I often refer to 3:3 breathing patterns for running, but you’ll also hear me talking to runners about 4:4, 3:2 and 2:2. These ratios are simply an expression of the number of strides spent inhaling versus the number of strides exhaling.
Running is one of the most time-effective ways of exercising and a great way to get more bang for your buck in fitness terms. When considering how to start running from a beginners running technique perspective, finding a place to start can be very daunting. Here are some running tips for beginners!
These lads are both crazy about a bunch of different sports including football and rugby, and we spent twenty minutes in the park working on some simple drills which will help them improve their straight line speed across all sports.
In this video, I want to look at what makes Olympic medalist, four-time Olympian, American record holder, and world-class marathoner Shalane Flanagan such an efficient runner… and give some cues for how you can work on your own running technique to develop a more effective, efficient stride.
Mirinda Carfrae Running Technique Today I want to take a look at some great footage that coach Mat Steinmetz has provided, featuring pro triathlete Mirinda […]
I hope you’ve been enjoying the first two parts of our series on understanding and treating runner’s knee. In this section of our series, I’ll […]