1. Everlast Running Evolved


    from Guilherme Guimaraes Added 283 5 0

    I directed this film for Everlast Brazil, starring the professional runner Leopoldo Longo. This is part of Evolved, Everlast's new worldwide campaign. Filme que dirigi para a Everlast Brasil estrelando o corredor profissional Leopoldo Longo. Parte da nova campanha mundial da Everlast chamada Evolved. --- Credits Directed by Guilherme Guimarães Direction of Photography/Montage: Guilherme Guimarães Assistant director: WT Pingo Soundtrack by Slomo - Modern Dealer Colorist: Alex Yoshinaga Motion Graphics: Mog Design and Alexandre Canario Cathering by: Simone Elwing

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    • NIKE Mo Farah & Galen Rupp Tips EP.3


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      Client: Nike Agency: Ogilvy & Mather Brand Director: Zoe Chuang Account Manager: Yu An Chen Account Executive: Joseph Lee Production: ouchelun films Producer: Anas Chao Director: Chelun Ou Cinematographer: Kedy Yu B Cam: Chelun Ou Production Sound: Yu-Chi Lee Editor: Ching Ying Liu Colorist: Yu Wen Dong Music Composer / Sound Mixing: Ling Hsuan Sophie Lu

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      • Kinetic (Bantam Films 2009)


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        Director Daren Bartlett Producer Abigail Clarke Film maker Daren Bartlett was commissioned by NIKE to make a short film to show in the 1948 Run Dem Crew space in Bateman’s Row to celebrate the refurbishment of the space where Charlie Dark and his team meet up to run London’s streets. Originally from the East End and having spent most of his life there, Daren was inspired by the elements of the past that still remain in London’s East End and chose to use images of these cobbled streets and Victorian alleyways in this piece. The film was also a look to the future and the 2012 Games…and how The Games may have affected the area. Kinetic is a Bantam Films production featuring an original score by David Kennedy (aka Ramadanman). www.o-zelador.com www.bantamfilms.com

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        • Sport-Achat Eté


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          Sport-Achat Eté - Édition : Le salon des professionels du sport à Lyon Eurexpo. Organisé par Sportair. Shooting & Editing : VERTPixel & Creative DOING © Sportair.fr

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          • Girl Gotta Run


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            www.GoFabGetFit.com Hey Guys, My journey with running began ever since a Physical Education class in Russia when during one of the timed runs, out of nowhere, I outran our top guy athlete in the class. Never being into sports, I remember being surprised, and the guy irritated lol (that was still that time when boys and girls had their innocent revelries). That’s when, for the first time, I experienced the runners’ adrenaline, which later became my passion. Ever since the unforgettable experience of my first half marathon last October (NIKE Women’s!!), 13.1 has been my favorite number. However, after running my most recent half, and winning it, I haven’t been able to run for over 2 weeks. As I did what I knew better not to, I stressed my knee and added extra tension around it. Taking time off due to an injury is a deeply frustrating and tough thing to do; however, there are simple ways to avoid it. Here are the tricks, which if followed, will help you make your training smooth, and injury free: 1. The Right Shoes For You: I cannot stress enough how important it is to wear the right shoe for your foot. You cannot just buy the same shoe as your girlfriend just because they look cute and get out blazing through the hills. That’s just screaming out for a sore knee. You should be getting the shoe depending on your foot type, not the style or the brand name. And believe me, I am a strong activist for cute running shoes, but the reality is, cute unfortunately comes last when you are picking out the right running shoe. Whether you overpronate, natural, or underpronate, a running specialist at the nearest running store can help you pick out the shoe for you. 2. Stretching As a runner, it is natural to have tighter leg muscles, and over-stretching can in fact be even detrimental for you. However, moderate stretching will go a long way in injury prevention. Doing your stretches a mile into your workout and after will make a big difference on your performance and comfort. 3. Foam Rolling Foam rolling is a have-to for any athlete. Having similar effects as a deep tissue massage, foam rolling increases flexibility and relieves unwanted muscles tension, thus increasing performance. Make it part of your routine whether you are a major runner, or just a workout junkie. Here are the foam rollers (the denser it is, the deeper it gets in those tight muslces): Foam Roller 6" x 36" J Fit 36-Inch High-Density Foam Roller (I use this one) TriggerPoint The Grid Foam Roller Also, I love The Stick , as you can take it anywhere with you! 4. Rest Rest is as important as your workouts. Resting your muscles allow them to recover, rebuild, and gain the needed strength. Make sure to take a day off after your long runs if you are training for a half/full marathon. And the time off after a major race will depend on how you are feeling after. After half marathons I usually take 3 days-1 week off running. (Which I didn’t do last time, and that’s why I am injured!) 5. Listen To Your Body This is last, but not least on this quick list. Taking care of yourself, and listening to your own body is crucial, and is a major component of a successful training. It is ok to keep pushing through if you experience muscle soreness, but if you are hearing your knee/hip/etc slowly starting to talk to you, or even yell at you (ouch!), listen to it and take the time to recover it. Hope this short list helps. Let me know if you have any questions. Here is the video of my first run after injury. It was glorious! Love, Lana

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            • Nike Women's 15K Promo Video


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              Early morning runs. Late night workouts. Unbreakable commitment. This is what got you here. ‪#‎betterforit‬ We recently had the chance to film this short promo video to be used leading up to the Nike Women's 15K race in Toronto, Ontario. The video tells the story of three friends waking up and running through the city to meet at the ferry leading to Toronto Islands where the Nike Women's 15K race is held. This is part one of a two part series which reveals the 15K course to the runners. To see the second video in this series, please click below: https://vimeo.com/130094912 Filming took place over four days in Toronto. Client: Nike Agency: On Board Experiential Marketing Directed by: Brent Foster & Preston Kanak Cinematography: Brent Foster, Preston Kanak & Nick Brokalakis Aerials: UP Aerials | Aerial Pilot: Mark Poissant Editor: Brent Foster Producer: Tammy Foster Production Company: Foster Visuals Graphics: Reactiv Post

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              • PRESENTACION OFICIAL 21K de BS AS


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                Video con la presentación en la Estacion AXION Energy en Palermo, de la 1/2 Maraton de Bs As que se desarrollara el 6 de septiembre.

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                • HMC Chariots of Fire Fundraiser


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                  Watch members of HMC taking part in a charity fundraising remake of 'Chariots of Fire' on West Sands Beach, St Andrews. They braved some extreme weather and amazingly raised in excess of £30,000 for Unicef.

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