Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Barefoot Running Cambridge, UK

Barefoot Running Cambridge, UK

Great news! CavemanClarke now offers barefoot and bareform running training sessions in the
Cambridgeshire area of the UK.

CavemanClarke now provides a School of Running for people in the local area to learn correct running form and technique. People think that running just comes naturally, and to be able to do it just requires oneself to walk out the door and put one leg in front of the other slightly quicker than walking pace. Sadly, this helps contribute to the many many injuries runners face every year, leading to mobility difficulties, loss of fitness and training and a lot of unhappy and demoralised people.

But just like any other sport or fitness pursuit, instruction in the correct and safe way to exercise is essential in running, whether on or off road. Strengthening muscles, tendons, ligaments and bones takes time and correct form. Posture, speed, stride length and much more are mastered far quicker when an experienced coach is on hand to put things right for you. You wouldn't get far in tennis or golf without proper instruction, and running is no different. Do it wrong and you risk serious injury and set-back.

Barefoot Running now available in Cambridge!
This is why I am so excited to announce my new School of Running to allow people who are interested in learning the safest, most efficient and enjoyable way to run the chance to get a head start and smooth transition to barefoot and bareform running. Obviously to those who have read the rest of my blog, there will always be the chance to discuss the most suitable footwear for your activity level and terrain etc.

So, if you are in the local area and would like to learn what barefoot and bareform running are all about, or you simply wish to improve on your current technique and running form, give me a shout and I would be very happy to work with you.

"Learn to run naturally and efficiently and you will never look back"

Want to know more on barefoot running? See the links below:

Want to book a session or discuss barefoot running in more detail? Please contact me in the comments section below.

Happy, safe and fun running


  1. Hi Caveman
    If you would like to write a short paragraph I willaadd you to the coaches page at

    1. Many thanks Chris, very appreciated! I have left you a message on your blog . Any questions or comments please feel free to get back to me. Great blog btw :-) Let me know if it came through OK.

  2. Email me at