Triathlon Taren Podcast Interview
Paul joined Triathlon Taren for a video based session to review his technique and then an interview on his Podcast. You can listen below and check out more of Taren’s work at triathlontaren.com
“Paul MacKinnon, better known as The Balanced Runner, is a professional run technique coach based in Melbourne, Australia. He helps professional and amateur runners and triathletes, identify small changes they can make in their running form to produce huge gains in performance. On this week’s podcast, we talk to Paul about the basic principles of good running form, how he identifies and fixes problems in a person’s stride, and what he has to say about Taren’s running form.”
Check out more articles, podcast appearances and running technique tips:
I would implore all runners next time they are running on a ‘loose’ or wet surface, to listen to their feet and their ground contact, find out what you should be listening for.
VIDEO: Watch the Triathlon Victoria Performance Centre series, where Paul joined a host of other high-level coaches to discuss various aspects of performance running.
PODCAST: Paul joins Julian Spence on the Inside Running Podcast for a chat about all things running and running technique coaching.
PODCAST: Paul was featured on the Athlete’s Garage by the Motion Mechanic to discuss everything about running technique.
VIDEO: Paul joins the team from METS Performance consulting to discuss running technique and the potential impact it has on performance for all athletes.
PODCAST: A laid back chat about life and running with Pete and Nathan from Runner Chats. Ranging from everything from hockey to Run the Bay Relay and a little bit of running technique.
ARTICLE: Check out the interview with Australian Triathlon Magazine about the Balanced Runner philosophy, background, and helping runners to improve.
ARTICLE: ‘My first intro to Running Technique’ – from a Spoonful of Sarah on her first session with Paul.
ARTICLE: This article was originally featured in Body + Soul as part of the lead up to Run Melbourne.
ARTICLE: Paul spoke to Men’s Fitness Magazine to give some tips on how to get from the couch to a half marathon.