Start Running Today and Become a Fundamental Runner!
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5 Steps to effortless running - Join our online program and get moving!
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Created by Nicholas Quinton
Last updated 4/2017
Current price: $10 Original price: $40 Discount: 75% off
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  • 39 mins on-demand video
  • 4 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Run with a natural flow and ease for years to come.
  • Prevent injuries
  • Reduce impact on your body
  • Increase enjoyment
  • Run Faster
  • Engage the right muscles when you run
  • Get stronger
  • Be healthier and in the best shape
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  • All you need to know is how to walk. This is for everyone!

Join the Go Run Right Tribe and learn how to easily improve your running with our 5 step approach. Develop your running style, become a more efficient runner and smash your goals.

Upgrade your shoes or upgrade your bio-mechanics, which will work?

As humans we are built for running

Through thousands of years of evolution we have been blessed with features that make us exceptional runners, yet we see that 79% of runners get injured every year.

The odds are not good for you, why? We should all just be able to run, right?

Modern life is great; we live in nice warm homes and eat lots of food, sit in comfortable chairs, wear shoes to make life easy, but with great comfort come changes.

The problem is that we have degraded our biomechanics. Our feet have got weak, are shoes are spongie so we don’t get good feedback and or movement pattern changes. Add a multiplier effect of many years and we have a problem.

This odyssey that lead me to build this program took me under the tutelage of the Vivo Barefoot instructor program, designed by famed Lee Saxby. Followed by 9 years of applying these methods and designing my own programming for 100’s of clients across London.

What is your vision of a perfect, effortless flowing runner?

When we think of Kenyan athletes eating up the miles across the savannas (some time shoe-less) does it look forced and strained or is there effortless flow that seems to bring a mystical happiness to their movements?

Want to move from where you are now towards that vision???

Let me ask you a question, what do you honestly think will help you move in that direction, wrapping you feet in more expensive materials or reprogramming you bio-mechanics?

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to improve their health and fitness
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Curriculum For This Course
Course Introduction
1 Lecture 01:37
Getting started
1 Lecture 05:35

The first lecture will allow you to screen yourself and understand how your range of movement is effecting your running in the key area; ankle, knee and hips. From this start we will build the pillars of a great runner.

Preview 05:35
The Flexible Agile Runner
1 Lecture 04:04

Mobility and flexibility is one of the key components of health and fitness, without proper range of movement we will not be effective in our running style and not be able to utilise the correct muscle groups. Don't skip this episode as it is fundamental to you running.

Flexible Agile Runner
Strong Powerful Runner
1 Lecture 13:26

This lecture is self-explanatory, we need good strength through the range of movement (lecture 2) to support us as we run. Weak core or weak abductors and we will be loosing our form as we run putting lots of pressure on our joints and increasing the impact through our body.

Strong Powerful Runner
Perfect Posture
1 Lecture 05:53

By now you will be getting to grips with the key ingredients to the best runner in you.

This session follows on and adds structure to your running style to utilise the correct muscle groups. Nail this one and we will be on the way to finding our flow.....

Perfect Posture
Find Your Flow
1 Lecture 03:39

Last session and probably the most important. Over the past few weeks (depending on how you have followed the program) you will have had some great work outs and be getting into shape. Now it is time to think about relaxing and allow all the parts of the puzzle come together. this session is a guide to putting you on the path to fun and enjoyable running.

Find Your Flow
Training Plans 1- 5
1 Lecture 00:01
Training Plans 1-5
Audio only
1 Lecture 00:03

Click the link to go to our download site and download all the audio so you can listen and practise out on the trail.

Bonus Material
3 Lectures 06:31
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About the Instructor
Nicholas Quinton
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Helping to people run well.

Over 10 years ago as Physical Training Instructor I helped get raw recruits ready for one of the toughest selection course in the military. This gave me first hand insight into how people get injured and push themselves to hard to prepare for endurance events, the common mistakes we all make by just "going hard" and expecting good results. Finding imbalances, working on form helped get these guys back in the game.

The last 9 years have seen me working for an outdoor fitness provider here in the U.K. developing my skills and knowledge with all spectrum of abilities, especially focused around running. Getting people moving well and being healthy is a passion of mine and the greatest impact I have had to date has not been through pushing people hard and giving them gruelling workouts but by imparting knowledge that is personal and specific to their goals. Finding imbalances, through analysis, and working on specific areas is how I have provided greatest value to people.