Run Melbourne x Sole Motive Workshops
Sole Motive are proud to present three FREE inspirational and educational sessions throughout May, June & July. They will leave you inspired, educated and motivated to run to be your very best on Sunday 30 July.
Join experienced Running Coach, Tim Crosbie, Dietitian & Personal Trainer Amy Giannotti and a special surprise guest for specialised education sessions on mastering your training, pre-race nutrition & diet advice, as well as inspiration & motivation.
*Please be advised Workshop 1 is now BOOKED OUT.
Please register below.
Workshop location: Sole Motive, 170 Queen St
Time: 5.45pm for a 6pm start (1 hour duration)
Please note: Places are strictly limited. Please only book if you are 100% committed to attending. All attendees receive an exclusive Sole Motive discount.
About the Presenters
Presenter - Workshop 1Tim Crosbie has been coaching runners for more than 20 years, ranging from beginner level through to elite Australian representatives.
Head Coach of the Crosbie Crew, Tim has been involved with Run Melbourne for more than 10 years in a coaching capacity and also oversees the Melbourne Marathon training series.
Working for Athletics Victoria as the Recreational Running Coordinator, Tim is actively involved with running groups and events across the state and is also Athletics Australia’s chief facilitator and curriculum designer for Recreational Running Coach education around Australia.
Presenter - Workshop 2
Amy Giannotti is a Dietitian, Sports Dietitian, Personal trainer, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Running coach, Athlete, Author of her own E Book’s and Dietitian and Director of nutrition at Wholesome Plates, Melbourne’s newest goal specific meal delivery service!
Eating Fit is her business brand where she consults from her private practice in South Yarra and also online/phone to a variety of clients with different goals, ages and from various parts of the world! Her specialties include weight management, hypertrophy (muscle gain), eating disorders, allergies and intolerances, vegan/vegetarian eating, pregnancy and sports performance. Many of her clients and athletes travel for work/competition so she ensures she can support them anywhere.
Amy’s huge success with athletes and performance and weight management also greatly originates from her own experience as an athlete. Always active in a variety of sports, she has competed at high levels in running and triathlon also making the Australian team for Sprint and Olympic distance triathlon and also the Standard Duathlon for her age group.
Presenter - Workshop 3
Samantha Gash started running in 2008 as a break from study while completing her law degree at Monash University. After following a 16-week training program, she completed a marathon later that year – side by side with a friend.
Little did she know that the experience would spur her to enter and complete the ‘4 Deserts Grand Slam’ – becoming the first Australian woman and the youngest person ever to complete the Grand Slam, one of the toughest endurance events on the planet.Having been bitten by the running bug, Samantha went onto run 222km non-stop run across the Himalayas in 2010, and then 379kms non-stop across Australia’s Simpson Desert in 2011, raising over $32,991 for Save the Children Australia.
Samantha’s latest adventure as a World Vision ambassador saw Samantha “Run India”, running 3253km over 77 days across India, raising over $150,000 for six education focused programs in India.