Running Made Easy Online
Based on our hugely popular Running Made Easy course, our online programme gives you the freedom to run when it suits you. You’ll still be up and running in 8 weeks with just 3 weekly sessions that each take no more than 45 minutes of your time.
Your programme is delivered to your inbox weekly (starting the day you sign up) along with two extra emails weekly, each packed with information, advice, exercises, support and motivation. On top of tha, you have access to expert support 7 days a week and, to make absolutely sure you stay motivated, from January 2018 you’ll also get free membership in our online running club for 8 weeks!
I am loving it! The emails are excellent. There’s so much information. I have tried to do the couch to 5k before but have never gotten past week one! The warm ups and stretches make a big difference. I love all of the information and exercises, they are very clear!Anne-Marie
Running is easy when you start where you’re at. Most people don’t do this so they find it hard because they try to run too fast or too far, too soon. People say ‘I’m too unfit to run’ but you aren’t. You might be too unfit to run a 5k right now but you could probably run 1 minute slowly, if not, maybe 20 seconds? Start by doing whatever it is that you can do comfortably, however little it may be, as long as you start it’s better than not starting.
When you start with the right approach, slowly, one step at a time, it becomes easy and you’ll find yourself enjoying it! That’s when you feel unstoppable. That’s the feeling you get with Running Made Easy.
What’s included in the 8 week programme?
Each week, you get 3 emails. First email contains your run/walk intervals for your 3 sessions that week. The following 2 emails are packed with other information that will help you get the most out of this programme, learn everything you need to know about running, staying injury free and motivated. Here’s a quick overview of what is included:
- Get set for success and learn a new, better way to set your goals (so you can actually achieve them)
- Learn how to warm up and cool down properly
- How to prevent injuries
- All about running shoes
- Core stability & exercises for runners
- Extra stretches
- This week is all about breathing well, which is super important!
- All you need to know about running gear
- The importance of good posture
- Looking after your hips!
- How to develop body awareness
- Pacing gets important now you’re running more and walking less
- Tips on staying motivated (at this point, it can get challenging)
- Mindfulness for runners – learn to be present
- Safety tips for runners
- Running for weight loss
- How to look after your calves and shins
- More on being present while running and staying motivated
- More on breathing – super important!
- Fun run/race tips – now is a good time to sign up for your first one!
- You’ll run your first nonstop 30 minutes this week – time to celebrate!
It’s like having a personal trainer! I never had motivation to do a thing before but the emails and group are great and for some reason I can’t wait to get out because of them. I am surprised to find myself really enjoying it and I can see myself keeping this up in the future!Shirley
Think you’re not fit enough? Running Made Easy is designed for couch potatoes!
You do not have to be fit at all to start this programme because it is designed for couch potatoes. You just have to be injury free and be in good general health. The great thing about the online programme is that it gives you more flexibility so you can repeat a week or a session if needed (but most people don’t need to do this!). You’ll also have access to expert support so if it happens that you’re finding it hard, all you have to do is contact us for advice. The most important thing is that you keep moving!
I am really enjoying how simple & accessible you make running – thank you so much… I’m getting better at just relaxing & enjoying the feeling of moving! I’ve followed your blog & website for ages and am so delighted to be a part of what you do. You are a brilliant role model for healthy living – thank you!Deirdre
Ready to start?
NOW ONLY €19.99 (8 weeks/24 sessions, that’s €2.49/week or €0.83/session!)
Frequently Asked Questions
I had a baby recently, how soon can I start running?
You should wait a minimum of 12 weeks after natural birth and 6 months after a c-section. We recommend before taking up running, you do some post-natal pilates to build up your core strength and stability in order to prevent lower back and hip pain/injuries (which are common postnatally).
I'm pregnant, can I start running?
No. Our classes are not suitable during pregnancy.
I suffer from shin splints or another injury/ache, can I join?
If you already suffer with shin splints or any other injury/ache or pain, it is advisable to take care of that first as running is only going to make it worse. The best thing to do is go to a physio for advice and treatment.
I am overweight, can I join?
Yes! As long as you are healthy, have no injuries and your doctor is happy for you to do weight bearing exercise. However, please do note that if you find walking a challenge and get easily out of breath while walking, it is best to stick with that until your fitness improves. Feel free to email Tina for tips on how to get started!
What is your refund policy?
For full refund, you must cancel 24hrs before your course starts. No refunds will be given once your course has commenced.