Training Videos

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Video 1: Just RUN Website Introduction
In this video, I'll give you an introduction to the Just Run website.
Video 2: How to Register a School or Organization
In this video, you'll learn how to register a school or organization for the Just RUN program.
Video 3: Just RUN Across the USA App Overview
In this video, I will give you an overview of the Just RUN Across the USA app.
Video 4: How to add Students
In this video, I will show you how to add students.
Video 5: How to Add Miles, Deeds, and Mile Times
In this video, I will show you how to add miles, deeds, and mile times for an individual student or group of students.
This is an introduction on how to incorporate a variety of JUST RUN drills and relays into your program as an alternative to lap running and to add diversity to your workouts. (2 minutes and 29 seconds)
Work It - A full body warm-up and stretching routine
This video suggests a playful, full-body warm-up and stretching routine to be used at the beginning of your workout sessions. It teaches the importance of preparing the body to run. (3 minutes and 53 seconds) Courtesy New York Road Runners
Form 101: Running Posture
This video focuses on the important element of posture in correct running form, how it relates to efficiency in running and contributes to a positive mental outlook while running. There is an emphasis on running tall, alignment, stability, identifying incorrect movements and habits, and relaxation. Courtesy New York Road Runners
Form 101: Arm Movements
This video explains why arms are critical in correct running form and the impact arm movements have on running efficiency improvement. The emphasis is on arm movement (balance, direction, elbow bend, arm swing, and relaxation).  (4 minutes and 49 seconds) Courtesy New York Road Runners
Form 101: Leg Movements
This video focuses on the elements of leg movement to promote faster and injury free running. Correct running form techniques are included with an emphasis on legs and stride length, foot strike, ground impact, leg bend, push off, and knee lift. ( 7 minutes and 38 seconds) Courtesy New York Road Runners
Animal Run
This is a fun activity that helps your student learn pace and the importance of varying speeds in workouts to build endurance. It also offers additional suggestions on correct running form.  (4 minutes and 4 seconds) Courtesy New York Road Runners
Technique Strides
This video will assist you in observing and evaluating your runners to improve their running form. There are suggestions and guidelines on correct running form. Encourage your students to watch this video independently to improve their personal running forms. (6 minutes and 47 seconds) Courtesy New York Road Runners

NYSS Champion

NYSS Champion badge

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is pleased to recognize Just Run as one of the first organizations to join the National Youth Sports Strategy (NYSS) Champion program. As an NYSS Champion, Just Run has demonstrated their organization’s support of youth sports and commitment to the NYSS vision. Just Run will be recognized along with other NYSS Champions on as part of a growing network of organizations partnering with HHS to improve the youth sports landscape.