I started running in 2015, in my early thirties. For the first few years, I had no issues at all and then I got injured.
Coming back to running in my view is harder than starting. Mentally you know how far and how quick you can go, but your body really isn’t listening to you. I tried lots, and I think my ego got the better of me at times, leading me to want to give up. I had a choice, give up or get a coach.
I attended a session at my local running club given by a member of the team at full potential running. I thought to myself, these guys sound like they know what they’re talking about, lets give them a go.
Let me tell you, coaching isn’t just for the elite, it’s for anyone who wants to have a consistent approach to running.
Since March 2020
The varied plans that continually push me. These are tailored to meet specific goals and needs, and you are constantly accountable to a coach. Let me tell you, if you want to run, the team at full potential are going to hold you accountable at every stage and get you where you want to be.
Doooooo itttttttt. Seriously. There is no magic bullet to health but running comes pretty close. It is great for your physical health, its great for your mental health and it is completely freeing. Whether you’re a 5-minute miler pushing for elite times, or you’re a 13 minute miler hoping to get around your first half-marathon, the team at full-potential will get you there, you just have to follow the plan and have a nice catch up with your coach now and again. Kerry has taken me through my goals and helped me to remove both physical and mental barriers to achieving this.
I can’t recommend full potential enough. What a team.