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Thanks and see you soon

Thanks for your ongoing support. We’re looking forward to talking running with you soon. If you haven’t already seen the Meyers Place studio this video gives a glimpse of what it’s about. How to find us The Meyers Place Studio is located a short walk from Parliament station. There are cheap two hour metered parking […]

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Thank you – we will be in touch shortly

Thank you for supporting our Running Technique Coaching service. We will be in touch very soon to confirm your appointment. If there is anything you forgot to mention or have further questions please let us know using the form below. For more information about running please visit our blog Running Technique Tips. We also post […]

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How to: body weight squats for runners

This article provides a comprehensive description of how to do squats to improve running technique and includes tips, video tutorial and video demonstration to complete the picture.

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City2Sea 14km Melbourne Fun Run

The City2Sea 14km fun run takes in some of Melbourne’s best known landmarks. Starting at St Kilda Road near the City, the run makes its way around Albert Park Lake and onto Beaconsfield Parade to finish at St Kilda Beach. If you want to run it fast, check out our goal running program.

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The relative benefits of altitude training

As runners we’re aware that training at altitude can increase fitness and improve performance, but how does it really work? And critically, is altitude training of equal benefit for elite versus recreational runners and athletes competing at club or sub-elite levels? Experts Dr Philo Saunders, Professor Dick Telford and Laura Garvican help me explain the science of running at altitude.

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Don’t race to running shoe minimalism

In recent years attention has shifted from loading up runners with the most protective and cushioned forms of footwear to adopting lighter, flatter, more flexible shoes. It’s a good idea in the long term, but runners need to consider how to get there without getting injured.

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de Castella fun runs

Raise money for Mental illness and smash out a great run along one of Melbourne’s fantastic running courses at the de Castella run over 5, 10 and 15 kilometres. Sunday 28 August 8am.

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Cyril Rioli makes changes to his running technique

Cyril Rioli is an explosive Australian Rules Football player, but his club physiotherapists and fitness staff have resolved to alter Rioli’s running technique in a bid to stem his chronic hamstring injuries woes.

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Pick a fun run to suit your goals

What type of fun run or race should you enter in Melbourne or any other big city in Australia or around the world? Choosing the right race depends on examining your personal running goals.

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Self massage and maintenance for runners

At some time during running training you’ll develop tightness, sore spots or even minor injuries. These niggles can be prevented and treated (if they’re not serious) by a little bit of self massage.

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