Rowan Booth smashes the CSPC #PBCHALLENGE knocking 13 minutes off her previous best!

Both our CSPC #PBCHALLENGE winners completed the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon with Phil just missing out on a Personal Best (PB) performance and Rowan Boothsmashing her PB, knocking 13 minutes off her time to go sub 3.30 for the distance! Rowan impressively recorded a time of 3.24.43 and finished 28th in the ladies race!

After putting in some serious miles and working hard on the exercises and running drills set during her CSPC Full Body MOT with running technique assessment Rowandescribed the service as ‘transforming her running’ and the hard work has certainly paid off. Rowan has improved her running technique, confesses to having glut muscles that now work and has recorded PB’s from 10km all the way up to the marathon!

We definitely think she deserved that medal and pint at the end of her epic effort. Well done Rowan!

Read Rowan’s full CSPC full body running MOT testimonial here.


Congratulations Rowan Booth & Phillip Lang our CSPC #PBCHALLENGE winners!

Phillip and Rowan, both competing in The Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon will book in for a CSPC Runner’s Full Body MOT and receive £100 credit towards treatment as they attempt to record a Personal Best time at the event in October.

At CSPC Physiotherapy we are experienced in treating runners and helping them to reach their full potential. Our CSPC Runner’s Full Body MOT assesses runners from head to toe, addressing any areas of weakness that need strengthening and running technique that can be improved to help aid training consistency, prevent injury and improve race performance. 

Rowan already has an impressive PB of 2.36 but with help from CSPC hopes to run sub 2.30 at the Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon.

“Regardless of the time you run on the day, marathon training is hard work, it’s a lot of hours, weeks, months of effort only too often for the day you spend all this time training for the be adversely affected by an injury you pick up in training. I would really like to get to the start line fit and ready to go without any injury worries and just able to do my best on the day so i can say whatever my time that i have given it my best shot. Hopefully my best shot would get me under 3.30!”

Phillip, relatively new to running since 2012, when he started with a minute on a minute off, has a PB of 4.54 for the marathon and will be competing in his second Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon.

“Last time I got slightly injured while training for York – I don’t want to be held back this year! With the help of CSPC I want to enjoy the event more and get a new PB.”