75% Of Runners Get Injuries Every Year, And According To Harvard... Most Are Completely Avoidable

The Run True System Exposes The 3 Common Running Myths That Are Keeping You Stuck In The Vicious Cycle of Repetitive Injuries

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Dear Running Enthusiast,

If you’re reading this, you’re probably familiar with the feeling of lacing up your shoes in the crisp morning air as you prepare for a run.

The sensation of being all alone on the road or along the track, enveloped in a cocoon of solitude, like you’re the only person in the world.

That heart-pounding, exhilarating rush at the end of the run as your body rewards you for your effort with a flood of endorphins—a high that only a runner knows.

But if you’re like most, you’ve also felt the flip side: the dreaded twinge in the knee, the sharp pain in the shin, the ache that lingers long after the run is over.

It’s a mixed bag of emotions: pride from the achievement and frustration from yet another niggle or ache.

You’re not alone in this tug of war of feelings.

It’s a shared sentiment, the silent nod between runners who’ve accepted these ‘niggles’ as par for the course—a badge of honor, even. 

Yet, every time you feel that pain, there’s a whisper of worry. What if today’s minor discomfort evolves into tomorrow’s injury?

But what if I told you there’s a deeper issue at play here? 

That it isn’t merely about being strong-willed or resilient but about a fundamental misconception. 

Harvard’s numbers are a wake-up call: 75% of runners face recurring injuries year after year. 

The real gut-punch? 

Most of these are entirely avoidable. 

But accepting these pains and sidelining your worries isn’t just misguided—it’s a dangerous game. 

It’s not about questioning your dedication or love for the sport. 

It’s about redefining how we approach it. 

The path to a pain-free run isn’t paved with grit alone but with knowledge—and it’s high time to debunk some myths that have held us captive in this cycle of repetitive injury and pain.

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Meet Your Coach

Nigel Crompton

UKA Athletics Certified Running Coach
National Academy of Sports Medicine Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist
Author – My Border Collie Doesn’t Stretch

My name is Nigel Crompton, the chief coach and founder of the Run True system. 

Like many of you, I’ve experienced the frustration of being an injured runner. I had it all: plantar fasciitis, runner’s knee, iliotibial band syndrome, ankle sprains, and hamstring issues. 

I’ve spent many years and thousands of dollars researching different methods and systems, doing certifications and courses and working with runners at a competitive level to test out different ideas and theories. 

And over those years, I’ve developed a high level of expertise in human gait biomechanics, Corrective Exercise, and Anatomy in Motion.

This led me to eventually develop a unique strength and mobility training system specifically designed for runners like you.

I’ve been teaching this system to runner’s all over the world for 2 years with phenomenal results. 

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