Crush running goals with personalized planning.
Running has soared in popularity over the past few years, especially among women. You can easily find 5Ks, half and full marathons, plus ultras in most communities! Are you a long-time runner, or just getting started? Picking a race and starting a routine can be a great way to support your favorite cause or tackle personal fitness goals. Actually completing that race can be a different story.
How can Breathe. help?
- Gait assessment. A trained physical therapist at Breathe. will evaluate your posture while sitting, standing, walking and running. This information is critical in understanding how to best support your body and your running goals.
- Cross training recommendations specific to your body! Cross training can be an incredibly effective way to reach goals when you’re just getting started or after you’ve hit a plateau.
- Personalized training plans and advice based on your goals! Your physical therapist will always give you personalized recommendations specific to your body and your goals, no one else’s. Walk away with new strategies to implement right away.
Whether your goal is to run 5 miles without stopping or just lace up your tennis shoes and get moving, we can help!
“With the help of Breathe. I just ran a whole mile without stopping! I haven’t done that for years and years!”
Book an appointment to evaluate your running and start reaching your goals today!
A running assessment and plan co-created with Breathe. is a powerful way to get more from your running. If you’re having any of the following, it’s best to book a separate appointment so we can find the root and identify how to get you back to doing the things you love:
Posterior Tibial Tendonitis
Foot or ankle problems
General Inflammation or pain
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