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Strength Training & Rehab PROGRAMS For Runners

I want to be a better runner

Sign up to a strength program and get running-specific workouts on your phone.

I NEED TO FIX MY INJURY

Get a personalised Physio rehab plan for your injury and get back to running sooner.

I want to be a better runner

Sign up to a strength program and get running-specific workouts on your phone.

I NEED TO FIX MY INJURY

Get a personalised Physio rehab plan for your injury and get back to running sooner.

Strength Training Made For Runners By A Running Physio

Whether you’re recovering from an injury or training to beat your personal best, strength training is essential to every runner’s success.

Sprint Rehab is developed by Australian Physiotherapist, Alina Kennedy, and gives you access to the best running-specific strength and rehab exercises.

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Follow Step-By-Step Training Plans

Get Physio-developed, simple workouts that you can access on any device. Follow the guided training plans and develop the strength, stability, and endurance you need to run fast & injury-free.

Master New Exercises With Detailed Video Tutorials

We include detailed technique tutorials with every exercise so you can master the correct form, engage the right muscles and make the most of your strength training sessions.

Workout Anywhere, Anytime

All our exercises can be done with minimal equipment so there’s no need to spend money on pricey gym memberships. As long as you have some small essentials, you can train at home, outdoors or anywhere you like!

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