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Running comes naturally to all of us, yet many people run and get injured. By learning how to run correctly, you will reduce the risk of overuse running injuries. You can run longer and faster with the same effort, adding to more enjoyable running. Running correctly reduces the risk of knee and other injuries, and you get stronger knees and bone for old age. Not a runner? Learn how to enjoy running and stay fit for other sports.

This is a 3-module training curriculum covering 1. Running biomechanics, gait and drills 2. Advanced running – uphill, downhill, 3. Core strength, solve leg and foot arch issues.

Brought to you by professional running coach Andrew Cheong from SSTAR.fitness, the official training partner for 2XU Compression Run, Shape Run, Newton 32 challenge and more. Join Andrew and his running group, details on Facebook SSTAR.fitness Run Crew or visit Facebook/SSTAR.fitness

Andrew Cheong together with his wife is the first Singaporean couple who completed all the World Marathon Majors. He has completed more than 30 marathons, qualified for the Boston Marathon every year since 2011. His last running injury was more than 9 years ago and he has been getting older, yet faster.

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Learn how to run injury free

Labrador Park MRT Station

Join me and learn how to run injury-free. I have been running and racing competitively for more than 40 years and after learning the sports science behind running, I have been injury-free for more than 10 years. As a full time running coach with a Sports science background, I would like to share my methodology to help you run stronger, faster and injury-free too. Minimum of 8 persons per class. Pre-payment of S$60 for three lessons is required. Pay via Paylah to Andrew Cheong at mobile[masked]. You should start with Module 1, then you can choose to repeat Module 1, or progress to Module 2 and 3 Feel free to contact Andrew Cheong at mobile[masked] if you have questions. There are 3 Modules, from Basic, Intermediate to Advanced. Module 1 (Basic) - 1st and last Wed of each month 1. Introduction to the biomechanical forces of running. Use gravity to run faster, reduce impact on your joints and knees. 2. The correct posture and running gait to reduce injuries. Run longer, with no pain. 3. The 5-components of efficient running. Learn to break the process into simple, easy-to-learn steps. 4. Basic Core strength exercises to improve posture - for running and daily living. Module 2 (Intermediate) - 2nd Wed of each month 1. Running drills and form correction 2. Running differently - uphill, downhill, on treadmills, trail surfaces 3. The 4 things to look for related to your leg structure and foot arch. Bring or wear the running shoes that you have used for at least 4 months, to check the wear pattern. 4. Why Flexibility and Core strength exercises are important to runners Module 3 (Advanced) - 3rd Wed of each month 1. Advanced running drills 2. Cadence, stride length, vertical oscillation 3. Applying the Principles of training to improve your running 4. Advanced Core strength exercises for runners What's included * Theory and practical lessons conducted under shelter (we operate, rain or shine) * Core and flexibility exercises relevant to runners * Running drills * A short practice run (less than 2km) What's not included * Hydration ( bring your own) * Exercise equipment, mats etc * No bag deposit (belongings can be kept by your side throughout the lesson) Before your class, complete the registration form - https://bit.ly/Register-injury-free-SSTAR For your classes: Wear running attire, bring a large towel, and place it on the floor for exercises. Getting to the venue at Labrador MRT Take the MRT to Labrador Park Station, Exit A. Look for the sheltered area behind the station For drivers: Parking available at the public car park in front of the Labrador Park station. Find out more about Andrew and SSTAR.fitness, join our running group for weekly runs every Tues and Thurs - visit our Facebook/SSTAR.fitness and SSTAR.fitness Run Crew Read customer reviews - https://www.facebook.com/pg/sstar.fitness/reviews/

Learn how to run injury free

Labrador Park MRT Station

Join me and learn how to run injury-free. I have been running and racing competitively for more than 40 years and after learning the sports science behind running, I have been injury-free for more than 10 years. As a full time running coach with a Sports science background, I would like to share my methodology to help you run stronger, faster and injury-free too. Minimum of 8 persons per class. Pre-payment of S$60 for three lessons is required. Pay via Paylah to Andrew Cheong at mobile[masked]. You should start with Module 1, then you can choose to repeat Module 1, or progress to Module 2 and 3 Feel free to contact Andrew Cheong at mobile[masked] if you have questions. There are 3 Modules, from Basic, Intermediate to Advanced. Module 1 (Basic) - 1st and last Wed of each month 1. Introduction to the biomechanical forces of running. Use gravity to run faster, reduce impact on your joints and knees. 2. The correct posture and running gait to reduce injuries. Run longer, with no pain. 3. The 5-components of efficient running. Learn to break the process into simple, easy-to-learn steps. 4. Basic Core strength exercises to improve posture - for running and daily living. Module 2 (Intermediate) - 2nd Wed of each month 1. Running drills and form correction 2. Running differently - uphill, downhill, on treadmills, trail surfaces 3. The 4 things to look for related to your leg structure and foot arch. Bring or wear the running shoes that you have used for at least 4 months, to check the wear pattern. 4. Why Flexibility and Core strength exercises are important to runners Module 3 (Advanced) - 3rd Wed of each month 1. Advanced running drills 2. Cadence, stride length, vertical oscillation 3. Applying the Principles of training to improve your running 4. Advanced Core strength exercises for runners What's included * Theory and practical lessons conducted under shelter (we operate, rain or shine) * Core and flexibility exercises relevant to runners * Running drills * A short practice run (less than 2km) What's not included * Hydration ( bring your own) * Exercise equipment, mats etc * No bag deposit (belongings can be kept by your side throughout the lesson) Before your class, complete the registration form - https://bit.ly/Register-injury-free-SSTAR For your classes: Wear running attire, bring a large towel, and place it on the floor for exercises. Getting to the venue at Labrador MRT Take the MRT to Labrador Park Station, Exit A. Look for the sheltered area behind the station For drivers: Parking available at the public car park in front of the Labrador Park station. Find out more about Andrew and SSTAR.fitness, join our running group for weekly runs every Tues and Thurs - visit our Facebook/SSTAR.fitness and SSTAR.fitness Run Crew Read customer reviews - https://www.facebook.com/pg/sstar.fitness/reviews/

