Live Skills Session 2 - balance Balance is a vital skill for efficient, safe and fast running. In this live skills session I explain why this is the case and why it is important to view balance as a fully integrated system between visual, vestibular (inner ear) and...
Live Skills Session 1 Start building a solid foundation to run from by learning how to get more range of motion, solid ground feel and better balance in stance. Here is my FaceBook Live video that you can also find at: You may want to start a minute or so in as I had...
Warm Up Low feet skipping Arms across body Arms over and forward Arms over and backward Arms across body Run on spot & go! Run on spot for 5 seconds Count down 3,2,1 go! Run for 5m to 10m (as space allows) Turn around and repeat Turn around and repeat Backwards...
Marathon transition phase As you emerge from the base phase of your marathon training (see my previous post here), you’ll be feeling fitter and stronger. You’ve perhaps got eight or ten weeks until the big day, so it’s time to build on that aerobic...
Why all the glutes stuff? Glutes, glutes, glutes! You hear, read and see this everywhere! There’s even a specialist called “The Glute Guy” aka Bret Contreras that you may have come across – he did his Phd is glutes! But why do glutes play such...
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