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Reader Experiences

Your technique-change journey

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We encourage our readers to write a story or blog about their running transformation - the ups and the downs, the mistakes, the 'eureaka' moments. This helps everyone to improve and learn from everyone else's mistakes. That includes us, the authors

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David Blackman, Southampton AC, UK

We met David at a track session in Southampton in June 2015. For David, big improvements started to happen after 15 months:

“Four days after my 50th birthday, and 15 months after starting the Bateman/Jones journey, I equalled my 5km PB/PR from almost 10 years earlier (16:37). In the same month, I also ran within 20 seconds of my 10 mile PB/PR (58:04), which I set in 1990 at the age of 23.”

There is also a Facebook discussion group where readers can pass on their experience to others. Heidi and Keith also keep an eye on the group postings and help out where possible. The Facebook Group is here: Facebook Group

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John Shaw @ 8th July 2015 07:55:50

What have you got to lose by buying this book? Well for me it was 20 seconds off my 4.30 endurance pace simply by adopting it's simple technique change, This change also helped me run a sub 2.50 at the recent Gold Coast Marathon. Considering I am 62 (older than Keith) and have only been a runner for less than 3 years you can definitely take my word for it that it will be money well spent.

Etienne @ 20th January 2015 11:23:54

I think this is the best money I have ever spent on anything training related, what a great book. It has made a huge difference to my running. I was injured with shin splints and was able to rebuild my technique on my return to running using Keiths technique. I am now looking forward to many years of injury free running. Thanks Keith & Heidi.

Ian Fischer @ 30th December 2014 15:53:25

Absolutely Fantastic Book. Profoundly simple in theory and application. With my professional background in sports rehabilitation and a long association with distance running, I will be recommending this book to all of my clients as "The Must Read Book on Running" in 2015.

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