Form Workshop | intraining Running Centre

Running Form Workshop

Presented by intraining Running Injury Clinic

Podiatry | Physiotherapy | Running Coaches

Whether you are new to running or have been at it for years, running form is the crux of improvement, running easier or even completing longer distances. Developing your running form to suit your own personal build and gait is important to address.

It not uncommon to hear runners swear by a particular method of foot strike, whether that be midfoot running, toe running or heel running. Question is… which method works best for you.

The 2020 Running Form Workshop’s will assist with running form identification, modification, running drills and how to improve efficiency when running.


Running Form Workshop’s 2020

DateTBC February 2020
TBC July 2020TBC October 2020TBC December 2020
Time3:00pm & 4:30pm3:00pm - 4:00pm3:00pm - 4:00pm3:00pm - 4:00pm
LocationUQ Athletics Centre Car Park - Click here
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For more information: Call the injury clinic on 07 3367 3088 or email us

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Each workshop will focus on improving your running technique through drills, analysis and assist in improving your running efficiency. The experienced team of intraining physiotherapy, podiatry and running coaches will assist in further development of your running technique.

Prerequisite: None required

What to expect in your 60min session

Why the Running Form Workshop?

LongRun Whether you find you are constantly injured, struggling to improve or just find running difficult, the running form workshop will provide you with the foundation and skills to develop your running. Our experienced practitioners will assist in providing you with the tools needed to understand and execute correct running form during your day to day training.

Who is this for?

Get ready to transform your running with the intraining Running Injury Clinic Running Form Workshop in 2020.

NOTE: It is recommended that you do not participate in the practical component of the workshop if you are injured. You may still gain benefit from attending and observing the session.