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Inspiring people to improve their fitness, health and wellbeing through running.
At Run4It we see running as a force for good, an accessible sport capable of inspiring people from all walks of life to feel and be their best and achieve great things.
Our teams, both in the shops and online, aim to help runners of all levels and interests improve their running experience, through providing the best possible range of products, coupled with great customer service.
Run4It Maybury is no exception and since opening in 2016, has helped hundreds of runners to find their running shoes, while building connections with the local running and fitness community.
When it comes to gear, we’ve got you covered! We stock an extensive range of road and trail running shoes from leading and emerging brands including adidas, Altra, ASICS, Brooks, HOKA, Inov8, New Balance, Nike, Salomon & Saucony. To accompany our footwear range, we have a great range of running clothing that ticks all the boxes for comfort, performance and style, together with a wide variety of running accessories including GPS watches, headphones, nutrition, socks, hats, gloves, and more. Brands including Ronhill, Nike & 2XU make up our clothing range, whilst others including AfterShokz, Goodr, Garmin, Hilly, Feetures, Petzl, Ronhill and Torq make up our accessories range.
We offer a free video analysis and shoe fitting service called +runlab in-store and can guide you on which running shoes are best suited to your needs and goals. To save you waiting, we recommend booking an appointment for our +runlab service online at run4it.com/book.
James, our Shop Manager, and his team are a knowledgeable bunch on hand to help you reach any running goal. The team has a wealth of experience and interests ranging from road and trail running to climbing and mountaineering.
Run4It Run Club Maybury
Keep track of upcoming Run Club events on our Facebook page: facebook.com/Run4ItMaybury and Run4It Run Club Edinburgh Facebook group. All Run Club participants must be over the age of 18 and must complete the Run Club Registration Agreement before attending Run Club Events. Please click here to complete the form.
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Customer satisfaction is extremely important to us and we'd love your feedback on our products and service, to hear what's working and how we can do better.
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James started working at Run4It as a Sales Assistant in 2017 in Edinburgh Lothian Road, before moving over to Maybury. He started his running journey as a way to keep fit for other sports, but it quickly became his passion and he has raced over every type of terrain and distance (save for Ultras!) in his 15 years of running. He has a BSc in Applied Sport Science and an MSc in Sport Performance Enhancement, in which he specifically looked at running shoe characteristics and their effect on running performance and injury risk. Outside the shop, you will probably find James up a hill somewhere in Scotland as he aims to do more hill races in the coming years.
Angus joined the Maybury team in June 2023 after being with the Inverness team since April 2022. He has competed in track and cross country for many years while also having dabbled in road and hill racing. No matter the weather you can find him soaking up the environment of a race or solo run.
Gilles started running in February 2014 after a health scare, in order to improve fitness. He has run many races from 5k up to marathon distance but gets most enjoyment doing Parkruns with his 2 sons. Gilles joined Run4It in April 2019 and his other hobbies include golf, going to the gym, listening to music and attending concerts.
Sheryl started running about 9 years ago and discovered a love for trail running after taking part in a number of road-based events. Her favourite running challenges have been out on Scotland's beautiful trails and she has completed several ultras. She likes to describe them as "moving picnics"!
James started running to supplement his training with football but soon realised his passion lay with running. Since then he has run multiple races across various distances but found his strong point to be a marathon, running the Edinburgh marathon twice and competing in the Boston marathon in 2023. Alongside running, James is currently at university and enjoys the gym and the occasional game of chess!
For Daniel, growing up in the Trossachs National Park, a gnarly trail was never far away. As he got older he found that he could combine his love of running with exploration, and gradually ticked off the Munros around his home. After a foray into triathlon, during which he competed for Scotland and Great Britain, he decided to focus solely on running. Daniel is currently looking to lengthen his running capacity, and will soon be competing in his first marathon distance at the Edinburgh Marathon Festival. Alongside running, Daniel is currently studying a postgrad at Edinburgh uni.
