If you listen to most physios, having a strong set of butt muscles comes with many positives; perhaps the most important being a lower risk of running injury.
The short video above explains HERE’s #mybeautifulrun project, and what I was participating in as part of HERE’s group of 50 tracked runners, sharing real-time data throughout the marathon.
Each of us tracked runners wore a smartwatch loaded with HERE’s tracking software, which enabled their team to receive our individual data on the run and turn it into a meaningful visualisation.
The evening finished with the Women’s and Men’s 4x400m relays, which provided a fantastic crescendo to the Championships. Before that though, I was lucky to witness Helen Obiri unleash a monstrous kick coming onto the home straight to win gold in the Women’s 5000m, leaving Almaz Ayana in her wake.
Yesterday saw me head back down to London for the third of my four days at this year’s IAAF World Championships. As luck would have it, I managed to avoid the torrential rain of Wednesday evening and arrive on what shaped-up to be a beautiful summer’s evening in London.
Yesterday I brought you my account of the opening day from behind the scenes here at the IAAF World Championships in London. My second day […]
It’s one of the biggest sporting events in the world, and yesterday I was given a rather unique insight into the inner-workings of the IAAF […]