It Ends Today

By Jae Gruenke | Uncategorized

Feb 20
I have a quick reminder for you: today is the final day of The Balanced Runner Indiegogo campaign, where you can get 60% off my online camps as well as training resources I don’t offer anywhere else. And you’ll be helping me grow my business as well! 

Are you wondering whether the training resources I’m offering are right for you? I’ve gotten a lot of emails from people over the last day asking variations on the same four questions, I even answered some in last night’s Ask Jae live Q&A call (you can catch the replay here).

I bet you have one or more of these questions as well:

I’m too injured to run at all now. Shouldn’t I wait till I can run again before using any of your training materials?  Unless you have a broken bone, you don’t need to wait.

As a matter of fact, it always upsets me a little when people opt to wait till they’re better to work with me because it’s a little like saying, “I’m so thirsty, shouldn’t I wait till I feel a little better to take a drink of water?”

If you’re too hurt to run right now, the very thing you need is help changing how you move so that you can recover and return to physical activity.

If you can’t run but can walk, the lessons we’ll do are also very applicable and will help you move in a more balanced way consistent with your anatomy, and you’ll begin to be able to take that into running as well.

I’m a beginner, not really a runner at all yet, will this work for me? Yes, absolutely! I recommend you start a very gradual, progressive training program such as Jeff Galloway offers for beginners on his website and use my training to learn to feel how to move well when you run. That combination will work very well for you.

Will this help my specific injury? I have never encountered a type of injury that doesn’t improve from doing this work except, as I said above, for bone fractures not yet healed.

Runners regularly come to me for help with plantar fasciitis, achilles tendon problems, metatarsal/forefoot pain, ankle pain, shin splints, calf problems, knee pain of all kinds, IT band syndrome, hip flexor problems, hamstring problems, piriformis syndrome, herniated lumbar discs, shoulder pain, arms tingling or going numb… there are probably others as well but those are the ones I’ve seen most frequently for the past 13 years.

Feel free to email me if you have a question about your specific situation, but I can tell you now my anwer will almost certainly be “Yes.”

Will there be much interaction in your Online Camps or will I just be listening to and watching recordings? There will be as much interaction as you want! I’m a teacher because I love teaching, and just sitting alone at my desk making recordings isn’t actually all that much fun for me, but working with you is.

If you take any version of the Online Camp you’ll tell me your story before the camp starts, and can ask me questions and discuss your experiences with the lessons in live video calls, in the private Facebook group, and by email too.

And if you want me to do a video analysis and consultation with you as part of the camp as well, you can do the VIP version.

If your question isn’t one of those, please reply to this email and ask!

If you’ve been injured for a long time you’ve probably spent a fair amount of money trying to get better. I get that, and I want to help you solve the problem for good.

But in case you’re still concerned about spending more money on something that doesn’t work, I promise you that if you complete one of my online camps and aren’t happy with how your running feels, I’ll give you a full refund.

I’ll also ask you to help me learn from the situation by telling me about your experiences, but regardless of what you say, you’ll have the refund.

When you contribute to my Indiegogo campaign and get one of my perks, you’ve got two main options. The first is a version of The Starting Line, which teaches the core action that’s critical for healthy, smooth running. You can get it by itself or combined with various additional resources, including a special T-shirt!

The second is a version of my 6-week Online Running Technique Camp, in which we’ll cover:

  • Week 1: mastering your core action and making your knees more comfortable
  • Week 2: using gravity and your glutes, de-stressing your feet ankles, and hamstrings
  • Week 3: controlling your speed with the arm-hip connection, getting rid of shoulder tension
  • Week 4: using your obliques and gluteus medius together for healthy IT bands and an optimal footstrike
  • Week 5: bringing it all together and setting yourself up for a good run every time
  • Week 6: organizing your head, shoulders and arms to take it to the next level.
  • A bonus recording for achilles tendon health

When you get the camp via my Indiegogo campaign, you not only get 60% off, you can also add lifetime membership in the monthly advanced Master Class for the price of just two months.

And you’ll also get three special bonuses:

  • Coach Lisah Hamilton’s adaptable full and half marathon training plans
  • Melody Fairchild’s tips for competition and using visualization
  • Tim Haft’s Punk Rope Manual for cross training

When the Indiegogo campaign ends at 11:59 pm PST tonight, none of the versions of The Starting Line will be available any more. Those are special bundles I made just for the campaign and I don’t offer them anywhere else.

You will still be able to get the Online Running Camp in regular and VIP versions. They won’t come with the lifetime Master Class, you’ll have to pay for that monthly if you want join. The camps will also be full price, and I will never discount them 60% again. And the special bonuses from Lisah, Melody, and Tim will no longer be available.

 

Go To The Indiegogo Campaign

 

Whether or not you choose to get a version of The Starting Line, the Online Running Technique Camp, or nothing at all, I’m grateful you’ve come with me on this journey and I hope you’ve learned some valuable things about your own running.

May all your running dreams come true.

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About the Author

Jae Gruenke, GCFP, is a running technique expert and Feldenkrais Practitioner. Known as a “running form guru,” she is the Founder and CEO of The Balanced Runner™ in New York City and The Balanced Runner UK. She has helped runners from beginner to Olympian improve their form to become pain-free, economical, and fast.

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