Frame running study calling for new participants

Get active this winter and try some Frame Running fun!

A research study is currently underway by the University of SA and needs a few extra eager participants who are new to the sport. The study is investigating the benefits of frame running on children and adolescents with Cerebral Palsy.

What is frame running?

Frame running (also known as RaceRunning) allows people who are not able to run – and have limited, or no, ability to walk without support – to move themselves using their legs, using a three-wheeled frame.

Join the program today

If you would be interested in joining the 12-week program, including 1-2 sessions per week, check out all the details. Frame runners are supplied if you don’t already have one, so this is a great opportunity to try something new.

PAL is proud to support this research study and see more budding frame running enthusiasts in action.

For further information, contact Lauren McDougall at