Momentum Sports: The Running and Athletics Website

Coronavirus - Keeping Fit for your sport.

These are horrible times, and Momentum Sports is still available to help where we can. Click here to find out how we can assist. We are looking at all possible options and will be offering big discounts where we can, to help you keep fit and strong at this time and also to help us keep going to be able to coach you still when we are back to "normal". Please contact us with any queries you might have.

This site is about everything to do with running and athletics. From free training advice to online coaching from qualified professional coaches set specifically for you. From sprinters to marathon runners, improve your fitness and speed with targeted running sessions, circuits, weights, plyometrics, stretching, nutrition and psychology.

How we can help your running

Our Coaching Groups in Kingston

Kestrel Club for 8-17 year old athletes

1-2-1 and Small Group coaching sessions

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Find out about the runners and coaches behind the website

Your guide to Running Training

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Here is an example video to demonstrate how we can help runners of all abilities. This one looks at some very simple technique for making your running technique better.

There are many more throughout the site - please look around and enjoy them. If you have any questions, just ask through any of the methods below.

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Tweets by our head coach Richard Holt.

RED-S (Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport) is a serious problem, affect men and women of all ages. It is more common in distance athletes, because the have such energy intensive training, and we have asked one such athlete, Katherine Wood, to write an article for all our readers about her experiences, which she has done in a very eloquent way. We highly recommend you read her story.

Read about the inspirational story of Patrick Crossan who was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease a couple of years ago and has shown that a serious diagnosis like this doesn't have to mean the end of your ambitions in life.

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