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team support

Has your organisation entered a team in a running race or corporate triathlon?

Whether it’s the London Marathon, a different big city marathon or mass participation race like the Great North Run, Manchester 10k or an event like the Race for Life 5k series we can help your employees achieve their goals on the day.

Would your organisation like to be a ‘best place to work’?

Encourage physical activity in the workplace and get one of the World’s top marathon runners to come into your company to inspire, get people started, keep them going and introduce running as a top health-enhancing activity.

Contact us for more information.

Get them the support they need and deserve to make it to the finish line!

  • Development of community and team cohesion
  • Onsite / offsite coaching seminars
  • Online and offline support options
  • Practical running workouts that cater for all abilities
  • Comprehensive group training schedules leading up to an event
  • Personalised support in your teams build up
  • Attendance on the day of the event to cheer and encourage everyone!

Our clients include Virgin Money, HSBC, Bank of America, Tensator, GlaxoSmithKline, Barclays Bank, Castlepoint Shopping Centre.

Mike Jubb (HSBC Bank)

“A presentation from a ‘real’ athlete like Liz gives the messages meaning – combined with her approachability during the running sessions, it provided inspiration to many of the attendees. It’s like getting a driving lesson from Schumacher or a football lesson from Beckham, the ‘celebrity’ element of an international athlete adds a lot of value. Liz makes the ‘impossible’ sound ‘achievable”.

HSBC Employee (Dorett, Canary Wharf)

“I went out running last year with the running team from the gym. I felt I could do with a bit more scenery rather than just running on the treadmill. However, I believe I bit off more than I could chew and ended up being so exhausted I could hardly function for the next few days. I never thought I would dare to try running again. However, I was so inspired when Liz Yelling visited HSBC recently I participated in one of her sessions. The session was so structured I quite enjoyed myself. I have now committed to running at least once a week”