What is it? The Locker Room has been designed to teach runners everything they need to know to help keep themselves injury-free. Remaining injury-free allows you to train consistently, and training consistently will improve your performance.
The resources you will have access to include written articles, exercise videos, technique videos (hills, stairs, general running, using poles etc) and athlete interviews.
- Stretches for runners
- Running specific strengthening exercises
- Foam rolling and trigger point ball techniques
- “Core” stability exercises
- Training advice
- Nutrition advice
- Preparing for races
- Gear reviews
What are the benefits? – The biggest limitation to runners reaching their potential is injury. According to research, over 50% of runners get injured every year. The key to successful performance is consistent training. The Locker Room will teach you everything you need to know to turn yourself into an injury-free runner. By remaining injury-free you will be able to train consistently and improve your performance.
How does it work? – The Locker Room operates using an annual or monthly subscription-based membership. Priced from $15/month, you will have access to all of the content on the site whilst your membership remains current.
You will receive weekly tips on all aspects of running from an elite runner and sports physiotherapist.
How do you pay? – We use PayPal, meaning you can pay directly from your bank account or using your credit card. Payment will be deducted either monthly or annually from your chosen account depending on your membership type.
You can choose to cancel your membership at any time. See cancellation policy.
How often is new content added? – New content will be added to the site every week. If there are any specific questions you would like answered, email us at email@example.com and we will endeavour to answer questions and add relevant content to the site.
Who writes the articles? – The content has been written and provided by Mark Green, an elite runner and sports physiotherapist. Nutrition experts, strength and conditioning coaches, sports doctors, running coaches, elite athletes and other industry experts also contribute content regularly. Click here to find out more.