While different distances do require different training plans, the running technique used, however, remains the same. Here’s why.
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How can you make your recovery faster and more effective? You need to learn a very simple procedure which I developed over the years and call ‘strength recovery’.
For all their variety, an overwhelming majority of WODs have one constant – running. That’s a lot of running in a community that says it hates running!
The head position is a crucial point in making the muscular system of the whole body engaged in a specific way. It could be more efficient or less efficient and balanced depending on the head position orientation. As a consequence, the movement of the body could be more efficient and better balanced or not. Head […]
“What do I do when I get tired when running?” This question came up and it reflected a very interesting mind-set regarding performance from coaches and athletes. Indeed, what can we do when fatigue emerges when we run? Do we have some options in how to deal with fatigue? Obviously not many options exist, nevertheless […]
Ice is a demanding surface and most people feel and move awkward on it. Even athletes that seem to be adept at the most complicated of moves often find themselves struggling to stay on their feet to say nothing of walking or even running on ice. Ability to run on ice (or any slippery surface) […]
Proper training regimen and planning will prepare you for the race and save you from overtraining and injuries.
Training programs are specific structures of volume, intensity & exercise. Here are 5 golden rules of a good training program.
In general, people have the impression that flexibility = stretching. That flexibility is just as simple as stretching your muscles in order to lengthen them to get a bigger range of motion. People misconceive that after stretching, we can relax our muscles, and by doing this, prevent our injuries. This is what we have been […]
I hear discussions of muscles and fibers and I wonder if people participating in the discussion are talking about doing something or is it a theoretical discussion of anatomy. If you’re studying anatomy or have scientific interest in the topic of muscles, tissues and fibers then it makes sense, but if you’re an athlete of […]
Overstriding is a very simple thing, but it is still veiled in the cloud of confusion for one simple reason – it is impossible to identify and/or define something when you operate without a clear standard. When you are told that you’re overdoing something (and that’s what overstriding essentially means) the question arises: how did you come to […]
Every single person who runs goes through the Running Pose, but not everybody is Pose Running. Click here to find out why.
How high should you pull your foot up when running and with how much effort? To know the answer to this question, one has to understand the purpose of the action of pulling your foot up when running. This is where the importance of understanding the ‘why’ is highlighted again. Reading the theory and understanding […]
Usain Bolt could run 100m in 9.11 seconds. Given his constitution, genetics and his running technique he has what it takes and then some.
Whatever your current running speed is, you can run faster immediately by simply changing just one thing. Nothing else will give you the same result.
The most classical and usually the first of signs of overtraining. Unfortunately, this #1 sign is commonly overlooked.
In Pose Method we use specific running technique drills to get the body into the right biomechanical structure of movement.
We use the word ‘standard’ on daily basis, we’re all very familiar with its meaning. Here’s a quick sample of the meaning given in a dictionary just so we’re on the same page: standard |ˈstandərd| noun 1 a level of quality or attainment 2 an idea or thing used as a measure, norm, or model […]
All human movement is gravity-dependent. Whether you’re running, swimming, walking to your car or reaching for milk in your refrigerator – you’re moving under the influence of gravity.
When running, proper body alignment becomes even more important. Considering the level of impact associated with running we must be even more diligent.
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A world-renowned sports scientist, Olympic coach and bestselling author Dr. Nicholas Romanov is the developer of the Pose Method®.
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