Four videos that cover a full eight weeks' training
Printable weekly workout and schedules for the whole eight weeks
Designed by Ed Kerry, an expert marathon and ultramarathon runner
Clear, simple, effective routine – one you can enjoy following every day
Learn the correct technique, build strength and endurance
Banish those niggling injuries and become a better, more efficient runner for life
Four step-by-step videos with easy-to-follow daily routines covering eight full weeks:
Weeks 1 and 2 – with daily exercise routines
Build up your basic strength and start activating essential muscle groups
Weeks 3 and 4 - with daily exercise routines
Develop and build on your new strength and start to work on your balance
Weeks 5 and 6 – with daily exercise routines
Continue your balance training and start to work on foot and calf strength
Weeks 7 and 8 - with daily exercise routines
Learn to activate muscles in the right order and be a better, more efficient runner
Eight full-colour exercise plans for the full course to be used with the step-by-step videos. Easy for printing or viewing on your smartphone and tablet!
I’m Ed Kerry, a professional running coach. I help people run better, further and quicker; teaching them how to enjoy successful running again.
After a career in the Royal Air Force, I became a coach and started The Run Doctor. I’ve helped adults and children of all ages, from beginners to marathon runners, to improve their strength, flexibility, technique and stamina.
I'm passionate about running and my best time for a traditional marathon is currently 2 hours 39 minutes.
I've also run a number of ultramarathons including the six-day Marathon des Sables, the toughest footrace on earth; 156 miles in searing heat across the Moroccan desert. At my first attempt I was the second British person to finish.
No matter your age or ability, my video course can help you beat your injuries, change your bad habits, reach your goals and give you the confidence and motivation to enjoy running for life.
"I’ve got the confidence, self-belief, strength and ability to run my first marathon – all thanks to Ed. Not bad for someone who only started running 18 months ago."
"If it wasn’t for Ed I’d have stopped running ages ago due to injuries. Ed broke down my technique and built me up again from scratch."
"Ed is incredibly knowledgeable, organised and focused – he’s a really nice guy. He genuinely cares about my progress."
"Ed is a great communicator. He gives you a clear, logical plan and can explain the bigger, long-term picture too. Ed is the only reason I'm a more efficient runner."