Good Form Running (GFR) is a simple to understand technique for running healthier, easier and faster. Instead of a complex biomechanical analysis, GFR focuses on four simple, essential steps focused on running light and running easy.
With simplicity as a primary focus, GFR has positively impacted thousands of runners since 2006.
Our next session will be on Saturday, January 20 at 12 pm.
Alex started running competitively in 8th grade, going on to serve as Team Captain for both Cross Country and Track & Field at Kearsley High School in Flint, MI. Although he didn’t run competitively for Michigan State University, he ran recreationally throughout his four years of college and completed his first marathon his senior year. After college, Alex focused in on the 26.2 distance and has run 9 marathons including Boston and holds a PR of 2:52. Most recently, Alex completed an Ironman in Louisville, Kentucky with a time of 11:50:57.