Walk or run more efficiently, and with less pain.
What is Good Form?
We spend our whole lives on the move: running, walking, skipping, trotting...you name it! While these concepts are familiar and innate to us, it can come as a surprise that we could actually be moving BETTER.
Our basic philosophy encourages one very simple mantra: move light and easy. Instead of a complex bio-mechanical analysis (#Science), Good Form focuses on the simple, essential steps that allow for efficient and healthy running and walking.
Along with effective stretching and strengthening techniques, Good Form can benefit all ranges of runners and walkers. With simplicity as a focal point, Good Form has positively reached thousands of runners and walkers since 2006.
Good Form Running (GFR)
Run healthier and faster.
GFR was created after years of teaching clinics, studying running philosophies, and personal meetings with speedy/intelligent runners. Instead of a complex biomechanical analysis, GFR focuses on three simple, essential steps. Free GFR classes are offered to the public on a weekly basis.
Good Form Walking (GFW)
Walk easier and lighter.
Good Form Walking (GFW) is method to help walkers of all ages and abilities move more efficiently and healthier. Learning the three simple components of GFW can help people to walk without injury, with a well-balanced stride and with renewed vigor. GFW instruction has helped thousands of people walk better, farther, and more frequently, without pain!
Stretch, Strengthen, & Roll
Move Better. Feel Better.
From your head to your feet, keeping your body well-balanced is key to leading a healthy, active, & pain-free life. In this free clinic, we'll teach you the techniques we've found to be the most effective at doing just that. We cover a variety of topics including warming up, cooling down, and recovery, ensuring you not only know what to do, but also how to do it properly.
Good Form is Transforming Lives
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At Playmakers, we're constantly looking to improve. If you've recently participated in a clinic, we'd love to hear how it went.