Learn how to avoid and recover from a running injury with our new training course!

Registration is now open for this specialist injury prevention and recovery course

We’re excited to announce that the Women’s Running Injury Avoidance and Recovery Course is now upon for registration!

Enrolment is live and you can sign up here.

Enrolment will be only open until midnight on Saturday 13 July. Alongside the course, you will automatically receive a 12-month digital subscription to Women’s Running free of charge. And there are also TWO EARLY-BIRD BONUSES:

  1. The first 5 people to enrol on the course will receive a one-on-one, 30-minute coaching call with our training course running coach, Kerry Sutton. Worth £50!
  2. The first 50 people to enrol on the course will get a 12-month subscription to the print edition of Women’s Running magazine. Worth £54!

ENROL IN THE WOMEN’S RUNNING INJURY AVOIDANCE & RECOVERY COURSE NOW

About the course

We will take you through this specialist course to help you avoid and recover from running injuries the right way, and in doing so maximise your enjoyment of running for years to come.

The course includes over 24 videos, as well as work sheets, audio files (perfect to listen to on a run!), an exclusive Women’s Running Facebook private community, and a special bonus HIIT video module for everyone on the course.

The course is yours to keep for life, to refer to when you need it. And it’s also ongoing, as we will update it each year. These bonus updates will be included in your enrolment.

Plus, you’ll get a FREE digital subscription to Women’s Running when you sign up!

You can see the full course curriculum here.

About your course instructor

Your instructor will be Kerry Sutton, a professional running coach who loves getting out on the trails. Having run all distances from 10Ks to the Marathon des Sables, she loves the freedom running brings and shares her love through her coaching.

ENROL IN THE WOMEN’S RUNNING INJURY AVOIDANCE & RECOVERY COURSE NOW


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