Steve Cram Training Camps
Extra Mile Media & Events, Kiln Rigg, Wall, Hexham NE46 4EQ
So come and join in or just sit and listen. We have some of the best practitioners in their field as well as inspirational stories for you to enjoy. Training tips, strength and conditioning, nutrition and injury prevention will all be covered. Each session will give you a great insight in to what our camps can offer and you may just pick up a gem to take away.
Researcher in Running Biomechanics. Chris is a physiotherapist specialising in running injuries and biomechanics. Over the last 10 years he has worked in track and field for British Athletics and Team GB, supporting their endurance athletes throughout numerous championships and training camps. Chris has a PhD in running biomechanics and has published multiple articles on running injuries and the biomechanics of running. He regularly speaks at national and international events and is passionate about all thing’s injury prevention, running form and performance.
British Middle Distance Runner and Qualified Athletics Coach, Lewis set-up New Levels Coaching, an online coaching platform, with an aim to help runners find rheir true running potential. Lewis graduated from Loughborough University and it was during this time he became an International Athlete as well as a Qualified Coach. Lewis went on to become an Elite Sport Tutor and Mentor for GB’s leading Junior athletes before setting up his online coaching business.
With a background in clinical dietetics Louise has a particular interest in the practical application of sport dietetics in elite and extreme environments. She has advised many elite sports professionals from a range of sports, both Olympic and Professional, including athletics, cricket, cycling, football and rugby. She currently leads the provision to the National Race Walking Squad based in Leeds.
Lover of All Things Movement. Dane is a UKSCA accredited strength and conditioning coach and has worked with a number of elite sports teams and individual athletes through his role at Leeds Beckett University, including international althletes in running, triathlon, swimming and race walking. He has most recently helped Laura Weightman, coached by Steve, to adapt her S&C programme to her higher milage.
Now working at leading sports nutrition brand Maurten, you may recognise Josh as a regular face at the training
camps helping you as a run guide, and he has an impressive 2.22 marathon time to his name. Josh has recently completed his PHD reseaching the use of Maurten’s Hydrogel in endurance sport. His research became an integral part of the Ineos 1.59 Challenge where Eliud Kipchoge made history by breaking the 2 hour mark for the Marathon.