Ian Dewhurst is a two-time Australian Commonwealth Games Representative (Glasgow 2014, Gold Coast 2018), four-time Australian Open Champion (2014, 2017, 2018, 2019) and Bronze Medalist in the 2013 World University Games (Russia). He holds a scholarship at the West Australian Institute of Sport and is the 11th fastest Australian all-time in the 400m hurdles, with a time of 49.52.

As a Physiotherapist, Ian graduated from UWS (Sydney) with a degree in Exercise Science, he later went on to complete a Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney, before working in a busy private practice south of Sydney.

Dan Williams asked Ian about the three biggest tips he had for individuals who would like to improve their running ability by 10%.

Ian is one of the 11 Subject Matter Expert Coaches at the 2019 Range of Motion Athlete Camp (learn more at https://rangeofmotion.net.au/athletecamp).

The Range of Motion Athlete Camp is a two day Perth event for CrossFitters, designed to help you become a better athlete, whether you’re a complete beginner or an elite competitor.

We’ve sought out the leading coaches in their fields, and brought them together to create a team of 11 subject matter experts, who will guide you through an immersive weekend of athletic development.

You’ll learn and improve your knowledge and ability in programming, powerlifting, performance psychology and mental skills training, kettlebells, gymnastics, Olympic weightlifting, running, swimming, rowing, workout strategy, competition craft, strongman, and mobility and stability.

LEARN MORE AND SECURE YOUR TICKET AT https://rangeofmotion.net.au/athletecamp/

ROMcast provides bite-sized chunks of health, happiness, fitness and performance. Presented by Exercise Physiologist and Scientist, Coach and Director of Range of Motion, Dan Williams.
 
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