Technique: Head Position When 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… Read more
Training: Remedy for Fatigue When Running
“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… Read more
Running Technique Analysis: Eliud Kipchoge
The idea of breaking the 2 hour record in a marathon is incredibly attractive. It actually does not matter what event we are talking about, as long as there is a potential for peak performance, potential to exceed what we thought was humanly possible – we all get emotionally invested. And due to popularity of… Read more
Training: Jumping Rope – Best Exercise for Your Feet and Body
Jumping rope is one of those classic, timeless exercises that crossed all borders and is favored by professional athletes as much as by kids. It is easily accessible and doable. Any rope would do, no special shoes necessary, barefoot is even better. Anyone can do it. Of course, if we want to be detailed we… Read more
Breaking 2: Why It Didn’t Happen and The Work Ahead
Nike just made good on their promise to attempt at sub 2hr marathon. Results are in. Here’s why it didn’t happen and what can be done to change that.
To drill or not to drill?
An interesting question, isn’t it? On the one hand, as we all know, everyone who learns something is doing it through drills – in swimming, tennis, golf, etc. On the other hand, it is boring stuff, especially in running, where our common sense doesn’t even speak of drilling at all. In running we just run,… Read more
There are many poses. Any and all human movement consists of a myriad of poses. However, some are at the center of the movement and others are just happening in between.