Reach Your Full Potential
RunEtics is an Australian coaching business located in the Northern Suburbs of Perth. We offer sprints training and coaching, middle distance, cross country and marathon to ultra coaching.
Looking for a Personal Coach?
Anyone can download a generic program from the web and hope that it works for them, but, what happens when life happens? When the unforeseen prevents you from completing a planned training session or block of training? Do you start over? Do you adapt the program, and if so, when and how? Working with a qualified personal coach takes the guess work out of your training and delivers tailored, personalized daily training directly to your inbox and mobile device.
Struggling with injury or pain? Feeling “tight” or like you need to stretch? Lynotherapy could be just the treatment your body desperately needs.
Do you need to focus lactate threshold development, aerobic power or more endurance? Determine exactly what you need and what your training pace should be.
The Science of the Body
Coaching is the process of understanding the science of the body, getting to know and understand the individual you are working with and then adapting the theory through an approach in order to match the current physiological and psychological level of the individual.
Coaching is understanding which physiological adaptations an athlete requires for their target events and then gradually bringing about the adaptations within the various systems of the body, such as the cardiovascular, muscular, aerobic metabolic, and endocrine systems.
Coaching is a personal relationship between coach and athlete and there has to be buy-in and commitment to the professional relationship with open channels of regular communication by both the coach and the athlete.
Feedback from Athletes
Don’t take our word for it, check out why our clients across the world have chosen us to guide them.
Gauteng, South Africa
Durban, South Africa
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