Competitive:

No matter how much training you do at an 8 minute/mile pace it will not teach you how to run at 7 minutes/mile...becoming a faster and more competitive runner can be confusing and, if not done correctly, very risky.  CFM will help specify your training, getting you more efficient and allowing you to maximize your time and energy in order to reach your peak performance. 

Running Mechanics & Injury Prevention

CFM strongly believes that repetitive athletic activity will result in injury if performed with poor mechanics and we will customize a program to assess and correct the body-mechanics for both beginners and experienced runners. Whether it’s just an assessment with pointers or a full strength and flexibility program to correct imbalances, CFM can get you MOVING SMARTER and RUNNING STRONGER.

Healthy Running

From couch potato to marathon or simply running more safely and efficiently, CFM offers customized programs and training sessions to help you reach your goals

Distance & Event Training:

If you want to take your running to the next level CFM can help you train for your first 5K, your next marathon and anything in between.  This is where the runner's aches and pains can start mounting, though, so we'll start by assessing your running mechanics and cardiopulmonary fitness then create a customized plan to guide you through the increased distance while keeping you strong and injury free.

What CFM can do for you and your running...

Beginners:

We understand the many reasons to run: It's great for your heart and lungs, an awesome calorie burner and stress reliever, provides a healthy excuse for getting outside (even in cold weather) or can simply be a way to spend time with friends.  Getting started, however, can be daunting.  Let us show you the basics of proper technique, target heart rates and even how to choose the best gear to help make sure you stay on track.

Would you like to join the millions of people who enjoy running for exercise or sport?

Do you want to run but...

- have experienced shin splints, "runner's knee", sore back or one of the many other injuries commonly associated with running?
- aren't sure you can make it all the way through a 5k, 10k, half or full marathon?
   - believe it's just too difficult or even boring?
- are confused about the barefoot or "minimal" running and shoe talk out there?     - worry about the "pounding" they say your body will take?