As an ex-international cross-country runner Claire has had her fair share of running injuries.  She achieved 10th at the European Cross-Country Championships, ran 9.19 for 3000m on the track, and has run a 76minute half-marathon (finishing fourth at the Cardiff Half Marathon).  To her running and triathlete clients she brings all of her personal experience, her expertise as a physiotherapist, and knowledge of core strength and conditioning as a certified Pilates instructor.  She has trained other practitioners on Performance Pilates for Running.

Reasons to have a running assessment:

  • to identify the cause of your current injury and how to solve it
  • to prevent injury through identification of muscle imbalances/poor mechanics and learn how to resolve these
  • to improve your running efficiency - learn exercises and techniques that will improve your running form, strength and power that will ultimately get you that PB that you deserve. 


Running Assessment

60 MINUTE SESSIONS AND DETAILED VIDEO MARKUP • £75. Follow up 60 minute £60/ 30 minute £40.

A running analysis is designed to provide you with a comprehensive runner-specific assessment of your technique. The aim is to identify areas of weakness or imbalance and help you to address these to prevent injury and enable you to reach your running goals.  The running analysis is a 60 minute session where Claire will put you through a battery of specific strength exercises and key movement tests. Video analysis of your running style will also be completed.  Following the session you will be provided with a marked-up video analysis with voice-over explanation of the key findings. You will also receive an individually tailored exercise programme to supplement your running which will incorporate both flexibility and strengthening exercises. Running tips and drills will also be discussed to help you to achieve your goals. If you are nursing a current injury, a treatment plan will be recommended.

At the time of my running analysis with you I
couldn’t run more than 1 mile or so without stopping due to knee pain. It had been like that for about 20 years. 2 days ago I ran my first half marathon, 2:14 hours with 205 meters of elevation in it. Just wanted to let you know that all your advice has paid off and that I am happy and grateful.
— Triathlete Hampstead
I cannot recommend Claire highly enough and I know that without her help I would not have made the start line for so many races and managed the goals that I have reached over the years. Apart from my running shoes, Claire is the most integral part of my ‘kit’.
— Oli Karger

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