After a gap of about 20 years Ken restarted running in his mid 40s. From barely 1-2km a run he has now managed to complete two marathons and six half marathons through to his late 50s. The highlights of these were the 2022 Great North Run and 2021 London Marathon - where the crowd support was truly amazing. Ken has found a real joy from distance running and he is evangelical about the physical and mental benefits found from these activities. Running became an important part of his coping mechanism, especially during lockdown, and he can really recommend taking up running challenges in order to improve overall health and wellbeing.
Lottie joined the team in April 2023 after finding a passion for running alongside playing performance rugby at Edinburgh University, where she is in her fourth year of a degree in Politics. Having dabbled in many sports in the past, including hockey, mountain biking and netball, she has a love for the great outdoors and constantly challenging herself to push her capabilities. Lottie successfully completed her first marathon at the Edinburgh Marathon Festival in May 2023 and is looking forward to experiencing more running events in the future!
The run club meets at the Run4It Maybury shop every Wednesday at 6pm and offers varied training sessions such as steady runs, interval sessions or hill repeats. It’s free and all runners (18 or over) are welcome. For more information on joining ask in-store, visit facebook.com/groups/309351969221341 or call us on 0131 339 9898.
If you love to run... on the road, under the sun, cross country, in the snow, on the trails, in the rain, in the hills, in a team, as far as you can... Carnegie Harriers is the club for you! Whatever the distance or the discipline, there’s a good chance that a Harrier has been there, done it, and got the t-shirt (or race memento) to prove it.
Pitreavie Amateur Athletic Club is based at the Pitreavie Centre in Dunfermline, Fife and offers coaching and opportunities for athletes as young as 8 up to senior level in all athletic disciplines, including Track & Field, Cross Country, Road Running and Hill Running. The club benefits from excellent facilities at the Pitreavie Indoor Centre run by Fife Council.
Wellbeing through athletics, for everyone' is the motto of Linlithgow Athletics. Affiliated with Scottish Athletics, they offer a friendly, inclusive environment, encouraging each other to be the best that they can be through a shared enthusiasm for athletics.
We've been a retail sponsor for the Carnethy 5 Hill Race and the Pentland Skyline Hill race for a number of years now. This is a legendary hill running club with a great reputation. If hills are your thing, this is the club for you.
We have supported the Musselburgh 10K race for quite a few years now and have watched a popular race go from strength to strength. The club welcomes runners of all abilities from Musselburgh, East Lothian and Edinburgh.
There are several jogscotland groups who stop by the shop - Herriot Watt, Cramond, North Merchiston and Westwoods all immediately spring to mind. Visit the jogscotland website to search for your nearest group and beome a member.
Organised by Carnegie Harriers Running Club, the Carnegie Harriers Devilla Forest 15K and 5K take place in February in Devilla Forest, starting and finishing within the grounds of the Scottish Police College at Tulliallan, Kincardine. The races are run under UK Athletics Rules and Scottish Athletics Licence.
Organised by Pitreavie AAC in August, the Forth Road Bridge 10K race features the iconic bridge which spans the Firth of Forth, connecting Edinburgh to Fife. The course follows an undulating route through North Queensferry and down to Jamestown, before heading out and back over the Bridge.
Organised by Linlithgow Athletic Club, the WJM Linlithgow 10K & Junior Fun Run takes places in October in West Lothian's historic town Linlithgow. The scenic route features both the town and the countryside, before going into Linlithgow lochside path finally ending in the Linlithgow Palace Peel.
Oriam strive to make a positive impact on the local community by encouraging people to improve their fitness, take part in sport or simply enjoy an active lifestyle. From beginner to expert, their cutting edge, first-class services and facilities will help you achieve your personal best and maximise your potential.
The Physiotherapy Clinics are a group of six physiotherapy clinics spread throughout Edinburgh, Lothian and the Scottish Borders specialising in work and sports injuries.
No matter what your fitness level, age or gym experience is Xcite is the ideal place for you to start or develop your workouts! The expert Xcite Team are always on hand to put you at ease, advise, motivate and support you.
We are often told that the difference between us and other shops is our people. We think they are just the best. Each team member goes through a period of induction, training and assessment no matter what the job is. Over the years we have invested a load not just in the training but also in ensuring that we are giving the team the very best possible terms and conditions we can – it’s even written down in our business values.