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Damn, these are good! Love the variety you have in this set.
#1 Love the composition and the timing (foot just about to land). Great camera angle and use of a leading line.
#2 Again the composition is well chosen. Nice capture of the muscle stretch.
#3 Motion blur, great camera perspective.
#4 Another typical fitness scene.
#5 After the run. Sweat dripping on the chin. Wow.
#6 Perfect pose. Look how boldly she is shown against the background. Another Wow.
#7 I don't like the arm positions in this one. I'd probably love it if it was alone, but with all these other good ones .....
#8 Again really nice. When I study this for a while I get a bit of a posed feeling. Such a minor nit, though.
#9, #10 & #11. Great shots.
Can this man take a bad shot?
Give your model my compliments for a great job too.
Robert mentioned the tilt of the horizons. I found the model was so much the star of each frame - standing out so strongly against each carefully chosen background - that the backgrounds became secondary and whether they had a tilt or not didn't register with me at all.
In my opinion, the model needs to be the star, the one place I am immediately attracted too. The backgrounds are something that are "just there" - not interfering or distracting. Adding to the shot, but not taking away. I think you did that in each shot.
It will be hard to improve on these.