Remember that perfect run you once had, when everything felt smooth and free and like you could run forever?
You can feel that way again.
In fact, you can make it your usual way of running.
You may be currently struggling with an injury, or just a “niggle” or regular ache.
Or you may feel fine when running but have a stiff knee or achilles afterwards.
Or you may be frustrated that no matter how hard you train, you still feel like you’re struggling along while other runners sail past you. And you wonder how come training doesn’t make you the kind of runner who seems to sail.
Imagine instead that when you run your body feels smooth, flowing, and free of unwanted tension.
Imagine you feel equally comfortable post-run, easily able to break into a jog to catch a bus or play with your children, comfortable moving and at rest, and also comfortable when you get out of bed the next morning.
And imagine a way of running faster that doesn’t take much extra work — in fact it feels nearly effortless, as if you always have a tailwind.