Today’s blog post is a potpourri of things I’m working on, all of which center on how I can help you run better.
First and foremost, I’m pleased to announce that following the great success of the first Core Action Running Technique Training Camp in March, I’ll be running it again beginning in early July. I’ve incorporated some improvements this time around, including personalized running form analysis for all participants. If you’re contemplating any serious running goals this autumn, or if you’re done with goals but just want to enjoy running again, take a look at the camp description and please email me with any questions. I’m accepting only 15 runners, and participation is by application only. The application deadline is Friday 26 June.
Second, in the past weeks two runners have blogged about their experiences working with me in preparation for last weekend’s Edinburgh Marathon Festival. I’m so pleased to have helped them, and congratulate them both! Jonathan McHaffie ran the full marathon in 2:57 in Luna sandals, and Gary of Edinblogger ran the half marathon in 1:57. It was a horrendous day with heavy wind, so double congratulations. And not only did they both run well, they also wrote well (which I can’t take any credit for). Please do take a look at their posts.
Finally, I’m hard at work on a new website. It’s been in the works for awhile but finally my sleeves are rolled up, my brilliant sister is on the case, and I’m incredibly excited about how it’s taking shape. It will have a bunch of resources for you in addition to my blog. Stay tuned for the launch on Sunday 5 July, in celebration of my 100th blog post!
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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.