While it’s true that some of us out there may pronate more than others, it isn’t exactly what we’d call an epidemic problem in America. We’ll estimate that less than 30% of runners truly over-pronate (excess motion in the foot) their feet while running. To find the real answer, we need to move up eyes up and look at the hips.
About 80-90% of runners don’t extend their hips.READ MORE
How to Prevent Running Injuries
Move Those Hips!Run healthier by building range of motion. READ MORE
Dynamic Warmup for Runners
This routine is designed to warm up the specific muscles used for running
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Get Fit With a Pole!
Club Session 12 x hills
Was quite shocked to see I was hitting over 14 MPH on some of the hill efforts while trying to keep up with fast improving Steve lewis.
ran down and back, felt pretty dam good = 1 hour 50 mins
Marius Bakken alternating marathon-10K pace session.
12 mins 6.14 pace, 3 mins 5.53 pace, 6 mins 6.14 pace, 3 mins [L2] 6.45 pace, 9 mins 6.14 pace, 3 mins 5.53 pace, 1 min 5.35 pace, 1 min 5.30 pace, with 2 mins rec between each effort, plus SS strides. felt strong and in control, held a bit back keeping to the middle of each training level.
Total time 1 hour
Big sandhills with Tess.
Enjoyed the run in warm conditions = 1.25
Helped with Sarah's Beginners runners group at Dunes.
Run with Rob and Tess sandhill 5 course.
total time = 52 mins