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Specialist store devoted to finding the perfect fit for your running journey

There's a training store in Cape Town helping fitness enthusiasts with their pledge to improve or change their lifestyle.

Local runner Ralph Otto has applauded the RUN Specialist Store for the role they've played in turning people's goals into reality.

RUN Specialist Store assess a person's running techniques in order to find the perfect trainers to match.

Owner of RUN Specialist Store Grant Bryant comes from a sports science background and has a passion for running.

He says the store is open to all runners and fitness enthusiasts of all levels.

We all are runners of different levels of skill. The store was born out an utter passion for the sport.

Grant Bryant, Owner of RUN Specialist Store

We are an all-encompassing store. If its your first 5km (run), if you're just starting out or if your'e someone who does regular mileage and struggles for niggles, we are here to help.

Grant Bryant, Owner of RUN Specialist Store

Take a listen to a detailed explanation of the work they do:

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