Clinics and Seminars

Addaday Clinic

Saturday, July 26th: 10am

Addaday Clinic @ Fleet Feet Sports Pittsburgh

“Gear” by Addaday, mimics the feeling of finger tips, and encourages blood flow with it’s easy light-weight, easy to clean, abrasion free technology.

The specific gap between gear allows for optimal blood flow around muscle groups and the design allows for easy navigation around human body, especially waist, back and hip areas, without grabbing hair.

Stop by the store for detailed information on Addaday recovery products as well as free massages! Start your day off with our group Mizuno Sayonara 2 test run and work out any kinks from the run with a massage! Both events are open to the public - you don't have to run to come to the Addaday clinic for a massage!

Generation UCAN Clinic

Generation UCAN @ Fleet Feet Sports Pittsburgh

Join us July 28th at 7:00pm to Learn from Local UCAN Ambassador Anne-Marie Alderson. Anne-Marie is an ITCA Certified Triathlon Coach, Certified Metabolic Efficiency Training Specialist, 4x qualifier for USA Triathlon National Championships, Ironman Triathlon finisher, and 2014 finisher of Race Across America, 4-person relay team (fueled by UCAN!) 

Anne-Marie will be discussing how she came to find & try Generation UCAN, metabolic efficiency, and how UCAN works with a metabolically efficient diet to improve performance and maintain a healthy weight. Anne-Marie will be happy to answer any questions you may have after her presentation. Please RSVP Here, as space is limited to 75!

Good Form Running Clinic

Good Form Running Clinics at Fleet Feet Sports PittsburghJoin us here at the store for Good Form Running with Coach Karen!

The July clinic is now full. Our next clinic will be on Monday, August 11th at 6:30pm. Click here to reserve your spot!

Good for beginner runners and for any runners experiencing chronic injuries, complete with an iPad Recorded Gait Analysis!

New Balance has partnered with Good Form Running to help more people make running a less-painful, more enjoyable part of their lives. By reducing the strain that leads to injury, four steps work together to keep you on the road, helping you to run longer, faster, and more comfortably than ever before.