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Movement: flow, timing, creativity, control. It’s what we teach.

We passionately believe at Balance Performance, and have observed in our Clapham facility since 2001, that what London’s adults need most – whether as part of the city workforce or it’s sporting and running communities – is greater movement awareness, fluidity and control. As this develops the strength and fitness achieved with our sports specific […]

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Born to Run and Why We Run reviewed: ultradistance Spartathlon and virtually barefooted super athletes

Barefoot Running is controversial. I’ve heard it said of barefoot running that “it’s unnatural!”, some in the running press, amongst physios and sports therapists feel that its a recipe for sports injuries, particularly around the ankle and achilles tendon. On the other hand proponents feel barefoot running reduces risks of chronic injuries, increases running efficiency […]

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