the button below.

What members are saying about Run Strong

How do I join?

The next block starts on the 14th October. You can join by clicking the button below.

Not convinced? You can try a taster class free by clicking the button and filling in your email. Be quick, the next intake starts on Wednesday 14th October.

If you’d like more information you may find some of these blogs useful:

Home Workouts for Runners: What to expect from Run Strong

What Is Strength Training And How Can It Help Your Running?