user error

‘A user error is an error made by the human user of a complex system.’



The life-span and productivity of a precision-engineered tool like the human body is directly related to the skill level of the operator and their knowledge of it’s ‘modus operandi’ and maintenance needs. Certain engineering principles are universal and timeless but it is important to read the ‘small print’ regarding each manufacturers definition of a ‘lifetime guarantee’ and ‘normal wear and tear’ as these definitions vary greatly between countries, cultures and institutions.


The Bulletproof Runner workshop has been designed as an applied, ‘hands on’ education in the skillful operation of the running anatomy by improving technique (biomechanics) and enhancing biological adaptation and recovery (bioenergetics).

Click HERE to find a local Bulletproof Runner workshop (more regions coming soon)