Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
The Effortless Running method teaches an easy, natural running style using the Laws of Nature to your advantage. Learn to run using the 'Lean', the 'Pull' & the 'Sweep'. It is the combination of these three elements of running that makes the Effortless Running method so powerful for any runner looking to improve running form, prevent injury and run faster than ever before.
From road to trail running and middle distance to ultra's, I have a love for both the science and art of running. As an athlete, certified coach, and former Phys Ed & Sports Science teacher I have trained thousands of athletes, all with their unique way of running.
What has fascinated me is how some athletes are so fluent and smooth while others are not. What I noticed in my time as an educator was that there is a major shift in running ability when children transition to middle school. Typically, children at a primary school level are quite good runners. Almost effortless. And when they reach the age of a middle-schooler (you know, those awkward in-between years), some continue to keep that effortless running pattern but, sadly, most don’t.
Running becomes a much harder task as the body grows bigger and as society asks you to study more and sit down for longer periods of time. It is like many of us forget how to run as we grow up.
It is not like we forget, we actually forget how to run.
Passionate about supporting people to enjoy running, I decided to use my analytical skills to define a method to bring ‘lost’ runners back to running properly, running effortlessly. For that, I turned to the two groups who I know run exceptionally well: East-African runners and primary school children.
I studied both groups, looked for commonalities and distilled the running forms both groups have into three key elements. And with that, the Effortless Running method was born!
Group Coaching, Local Coaching, Remote Coaching, Nutrition, Mental Skills, Training Camps, Run Analysis
A willingness to turn your focus to running form instead of doing more reps/sets & intervals.