RUn Coaching

As the Fix philosophy is a little different from other clinics, when you come to Fix, you're well looked after. You're not just getting the experience of one practitioner, you also get the chance to get back to what you love doing, whilst still being managed by the team.  

We want you to be back running as quickly as possible and understand that sometimes an individual approach may not be as effective as the talents of a multidisciplinary team. Our team of experts will be able to tailor a treatment plan to get you back on that track.. quite literally!


What does run coaching involve?

Steve Hobbs is a fully qualified running coach. As an experienced runner himself, Steve knows only too well the effect that injury can have and how important it is to be proactive to prevent injury and how patient you have to be in recovery.

As part of the Fix team, Steve is able to design training programmes to help you successfully return from injury and advise on technical drills to prevent re-occurrence. Steve is also able to provide technical guidance on how to reduce the risk of injury in the first place.

 

  • Coaching to optimise running performance
  • Carry over from rehabilitation from pain/dysfunction
  • Prevention/ reduction in sports injuries
  • Post surgical rehabilitation
  •  Preparation for sporting events, dirt runs, fun stuff like that
  •  Marathon, 1/2 marathon, 10km specific plans

The packages:

"If It Ain't Broke" 

Prevention package                                 (up to 6 months):

a) 1x initial consultation (objective physical & gait assessment with both therapist and run coach)

b) 1x homework from consultation (exercises and strategies to improve movement)

c) 1x running consultation and assessment (motivations, goals, style with Steve)

d) 1x running plan (from Steve, to include running and drills, either for a specific goal or the next 6 months)

e) 1x monthly follow up for mentorship, coaching and progressions in your running plan (email or Skype with Steve) 

 

 

 

costs:

1x initial clinical assessment Fix HQ

1x initial running assessment and plan outside

1x running plan

5x 1/month running plan follow up

Total was £440, now £425

 

the "one off"

running assessment and plan

Just as it says on the tin. Your goals in mind.

Costs: £65/1 hour

"Get Back on Track"

Rehab package (up to 6 months):

a) 1x initial consultation (objective physical & gait assessment with both therapist and run coach)

b) 1x rehabilitation homework from consultation (exercises and strategies to improve movement)

c) 1x running consultation and assessment (motivations, goals, style with Steve)

d) 1x running plan (from Steve, to include running and drills, either for a specific goal or the next 6 months)

e) 4x follow ups with initial therapist throughout running plan (over the 6 months) (30 mins, inc reviewing patterns, strength and progress)

f) 1x monthly follow up for mentorship, coaching and progressions in your running plan (email or Skype with Steve) 

 

costs:

1x initial clinical assessment Fix HQ

1x initial running assessment outside and running plan to follow

4x clinical follow ups

5x 1/month running plan follow up

Total was : £650 now £625

 


FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK PLEASE CALL:  London Fields 020 8986 5551

or East Village 020 8555 7165


Mums, Dads, Buggies and Babies

Tuesdays 10am Fix East Village

Running is for everyone. Even babies. Obviously not  literally (quite yet), but why let your baby stop you from enjoying the benefits of running as a form of exercise? 

Our weekly daytime run group is designed specifically for parents of small children. We meet each week at Fix East Village at 10am, before taking a short jog / stroll to the Olympic Park for an hour of activity. That hour will comprise a good warm-up, a main session of about 15-20 minutes of running and exercises and a cool down, involving stretches.

The main session will also feature plenty of rest, you won't be running for more than 3 minutes without a rest or a chance to check on the baby who will be with us, of course. You can either run with the baby (in a buggy obviously), or as we always use a limited space and create sessions that are designed for this purpose, someone (usually the coach!) will always be with parked buggies and of course we expect there to be times when you have to stop halfway through a session.

Of course, you don't have to have a baby with you at all, the sessions work equally well without them!