Professionals will gradually and safely prepare you for the highly technical, dangerous sport of running. Photo: Dickson Lee Professionals will gradually and safely prepare you for the highly technical, dangerous sport of running. Photo: Dickson Lee
Professionals will gradually and safely prepare you for the highly technical, dangerous sport of running. Photo: Dickson Lee
Pavel Toropov
Opinion

Opinion

Pavel Toropov

Want to be a runner? It’s all about body composition and gait analysis

  • Before you hit the track, trail or road, make sure you get your body weight measured, joints aligned and symmetry corrected
  • Simply buying some shoes and going running is no longer sufficient

Professionals will gradually and safely prepare you for the highly technical, dangerous sport of running. Photo: Dickson Lee Professionals will gradually and safely prepare you for the highly technical, dangerous sport of running. Photo: Dickson Lee
Professionals will gradually and safely prepare you for the highly technical, dangerous sport of running. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Pavel Toropov

Pavel Toropov

Involved in competitive sport since the age of four, after completing a PhD in Ecology, Pavel worked in Colombia, Brazil, the UAE, South Korea and China. His love of outdoors sees him setting courses for ultra-marathons in Bhutan, powder skiing in Japan and guiding tourists to both the North and South Poles. He also crossed South America by bicycle, pedalling over 12,000 kilometres, alone. A former competitive distance runner, Pavel speaks English, Chinese, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese and French and supports AFC Wimbledon, his local football club.