Make strides in your performance.

Whether you’re looking to cut some time off a personal best or you have an injury that limits your running, our RUNFIT team will provide you with the most appropriate action plan to make the greatest difference in your injury recovery, prevention or performance.

Starting with a comprehensive assessment to discuss your history and running goals, our experts will custom tailor an action plan to address strength or mobility deficiencies, training errors, poor biomechanics, or any other obstacles standing in your way.


The RUNFIT assessment peels back these layers and identifies the major problems for a runner that could be contributing to past, present or future injuries.


The RUNFIT Training programs are designed to limit injuries and maximize your running training budget.


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This new technology removes up to 35lbs of weight from each stride and is specifically designed for runners by physiotherapists who are runners.


  • “After struggling with knee issues for over four years and failing to find a solution to my problem, James was exactly the help that I needed to finally work through my injury. The Runfit program focused on retraining my body and rebuilding important muscles needed to get me back to the sport that I love.”

    Carina Ludgate
  • “When I was first introduced  to James and the the runfit program a year ago, I had several overuse injuries and was struggling to complete a half marathon. After completing the program I'm happy to say I have just finished my first ultra, feeling strong and completely injury free.  James, being a runner himself is very knowledgeable and encouraging, I can't thank him enough.”

    Shelly Greschner
  • “The Runfit program has helped me to become a smarter runner.  I’ve struggled with injuries and been able to recover 100% after dedicated support and guidance on how to run stronger, smarter and more effectively.  The coaching aspect and therapy that has come with working with James has brought me to a new level in my running.”

    Kathryn Durell