Learn how to run injury free

Labrador Park MRT Station

Join me and learn how to run injury-free. I have been running and racing competitively for more than 40 years and after learning the sports science behind running, I have been injury-free for more than 10 years. As a full time running coach with a Sports science background, I would like to share my methodology to help you run stronger, faster and injury-free too. Minimum of 8 persons per class. Pre-payment of S$60 for three lessons is required. Pay via Paylah to Andrew Cheong at mobile[masked]. You should start with Module 1, then you can choose to repeat Module 1, or progress to Module 2 and 3 Feel free to contact Andrew Cheong at mobile[masked] if you have questions. There are 3 Modules, from Basic, Intermediate to Advanced. Module 1 (Basic) - 1st and last Wed of each month 1. Introduction to the biomechanical forces of running. Use gravity to run faster, reduce impact on your joints and knees. 2. The correct posture and running gait to reduce injuries. Run longer, with no pain. 3. The 5-components of efficient running. Learn to break the process into simple, easy-to-learn steps. 4. Basic Core strength exercises to improve posture - for running and daily living. Module 2 (Intermediate) - 2nd Wed of each month 1. Running drills and form correction 2. Running differently - uphill, downhill, on treadmills, trail surfaces 3. The 4 things to look for related to your leg structure and foot arch. Bring or wear the running shoes that you have used for at least 4 months, to check the wear pattern. 4. Why Flexibility and Core strength exercises are important to runners Module 3 (Advanced) - 3rd Wed of each month 1. Advanced running drills 2. Cadence, stride length, vertical oscillation 3. Applying the Principles of training to improve your running 4. Advanced Core strength exercises for runners What's included * Theory and practical lessons conducted under shelter (we operate, rain or shine) * Core and flexibility exercises relevant to runners * Running drills * A short practice run (less than 2km) What's not included * Hydration ( bring your own) * Exercise equipment, mats etc * No bag deposit (belongings can be kept by your side throughout the lesson) Before your class, complete the registration form - https://bit.ly/Register-injury-free-SSTAR For your classes: Wear running attire, bring a large towel, and place it on the floor for exercises. Getting to the venue at Labrador MRT Take the MRT to Labrador Park Station, Exit A. Look for the sheltered area behind the station For drivers: Parking available at the public car park in front of the Labrador Park station. Find out more about Andrew and SSTAR.fitness, join our running group for weekly runs every Tues and Thurs - visit our Facebook/SSTAR.fitness and SSTAR.fitness Run Crew Read customer reviews - https://www.facebook.com/pg/sstar.fitness/reviews/

Learn how to run injury free

Labrador Park MRT Station

Join me and learn how to run injury-free. I have been running and racing competitively for more than 40 years and after learning the sports science behind running, I have been injury-free for more than 10 years. As a full time running coach with a Sports science background, I would like to share my methodology to help you run stronger, faster and injury-free too. Minimum of 8 persons per class. Pre-payment of S$60 for three lessons is required. Pay via Paylah to Andrew Cheong at mobile[masked]. You should start with Module 1, then you can choose to repeat Module 1, or progress to Module 2 and 3 Feel free to contact Andrew Cheong at mobile[masked] if you have questions. There are 3 Modules, from Basic, Intermediate to Advanced. Module 1 (Basic) - 1st and last Wed of each month 1. Introduction to the biomechanical forces of running. Use gravity to run faster, reduce impact on your joints and knees. 2. The correct posture and running gait to reduce injuries. Run longer, with no pain. 3. The 5-components of efficient running. Learn to break the process into simple, easy-to-learn steps. 4. Basic Core strength exercises to improve posture - for running and daily living. Module 2 (Intermediate) - 2nd Wed of each month 1. Running drills and form correction 2. Running differently - uphill, downhill, on treadmills, trail surfaces 3. The 4 things to look for related to your leg structure and foot arch. Bring or wear the running shoes that you have used for at least 4 months, to check the wear pattern. 4. Why Flexibility and Core strength exercises are important to runners Module 3 (Advanced) - 3rd Wed of each month 1. Advanced running drills 2. Cadence, stride length, vertical oscillation 3. Applying the Principles of training to improve your running 4. Advanced Core strength exercises for runners What's included * Theory and practical lessons conducted under shelter (we operate, rain or shine) * Core and flexibility exercises relevant to runners * Running drills * A short practice run (less than 2km) What's not included * Hydration ( bring your own) * Exercise equipment, mats etc * No bag deposit (belongings can be kept by your side throughout the lesson) Before your class, complete the registration form - https://bit.ly/Register-injury-free-SSTAR For your classes: Wear running attire, bring a large towel, and place it on the floor for exercises. Getting to the venue at Labrador MRT Take the MRT to Labrador Park Station, Exit A. Look for the sheltered area behind the station For drivers: Parking available at the public car park in front of the Labrador Park station. Find out more about Andrew and SSTAR.fitness, join our running group for weekly runs every Tues and Thurs - visit our Facebook/SSTAR.fitness and SSTAR.fitness Run Crew Read customer reviews - https://www.facebook.com/pg/sstar.fitness/reviews/

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