Running for Athletes – Achieve your new personal best!

running performance running gait analysis

Unsatisfied with your performance? Unsure of how you can achieve a better timing in your run?

Join us in our upcoming workshop on 23rd April to find out from experts on how YOU can achieve your new personal best!

Come and hear first hand knowledge from a national athlete, a triathlon coach and a physiotherapist on how you can improve your running – from training tips to personal experience. You will leave this session with valuable insight on the practical ways in which you can notably improve on your run.

Meet our speakers

mok ying rong

Ying Rong is a physiotherapist with Core Concepts and a national athlete. She is a highly dedicated runner, having picked up the sport since 2008. She has represented the nation at various international platforms such as the 2009 Asian Cross Country Championships in Bahrain, 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships in China and winning the 2015 Taipei Half Marathon in her age category.

Ying Rong will be sharing on her personal experience as a national athlete – including her background and personal mistakes made during her journey. She will also share what she has learnt from those mistakes as well as tips on how you can improve your running performance and prevent injuries.

 Jordan Cave - Physiotherapist
Jordan is a physiotherapist with Core Concepts and an avid sportsperson. Having been a previous rugby player and a physiotherapist for football clubs, Jordan’s interest lies in sports injuries and maximising an athlete’s performance. In line with this interest, Jordan is the Running Gait Analysis specialist. In this session, Jordan will be sharing more on why getting your running form assessed can not only improve your performance, but reduce the risk of future injuries as well.
Michael Lyons

Michael Lyons is a level 2 Tri NZ certified coach, and a co-owner of TriEdge Team who coaches more than 100 athletes in Singapore.

Michael is a former Dual National Triathlon title holder at age group level, NZ National Team member and has had more than 100 races under his belt before transitioning to coaching. In this session, Michael will be sharing on real life coaching observations and examples, covering athlete observations, training methods and achieving breakthroughs in performance.

Saturday, 23 Apr 2016

1.30pm to 3.30pm
(Registration starts at 1pm)

Core Concepts
#05-07 Camden Medical Centre
1 Orchard Boulevard
Singapore 248649

Admission is free

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